Register for the Pre-Insulated Pipe Supports Webinar (Cryogenic/High Temp.)

September 2, 2015

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Pre-Insulated Pipe Supports

This presentation will cover Pre-Insulated Pipe Supports, including pipe insulation products for both cryogenic and heat applications. Learn about the different types of insulation materials and get the inside scoop on our cold shoe design. Explore how Polyurethane foam is produced, from mixing polyols and isocyanates to inspecting the final product. Learn about anchor shoe testing, lateral load testing, compressive strength testing, and axial load testing.

The featured presenter, David Baker has over 12 years experience with pre-insulated pipe supports, on-site surveys, inspections, Installation and Maintenance. He is also the manager of PT&P’s Field Service division and our in-house consultant for pre-insulated pipe supports.

Insulated Pipe Supports Designed for Cryogenic Temperatures Down to -320°F in an LNG facility

May 31, 2011

Insulated Pipe Supports Designed For Cryogenic Temperatures Down To 320°F In An Lng Facility

Insulated Pipe Supports Designed For Cryogenic Temperatures Down To 320°F In An Lng Facility

A total of 295 cryogenic pipe supports ranging from 4″ to 38″ NPS were designed for a LNG regasification facility in India. The shoe and bearing plates were fabricated from carbon steel, the jacket was fabricated from aluminized steel and includes a vapor barrier. 20 PCF high density polyurethane foam was used for the insulation.

Do you see a need for cryogenic supports in your piping system? Get pricing today!

Sliding Cryogenic Insulated Supports for a 60" Diameter Vapor Line

October 25, 2010
Sliding Cryogenic Insulated Supports For A 60&Quot; Diameter Vapor Line
Sliding Cryogenic Insulated Supports

These sliding cryoshoes are fabricated from carbon steel with 2″ thick polyurethane insulation. The polyurethane is 20 lb. density, which has a compressive strength of 500 psi and a tensile strength of 600 psi. The cold shoes are designed for temperatures as low as -300°F and for loads up to 3,500 lb. They will be used to support a 60″ diameter low temperature vapor line in a Texas facility.

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