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FIG 274: ADJUSTABLE PIPE ROLL STAND WITH BASE PLATE

FIG 275: ADJUSTABLE PIPE ROLL STAND WITHOUT BASE PLATE

FIG 274P: CAST IRON CASE PLATE ONLY

APPLICATION

Designed for the support of pipe where longitudinal movement due to expansion and contraction may occur and where vertical and lateral adjustment during installation may be required.The Figure 274 Adjustable Pipe Roll includes the baseplate. The Figure 275 Adjustable Pipe Roll does not include the base plate. The Fig 274P Cast Iron Base Plate does not include a pipe roll.

SIZE RANGE

2″ through 42″

MATERIAL

Cast Iron Base Plate, Roll, and Stand; Plain or Galvanized

MAX TEMP

450° F at Roller

COMPLIANCE

ASME B31.1, Federal Specification A-A-1192A (Type 46), WW-H-171-E (Type 47), ANSI/MSS-SP-69 and MSS SP-58 (Type 46).

NOTE

Vertical adjustment is obtained by the use of the four adjusting screws located on the corners of the stand. Lateral adjustment is secured by stand sliding on each of the adjustment screws.Refer to Fig 75SD and 76SD for additional pipe roll designs. Standard line of carbon steel base plates is available.

Fig 274, Fig 275, Fig 274P Pipe Roll and Base Plate

  • DIMENSIONS & LOADS:

    Base plate is provided with two holes for anchorage to floor, pier, structural support and similar constructions, as well as to welded steel brackets Fig 195, and Fig 199. Adjustable pipe roll stand without base plate, Fig 275, can be used for supporting tunnel piping, etc., by resting ends of adjusting screws on structural steel angles, channels, etc.

    Fig 274, Fig 275, Fig 274P Pipe Roll and Base Plate Drawing

    Fig 274, Fig 275, Fig 274P Pipe Roll and Base Plate Loads, Weights, and Dimensions

    ADDITIONAL DIMENSIONS:

    Additions dimension for the Fig 274 (base plate excluded) and Fig 275 pipe roll stands can be found in the table below for the Fig 271.

    Fig 271 Pipe Roll Stand Loads, Weights, and Dimensions

  • SIZING:
    1. If the roll s to support non-insulated pipe, select the size directly from the nominal pipe size (column 1) in the table under the “Dimensions & Loads” tab.
    2. If roll is to support covered pipe, the O.D. of the covering should not be greater than the O.D of the pipe for which the roll was designed.
    3. If used with pipe covering protection saddle, see tables below for size of pipe roll. Choose pipe size in left column, then find the figure number of the saddle to be used, and finally follow the corresponding row right to the “Size of Pipe Roll” data.
    ORDERING:
    • Specify pipe roll size.
    • Order should include figure number, name and finish in all cases.
    • Be certain to order oversized rolls when insulation and protection saddles make it necessary.

    Fig 171 Single Pipe Roll Sizing for Insulated Pipe

     

  • PRODUCT CROSS REFERENCE¹:

    MANUFACTURER

    FIGURE NUMBER

    Anvil International

    Figure 274

    Carpenter & Paterson Figure 40, 53
    Piping Technology Figure 240
    PHD Figure 487
    B-LINE Figure B3118SL

    MANUFACTURER

    FIGURE NUMBER

    Anvil International

    Figure 275

    Carpenter & Paterson
    Piping Technology
    PHD
    B-LINE Figure B3117SL

    MANUFACTURER

    FIGURE NUMBER

    Anvil International

    Figure 274P

    Carpenter & Paterson
    Piping Technology
    PHD
    B-LINE Figure B3118SL

    ¹Product loads, weights, and dimensions may vary from manufacturer to manufacturer. Products may not be identical in material, size, or 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