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Clevis Roller Hanger

FIG 809

APPLICATION:  A Fig. 809 Clevis Roller Hanger is used to support piping where 1.) significant movement along the axis of the piping at the support location occurs due to thermal expansion or contraction of the piping, 2.) support is to be provided by one rod attached to the structural member above the piping, 3.) a limited amount of vertical adjustment of the pipe roll is necessary or desirable and 4.) the support loads are relatively small.  A Roller Hanger allows significant axial movement of the piping along the axis of the piping with virtually a negligible amount of frictional resistance to the movement.  In addition, the support remains virtually vertical resulting in very little angular rotation of the support rod.  Vertical adjustment is achieved by changing the elevation of the adjustment nuts above and below the top of the yoke and is limited to the distance between the pipe’s outside surface and the bottom end of the hanger rod.
CONSTRUCTION:  A Fig. 809 Clevis Roller Hanger consists of a Fig. 806 Cast Iron Pipe Roller, a carbon steel yoke, a threaded carbon steel roll rod and hex nuts on each end of the roll rod.
NOTE:  See size selection chart for assistance in determining the appropriate Clevis Roller Hanger for your application.
FINISHES AVAILABLE:  Black, Hot Dip Galvanized, Electro-Plated or Painted.
ORDERING:  Specify figure number, roll size, name and finish, if other than black.
NOTE:  Hanger rod and nuts are to be ordered separately.
EXAMPLE:  Fig. 809, Size 4, Clevis Roller Hanger, Painted.

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