47 Hold-Down Pipe Clamps Designed for a Coal Fired Power Plant

February 25, 2013

47 Hold-Down Pipe Clamps Designed for a Coal Fired Power Plant

PT&P designed and fabricated forty-seven hold-down pipe clamps for a coal fired power plant in Louisiana. The hold-downs are fabricated from carbon steel and range in size from 2″ to 10″ in diameter. The HD-3 is an arrestor type hold down used when there is very low thermal movement. Its radius is lined with a belting material that is well designed to absorb shock from vibration.

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8-Part Webinar Series: How Piping Design & Analysis Influences Pipe Support Selection & Design

This series is now a course offered through the University of Houston… view more details at http://www.pipingtech.com/blog/2013/07/25/ptp-partners-with-university-of-houstons-college-of-technology/

Piping SystemOur technical experts take you through piping, design considerations, effects on overall configuration, preliminary piping design, initial layout, the total system, introduction to pipe stress analysis, detailed piping design, and how all of this influences pipe support and pipe hanger design.

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G-Type Constant Spring Support, 96" Long by 40" High, Designed to Support a 12,818 lb. Load

February 10, 2013

G-Type Constant Spring Support, 96" Long by 40" High, Designed to Support a 12,818 lb. Load
This PTP-100 Type-G constant spring support is 96″ long by 40″ high and will support a 12,818 lb. load. It has an actual travel of 0.3″ and total travel of 1-1/2″. The G-type constant is comprised of two standard constant spring housing sub-assemblies joined together with an intermediate bridge assembly. The bridge assembly is customized to handle up to 26,000 lb. of hydro load. The G-type assembly allows for use in applications with limited space. Special identification tags were installed in addition to PT&P’s standard name plates per the customer’s request. Standard testing was performed and witnessed by an outside inspector prior to shipment.

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