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Welding Lugs

Figure: 935 & 936


Designed to be welded to the underside of structural members to provide a means of supporting rod attachments. Used in conjunction with Fig. 38 forged steel clevis. Long Welding Lug (Fig. 935) or Short Welding Lug (Fig. 936)

Ceiling Flanges

Figure: 940, 941, & 942


Designed to provide a means for attaching hanger rod to wood beams or ceilings.

Hex Head Bolt

Figure: 41


Designed for use as a fastening device.

Pipe Roller Selection Guide

Figure: 460, 470, 475, 480, 480D, 485, 486, 487, 488, 490,, 495, & 496


Designed to serve as a guide for determining the proper pipe roller support size for standard pipe sizes and insulation thicknesses.

Short Pipe Strap

Figure: 830


Designed to hold pipe flush with mounting surface.




Designed for use as a fastening device to wood structures.


One Hole Strap

Figure: 835 - 837


Designed for the support of standard steel pipe (Fig. 835), copper tube (Fig. 836), or EMT conduit (Fig. 837) on walls or sides of beams. Not recommended for use horizontally, on ceilings, or bottoms of beams.

Steel Ceiling Plate

Figure: 945 & 946


Designed to provide a means for attaching hanger rod to wood beams or ceilings. The copper finish is for product identification only and is not intended for corrosion resistance.

Concrete Anchors

Figure: 47S & 47W


47S: Designed to be inserted into a pre-drilled hole and set into place by means of a setting tool.

47W: Designed to be driven into a pre-drilled hole. The expansion of the case is controlled by the tightening of the nut, this eliminates the need for an exact hole size. Useful in applications where a high resistance to vibratory loads is desired.


Concrete Inserts

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 Fig. 950N and 951N Concrete Insert Nuts can be installed and the rod fastened to the nut. The rod should touch the inside top of the insert but should not be forced to avoid damaging the insert.