40" Diameter, Alloy Yoke Clamp

October 12, 2001
40" Diameter, Alloy Yoke Clamp
40" Diameter, Alloy Yoke Clamp

PT&P specially designed and manufactured a heavy duty, 40-inch diameter, alloy yoke clamp (cut from a 6″ thick plate) for a Power Plant in Mississippi. The clamp was designed for a 70,000 lb load and is to support a 40″ diameter, high pressure main steam line. The u-bolt was made of a 3″ diameter bar. In order to prove the design of this clamp, Finite Element Analysis was used to simulate the loads and stresses that it may experience in the field. The model shows the stresses at every point by a color coding system.

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Arrestor Type Hold Down

March 9, 1994
Arrestor Type Hold Down
Arrestor Type Hold Down

The above photo shows an arrestor type hold down. This type of restraint is used when there is very low thermal movement. Its radius is lined with a belting material designed to absorb shock from movement. It is widely used on compressor lines or similar applications. The restraint type hold down’s clamp radius and base is lined with PT&P’s PTFE slide plate which allows for axial movement while restraining lateral movement and used on compressor lines where temperatures are high and thermal movement is great. This anchor type hold down is utilized on pipelines and require little or no insulation. It is fabricated from carbon steel and can be used in temperatures up to 750oF.

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Removable Pipe Supports

February 11, 1994
Removable Pipe Supports
Removable Pipe Supports

The photograph above shows one of 72 of these supports fabricated by Piping Technology & Products, Inc. for shipment to Alaska. Note that the distance between the top pipe where other components are attached and the base the support rests on can be changed by selecting the holes for the arms. These removable supports are used during installation of pipelines. Pipe sections may have other permanent supports if the pipe is above ground or the lines may be underground.

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Value-Added Marking and Packaging

February 4, 1994
Value-Added Marking and Packaging
Value-Added Marking and Packaging

The photograph above shows a number of fabricated components of a piping system being marked for individual packaging before shipment to the construction site at a chemical plant. The markings correspond to the assembly drawings which are used during construction to assure the many little components are efficiently installed to meet a demanding schedule. Piping Technology & Products, Inc. prepared the detail drawings and fabricated all components for a series of four projects for chemical plants in USA.

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Heavy Duty Beam Clamp Assemblies

June 4, 1993
Heavy Duty Beam Clamp Assemblies
Heavy Duty Beam Clamp Assemblies

Manufactured in Houston, Texas by Piping Technology & Products, heavy duty beam clamp assemblies are used for suspension of heavy loads from standard I-beam and wide flange beams with flange widths to 15” and flange thickness to 1.031”.

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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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