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Rods & Rod Attachments

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 TYPE                                 DESCRIPTION  

 PART NUMBER          


 

 Figure 12 Eye Socket            The Figure 12 is designed for attaching a rod to split ring
type clamps.
 

Figure 12

 Figure 28 Lag Rod   The Figure 28 is designed for a vertical rod connection to
wood.
 

Figure 28

 Figures 33, 33L Machine Thread Eye Rod (Unwelded)   The Figure 33 is designed to permit swing in the attachment
component due to pipe movement. The inside diameter of
the eye is 3/8" larger than the rod diameter for rod sizes up to
1 1/2" while the inside diameter for larger size rods will be 3/4"
greater. The eye is not welded. The Figure 93 Welded Eye
Rod (below) is available for higher load requirements. 
 

Figures 33, 33L

 Figure 38 Hanger Adjuster   The Figure 38 is an economical alternative to using
turnbuckles for vertical piping adjustment with our
Figure 34 Hinge Hanger.
 
 

Figure 38

 Figures 93, 93L Welded Eye Rod  

Welded Eye Rods are designed to permit swing in the
attachment component due to pipe movement. 

 

 

Figures 93, 93L

 Figures 123, 123W Steel Rod Coupling   Figure 123 is used to connect rods up to 1 1/2 inch diameter.
The Rod Coupling is made of carbon steel and can be
welded to the rod after assembly. The Figure 123W has a
sight hole mid-length to allow for determining depth of
thread engagement.
 

Figure 123, 123W

 Figures 94, 94SS All-Thread Hanger Rod      This product has a standard rolled thread running its entire
length. It is particularly useful when exact rod lengths are
uncertain. 
 

Figures 94, 94SS

   Figures 133, 133L Machine Thread Rod   Figure 133 has right-hand threads both ends and Figure 133L
has a right-hand and left-hand thread. Furnished with UNC
threads this product is made from carbon steel.
 
 

Figures 133, 133L

Figure 102 Light-Duty Washer Plate    The Figure 102 is a light duty alternative to our Figure 260
Washer Plate (below). Primarily used at the ends of rods
instead of rod washers to gain more bearing surface. 
 

Figure 102 

 Figure 123R Steel Reducing Rod Coupling   Figure 123R is used to reduce rod sizes. Couplings are made
of carbon steel to step up or down one rod size. 
 

Figure 123R

      Figure 132 Turnbuckle    The Figure 132 is used to connect right and left-hand
threaded rods together and provide adjustment. 
 

Figure 132 

 Figure 157 Extension Piece   The Figure 157 is designed for attaching rods to the
Figure 82 Beam Clamp and similar types of attachments.
 
 

Figure 157 

 Figures 167, 167R Malleable Rod Coupling   The Figure 167 is tapped with a straight bolt thread tap.
The Figure 167R is designed to reduce rod sizes. Couplings
are made either to step up or down one rod size. 
 

Figures 167, 167R

 Figure 224 Round Hanger Rod (Plain Ends)   Unthreaded steel rod available in a variety of sizes for
customer use. Available in up to 20 foot lengths.
 

Figure 224

 Figure 260 Washer Plate   This product is to be welded to back to back channels or
angles for supporting pipe with rods or U-Bolts.
Sufficient surface contact with the supporting structure must
be made to develop maximum load capacity.
 

Figure 260

 Figures 276, 276P Forged Steel Clevis   The Figure 276 is used to connect rod ends with structural steel
welding lug plates or lugs welded to pipe. It provides a pivot
point and adjustment. It can be supplied with a pin as Fig 276P.
 
 

Figures 276, 276P 

 Figures 279, 279L Forged Weldless Eyenut   The Figure 279 is used to connect rod ends with structural
steel welded beam attachments or pipe clamps as a substitute
for a welded eyerod. It provides a pivot point and adjustment.
It can also be supplied tapped left hand as Fig 279L.
 

Figures 279, 279L 

 Figures 306, 341 Linked Eye Rods   Linked Eye Rods allow for the movement of the lower rod
where bending would be unacceptable. Unwelded eyes
have a lower load rating.The inside diameter of the eye is
3/8" larger than the rod diameter for rod sizes up to 1 1/2"
while the inside diameter for larger size rods will be 3/4"
greater.

Both rods will normally be furnished right-hand tapped to
lengths shown for our Figure 93 Welded Eye Rod (above)
unless ordered special.

 

Figures 306, 341

 Figure 701 Male & Female Swing Rod Fitting   The fitting is used when flexible movement of pipeline
is required. The threaded stud portion can be installed into
a concrete insert or bolted to flange of I beam, angle or
channel. Made special to customer order.
 

Figure 701