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C-Clamps

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 TYPE                                 DESCRIPTION  

 PART NUMBER          


 

 Figure 22 C-Clamp Retaining Clip          
The Figure 22 is designed for use with Figure 238 and 196
“C” Clamps (shown below) to prevent movement of the
“C” Clamp due to vibration after installation.
 

Figure 22                          

 Figure 47 C-Clamp with Locking Nut  

The Figure 47 is designed to attach to the bottom flange of a steel
beam. A locking nut is provided and when tightened prevents
loosening due to vibration.
Install both Figure 47 and 238 (below) in accordance with MSS-SP69
set screw torque values.
Maximum loads are based upon full thread engagement by the rod.
Some Codes require the use of a Figure 22 Retaining Clip (above)
on all C-Clamps. When using a Retaining Clip the maximum
allowable flange thickness is reduced by 1/8".

 

 

Figure 47

 Figure 238 C-Clamp without Locking Nut   The Figure 238 is identical to the Figure 47 and may require a
Figure 22 Retaining Clip (above) to prevent loosening due to vibration.
Install both Figure 47 and 238 in accordance with MSS-SP69 set
screw torque values.
Maximum loads are based upon full thread engagement by the rod.
Some Codes require the use of a Figure 22 Retaining Clip on all
C-Clamps. When using a Retaining Clip the maximum allowable
flange thickness is reduced by 1/8".

 

 

Figure 238

 Figure 192 Top Beam Clamp with Locking Nut  

 

The Figure 192 is designed for roof installations with bar joist
type construction as well as to be attached mechanically to
the top or bottom flange of steel beams. A locking nut is
provided and when properly tightened prevents loosening
due to vibration. The full body tapping feature for the rod
allows for extra adjustment after installation. A Figure 192RS
Retaining Strap (below)may also be required by various codes.

Install in accordance with MSS-SP69 set screw torque values.
Maximum loads are based upon full thread engagement by
the rod. When using a Retaining Strap the maximum allowable
flange thickness is reduced by 1/8".

 

Figures 192

 Figure 192RS Top Beam Clamp Retaining Clip   The Figure 192RS is designed for use with Figure 192 and
Figure 192W Top Beam Clamp to prevent movement of the
clamp due to vibration after installation. Available in up to
41 .2", 6", 8", 10" and 14" lengths (Two inches should be
added to beam flange width to determine length and select
next largest strap length if between sizes.)
 
 

Figure 192RS

 Figure 192W Wide Mouth Top Beam Clamp  

The Figure 192W is designed for roof installations with bar
joist type construction as well as to be attached mechanically
to the top or bottom flange of steel beams. A locking nut is
provided and when properly tightened prevents loosening
due to vibration. The full body tapping feature for the rod
allows for extra adjustment after installation. A Figure 192RS
Retaining Strap may also be required by various codes.

Install in accordance with MSS-SP69 set screw torque values.
Maximum loads are based upon full thread engagement
by the rod. When using a Retaining Strap themaximum
allowable flange thickness is reduced by 1/8".

 

 

Figure 192W

 Figure 196 C-Clamp with Locking Nut  

The Figure 196 is designed to attach mechanically to the
bottom flange of a steel beam and may require a Figure 22
Retaining Clip (shown above) to prevent loosening due to
vibration after installation.

Install Figure 196 in accordance with MSS-SP69 set screw
torque values. Maximum loads are based upon full thread
engagement by the rod. Some Codes require the use of a
Figure 22 Retaining Clip on all C-Clamps. When using a
Retaining Clip the maximum allowable flange thickness is
reduced by 1/8".

 

 

Figure 196

 Figure 290 Purlin Clamp   Designed to attach directly to steel purlins. Maximum Pipe
Size is 4".
 

Figure 290