Cable Tray Support Rack Fabricated for a Groundwater Remediation

August 30, 2021

Cable Tray Support Rack Fabricated for a Groundwater Remediation

PT&P provided a cable tray support rack to a groundwater treatment facility in California. Groundwater remediation is a process whereby groundwater is purified by removing pollutants and containments rendering the water useful for crop irrigation and industrial processes. Groundwater remediation techniques can include but are not limited to, oxygen gas injection, dual-phase extraction, membrane separation, carbon absorption, and chemical oxidation. Cable trays, used in this facility, were designed to suspend electrical cables, wiring, and small-bore piping throughout the facility. Cable trays are also used in biochemical plants, solar power plants, sports stadiums, green energy plants, as well as, traditional plants such as petroleum refineries, chemical and coal-fired power plants. As a general rule, cable trays protect and carry cable and wiring from point “A” to “B” inside the facility.

This section of cable tray in the photograph (blue in color) is 25’ long, 7’ wide, and 11’ tall completely assembled. It is fabricated from carbon steel and painted with a highly chemically resistant epoxy mastic designed for immersion conditions to protect against corrosion in marine or industrial conditions. PT&P can fabricate any combination of instrument stands and structural supports from floor mounts, wall mounts to secondary supports, and more. In addition, we have the capabilities to do what few other structural fabricators can do including:

– Complete Engineering designs including FEA (Ansys) and Structural Engineering (STAAD)
– Load Testing
– Incorporation of Contact Corrosion Solutions including TPI (half-round thermoplastic) and FRP
– Incorporation of Vibration Control Solutions
– Ability to fabricate with a wide variety of metals including all grades of Stainless and Nickel Super Alloys

PT&P has worked on and is working on some of the largest water remediation projects in the US where we have supplied expansion joints, variables, fire protection insulated supports, and structural pipe supports. Our ASME shop is large, local to the United States, and includes heavy-duty equipment and specially trained personnel with over 45 years of experience making this division of PT&P ideal for large-scale projects such as this structural support as we can leverage our massive manufacturing scale and expertise.

Structural Supports Custom Designed for a Liquefaction Project

May 22, 2017

Structural Supports Custom Designed for a Liquefaction Project

Type: Structural Supports
Size: 6″ x 12″ to 6″ x 18″
Material: Carbon Steel with HDG Finish
Testing: Standard Q.C. Inspection

Piping Technology & Products custom designed these structural supports to provide base support for pipes at a liquid natural gas (LNG) facility in Louisiana. The supports are fabricated from carbon steel with a hot-dipped galvanized finish. Sizes range from 6″ x 12″ to 6″ x 18″ and all supports underwent a quality control inspection prior to shipment.

Pipe Clamp Design, Application & Installation Webinar

June 23, 2016

This webinar is over, view the recording in webinar archives

pipe-clamp-webinar_v28This presentation will cover Pipe Clamps, including Hold-Down Clamps, Riser Clamps, Clevis Hangers, Yoke U-Bolt Clamps and Structural Supports. Learn how the appropriate type of pipe support is chosen based on the different design conditions. Find out how Finite Element Analysis is used in the design process and view the custom pipe supports designed for extreme applications.

 

Over 8,000 Instrument Stands Designed for an LNG Facility

December 22, 2014

Instrument Stands Designed to Mount Instrument Panels in an LNG Facility

PT&P manufactured custom instrument stands designed to mount instrument panels in an LNG facility located in Australia. We are supplying 8,000 assemblies fabricated from carbon steel with a hot-dipped galvanized finish. The average size measures 68″ in length, 22″ in width and 82″ in height. Total weight to be shipped is over 800,000 pounds. All assemblies underwent quality control inspection prior to shipment.

Structural Supports Designed for Instrument Panels in an LNG Facility

November 21, 2014

Structural Supports Designed for Instrument Panels in an LNG Facility

These structural supports were designed to mount instrument panels in a liquid natural gas facility in Australia. All 72 assemblies were fabricated from carbon steel with a hot-dipped galvanized finish. The dimensions are 68″ x 82″ x 10″ and all assemblies underwent quality control inspection prior to shipment.

Pipe Clamp Design, Application & Installation Webinar

April 5, 2012

This Webinar is over… view the recording at www.pipingtech.com/webinar
 

** Webinar is worth 1 PDH Credit for TX Professional Engineers

pipe clamp webinar v28

This presentation will cover Pipe Clamps, including Hold-Down Clamps, Riser Clamps, Clevis Hangers, Yoke U-Bolt Clamps and Structural Supports. Learn how the appropriate type of pipe support is chosen based on the different design conditions. Find out how Finite Element Analysis is used in the design process and view the custom pipe supports designed for extreme applications.

 

Structural Supports for Vessels in an Oil Refinery in Texas

November 22, 2010

Structural Supports for Vessels in an Oil Refinery in Texas

20 vessel supports ranging in length from 30″ to 84″ were manufactured for an oil refinery in Texas. The structural supports will be attached to existing vessels to assist in supporting the nearby pipes and piping system. The supports were fabricated from carbon steel and coated with a hot-dipped galvanize finish to prevent corrosion.

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Structural Supports Coated with Red Oxide Primer for a Power Plant

September 1, 2010

Structural Supports Coated with Red Oxide Primer for a Power Plant

The structural pipe supports are fabricated from carbon steel and coated with red oxide primer. The structural steel will be stored in a warehouse for several months while the power plant is being built. Due to the plant’s location along the United States East Coast, the use of the red oxide primer was selected. Also, modifications were made to our standard “insulation saddles” to allow for a higher load capacity; which can be seen in the foreground of the image above.

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