They can withstand extremely high temperatures, up to 1100°C.
A fabric expansion joint is made of one or more layers of different nature, each of which performs a specific task.
Some materials are designed to withstand temperature, others are designed to resist corrosion caused by the process fluid, and others retain pressure.
Overlaying and combining of different layers obtains a stratification that has properties suitable for specific project conditions.
It is therefore an extremely versatile component.