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Sway Brace Pipe Attachment

Size: Pipe size 1” (25) thru 6” (150). Install: Place over the pipe to be braced, adjust brace angle, and insert bracing pipe through opening leaving a minimum of 1” (25.4) extending from attachment. Brace pipe can be installed on top or bottom of pipe to be braced but must be a minimum of 6”

Clamping Pipe Attachment

Size: Pipe sizes 2” thru 8”. Can use 1” thru 2” SCH 40 pipe, structural steel, and PHD 12 gauge strut channel (1001 & 1201) as sway bracing elements. Install: Place attachment around pipe to be braced, positioning brace attachment as needed, then tighten clamping bolts and nuts finger tight.  Insert brace component into fitting

Sway Brace Structural Adapter

Size: Braces up to 8” Pipe MAX. Attaches to 3/8” MINIMUM and 11/4” MAX thick structural members. When attaching to a structure less than 3/8” thick, please see PHD Manufacturing Fig. 035. Install: Place on structural member with the flange contacting the back of the jaw. Tighten set screws finger tight, then evenly tighten until

Supporting Pipe Attachment

Size: Pipe sizes 2” thru 8”. Refer to PHD Structural attachment fitting literature regarding appropriate brace members, sizes, and further loading limitations. Install: Attach PHD Manufacturing structural attachment fitting, Fig. 030 (sold separately), to Fig. 040 using supplied fastener.  Place the assembly around the pipe to be braced, positioning welded clevis on top of the

Large Sway Brace Pipe Attachment

Size: Pipe size 21/2” thru 8”. Install: Place over the pipe to be braced, adjust brace angle, and insert bracing pipe through opening leaving a minimum of 1” extending from attachment. Brace pipe can be installed on top or bottom of pipe to be braced but must be a minimum of 6” away from a

Pipe Slide Assembly

Approvals: Complies with Federal Specifications A-A-1192A (Type 35) and Manufacturers’ Standardization Society ANSI/SP-58 (Type 35). Ordering: Specify figure number, type, finish, and any additional options. Maximum Temperature: 750°F (399°C) PTFE Temperature Range: -20°F to 400°F (-29°C to 204°C) Additional Options: -Extended travels -Extended tee heights -End plates -Clamps -Base plate with mounting holes View Data Sheet