Pipe Support Hardware Products Highlights:
Steel Beam clamp with Weldless Eyenut
The Figure 297 beam clamp with eyenut is used when welding to the structure is prohibited for supports where some movement is expected. The clamping effect is produced by the “ice tong” action of the arms and is locked in place by the through bolt located just under the beam flange.
Material : Carbon Steel with Froged Steel Eyenut.
Compliance : Federal Specification A-A-1192A Type 28, MSS-SP-69 Type 28 and BSPSS-BS3974
Finish : Plain, Painted, Hoy-Dip Galvanized
Ordering : Specify figure number, rod size, clamp number and finish.
Welded Beam Attachement
Figure 113A & Figure 113B
Fig. 113A is recommended for attachment to the bottom of beams when little or no pipe movement is expected.
Fig. 113B is recommend for attachment to the bottom of beams, when pipe movement is expected. Size 1″ and smaller are typically supplied with a bolt and nut while sizes 1 1/4″ and larger are typically supplied with a pin and cotters.
Designed to support stationary lines from above, allowing for approximately 1” to 1-1/2” of vertical adjustment after the pipe is in place. The lower load nut (not furnished), adjusts the pipe line to the proper elevation while the top load nut (not furnished), prevents loosening due to vibration, must be installed, and tightened securely, to assure proper hanger performance.
- Oversized Clevis Hangers may require an insulation insert to prevent concentrated loading and deformation of the U-Strap. Pipe Spacers and Insulation Inserts are available from C&P. The Figure 100PVC is only PVC coated on the contact surface of the pipe; completely coated PVC hangers are available, as a special order. The Figure 100F is normally furnished electro-galvanized.
- Clevis Hangers for Copper Tubing, A.W.W.A. pipe, stainless steel pipe, with Pre-insulation, with Insulation Shields, Ductile Iron pipe, Cast Iron pipe, and felt lined are, also, available from C&P.
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