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Designed for the suspension of stationary (A.W.W.A.) ductile iron and cast iron pipe.
Designed for the suspension of insulated stationary pipe lines. The elongated design permits the insulation to encompass the hanger, while maintaining a clearance between the insulation and the cross bolt. This allows the installation of the insulation to be more economical due to the fact that less cutting and fitting is required.
Figure: 455 & 456
Designed for the suspension of stationary insulated pipe lines. Fig. 455 is a combination of our Fig. 160 shield welded to a Fig. 450 clevis hanger which ensures that the shield will be installed in conjunction with the hanger. The shield is furnished with flared ends to prevent it from cutting into the insulation.
Figure: 440, 440F, 441, & 442
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.
Figure: 450V & 450T
Designed for the suspension of flexible plastic pipe lines. 450V used in conjunction with Fig. 450T. Fig. 450T is designed for use with Fig. 450V as a support for plastic or other flexible pipe systems. Hangers should be placed as close to the trough joints as possible.
Figure: 145, 155, 160, 170, & 455
Designed to serve as a guide for determining the proper insulation protection shield for standard pipe or tube sizes and insulation thicknesses.
Figure: 425 & 426
Designed for the suspension of non-insulated stationary pipe lines in applications where protection from corrosive environments is desired. Frequently specified for areas requiring the ultimate in sanitation. Another benefit includes a reduction of long term maintenance costs, due to the corrosive resistant properties of stainless steel.
Figure: 450, 450F, 451, 451F, 453, & 454
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.