Pipe Hangers & Supports

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Extension Split Clamp

Figure: 510R

Function

Designed for non-insulated stationary pipe lines in either a horizontal or vertical position.

Hinged Extension Split Clamp

Figure: 508R

Function

Designed for non-insulated stationary pipe lines in either a horizontal or vertical position. The hinged design allows for a quick installation.

Light Duty & Copper Tubing Clevis Hangers

Figure: 440, 440F, 441, & 442

Function

Designed for the suspension of non-insulated stationary pipe lines in light duty applications. Fig. 440F has a layer of felt which helps to reduce sound and vibration. Fig. 442 Copper Color Epoxy Finish – designed for the suspension of non-insulated stationary copper tubing.

NFPA Swivel Ring Hangers & Swivel Ring Hangers

Figure: 141, 141F, 151, & 151F

Function

Designed for the suspension of non-insulated stationary pipe lines. The knurled insert nut allows for vertical adjustment after installation. Fig. 141 and 141F knurled insert nut is tapped to NFPA reduced rod size standards. Fig. 141F and 151F have a layer of felt which separates the pipe from the hanger to reduce vibration and sound.

Pipe Saddle Support With Stud

Figure: 874

Function

Designed for support of horizontal pipe from floor stand where vertical adjustment is required. Shank will fit into Schedule 40 pipe size stand “B”.

PVC Coated & Copper Tubing Swivel Ring Hangers

Figure: 143, 152, & 154

Function

Fig. 143: Designed for the suspension of non-insulated stationary pipe lines. Frequently used with aluminum, glass, plastic, brass or copper pipe lines. Fig. 143 is NOT compatible with CPVC pipe. The PVC coating on Fig. 143 & 154 protects the tubing from contact with the metal surface of the hanger.

Fig. 152 & 154: Designed for the suspension of non-insulated stationary copper tubing. The knurled insert allows for vertical adjustment after installation.

Standard Clevis Hangers

Figure: 450, 450F, 451, 451F, 453, & 454

Function

Designed for the suspension of non-insulated stationary pipe lines. Fig. 450F has a layer of felt which separates the pipe from the hanger to reduce vibration and sound. The PVC coating on Fig. 453 protects the pipe from the metal surface of the hanger.

Surge Restraint

Figure: 055

Function

Designed to restrict the upward movement of activated fire sprinkler systems. Grips ring hanger, NOT THE NUT, and allows for fine tuning adjustments.