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Catalog No.09S

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www.carpenterandpaterson.com

CARPENTER & PATERSON, INC.

DESIGNERS • ENGINEERS • MANUFACTURERS

DESIGNERS • ENGINEERS • MANUFACTURERS


1. PRICES & DESIGNS: Prices and designs are subject to change without notice. All prices are F.O.B. point of shipment, unless otherwise stated. 2. DELIVERY: Seller will make every effort to complete delivery of products as indicted on seller’s acceptance of an order, but seller assumes no responsibility or liability, and will accept no backcharge for loss or damage due to delay or inability to deliver caused by acts of God, war, labor difficulties, accident, delays of carriers, contractors or suppliers, inability to obtain materials, shortages of fuel and energy, or and other causes of any kind beyond the control of seller. Under no circumstances shall seller be liable for any special or consequential damages or for loss, damage, or expenses directly or indirectly arising from delays or failure to give notice of delay. 3. SHIPMENTS: All products shipped will be carefully examined, counted, and packed. No claim for shortages will be allowed unless made in writing within ten (10) days of receipt of shipment. Claims for products damaged or lost in transit should be made on the carrier as seller’s responsibility ceases and the title passes on delivery to the carrier. 4. FREIGHT: All prices are F.O.B. point of shipment. On shipments weighing 2000 pounds or more, rail freight or motor freight at the lowest published rate is allowed to all US rail points or all US highway points listed in published tariffs (Hawaii and Alaska excluded). 5. RETURNS: Seller cannot accept the return of any product unless its written permission has been first obtained. Credit will be allowed on the basis of the price charged for the merchandise less a standard handling charge of twenty percent (20%) and less any freight charges allowed or paid by seller. Material not in first class salable condition will be subject to the total cost of reconditioning. Special or non-standard products are not subject to cancellation or return except on such terms as seller may specify upon application. 6. PRODUCT APPLICATION: Seller’s products are indented for installation and service as illustrated or described in seller’s catalog. Seller shall not be responsible for any losses or damage sustained by the buyer or any other person as a result of misapplication. Buyer shall defend, indemnify and save seller harmless from any and all liability or alleged liability, expenses, including legal fees arising from personal injuries including death or damage to property caused by reason of improper and/or negligent installation of pipe hangers designed and fabricated by seller. In accordance with our product development program, we reserve the right to revise the design and application of our products without notification. For latest product information, please contact the nearest Carpenter & Paterson office. 7. WARRANTY: Carpenter & Paterson, Inc. warrants for one (1) year from date of shipment that all products of Carpenter & Paterson manufacture will be free from defects in material and workmanship when used for the purpose which Carpenter & Paterson recommends. Carpenter & Paterson warrants the products which it sells of other manufacturers only to the extent they are warranted to Carpenter & Paterson by the supplier. Claim for breach of the above warranty must be made within thirty (30) days from the date the material was determined by the Buyer to be defective or in any event within twelve (12) months from the date of delivery to the original users, unless otherwise stated. If Carpenter & Paterson deems to its satisfaction that the products are defective, the product will be repaired or replaced by Carpenter & Paterson, and no other charge will be allowed for labor or expense in repairing or replacing said product by the Buyer. In any event the amount of any adjustment shall not exceed the net sales price of the defective product. Where engineering design or fabrication work is supplied, Buyer’s acceptance of Seller’s design or delivery of work, shall relieve Carpenter & Paterson of all further obligation other than as expressed in Carpenter & Paterson’s product warranty. The foregoing constitutes the Purchaser’s sole and exclusive remedy under Carpenter & Paterson warranty. THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF FITNESS OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. CARPENTER & PATERSON MAKES NO WARRANTY OF MECHANTABILITY. IN NO EVENT AND UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES WILL CARPENTER & PATERSON BE LIABLE FOR PERSONAL INJURY OR PROPERTY DAMAGE ARISING IN ANY MANNER OUT OF THE USE OR APPLICATION OF THE GOODS WHICH ARE THE SUBJECT OF THIS PROPOSAL. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES AND IN NO EVENT WILL CARPENTER & PATERSON BE LIABLE FOR CONSEQUENTIAL, SPECIAL, OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES WHETHER FOR BREACH OF CONTRACT OR WARRANTY, NEGLIGENCE, OR ANY OTHER TORTIOUS ACT OR OMISSION. The terms of this warranty can be modified or changed only by authorization in writing by an officer of Carpenter & Paterson, Inc. Carpenter & Paterson neither assumes, nor authorizes any person to assume for it any obligation in connection with the sale of its products or parts of products which have been; repaired or altered outside of Sellers factory; subject to misuse, negligence, or accidents; or used in a manner contrary to the Seller’s instructions or recommendations. Seller shall not be responsible for design errors due to inaccurate or incomplete information supplied by the Buyer, or its representative. Carpenter & Paterson, Inc. reserves the right to revise product design without notification. 8. TAXES: The amount of taxes applicable to the sale of material or services shall be added to the purchase price and shall be paid by buyer unless buyer provides seller with an exemption certificate acceptable to the taxing authorities. 9. PRICING INFORMATION: Orders Of any size will be accepted. However, orders less than $150.00 will be subject to a $25.00 Handling Charge in addition to the cost of the material and freight, if any. Prices are subject to change without notice. We are not responsible for typographical errors. 10. TERMS: Net thirty (30) days; 1-1/2% per month service charge (18% per annum) will be charged on all delinquent accounts plus court costs and attorney fees.


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INDEX arpenter & Paterson is a complete line manufacturing and engineering organization

offiring pipe hangers, supporls, reslraints and specialty devises to support and control piping and equipment used infossil power generating stations,

petro-chemical plants and other industrial processing

piping systems.

In addition to our product line, representing one of the most complete in the industry, Carpenter & Paterson

provides complete engineering and technical services,

including analysis, hanger design and detailing, and other construction support programs.

Tb

provide

ffictive

distribution of our products and services, engineering and sales

ffices are maintained in major cities

throughout the continentctl t-Inited States and Canade. Sway Brace Pipe Clamp 6180 .....................

GENERALNOTES Outline dimensions and data shown in this catalog are for reference only are not intended for inspection purposes. Designs and dimensions are subject to change without notice.

All

hanger products shown herein are manufactured in accordance with industry standards and are for installation and service as described. When used for other purposes or in ways other than those for which designed and manufactured, Calrenter & Paterson cannot be held responsible for the product failure, injuries, or property damage.

Cataloged products meet requirements of MSS-SP-5S and MSS-SP-69.

Maximum rated loads for hangers are based on a safety factor applicable to the codes listed in this cataiog or the allowable stresses specified in ASME 831 .1, ASME 831.3 and MSS-SP-58.

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STATIC AND DYNAMIC RESTRAINTS

INTRODUCTION Carpenter & Paterson markets a wide selection of restraint assemblies and devices which allows the designer to select devices technically and economically suited for the specific application, by t1pe, size and configuration. Carpenter & Paterson restraint systems now cover a broader range of load ratings and allow greater flexibility in field adjustment. High precision steel ball bushings and pins are now standard components throughout the line' Also included is a new series of restraint yoke clamps. Carpenter & Paterson hydraulic snubbers have also been improved and are available with options to better suit the different conditions the application requires.

HYDRAULIC SNUBBER ASSEMBLIES GENERAL APPLICATION: Used for the control and protection of piping and equipment subject to shock (impulse) loading and swaying (cyclic) conditions. Its use transfers any imposed forces on the piping or equipment directly to the building structure at the instant of shock occuffence, while at all other times allowing free unrestricted movement through its normal operating range.

SPECI FIC

. . .

SPECIFICATIONS A1l Carpenter & Paterson restraints are designed to meet requirements of: Manufacturers Standardization Society SP-58, Manufacturers Standardization Society SP-69 and ASME Code for Pressure Piping, ASME 83 1.1 and Process Piping ASME 83 1.3.

RIGID STRUT ASSEMBLIES RECOMMENDED SERVICE: Used to restrain movement of piping in one direction. Movement due to thermal expansion in other directions should be evaluated.

STANDARD DESIGN FEATURES:

. .

Designed to restrain tensile and/or compressive forces. Tight fitting connections allow positive control of piping systems.

. . . .

Spherical, self-aligning ball bushing at both ends ofthe strut allow for * 5" of angular motion or misalignment. Can be installed in any spatial orientation.

Field adjustment is available in all assemblies. A11 welding work required in the field is recommended to be fillet welds.

.

Paint

-

APPLICATIO\S:

Earthquake protection To prevent damage by wind in outdoor installations

Employed at points in piping systems subject to shock loadings generated by quick closing valves, water hammer, reliefvalve reaction or other applied shock loads.

STANDARD DESIGN FEATURES:

.

Piping and/or equipment movement is controlled by tamper-proofdual stage flow control poppets designed

with self-cleaning orifi

ces.

.

Fumished as a complete, compact, and efficient unit, ready for immediate use.

. .

Manifold configrnation requiring no extemal piping.

.

Pressurized hydraulic reservoir allows mounting in any

Spherical, self-aligning ball bushings allow for + angular motion or misalignment.

5' of

spatial orientation.

.

Virtually no resistance to normal thermal movements of the piping.

. . . . .

Standard primer finish.

Paint

-

standard primer finish.

Large restraining forces compared to size. Functions in restraining tension and compression. Stroke determination is made from built-in-datum point located on piston rod wrench flats. Fluid Level Indicator - Provides concise determination of exact fluid level in the unit, thereby eliminating estimate of reserve fluid level.

OPTIONAL DESIGN FEATURES:

.

Remote Reservoir Mounting - The snubber's pressurized reservoir can be remotely mounted for snubber locations lhat are difficult to reach.

.

Integral Relief Valve - A non-adjustable valve, which is factory preset at 733Yo, or 200% ofrated load. Protective Boot - Installed over the piston rod for protection in corrosive and/or dusty areas.

. .

Rigid Strut Application - When no thermal growth is anticipated after lock-up an optional poppet valve, without bleed, is furnished. Must be ordered with optional integral relief valve.


STATIC AND DYNAMIC RESTRAINTS

STRUCTURAL ATTACHMENT Figure 1000 Size Range: 700 through 130,000 pounds (3,114 N through 578,240 N) load.

Material: Carbon

90'

steel except load pin which is stainless

steel.

I LOAD

Service: For attachment of struts to structures.

Max. Temp.: 350"F (177"C) for the rated loads shown. Features: Can be used as a second end attachment. Used With: Carpenter & Paterson figure numbers 2015, ))\o ))\) ?5?5 ?510

SIZES .7 THROUGH 4

Ordering: Specify figure number and size. For metric applications specifu figure M1000 and size.

-ltutl-10"

NOTE: This product is designed to function with a 10'cone ofaction, and a 90o arc ofloading. Loading beyond this cone

--1

,1-_

hrl

or arc is not recommended.

P

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SIZES 7 THROUGH 130

FIGURE

1

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L

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1 r/8

48

l3

29

1,500

2lt4

5/8

1.5

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57

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4,000

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5/8

LOAD

E

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700

.7

t|4

1.5

SIZE

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10

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3t4

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19

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112

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314

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WEIGHT 0.50 0.23 1.0

0.5 1.0

4

l7'794

5'7

16

1 112 38

7

7,000

2 718

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80

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355872

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578292

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60

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44

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TORQUE

DIMFNSIONS TEMPERATT,]RE LOADS

FAHRENHEIl CELSruS MILLIMETERS INCHES


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LIGHT DUTY RIGID ROD STRUT Figure 2015 Size Range: 700 to 4,000 pounds (3,114 Io 17,792 N) load.

Material: Carbon

N

steel except load pin which

is stainless steel.

Service: For rigid restraint applications where short pin to pin dimensions are required. Installation: Securely fasten end bracket to structure. Screw rod into paddles and adjust for the desired overall length. Fasten strut to pipe attachment (in place). After all minor adjustments are made the unit is locked by tightening the hex

â‚Ź

r T

nut against the paddle.

-+

be visible in paddle sight holes to insure proper thread engagement.

NOTE: Rods should

JlIt

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-

Fietd Adjustment: Plus or minus l% inch (38 mm). Used With: Carpenter & Paterson Figures 1000,

6175,6202,6222,6252

Ordering: Specify figure number,

size, strut length (pin to pin length) and customer mark number (if any). Reshaint attachments must be ordered separately. For Metric applications speci$' Figure M2015.

FIGURE 2015

-

LIGHT DUTY RIGID ROD STRUT

WEIGHT

Pto P StZE

I,OAD

.7

700

3i14, 1.5 1,5,

.

4 4,

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DTMENSIONS TEMPERATIJ'RE

INCHES MIILIMETERS

FAHRENHEIT

'cEtsIUS.,.

POLTNDS

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FOO}POIJNDS

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STATIC AND DYNAMIC RESTRAINTS

ADJUSTABLE RIGID STRUT Figure 2250 Size Range: 700 to 130,000 pounds (3,114 N to 578,240 N) load.

Material: Carbon

steel except load pin which is

stainless steel.

Service: For rigid restraint applications allowing the greatest amount of field adjustment without

field welding

.

Installation: Securely fasten end bracket to structure. Attach strut paddle to end bracket. Adjust strut for the desired overall length. Fasten strut to pipe attachment (in place). After all minor adjustments are made, the unit is locked by

tightening the hex nut against the extension piece.

NOTE: Rods should be visible in the sight holes at each end ofthe strut to assure proper thread

engagement. Special lengths or other increments available upon request.

Field Adiustment: Plus or minus two inches (51 mm) (minimum). Used

With: Catpenter

6202 , 6222 , 6252

,

and Paterson Figures 6175,

6520 , 6521

, 6525 , 6526

Ordering: Specify figure number,

.

size, strut length

(pin to pin length) and customer mark number (if any). For Metric applications specify Figure M2250. FIGURE 2015

-

L]GHT DUTY HIGID ROD STRUT P

PIPE SIZE

P

SIZE

I,OAT)

MAX.

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700

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a

3114

2845

1.5

1,500

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40

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4,000

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25,000

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35,000 1 55694

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60

60,000

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5

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181

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60

266904

864

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38

92

89

43

10

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296

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105

102

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13

254

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80,000

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130,000

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DIMENSIONSTEMPERATL,'RE LOADS INCHES

FAHRENHEIT

POLTNDS

POUNDS

FOOT-POLINDS

MILLIMETERS

CELSruS

NEWTONS

KILOGRAMS

NEWTON.METERS


STATIC AND DYNAMIC RESTRAINTS

FIELD WELDED ADJUSTABLE RIGID STRUT Figure 2252

ro

p

{rrerocurrosur)

Size Range: 700 to 130,000 pounds (3,114 N to 578,240 N) load.

Material: Carbon

steel except load pin which is

stainless steel.

Service: For rigid restraint applications where pin to pin dimension is to be determined in the field. All struts will be shipped at maximum pin to pin dimension.

Installation: Determine pin to pin dimension, cut strut tube to required length and weld adapter end to strut. Securely fasten end bracket to structure. Adjust strut to desired overall length. Fasten strut to pipe attachment (in place). After all minor adiustments are made, the unit is locked by tightening the hex nut against the extension piece.

Note: Rods should be visible in the sight holes at each end of the strut to assure proper thread engagement. One end shipped loose for

field welding. Field Adjustment: Plus or minus four inches (102 mm) after final welding.

Note: For Sizes and Dimensions please refer to Figure 2250 on page 5. For Size 60 through Size 1 30, insert Field Weld Adapter one inch ( 1 ") into pipe and weld.

Ordering: Speciff parl number, size, and customer mark number (if any). For Metric applications specif,, F igure M2252.

IORQUE

DIMENSIONSTEMPERAruRE LOADS FAHRENHEIT INCHES MII,LIMETERS CELSruS

POLINDS

NEWTONS

POIINDS KILOGRAMS

FOO]:POL]NDS NEWTON-METERS


STATIC AND DYNAMIC RESTRAINTS

VIBRATION CHECK-SWAY BRACES Specifications: Al1 Carpenter and Paterson Vibration CheckSway Braces are designed to meet the requirement of: Manufacturers Standardization Society SP-58 Type 50 Manufacturers Standardization Society SP-69 and ASME Code for Pressure Piping ASME 831.1

Carpenter and Paterson has designed its units into six sizes, based on past experience, relating to specific pipe sizes. In general, we recommend the use of these sizes. Size Range: Preloads from 60 to 2,000 pounds (267 N to 8,896 N) up to maximum forces of 240 to 8,000 pounds (1,068 N to 35, 584 N).

andASME 831.3 Type Selection: Specifz a Figure 2303 where adjustabilify of the preload is desired, in most other cases a Figure 2300

Service: For controlling vibration, to prevent externally caused pipe sway, as an energy resisting device to oppose shock forces and as a guide or restraint to control pipe line

is usually sufficient.

Size Selection: The size of the Vibration Check-Sway Brace is determined by calculating the amount of resistive force required by the sway brace to overcome the inerlia force of the vibrating object. This is done by taking into consideration the mass, amplifude, frequency and angle of approach of the sway brace from the axis of movement.

movements.

Temperature: 350'F (177"C) for all components except pipe clamp and temperature effect on spring coil. Features:

. . . . . .

Compact and suitable for use in a confined space. Each size has 3" (76mm) of travel in either direction.

How to Size Assemblies: The Figures 2301 and2304 assemblies are recommended where the pin to pin dimensions are small. For assemblies with large pin to pin

Al1 steel construction to protect the spring against damage and weather conditions.

dimensions, use the Figure 2302 or 2305 assemblies. Refer to the individual assemblies for maximum lengths.

Nameplate and movement indicator plate are anticorrosive. These plates are mechanically fastened to prevent accidental removal. Paint

Final Setting: The sway brace should be in the neutral (zero force) position when the system is HOT and operating. If not, the rod coupling must be turned to readjust to the neutral position.

standard primer finish.

Rod coupling allows for field adjustment.

available for Optional Feature: Corrosion Resistant or severe protection against moderate corrosive conditions weather. The unit is galvanized, per ASTM A- 153, except the spring which is epoxy powder coated. The final closure weld at time of assembly is metalized.

size, pipe size, preload and length (pin to pin length), customer mark number (if any). Pipe clamp, Figure 6180, must be ordered separately.

Ordering: Specifu figure number,

For Metric applications specify Figures M2300, M2301, }1423 02, M2303, M23 0 4, M23 05.

SINGLE ADJUSTMENT SWAY BRACE Figure 2300

FIGURE 23OO

-

SINGLE ADJUSTMENT SWAY BRACE

RATED LOAD

INITIAL SIZB

2

MAX. LOAD

SPRING

LOAD

P ATE

A

60

240

60 lbs./in.

314

267

1068

ll

175

700

L2ll4 t lt2

l9

311

175 1bs./in.

1

13 1/8

Nimm

2

775

3t14

31N/mm

25

J

500

2000

500 1bs./in.

I

J

2224

8896

88N/mm

4

1000

4000

1000 lbs./in.

4

4448

17793

175N/mm

32

5

1

500

6000

1500 lbs./in.

I lt z

5

6672

26689

263 N/mm

6

2000

8000

2000 lbs./in.

6

8896

35586

350N/mm

25

H

Ft

38

4s4

314

4 318

a<

219

111

9

4 318

32

229

111

13 3t4

4 3t8 11i

2 51

349 1l2 12 st8 38 321 :,2

44

435 318

w

8 5/8

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44

|

718

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L

1

t 3l4 1U4

111

l7

J

t

2ll2

2

64

t3

718

6lt2 t65 6112

51

352

165

11/) 21 ll4 2112

2

15 314

6112

s40

51

400

165

38 38

492

64

NOTES: l) Length adjustment is 1-1/2" (3Smm) in either direction when installed in an assembly.

2)Each size has 3" (76mm) travel in either direction.

DIMENSIONS TEMPERATLTRE LOADS

WEIGHT

TORQUE

INCHES

FAHRENHEIT

POLTNDS

POUNDS

FOOT-POLiNDS

MIl,T-IMFJfERS

CELSruS

NEWTONS

KILOGRAMS

NEIVION.METERS


STATIC AND DYNAMIC RESTRAINTS

SINGLE ADJUSTMENT SWAY BRACE ASSEMBLIES PtoP

x.1 1/2"

Figure 23OL

ADJ

Pto P x.1 1/2" ADJ,

Figure 2302

FIGURE 230L,2302 - SINGTE ADJUSTMENT SWAY BRACE ASSEMBLIES

INCHES/MM

FIGURE

230L, 2302

2300t

E2

E1

E

stzE

slzE

1

1

t2 rl4

1

3.

31.L

470

2

2

13 7/8

2

2

333

3

3

t7 7/8

3

3

454

t8

1./2

tlz

2

MIN.

230t te 7/2

64

495

Ie s/8

3

2!:/8

498

76

543

3

261,/8

76

664

4 4

4 4

17 1-/8 435

24 3/8 619 24 7/8 613

5

5

t9 3/8

27

5

5

492

689

6

6

2tL14

29

3

3tt/2

6

6

540

737

76

800

* Minimum

t

PTOP

FIGURE

P

to

P

for Parl2302 is maximum

P

to

3

2i]18

76

670

3

29 s/8

76

752

tl8

P

for Part 2301.

Refer to Part 2300 for rated loads, complete dimensions and notes.

LOADS INCHES

FAHRENHEIT

MtLLturrrRs

crrsuts

WEIGH

PouNDs PouNDs L lNcH-PouNDs rurwrorus I xrrocRnus l ruewroll-vetrns

MAX. 230L 36

t/4

92L 37 L/8 943 417

/8

1064 47 L18 1045 43 3/8 L702 45

r/4

tL49

MAX.* 2302

W1

61

t/8

1549

3

69

t/8

iisz

3

7/8

74 L880 84

3/15

2134

5

3

100

tl4

2540 102

114

2s97

6

6


STATIC AND DYNAMIC RESTRAINTS

DOUBLE ADJUSTMENT SWAY BRACE Figure 2303 Preload Adjustment: Turn the adjuster nut on the structural attachment end until the desired preload is attained. Turn the compression nut until it takes up the slack. Lock in position. Note that the indicated deflection must be greater than the thermal movement.

FIGURE

2303. DOUBLE ADJUSTMENT SWAY BRACE ASSEMBLY RATED LOAD

stzE

INITIAL

MAX.

SPRING

LOAD

LOAD

RATE

1

60

240

1

1068

2

267 175

2

778

31-74

3

500 2224 1,000

2000 8896

3

4 4 5

5 6 6

4448 1,500 6672 2,000 8896

700

4000 17793 6000

26689 8000

3ss86

A

3/4

60 lbs./in 11 N/mm 175 lbs./in 31 N/mm 500 lbs./in

19 1

J

t

W

t

e r/2

4 3/8

L7

sl8

448

25

re

1,/4

24L

1.17

1.

t/4

10

4 3/8

32 714

254

tLl

14 3/4

4 3/8

375

171 6 L/2

L17

s

1-/8

25

489

130

I

24

su8

r

25

130 s s/8

L

38 1-L/2

510 24 610 27 3/8 695 2e 7/4

6 !/4 159 5 1,/4

38

743

159

88 N/mm

Qqq lbs./in. L75 N/mm 1500 lbs./in 263 N/mm 2000 lbs./in 350 N/mm

H

4 s/8

E

7 L/4 32

t

r12

32

t43

rl2 38

t t

t3 3/4 349

16s 6 tl2

44

Ls slg 397

3/4

!7 tl2

6 1./2

445

155

314

44

165

NOTES: 1) Length adjustment is t-1./2" (38mm) in either direction when installed in an assembly, 2) Each size has 3" (76mm) travel in either direction. 3) Either of the two forces is adjustable up to the maximum rated load

DIMENSIONS TEMPERATURE INCHES

1411trllllr

POUNDS

loulqs

tNcH-PquNps

MILLIMETERS

câ&#x201A;ŹLsu ts

NEWTONS

KILOGRAMS

NEWTON-METERS


STATIC AND DYNAMIC RESTRAINTS

DOUBLE ADJUSTMENT SWAY BRACE ASSEMBLIES PtoP +1 1/2" ADJ.

Figure 2304

PtoP 1 /2"

Figure 2305

ADJ

PART

FIGURE 2304,2305 - DOUBLE ADJUSTMENT SWAY BRACE ASSEMBTIES

TNcHES/MM

FIGURE

2304,

FIGURE

2305

2303+ stzE

slzE 1

1.

7

1

2

2

2

2

3

3

3

3

4 4

4 4

t t

5

5

5

5

6

6

6

6

Minimum Refer

P

to P for Part 2305

PTOP E

77

s/8

448 19 t/4 489 24 610 24 610 27 3/8 595 2e 1/4

743 is maximum P

to

P

MAX.*

E2

2305

W1

23 slg 600 2s 3/4

2 7/2

247/8

4t s/8

66

!18

64

632

1057

1676

3

3

27 Ll2

654

76

30 tl2 775

3

76

699 32 t/4 819

31

3

787

76

33

t/4

75

t/8

1099 48 L2T9 48

1905 80

L/8

t2L9 57 3/8

231.7

5

108

tl4

43

t/4

2032 91

3 3

3l16

is tle

3

892

75

845 37 s/8 956

6

3

39 712

L305 57 tl4

2743

37 940

110

t/4

76

1003

r454

2794

6

for Part 2304'

to Part 2303 for rated loads, complete dimensions and notes.

DIMENSIONS

TEMPERATURE

INCHES

FAHRENHEIT

POUNDS

POUNDS

MILLIMETERS

CELSU IS

NEWTONS

KILOGRAMS

10

MAX. 2304

E1

MIN. 2304

INCH-POUNDS NEWTON-METERS


STATIC AND DYNAMIC RESTRAINTS

l

SWAY BRACE PIPE CLAMP Figure 5180 Size Range: 2 through 24 inches (50 mm

to 600 mm).

Material: Carbon Steel Finish: Plain Service: For use with our standard line of sway brace assemblies only, in the control of vibration and shock

.

loading.

Maximum Temperature: 650'F (343"C)for rated loads shown. Features: Tight fitting load pin. Size Selection: See the chart shown below to match the appropriate clamp to the desired sway brace

l

E3

assembly.

Ordering: Specify figure number and pipe size, For Metric applications specify Figure M6180.

FIGURE 5180 - SWAY BRACE PIPE CLAMP

ASSEMBLY

slzE

PIPE

slzE 2

50

2t/2

t

*

E3

5

ASSEMBLY

stzE

t/8

130

s

t/2

PIPE

stzE 4

E3

6

PIPE

slzE

stzE

t/2

10

E3

ASSEMBTY

PIPE

slzE

stzE

10 s/8

18

E3 1,47

/8

378 t6 L/4

100

165

2s0

270

450

5

7

L2

177/8

20

r25

300

{oiz

T4

13

3s0

330 13 13/16

5s0

435

16

24

t8 t/r6

400

351

600

459

65

140

3

s ts/1.6

80 3 7/2 90

151

150

6 3/76

8

t78 8 5/8 zt9 9 9/16

r57

200

243

2

ASSEMBTY

6

3

4*

500

4t3

22

17 t/8

Sizes 5 and 6 as specified by customer.

DIMENSIONS TEMPERATURE INCHES

FAHRENH

E

MITLIMETERS

-cElwts

POUNDS

POUN DS

NEWTONS

krroe navts

INCH,POI.JN DS NEWTON-METERS


STATIC AND DYNAMIC RESTRAINTS Standard Design Features:

HYDRAULIC SHOCK AND SWAY ARRESTORS

.

The Carpenter and Paterson Hydraulic Shock and Sway Arrestor is a manifold design hydraulic component consisting of a high pressure main cylinder, a flow control section which contains dual stage velocity sensitive poppet valves, and a spring biased airloil interface hydraulic reservoir.

with self-cleaning orifi

. . . .

FLOW CONTROL ASSFMBLY

Piping and/or equipment movement is controlled by tamper-proofdual stage flow control poppets designed ces.

Furnished as a complete, compact, and efficient unit, ready for immediate use.

Manifold configuration requiring no extemal piping. Spherical, self-aligning ball bushings allow fort 5o of angular motion or misalignment. Pressurized hydraulic reseruoir allows mounting in any spatial orientation.

. PISTON ROD

STROKE POSITION DATUM POINT

. . . .

Mrtually no resistance to normal thermal movements of the piping. Paint

-

standard primer flnish.

Large restraining forces compared to size. Functions in restraining tension and compression. Stroke determination is made from built-in-datum

point located on piston rod. General Application: Used for the control and protection of piping and equipment subject to shock (impulse) loading and swaying (cyclic) conditions. Its use transfers any imposed forces on the piping or equipment directly to the building structure at the instant of shock occuffence, while at all other times allowing free unrestricted movement through its

.

Optional Design Features:

.

normal operating range.

.

Specific Applications:

. . .

Earthquakeprotection To prevent damage by wind in outdoor installations

.

Employed at points in piping systems subject to shock loadings generated by quick closing valves, water hammer, relief valve reaction or other applied shock

.

loads.

Basic Operation: The piston rod is free to move in either direction with no restrictions to the fluid flow for all piston velocities up to the activation velocity. At activation velocity poppet valve, intemal to the snubber, closes. Closure of poppet in either tension or compression greatly reduces fluid flow through the valve, increasing the pressure on operating side ofthe cylinder and generating a resistance force. Post activation flow through grooves in the poppet atrated design capacity of the unit is termed the "bleed rate." When thb applied velocity of the unit becomes zero the poppet valve opens once again, allowing free piston movement. the the the the

Provides concise Fluid Level Indicator determination of exact- fluid level in the unit, thereby eliminating estimate of reserve fluid level. striped piston rod is Stroke Position Indicator determination of stroke available for "at-a-glance"-A position.

A non-adjustable valve, Integral Relief Valve which is factory preset- at 133%o, or 200% ofrated load. 100 psig or greater, a -Atthat the unit is restraining load, pop-up device indicates Must be ordered with optional integral relief valve.

Activation Indicator

When no thermal growth Rigid Strut Application - an optional poppet valve, is anticipated after lock-up without bleed, is fumished. Must be ordered with optional integral relief valve.

Factory Pre-Set: The units are shipped from the factory complete, tested, filled to capacity and piston rod pre-set to mate with pin to pin installation dimension.

reserr,zoir

To determine factory pre-set dimension perform the following calculations. Compression Stroke:

Pre-Set:

-,ffj:'

Tension Stroke: pre-Set

DIMENSIONS TEMPERATURE LOADS INCHES

FAHRENHEIT

POUNDS

MILLIMETERS

CELSIUS

NEWTONS

TORQUE

POIINIJS KILOGRAMS

FOOT-POUNDS NIWTON,METERS

: -ffi;::,

+ (Cy[nder Stroke- Thermal Mvt.)


STATIC AND DYNAMIC RESTRAINTS

SHORT STRUT HYDRAULIC SNUBBER Figure 2525 Size Range: Available in seven sizes from 3,000 pounds (13,244 N) to 130,000 pounds ( 578,240 N) and stroke lengths of 6,12, and 18 inches (152mm, 305mm, and 457mm).

R ,-t/

Service: For dynamic restraint applications requiring the smallest overall assernbly length in tight fit applications. Piston Rod Setting: The factory will preset and clamp the piston rod at the proper Cold installing stroke position. Unless specified otherwise, this setting will position the piston so that its calculated thennal movement

1

-\

tt

will straddle the mid-stroke

position ofthe unit, giving equal reserve at each end of the stroke. See Installation lnstructions to determine or change piston rod setting.

10"

I

I

L]ru -

I

ltt

- T-l

I

____f_

__

I

T

Used With: Carpenter & Paterson Figures 61 75, 6202, 6222, 6252, 6520, 6521, 6525, 6526. Specifiz part number, size, cylinder stroke, thermal movement and direction (tension or compression), preset, overall assembly length (pin to pin in inches), options (if any), and customer mark number (if any). Restraint attachments must be ordered separately. For Metric applications speci8r PartM2525.

Ordering:

FIGURE 2525 _ SHORT STRUT HYDRAULIC SNUBBER INCHES/mm

MAX.

CYL.

Pto Pi

LOAD

BqBE

MIN.S

3

3,000

T TI2

J

t3,3M

38

SIZE

22

34

578

PRtr SET

MIf!. MAX.!

Lst

Lr

P

R

S

T

2U4

5

t8ll4

4U2

ll2

1|4

t 3l4

5/8

314

6 314

57

t27

464

lt4

13

3Z

44

16

19

171

16

314

2

21t2

718

J/+

6 314

70

19

5l

64

22

19

r71

32

3

1 3/8

1/+

6 a/4

r25

10

10,000

26 660

6

44.480

2112 64

27/8

10

73

20

20,000

3 114

29

3 718

152 6 318

t9

314

502 2t 3t8

6

114

159

1

518

2

1

20

88,960

83

737

98

162

s43

194

25

30

30,000

4

31 3/8

4U4

81/2

22112

8 7/8

1U4

30

133.440

t02

797

108

2t6

<1''

225

J/-

518

76

35

t9

t7l

57

1U2

314

6 314

155

67

89

38

l9

17L

'/0

314

6 314

255

518

50,000

5

J)

5 5/8

\0 1t4

1-)

l0

3 5/8

3U2

r 11fi6

5U

z22.400

127

838

143

260

584

254

38

92

89

43

25

11314

t 3l4

4118

4

635

298

tr

70

70,000

6

36 314

6114

7Q

311,360

ts2

933

1sg

302

8112

16

216

406

130

130,000

8

130

s78"240

203

sl116

107 5

718

z8 7t16 t3 722

718

352

I

112

35

3U2

67

2

50

42

WEIGH'I

H-

Ft

44

105

2112

6

64

152

t02

I

19

13/16

/+

t9

46

5|4 2 IIT6 i33

.)

52

3t4 19

171

116

6 314

410

171

186

-,4

805

171

365

6

tUnit length fully retracted. $

Dimensions shown are for 6" ( 152mm) stroke unit. For 12" (304mm) and 18" (457mm) Stroke units add stroke difference

*Envelope radius.

DIMENSIONS TEMPERAI'URE

I nrr-Hls

LOADS

[r.,qtrnrrHrrlIP()t

r\4rLLrMFrLRs

WEIGHT

NDS Pou\DS

TORQUE

t(iof-POtl\DS

CELStls Ntwro)s E4Qq34N4l[f\/]0\{ltR\ 13


STATIC AND DYNAMIC RESTRAINTS

ADJUSTABLE STRUT HYDRAULIC SNUBBER

LL1

Figure 2530 Size Range: Available in seven sizes from 3,000 to 130,000 pounds

(13,344 N through 578,240 N) and stroke lengths of6,12,and 18 inches (152 mm, 305 mm, and 457 mm).

lr

Service: For dynamic restraint applications allowing the greatest amount of field adjustment or where the exact overall length

4J rl

must be determined on-site. Used With: Carpenter &

Paterson

I

Figures 611 5, 6202, 6222, 6252,

6520,6521,6525,6526.

Ordering: SpeciS figure number,

size, cylinder stroke,

thermal movement and direction (tension or compression), preset, overall assembly length (pin to pin length), options (if any), and customer mark number (if any). Restraint attachments must be ordered separately. For Metric applications specifz Figure M25 3 0.

FIGURE 2530 -ADJUSTABLE STRUT HYDRAULIC SNUBBER INCHES/mm

MAX.

StZH,

T,rlAN

P

p3

LI

MIN.I

MAX

I3

n\{TN.l

PIPE S'ZE

t8114

15 1/8

2

464

384

50

17 U8 435

2lt2

TORQUE (Q) (NOMINAL)

J

3,000

33 318

64

3

13.344

848

t626

10

10,000

36 718

69

l0

937

t753

502

20

44,480 20.000

40 1/8

75

21318

J

s/80 s/80 s/80 s/80 s/80

r30

00

20

88.960

1019

1905

543

476

80

sl80

59

36

30

30,000

42 718

84

22 U2

20 318

3ll2

200

00

133,440

1089

2t34

572

518

90

91

36

50

50,000

45 314

120

23

22 314

5

330

00

50

222,400

1162

3048

584

578

t25

s/80 s/80 s/80 s/80

150

36

70

70,000

50 U4

t20

25

2s v4

6

si80

530

00

70

311.360

1276

3048

635

641

150

s/80

240

36

130

130,000

t20

28 7116

291t8

8

si80

1050

00

130

s78.240

3048

722

740

200

s/80

476

36

30

5'7

9lt6

r462

t9

314

t8

For dimensions not given, refer back to ParI2525 I Dimensions shown are for 6" ( 1 52mm) stroke unit. For 12" (304mm) and 18" (457mm) Stroke units add stroke difference z Weight shown is for minimum P to P and 6" (152mm) stroke unit 3

WEIGHT2 /apppnY i

Unit length fully retracted.

DIMENSIONSTEMPER{TURE LOADS INCHES

FAHRENHEIT

MILLIMETERS

cEr-srus

POI]NDS NEWTONS

WEICHT

TORQUE

POUNDS

FOOT_POLTNDS

KILOGRAMS

NEWTON-MITERS

314

65

40

35

18

47

34

00 36

75


PIPE CLAMPS AND ATTACHMENTS

ON.AXIS RESTRAINT YOKE CLAMP Figure 6175 Size Range: 700 to 130,000 pounds (3,114 N through 518,240 N) load.

Material: Carbon

steel except U-bolt which is alloy steel, and load pin which is stainless steel.

i i'r trl

tr'inish: Plain

Max. Temp.: 650'F (343"C). Service: For non-integral, on-axis, attachment to the piping system in restraint applications. Used With: Carpenter & Paterson Figures 2015,2250,

))\) )\)s

)570

Ordering: Specify figure number, load

size and pipe size. Strut assembly must be ordered separately.

T

ll"lll 'l I lul

E illfr

m

m

frl

For Metric applications specify Figure M6175.

Note: This clamp is designed to function within a I 0o cone of action, perpendicular to the pipe. Loading beyond this cone is not recommended.

SIZES 80 and 130

SIZES 7 through 60

FIGURE 6175 - ON-AXIS RESTRAINT YOKE CLAMPS TORQUE(Q)

3t4

0.7

700 3.114

INCHESA4M G P 3t8 U2

19

13

1.5

1,500

3t4

5/8

1.5

6.672 4,000

19

16

J

4

314

5i8

l2

4

17,792

19

t6

J

,7

7,000 31.136

IU4

7t8

314

32

22

l9

t2 t2

12,000

I

718

3t4

53,376

32

22

l9

44

25

25,000

2

1 3/8

1

21t2

35

25

64

SIZE 0.7

7

MAX. I,OAI)

D

114

25

1l1,200

51

35

35,000 15s,680 60,000 266,880 80,000 3ss.840 130,000 578.240

2112

35

60 60 80 80 130 130

|

1t2

10

l2

| 1t4 32

38

64

lllL6

t

lt2

T

(NOMINAL)

1

7.5

25

IO

I

32 43 32

25

|

114

JZ

|

314

44

I

314

43

125 169 125

J

169 200 271 600

76 3 1t2

1000

813

2112 64

1

43

38

89

3U4

1 13116 46

1314 44

6

525

152

712

21t16 {?

2|2

8

835

64

203

t132

83

4

t02

1

356

TORQUE

DIMENSIONS TEMPERATURE INCHES

FAHRENHEIT

POLINDS

POTJNDS

FOOT-POL]NDS

MILLIMETERS

CELSruS

NEWTONS

KILOGRAMS

NE]'VION.MITSRS

15


PIPE CLAMPS AND ATTACHMENTS FIGURE 6175 - ON-AXIS _ RESTRAINT YOKE CLAMPS Yoke

t.5 1{

Size

.7 1

Max. Load

7{ r0

1,500

3.t 14

6"672

Pipe

E

lize

WGT

n

WGT.

t2

25 ,,<

E

WGT

E

WGT

E

E

J4

r3 3/8

66

15 1/8

145

5 3/8

340

30

384

66

391

9t

E

E

WGT.

WGT

E

WGT

4.5

6

5

8

13

8

13

2.0

152

2.3

203

5.9

203

5.9

4

6|2

5

6ll2

6112

6

8lt2

l5

8U2

15

165

2.7

216

6.8

216

6.8

6

t25

179

2.7

179

2.7

6

7

9n6

6

1

2.5

9il6

7

24

10 9/16

J.t)

243

11

243

1l

268

l5

24

l0 9/l t

24

n9116

40

9

9l\6

192

2.7

192

8

9 9t16

9

9 9116

10

9 9116

l1

10 9/ 1(

4.1

243

4.5

243

5.0

268

243 l0 5/8 10 250 270

200

10

0 5/8

4.5

270

I

295

t2

11 5/8

13

300

295

5.9

5i8

9fi6

8

192

150

t

WGT

E

WGT.

400

2.9

-!

7

WGT

1lt6 6.5 179

9l\6

7

578,240

155,680

6

165

130,000

35,000

111.200

152

7 TIT6

80,000

3ss.840

25,000

s3.376

4

6

60,000 266,880

12,000

31,136

1.8

2.3

130 110

4,000

6

165

RN

17,792

1)

t52

7 UI6

80

6fl

1 7,000

3

5

60

-t

7

4

80 100

3

4

il

24

9

11

268

11

tl

294

18

28

11 5/8

28

12 518

48

11

r0 5/8

12

5.0

2't0

5.4

295

13

295

13

321

22

15

11 5/8

16

12 518

JJ

r2 5/8

7J

13 s/8

53

6.8

29s

321

15

321

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16

]

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POUNDS

FOOT-POLINDS

KILOGRAMS

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3l

925 420 I

055

479


PIPE CLAMPS AND ATTACHMENTS

RESTRAINT PIPE CLAMPS

Range: 700 to

Figure 6202 Size

Garbon Steel 130,000 pounds (3,114

LOAD

N I

through 578,240 N) of load in various pipe sizes from 314 inch (20 mm) through 36 inches (900 mm).

Material: Carbon

steel except the load pin

which is stainless steel. Service: For non-integral on-axis attachment to the piping system in restraint applications.

Max. Temp.: 650"F (343"C) for the rated loads shown.

Features: . Designed for use with spherical ball bushings. . Tight tolerances provide for low lost motion.

. Interchangeable with avarief.1 of Carpenter

&

SIZES

Paterson struts.

.7 through 35

With: Carpenter & Paterson ))50 ))5) ?510 '5?5

Used

SIZES 60 and 80

Figures 2015,

Ordering: Specify figure number, load

size, and pipe size. Stmt attachment must be ordered separately. For Metric applications specifii

slzE 14'TO 24"=4 stzE 30', 36"=6

314"

1t4"

Figure M6202.

Installation Note: Tension bolts to remove slack, (while maintaining dim. "G") plus %tumof the nut. Then lock jam nut to full nut. Note: This clamp is designed to function within a 10o cone of action, perpendicular to the pipe. Loading beyond this cone is not recommended.

Note: Dimensions are shown on the following page.

Figure 6222

- Alloy Steel

SIZES 130

Size Range: Same as Figure 6202. Note: Selected Load Size must be adjusted for

the Design temperature.

Note: Dimensions shown for the Figure 6202 do not apply.

Material: Chrome molybdenum

steel.

Maximrim Temperature: 1200"F (648'C). Ordering: Made special to customer order. Please contact your local Carpenter sales

&

Paterson

office for details. For Metric applications

specily FigweM6222.

Note: Special clamps can be designed to suit customer requirements.

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DIMENSIONS TEMPERATURE

lNCHES

FAHRENHEIT

POLTNDS

POTINDS

MILLl[{ETERS

CELSruS

NEWIONS

KTLOGRAMS

FOOT-POTJNDS NEWTON.WIERS

17


PIPE CLAMPS AND ATTACHMENTS

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80

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80,000

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1.5

4

7

I2

25

35

4 4,000

7

12 12,000

3s

s3.376

25 25,0u0 111.200

Size

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Max, Load

700 3.114

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G G

11/tz

21/sz

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PIPE CLAMPS AND ATTACHMENTS

OFF-AXIS RESTRAINT PIPE CLAMP Figure 6252

LOAD

I

Size Range: 700 to 60,000 pounds (3,1 14N to 266,880 N ) ofload in various pipe sizes from llz (40 mm) through 36 (900 mm) inches.

Material: Carbon

steel except the load

pin which is stainless steel. Service: For non-integral off-axis attachment to the piping system in restraint applications.

Max. Temp.: 650"F (343'C ) for the rated loads shown. Used With: Carpenter & Paterson Figures 201 5, 2250, 2252, 2525, 2530.

Ordering: Specifr figure number, load size, and pipe size. Strut attachment must be ordered separately. For Metric applications specify Figure M6252.

Note: This clamp is designed to function within a 10o cone of action and a 90o arc ofloading. Loading beyond the cone or arc is not recommended.

Installation Note: Tension bolts to remove slack, (while maintaining dimension "G") plus % furn of nut. Then lock jam nut to full nut. This product must be used with shear lugs supplied by others. (Dimensions are shown on the following page.)

DIMENSIONS TEMPERATURE LOADS

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ERS


PIPE CLAMPS AND ATTACHMENTS

FIGURE 6252 _ OFF AXIS RESTRAINT PIPE CLAMP LOAT

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1,5

4

7

12

t{

35

SIZE

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1.5

4

7

12

25

35

60

f{Ax nAf

700

1.500

4,000

7.000

12.000

25.000

35,000

60,000

3,114

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t7,792

31,136

53,376

155.680

266.880

PIPE SIZE lVz

n

w

WGT

434

2

6

40

121

5l

2.7

2

5

2

6

5

3

50

127

51

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127

76

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53/q

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8

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3

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65

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64

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3

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152

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152

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Sizes above and to the left

Load Size Max. Load

(i

20

1695 '769

'rot/^

'l5t

582 I

1624 737 l

1.5

1.5 700 3.114

1.500

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7 7.000 31.136

12.000 53.376

4 4 4.000

25

)(

25.000 111.200 l;lr e

69t

770 l

801

16

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406

841

ofsolid line are Type I. Sizes to the right and below are Type ll.

1

53(

35 35 3s,000 1s5.680

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PIPE CLAMPS AND

AfiACHMENTS

RESTRAINT RISER CLAMPS Carbon Steel Material; Carbon steel except load pin which

Figure 628L

Figure 6280

is stainless steel

Finish: Plain.

-

Alloy Steel

Material: Chrome molybdenum steel except load pin which is stainless steel. Finish: Plain.

Maximum Temperature: 650"F (343'C). Service: For axial restraint of vertical or horizontal piping where two struts are required. Load is carried by shear lugs which are welded to the pipe.

Maximum Temperature: 1100'F (593"C). Service: For axial restraint of vertical or horizontal pipin where two struts are required. Load is carried by shear lugs which are welded to the pipe.

Ordering: Specify part number, exact pipe O.D., load, operating temperature, C-C dimension and strut size. Strut assembly must be ordered separately. For Metric applications specify Figure M6280.

Ordering: Specify part number, exact pipe O.D., load, operating temperature, C-C dimension and strut size. Strut assembly must be ordered separately. For Metric applications specify Figure M6281.

_ --t --:

ffio$'l? TYPE 3

TYPE 2

DIMENSIONS TEMPERATURE

TOADS

WEIGHT

INCHES

FAHRENHEIT

POUNDS

POUNDS

MILLIMETERS

CELSUIS

NEWTONS

KILOGRAMS

I

NCH-POUNDS

NEWTON.METERS

21


PIPE CLAMPS AND ATTACHMENTS

WETDING LUG ATTACHMENT Figure 6410 Size Range: 700

to 60,000 pounds (3,114

N

to

266,880 N) load for various pipe sizes from !%" (40 mm)through 36" (900 mm). Material: Carbon steel except the load pin which is

I I roro t

P

_,I-

-T

stainless steel. Service: For integral attachment to a piping system

in restraint applications. Maximum Temperature: 650"F (343'C) for the rated loads shown. ordering: Specify figure number, load size, and pipe size. Strut assembly must be ordered separately. For Metric applications specify Figure M6410. Note: This product is designed to function within

J SIZES

SIZES.T THROUCH 4

7

THROI.JGH

[,

60

cone of action and a l-80'arc of loading. Loada ing beyond the cone or arc is not recommended. LOo

FIGURE 5410 - WELDING LUG ATTACHMENT .7

YOKE

-15-

j

(r7F MAX.

700

LOAD

3114

PIPE

E

L

7 L/2

3 314

4 3/8

40

95

111

2

3 3/4

4 3/8

a

tTE

50 2

r/2

*lns.

W

L

E

f

4

7 7

1500 6672

4 4000 L7792

W

*lns.

wct.

E

t

t/8

wgt.

4 s/8

3

2 s/8

1,.6

3 3/4

5

3

95

1,17

76

67

0.7

95

121

76

54

1.3

27/8

T,4

3 314

4 s/8

2 s/8

1.6

3 3/4

5

3

2 1./8

2.8

67

0.7

95

r/8

1.8

4 L/4

79

0.8

r/8

1.8

t.4

95

Lt'J-

76

a2

0.6

4 L/4

47/8

3

3 3/8

1.5

3/4

95

4

1.14

'J-1-7

76

s r/8

3

3

108

740

76

4 7/4

2

E

W

*lns.

wgt.

2.8

54

1.3

s/8

3.1

67

r.4 3.1

6

37/8

9.2

67

L.4

152

t/2 t91

6

76

1-52

98

4.2

6

4

3 L/8

4

b

7 7/2

6

37/8

e5

12L

L52

107

79

1.8

152

191

1,52

98

4 3/4

6

4

4

6

6

37/8

92

2.4 1.1

t2l,

1,52

702

98

4.2 9.2 4.2

3 5/8

2.4

4 3l+

6

4

t/8

9.5

92

Ll

r21

1.O2

r/8

2.6

s 7/4

152 6 t!2

105

1-.2

133

43/8

2.7

76

86

o.7

108

130

3

3 3/8

1.5

4 7/4

5 1./8

3

80

108

124

76

85

o.i

108

130

76

79

0.8

108

51/2 r40

4

4 3/4

s 318

4

37/8

s s/8

4

3 s/8

2.4

4 3/4

100

L2t 4 3/4

t37

L02

98

ot

4 3/4

L2I

143

lo2

92

1..1

s 3/8

4

37/8

2

4 3/4

s 5/8

4

5/8

t43 sls

LOz

4

143

61/8

102 4

156

to2 4 L/8

3

3

125

t21

1,37

LO2

98

o.s

12r

6

4314

s 3/8

4

37/8

2

4 3/4

150

L21

137

L02

98

0.9

121,

8

s 7/4

s7/8

4

43/8

5

200

133

149

ro2

L71

/.3 t.o

4

4 s/8

2.4

s

112

63/8

!.1

I40 5UZ

L62

105

ttt

t.2

6 3/8

4 1./8

4318

140

t62

105

111

3

t/8

7

r/2

191

L52

1-52

4

6 1./4

79

1.8

159

797

r52

4

3 s/8

6 Ll4

7 3/4

6

155

ro2

92

159

t97

1,52

105

6 3/4

4

37/8

ro2

98

8 t/4 210

6

171,

zi

63/4

4 s/8 117

2.7

5 t/2 L40 5 Ll2

4.4 2.0 4.6

6 3/4

4

37/8

4.6

6 3/4

L.2

L40

171

702

98

2.1

177

I4

6

7 1./4

5

43/8

350

157

184

L27

111

5.6 2.5

5

43/8

5.6

7

127

L17

2.5

778

216

18

7

450

178

20

l

s00

178

1t/z

6u8

250

740

156

102

L17

12

s 1/2

6 1./8

4

4s/8

300

L40

156

toz

L17

1.r

t/4

133

s

4

16

6

400

L52

7

r/4

184

79

7

1.8

10

3

!/8

L7r

7

3/4

6

tsz

4

105

4

r/8

[.4 9.5 .3

10

4.a

152

7

r/4 2t0 I r/2

6

47/8

11

778

2'J"6

L52

124

4.8

6

L52

47/8 t?4

4.4

8 L/2

6

47/8

11

2t6

1-52

124

4.8

8 L/2

6

47/8

'J-1

L52

724

4.8 11

8

I

)./2

6

!:18 717

10

4.6

11

24

7

zt6 81/2

6

47la

500

174

216

752

ttc

91/2

7

s 718

12

5.3

30

t

L

25/8

774

47/8

t

2

76

51/2

108

5

*lns.

0.6

/8

4 L/4

65

W

7000 31136

73

27 76

wgt.

1.5

6

750

203

247

174

1,49

36

8

91/2

7

57/8

L2

900

203

241

178

t49

5.3

Maximum insulation thickness.

22

DIMENSIONS

TEMPERATURE

INCHES

FAHREN HEIT

ruu l\u5

POUNDS

INCH-POUNDS

MILLIMETERS

cEtSuls

NEWTONS

(ILOGRAMS

NEWTON-METERS


PIPE CLAMPS AND ATTACHMENTS

FIGURE

6410. WELDING LUG ATTACHMENT

(CONT.)

tt sIZn

l2

t(

V{AX

12,000

nAr

53.316

35

60

25,000

35,000

111,200

155.680

60,000 266 8R0

PIPE

w

*INS.

7t/z

6

37/t

191

152

98

E

L

3

6

80

152

SIZE

WGT.

E

0u

J5

W

L

,IINS. WGT.

E

L

w

*INS,

WGT

39

E

L

w

*INS.

WGT.

lV2

40 2

50 2Vz

65 9.2 4.2 26

4

6

7V,

6

31/s

9Vz

9

31/a

152

191

152

98

9.2 4.2

7

100

178

229

98

12

5

6

7V,

6

31/t

9.2

7Yq

241 or/,

9

4V8

27

125

152

191

152

98

4.2

184

248

229

6

6Vq

734

6

4V8

73/q

10V1

o

150

159

197

152

10s

9.5 4.3

197

260

229

8

6V1

73/q

6

41/s

734

ljt/t

9

200

159

t97

r52

105

9.5 4.3

t97

260

10

6Tt

8V1

6

45h

l0

8

2s0

171

210

152

|7

4.6

203

l0Vz 267

12

63/t

8Vq

6

45/8

10

6

300

t7t

210

152

111

4.6

203

105

12

+

28

117

13

45

28

73/q

103/q

10

4Ys

229

1t7

13

197

273

105

18

9

47/t

29

8

ll

2s4

l0

434

40

8

11

12

37/t

5l

229

t24

13

203

279

254

111

18

203

279

305

98

1-3

1jVz

9

41/s

29

8

11

10

43/s

40

8

11

12

31/s

5l

267

229

124

13

203

279

254

111

18

203

279

305

98

IJ

9

12

12

41/s

56

229

305

305

124

25

I4

7

8v,

6

4Te

11

9

11Y2

9

57/e

32

9

12

10

53/t

350

178

216

152

124

4.8

229

292

229

149

15

229

305

2s4

137

44 20

1l 4.8

9

I1V2

9

5Ts

32

9

12

10

53/t

44

9

t2

T2

4t/8

56

229

292

229

149

15

229

305

254

137

20

229

30s

30s

124

25

56

16

7

8Y2

6

4Ts

400

178

2r6

1s2

124

i8

7

8Vz

6

4Ta

11

9

IlVz

9

57/t

32

o

t2

l0

5Tt

44

o

t2

T2

4Ta

4.8

229

292

229

149

15

229

305

254

137

229

305

305

124

25

11Y2

9

5 1/a

32

9

12

l0

53/s

20 44

o

T2

12

47/s

56

450

178

216

152

124

20

7

8v,

6

4t/a

l1

9

500 24

178

2t6

152

124

4.8

229

292

229

149

15

229

305

254

137

305

30s

/.1

25

8r/z

6

11

10

12Vz

10

61/t

37

10

13

12

634

20 54

229

7

10

IJ

15

5Te

71

600

178

216

152

124

4.8

2s4

318

254

175

17

2s4

330

305

162

24

254

330

38t

149

32

30

8

9Vz

7

5Vz

\2

10

I2V2

l0

61/t

37

13

12

634

54

l0

l-)

15

5Vs

71

750

203

241

178

149

5.3

254

318

254

175

l7

10 aai

330

305

162

.A

254

330

381

149

32

36

8

9Vz

7

57/t

12

l0

12V2

10

6Tz

3'7

10

13

12

63/t

54

l0

13

l5

5Ta

71

900

203

241

178

t4q

51

)\4

318

2s4

175

1'l

254

330

305

tol

24

254

330

i8l

149

1)

47

I

* Max'imum insulation thickness

FIGURE 6410

-

WELDING LUG ATTACHMENT 1.5

SIZE

.7

MAX. LOAD

700

Lr

4 4

35 35 35,000 155.680

60 60,000 266.880

3h

l1/z

lltAa

35

38

+J

I

lV4

IV2

19

25

32

38

2V2

.J

-t

38

Ir/z 38

64

'76

'16

T2

)<

12,000 53,376

25,000 111.200

3.114

L7,792

Y2

5A

s/B

7k

7k

G

t3

t6

t6

22

22

P

)/8

V2

t/z

3/q

3/t

P

r0

13

13

t9

R1 R1

5/B

7/t

lw

IV2

16

22

32

4,{100

R2 R2

T

t{

l2 7 7,000 31,136

1.5 1,500 6.672

/2

V2

3/,

7

l3

t3

19

22

V, 13

3/a

1

t9

22

t/^

V4

3h

V2

6

6

10

13

DIMENsToNs

TEMpER{TURE LoADS

WEIcHT

OU

25 25

TonQus

INcHES

FAHRENI.IEIT

POUNDS

PouNrs

INcH-PouNos

MILLIMETERS

CeLsrus

NEwroNS

KrLocR{MS

Npwrou-Mntsns 23


TYPICAL ARRANGEMENTS

STATIC AND DYNAMIC RESTRAINTS

RIGID STRUTS

FIGURE

u

2015./

HYDRAULIC SNUBBERS FTGURE

6175/

7

FIGURE 2530 (TYP.)

FIGURE.. 2530

FIGURE

6280.

SWAY BRACES

FIGURE

2302 FIGURE

FIGURE

',.

24

FIGURE 6180


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