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Bulk Liquid Transfer


Swivel Joints

Heavy duty swivel joints for Vertical and Horizontal Movement

The IFC heavy-duty swivel joints enable the vertical and horizontal movement of pipework, often through 360 degrees, without compromising the strength and rigidity of the overall pipeline.

Swivel Joints
Features and benefits

This freedom of movement is ideal for situations where the use of hoses to transfer oil, as well as other petro or chemical liquids is not suitable. These joints are widely used in applications where hazardous products are being handled and are therefore used extensively in our range of Petroleum Loading Arms. Applications include loading and unloading of road and rail tankers, ship to shore transfer of crude oil, to siphon the top of any liquids stored in storage tanks using a floating swivel arm, liquid removal in mining areas, as well as moving liquids from the factory to trucks where fixed piping is unsuitable.

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Swivel Joints

Swivel Joints
The details

Below you will find all the key details for our Swivel Joints. If you would like to discuss this in more detail, then please just get in touch.  Because, we are always happy to help and answer any queries you may have.


Easy swivel movement is possible, because of the use of stainless steel ball bearings traveling in a hardened raceway within the joint.


IFC swivel joints are available in durable carbon, as well as stainless steel and benefit from PTFE seals for use with a wide range of liquids.


They are completely liquid tight to ensure maximum product handling safety. The three part design allows for easy replacement of the main seal.

Available Options

Various flange and elbow options are available, along with weld prep and pre-welded connections. You can specify swivel joints in 2”, 3” and 4” inch full bore size.

Relevant industries

Suitable for the following sectors

Bulk Tank

& Energy

Case Study
The Swivel Joints in action

See how we helped liquid fuels company Joe Energy with their move from top to bottom loading.