Piping Technology and Products Logo

Piping Technology & Products

 
  Experienced Manufacturer of Pipe Supports since 1975.
Call Us: Phone: (713) 731-0030 Toll-Free: (800) 787-5914
 

Home » Categories » General Questions

When should I consider replacing my Constant Spring?

Constant Springs should be replaced when there are signs of excessive corrosion or fatigue. Also, consider if there need to be modifications due to the operating conditions -- especially if hindering the operation of that component.
Related Articles RSS Feed
How do you perform a burst test?
Viewed 3726 times since Wed, Dec 1, 2010
What are the standards used for the design of your pipe supports?
Viewed 3960 times since Tue, Feb 1, 2011
What is the density of polyurethane?
Viewed 3786 times since Tue, Nov 2, 2010
Will the load of fluid flowing through the pipe be considered as a varying load? or is that included in the basic piping weight?
Viewed 3042 times since Thu, Nov 10, 2011
How do you double nut a pipe hanger?
Viewed 3978 times since Wed, Jun 22, 2011
What is a Pipe Spool?
Viewed 2375 times since Fri, May 16, 2014
What is the maximum spring rate decay in percentage required to replace it?
Viewed 2992 times since Thu, Nov 10, 2011
What does axial pipe restraint mean?
Viewed 8385 times since Wed, Jun 22, 2011
Can the spring be re-calibrated?
Viewed 2962 times since Thu, Nov 10, 2011
Which standards are used when designing Constant Spring hangers?
Viewed 1163 times since Fri, May 16, 2014
Facebook


Mailing: P.O. Box 34506, Houston, TX 77234-4506 Location: 3701 Holmes Road, Houston, TX 77051
Our Subsidiaries: U.S. Bellows Metallic & Fabric Expansion Joints, Bellows | Sweco Fab ASME Vessels, Pig Launchers, Spectacle Blinds
 Pipe Shields Pre-Insulated Pipe Supports, Slides, Guides & Anchors | Fronek Anchor/Darling
Snubbers, Sway Struts & Sway Braces
Phone: (713) 731-0030 Toll-Free: (800) 787-5914 FAX: (713) 731-8640 E-MAIL: info@pipingtech.com

Copyright 2011 Piping Technology and Products, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Contact Us | Privacy Policy