CPVC Straps

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CPVC Two-Hole Pipe Strap

Figure: 070

Function

Designed to support CPVC pipe horizontally from the side or bottom of beam.  Fig. 070 can only be used as a guide on top of beam or on vertical piping. Fig. 070 also acts as a restrainer to prevent the thrust of a sprinkler head during activation when mounted on top of structure.  Fig. 070 may be installed onto wood using supplied fasteners or into, minimum 20 gauge, steel using two 1/4” X 1” tek type screws (not included).  Features flared edges to protect piping as it slides through the installed fitting and retaining dimples to allow for easy installation onto pipe.

CPVC One-Hole Wrap Around

Figure: 075

Function

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.  Fig. 075 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 1” tek type screw (not included).  Features flared edges to protect piping as it slides through the installed fitting.

CPVC Two-Hole Stand Off Strap

Figure: 076

Function

Designed to support CPVC pipe horizontally from the side or bottom of beam, or composite wood joists with a minimum of 3/8” web thickness.  Fig. 076 can only be used as a guide on top of beam or on vertical piping.  Fig. 076 may be installed onto wood using supplied fasteners or into, minimum 18 gauge, steel using two 1/4” X 1” tek type screws (not included). Features flared edges to protect piping as it slides through the installed fitting.

CPVC Two-Hole Side Mount Strap

Figure: 077

Function

Designed to support CPVC pipe horizontally from the side or bottom of beam.  Fig. 077 can only be used as a guide on top of beam or on vertical piping.  Fig. 077 also acts as a restrainer to prevent the thrust of a sprinkler head during activation when mounted on top of structure.  Fig. 077 may be installed onto wood using supplied fasteners or into, minimum 20 gauge, steel using two 1/4” X 1” tek type screws (not included). Features flared edges to protect piping and retaining dimples to allow for easy installation onto pipe.