PT&P designed cryogenic trunnions with 2″ thick G-10 block insulation for an LNG facility in Australia. The trunnions are fabricated from 10″, 12″ and 24″ diameter pipe. The upper sections are fabricated from stainless steel pipe and plate while the lower sections are carbon steel. These insulated supports are designed for temperatures down to -300°F and operating loads of 4,990 lb.Read More
PT&P manufactured cryogenic pipe supports for a 30″ diameter pipeline in an LNG facility located in the UAE. These cold shoe anchors prevent axial and lateral movement at temperatures down to -300°F. The bearing plate is fabricated from carbon steel and the 5″ thick insulation is a combination of high density polyurethane foam (PUF) and Permali®.Read More
Piping Technology designed hot shoes with sliding bases for a power plant in Mississippi. The assemblies will be installed on 28″ diameter pipe and include 1-1/2″ thick calcium silicate insulation. Manufacturing fabricated these supports from galvanized carbon steel with a polyethylene base. They are capable of an operating load of 7,200 lb., temperatures up to 1,200 degrees F and an axial movement of +/- 4-1/2″. The shipment was met three days prior to the critical field need date.Read More
These insulated pipe supports are designed for 6″ diameter cold temperature piping for a gas refinery in Texas. They are fabricated with a carbon steel shell and 5″ thick polyurethane insulation. PT&P offers various types of insulated supports utilizing insulating materials designed for piping ranging in surface temperatures from -460°F to 1,200°F.Read More
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.Read More
PT&P designed and fabricated heavy duty insulated pipe support anchors for a high temperature application. The base, clamps, nuts, jackets and bolts are all fabricated from hot-dipped galvanized carbon steel. The hot shoes have 3″ thick high density calcium silicate insulation, and are designed for 12″-42″ diameter pipes. The dimensions are 47″ L X 51″ W X 16″ H. Standard Q.C. and dimensional tests were performed prior to an expedited shipment.Read More
Over 1200 cryogenic insulated pipe supports were designed for a natural gas refinery in Abu Dhabi. The supports range from 1″ to 30″ in diameter and have 30 lb. polyurethane foam (PUF) insulation. These cold shoes are comprised of a vapor barrier, an aluminum jacket and a carbon steel base. An ice test was performed on all the supports prior to shipment.Read More
PT&P designed cryogenic trunnion supports for ethylene loss recovery lines at a plant in Texas. The trunnions were fabricated from 2″ dia. stainless steel pipes and have a maximum height of 3′. They include 6″ x 6″ permali® blocks measuring 2″ thick each. The permali® block isolator is a laminated phenolic material from layers of wood impregnated under vacuum and heat with synthetic resin. The temperature range for these supports is from ambient to -300°F.Read More
Custom designed cryogenic pipe supports were fabricated for an LNG facility in Africa. The shoes range in diameter from 30″ to 72″, 45″ to 88″ in height, 42-1/2″ to 85-1/2″ in width, and 28″ to 33″ in length. The insulation is a high density polyurethane foam (PUF) ranging from 5″ to 6″ thick. The shoe and bearing plates were fabricated from carbon steel with a HDG finish. The jacket was fabricated from aluminized steel and includes a vapor barrier.
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Explore how Polyurethane foam is produced, from mixing polyols and isocyanates to inspecting the final product. Learn about anchor shoe testing, lateral load testing, compressive strength testing, and axial load testing. Increase your understanding of the value-added services that are offered by PT&P, and rest assured that your Pre-Insulated Pipe Support needs can be covered by our 24×7 web-based emergency services, providing field service, and quick-turn around time when you need it most.
The featured presenter, Jerry Godina has over 15 years experience as a pipe support designer and manages PT&P’s engineer training development program. He also inspects existing supports, consults on site remediation projects and oversees installation on a regular basis.