Sway Strut & 3-Bolt Pipe Clamp Assemblies Designed for a Power Plant in California

August 12, 2019

 

Sway Strut & 3-Bolt Pipe Clamp Assemblies Designed for a Power Plant in California

Type: Sway Strut & 3-Bolt Pipe Clamp Assembly
Size: 30″ NPS | 44-1/8″ CC | 4″ Adjustment
Material: Carbon Steel | 304 Stainless Steel
Design: Restrain Tensile/Compressive Force in 1 Direction
Permit Movement in Other Directions

PT&P fabricated and designed sway strut and 3-bolt pipe clamp assemblies for a power plant in California. The assemblies are manufactured from carbon steel with 304 stainless steel load pins. They are designed for a 30” diameter pipe. The sway strut has a cc of 44–1/8” and 4” adjustment. The sway struts are designed to restrain either tensile or compressive force in one direction while providing for movement due to thermal expansion or contraction in other directions.

Pipe Support Field Inspection, Installation & Maintenance

November 27, 2017

** Turn up your speakers to hear the audio. Please be patient as the screen will become visible
shortly after the speaker begins the presentation. You may click the monitor icon below each
video to view the webinar in full-screen mode.

NOTE: PDH credits are NOT offered for our recorded webinars.

How to Install a Sway Strut

October 9, 2017

Shock Control, Restraint, and Support Devices Webinar

** Turn up your speakers to hear the audio. Please be patient as the screen will become visible
shortly after the speaker begins the presentation. You may click the monitor icon below each
video to view the webinar in full-screen mode.

NOTE: PDH credits are NOT offered for our recorded webinars.

View the Slides for Above Webinar Here

Shock Control, Restraint & Support Devices Webinar

June 9, 2016

This webinar is over, view the recording in the webinar archives

140,000 lb. Load Adjustable Hydraulic SnubbersExplore the various applications of snubbers, sway braces and sway struts in piping systems and equipment. Learn how these products help prevent pipe system failure due to seismic loads, flow transients, wind loads, safety valve thrust loads or pipe rupture. Discover the various tests performed within PT&P’s facility to ensure product quality, including cycle testing, travel testing and load testing. Finally, view the value-added services offered by PT&P and rest assure that your shock control, restraint and support device needs can be covered by our 24×7 web-based emergency services, field services and quick-turn around time when you need it most.

The featured presenter, Jerry Godina has over 13 years experience as a pipe support designer and manages PT&P’s engineer training development program. He also inspects existing supports, consults on site remediation projects and oversees installation on a regular basis.

Custom Sway Strut and Pipe Clamp Assemblies for an LNG Plant in Australia

January 22, 2016

Custom Sway Strut and Pipe Clamp Assemblies for an LNG Plant in Australia

PT&P fabricated and designed 52 of these custom sway strut assemblies for a liquid natural gas plant in Australia. These are manufactured from carbon steel with 304 stainless steel pins. The pipe sizes range from 2”-72” diameter, with a total length ranging from 27” to 137”. The sway struts are fabricated to restrain either tensile or compressive force in one direction while providing for movement due to thermal expansion or contraction in another direction. These sway struts have an operating temperature of 650°F and are designed for operating loads ranging of 650 lb. to 120,000 lb.

Special Sway Struts Designed for an LNG Plant in Australia

January 11, 2016

Special Sway Struts Designed for an LNG Plant in Australia

PT&P custom designed and fabricated 67 mini sway strut assemblies for a liquid natural gas plant in Australia. The sway struts are fabricated from galvanized carbon steel with 304 stainless steel pins. They are 14-7/16” long and capable of a 62,200 lb. load with an operating temperature of 650°F. The sway struts are fabricated to restrain either tensile or compressive force in one direction while providing for movement due to thermal expansion or contraction in another direction.

14 Foot Long Sway Struts Custom Designed for a Natural Gas Facility in Canada

March 8, 2015

14 Foot Long Sway Struts Custom Designed for a Gas Facility in Canada

PT&P custom designed sway struts for a pipeline in a natural gas facility located in Canada. The sway struts are fabricated from carbon steel and include a painted finish for corrosion protection. The lengths range from 106″ to 173″. They are capable of supporting loads up to 8,000 lb. and are designed to restrain movement in one direction while providing movement due to thermal expansion or contraction in another direction.

Sway Strut and Pipe Clamp Assemblies Designed for a Natural Gas Facility in Canada

October 18, 2013

Sway Strut and Pipe Clamp Assemblies Designed for a Natural Gas Facility in Canada

PT&P designed sway strut and pipe clamp assemblies for a pipeline at a natural gas facility located in Canada. The sway struts are 87-1/2″ in length and the clamps are designed for pipes ranging from 6″ to 42″ in diameter. The assemblies are designed for operating loads ranging between 3,300 lb. to 20,000 lb., with an operating temperature of 392°F and 9mm -20mm of allocated vertical movement. A load test was performed on the assemblies prior to shipment.



2 Sway Strut Hangers for a Power Generating Station

December 21, 2005
 2 Sway Strut Hangers for a Power Generating Station
2 Sway Strut Hangers for a Power Generating Station

 2 Sway Strut Hangers for a Power Generating Station
Alternate View of Sway Struts

Sway struts are used to restrain movement of piping in one direction while providing for movement due to thermal expansion or contraction in another direction. These sway struts are made of ASTM A387 GR22 weighing at 1,485 lbs each. They are 6″ in diameter and 8’2″ long and are used for main steam valve supports with specifically designed spacers, pins, and retainers capable of restraining movement up to 90,000 lbs at high temperatures exceeding 750F. The turnaround time for this was 6 weeks.

Do you see a need for sway struts in your current application? Get pricing today!
request-a-quote


Top