FIG 167 INSULATION PROTECTION SADDLE
|The Figure 167 Insulation Protection Saddle is recommended for outside of foam or fiberglass insulation for distribution of loads to preclude crushing of insulation without breaking the vapor barrier.|
|1/2″ through 24″ pipe with up to 2″ thick insulation|
|ASME B31.1, Federal Specification A-A-1192A (Type 40), WW-H-171-E (Type 41), ANSI/MSS SP-69 and MSS SP-58 (Type 40).|
|To order, specify size (see “Size Selection” below), figure number and name. Data applicable to shields for thicker insulation or larger pipe sizes is available.For protection shields to be used in conjunction with pipe rolls, see Pipe Protection Saddles.|
The above drawings represent some common installations of the pipe support represented on this page. Installation types and configurations are not limited to the drawings above, but should always follow the manufacturers guidelines for application and installation.
DIMENSIONS & LOADS:
Note: As actual foam or fiberglass insulation thicknesses vary, verify that the radius of the selected shield is suitable for the required application. Shields are designed for a maximum span of 10 feet on 15 psi compressive strength insulation. For compressive strengths greater than 4 psi, spans may be increased proportionately up to maximum allowable for steel pipe. Refer to MSS-SP-69 for specific guidelines on compressive strength and maximum span.
PRODUCT CROSS REFERENCE¹:
Carpenter & Paterson Figure 265P Piping Technology Figure 183 PHD Figure 170 B-LINE Figure B3151
¹Product loads, weights, and dimensions may vary from manufacturer to manufacturer. Products may not be identical in size and shape. The Product Cross Reference is a guide for the product application only.
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Sources: Anvil International Pipe Hangers and Supports, Carpenter and Paterson Pipe Support Hardware