PT&P manufactured a total of 1,400 supports for an LNG project. 75 of those supports were cold supports completed in less than one week on an emergency basis. The cold shoes were fabricated from a combination of polyurethane foam, carbon steel metal straps, and an aluminum metal jacket for insulation. They are designed for temperatures as low as -300°F and pipe sizes ranging from 12″ to 36″ in diameter. The 36″ diameter shoes are designed for a vertical load of 102,000 lb. and the 12″ diameter shoes are designed for 36,000 lb. load.
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Pipe Supports and Expansion Joints for Furnace Applications Webinar
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Join us for this Webinar focusing on the unique design aspects of pipe supports and expansion joints operating in furnace applications. See how these non-standard designs impact the overall construction and fabrication processes. Learn the differences between standard supports and those specifically used in furnace applications. View the in-depth testing processes and learn what to watch for during inspection and maintenance intervals.
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