Hydraulic Snubbers for a Construction Site

October 25, 2002
Hydraulic Snubbers for a Construction Site
Hydraulic Snubbers for a Construction Site

Piping Technology & Products recently designed and manufactured three hydraulic snubbers for a construction site in Louisiana.

These snubbers, with an operating load of 3500 lbs., are 2.5 x 6 and allow for 4 of total travel distance. The lock-up velocity test was performed on these snubbers to make sure that at high rates of loading, especially impact, the snubber would provide very high resistance to movement. And, the drag test was performed to make sure that at low speeds they provide very low resistance to movement.

Do you see a need for hydraulic snubbers in your plant? Let us price them for you today!

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Stanchions and Beams for a Power Center

October 18, 2002
Stanchions and Beams for a Power Center
Stanchions and Beams for a Power Center

Piping Technology & Products, Inc. designed and manufactured carbon steel and alloy stanchions for a power center in Arizona.  PT&P also produced carbon steel beams for the project.

These stanchions are made to fit Extra Strong and Standard pipes, which are 3-12 in size. Figure 1 shows the stanchions and beams for this job before they were coated with a green primer and prepared for shipment.

Do you see a need for stanchions and beams in your power plant or refinery? Get pricing today!

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Various Sized Cold Shoes for a Chemical Plant

October 11, 2002
Various Sized Cold Shoes for a Chemical Plant
Various Sized Cold Shoes for a Chemical Plant

Piping Technology & Products, Inc. designed and manufactured 250 variable sized cold shoes for a chemical plant in Texas.

These cold shoes are designed for cryogenic (low temperature) pipelines where direct contact with the pipe cannot be made.  These shoes come with two pieces, top and bottom, and are made of polyurethane foam.  They are then wrapped in vapor barriers, covered with a protective shield and placed in a pipe saddle.

Want to learn more about cold shoes? View a pre-insulated pipe support webinar today!


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