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24 Clevis Hanger

PIPE HANGERS & SUPPORTS (Clevis Hangers)

Recommended for the suspension of non-insulated stationary pipe lines from 1/2" through 36" allowing for vertical adjustment.

Materials:
Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel 304SS & 316SS
Approvals:
Complies with MSS SP-58 and SP-69 (Type 1).
cUL Approved (2 1/2" through 8"- Bare, Zinc, & S/S)
FM Approved (3/4" -2" Zinc, 2 1/2' through 8" - Bare and Zinc)
Notes:
Maximum temperatures for Bare Metal 650
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Product Sheet

132.74KB

Finishes

Zinc Plated (Z)

Zinc Plated (Z)

Hot Dipped Galvanized

Hot Dipped Galvanized (HDG)

Black Epoxy

Black Epoxy

Bare Metal

Bare Metal

Stainless Steel (316SS)

Stainless Steel (316SS)

Stainless Steel (304SS)

Stainless Steel (304SS)

Product Sheet

132.74KB
FM Approved
UL + CSA for Canada and USA
24 Clevis Hanger

Finishes

Zinc Plated (Z)

Zinc Plated (Z)

Hot Dipped Galvanized

Hot Dipped Galvanized (HDG)

Black Epoxy

Black Epoxy

Bare Metal

Bare Metal

Stainless Steel (316SS)

Stainless Steel (316SS)

Stainless Steel (304SS)

Stainless Steel (304SS)

Product Sheet

132.74KB
FM Approved
UL + CSA for Canada and USA
Iron Pipe Size
In. (mm)
Material/Finish Standard Box Quantity Quantity Required
(each)
Add to Quote
1/2 (12)

1 Add
3/4 (19)

1 Add
1 (25)

1 Add
1 1/4 (31)

1 Add
1 1/2 (38)

1 Add
2 (50)

1 Add
2 1/2 (63)

1 Add
3 (80)

1 Add
3 1/2 (90)

1 Add
4 (100)

1 Add
5 (125)

1 Add
6 (150)

1 Add
8 (200)

1 Add
10 (250)

1 Add
12 (300)

1 Add
14 (350)

1 Add
15 (380)

1 Add
16 (400)

1 Add
18* (450)

1 Add
20* (500)

1 Add
24* (600)

1 Add
30* (750)

1 Add
36 (900)

1 Add

* fitted with pipe spacer on cross bolt.

Oversized Clevis Hanger Installation Note:

A pipe spacer should be placed over the clevis bolt and blocks need to be placed on either side of the pipe until final installation is completed. Additionally, all clevis hangers on the line need to take up their share of the pipe load prior to insulating to prevent hanger damage by overloading.