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Figure: 145 & 155
Designed for the suspension of insulated pipe lines. Fig 145 is a combination of our Fig. 160 shield welded to a Fig. 141 hanger & the Fig 155 is a combination of our Fig. 160 shield welded to a Fig. 151 hanger, which ensures that the shield will be installed in conjunction with the hanger. Fig. 145 & 155 allows vertical adjustment after installation and offers maximum protection from crushing of the insulation by the hanger.
Figure: 180, 180F, 181, & 182
Designed for the suspension of non-insulated stationary pipe lines. Fig. 180F has a layer of felt which separates the pipe from the hanger to reduce vibration and sound. Fig. 182 is designed for the suspension of non-insulated stationary copper tubing. When proper adjustment has been obtained, the hanger should be locked in place with an upper locknut.
Designed for use in the suspension of insulated pipe lines to protect the insulation from being crushed by the hanger.
Figure: 141, 141F, 151, & 151F
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.
Figure: 143, 152, & 154
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.
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.
Designed to provide maximum protection to the insulation. The centering ribs are spaced to center the hanger on the shield, providing equal load distribution. The shield is furnished with flared ends to prevent it from cutting into the insulation.
Designed to restrict the upward movement of activated fire sprinkler systems. Grips ring hanger, NOT THE NUT, and allows for fine tuning adjustments.
Supports a pair of insulated flow and return refrigerant lines on 1/4” to 3/8” threaded rod. Simply fold the lock-tab over to secure the lines into the strap. The spring steel hanger grips the rod tightly, and the black zinc coating offers corrosion resistance while matching the insulation color. The clamp can be detached from the rod hanger and used to secure lines to flat surfaces.