Stainless Steel Constant Spring Supports for an Oil Refinery in the Virgin Islands

December 17, 2012

Stainless Steel Constant Spring Supports for an Oil Refinery in the Virgin Islands

PT&P custom designed  C-type constant spring supports for an oil refinery in the Virgin Islands. They are fabricated entirely from 304 stainless steel to support piping in a highly corrosive environment. The design loads are 7,000 lb., 9,500 lb., and 11,000 lb. with movements of 2-1/2″ and 3″. The constants measure 29″ L x 22″ W x 20″ H. Standard load and travel testing was conducted prior to shipment.

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New Webinar: Pipe Supports for Beginners- Constants & Variables

December 6, 2012

View the recording at: http://info.pipingtech.com/webinar-beginners/

This webinar series was created to explain the basic principles of different types of pipe supports in the simplest way possible. It is geared towards “non-engineers” who want to have a better understanding of pipe supports. This particular presentation will give you a brief introduction to pipe supports and will then solely concentrate on constant and variable spring supports. It will explain the various designs, applications, and details of each support using simple terms and a lot of visual aids. The presentation will conclude with general guidelines of the maintenance and ordering process of constants and variables.

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PTFE Slide Plates Designed for a Refinery in Louisiana

December 1, 2012

PTFE Slide Plates

These slide plate assemblies are comprised of 3/32″ thick PTFE, 25% glass filled slide plates bonded to 1/4″ thick hot dipped galvanized carbon steel backing plates. They measure 139″ long by 11-1/2″ wide, and were designed for a pressure of 2000 psi at -320°F to 500°F. PTFE, 25% glass filled material provides a low coefficient of friction, is easy to install, does not require surface treatments, or grouting, and is unaffected by weather conditions. These type of slide plates are typically installed on top of a concrete pillar under a large vessel.

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