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Designed for installation in metal concrete deck forms to provide a means to support piping and equipment.
Figure: 940, 941, & 942
Designed to provide a means for attaching hanger rod to wood beams or ceilings.
Designed for use as a structural attachment to a concrete ceiling. Normally used in conjunction with Fig. 35 weldless eye nut or Fig. 55 welded eye rod.
Figure: 950, 951, 950N, & 951N
Designed to be embedded in concrete to provide a means of suspending pipe from ceilings. The insert is held in place by nailing it to the forms, until the concrete is poured. The insert comes with a snap-out plug to keep the inner housing clean during pouring of the concrete. After the concrete has set, the plug is removed, exposing the inner housing. The rod should be tightened until it touches the top of the insert, but should not be forced further to avoid damage to the insert.
Designed for attaching hanger rod to a concrete ceiling.
Figure: 980 & 982
Designed to dampen sound vibration and prevent transmission of sound to the building structure. The felt is coated with a non-conducting binder to resist effects of moisture, abrasion and temperature and is chemically treated to repel vermin.
Figure: 970, 970F, & 973
Designed for the suspension of stationary piping systems. The “T” slot in the hanger permits the side bolt to be installed after installation and setting of pipe. The side hole permits optional wall mounting. Fig. 970F has a layer of felt which helps to reduce vibration and sound.