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 TYPE                                 DESCRIPTION  

 PART NUMBER          


                                                                                                                                                                     
Figure 1A Band Hanger        

Designed to support non-insulated, stationary lines from above.
The lower nut (not furnished) adjusts the pipe line to the proper
elevation, while the top nut (not furnished) prevents loosening
due to vibration, and must be tightened securely to assure proper
hanger performance. For copper tubing please see our Figure 1A CT.
For plastic coated please see our Figure 1A PVC.

   Figure 1A   
 Figure 34 Hinge Hanger  

 

Designed to support non-insulated, stationary lines from above.
The hinged design is easier to install making it ideal for retrofit needs.
The Figure 38 Hanger Adjuster is commonly used to connect to this part
(see Rods & Attachments). For Copper Tubing please see the Figure 34CT.

   Figure 34
 Figure 72 Pipe Clip   The Figure 72 is designed to hold pipe flush to the mounting surface.
A reinforcing bead through the center adds strength to the product.
Our Figure 72CT is available for copper tubing lines.
   Figure 72
 Figures 81, 81BRT, 81PT, 81SG Extension Ring Hanger   This split ring hanger is designed for the support of non-insulated
stationary pipe lines. Also available in a two screw design. The Figure 85 
Ceiling Plate is normally used with this product.
   Figure 81
 Figure 89 Riser Clamp   The Figure 89 is normally used for the support of uninsulated
vertical piping where no movement will occur. This product is
not intended for use with hanger rods.
   Figure 89
 Figures 90, 90PT Split Ring Hanger, Double-Tapping   This split ring hanger is designed for the support of non-insulated
stationary pipe lines, one pipe line under the other, by means of
a pipe nipple or threaded rods. Figure 85 Ceiling Plate
is normally used with this product.The combined loads for all hangers
used must not exceed the rating of the structural attachment.
   Figure 90
 Figures 91, 91Z Heavy-Duty, Three-Bolt Clamp   The Figure 91 is designed to accommodate higher loads than
the Figure 304 for insulated piping. The spacer on the top inner
bolt provides uniform space for the connecting eyerod or weldless
eyenut. Rated loads are for up to 750° F (399° C).
   Figure 91
 Figures 100, 100SS Clevis Hanger   Designed to support non-insulated, stationary lines from above
allowing for approximately 1" to 1 1⁄2" of vertical adjustment after
the pipe is in place.The lower nut (not furnished) adjusts the pipe
line to the proper elevation, the top nut (not furnished) prevents
loosening due to vibration, and must be tightened securely to
assure proper hanger performance. Rated Loads are for up to
650° F (343° C) for carbon steel. Maximum PVC temperature is
140° F (60° C). 
   Figure 100
 Figure 100DI Clevis Hanger for Ductile Iron Pipe   Designed to support non-insulated, stationary ductile iron and
A.W.W.A. cast iron lines from above allowing for approximately 1"
to 1 1⁄2" of vertical adjustment after the pipe is in place. The lower nut
(not furnished) adjusts the pipe line to the proper elevation, the top
nut (not furnished) prevents loosening due to vibration, and must be
tightened securely to assure proper hanger performance.
   Figure 100DI        
 Figure 100EL Elongated Clevis Hanger   The 100EL is designed for the suspension of insulated
stationary pipe lines. It will accommodate 2 inches (51mm)
of insulation up to 1 1⁄2" (40mm) pipe, and 4 inches
(102mm) of insulation for pipe 2" (50mm) and larger.
Hanger locking nut above the clevis must be tightened
securely to assure proper hanger performance. The nuts are
not included.
Rated Loads are for up to 650° F (343° C). 
   Figure 100EL 
 Figure 100SH Refrigeration Hanger & Shield   This hanger is a combination of the Figure 100 (above) and
Figure 265 where the protection shield is welded to the
clevis hanger. Designed to support insulated, stationary
lines from above and prevent crushing the insulation or
breaking the vapor barrier. It allows for approximately
1" to 1 1⁄2" of vertical adjustment after the pipe is in
place. The lower nut (not furnished) adjusts the pipe
line to the proper elevation, the top nut (not furnished)
prevents loosening due to vibration, and must be tightened
securely to assure proper hanger performance.
   Figure 100SH 
 Figure 101 Adjustable Pipe Support   The Figure 101 is used for support of piping from below
without welding to the pipe and consists of a steel saddle,
nipple, and pipe reducer. It connects to a threaded pipe
standard and base which is also available, ordered separately,
as our Figure 138.
Rated loads are for up to 650° F (343° C).
   Figure 101
 Figure 101U Adjustable Floor Support   The Figure 101U is used for support of piping from below
without welding where there is no axial or transverse movement.
It connects to a threaded pipe standard and base.
Made special to customer order.
Rated loads are for up to 650°F (343°C).
   Figure 101U
Figure 111 Wire Pipe Hook    The Wire Pipe Hook is made of special hard drawn wire,
extra Heavy gauge. The driving head is bent so as to make
it easy to drive. The point is cut to a sharp nail point which
will penetrate either hard or soft wood without bending. It
can be used on pipes in various orientations.
   Figure 111
 Figure 114 Short Clip   Sprinkler Clips are used where piping runs close to the
ceilings or beams. Holes are drilled for No.18 wood screws
and 1⁄4" bolts can be used on all sizes.
   Figure 114
 Figure 124 Riser Clamp   This product is designed to support vertical piping by
resting on shear lugs welded to the pipe. Shear lugs are
not supplied.
The stated Maximum Loads are based upon the use of the
clamp as a rigid support. Use of the clamp with springs
units will double the given Maximum Loads. Rated loads
are for up to 650° F (343° C).
   Figure 124 
 Figure 125 Pipe Stanchion with U-bolt   The Figure 125 is used for support of piping from below
without welding to the pipe.
Rated loads are for up to 650° F (343° C).
   Figure 125
Figure 125SP Floor Support    Both Figure 125SP and 136SP (below) are intended
to support piping from below where there is no axial or
transverse movement.
Made special to customer design requirements,either
may be furnished with holes in the base for bolting, or
with no holes for welding. 
   Figure 125SP
 Figure 126 Extension Riser Clamp   The Figure 126 is designed for the support or steadying
of vertical pipe risers. It is made of carbon steel and is
designed to hold tight to the pipe, transmitting the load to
the structure through the ears on each end. When possible
the clamp should be placed under a coupling, hub, or lugs
welded to the pipe.
NOTE: This product is not designed to be supported with
rods. Use our Figure 124 when hanger rods are required.
Install using the maximum suggested torque values shown
in the Technical Section of this catalog.
   Figure 126
         
 Figure 126LD Plastic Pipe Riser Clamp   The Figure 126LD is designed for the support or steadying
of vertical PVC pipe risers for DWV applications. It is
designed to hold tight to the pipe, transmitting the load to
the structure through the ears on each end. When possible
the clamp should be placed under a coupling, hub, or lugs
welded to the pipe. For heavier loads please see our Figure
126 above. The Figure 126LD PVC is completely PVC coated.
NOTE: This product is not designed to be supported
with rods.
   Figure 126LD
         
 Figure 127 Anchor Chair   The Figure 127 is composed of two plates, one notched for
the correct pipe size and the other has holes punched for a
U-bolt. Both pieces are welded together. The U-bolt has
sufficient thread to allow for tightening to the pipe.
This anchor is used in conjunction with our Figure 84 and
139 Welded Steel Brackets. A square washer is set under
the lips of angle iron sections of theBracket and nuts tightened
on the U-bolt to prevent movement of the anchor.
Made special to customer order.
   Figure 127
 Figure 136 Pipe Support   The Figure 136 is used in conjunction with a pipe standard and
flange at the base to support piping from below. Both pipe
standard and flange must be ordered separately.
   Figure 136 
 Figure 136SP Floor Support   Both Figure 125SP (above) and 136SP are intended to support piping
from below where there is no axial or transverse movement.
Made special to customer design requirements, can be either
furnished with holes in the base for bolting, or with no holes
for welding.
   Figure 136SP 
 Figure 137 Adjustable Pipe Support   Designed to support pipe from below, the Figure 137 is
used in conjunction with flange or base mounted pipe
column. The stem is threaded its full length and
furnished with a nut to allow for vertical adjustment.
   Figure 137
 Figure 138 Threaded Base Stand   The Figure 138 is designed for use with our Figure 101
and Figure 125.
   Figure 138
 Figure 145 Pipe Chair   Pipe Chairs are used to support piping in underground
trenches or on top of piers above or below ground. This
chair allows from 2 1⁄2" inches to 4" inches clearance
under pipeline.
Made special to customer order.
   Figure 145 
 Figure 158 Ductile iron Pipe Clamp   The Figure 158 can be used to secure mechanical joint
piping or socket fittings together to prevent separation
under pressure either under or above ground, vertically or
horizontally. If used in this fashion two (2) Figure 258
Socket Clamp Washers and Figure 133 Rods are also
required, but must be ordered separately. The Figure 158
may also be used to support and guide vertical Ductile
Iron pipe.
   Figure 158
 Figure 158DB Double-Bolt Ductile Iron Pipe Clamp   The Figure 158DB can be used in the same manner as the
Figure 158 above, except the overall length is longer.
   Figure 158DB
Figure 175, 175SP Two-Bolt Pipe Clamp   Designed to suspend cold or hot pipe lines where little or no
insulation is required. The Figure 175 is usually used with a
Figure 279 Weldless Eyenut, or Figure 93 Welded Eyerod.
See Figure 298 Heavy Duty Two Bolt Clamp when higher
loads are required. We will also design to meet special
requirements such as special pipe sizes, order Figure 175SP.
Rated Loads are for up to 750° F (399° C).
   Figure 175, 175SP 
Figure 179 Offset Pipe Clamp   The Offset Pipe Clamp is used on pipe lines running at
a fixed distance from a wall or floor. The standard
clearance is two inches (51mm) from the O.D. of pipe
to the face of the surface. Non-standard clearances can
be fabricated upon request. 
   Figure 179
Figure 200 Light-Duty Clevis Hanger   Designed to support non-insulated, stationary lines from above
allowing for approximately 1" to 1 1⁄2" of vertical adjustment
after the pipe is in place. The lower nut (not furnished) adjusts
the pipe line to the proper elevation, the top nut (not furnished)
prevents loosening due to vibration, and must be tightened
securely to assure proper hanger performance.
   Figure 200
Figure 200V Vee Clevis Hanger   Designed to support non-insulated, stationary, plastic lines from
above. Used with Figure 200VT Vee Trough (not furnished), below.The
lower nut (not furnished) adjusts the pipe line to the proper elevation,
the top nut (not furnished) prevents loosening due to vibration,
and must be tightened securely to assure proper hanger performance.
   Figure 200V
Figure 200VT Vee Trough   Designed to be used primarily with the Figure 200V as a
support for plastic or other piping where continuous support
is required. Hangers should be placed to adequately support
the ends.
   Figure 200VT
 Figure 221 Wall Pipe Support   The Figure 221 is used to support steel or cast iron pipe
close to walls, piers, or in a trench. These supports can be
made to carry pipelines at various distances from the wall,
Also for Hot Water Tanks 12" inches to 36" inches in
diameter. Prices furnished in accordance with customer
specifications.
Made special to customer order.
   Figure 221
 Figure 222 Short U-Bolt   The Figure 222 is recommended for use as a support
for piping where the tangent lengths are too long to use
a Figure 283. It is supplied with two hex nuts. 
   Figure 222
 Figure 227 Return Line Offset Hook   Designed to support light duty pipe lines with clearance
requirements that run along walls or beams. 
   Figure 227
 Figure 227S Return Line Hook   Designed to support light duty pipe lines that run next to
walls or beams. 
   Figure 227S
 Figure 237S One-Hole Pipe Clamp   Designed to support light duty pipe lines that run next to
walls or beams.
   Figure 237S
 Figure 240 Adjustable Split Swivel Hanger  

Designed to support non-insulated, stationary lines
from above. The hinged design is easier to install
making it ideal for retrofit needs. Vertical adjustment
is made by turning the swivel. Pipe sizes 3⁄4" to 2" do
not have the window cutout.

 

   Figure 240 
Figure 247 Pipe Support   The Figure 247 is used in conjunction with a pipe stand
and flange at the base to support piping from below. Both
pipe stand and base must be ordered separately. Please
see Figure 138 above. 
   Figure 247
 Figure 258 Underground Socket Clamp Washer   The Figure 258 is for use with our Figure 158 and Figure
158DB Underground Clamp. Two (2) Washers are required
per clamp. When installed the lug bears against the bolt
which prevents the washer from sliding off the clamp.
   Figure 258
 Figure 267 Extended Offset Pipe Clamp   Designed to attach directly to piping where the exact distance
between the structure and the pipe cannot be determined until
the piping is in place. The extended legs can be modified in
the field to suit the location. Legs of longer lengths can be
furnished on order.
   Figure 267
 Figure 282 Right-Angle Beam Clamp   The Figure 282 is used in attaching conduit or pipe at a
right angle to a structural member.
   Figure 282
 Figure 283, 283SS Standard U-Bolt  

Our standard U-Bolts are recommended for use as supports or guides for
piping. They are supplied with four hex nuts.

The Figure 283SS is recommended for support of stainless steel piping. Please
specify the grade of stainless steel you require when ordering.
Load Ratings shown are for Carbon Steel. PVC coating should not exceed
140°F / 60°C. 

   Figure 283, 283SS
Figure 298 Heavy-Duty Two-Bolt Pipe Clamp   Designed to suspend heavy loads on cold or hot pipe lines
where little or no insulation is required. The Figure 298 is
usually used with a Figure 279 Weldless Eyenut or Figure
93 Welded Eyerod.
Rated Loads are for up to 750° F (399° C). 
   Figure 298
Figure 304 Two-Bolt Pipe Clamp   The Figure 304 is designed for hot insulated pipe lines up to 750° F. The
spacer on the top inner bolt provides uniform space for the connecting
eyerod or weldless eyenut. See Figure 91 above for higher load ratings.
We will also, design to meet special requirements such as special pipe
sizes, order Figure 304SP.
Rated Loads are for up to 750° F (399° C).
   Figure 304
Figure 304Z Alloy Three-Bolt Pipe Clamp   The Figure 304Z is designed for hot insulated pipelines.
The spacer on the top inner bolt provides uniform space for
the connecting eyerod or weldless eyenut. See Figure 91Z
for higher load ratings. 
   Figure 304Z 
 Figure 371 Back-to-Back Channel Assembly   The Figure 371 Channel Assembly is composed of two
channels back to back with a spacer welded on each end.
Washer plates are included and shipped loose. 
   Figure 371
 Figure 374 Angle Iron Support   The Figure 374 Angle Iron Support is used to form a trapeze when
supporting more than one pipeline at the same time. 
   Figure 374
 Figure 800 Adjustable Swivel Ring   Designed for the support of non-insulated static pipe lines.
The swivel nut is knurled to provide a gripping surface
when adjusting the pipe elevation.
   Figure 800
 Figure 800FP NFPA Swivel Ring   Designed for the support of non-insulated static pipe lines.
The swivel nut is knurled to provide a gripping surface when
adjusting the tubing elevation and is tapped to the reduced
rod standards of NFPA.
   Figure 800FP
 Figure C1108 Pipe Strap   The Figure C1108 is designed hold piping flush to its
mounting surface. This item may be bolted to a structure or
channel strut, or welded into place 
   Figure C1108
 Figure DWV Drain, Waste, Vent Clamp   Designed to provide economical and quick way to support
of non-insulated PVC drain, waste, and vent pipe lines with
sufficient adjustment to most all application. Can be field
adjusted to suit unique configurations.
   Figure DWV