Pipe mounting collar system combines rigidity, design flexibility

September 9, 2009

Stafford Manufacturing Corp., Wilmington, Mass., has introduced stackable pipe mounting collars that include threaded standoffs to allow them to be mounted or hung almost anywhere.

The collar system features two-piece clamp style collars with flats on the outside surfaces that are drilled and tapped to attach to one another and accept a threaded stainless steel rod. Combining rigidity and design flexibility, they include Teflon® bushings that conform to the pipe I.D. to allow for thermal expansion and absorb vibration.

Designed especially for piping, the collars can be installed virtually anywhere a rigid system is desired that provides access to multiple pipes and can be isolated via stand-off. Available in six pipe sizes from in. to 1 in. I.D.—with two flats or one with a finished O.D.— they come in aluminum, steel, and stainless steel.



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