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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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.
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.
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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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Piping Technology and Products, Inc. fabricated 4702 carbon steel shoes for various pipe sizes ranging from 2” to 10”. As per customer request, the shoes are designed to accommodate 30 PSI compressive strength. A three-coat paint system was applied for corrosion protection. All supports were liquid dye-penetrant tested at 5% of welds.
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PT&P was called on by an energy center in Oklahoma to inspect failing pipe shoes designed for temperatures ranging from 650 to 1065 °F supplied by another company. After thorough inspection, PT&P’s field service representatives concluded that the problem was due to the existing pipe clamps’ inability to firmly grip the pipe during expansion. This exposed the pipes to atmospheric moisture, resulting in both heat loss and deterioration. To alleviate the situation, PT&P designed secured pipe clamps that were bolted and torqued such that the entire pipe shoe would move with the pipe’s expansion. PT&P’s field service team also provided on-site installation of the replacement pipe shoes. The entire process involved stripping of the existing damaged insulation, removal of the failing supports, and installation of new pipe shoes and insulation.
Over 160 pipe shoes were engineered, manufactured, and installed for this energy center. The fabricated pipe shoes, designed for pipe sizes ranging from 12 to 28″ in diameter, are equipped with special base plate and slide bearing plate combinations which allowed axial movement from 1/2″ to 7″ and lateral movement up to 10 1/2″. In addition, they were designed to support a maximum vertical and lateral load of 38,000 lb. and 7,600 lb. respectively.
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Piping Technology & Products, Inc. recently designed and manufactured 46 of these support assemblies for a cross-generating power station in South Carolina. These pipe shoes and assemblies are composed of carbon steel and accommodate pipe with diameters ranging in size from 18”-32”. All of these components are strong enough to support maximum installed loads of 8,000 lbs.
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Piping Technology & Products, Inc. designed and manufactured these Fig. 1400 pipe shoes for a power plant in Canada.
These Fig. 1400 pipe shoes are a combination of PT&P Fig. 900 and 400. These shoes are particularly made from carbon steel and graphite with 4” B.O.P (bottom of the pipe). They are used to control pipe movement by guiding. These shoes also prevent vertical and horizontal movement and allow axial movement. They are mainly used in power plants or areas where there is cyclical filling and emptying of the pipe.
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Piping Technology & Products, Inc. designed and manufactured these saddles for a power plant in Chad.
The saddles are comprised of bolt clamps, structural steel and vinyl pipe shields. They were built for bare pipes ranging in size from 2 24 and can accommodate temperatures from 29 degrees C. to 538 degrees C.
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Piping Technology & Products, Inc. designed and manufactured cylinder pipe guides for an energy center in Canada.
These guides, which are frequently referred to as spider 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 spider guides in number to avoid a fulcrum or an imposed lateral deflection on critical components.
These spider guides were designed for pipes ranging from 1″ to 20″ diameter with 1″ to 4″ of insulation. The components include carbon steel plates, stock clamps, angles and green-primer coated pipes. The outer shields have diameters ranging of approximately 6″ to 29-1/2″ with a bottom-of-angle to center-of-pipe dimensions of 3-1/8″ to 15-3/4″. The maximum design temperature for the spider guides is 750°F.
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