News & Events
04/06/2018Did you know GRC has an effective Best Piping & Optimization plan (BPPO)? This offers design and manufacturing capabilities to our customers by providing performance materials. Contact us for more information.
03/30/2018Did you know GRC has an effective Plant Reliability and Efficiency Program (PREP)? This MRO focused program incorporates Plant Surveys Performed with Traditional and Advanced Inspection Methods. Contact us for more information.
GRC will measure the offset in the field, build a custom expansion joint and tag it accordingly. This 30 inch diameter is tagged front flange, back flange, maximum offset and four clock locations for ease of installation. Contact us for more information.
03/6/2018General Rubber Corporation attended the Hydraulic Institute meeting in Phoenix, AZ this past week, and are proud to be contributing to their important standards and knowledge base. We also exhibited our products and services at Thursday’s tabletop exhibition where we answered questions relating to how our performance rubber expansion joints can play an important role in pump piping systems, including minimizing nozzle loads and pipe stresses.If you weren’t able to join us there, you can access our products and services here and we are always available to assist you.
General Rubber Corporation recently attended the CTI 2018 Winter Meeting in Houston, TX this week. Cooling Technology Institute (CTI) is the world’s largest organization dedicated to promoting the use of all environmentally responsible cooling technologies. GRC discussed performance rubber expansion joints and innovative solutions. If you missed us there, please contact us directly for more information.
01/31/2018 If you missed our 2-part webinar featuring Rubber Expansion Joints: Basic Applications to Advanced Solutions, we have placed a re-recording of it on YouTube. Presented by General Rubber’s President, Lloyd Aanonsen, P.E. and hosted by the Hydraulic Institute, it is the first comprehensive webinar on the subject. The first part focuses on piping system design and optimization, including identifying sources of nozzle loads and pipe stresses. The second part focuses on system reliability and efficacy, with an importance placed on traditional and advanced inspection methods.Part 1 - Rubber Expansion Joints: Basic Applications to Advanced SolutionsPart 2 - Rubber Expansion Joints: Basic Applications to Advanced Solutions