Pipe Shields Inc., a division of PT&P, manufactured 215 heavy duty pre-insulated supports for a high temperature application in Oregon. They are 15″ L x 20″ W x 31″ H and are designed to accommodate 14″ – 20″ diameter pipes. The hot shoes have a calcium silicate insulation thickness of 2.5″- 3″. The base, clamps, nuts, jackets and bolts are all fabricated from hot dipped galvanized carbon steel and coated with red oxide paint. Standard Q.C. and dimensional tests were performed prior shipment.
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Join us for this Webinar focusing on the unique design aspects of pipe supports and expansion joints operating in furnace applications. See how these non-standard designs impact the overall construction and fabrication processes. Learn the differences between standard supports and those specifically used in furnace applications. View the in-depth testing processes and learn what to watch for during inspection and maintenance intervals.
Piping Design and Analysis Influence on Pipe Support Selection and Design
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