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Figure: 160, 165, 166, 167, 168, 170, 651, 653, 654, 654, 656, & 658
Protection shields and saddles are designed to prevent damage to pipe insulation.
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.
Figure: 165 & 166
Designed for the insulation of iron pipe (Fig. 165) or copper tube (Fig. 166). The one piece self-locking design allows for easier and faster installation and eliminates the need for a separate shield.
Figure: 167 & 168
Designed for the insulation of iron pipe (Fig. 167) or copper tube (Fig. 168). The two piece non-locking design eliminates the need for a separate shield.
Designed for use in the suspension of insulated pipe lines to protect the insulation from being crushed by the hanger.
Figure: 651 - 658
Designed to protect insulation on high temperature pipe lines. The saddle is furnished with notches to minimize surface contact with the pipe, thereby keeping heat loss to a minimum.
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.