The expansion joint is an important element in the construction of a building, which redistributes the loads on the structural elements. Depending on the technical solution of the structure, use temperature, shrinkage or seismic seams. Temperature seams divide the building into compartments from ground level to the roof, without affecting the foundation, which is below ground level. Shrinkage joints are made in the walls of monolithic frame structures. Monolithic walls decrease in volume during hardening. Shrink seams prevent cracks from appearing. The deformation profile consists of aluminum guides and frost-resistant rubber. With the help of such profiles, dirt is prevented from entering the seam, which ensures water resistance and resistance to wear during operation. Ease of installation of these profiles and durability in operation is guaranteed by the quality of the products, as the deformation profiles are made of frost-resistant rubber based on ethylene propylene rubber and are resistant to ozone, ultraviolet light, oil, gasoline and salt. In case of wear, the seal can be easily replaced. Deformation profiles in width come in different sizes: 20 mm, 50 mm, 85 mm, 100 mm. Technical specialists of our company make calculations and draw up wiring diagrams depending on the loads and operational characteristics of the room. In the case of high loads, the structure can consist of steel guides, in which the sealing profile is tightly mounted.