PT&P designed and manufactured these variable spring hanger assemblies for an upstream and valve project in Thailand. The variables clamp sizes range from 6″ to 12″ diameter with installed heights ranging from 6-8/8″ to 12-1/4″ from the structure to the center of the pipe. The B-Type pipe hanger assembly uses coil springs to support the load and allow for some movement. They are furnished with one lug welded to the top of the spring casing which allows the assembly to be suspended from structural members for pipe support. All forty-seven variable spring supports were quality checked with a 100% spring coil deflection test and a load cell calibration to set the assemblies at the prescribed installed load.
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