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Congratulations to Joel from Chevron who won a Kodak C190 12MP Digital Camera from PT&P at the ASME Maintenance Trade Show.
Piping Technology & Products, Inc. attended the 8th annual ASME Plant Engineering, Inspection and Maintenance Trade Show at the Pasadena Convention Center in Pasadena, Texas on Thursday, April 22, 2010. Joel from Chevron stopped by the PT&P booth and won a Kodak C190 12mp digital camera. Congratulations Joel!
This cold shoe is manufactured from carbon steel and has 2-1/2″ thick polyurethane insulation. It is designed to support a vertical load of 2700 lb. and can withstand a temperature range from -100°F to 70°F. The cold shoe will be used in a 60″ diameter thermal energy storage tank for power generation.
A total of 18 big ton springs of various sizes were fabricated from A516 Gr. 70N carbon steel. The big tons were designed in a rectangular configuration in order to match the existing vessel saddle supports and the concrete foundation below the springs. PTFE, 25% glass filled slide plates will be welded on the load flanges to allow horizontal movement in addition to the vertical movements specified. The largest of the big ton assemblies has an operating load of 79,000 lb. with a travel of .706″ down.
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PT&P manufactured constant spring supports to custom dimensions of 21″ height x 13″ width x 7.5″ depth. The total travel is 7″, with an actual travel of 3.5″ in both up and down directions. The rated load is 180 lb. and they will be used to support pipe lines for a power plant in Louisiana.