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Retaining Strap For Fig. 345, 350, & 360

Figure: 359


Designed for use with Fig. 345, Fig. 350, and Fig. 360 to offer more secure fastening of beam clamps to beam where seismic protection is provided.

Reversible Side Beam Angle Bracket

Figure: 925


Designed for attaching hanger rod to the side of beams or walls. Fig. 925 can accommodate either 3/8” or 1/2” rod.

Steel Eye Socket

Figure: 37


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

TRH Hanging System

Figure: TRH


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.

Clevis Series Klo-Shure Hanger For Elastomeric Insulation

Figure: 703025 - 708362


Designed for the suspension of stationary insulated OD tube or nominal pipe lines utilizing elastomeric insulation.

Forged Steel Clevis

Figure: 38 & 38L


Designed for use as a convenient method of connecting hanger rods to pipe lugs, angles, etc. As a structural attachment it is most commonly used in conjunction with Fig. 935 welding lug. Right-Hand Threads (Fig. 38) or Left-Hand Threads (Fig. 38L).

Import Wide Mouth Beam Clamp

Figure: 360


Designed for attaching hanger rod to the top flange of a beam or bar joist, where the flange thickness does not exceed 11/4” (31.75mm). The open U design permits rod adjustment.

Roller Socket

Figure: 496


Designed for use with Fig. 495.

Square Plate Washer

Figure: 930


Designed as a heavy-duty washer to suspend hanger rods.

Washer For Fig. 590

Figure: 595


Designed to secure tie rods when used in conjunction with Fig. 590 four bolt underground pipe clamp.