Designed for 20" to 30" pipe sizes, these HD-2 and HD-3 hold-down pipe clamps were shipped to a gas pump station in South Dakota. The hold downs were fabricated from carbon steel with PTFE, 25% glass filled liners on the saddle portion and base of the pipe clamp. We fabricated a total of 22 hold down pipe clamps and shipped this rush job within one week.
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We designed a total of ninety-four custom adjustable base supports, similar to Fig. 260 adjustable pipe elbow support, to support elbow trunnions in an oil refinery in Indiana. We fabricated these adjustable base supports from carbon steel plates, all-threaded rods, heavy hex nuts and sch. 80 pipes. They will support pipe sizes ranging in size from 1-1/2″ to 12″ in diameter.
These fabricated clamp-on pipe shoe assemblies were custom designed for a gold mine project in the Dominican Republic. They are composed of a clamp-on pipe shoe subassembly combined with a carbon steel pipe extension. A total of nineteen pipe shoes were fabricated for 3″, 4″ and 6″ diameter pipes. The extensions were designed at various heights to position the pipe line at the correct elevation for a sloping line. When a design includes a closed off section, PT&P’s standard is to incorporated vent holes in order to prevent moisture build-up. They are painted with a two-coat paint system to protect against corrosion and include stainless steel tags to easily identify the product code.
These custom designed pipe shoes were fabricated for main steam piping in a gold mine project. A total of forty-three pipe shoes ranging in size from 20″ to 36″ diameter were designed for temperatures up to 650°F. The shoes ranged in length from 17″ to 24″, width from 20″ to 32″ and height from 3″ to 7″. They are manufactured from carbon steel and have a two-coat paint system to protect against corrosion.
These customized bolted clamp pipe shoes with PTFE, 25% glass filled slide plates were fabricated for a radiant syngas cooler piping system in Indiana. The supports were designed for 24″ diameter piping with a pressure of 2,256 psig at 350°F. The axial displacement is +/- 1.326″ facilitated by slide plates on three quadrants. These pipe shoes were custom designed and fabricated entirely from carbon steel with a hot-dipped galvanized finish.
These pipe clamp-guides were custom designed and fabricated for a 4″ pipe vertical run in an LNG facility. They measure 16″ from the bottom of the W-beam to the centerline of pipe and designed for temperatures up to 750°F. The clamp-guides were fabricated from carbon steel and include a hot-dipped galvanize finish.
Custom Elevated Pipe Shoe-Clamp Supports Designed for a 12″ Diameter Transfer Line in a Polymer Plant
PT&P designed and manufactured custom elevated pipe shoe-clamp supports for part of a palletizer transfer line in a polymer plant. The custom supports were designed to prevent cracking in the welds and grout base due to severe vibration in the line. The assemblies have an overall height of 48″ with an adjustable load column. The clamp-shoes are 13″ wide by 14″ long, and designed for a 12″ diameter aluminum pipe. The assemblies are carbon steel with a hot-dipped galvanize finish and include a unique laminated vibration dampening lining for the clamp.
These stainless steel trunnions are designed to support a vertical pipe used in an LNG plant. The trunnions will support stainless steel pipes with diameters ranging between 24″ and 42″. The diameter of the trunnions ranges in size from 12″ to 22″. The overall length is 34″. All of the weld seams were 100% dye-penetrant tested before being shipped to the plant.
These split T pipe shoes are fabricated from three types of steel including carbon steel, alloy steel, and stainless steel. They are painted with a two coat paint system that involves masking off the metal on the upper portion of the shoe to allow for welding in the field. The pipe shoes are 18″ in length and 4″ in height.
The stands were completed with a hot-dipped galvanize finish. They were also designed with a neoprene lining in the saddle to prevent metal to metal contact in the field. The function of the pipe stand is to allow for adjustment of the support after expansion or contraction of the pipeline. The simplicity of the design allows for easy installation and maintenance of the support.