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Designed for bracing pipe against sway and seismic disturbances. Universal swivel design allows for attachment at any surface angle combined with concentric loading. Structure attachment fitting designed to use 1″ through 2″ SCH 40 pipe, structural steel, and PHD 12 gauge strut channel (1001 & 1201) as sway bracing elements. No bracing member thicker than 3/8″ can be used with this product. Utilize the Fig. 030 with a PHD Manufacturing pipe attachment fitting and a bracing element to form a complete sway brace assembly. Sway brace assemblies are intended to be installed in accordance with NFPA 13 and the manufacturer’s installation instructions.
Designed for bracing pipe against sway and seismic disturbance. Versatile design allows for attachment at any angle and the ability to be used in a lateral or longitudinal bracing configuration. The pipe attachment component of a sway brace system used in conjunction with a PHD Manufacturing structural attachment fitting and joined together with a bracing element form a complete sway brace assembly. Sway brace assemblies are intended to be installed in accordance with NFPA 13 and the manufacturer’s installation instructions.
Designed for use as a vertical hanger attachment to wood structures.
Figure: 47D, 47S, & 47W
47D – Designed to function as a drill, drilling its own hole and as an anchor. The tapered chuck end of the anchor is attached to an air hammer, then after drilling is complete, the tapered end snaps off leaving the anchor flush with the wall. Useful when
a large number of anchors are to be installed.
47S – Designed to be inserted into a pre-drilled hole and set into place by means of a setting tool.
47W – Designed to be driven into a pre-drilled hole. The expansion of the case is controlled by the tightening of the nut, this eliminates the need for an exact hole size. Useful in applications where a high resistance to vibratory loads is desired.
Figure: 552 & 554
Designed for supporting and stabilizing vertical tubing runs. The PVC coating on Fig. 554 protects the tube from the metal surface of the clamp.
Designed to support CPVC pipe horizontally from the side of a beam. Fig. 075 must be installed with the mounting tab oriented over top of piping on the side of a beam. It can only be used as a guide on top of beam or on vertical piping. Fig. 075 may be installed onto wood using supplied fasteners or into, minimum 20 gauge, steel using one 1/4″ x l” tek type screw. Features flared edges to protect piping as it slides through the installed fitting.