Over 100 Cryogenic Pipe Supports Designed for a Nitrogen Facility in Colorado

September 10, 2018

Over 100 Cryogenic Pipe Supports Designed for a Nitrogen Facility in Colorado

Type: Pre-insulated Pipe Supports “Cold Shoes”
Material: CS | Red Oxide Primer | PUF Insulation
Size Range: 1/2″ – 6″ Thick Insulation | 1″ – 18″ Dia.
Design: -300°F Temperature | Lateral Restraints / Guides

PT&P custom designed more than one-hundred cryogenic pipe supports for a nitrogen facility in Colorado. The cold shoes are designed for pipe sizes ranging from 1″ to 18” diameter. They are designed with polyurethane insulation ranging from ½” to 5” thick. The clamps are carbon steel and coated with a red oxide finish. The cold shoes are designed as lateral restraints/guides that can support loads in two directions. Standard quality control tests were performed with a 6-8 week turn-around time.

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Pre-Insulated Pipe Supports for High Temperatures at a Phenol Plant in Texas

August 27, 2018

Pre-Insulated Pipe Supports for High Temperatures at a Phenol Plant in Texas

Type:  Insulated Pipe Supports “Hot Shoes”
Material:  HDG CS | Calcium Silicate Insulation
Size:  6″ Thick x 4″ Width Insulation | 48″ Dia.
Design:  1,200°F Temperature | 7,000 lb. Load

PT&P manufactured 48” diameter pre-insulated pipe supports for a high temperature pipeline at a phenol plant in Texas. These hot shoes are designed for pipe sizes up to 48” in diameter. They include 6” thick by 4” width calcium silicate insulation, hot-dipped galvanized steel, and are designed for a load of 7,000 lb. This order consisted of six different types of supports such as variable assemblies, constant support assemblies, sway struts, and pre-insulated pipe supports. Standard quality tests were performed prior to shipment.

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Trunnions with Micarta ® G-10 Designed for a Cryogenic Pipeline at an LNG Facility

April 25, 2018

Trunnions Designed for a Cryogenic Pipeline at an LNG Facility

Type: Trunnions for Cryogenic Temperatures
Size: 8″-24″ Dia. | 12″-18″ L | 6″-15″ W | 6″-40″ H
Material: Micarta® G-10 Insulation | CS | SS
Design: Cryogenic Temperatures of -320°F
Testing: MTR’s | Non Destriuctive (PMI) | Q.C.

PT&P custom designed trunnions for a cryogenic pipeline at an LNG facility in Australia. The insulated supports were fabricated with carbon steel base plates, 304L stainless steel plates and fasteners. To prevent cryogenic temperatures of -320°F from transferring to the base of the trunnion support, Micarta® G-10 was used as insulator. The trunnions were designed to support pipe sizes from 8”-24” with dimensions ranging from 12”-18” in length, 6”-15” in width and 6”-40” in height. MTR’s were provided, and non-destructive testing (PMI) was preformed, along with standard Q.C. inspection prior to shipment.

This type of support is available in pipe sizes between 1/2″ to 42″ NPS; however, PT&P can customize any size needed. The standard material for these supports are galvanized or hot-dipped galvanized carbon steel. These supports were customized with Micarta® instead of the standard high density polyurethane with vapor barrier. When ordering, specify pipe size, insulation thickness and length. See more on Figure CS-6030 from our cryogenic pipe supports section.

Piping Technology & Products and Pipe Shields have been a major international supplier of pipe shoes and pre-insulated supports for more than 10 years. Our cryogenic pipe supports comply with the following standards ANSI / ASME B31.1 & B31.3 and The Manufacturers Standardization Society SP-58, 69, & 89.

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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 cryogenic pipe supports with axial stops for an LNG facility in Australia. The cold shoes cold shoes were fabricated utilizing low temperature carbon steel, stainless steel and Micarta® G-10 insulation blocks. We supplied a wide range of lengths and pipe sizes from 1” to 36”. The cryogenic temperatures are low as -50°F. A special paint system was used for the low temperature carbon steel components to resist rust. PMI testing was performed on the stainless parts. Delivery was within 4-6 weeks.

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High Temperature Pre-Insulated Pipe Supports with Slide Plates for an Ethylene Production Plant in Texas

March 27, 2018

High Temperature Pre-Insulated Pipe Supports for an Ethylene Production Plant in Texas

Type: High Temperature Pre-Insulated Pipe Supports with Slide Plates
Size: 15″ Long | 23″ Wide | 4.5″ Insulation
Material: Calcium Silicate, Firetemp®, Carbon Steel with HDG, UHMW Polyethylene
Design: 750°F, 1,325 lb Operating Load, & 12″ Pipe Size
Testing: Standard Quality Control

PT&P custom designed these pre-insulated pipe supports for high temperatures at an ethylene production facility in Texas. The hot shoes are 15″ long and 23″ wide with 4.5″ thick insulation. The insulation is comprised of calcium silicate and Firetemp®. The hot shoes were fabricated from carbon steel with a hot-dipped galvanized finish and the slide plates from UHMW Polyethylene. They are designed as a 2-way guide than can support loads in two directions. They are designed for a pipe size of 12″ in diameter with an operating temperature above 750°F and on operating load of 1,325 lb. Standard quality control tests were performed with a 4-week turn-around time.

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Pre-Insulated Cryogenic Supports for a Propylene Dehydrogenation Application at a Petrochemical Plant in Texas

February 12, 2018

Pre-Insulated Cryogenic Supports for a Propylene Dehydrogenation Application at a Petrochemical Plant in Texas

Type: Pre-Insulated Cryogenic Supports
Size: 12” Long Base | 32” Wide Base | 62″ Overall Height | 18” Long Insulation
Material: Polyurethane | Carbon Steel w/ HDG Finish
Design: Operating Temperature -360°F & 42″ NPS
Testing: Standard Quality Control

Piping Technology and Products, Inc. and custom designed two pre-insulated cryogenic supports for a propylene dehydrogenation application at a petrochemical plant in Texas. The insulation is made from a high density polyurethane Insulation, with the bearing plates and side bumpers fabricated from carbon steel with an HDG finish. The shoes are capable of insulating and supporting at temperatures as low as -360°F. These were designed to support pipeline diameter of 42” with overall height of 62” diameter. Regular quality control tests were performed with a standard turn-around time.

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Over 4,000 Cryogenic Pre-Insulated Pipe Supports Designed for LNG Service

November 7, 2017

Over 4,000 Cryogenic Pre-Insulated Pipe Supports Designed for LNG Service

Type: Pre-Insulated Pipe Shoe & Clamp Assemblies
Material: 304 L Stainless Steel | Protective Coating | Micarta® Insulation
Design: 20″ L x 36″ W x 75″ H | 56″ Dia. Pipeline | -459°F
Testing: Load & Pull Tests

PT&P designed over 4,000 supports for LNG service in Texas. These pre-insulated pipe shoe and clamp assemblies were custom designed for cryogenic temperatures with special low temperature grade NP500CR Micarta® insulation. This type of Micarta® consists of a glass fabric with a special formulated epoxy resin. It has excellent physical properties at operating temperatures down to -459°F. It has very low thermal conductivity and has been produced specifically for use in cryogenic applications. The shoes pictured are fabricated from 304 L stainless steel with a protective coating and are designed for a 56″ diameter pipeline. The shoes measure 20″ long, 36″ wide and 75″ high. This project included supports varied in pipe sizes from ¾” to 56″ diameter. A load test was performed prior to shipping this rush order.

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Cryogenic Pipe Supports Designed for a Facility in Massachusetts

September 11, 2017

Cryogenic Pipe Supports Designed for a Facility in Massachusetts

Type: Cryogenic Pipe Supports
Material: Carbon Steel | Polyurethane
Design: -320°F | 36″ – 48″ Dia. | 52″ W x 57″ H x 67″ L

PT&P received an order to custom design 16 cryogenic pipe supports for a contractor in Massachusetts. They needed a pipe forming a T-section lined with insulation and trimmed to accommodate the pipe perpendicular to the shoe length. The overall dimensions of the order are pipe sizes ranging from 36″ to 48″ in diameter, 52″ width and 57″ to 67″ height. Our insulation is designed to support the pipe and its contents. When insulated pipes are supported, the weight of the pipe, the contents, the operating temperature, and the amount of energy loss must be considered. In order to support the pipe and minimize energy loss from heat transfer, a pre-insulated pipe support is necessary. If the material in the pipe is high temperature such as high pressure steam or heating oil, then high temperature insulation is required, and these supports are called hot shoes. If the material is cold, such as liquefied natural gas, cooling water or ammonia, then low temperature insulation is needed, and these types of supports are called cold shoes.

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3-Layer Cryogenic Pipe Shoes for a Light Hydrocarbon Chemical Plant in Texas

June 10, 2017

3-Layer Cryogenic Pipe Shoes for a Light Hydrocarbon Chemical Plant in Texas

Type: Pre-Insulated Pipe Supports for Cryogenic Temperatures
Size: 5.5″ of Insulation / Clamps are 12″ wide
Material: Polyurethane Foam and Carbon Steel with HDG Finish
Design: 18″ Pipe and Cryogenic Operating Temperatures
Testing: Standard Quality Control Tests

These 3-layer pre-insulated cryogenic pipe shoes were custom fabricated by Piping Technology& Products for a light hydrocarbon chemical plant in Texas. The insulation foam is made from polyurethane and the rest of the shoe components from carbon steel with HDG finish. The cold shoes are designed for 18″ pipe, the 3-layers of insulation total is 5.5″ thick, the clamps are 12″ wide, and cryogenic operating temperature. Standard quality control tests were performed prior to shipment.

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