Threaded Accessories

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Threaded Accessories

Figure: 020, 10, 15, 15L, 20, 21, 25, 30, 35, 35L, 36, 37, 38, 38L, 40, 41, 45, 47, 48, 50, 55, 50L, 55L, 90, 91, 93, 94, 90S, 95, 100, 104, 105, 110, 110H, 130, 134, 135, 136, & 960

Function

Designed to connect hangers to different types of structures and attachments. A wide range of types and sizes are available for various applications

Threaded Studs

Figure: 10

Function

Designed for use in pipe hanger assemblies.

Machine Thread Hanger Rod

Figure: 15 & 15L

Function

Designed for use in pipe hanger assemblies. Right-Hand Threads (Fig. 15) or Left-Hand Threads (Fig. 15L).

Rod Swivel Attachment

Figure: 020

Function

May be used as a branch line restraint for structural attachment. May be used in a pitched or sloped roof application, to meet requirements of NFPA 13, or may be used as an upper attachment with short hanger rod to omit seismic bracing.

Continuous Threaded Rod

Figure: 20 & 21

Function

Useful in applications where stud lengths cannot be predetermined.

Extension Piece

Figure: 25

Function

Designed for attaching hanger rod to various types of attachments. Allows for vertical adjustment of the rod. Frequently used in conjunction with Fig. 630 malleable iron beam clamp.

Eye Socket

Figure: 30

Function

Designed for attaching hanger rod to various types of hanger attachments.

Weldless Eye Nut

Figure: 35 & 35L

Function

Designed for use in high strength and high temperature piping applications. Fig. 35L is designed to be used in conjunction with Fig. 960 forged steel turnbuckle, in applications where a vertical adjustment may be necessary. Right-Hand Threads (Fig. 35) or Left-Hand Threads (Fig. 35L).

Steel Eye Socket

Figure: 36

Function

Designed for attaching hanger rod to structures. Secured with listed fasteners.

Steel Eye Socket

Figure: 37

Function

Designed for attaching hanger rod to wood structures. Secured with Fig. 45 lag screw or two Fig. 48 wood drive screws, see chart.