Pipe Shoes for Cold Temperature Applications

March 12, 1993
Pipe Shoes for Cold Temperature Applications
Pipe Shoes for Cold Temperature Applications

The picture above shows a 54 inch “cold” shoe of galvanized steel with PTFE slide plates on the bottom. Inside the galvanized steel is bonded a layer of polyurethane foam which has been coated with a white vapor barrier. This polyurethane layer provides both insulation and support of the load at cryogenic temperatures..

Do you have an application that requires cold temperature shoes? Get pricing today!

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Four “Ball Type” Flexible Strut Joints

March 5, 1993
Four “Ball Type” Flexible Strut Joints
Four “Ball Type” Flexible Strut Joints

Pictured above are four “ball type” flexible strut joints often used to help control vibration. These struts are attached to piping or other equipment to restrain movement in one direction while allowing movement in another direction. Movement may be due to temperature or pressure changes. Piping Technology & Products can furnish strut joints made from various materials and with various finishes depending on the load requirements and the environment where they will be installed.

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Sway Struts for a 250 MW Power Plant

February 26, 1993
Sway Struts for a 250 MW Power Plant
Sway Struts for a 250 MW Power Plant

The picture seen above is a mechanical snubber attached to a rod with a pipe clamp. Below the snubber is a rigid sway strut for 36” pipe and four smaller sway struts. The snubber will dampen sudden shocks and vibrations in the piping system. These show the variety of built by Piping Technology & Products, Inc. for a 250 megawatt power plant.

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60" Galvanized Frictional Anchor

February 12, 1993
60" Galvanized Frictional Anchor
60" Galvanized Frictional Anchor
60" Galvanized Frictional Anchors
Neoprene Lined Pipe Shoes Lined with Gussets

The picture on top shows an anchor fabricated for shipment to an overseas pipeline project.  It is a 60″ galvanized frictional anchor of bolted design with section reinforcing rings.  The pictures below show  two 60” painted pipe shoes which are neoprene lined with gussets and PTFE slide plates and three 48” pipe shoes of similar design.

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Color-Coded Insulating Components

January 20, 1993
Color-Coded Insulating Components
Color-Coded Insulating Components

The pictures above show pipe supports designed for a system with very cold operating temperatures. The insulating components are polyurethane, which are inside the galvanized steel exterior of the support. At the top left of the picture are the color-coded polyurethane components of a “cold shoe” for a 60” pipe, the top (green) is 14 lb/ft3 density and the bottom (orange) is 20 lb/ft3 density. The higher density material has greater compressive strength but it is a better conductor of heat. The other pictures show finished shoes which have white coating over the polyurethane. Hot shoes, designed for high operating temperatures, are similar but usually have different insulating materials.

Want to learn more about pre-insulated supports? View a recording of a past live pre-insulated webinar.
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Bonding Strength Testing for Low Temperature Application Adhesive

January 6, 1993
Bonding Strength Testing for Low Temperature Application Adhesive
Bonding Strength Testing for Low Temperature Application Adhesive

In the picture above, a test of the bonding strength of an adhesive designed for low temperature applications is being conducted. Polyurethane strips have been bonded to metal strips which are pulled apart in a load cell which measures the force applied.

Polyurethane is often specified for components of insulated pipe shoes and supports for cold temperature applications. Polyurethane provides both insulation and load carrying capacity for pipes when it is bonded to a metal pipe shoe or support. Piping Technology & Products, Inc. fabricates all types of insulated pipe supports. The type of insulation specified depends on the temperature profile the pipe will experience and the loads and movement at the point of application.

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86” Diameter Clamps

May 1, 1992
86” Diameter Clamps
86” Diameter Clamps

Specially formed and gusseted 86” diameter clamps are being strapped to their pallets for their journey to Western Canada.

PT&P designed and built these specialty clamps of 3” x 16” bar stock for a major producer of oil and gas in Alberta for an application in their process sector.

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Cryogenic Pipe Supports with Micarta® G-10 for an LNG Facility in Australia

April 16, 2018

Cryogenic Pipe Supports with Micarta® G-10 for an LNG Facility in Australia

Type: Cryogenic Pipe Supports
Size: Pipe Size of 1” to 36”
Material: LTCS Material Tops, Stainless Steel, & Micarta® G-10 Insulation
Design: -50°F
Testing: PMI

Piping Technology and Products supplied these cryogenic and axial stop cold shoes for an LNG facility in Australia. The cryogenic pipe supports were fabricated with LTCS material tops, stainless steel and Micarta® G-10 insulation blocks. They were a wide range of lengths from pipe size of 1” to 36”. The cryogenic temperatures are low as -50°F. A special paint system was used for the carbon steel components to resist rust. PMI testing was performed on the stainless parts prior to the 4-6 week shipping.

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