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Structure Attachments

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 TYPE                                 DESCRIPTION  

 PART NUMBER          


 

 Figure 9 Angle Knee            The Figure 9 is used in supporting pipe hangers
to the side of joist, steel, or wood beams. It can
be either bolted or welded to the structure. 
 

Figure 9                           

 Figure 10 Extension Bar   The Figure 10 is made of soft steel and can be easily cut
with a cold chisel to any desired length, twisted, bent, or
otherwise manipulated without breaking, yet retaining its
strength.
Furnished in ten, fifty, or one hundred foot rolls.
 

Figure 10

 Figure 49 Wall Bracket   The Figure 49 is designed for light duty applications  

Figure 49

 Figure 69 Light Welded Steel Bracket  

The Figure 69 is designed to support up to 6" pipe. This
bracket is for installation to walls as shown or inverted, and
may require a backing plate. Holes for up to
3/4" rods are located at each end of the bracket to allow for
use in either orientation. The Figure 78 Steel Bracket Clip
(below) can be attached to the Figure 69 to support piping
3 1/2" or smaller.  

 

Figures 69

 Figure 75, 75N Steel Concrete Insert & Nut  

The Figure 75 is designed to provide an economical method of
overhead rod support by being embedded in concrete. The insert
is nailed in place prior to the concrete being poured.
After the pour has cured the insert knock-out is removed, a
Figure 75N Insert Nut installed, and the rod attached.

 

Figure 75, 75N 

 Figure 78 Steel Bracket & Clip  

 

 

The Figure 78 Clip can be used to support piping 3 1/2" or
smaller from the horizontal member of a Figure 69 Steel
Bracket (above). The Clip is composed of two steel plates and one
bolt and nut.

 

 

 

Figure 78 

 Figure 83 Bracket   This bracket is used on light duty applications. Dimension
“B” can be changed upon request.
 

Figure 83

 Figure 84 Medium Welded Steel Bracket   The Figure 84 is designed to support pipe from either
above or below. Slotted construction allows for drop rod
use along the length of the bracket. This bracket is for
bolted installation to walls and may require a backing
plate. Special steel brackets can be fabricated to customers'
loads and/or dimensions. 
 

Figure 84

       

 

Figure 85E, B & SE Single Plate    The Figure 85 is designed for attaching a rod to a wooden
member. This part is normally used in conjunction with our
Figure 81 Split Ring
 

Figure 85E, B & SE

 Figure 104F Female Ceiling Mount Bolt   The Figure 104F is designed for rod attachment directly
into the ceiling from overhead poured concrete. Loads
are based upon 3500 psi concrete and 80 psi bond stress. 
 

Figure 104F

 Figure 104M Male Ceiling Mount Bolt   The Figure 104M is designed for rod attachment using a rod
coupling like our Figure 123 from overhead poured concrete
ceilings. Loads are based upon 3500 psi concrete
and 80 psi bond stress.
 

Figure 104M

 Figure 108, 108N Malleable Concrete Insert & Nut  

The Malleable Concrete Insert is used for supporting pipe
lines up to 12" diameter and where it is desired to install the
supporting rods after the insert has been set. Lateral
adjustments of 1 11/16 inches on rod sizes of 3/8 inch to
3/4 inches and 1 1/8 inches on 7/8 inch rod size. The nut
is not included but can be ordered separately as our Figure
108N and furnished tapped for 3/8, 1/2, 5/8, 3/4, or 7/8 inch
rod diameters.

  

 

Figure 108, 108N 

 Figure 113A, 113B Welded Beam Attachment   Figure 113A is recommended for attachment to the bottom
of beams when little or no pipe movement is expected.
Figure 113B is recommended for attachment to the bottom
of beams, when pipe movement is expected. A bolt & nut
or pin is supplied. A pin with cotters is normally supplied
for rod sizes over 1". 
 

Figure 113A & B

 Figure 139 Heavy Welded Steel Bracket   The Figure 139 is designed to support pipe from either
above or below. Slotted construction allows for drop rod
use along the length of the bracket. This bracket is for
bolted installation to walls and may require a backing plate.
Special steel brackets can be fabricated to customers' loads
and/or dimensions. 
 

Figure 139

       

 

 Figure 143 Metal Deck Ceiling Bolt   The Figure 143 Metal Deck Ceiling Bolts are used with
our Figure 123. Rod Couplings ordered separately.
Made special to customer order. 
 

Figure 143 

 Figure 150 Steel Bracket   The Figure 150 bracket is for light duty applications.
Made special to customer order. 
 

Figure 150

 Figure 151 Ceiling Stirrup   The Figure 151 is designed for attaching a rod to a
level ceiling or beam.
 

Figure 151 

 Figure 152 Return Line Angle   The Figure 152 is designed for dropping a rod down
from a wall connection. Two different distances from
the wall to centerline of pipe are available depending
upon the orientation of the angle. 
 

Figure 152 

 Figure 153, 153S Side Beam Connector   The Figure 153 is designed for use on buildings of wood
construction. They can be secured to the side of beams or
joists by means of our Figure 166 Drive Screws (ordered
separately).
 
 

Figure 153, 153S

 Figure 177 Anchor Bolt   The Figure 177 is designed to be embedded into concrete.
Made special to customer order. Available in other
diameters and lengths.
 

Figure 177 

 Figure 216 Welding Clevis Attachment   The Figure 216 is an assembly of the Figure 220 (below)
and Figure 276P for ordering convenience.
 
 

Figure 216

 Figure 220 Welding Lug   The Figure 220 is to be welded to the underside of structural
members for the support of C Type Variable Springs, and
with the Figure 276P Forged Steel Clevis with Pin
 

Figure 220

 Figure 303 Side Beam Angle Bracket   The Figure 303 is designed for use in supporting pipe
hangers to the side of joist, steel, or wood beams. It can
be either bolted or welded to the structure.
 

Figure 303

 Figure 450 Pipe Sleeve   Used as a form to provide a penetration in walls for pipe or
other services. Install by nailing to structure. Covers are
available on request. Other types of pipe sleeves e.g. waterproof,
interlocking, etc. are available. 
 

Figure 450 

 Figure 453 Waterproof Pipe Sleeve  

 

 

The Figure 453 is designed for floor and ceiling penetrations
through concrete. Pipes, and conduits can be placed within
the sleeve for easy through access. Sleeves are normally
furnished as schedule 40 pipe up to 12" NPS, standard wall
up to 20" NPS, and rolled plate for larger sizes.

 

 

 

Figure 453 

 Figure 650 Steel Concrete-Insert   Designed to provide a connection point for hanger rods in
concrete the Figure 650 must installed in place prior to
building concrete being poured. It can accommodate a large
variety of rod sizes by selecting and ordering the Figure
650N separately. For lighter loads our Figure 75 (above) is also
available.
 
 

Figure 650 

 Figure 650N Concrete-Insert Nut   Designed for use with Figure 650 Steel Concrete-Insert.   

Figure 650N 

 Figure 1020 Concrete attachment   The Figure 1020 Type 1 is for attaching support assemblies
to concrete structures where little or no movement is
anticipated. Used with a Fig 133 Threaded Rod or Figure 94
All Thread Rod. The Figure 1020 Type 2 is for attaching
support assemblies to concrete structures where movement
is anticipated. Used with a Figure 279 Weldless Eyenut or  
Figure 93 Welded Eyerod. A two-anchor pattern is used on
sizes 3/8" thru 5/8" and all others use four anchors.
 
 

Figure 1020 

 Figure 1022 Concrete Single Plate lug   The Figure 1022 is for attachment to a concrete structure
where movement is anticipated. A two-anchor pattern is
used on sizes 3/8" thru 5/8" and all others use four anchors.
Used with the Figure 276 Forged Steel Clevis and Type “C”
variable springs. 
 

Figure 1022