These variable spring hanger and pipe clamp assemblies were custom designed for pipes ranging from 6″ to 20″ diameters at a co-generation plant in Canada. The spring can, threaded rods, weldless eyenuts, welded beam attachments and Fig. 80 pipe clamps were fabricated from hot-dipped galvanized carbon steel. The assemblies are capable of an overall load of 10,790 lb. with a total travel of 1/2″. A total of 21 spring hanger and clamp assemblies underwent standard load and travel testing.
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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.
Piping Design and Analysis Influence on Pipe Support Selection and Design
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