What can be attached to structural site components to support the vertical load of the pipe?

February 11, 2011

You can use a variety of components. The most common would be astructural welding lug or a welded beam attachment. Where welding is notpermitted you can use either beam clamps or bolted plate connections such asthe clevis plate Fig. 73 or single lug plate Fig. 74.

10" Beam Clamp Assemblies for an Electric Plant in West Virginia

October 17, 2007
10" Beam Clamp Assemblies for an Electric Plant in West Virginia
10" Beam Clamp Assemblies for an Electric Plant in West Virginia
10" Beam Clamp Assemblies for an Electric Plant in West Virginia
Beam Clamp

These beam clamp assemblies are fabricated from carbon steel with a hot-dipped galvanized finish. The clamp is designed to support a pipe that is 10″ in diameter and is capable of loads up to 3,600 lb. The rod measures 7/8″ in diameter.

The function of the beam clamp assembly is to support the pipe and allow it to swing. The clamp requires no welding which allows for a quick and easy installation.

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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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