18″ Split T Pipe Shoes to Support a Piping System for an Oil Refinery in Texas

January 2, 2008

18" Split T Pipe Shoes to Support a Piping System for an Oil Refinery
18" Split T Pipe Shoes to Support a Piping System for an Oil Refinery
18" Split T Pipe Shoes to Support a Piping System for an Oil Refinery in Texas
Split T Pipe Shoe

These split T pipe shoes are fabricated from three types of steel including carbon steel, alloy steel, and stainless steel. They are painted with a two coat paint system that involves masking off the metal on the upper portion of the shoe to allow for welding in the field. The pipe shoes are 18″ in length and 4″ in height.

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60" Adjustable Pipe Stands for an LNG Plant

November 7, 2007

 

60" Adjustable Pipe Stands for an LNG Plant
60" Adjustable Pipe Stands for an LNG Plant

The stands were completed with a hot-dipped galvanize finish. They were also designed with a neoprene lining in the saddle to prevent metal to metal contact in the field. The function of the pipe stand is to allow for adjustment of the support after expansion or contraction of the pipeline. The simplicity of the design allows for easy installation and maintenance of the support.

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43" Angled Pipe Shoes with PTFE, 25% Glass Filled, Slide Plates

September 5, 2007
43" Angled Pipe Shoes with PTFE, 25% Glass Filled, Slide Plates
43" Angled Pipe Shoes with PTFE, 25% Glass Filled, Slide Plates

These pipe shoes are fabricated from A-516 GR70 carbon steel. PTFE, 25% glass filled, material is bonded to a carbon steel plate, then welded onto the shoe to allow movement of the pipe during expansion and contraction. The pipe shoes range in size from 18″ to 28″ in width and 28″ to 43″ in length.

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Spider Guides for a Heat Recovery Steam Generation Plant

July 25, 2007

 

Spider Guides for a Heat Recovery Steam Generation Plant
Spider Guides for a Heat Recovery Steam Generation Plant
Spider Guides for a Heat Recovery Steam Generation Plant
Spider Guides

Components of these Cylinder Pipe Guides (a.k.a. Spider Guides) include carbon steel plates, stock clamps, angles, and hot-dipped galvanized pipes. The Guides range in pipe size from 6″ to 16″. The maximum design temperature for the Spider Guides is 750ºF.

They are designed to control lateral pipe movement and maintain the alignment of the piping through its axial and contraction cycles. A single piping run uses multiple Spider Guides to avoid a fulcrum or an imposed lateral deflection on critical components.

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Adjustable Pipe Stands to Support Ductile Iron Pipe

May 2, 2007

 

Adjustable Pipe Stands to Support Ductile Iron Pipe
Adjustable Pipe Stands to Support Ductile Iron Pipe

Piping Technology & Products, Inc. designed and fabricated adjustable pipe stands to support ductile iron pipe. Due to ductile iron pipes having non-standard diameters, each of the supports were custom fabricated per the customers’ requirements regarding pipe diameter and elevation. All the supports were fabricated from carbon steel with an HDG finish and designed to provide nine inches (+/- 4.50″) of adjustment and each support has an 11″ x 11″ base plate.

(Left) Cradle type supports are designed with an installed height of 84″ from the base to the bottom of pipe (BOP).

(Middle) Flange type supports are designed with an installed height of 81-1/4″ from the base to the BOP.

(Right) Tee type supports are designed for an installed height of 77″ from base to BOP.

They will be used on horizontal piping and will be attached at their base to pre-case concrete pedestals. Each base plate has been pre-drilled to accept anchor bolts provided at the site. The pipe stand’s threaded adjustment column will allow field personnel to adjust the height of each support. They can also accurately place the pipe at the required elevation without using shims or modifying the concrete pedestal.

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24" Pipe Shoe with Clamps

December 20, 2006

 

24" Pipe Shoe with Clamps
24" Pipe Shoe with Clamps

This particular 24″ pipe shoe was specially designed and fabricated during a planned plant outage. Instead of the normal delivery time of 3-4 weeks, Piping Technology & Products, Inc. finished this project in just one week. This pipe shoe with clamps was designed for 12,900 lb. vertical and 3,000 lb. lateral load. This 1″ thick carbon steel pipe shoe was designed to handle 650°F and has a PTFE, 25% glass filled, slide plate installed to allow for axial movement.

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60 Bolt Cradle Supports

October 18, 2006
60 Bolt Cradle Supports
60 Bolt Cradle Supports

 

60 Bolt Cradle Supports
60 Bolt Cradle Supports

Piping Technology & Products, Inc. custom fabricated sixty bolt cradle supports in May 2006. The base was fabricated by welding two plates to form a “T.” This was used in place of a standard split “T.” By making simple modifications to a standard Figure 900 for two-inch pipe, such as heavier clamps and shortened base length, PT&P was able to meet the customer’s special requirements quickly and efficiently.

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Cylinder Pipe Guides for a Power Plant

October 31, 2005

 

 

Cylinder Pipe Guides for a Power Plant
Cylinder Pipe Guides on Shipping Floor

Piping Technology and Products, Inc. designed and fabricated cylinder pipe guides (aka spider guides) for pipes ranging from 1” to 20” in diameter with 1” to 4” of insulation.

Cylinder Pipe Guides for a Power Plant
Cylinder Pipe Guides

These guides are designed to control lateral pipe movement and maintain the alignment of the piping through its axial and contraction cycles. A single piping run uses multiple spider guides to avoid a fulcrum or an imposed lateral deflection on critical components.

Components of these guides include carbon steel plates, stock clamps, angles and hot-dipped galvanized pipes. The outer shields have diameters ranging from 6″ to 29-1/2″. The maximum design temperature for the spider guides is 750°F.

In addition to spider guides, over 40,000 lbs. of material were supplied for this project including variable springs, constants, and miscellaneous structural items.

Cylinder Pipe Guides for a Power Plant
Cylinder Pipe Guides in the Field

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Pipe Shoes for an Energy Plant in Canada

June 17, 2005

 

Pipe Shoes for an Energy Plant in Canada
Pipe Shoes for an Energy Plant in Canada
Pipe Shoes for an Energy Plant in Canada
Isometric View of Shoes

Piping Technology & Products, Inc. recently designed and manufactured 566 pipe shoes for an energy plant in Canada.

These fabricated pipe shoes are manufactured to support pipes. The pipe shoes are fabricated out of A36 carbon steel with sizes ranging from 12 to 36. They have an overall weight of 134,000 lbs.

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Custom Anchor Cold Shoes for a Company in Texas

June 25, 2004
Custom Anchor Cold Shoes for a company in Texas
Custom Anchor Cold Shoes for a company in Texas

Piping Technology & Products, Inc. recently fabricated several anchor shoes designed for cold operating temperatures of -20°F. These shoes are fixed anchors to prevent movement of pipes spanning less than 25′-0 long. The shoes are made from A240 304 stainless steel in line sizes ranging from 4 to 16. An allowance for 2 to 4 of insulation material was provided.

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