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It is essential that you provide 110mm pipe support systems for soil pipes in any residential or commercial building today. Soil pipes are designed to carry sewage and wastewater from your toilets to the external sewer system. While these pipes have thick walls to prevent holes forming, they may need extra structural support when they are loaded. Without the appropriate support, the pipe joints can break. Some of the most common weak points are 90-degree joints where the pipes need to follow the corners of the building. The number of structural pipe support systems you need increases with the complexity of your building design. If these soil pipes break, they more »
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90 Degree Pipe Support Brackets for Use in Construction, Pre-cast Concrete and Insulation Industries
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Pipe supports are also known as pipe hangers or anchors. They are an important structural feature in residential, commercial and industrial buildings. It’s important to partner with the right pipe support manufacturing company to ensure the safety, quality and durability of the product. What are Pipe Supports? Pipe supports are usually rigid devices that restrict the movement of the pipe across its height, breadth and length and simultaneously bear the thrust, side and weight loads. These supports prevent longitudinal pipe stress, reaction loads, rotation, sagging, breaking or sliding of the pipe while keeping it firmly anchored to the building or structure that it rests on. As the name indicates, they’re more »