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  • stokefire7
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    Pipe support

    I'm starting a collection.









    (low point drains are important)
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    Some recent additions.
    U of U Park City

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  • sewermonster85
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    Three stooges. .lol I remember an episode that looked very similar to this...

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  • HVAC HAWK
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    Re: Pipe support

    This is a job I did and all the pipes had to be hung at 9 foot off the floor and the roof was at 20 I think. And I had to make a stand rot the pipes chose to the floor.




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  • stokefire7
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  • stokefire7
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    This supplies a turbine .
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  • stokefire7
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    The big block looks to be pre-cast and designed for the application?
    Don't think they're pre-cast.

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  • Plumber Punky
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    Re: Pipe support

    Originally posted by stokefire7 View Post
    Wire and a big block.
    The big block looks to be pre-cast and designed for the application?

    I have to admit i've used heavy gauge solid wire before as pipe hangers in residential situations. When properly done - multi-wrapped noose-style on each end - the coated wire is strong enough to do the job without slipping or pulling out and it provides a non-slip non-abrasive vibration resistant hanger that doesn't look bad. Residential customers generally won't pay for split ring hangers and threaded rod. Do I do a whole run in wire? No. But a onesy, twosy isn't so bad.

    The picture shown is not how i'd do it.


    A commercial application would get the expensive stuff.

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  • stokefire7
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    Wire and a big block.
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  • geno gardner
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    Originally posted by Plumber Punky View Post
    Here's some hackery to compliment your pictures:


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    I especially like the bottom image.

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  • Plumber Punky
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    Here's some hackery to compliment your pictures:


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  • stokefire7
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    Originally posted by Plumbus View Post

    What can you say about seismic , eh ?

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  • stokefire7
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    Re: Pipe support

    Originally posted by toolaholic View Post
    I love the swivel pin on the base plate ! Simple Genius . Is that for surge oscillation ?
    I like the ring around it.

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