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Standard Supports 2020

Standard Supports 2020


Date of issue: June 2015

The LISEGA product program covers all components required


for the implementation of modern concepts in the support of
pipe systems.

These components correspond to the LISEGA standardization


philosophy and are organized in a modular system with load
and attachment compatibility.

Containing the complete product program, this catalog is in


full compliance with LICAD, the LISEGA pipe support design
program.

The catalog and LICAD can be downloaded from www.lisega.de.

LISEGA reserves the right to introduce revisions in the interest


of further technical development.

Standard Supports 2020


Performance with System
Customers and their suppliers depend on
each other for mutual success. We at LISEGA
want to show ourselves to be partners of
value to our customers with a comprehensive and effective performance package.
We are prepared to provide top performance
day in and day out. Our goal is customer
satisfaction and only if we achieve that
objective are we satisfied too thats where
our motivation is coming from.
Right from the beginning, some five decades
ago, we have concentrated exclusively on
pipe supports, thoroughly and comprehensively.
The quality and efficient utilization of our
products are just as important to us as
our reliability and low application costs.
The basis is a well-engineered product program of more than 12,000 standardized support components forming a clearly arranged functional modular
system. The resulting efficiency, and in particular by using our LICAD design
software, provides additional savings in costs both in planning and installation.
Confident that we have a committed work force to support us, the LISEGA
management invests all its energy into satisfying customer requirements.
For this, and for our mutual pleasure in seeking success, people at LISEGA are
working together with our customers, goal-orientated and highly motivated by
performance with system.
LISEGA

Hans-Herlof Hardtke

Dr. Georg Friberg

(from left to right)


Dr. Ekkehard Heinrichs,
Chief Technical Officer
Hans-Herlof Hardtke,
Chairman of Supervisory Board
Dr. Georg Friberg,
Chief Executive Officer
Hans-Heiner Eddelbttel,
Chief Finance Officer

Zeven, Germany
Headquarters

Kodak, TN, USA

Bondoufle, France

Shanghai, China

Al-Jubail, Saudi Arabia

Netherton, England

Wittenburg, Germany
(LISEGA affiliate for fasteners)

Overall contents
Detailed information on contents in the individual sections

Technical specifications

Constant hangers, constant supports

Spring hangers, spring supports

LICAD

Plug-in
and
Libraries

Product Group

0
1
2

Snubbers, rigid struts, viscoelastic


dampers, energy absorbers,
dynamic clamps

Pipe clamps, clamp bases,


pipe connecting parts

Roller bearings, pipe saddles,


cryogenic clamp bases

Threaded connecting elements

Structural attachments, trapezes,


clamps, slide plates

LISEGA software tools for


planning and design

Supplementary services,
engineering, field service

Product Group 1
Constant hangers, constant supports, types 11, 12, 19

Product Group 2
Spring hangers, spring supports, types 21, 22, 28, 29

Product Group 3
Snubbers, energy absorbers, rigid struts, viscoelastic
dampers, dynamic clamps, types 30-39

Product Group 4
Pipe clamps, clamp bases, pipe connecting parts,
types 41-46, 48-49

Product Group 5
Roller bearings, pipe saddles, cryogenic clamp bases,
types 51-58

Product Group 6
Threaded connecting elements, types 60-67

Product Group 7
Structural attachments, trapezes, clamps, slide plates,
types 73-79

Product Group 8
LISEGA software tools for planning and design

Product Group 9
Supplementary services, engineering, field service

Product
group

Technical
specifications

Technical
specifications

Technical
specifications
Contents

Page

1. Standard Supports, requirements and definition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.1


2. LISEGA Standard Supports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.1
3. LISEGA Modular System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.2
3.1 User benefits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.2

PRODUCT
GROUP

3.2 Functionality . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.2


3.3 Product groups . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.2
3.4 Load groups . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.2
3.5 Travel ranges . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.3
3.6 Product groups . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.3
3.7 Modular System for load and connection compatibility . . . . . . . . . . . 0.4
4. Permissible loads . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.5
4.1 Statically and dynamically loaded components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.5
4.2 Product group 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.5
4.3 Product group 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.5
4.4 Load groups . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.6
5. Type designation system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.7
6. Standards and codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.9
7. Materials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.9
8. Welding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.10
9. Surface protection against corrosion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.10
9.1 Standard corrosion protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.11
9.2 Increased corrosion protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.12
9.3 Hot dip galvanized surface treatment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.13
10. Operational behavior . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.14
11. Connection dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.15
12. Quality Management and IMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.16
13. Suitability tests, types tests . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.17
14. Standard versions and increased requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.18
15. Form of shipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.19
16. Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.19
17. Technical modifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.19

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0.0

Technical
specification
The products outlined in
this catalog - Standard
Supports 2020 - are fully
in line with the latest
developments in support
technology and satisfy
general requirements for
plant installation at the
highest level. For the
general design of LISEGA
standard supports, uniform criteria are applied.
They are described in the
following Technical specifications and are binding
for the contents of this
catalog. Componentrelated
features are outlined in the
corresponding sections of
the product groups and in
the type data sheets

1. Standard Supports, definition 2. LISEGA Standard Supports


and requirements
2.1 Scope

At LISEGA, standard supports form the basis


of a comprehensive performance package. A
For the support of industrial piping systems
complete product program of more than 12,000
the use of standard supports is regarded as
standardized components covers all support
well-proven, up-to-date technology.
situations, operational loads, temperatures and
Only a high level of standardization can satisfy the travel ranges normally experienced in piping
demand for technically superior and at the same systems in industrial plant construction:
time economical support components. The complex requirements for modern pipe supports are:   650C operating temperature for pipe
clamps and clamp bases


400kN nominal load for all mainly
 reliable functioning
statically
loaded components
 maintenance-free operation

1000kN
nominal load for rigid struts

 quick delivery
and
standard
snubbers
 low component prices


5000kN
design
load for large-bore
 computerized design systems
snubbers
 easy installation
  900mm travel range for constant hangers
 favorable performance weight ratio
  400mm travel range for spring hangers

1.1 Requirements

1.2 Definition
Unless expressly agreed
otherwise, the stipulations Standard supports must fulfill the following
criteria:
in the catalog Standard
Supports 2020 apply to
 component shapes are uniform and
all our shipments.
designed to make the optimum use
of material
 components are compatible regarding
dimensions and load capacity
 components are cataloged and clearly
designated via an identification system
 components are manufactured in series
production
 components comply with the approved
standards and international codes
 the functional capacity, suitability and durability of the components is well proven
 components are certified and approved for
use by independent certification bodies
The relevant codes for pipe supports in German
and European plant construction (power stations), the DIN EN 13480-T3 and VGB Guideline
R 510 L, require the preferential use of standard
supports and define the criteria as follows:

2.2 Design features


Specially developed components are available
for the various support functions. Fundamental
design principles were taken into consideration
in the design and construction of the components:







symmetrical design shapes


compact installation dimensions
special, reliable functional principles
extra-wide adjustment ranges
fully compatible load ranges and
connection dimensions
integrated installation aids

Moreover, LISEGA hangers feature only one upper


connection point. Due to this, along with compact
and symmetrical design shapes, load distribution
free of imposed moments on the connections is
ensured and easy installation made possible. The
operating position of the moving parts (hangers,
supports and snubbers) can be read directly off
a linear travel indicator.

Load adjustment of the constant hangers and


Standard Supports are pipe support components supports can be carried out at all times, even
in which the design in form and dimensions, as in the installed condition. Hangers and supwell as the design data regarding loads, are spec- ports can be blocked in any travel position.
ified, verified and cataloged and where the components are manufactured according to defined,
reproducible processes, e.g. series production.
0.1

2.3 Principle of the optimum design


For the design and arrangement of support
components, optimum coverage of the specific
support function is the decisive factor. So only
one design is required for each function, namely,
the optimum one for the purpose. The project
engineer is no longer forced to choose from a
range of alternative solutions.
This not only facilitates application but also
increases safety. In addition it is a prerequisite
for the logical implementation of standardized
construction according to the modular system.


Theres only ONE best solution!

3. The LISEGA Modular System


3.1 User benefits
The cost of pipe supports is a major factor in
the total cost of a pipe system. The cost of the
supports is the accumulated total arising from
the individual costs of:





project management (processing)


design and engineering work
use of material (components) and
installation and assembly work

Moreover, the pipe supports are almost always


critical for the commissioning deadlines and can,
through delays in delivery, cause incalculable
extra costs.

The cumulative benefits from this result in reliThe economic principle:


able project processing at competitive prices
with superior component quality. In addition,
= with the least possible
the user also benefits from cost reductions in
effort, achieving the
labor-intensive sectors such as support engineermaximum possible benefit
ing (design) and onsite installation. The assembly procedure for the pipe systems can also be
= Total Cost Minimum/TCM
streamlined by first installing the supports, then
mounting the piping directly into them.

3.2 Functionality
The standardization of components at LISEGA
is specifically directed toward their systematic
interaction as support configurations. To this
end, load and travel ranges as well as the geometry of the connections are harmonized. The
LISEGA standard support program has been
developed in this fashion as a fully functional
and effective modular system. The individual
components therein form modules and guarantee
load compatibility. This enables a wide range of
combinations to produce tailor-made support
configurations as required. The comprehensive
selection of components enables adaptation
widely to differing support situations and application conditions.

First install the supports,


then mounting the pipes!

Product Groups
+ load groups
+ travel ranges
+ connection compatibility
= Modular System

3.3 Product groups


The standardized components are divided into
7 product groups according to task and function
(see standardized components table p. 0.3 and
diagram on p. 0.4).

Modular System
3.4 Load groups
+ CAD design
The goal of the LISEGA product strategy is to
To ensure uniform loading in component
+ IT Logistics System
achieve optimum user benefits for customers at combinations the product groups are arranged
the lowest cost, following the economic principle. throughout according to clearly classified static
and dynamic load groups (see p. 0.5 and p. 0.6). = High-Tech Application
The LISEGA modular system provides the corresponding basis. The standardization of components is the decisive prerequisite for:






rational series production


favorable performance/weight ratios
consistently high product quality
ready availability from stock
our special LICAD design software

0.2

3.6 Product groups


 Metric or UNC according to
region of application.

Within a load group (nominal load) all components


feature uniform load limits and safety margins.
Within a load group the connection dimensions
of the components (thread and bolt diameters)
are uniform and compatible with the components
in other product groups.
As different components can only be combined
with each other within the same load group the
stresses on a load chain are consistent throughout, whereby the clamps are selected in each
case according to the relevant temperature and
isolation thickness of the pipe system.

product group

Constant
hangers &
supports

Spring
hangers

Dynamic
components

Pipe
connecting
components

Pipe
bearings
and saddle
components,
cryogenic
clamp bases

Threaded
connecting
elements

Structural
attachment
elements

The incorrect combination of parts from different


load groups is thus avoided.

3.5 Travel ranges


3.5.1 Constant and spring hanger
travel ranges
Moving components such as constant and spring
hangers are split into travel ranges corresponding to the usable spring travel of the standard
springs used. The relevant travel range in each
case is designated in the type description by the
4th digit in the following table.

 For spring hangers and


supports (Product Group 2)
the springs are pre-stressed
to approx. 1/3 of their nominal
load. This results in the initial
load.

constant
travel range
[mm]
0 - 75
0 - 150
0 - 300
0 - 450
0 - 600
0 - 750
0 - 900

hangers
type
designation
1. .1 ..
1. .2 ..
1. .3 ..
1. .4 ..
1. .5 ..
1. .6 ..
1. .7 ..

spring hangers
travel range
type
[mm]  designation
0 - 50
2. .1 ..
0 - 100
2. .2 ..
0 - 200
2. .3 ..
0 - 300
2. .4 ..
0 - 400
2. .5 ..

3.5.2 Snubber travel ranges


The LISEGA snubbers are grouped into standard
stroke ranges denoted by the 4th digit of the
type designation as in the following table.
snubbers
stroke [mm]

type

150
300
400
500
600
750
100

30
30
30
30
30
30
30/31
30/31

200

0.3

type
designation
3.
3.
3.
3.
3.
3.
3.

.2
.3
.4
.5
.6
.7
.8

..
..
..
..
..
..
..

3. .9 ..

standard components
type
component
11
12-14
16
17
18
19
19
71
79
20
21
22
25
26
27
28
29
72
79
30
31
32
33
34
35
36-38
39
3D
3L
3R
40
41
42-44
45,46,48
49
77
51
52
53
54
54
55
56
57
57
58
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
70
73
74
75
76
78
79

Constant hangers
Constant hangers, multi-cell
Constant supports, multi-cell
Servo hangers
Constant hangers, low profile
Constant supports, low profile
Angulating const. supp., low profile
Brackets for constant hangers
Constant hanger trapezes
Angulating spring supports
Spring hangers
Heavy duty spring hangers
Spring hangers, seated
Heavy duty spr. hang. (seated)
Sway braces
Heavy duty spring supports
Spring supports
Base plates
Spring hanger trapezes
Snubbers
Large bore snubbers
Energy absorbers
Installation extensions
Dynamic pipe clamps
Weld-on brackets
Dynamic pipe clamps
Rigid struts
Viscoelastic dampers
Shear lugs
Pipe whip restraints
U-bolts
Weld-on lugs
Horizontal clamps
Riser clamps
Clamp bases, lift-off restraints
Connection plates
Cylinder roller bearings
Double taper roller bearings
Double cylinder roller bearings
Weld-on pipe saddles
Pipe saddle with pipe clamps
Lift-off restraints
Cryogenic clamp bases
Cryogenic axial stops
Weld-on pipe shoes
Stanchions
Eye nuts
Clevises
Turnbuckles
Hexagon nuts
Rod couplings
Tie rods L/R
Tie rods
Threaded rods / stud bolts
Sliding components
Weld-on clevises
Weld-on plates with sph. washers
Weld-on eye nuts
Beam adapters
Beam clamps
Trapezes

3.7 Modular system


for load and connection
compatibility

Constant hangers,
constant supports

Pipe clamps,
clamp bases,
pipe connections

Cryogenics,
stanchions, roller bearings,
pipe saddles

Load and
connection compatibility

M
10
M
10
M
12
M
12
M
16
M
20
M
24
M
30
M
36
M
42
M
48
M
56x
M 4
64
M x4
68
M x4
72
M x4
80x
4

10
C
10
D
12
1
12
2
16
3
20
4
24
5
33
6
40
7
45
8
50
9
60 0
1
70 0
2
70 0
3
80 0
4
90 0
5

Connecting
components

Snubbers,
rigid struts, energy absorbers,
viscoelastic dampers,
dynamic clamps

1
0.3
2
0.6
5
1.2
0
2.5
0
5.0
0
0
.
10
00
20.
00
40.
00
60.
00
80.
0
0
.
100 0
.0
0
6
1 0
.0
200 0
.0
0
4
2
.00
0
30 0
.0
400

nominal load kN

LISEGA Software
Tools for Planning
and Design

bolts
load group

thread

Structural attachments,
trapezes, beam adapters,
slide plates

Spring hangers,
spring supports

0.4

Cold load:
The cold load is the load determined by the pipe system calculations for the support point in shut
down condition.

4. Permissible loads

Set load (blocking load):


The set or blocking load is the
load at which the spring or constant hanger is set and blocked.
The set load is made up of the
cold load and the dead weight of
the components suspended from
the spring or constant hanger. In
part, blanket dead weights are
already calculated into the cold
loads. These must be taken into
account when designing the hanger arrangement.

For permissible loads we distinguish between


statically and dynamically loaded components.
The components in product groups 1, 2, 4, 5, 6,
4.2 Product group 4
and 7 are, according to their function, loaded in
For product group 4 (pipe connections), a coronly one direction (static or quasi static) and are
responding overlapping area in the load groups
viewed as statically determined components.
is taken into account, due to the wide temperature-dependent range of different loads. Data
4.1.1 Static components
on the permissible loads for pipe-connecting
The nominal load is used to denote the load
components under consideration of the respecgroup. For the statically determined components
tive operating temperatures can be taken from
in product groups 1, 2, 6 and 7 the nominal
the individual selection tables.
load corresponds to the max. set load of spring
elements such as spring hangers. The max. opThe permissible operating loads for long-term
erating load (load case H) is, in the event of use operation (load case H (under normal conditions),
as a rigid support, considerably higher than the normal load, level A) are shown here. On higher
nominal load and is adapted to the load capacity short-term loading (e.g. hydrostatic tests) no
of the connection thread. This also includes spring permanent deformation is caused.
hangers and constant hangers in blocked condition, whereby for cold loads in pressure tests
The permissible loads in load cases HZ (emergen(short duration) the emergency loads (load case cy (occasionally occurring operating conditions),
HZ) can be exploited.
level C) and HS (faulted condition, level D) depend
on the codes to be complied with.

Hot load (operating load):


The hot or operating load is the
load acting on the support point
during normal operation. For spring
hangers it is made up of the set
load and the force resulting from
spring travel multiplied by spring
rate. For constant hangers the hot
load corresponds to the set load.
Hydrostatic test load:
The hydrostatic test load is the
load acting on the support during
pressure testing, in general at
80C.
Pickling (and clean) load:
The pickling load is the load distributed from the supports points
during pickling of the pipe system,
in general at 200C.

dynamically determined
components product group 3
load nominal connectgroup load [kN] ing bolt

1
3
10
2
4
10
3
8
12
4
18
15
5
46
20
6
100
30
7
200
50
8
350
60
9
550
70
10
1000
100
20
2000
120
30
3000
140
40
4000
160
50
5000
180

0.5

4.1 Statically and dynamically loaded


components

As these components are generally used as safety


devices for emergencies, load case HZ or level
C (ASME) are taken as the maximum occasionally occurring load condition. In any case, the
requirements set forth by the project engineer
responsibly apply.

4.1.2 Dynamic components

For dynamically loaded components the nominal load corresponds at the same time to the
operating load for load case H (under normal
conditions) or load A/B (ASME).

statically determined components


product groups 1, 2, 6, 7
load nominal connect- spanner connecting
group load [kN] ing bolt
width
bolt
C
16
10
0.31
M10
D
16
10
0.62
M10
1
18
12
1.25
M12
2
18
12
2.5
M12
3
24
16
5.0
M16
4
30
20
10
M20
5
36
24
20
M24
6
46
33
40
M30
7
55
40
60
M36
8
65
45
80
M42
9
100
75
50
M48
10
160
85
60
M56x4
20
200
95
70
M64x4
30
240
100
70
M68x4
40
300
105
80
M72x4
50
400
115
90
M80x4

code
ASME section III, NF
RCCM
MSS SP-58
DIN EN 13480
VGB-R 510 L 
KTA 3205.3 

examples
load case HZ
(emergency)
H x 1.5
H x 1.33
H x 1.2
H x 1.2
H x 1.15
H x 1.15

load case HS
(faulted condition)
H x 1.6
H x 1.6
no data
no data
H x 1.5
H x 1.5

4.3 Product group 5


The components in product group 5, clamp bases
for cold pipe systems, low temperature systems
(cryogenic) as well as roller bearings and pipe
saddles, are regarded as static after determined
but are not considered to be part of the modular
system with regard to the load group. As they are
more comparable with components in secondary
steelwork with respect to loading, they form a
separate group. The nominal load here corresponds to the max. operating load according to
load case H. For product group 5 see also 4.4.3,
p. 0.6.
 For components qualified acc. to KTA 3205 the
following applies: HZ = H x 1.5; HS = H x 1.7

4.4 Load tables


The permissible loads of the components are
arranged in the form of a matrix (ordered acc.
to load groups and load cases) in the following
LISEGA load tables. The definition of the load
cases are in line with DIN EN 13480-T3, VGB-R
510 L, ASME B31.1, MSS SP-58, ASME section III,

Div. 1, Subsection NF and KTA 3205. The load


 Max. operating load for spring
table applies uniformly to all components in the
and constant hanger correLISEGA modular system and to other LISEGA
sponding to max. load on
main springs. The load group
components scheduled for use with standard
allocation does not apply to
components such as special designs.
types 18/19.
 Permissible loads acc. to

4.4.1 Max. permissible load [kN] for statically determined components


load
group
C
D
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
20
30
40
50

normal operating conditions 


H/normal
upset
nom. load
150C
[kN] 

80C
0.8
0.7
0.31
0.7
2.5
2.2
0.62
1.7
4.2
3.7
1.25
2.8
6.7
6.0
2.5
4.4
11.3
10.1
5.0
8.5
23.3
20.9
10.0
14
34
30
20.0
27
56
50
40.0
43
83
74
60.0
63
114
102
80.0
85
100
151
135
112
160
222
199
178
200
297
266
215
240
340
305
270
300
380
340
320
400
490
440
400

occas. occurring operating conditions 


HZ/emergency
80C
150C
1.1
1.0
3.3
2.9
5.6
5.0
9
8.0
15
13.4
31
27.8
46
41
74
66
108
97
150
135
196
176
295
265
395
355
452
406
505
450
650
585

design criteria for US standard


MSS SP-58 (ASME B 31.1 /
B 31.3).


faulted condition HS/faulted
80C
150C
1.4
1.3
4.3
3.8
7.2
6.4
13.3
12
22.2
20
41
37
61
55
96
86
140
126
195
175
255
230
381
343
512
461
585
526
650
585
840
755

4.4.2 Max. permissible loads [kN] for dynamically


determined components, product group 3
load
group
1

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
20
30
40
50

normal operating conditions


(FN)/upset  level A/B
80C
150C
2.9
3
3.9
4
7.5
8
16.5
18
44.0
46
94.5
100
175
200
339
350
535
550
937
1000
2000
1900
3000
2850
4000
3800
5000
4750

4.4.3 Max. permissible loads


for roller bearings in product group 5

4.4.4 Max. permissible loads


for snubbers

permissible loads [kN]


normal operating conditions
occas. occur. operat. cond.

4
5.5

8
11

faulted condition 
level D
80C
150C
5.2
5.0
6.9
6.7
13.7
12.6
31
28.5
77
74.5
180
162
336
301
655
588
935
910
1740
1612
3440
3270
5160
4900
6880
6530
8600
8150

occas. occurring operating conditions 


level C
80C
150C
4.0
3.8
5.3
5.1
10.6
9.7
23.9
22.0
61
58.5
141
127
267
239
472
423
735
715
1335
1236
2660
2520
4000
3800
5320
5050
6650
6310

16
22

 All loads are included here

that can possibly occur during


conventional operation of the
plant, including startup and
shutdown, weight tolerances,
and hydrostatic tests.

 Loads falling outside conven-

tional operation are included here, according to the


regulations in each case, also
hydrostatic tests. Subsequent
inspection of the whole support
arrangement is strongly advised.

 Due to the loads specified the

yield stress of the components


can be reached. At all events
replacement is recommended.

 All dynamic stresses possibly

resulting from plant operation


are included here including pressure shock forces from valve
operations or possibly from
operating basis earthquakes
(0.B.E.).

 All dynamic stresses beyond

conventional operation and


possibly safety shutdown
earthquakes (S.S.E.) are included
here. Subsequent inspection of
the whole support arrangement
is strongly recommended.

 For the dynamic loads specified


the yield stress of the components can be reached. At all
events replacement is strongly
recommended.

 Load groups 1 and 2 are

compatible regarding load


and connections, whereby load
group 1 refers to the smallest
snubber and load group 2 to
the corresponding rigid struts
and weld-on brackets.

permissible loads [kN]


35
47

60 120
80 160

3D .. .. -D
3D .. .. -L

2.5
5.0

5
10

10
15

20
25

30
40

40
50

60

80 100

0.6

5. Type designations

PG 1 Constant hangers and supports PG 3 Dynamic components


(continued)
(continued)

All components can be identified via coded


type designations. 6 digits contain all the
information required for description of the
standard design.
The type designation system is the prerequisite for the use of modern IT and enables the
unrestricted integration of the LISEGA modular
system into current CAD programs.
The LISEGA type designations can be decoded
by way of the following tables.

2nd digit 3rd digit 4th digit 5th digit 6th digit
constant load group travel
field of
production
hanger
[kN] range [mm] application
series
8= CH short

D=M10 1=75
1=M12 2=150
2=M12 3=300
3=M16
4=M20
9= C-support, 5=M24
Angulating 6=M30
constant 7=M36
support,
8=M42
short
9=M48

The 1st digit describes the product group (PG)


PG
PG
PG
PG
PG

1
2
3
4
5

=
=
=
=
=

Constant hangers and supports


Spring hangers and supports
Dynamic components
Pipe connecting components
Pipe bearings and saddle
components, cryogenic clamp bases
PG 6 = Threaded connecting elements
PG 7 = Structural attachment elements
The digits 2 6 designate the further characteristics according to the following tables. The
design for increased requirements (5th or 6th
digit) is described on p. 0.18.

PG 1 Constant hangers and supports


2nd digit 3rd digit 4th digit 5th digit 6th digit
load
travel
field of
production
design
group range [mm] application
series
1= CH

C=M10
D=M10
1=M12
2=M12
3=M16
4=M20
5=M24
6=M30
7=M36
8=M42
9=M48

2=150 1= standard
3=300 5= <increased
4=450
require5=600
ments>
6=750
7=900

8LG10
9LG20

3= CH 3 x
coupled

8LG30
9LG40

4= CH 4 x
coupled
6= heavy con.
support

8LG40
9LG50
8160kN 2=150mm 2= coupled 2 x
9200kN 3=300mm
8240kN
3= coupled 3 x
9300kN
8320kN
4= coupled 4 x
9400kN
5=M24
6=M30
7=M36
8=M42
9=M48

*SE= sliding element

0.7

1,2= standard
constant support
3,4= standard
angulating
constant support
5,6= support
<incr. requirem.>
constant support
7,8= <increased
requirements>
angulating
constant support

6=with high
temp. SE*
7=with
PTFE-SE*

1,3 = standard 5=1985


5,7 = <increased
requirements>

2=150 1= standard
3=300 5= <increased
requirements>

6=with high
temp. SE*
7=with
PTFE-SE*
9=without
SE*
5=1985

6= dynamic
pipe
clamps
with
U-bolt
7= dynamic
clamps
with strap

9= rigid
struts

PG 2 Spring hangers and supports


2nd digit 3rd digit 4th digit 5th digit 6th digit
spring load group travel
field of
production
hanger
[kN] range [mm] application
series
0= angulating
spring support
0= extension
for
type 20
1= suspended
5= seated
7= sway brace
7= extension
for type 27
9= spr. support
2= heavy SH
suspended
6= heavy SH
seated
8= heavy
spring
support

C=M10
D=M10
1=M12
2=M12
3=M16
4=M20
5=M24
6=M30
7=M36
8=M42
9=M48

1= 50
2=100
3=200
4=300
5=400
9 = Ext.
f. type 20
& type 27
& type 29

1= standard
5= <increased
requirements>
2= telescopable
spring support
6= <increased
requirements>

4=1994
8=1978
6=with high
temp. SE*
7=with
PFTE-SE*
9=1999
1=1991

1=M56x4 1= 50
2=M64x4 2=100
3=M68x4 3=200
4=M72x4
5=M80X4

1= standard
9=1999
5= <increased
requirements>
2= standard
6= <increased
6=with high
requirements> temp. SE*
7=with
PFTE-SE*

T0=1016
T1=1067
T2=1118
T3=1168
T4=1219

2=4
3=8
4=18
5=46
6=100
7=200
8=350
9=550
0=1000

0= hydr.
snubber
serial
version
2= energy
absorber
3= extension

1=3
2=4
3=8
4=18
5=46
6=100
7=200
8=350
9=550
0=1000

2=150 1= standard
3=300 5= <increased
4=400
requirements>
5=500 9= to 600C
8=100
9=200

1= hydr.
snubber
large
bore

2=2000
3=3000
4=4000
5=5000
9=550
0=1000

8=100
9=200

79=200 1= standard
89=350 5= <increased
requirements>
99=550
09=1000
20=2000

2=2002
3=1993
6=1986
8=1988

1=1991
3=1993
9=1989
8=1988

standard
1=to 350C
2=to 500C
3=to 560C
4=to 600C
<increased
requirements>
6=to 350C
7=to 500C
8=to 560C
9=to 600C

1-3= 1 x
U-bolt
4-5= 2 x
U-bolt
1-6= 1 x
Strap
7-8= 2 x
Strap

Middle installation
dimension in mm/100

3-4=
standard
8-9=
<increased
requirem.>

L= shear lugs 3rd to 6th digit corresponds to clamp type

2nd digit
design
D= viscouselastic
damper

3rd + 4th digit


load [kN]
03=2.5
05=5
10=10
15=15
20=20
25=25

5th digit 6th digit


travel vertical travel horizontal
[mm]
[mm]

40=40 3=30
50=50 4=40
60=60 5=50
80=80
H1=100

3=30
4=40
5=50

.. .. ..-L = limit

PG 4 Pipe clamps, clamp bases and


pipe-connecting components
2nd digit
design
1= weld-on
lug

PG 3 Dynamic components

5= weld-on 19=3
brackets 29=4
39=8
49=18
59=46
69=100

Pipe diameter
in mm/10

.. .. ..-D = depend

2nd digit 3rd digit 4th digit 5th digit 6th digit
load
travel
field of
production
design group [kN] range [mm] application
series

2= CH 2 x
coupled

7= servo
hanger

3=2013
5=1985
9=1999
9=2009

1,2= standard 7=2007


5,6= <increased
requirements>

2nd digit 3rd digit 4th digit 5th digit 6th digit
pipe diameter
field of
production
design
series
load group [kN] application

3rd + 4th digit


5th digit 6th digit
pipe diameter [mm] field of
production
/ load group
application
series
D9= LGD
29= LG2
39= LG3
49= LG4
59= LG5
69= LG6
79= LG7

01=21.3
03=33.7
05=48.3
07=73.0
09=88.9
11=114.3
14=139.7
17=168.3
22=219.1
horiz. clamp 26=267.0
32=323.9
2= 1-hole
37=368.0
2= 2-hole
42=419.0
3= 3-hole
51=508.0
4= with
61=609.6
U-bolt
or strap 71=711.2
81=812.8
riser clamp 91=914.4
5= flat steel T0=1016
6= box-sh. T2=1118
for shear lugs T4=1219
8= box-sh
for trunnions

02=26.9
04=42.4
06=60.3
08=76.1
10=108.0
13=133.0
16=159.0
19=193.7
24=244.5
27=273.0
36=355.6
41=406.4
46=457.2
56=558.8
66=660.4
76=762.0
86=863.6
97=965.2
T1=1067
T3=1168

1=standard

for straight
pipes max.
insulation
thickness
in mm
1=10
2=100

1=standard

for pipe
elbows
R1.5OD
max
insul.
thickn.
in mm
3,4=10
5,6=100

standard
1=to 350C
2=to 500C
3=to 560C
4=to 600C
5=to 650C

depending on
Load
Group
and
design

<increased
requirements>
6=to 350C
7=to 500C
8=to 560C
0=special material

PG 4 Pipe clamps, clamp bases and


PG 6 Connecting components
pipe-connecting components (continued)
2nd digit

3rd + 4th digit


pipe diameter
[mm]

design
9= clamp
base

0= U-bolt

9= lift-off
restraint for
clamp base

01=21.3
03=33.7
05=48.3
07=73.0
09=88.9
11=114.3
14=139.7
17=168.3
22=219.1
26=267.0
32=323.9
37=368.0
42=419.0
51=508.0
61=609.6
71=711.2
81=812.8
91=914.4
T0=1016
T2=1118
T4=1219

02=26.9
04=42.4
06=60.3
08=76.1
10=108.0
13=133.0
16=159.0
19=193.7
24=244.5
27=273.0
36=355.6
41=406.4
46=457.2
56=558.8
66=660.4
76=762.0
86=863.6
97=965.2
T1=1067
T3=1168

00= lift-off
restraint

5th digit 6th digit


field of
production
application
series
standard
1=to 350C
2=to 500C
3=to 560C
4=to 600C
5=to 650C
<increased
requirements>
6=to 350C
7=to 500C
8=to 560C

1= low
2= middle
3= low,
welded
4= med.,
welded
5= high,
welded

1= S235JR
8=
3= 1.4301
standard
<incr. requirem.>
6= S235JR
8= 1.4301
0= lift-off
restraint

1-5=
compon.
size

PG 5 Roller bearings, pipe saddles


and cryogenic clamp bases
2 digit
nd

design
1= cyl. roller bear.
2= doub.tap.roll.bear.
3= doub. cyl. roll.
bear.
5= lift-off restraint
for roll. bear.
4= pipe saddle
with pipe
clamps,
weld-on
saddles
6= cryogenic
clamp base
7= cryogenic
axial stop

6= pipe bearing
with cold
block
A= weld-on
bearing

8= pipe
supports

3 + 4 digit 5 digit 6 digit


load group
field of production
pipe diameter application series
rd

th

04= 4kN
08= 8kN
12= 120kN
16= 16kN
35= 35kN
60= 60kN
01= 21.3mm
02= 26.9mm
03= 33.7mm
05= 48.3mm
06= 60.3mm
07= 73.0mm
08= 76.1mm
09= 88.9mm
10=108.0mm
11=114.3mm
13=133.0mm
14=139.7mm
16=159.0mm
17=168.3mm
19=193.7mm
22=219.1mm
24=244.5mm
26=267.0mm
27=273.0mm
32=323.9mm
36=355.6mm
37=368.0mm
41=406.4mm
42=419.0mm
46=457.2mm
51=508.0mm
56=558.8mm
61=609.6mm
66=660.4mm
71=711.2mm
76=762.0mm
81=812.8mm
91=914.4mm
97=965.2mm

th

2nd digit

3rd + 4th digit

design

load group

0= eye nut
1= clevis
2= turnbuckle
4= rod
coupling

D9= M10-0.62kN
29= M12-2.50kN
39= M16-5.00kN
49= M20-10.0kN
59= M24-20.0kN
69= M30-40.0kN
79= M36-60.0kN
89= M42-80.0kN
99= M48-100kN
10= M56x4-160kN
20= M64x4-200kN
30= M68x4-240kN
40= M72x4-300kN
50= M80x4-400kN

3= hex. nut

5= tie rod L/R


6= tie rod R/R
7= stud bolt,
threaded rod

5th digit 6th digit


field of production
application series
1= standard 2=1982
5= <increased 5=1995
requirements> 8=1978
9=1999

Length: 1= standard
1=not 5= <increased
standard requirements>
2= 500mm
3=1000mm
4=1500mm
5=2000mm
6=2500mm
7=3000mm
10=M56x4
Length
20=M64x4
not
30=M68x4 stand40=M72x4 ardized
50=M80x4
D=M10
2=M12
3=M16
4=M20
5=M24
6=M30
7=M36
8=M42
9=M48

Type designation
1 2 3 4 5 6
Production series/travel/variant
Field of application/travel
Travel range/pipe /function
Load gr./pipe /thread
Design
Product Group (PG)

1= without
pipe clamps
2,3= with
pipe clamps
Length:
3=150mm
5=300mm
7=500mm
8=750mm

Insulation
thickness
in mm
0=25
1=40
2=50
3=80
4=100
5=130
6=150
7=180
8=200
9=250
9= pipe
1= pipe
bearing with bearing
cold block

Examples

design
0= sliding
elements

3rd digit 4th digit 5th digit 6th digit


load group
field of production
[kN]
function application series
Width
1= 50
2=100
3=150
4=200

Length
1= 50
2=100
3=150
4=200
6=300
7=390
8=490

1 1 5 3 1 5

4 9 5 1 8 5

1= welded 1=
2,3= bolted rectangular,
up to 180C
4=
rectangular,
up to 350C

05= 50 13= 130 1= welded 2= round,


08= 85 17= 170 2,3= bolted up to 180C
10= 100 20= 200
5= round,
up to 350C
1= support
C9=
bearing for Load Group
constant
hanger

1= support
bearing
for heavy
constant
hanger

2=150
3=300
4=450
5=600
6=750
(7=900)

6= standard 1= single
8= <increased support
requirements>

8=160kN
9=200kN

2= coupled
2x

8=240kN
9=300kN

3= coupled
3x

8=320kN
9=400kN

4= coupled
4x

2= base plate D9=


1, 2, 3, 9=
for spring Load Group dep. on
hangers
design
3= weld-on D50=
0  Load
clevis
Load Group Group 9
4= weld-on
plate

2= standard 8= 1978
7= <increased
requirements>
1= standard 2= 1982
5= <increased 3= 1993
requirements> 9= 1989

5= weld-on
eye plate
6= beam
adapters
& combinations

D4= size 2= beam


adapter &
bolts

1= 2001

C2= size 1=
cantilever

6= vertical
connection
7= horizontal
connection

00=lift-off restraints

1...4= size

8= beam clamp 2..7= Load Group 1= standard

1= 1991

9= constant
3 to 6 digits correspond to
1985 hanger trapezes
single hangers in each case (see PG1)
Standard design 9= spring
3rd to 5th digits correspond to
1= welded
hanger
single
hangers in each case (see PG2) unit
Travel range 3/0-300mm
trapezes
9= with
Load gr. 5/FN = 20kN
individual
Individual design
supports
Constant hanger 9= rigid
C4=
2,3=
3= standard 7=
trapezes
Load Group depending 7= <increased L-profile
on design requirements> 9= U-profile,
29=
Load Group type
centric
High design, welded
connection
rd

13CrMo4-5, increased requirements

Clamp base 7= connecting


plates

Pipe connection

th

0  LG9
220=
Load Group

Pipe diameter 508mm

1= Standard 1= out of
T-section
2= out of
U-section
1,2=for
str. pipes
3,4=for
elbows
R DA
5,6=for
pipe elbows
R1.5 DA

2nd digit

2= standard 3=1993
3= 25CrMo4 8=1978
5= <increased 9=1999
requirements>

th

1= standard 9=1989
2= movable
laterally

1= rigid
pipe
supports
2= pipe
supports,
adjustable

PG 7 Structural attachments
and trapezes

4=
U-profile

3rd to 6th digit correspond to the clamps


to be coupled

4 4 6 1 4 8

3 9 6 2 5 4

Strap clamp for heavy loads


Standard design

Material 10CrMo9-10 standard design

Medium length 2500mm

Pipe diameter 609.6mm

Load group 6/FN = 100kN

Horizontal clamp, U-bolt or strap

Rigid strut

Pipe connection

0.8

Worldwide coverage of
recognized standards

6. Standards and codes


In design, in stress and load calculations, as well The material characteristics upon which all design
as in production, the relevant European and other calculations are based are taken from the relevant
international standards are taken into account.
standards and technical codes.

the following codes apply:


DIN EN 13480-T3
VGB-R 510 L
KTA 3205.1/2/3
AD-Merkbltter
RCC-M
MSS SP-58
MSS SP-69
ANSI ASME B31.1 / B31.3
ASME section III Div.I - NF
JSME S NC 1
JEAG 4601
SPIR-O-2008

Metallic industrial pipe systems


Standard supports
Nuclear regulations
Pressure vessels working group
Specifications for pipe supports
Pipe supports material and design
Pipe supports application
Pressure piping systems
Supports for nuclear components
Technical regulations
Nuclear design regulations
Supports for nuclear plants for AES-2006

Europe
Germany
Germany
Germany
France
USA
USA
USA
USA
Japan
Japan
Russia

7. Materials
Materials are exclusively used that conform to
DIN-EN, ASTM or CN steel material requirements.

As a matter of course only materials of guaranteed


strength characteristics are used for the support
components.

Preferred materials for pipe connections


Standardized selection
of carbon steels and
heat-resistant materials!

Materials for use at higher


temperatures on request

0.9

temperature of medium in C
ASTM

DIN-EN
S235JR
S235JR
S235JR
S355J2
S355J2
S355J2
P235TR1
P235GH
P355NH
16Mo3
13CrMo4-5
10CrMo9-10
X10CrMoVNb9-1+NT/QT
X5CrNi18-10
42CrMo4+QT
X10CrMoVNb9-1+NT/QT
21CrMoV5-7+QT
25CrMo4+QT

A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A

CN-Steel
Q235B

350 450 500 530


36
x
516 Gr. 60
x
675 Gr. 55
x
675 Gr. 70
Q345B/Q345R
x
299
Q345B/Q345R
x
516 Gr. 70
Q345B/Q345R
x
53 S Gr. A
20G
x
53 S Gr. A
20G
x
106 Gr. C
20G
x
204
(Q345R)/15CrMoR
x
x
x
387 Gr. 12 Cl.2 15CrMoR
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
387 Gr. 22 Cl.2 12Cr1MoVR/12Cr2Mo1R
387 Gr. 91 Cl.2
x
x
x
x
240 TP 304
06Cr19Ni10
x
x
x
x
193 B7
42CrMo
x
193 B8
x
x
x
x
182 F91
x
x
x
x
25Cr2MoVA
x
x
x
x
194 Gr. 2H
25Cr2MoVA
x
x
x
x

560

x
x
x

x
x
x
x

600 650

x
x

x
x

x
x

8. Welding
All welding is carried out as gas metal arc welding
under protective gas according to DIN EN ISO
4063.




MAG/GMAW (= gas metal arc welding),


Procedure no. 135
MAG/FCAW (= flux core arc welding),
Procedure no. 136
WIG/GTAW (= gas tungsten arc welding),
Procedure no. 141

For these procedures (welding procedure


specifications (WPS)) are on hand which are
certified on the basis of the EN ISO 15614-1
and / or ASME section IX (WPQR).
The welders are qualified according to EN 2871 and ASME section IX for the corresponding
procedures and material classes, and the service
personnel for welding equipment according to
EN 1418 and ASME section IX.
LISEGA holds certifications according to:







DIN 18800-T7 Kl. E, recertification according to EN1090-1 EXE 4 conformity


certification for support components and
EN 1090-2 Technical regulations for the
execution of steel construction
ASME section III Div. I Subs. NCA 4000
NPT and NS stamp
EN ISO 3834-2
TRD 201/AD 2000 Leaflet HPO
Technical Regulations for Steam Boilers/
Manufacture and inspection of pressure
vessels by the German TV

Non-destructive testing VT, PT, MT, UT and RT


(external) is conducted by test personnel qualified acc. to standards ISO 9712 Level II and
SNT-TC-1A Level II. Supervision is carried out
by personnel qualified acc. to ISO 9712 Level III
and SNT-TC-1A Level III.

The tests are conducted on the basis of


regulations:





EN ISO 5817 Assessment Group C


EN ISO 17635 (ISO 10836) with relevant
stipulations for the various ZfP procedures
RCCM Subs. H 4000 with
MC 3000 MC 7000
ASME section V as required by subsection NF

9. Surface treatment against


corrosion
As a matter of principle, LISEGA products are
designed for long-term operation, functioning
reliably for the whole life of the plant. To limit
maintenance work, particular attention is paid
to protection against corrosion. It is important
to specify the type of surface treatment for the
environmental conditions prevailing. LISEGA
offers a range of suitable corrosion protection
systems based on the corrosivity categories and
protection periods of EN ISO 12944:





Standard surface protection (9.1)


Increased surface protection (9.2)
Hot-dip version (9.3)
Surface protection for extreme
applications (9.4)

The current welding inspection team is qualified according to:








EN ISO 14731, welding engineers IWE


and EWE (International/European welding
engineer) and welding technicians, IWS
(International Welding Expert)
Certified welding inspectors acc. to AWS 1.1
ASME section III Div. I Subs. NF-5500
SNT-TC-1A

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Whenever technically feasible, LISEGA uses low-solvent, environmentally


friendly, water-borne
paint finishes.

9.1 Standard corrosion protection

9.1.4 Hot dip galvanizing

As protection against corrosion, the surfaces of


LISEGA products are treated with high-quality
protection systems. Our standard corrosion protection corresponds to the Corrosion Category
C3, medium protection period (M) acc. to
EN ISO 12944 and is well suited to implementation in environments with a moderate industrial
atmosphere. Typical fields of application in this
regard are the interiors of production workshops
with increased levels of humidity and dust or
exteriors with an normal atmosphere.

Roller bearings, pipe saddles and cold-block


clamp bases are treated as standard with hot
dip galvanization, coat thickness 60 80m.

9.1.1 Standard paint finish


Data on specified coat
thicknesses correspond to
NDFT (Nominal Dry Film
Thickness) acc. to DIN EN
ISO 12944, measured acc.
to DIN EN ISO 2808.

Metallic surfaces of carbon steel exposed to


the open air receive by shotblasting to SA 2 1/2
(SP10 acc. to ASTM) and then an undercoating
of zinc-rich primer 60m is applied. The total
dry film thickness of the coating amounts to
approx. 120m, color shade RAL 5012 light
blue.

9.1.5 Primer coating


Due to their special installation situation, mainly
within the insulation, the pipe-surrounding components such as pipe clamps and clamp bases,
weld-on brackets, weld-on eye nuts, weld-on clevises, weld-on bearings and weld-on pipe supports
(stanchions) are treated to higher quality transport
protection with a weldable primer coating on a
shot-blasted surface, coat thickness approx. 30m.

9.1.6 Snubbers
Snubbers are manufactured completely from corrosion resistant materials and require no special
coating.
The separate connection lugs of type 30, are
manufactured from carbon-steel, and treated
according to 9.1.7.

Components falling into this category are constant


hangers and supports, heavy spring hangers and
supports, trapezes, extension tubes for snubbers, 9.1.7 Snubbers connections
rigid strut tubes and viscoelastic dampers.
Connecting lugs are galvanized according to 9.1.3
and fitted with corrosion-protected ball bushings.
9.1.2 Cathodic dip coating of springs Extension pipes are treated with the standard
High quality helical coil springs are an important paint coating acc. to 9.1.1. Weld-on brackets are
element in LISEGA constant and spring hangers. given a weldable primer coat acc. to 9.1.5 and the
Due to their exposed functional significance, all
connection pins are of stainless steel.
springs are treated with a cathodic immersion
process (CIP). The springs are shot-blasted and
9.1.8 Rigid struts
zinc-phosphated on their extended or peeled
The rigid strut tubes are given a standard color
surfaces. Finally, a dual-component epoxy resin
coating (9.1.1). The ball bushing joints are
coating is applied in a galvanic process and
electro galvanized (9.1.3) and fitted with corrobaked at approx. 200C.
sion-protected ball bushings. Weld-on brackets
are treated with a weldable primer coating
(9.1.5), while the connecting pins are stainless
Spring hangers and spring supports, beam clamps steel.
and all threaded components and internal functional parts of the constant hangers and supports are galvanized with a coating thickness of
approx. 12-15m.

9.1.3 Electrogalvanizing

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9.2 Increased corrosion protection

9.2.4 Increased corrosion protection

Increased corrosion protection acc. to EN ISO


for LISEGA helical coil springs
12944, Corrosivity Category C4, medium protec- On top of the standard CIP coating acc. to 9.1.2
tion period (M), is recommended in aggressive a supplementary paint layer with a specified
atmospheres, such as in the open in industrial thickness of 60m is applied.
areas and in coastal regions with moderate saline
exposure or in the case of internal applications 9.2.5 Increased corrosion protection
in chemical plants.

for pipe clamps and clamp bases,


Increased corrosion protection is ensured through product groups 3 and 4
corresponding additional measures for surface
treatment acc. to 9.2.1 to 9.2.5 on the basis of
the standard treatment.

9.2.1 Increased corrosion protection


for carbon steel surfaces
Painted surfaces corresponding to the standard
version (9.1.1), such as constant hangers and
supports, support bearings, trapezes, snubber
extensions, rigid strut tubes and viscoelastic
dampers are topcoated with an additional coat
of 60m on an already existing coat of 120m,
so that a specified coat thickness of 180m is
achieved, color shade RAL 5012 light blue.
Functional components lying within the constant
hanger bodies are also treated acc. to corrosivity
category C4, medium protection (M), in line with
EN ISO 12944.

9.2.2 Increased corrosion protection


for electrogalvanized surfaces
Surfaces galvanized as standard acc. to 9.1.3,
such as spring hangers and supports, are given
a layer of adhesion primer of 40m thickness
plus a topcoat of 60m to create a total layer
thickness of approx. 115m, color shade RAL
5012 light blue.

Pipe clamps and clamp bases for an application


range up to 350C can, if required, be supplied
electrogalvanized.
application
range [type]

coating for increased


corrosion protection

up to 350C
[3. .. 1. / 4. .. 1.]
[3. .. 6. / 4. .. 6.]

electrogalvanization

Pipe clamps and clamp bases for a range over


350C are given a coating which corresponds in
the stability of its maximum working temperature to the following table.
application
range [type]
over 350C
[3. .. 2. / 4.
[3. .. 3. / 4.
[3. .. 4. / 4.
[3. .. 5. / 4.
[3. .. 7. / 4.
[3. .. 8. / 4.

coating for increased


corrosion protection
..
..
..
..
..
..

2.]
3.]
4.]
5.]
7.]
8.]

within the insulation:


Primer (as transport protection)
Coat thickness approx. 30m
outside the insulation:
Ethylsilicate coating
Specified coat thickness 80m

Ethylsilicate
coating outside
the insulation

Primer coating
inside the
insulation

Threaded parts from Product Group 6 are not


given additional surface coats and can if required
be supplied galvanized.

Threaded parts, boltings,


straps and plates on the
pipe-surrounding components must, for increased
corrosion protection and a
working temperature over
350C, be located within
the insulation in accordance with the installation
instructions.

9.2.3 Increased corrosion protection


for spherical bearings
The connecting elements of rigid struts and
snubbers receive a special coating containing
zinc and aluminum lamellas with an additional organic topcoat, layer thickness approx.
20 25m.

Insulation

Coating in example of pipe clamps,


insulated at T  350C
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9.3 Hot dip galvanized version

9.3.2 Components in product group 2

As an alternative to 9.2, all components in the


Spring hangers and supports are available ex
LISEGA product program can also be supplied
stock in hot dip galvanized versions.
as hot dip galvanized version or, where this is
not suitable for technical reasons, made from
9.3.3 Pipe clamps and clamp bases,
corrosion resistant materials. Components receive product group 3 and 4
a galvanized coating of approx. 6080m. Inter- See section 9.2.5.
nal functional components, threads, small parts
receive a coating thickness of approx. 40m.

9.3.4 Components in product group 5

For components not suited to hot dip galvanization due to the material used or the application
area, the version Increased corrosion protection
C4 corresponding to 9.2 represents a good
alternative.

9.3.1 Constant hangers and supports,


product group 1
If required, constant hangers and supports can
be supplied hot dip galvanized. When ordering
it should be stated whether corrosion protection
C3 acc. to 9.1 is sufficient or C4 acc. to 9.2 is required. The difference consists in the additional
treatment of the inner functional components.

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Roller bearings, cryogenic clamp bases and


pipe saddles are supplied in hot dip galvanized
versions as a standard.

9.3.5 Components in product group 6


Connecting rods and other connecting components, tie rods and threaded rods, threaded
clevises, threaded eye nuts, turnbuckles and
couplings can be supplied ex stock in hot dip
galvanized versions.

9.4 Surface protection in extremely


aggressive atmosphere
For use in extremely aggressive atmospheres
such as e.g. seawater, offshore or aggressive
chemical vapors, well-tested corrosion protection
systems suitable for all conditions can be supplied.

10.1 Function
10.1.1 Constant hangers / supports
Constant hangers and constant supports of the
product group 1 are designed, that in theory,
minimum load deviation occurs over the whole
operating range. The total deviation arising from
springs, bearing friction and production tolerances is restricted to  5% in series production. Load
adjustment is made to an accuracy level of 2%.

load F

10. Operational behavior


constant hanger
sN

FN
Fmin

Fmax

= nominal load
= minimum load
(upward travel)
= maximum load
(downward travel)
= nominal travel
(incl. reserve)

Fmax
Fmin

sN
travel s

10.1.2 Spring hangers / supports


load F

For spring hangers and spring supports in product


group 2 the load changes linearly in line with the
spring travel. The deviation of the spring hysteresis
from theoretical values, which results from spring
hysteresis and production tolerances, amounts to
less than  5% within the operational travel.

spring hanger
sN

1.05 FN
FN
0.95 FN

FH
FC
s

travel s

nominal load
nominal travel
(incl. reserve)
hot load a
(operating load)
for downward
operational travel
cold load a
(installation load)
operational travel

snubbers

sa =

load F

Snubbers are designed, in the event of an impact load between the component to be secured
and the building structure, to produce an instantaneous rigid connection. Slow displacement
due to thermal expansion must not be resisted.
Hence the locking mechanism that blocks the
component reacts to velocity. The individual
functional data are specified in section 3, p. 3.7.

FH =

FC =

perm. tolerance range

10.1.3 Snubbers

FN =
sN =

sb =

piston rod
tolerance
piston rod travel

sb =

operational stroke

travel s
sa
sb

10.1.5 Slide plates


Slide plates are used to reduce the lateral forces
produced by the change in position of the sliding
bearing-points. In the LISEGA slide plates, lowfriction materials are used with self-lubricating
characteristics that reduce friction forces by up to
2/3 at an operating temperature of max. 350C.
The individual design data are given in section 7,
p. 7.10.

viscoelastic damper
load F

Viscoelastic dampers are employed to reduce


operational vibrations from machines or plant
components to a harmless level by means
of broadband damping. The kinetic energy is
thereby transformed into heat via a viscous
mass. The damping resistance in all degrees
of freedom is decisive for its effectiveness. The
individual functional data are specified in section
3, page 3.13.

dissipated
energy
travel s

sb
reduced friction force
load F

10.1.4 Viscoelastic dampers

=0.3

Reduction in reaction
forces in the piping
system by the use of
slide plates.

=0.1
travel s

without sliding components


with sliding components

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[%]

When under loading and depending on time


and temperature, standard helical compression
springs lose a considerable amount of their
internal stress through relaxation or settling loss.
If no special measures are taken to counter this,
in constant and spring hangers, it can in the
long-term lead to a reduction of more than 10%
in the set ultimate load.

relaxation

10.2 Spring relaxation

[N/mm2]
shear stress

In contrast to common practise, LISEGA exclusively uses specially treated springs that exhibit
practically no relaxation.
In these springs the expected settling loss is
anticipated through hot setting. This method
is called prerelaxation.

11. Connection dimensions


Simple method for checking the installation possibilities with the E dimension!

11.1 Installation dimension E


For the simple determination of the required rod
lengths in load chains, the installation dimension
E is specified for all components apart from tie
rods and threaded rods (Product Group 6).

type 75
type 61
type 66
type 67

type 60

type 42

X
Et

This E dimension denotes the respective installation length of the components minus the thread
engagement depths (X dimensions) of the connecting tie rods and threaded rods.
The length of the rods required is given by the
total installation height (pipe axis to reference
edge of connection surface) minus the sum
of the E dimensions of the components to be
connected.
To determine the total length of the rods in
a load chain all the E dimensions are added
together. The sum is compared with the total
installation dimension. If a difference results
which is greater than the sum of the thread
engagement depths (X dimensions), then the
chain selected is correct for the total installation height.

= Thread depth
= Total installation
dimension
(Et=Etotal)
For load chains solely with bolted connections
 = Length adapted to
the minimum installation dimension results from
individual installation the sum of all E dimensions.
conditions
Product-related details are to be found in the
selection tables.
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Relaxation behavior of helical coil springs


cold set helical coil springs
(loosely based on DIN 2089)
LISEGA hot set helical coil springs, qualified
by the German TV, nuclear plant suitability
tests and VGB type tests

components (extract) reference basis for installation dimension E


product group 1
constant hangers upper starting position
constant supports
(0 on travel scale)
servohangers
on deviation in blocking position
to the new blocking position is
also to be considered
product group 2
spring hangers upper starting position
(0 on travel scale)
on deviation in blocking
position the blocking position
is also to be considered
spring supports upper starting position
(without type
(0 on travel scale)
29 .. 2.)
independent of blocking
position due to adjustment
available in the support tube
product group 3
snubbers
specification of E min and
E max corresponding to
possible travel
for installation instructions the
planned installation position
incl. travel reserves is to be
viscoelastic
taken into account
damper
middle position
product group 4
pipe clamps
distance from pipe axis to
pin connection
product group 6
threaded
middle line of pin or lower edge
of engagement depth up to upper
connections
edge of engagement depth
product group 7
structural
middle line of pin up to face
attachments
of structure

11.2 Regulation of total installation length Further instructions are given in the corresponding installation instructions.

11.2.1 Turnbuckle function of


connection threads
For length adjustment in installed condition (setting pipe installation position, creating force-fitting) the lower connections on the constant and
spring hangers are designed to function as turnbuckles. In this way convenient future adjustment
of installation lengths (connecting rods) is ensured. The length adjustment amounts to:






300mm for constant hangers type 11


150mm for constant hangers type 18
the adjustment possibilities of a type 62
turnbuckle for spring hangers type 21
min. 140mm for spring hangers type 22
for spring hangers types 25 and 26 the
load-bearing rods are led through the
weld-on support tube and held by an
adjusting nut. Adjustment can be made
within the scope of the available thread
length of the rods.

All connecting threads are right-hand.

11.2.2 Constant and spring supports


For types 19, 16, 28, and 29, the installation
height is adjustable independently of the respective presetting by using the support tube
designed as a spindle. The necessary load is
actuated at installation by turn out the support
tube.

12. Quality Management and IMS

The connections for the rigid struts type 39 are


supplied as standard as right/left fine thread
for length adjustability in installed condition.
Flat faces on the rigid strut body enable easy
adjustment with an ordinary wrench.

Constructive devices
available for the subsequent adjustment of
installation lengths!

For the effective management and supervision


of the organization (Corporate Governance) the
Integrated Management System (IMS) summarizes in a centralized structure the established
methods and regulations in the company for
observation of the demands in the main sectors.
The IMS covers the areas:
 fundamental company principles
 quality management
 environmental protection
 work and health protection
 organizational procedures
 international export certification
Through the utilization of synergies and the pooling of resources, lean and effective management
is possible. In IMS the data from the various
systems are gathered, analyzed and evaluated
centrally according to the requirements of modern
CAQ (Computer-aided quality) solutions. The
system takes into account recognized standards
and guidelines including the corresponding
reporting system. Relevant approvals from
authorized bodies can be found in the table on
page 0.18.

Constant hanger type 11

max
min

Spring support type 29

12.1 Quality management

Our quality management (QM) monitors and


regulates all activities affecting quality in the
company. The independent QM department is
11.2.3 Turnbuckles type 62, tie rods
the leading system in IMS and has overall suL/R type 65 (see p. 6.3)
For rigid hangers with short installation lengths a pervision of the clearly targeted function of the
processes integrated into IMS and the observadefined reserved length for connection components types 60 and 61 usually enables sufficient tion of rules and regulations.
length adjustment. For greater installation lengths
the use of a turnbuckle L/R type 62 in combina- One of the most important corporate principles
at LISEGA is superior product quality, a vital eletion with a tie rod L/R type 65 is recommended
ment
which also encompasses the activities and
for the purpose of simpler adjustability. For easy
close
partnership with our business partners.
accessibility this combination should always be
The
organization
and behavior of our personnel
placed at the lowest end of the load chain.
are correspondingly attuned to this.

11.2.4 Rigid struts type 39

Turnbuckle type 62

Rigid strut type 39

The particular measures ensuring quality undertaken by QM are outlined in the quality management program (QMP), which covers the whole
The QMP, as an integral
organization. These measures and activities to
component, forms an entity
promote quality are an integral component in
the processing cycle and are firmly rooted in the with the processing cycle!
procedures.
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Following international codes and standards,


the QMP is described in detail in the Quality
Management Manual (QMM). The QMM takes
into account all the recognized European and
other international standards, especially DIN
EN ISO 9001 and ASME section III Div. 1 Subs.
NCA 4000 including Subs. NF and KTA 1401,
RCCM-H.
The QMM covers the whole organization of the
LISEGA Group and is applied generally both in
the conventional sector as well as in areas with
increased requirements, such as the nuclear industry. The scope of the traceability of material,
and testing the corresponding documentation
can also be adapted exactly to special demands
by the activation of further verification levels.
All international requirements, including those
affecting the nuclear field, can be covered by the
QMM. The relevant approvals are available and
are regularly renewed.

12.5 Documentation on delivery


If required, the materials used are documented
by certification via material tests according to
ASME and DIN EN 10204. In addition, the results
of the functional test can be confirmed by the
issue of an acceptance test certificate, also by an
independent test institute if so desired. Computerized verification in line with special requirements and special quality-related documents can
be agreed upon between customer, producer
and supervisor.

13. Suitability tests, type tests


For the use of serially produced standard supports in industrial piping installations, especially
in plants with more stringent requirements, e.g.
nuclear power stations, special suitability and
type tests are required worldwide. The test
programs specified mainly involve the following
steps:

12.2 Raw material and goods reception  inspection of the quality management
All the materials used are monitored by way of
a receiving inspection check by quality management regarding compliance with the technical
specifications. The materials used are, according to requirements, certified by material test
approvals according to ASME and DIN EN 10204.






12.3 Production supervision


The supervision of production is carried out
through constant quality control according to
QMM. In particular, for nuclear applications the
international quality stipulations according to
the codes ASME section III NF / NCA 4000 (USA),
RCCM-Section H (FR), KTA (DE), DIN EN 13480-T5
and NNSA (CN) are fulfilled.

12.4 Final inspection


Before shipment, constant hangers and spring
hangers, as well as snubbers and dampers are
subjected, under the responsibility of Quality
Management, to function tests on special test
benches. The measurements are recorded and
can if required be accessed and documented. All
the testing faculties are regularly inspected and
checked by qualified personnel according to EN
ISO 7500-1.

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program
inspection of the materials used
inspection of the design documentation
verification of the computer-based tensile
stress values
experimental testing on
function
overload capacity
continuous load capacity

On successful testing, suitability is regarded as


proven and general approval can be issued for
use in industrial piping installations.
Type and suitability tests have been carried
out for the major part of the LISEGA product
range by the various German and international,
independent institutions. They therefore also
comply with the requirements of current European codes.





DIN EN 13480T3 Section 13


RCCM H5300, H5400
KTA 3205.3
VGB-R 510 L

Certifications can be supplied upon request.

14. Standard version and


increased requirements
Our standard supports are absolutely equal in
design and function for both the conventional
market and where increased requirements are
concerned, e.g. in the nuclear field. Hence they
do not differ in design or construction. However,
due to additional quality assurance requirements
and materials with supplementary certification
in these sectors, a separate production process
may be required.
For areas with increased requirements, all components right up to the finished product must
be traceable through batch restamping and the
units themselves identifiable according to KTA
and ASME codes. In the type designation the

increased requirement level is indicated in the


5th digit and for rigid struts in the 6th digit.
The relevant component documentation refers to
this and to the number of the production order.
In this catalog the standard component, i.e. the
one for conventional applications, is identified
by the type designations. As the functional data
and component dimensions specified are identical to the increased requirements version, in
all cases the selection of products can be made
using the catalog. However, when planning or
ordering, it is important to verify the part number associated with the requirement level (5th
or 6th digit).

Separate production
processes of components
meeting increased requirements for the traceability
of certified materials!

The order examples on the individual data sheets


should be noted. The type code under Sect. 5
(pp. 0.7 and 0.8) can also be used for this.

the most important LISEGA Group certifications


certification code

certifing body

certification No. 

ISO 9001

TV Nord
BSI
TV Rheinland
AFAQ
LRQA
TV Nord

78 100 034445
FS 557331
01 100 038965
1996 / 5030.4
MEA6011026/1
07 100 010963

EN 1090-1:2009/A1:2011

TV Nord

Cl. E; DIN 18800-7:2008-11, DIN 18801


AD 2000 Leaflet-HP0
DIN EN ISO 3834-2
BS OHSAS 18001:2007
Safety management
DIN EN ISO 14001:2009
Environmental
SCC
ASME section III Div. I NCA 4000
NS - Certificate for supports
ASME section III Div. I NCA 4000
NPT - Stamp for supports

TV Nord
TV Nord
TV Nord
TV Nord
AFAQ

0045-CPR-1090-1.00151
TVNORD.2013.002
DIN 18800-7 / 0513-EW /13/0
07-203-1282-HP-0513/13
07-202-1282-EN -0513/13
78 116 034445
2010/38940.1

TV Nord

78 104 034445

TV Nord

78 106 034445
N 3092
N 3025

KTA 1401
NNSA Designing
NNSA Manufacturing

ASME
ASME
VGB, EnBW Kernkraft,
RWE, E.ON, Vattenfall
China National Nuclear
Safety Administration

 At the time of publication

N 3169
N 2951

1405
1406

TN VED / Rostechnazor

Federal Service for


Ecological, Technological
and Atomic Supervision

PPC 00-043746

GOST R

RST Expert

POCC DE.A80.H02052
POCC DE.A80.H02053
POCC DE.A80.H02054

SPIR-O-2008
SSMFS 2008:13
ASME section III Div. I, Subs.
NF Class 1.23, MC, ASME section XI

ATT=Atomic Techno Test


INSPECTA NUCLEAR AB

POCC RU.0001.01A00.00.10.2849

Tractebel Belgium

2951

5477

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Piping can only be as


good as its supports!

15. Form of shipment

16. Warranty

Unless specified otherwise, all products are


classified according to component types and
shipped in appropriate packaging for transport or for short-term storage. They are clearly
marked and, if necessary, protected against corrosion by special measures. If long-term storage
is required, different packaging can be agreed
on for this purpose.

For all LISEGA components a 2-year warranty is


issued from date of commissioning, limited to 3
years after transfer of ownership.

Specific requirements can, where applicable, be


found in the data sheets or installation instructions. Complete pipe supports (load chains of
different components) can on request be preassembled, bundled, and labeled.

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17. Technical modifications


Modifications in the interests of further technical
development are expressly reserved.

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PRODUCT
GROUP

Constant hangers,
constant supports

Constant hangers,
constant supports

Constant hangers,
constant supports
Contents

Page

Field of application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.1


Advantages and design overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.3
Mode of operation and function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.5

1
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PRODUCT
GROUP

Design features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.7


Function testing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.9
Installation overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.11

Selection overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.13


Selection tables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.15
Constant hangers type 11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.15
Support bearings type 71 for constant hangers type 11 . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.16
Constant hangers types 12-14 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.17
Support bearings type 71 for constant hangers types 12-14 . . . . . . . . 1.18
Constant hangers type 18 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.19
Constant supports type 19 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.20
Angulating constant supports type 19 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.21
Selection tables special designs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.22
Constant hanger trapezes type 79 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.22
Heavy constant supports type 16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.24
Servohangers type 17 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.25
Installation and operating instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.27

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1.0

Field of application
To avoid unacceptable
forces and moments in
pipe systems, the thermal
expansion of the piping
must not be restricted.

Constant hangers types 11-14,


Constant supports type 16
Minor thermal displacement in the pipe
systems in the vertical direction can be
compensated by spring supports or
spring hangers. Due to the resulting
proportionally increasing force deviation
corresponding to the spring rate, their
use is limited to a displacement range
specified by the designer (see Product
Group 2, pp 2.5 and 2.6).
In the case of greater vertical displacement
the use of constant hangers or constant
supports is required. For these special designs, the spring force is transformed into a
constant force throughout the displacement
range (see function principle, p. 1.5).
The proportional loads of the pipe system
can in this way be constantly distributed
over the whole displacement range without
significant deviations. As a rule, for LISEGA
constant hangers the use of type 11, tried
and tested over 100,000 times, provides
the standard solution.

Constant hanger in a coal-fired


power station

1.1

Final assembly of a constant hanger

Constant hanger
type 11

The function principle is based on the arrangement of three springs resulting in the parallelogram of forces. The design is distinguished
by highly functional accuracy along with wide
load adjustment ranges. The favorable powerto-weight ratios and symmetrical designs
enable easy installation. For further typical
advantages, see p. 1.3.

Installation inspection of a constant hanger

Constant hanger
type 18
As a rule, the pipe support
engineer allows for sufficient
installation space for the
supports required. However,
due to limitations of space the
installation height can be too
small for the typical standard
solution with type 11.
This sometimes occurs, especially when replacing existing installations. To provide the
optimum solution in such cases, type 18, a
low profile design, is available from the LISEGA
hanger range, beside the main type 11 series.
The function principle of this design is based
on the lever principle. Unlike the usual leverarm type hangers, the load displacement here
is linear and is constant, following the LISEGA
principle (see function principle, p. 1.6).

Constant hanger
type 18

On the basis of their special function principles and modes of design, LISEGA constant
hangers and supports have, for the past five
decades, proven their outstanding operational safety and reliability many thousands of
times. Further descriptions of their mode of
operation and function are set out on p. 1.6
and their design features from p. 1.7.

For the operational safety


and long life of the pipe
systems and hence of the
plant itself, the consistent
functional accuracy of the
constant hangers is of
utmost importance.

In the case of constant hangers, the pipe systems are suspended from roof constructions
or the steelwork. If the piping is laid out near
ground level it may be appropriate to take up
the loads from below with constant supports.

Constant support type 19


Due to its compact design, constant support
type 19 thereby replaces its predecessor,
type 16, as standard. Type 16 continues to be
standard only in the heavy-duty range (load
range 100 400kN) for its coupling capacity.

Constant support type 19

In comparison with conventional lever-arm type


hangers the new LISEGA
type 18 is lower profile
and enables the creation
of support chains in the
smallest of spaces.
Space-saving design of type 18 compared
to a conventional lever-arm hanger

1.2

Special benefits of LISEGA


constant hangers and supports
6

8
2

The user can profit from a variety of special


benefits where LISEGA constant hangers are
concerned.
Significant savings are possible, especially
regarding labor-intensive ancillary support
costs such as planning, installation and
operation.
1

Principle-based constancy by way of a


special function principle.

Pre-relaxed springs eliminate any


significant loss of load-bearing capacity.

Reduced friction due to minimized


number of bearing points.

Especially wide load adjustment range


avoids hanger replacement when
operational loads change.

Turnbuckle function allows greater


adjustment of pipe installation position.

Load application free of moments due


to a single suspension point.

Blocking is adjustable to practically


any travel position through fine-tooth
notching.

Name plate contains complete technical


specifications.

Directly readable travel scale with marking


for hot/cold load positions.

10

Load scale with permanent marking of


adjustment load.

3
10
4

5
Constant hanger
type 11

axis of symmetry

3
1

2
10

Symmetrical design ensures direct flow

Constant hanger
type 18

of forces through axis of symmetry.

3
7
1

2
10
9
Constant support
type 19

1.3

Favorable power-weight ratios for


reduced installation loads.
Arranged by load groups and travel ranges
to simplify selection (modular system).
Consistent functional behavior due to highquality corrosion protection and maintenance-free chemically nickelized finishes.
Readily adaptable to installation situation
via corresponding designs and standardized
accessories.
Double load-tube guiding of constant
supports for transmission of side loads.
Secure connection of load chains due to
load- and connection-compatible modular
components.

LISEGA constant hanger


and support types
As fixed elements in the pipe system concept,
the pipe supports must operate smoothly as
functional connections between the pipe system
and the surrounding structure.

Pipe systems are usually very complex layouts


with restricted space. To allow for optimum
use of the different spatial conditions, various
designs are available as standard for the different application situations. All components
are available either from stock or at short
notice.
Constant hanger type 11 C3 19 to 11 96 15

Type 11

Standard design for use as suspension for


loads up to load group 9 (100kN) and travel
range 6 (750mm). Travel range 7 (900mm) is
available on request. If no space restrictions
or other specifications are to be considered,
this is the preferred product.
Constant hanger type 11 with support
brackets type 71 C3 .1 to 71 97 .4
Standard design with support brackets bolted
at the LISEGA factory for use as seated versions.
Constant hanger type 18 D3 17 to 18 93 17

Type 11 with support brackets

Serial standard design in special low profile


version as alternative suspension instead of
type 11, if the installation height is limited.
Constant support type 19 D3 17 to 19 93 17
Serial standard design for use as support if
constant support from below is required.

Type 18

Note: This version replaces the taller single-cell


constant hanger type 16 (see Standard Supports
Catalog 2010) and is especially suitable in restricted spaces. Type 16 can still be supplied
if required.
Heavy constant support type 16
Special design as multi-cell constant support
type 16, if heavy loads have to be distributed.

Type 19

Servohanger type 17 52 15 to 17 93 15
Servohangers are equipped with additional
active load regulation and can reduce overloading in the piping system to a permissible
harmless level.

Type 17 with support brackets

Type 16

1.4

WIRKUNGSWEISE UND
Mode of operation and function
FUNKTION
WIRKUNGSWEISE UND
Types 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 79
FUNKTION

Besondere Anforderungen
An die zuverlssige Funktion von Konstanthngern
sind
strenge Anforderungen zu
Besondere
Anforderungen
The LISEGA Function Principle
stellen:
An die zuverlssige Funktion von KonstantThe LISEGA Function Principle is based on the
hngern sind strenge Anforderungen zu
interaction
of the force from a mainspring and

exakte
Konstantheit
bei jeder
stellen:
Lasteinstellung
the resulting force of two connected balance
exakte Konstantheit
bei The
jeder force directions of the pre-loaded
springs.
minimierte mechanische
Reibungskrfte
Lasteinstellung
compensating springs are thereby angled

F2
E
FD2
E
CD
C
B
B
A
F
A

Ebenso
sind frmechanische
die
laufende
berwachung
against
each
other in the shape of a parallel minimierte
Reibungskrfte
des Rohrleitungsverhaltens
ogram ofbesondere
forces. Voraussetzungen
zudie
erfllen:
Ebenso sind fr
laufende berwachung
des Rohrleitungsverhaltens besondere VorThe
suspended

zuverlssige
fr load F acts directly on the
aussetzungen
zu Kontrollanzeigen
erfllen:
mainspring
Einstelllast und
Wegstellung B via the load tube A . The pre zuverlssige Kontrollanzeigen
fr
loaded compensating
springs C act additionally
ausreichende und przise
Einstelllast und
Wegstellung
on
the
load
tube
as
the
resulting force F2 via
Nachstellmglichkeit der Last
D
pivoting
cams
and
roller
supports E . The
ausreichende und przise
Nachstellmglichkeit
der Lastforce F1 and the resulting force
mainspring
Das LISEGA-Funktionsprinzip
F2 change on the shifting of the load over the
Fr die Erfllung der Anforderungen bietet
displacement
range in accordance with the
das
LISEGA-Funktionsprinzip die
Das patentierte
LISEGA-Funktionsprinzip
specified
spring
constants, the cam path, and
besten
Hiernach beruht
Fr die Voraussetzungen.
Erfllung der Anforderungen
bietet
the
angular
position
die
Wirkungsweise
auf
dem
Zusammenwirdas patentierte LISEGA-Funktionsprinzip dieof the cam components.
ken
derVoraussetzungen.
Kraft aus einer Hauptfeder
und der
besten
Hiernach beruht
resultierenden
Kraft
zweier
die Wirkungsweise
auf
demzugeschalteter
ZusammenwirThe
course
of the resulting force corresponds
Ausgleichsfedern.
Kraftrichtungen
derder
ken der Kraft aus Die
und
toeiner
theHauptfeder
characteristics
of the mainspring. In this
vorgespannten
Ausgleichsfedern
sind dabei
resultierenden Kraft
zweier zugeschalteter
way
the
mainspring
force
is balanced out,
nach
Art eines Krfteparallelogramms
winklig
Ausgleichsfedern.
Die Kraftrichtungen der
without
deviations,
to
a
constant
support force.
gegeneinander
gerichtet.
vorgespannten Ausgleichsfedern sind dabei
nach Art eines Krfteparallelogramms winklig
F wirkt ber das
Die
anhngendegerichtet.
Last
gegeneinander
J The
LISEGA function principle leads to
Lastrohr A direkt auf die Hauptfeder B .
absolute
constancy which by theory can
Die Vorspannkrfte
derF Ausgleichsfedern
anhngende Last
wirkt ber das C
easily
be
F2 berproven.
wirken
Kraft
schwenkB .
LastrohralsAresultierende
direkt auf die
Hauptfeder
bare
Kurventeile D und
die Sttzrollen E C
Die Vorspannkrfte
der Ausgleichsfedern
zustzlich
dasJLastrohr.
Die
HauptfederF2 ber
wirken als auf
resultierende
KraftLISEGA
schwenk The
function principle permits an
F2 verndern
F1 und die D
kraft
Resultierende
E load adjustment range of
bare Kurventeile
und
die Sttzrollen
especially
wide
sich
bei Verschiebung
der Last
den
zustzlich
auf das Lastrohr.
Die ber
Hauptfeder40% 100%
the nominal load.
s entsprechend
Bewegungsbereich
denofvorF2 verndern
kraft F1 und die Resultierende
gegebenen
Federkonstanten,
derber
Kurvenbahn
sich bei Verschiebung
der Last
den
und
der Winkelstellung
der Kurventeile.
s entsprechend
Bewegungsbereich
den vorgegebenen Federkonstanten, der Kurvenbahn
Der
der Resultierenden
entspricht
und Verlauf
der Winkelstellung
der Kurventeile.
exakt der Kennlinie der Hauptfeder. Dadurch
wird
die Kraft
Hauptfeder ohne
AbweiDer Verlauf
derder
Resultierenden
entspricht
chungen
einer konstanten
Sttzkraft
ausexakt derzu
Kennlinie
der Hauptfeder.
Dadurch
geglichen.
wird die Kraft der Hauptfeder ohne Abweichungen zu einer konstanten Sttzkraft ausgeglichen.
Load adjustment

Obere Stellung

F
Obere Stellung

E
C
E
D
C
D
B
F1
B
FA1
A
F

Mittlere Stellung

Mittlere Stellung

F2
D
FC2
ED
C
E
B
F1
B
F1
A
A
F

Untere Stellung
Untere Stellung

F
G Funktionsweise der
LISEGA-Konstanthnger.
G Funktionsweise der
LISEGA-Konstanthnger.

1.13
1.13

Adjustment screws

1.5

25

50

=75

50

25

=75

75

=75

100

25

=75

The load adjustment is carried out by a preloading of the mainspring. As the characteristics of the resulting balancing force and the
mainspring are the same, only a linear shifting of the initial force thereby occurs F . This
way, the change in force is the same at every
point of the movement and the ultimate load
remains constant at each load setting.
1

The remaining travel range changes


proportionally to the load alterations.

Mode of operation and function


Types 18, 19
Function principle for LISEGA constant
hangers type 18 and constant supports

A
C

The function principle is based on the lever


principle, by which variable spring forces are
transformed into a constant support force by
way of lever mechanics.

B
D

Two lever arms A , symmetrically arranged at


an angle to each other, thereby act as one
system with pre-loaded springs B . On a
vertical change in position of the load F to
be taken up, the displacement is distributed
over rollers C and defined bearing surfaces
onto the lever systems. Through the pairing
arrangement of the levers the displacement
runs linearly in the axis of symmetry, whereby
the lever conditions that thereby change do so
proportionally to the correspondingly changing
spring preloading. In this way the load stays in
balance with the adjusted load in every travel
position.

A
B
C
D

Sinus-shaped load deviations from the lever


movement in the form of an arc are balanced
by correspondingly machined cam profiles. This
way the load distribution is held constant with
mathematical accuracy in every position.

Load adjustment

The calibration load is adjustable within a range


of approx. 50% to 100% of the maximum hanger
force. By way of an adjusting screw D the length
of the lever arm force is continuously variable.

D
C

On all load settings the available travel range


remains unchanged. The whole working travel
range is always available.

Spring force

Lever arm

Leverage

Load arm

Load

1.6

Design features

LISEGA constant hanger


type 11 standard design

LISEGA constant hanger


type 18 compact design

type 79
trapeze

Design Structure

Performance range

A steel body encases the moving parts such


as springs and cam lever. The compact arrangement of the individual components enables
small external dimensions. The body is designed
to bear loads and is mass-produced for the
attachment of standardized connections.

Constant hangers and supports are produced


as standardized single-cell hangers in load
groups C to 9. In addition, type 11 constant
hangers in sizes 8 and 9 are coupled to form
hangers for higher loads (heavy duty). In this
way a standard performance range from 0.13kN
to 500kN is covered. Constant hangers are
manufactured in the seven standard travel
ranges 75 / 150 / 300 / 450 / 600 / 750 / 900
mm and constant supports up to 300mm.

Connection possibilities

The connection threads correspond to the


respective LISEGA load group, whereby the
upper connection thread (type 11) has a defined
engagement depth and the lower one is designed Standards and calculations
as a load nut for length compensation.
Component design and layout correspond
to the applicable national and international
Due to their design, type 11 constant hangers
standards and recognized technical specificacan also be seated directly on suitable conntions with regard to load capacity, function
ecting components without the need for access- and lifespan. This applies equally to the mateories. In addition, special support brackets can rials used, the welding technology and other
be bolted on using the standard tapped holes processes. The relevant details are clearly
provided. Type 11 constant hangers above
defined in the technical specifications, p. 0.9.
load group 9 (heavy duty) and type 18 constant hangers are fitted with yoke plates (only Springs
on top) for a bolted connection, instead of
The springs are crucial components for the
connection threads.
smooth functioning of constant hangers and
supports their long-term functional efficiency
is vital for the operational safety of hangers
Serial connection types
and supports. The relevant standards are the
basis for the design of LISEGA helical coil
springs. Details can be found in the technical
type 66 tie rod
specifications, section 0.

type 71
support bearing

type 11
constant
hanger

type 61 threaded clevis with pin

type 60 eye nut


type 67 stud bolt

Spring relaxation
When subjected to loads and temperature over
a period of time, conventional helical coil springs
lose part of their reset force through relaxation
(settling loss). In constant and spring hangers
this can, in the long term, lead to a reduction
in the set ultimate load of more than 10%
(see calculation example).
LISEGA exclusively uses springs that, through
an artificial aging process, show no appreciable settling loss. The spring relaxation
normally to be expected is anticipated by
producing preplastification in a hot setting
process with greater coil lengths.

steelwork
provided
by customer

1.7

boi
ler
out
let
hea
der

planned
condition
connection
point /
hanger

ler
boi

The maximum primary stresses


were calculated in the vicinity of
the boiler connection. They stand
93% above the planned stress
condition.

condition after 10% relaxation


z- displaceadditional z-load ment of pipe
at connection
system
points (in kN)
(in mm)

set load of
hanger

hanger
load

58.93
67.50
54.33
78.35

53.04
60.75
48.90
70.52

58.42
58.31
35.97
47.65
54.10
67.26

52.58
52.48
32.37
42.89
48.69
60.53

7.30

17.25

36.70

Calculation example of
cumulative additional loads
due to hanger relaxation
A pipe system was observed
(dia = 525mm, s = 27mm,
temperature = 540C, pressure =
50 bar). The effect of a 10% loss
of force in the hangers was assumed. Due to this loss, the pipe
system is displaced by 36.4mm.

0.0
-1.0
-5.1
-6.9
0.3
0.0
-4.4
-20.7
-30.4
-36.4
-19.2
-1.0
0.0

The permissible stresses for the


boiler connection are exceeded
by 9% (calculations acc. to
Regulation B31.1).

Corrosion protection
The constant hangers are finished with a LISEGA
standard coating which, together with a metallically pure treated surface, offers superior
corrosion protection with high mechanical
stability. Bearings and bearing bolts for the
constant hangers are plated or made of nonrusting materials. All threaded components
and cams are electro-galvanized. The surface
of the spring is given a special finish (technical specifications p. 0.11).
Constant hangers with standard corrosion
protection need no maintenance if installed
in buildings or in locations protected from
the weather. For operation in the open or
in special situations, corresponding extra
corrosion protection can be arranged see
the corrosion protection section in technical
specifications, p. 0.10.

Paintshop

Spring testing at material reception

1.8

Function testing
Functional performance

The special functional principle of LISEGA constant


hangers guarantees constancy across the entire
travel range. This is also unaffected by shifts in
load. Only a minor adjustment force produced
by tolerances and bearing friction is to be taken
into account. The hysteresis so produced is kept
within strict limits due to the design principle
and modern production processes.

The typical permissible deviations are set out


in the following international codes:

In effect, the deviation in the set load of LISEGA


constant hangers on the serial average can, on
normal load setting, be kept to  3%.




MSS SP-58 (USA), max.  6%


in relation to the operating load
VGB-R510L and KTA 3205.3, Germany,
max.  5% in relation to the operating
load. The deviation in load adjustment
(medium load) is limited to  2%
DIN EN 13480-T3 max.  5%
in relation to the operating load

Function testing

Applying a selection process, with limited load Before shipment, all constant hangers and
and travel ranges, it is possible to reduce this supports are tested for flawless functioning
even further.
and set to the load ordered. The test results
are recorded.
The calibration values are stamped onto a
riveted name plate. The calibration load is
also marked permanently on the load scale.
Hot and cold positions are noted on the travel
scale in red and white respectively.
The respective travel positions can be read
directly off the travel scale in mm or inches.

Acceptance testing of a constant hanger

Calibration and testing of type 12

1.9

The calibration load in each case can be read


directly off a load scale in kN or lbs. For the
functional tests, test benches operating quasistatically with capacities up to 1,000 kN are
on hand. The test benches are checked regularly by an independent supervisory body.

LISEGA testing technology


is constantly under improvement and represents
state-of-the-art technology.
These improvements cover
test benches for constant
hangers and supports,
spring hangers and supports, as well as snubbers.
The testing facilities are in
operation at all production
sites within the LISEGA
group, while mobile units
are available for use at
customer locations.
32 test benches are on
hand for constant and
spring hangers or constant
and spring supports in
the load range from 1kN
to 1000kN. All LISEGA
test benches are tested at
regular intervals according
to DIN EN ISO 7500 with
calibrated load cells and
measurement amplifiers.
All components are tested
in installation condition
and adjustment.

Example of a test certificate in a standard delivery inspection

Testing a constant hanger on a


LISEGA 120kN test bench

Mobile LISEGA 50kN snubber


test bench PR50

Testing a spring hanger on a


LISEGA 120kN test bench

1.10

Installation overview
Universal adaption to
existing installation
spaces
The installation of the
constant hangers can be
adapted to any situation
in the plant through the
use of universal accessory
components from the
modular system.

Automatic designing

type 73
type 60
type 63
type 67
type 63
type 11

type 75
type 61
type 67

type 11
type 63
type 66
type 63

type 63
type 67

type 61

type 49

type 44

type 63
type 61
type 79

All configurations can be


created in just a few steps
via the LICAD design software in the shortest of
time with the input of 6
parameters with parts
lists and drawings.

type 73
type 60
type 67
type 11
type 11

type 67
type 63
type 60

type 49
type 63
type 67
type 63
type 61

type 79

type 75
type 61
type 67
type 11

type 63
type 67
type 63

type 18

type 63
type 61
type 79
type 61
type 63

type 43
type 67
type 49

type 63
type 67
type 63
type 61
type 79
type 60
type 63
type 67
type 63
type 61
type 44

type 63
type 61
type 79

type 11
type 71
type 37

type 63
type 49
type 66

type 19

type 19

type 63
type 60

type 43

1.11

type 35

type 73
type 60
type 67
type 61
type 79
type 61
type 63
type 67
type 63
type 61
type 79
type 61
type 63
type 67

1
type 73
type 60
type 67
type 11

type 63

type 63
type 67
type 63
type 61
type 79
type 61
type 63

type 11

type 67

type 67
type 60
type 43

type 63
type 61
type 48

type 73
type 60
type 63
type 66
type 63

type 75
type 61
type 67

type 11

type 11
type 63
type 63

type 66

type 67
type 63
type 61
type 46

type 63
type 61
type 48

type 71

type 11
type 63
type 66
type 63
type 60
type 43

type 73
type 18
type 63
type 67
type 63
type 61
type 44

1.12

Selection overview
Types 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 79
Constant hangers, heavy-duty constant supports 
750
700
650
600
550
500
450
400
350
300
250
200

travel range [mm]

150
100
50
0

0.625

1.25

2.5

10

15

20

30

40

50

60

70

80

90

100

120

140

load [kN]

Selection
example:
24kN/210mm

Zwischenwerte
Intermediate
knnen
intervalues can
be
poliert
werden
interpolated.
...2..(150mm) 

type designation

11 66
11 76
11 86
11 96
12 86
12 96
13 86
13 96
14 86
14 96

11 15
11 25
11 35
11 45
11 55
11 65
11 75
11 85
11 95
12 85
12 95
13 85
13 95
14 85
14 95

11 14
11 24
11 34
11 44
11 54
11 64
11 74
11 84
11 94
12 84
12 94
13 84
13 94
14 84
14 94

11 C3
11 D3
11 13
11 23
11 33
11 43
11 53
11 63
11 73
11 83
11 93
12 83 
12 93 
13 83 
13 93 
14 83 
14 93 

load [kN]

0.13  0.14
11 D2
0.25  0.27
11 12
0.54
0.50
11 22
1.08
1.00
11 32
2.17
2.00
11 42
4.33
4.00
11 52
8.67
8.00
11 62
16.00 17.33
11 72
24.00 26.00
11 82
32.00 34.66
11 92
40.00 43.33
12 82 64.00 69.33
12 92 80.00 86.66
13 82 96.00 104.00
13 92 120.00 130.00
14 82 128.00 138.70
14 92 160.00 173.30

0.15
0.29
0.58
1.17
2.33
4.66
9.33
18.66
28.00
37.33
46.66
74.66
93.30
112.00
140.00
149.30
186.70

0.16
0.31
0.63
1.25
2.50
5.00
10.00
20.00
30.00
40.00
50.00
80.00
100.00
120.00
150.00
160.00
200.00

0.17
0.33
0.67
1.33
2.67
5.33
10.67
21.33
32.00
42.66
53.33
85.33
106.70
128.00
160.00
170.70
213.30

0.18
0.35
0.71
1.42
2.83
5.66
11.33
22.66
34.00
45.33
56.66
90.66
113.30
136.00
170.00
181.30
226.70

0.19
0.38
0.75
1.50
3.00
6.00
12.00
24.00
36.00
48.00
60.00
96.00
120.00
144.00
180.00
192.00
240.00

0.20
0.40
0.79
1.58
3.17
6.33
12.67
25.33
38.00
50.66
63.33
101.30
126.70
152.00
190.00
202.70
253.30

0.21
0.42
0.83
1.66
3.33
6.66
13.33
26.66
40.00
53.33
66.66
106.66
133.30
160.00
200.00
213.30
266.70

0.22
0.44
0.88
1.75
3.50
7.00
14.00
28.00
42.00
56.00
70.00
112.00
140.00
168.00
210.00
224.00
280.00

140

145

150

145

140

135

130

125

120

250

240

135

...3..(300mm) 

270

280

290

300

290

280

270

260

...4..(450mm) 

405

420

435

450

435

420

405

390

375

360

...5..(600mm) 

540

560

580

600

580

560

540

520

500

480

...6..(750mm) 

675

700

725

750

725

700

675

650

625

600

1.13

 For the selection of constant supports and constant


rigid struts type 16, the load group and travel range
of the corresponding constant hanger type 11 apply.

 Total travel, travel range 7 (900mm) supplied on request.


 Selection also applies to heavy-duty constant support
type 16.

 Loads  0.25kN or 0.13kN on request.


 This range is only adjustable ex works.
750
700
650
600
550
500
450
400
350
300
250
200

travel range [mm]

150
100
50
0
60

80

100

125

150

175

200

225

250

275

300

325

350

375

400

500

600

load [kN]

load [kN]

type designation


0.23
0.46
0.92
1.83
3.67
7.33
14.67
29.33
44.00
58.66
73.33
117.30
146.70
176.00
220.00
234.70
293.30

0.24
0.48
0.96
1.92
3.83
7.66
15.33
30.66
46.00
61.33
76.66
122.66
153.30
184.00
230.00
245.30
306.70

0.25
0.50
1.00
2.00
4.00
8.00
16.00
32.00
48.00
64.00
80.00
128.00
160.00
192.00
240.00
256.00
320.00

0.26
0.52
1.04
2.08
4.17
8.33
16.67
33.33
50.00
66.66
83.33
133.30
166.70
200.00
250.00
266.70
333.30

0.27
0.54
1.08
2.16
4.33
8.66
17.33
34.66
52.00
69.33
86.66
138.66
173.30
208.00
260.00
277.30
346.70

0.28
0.56
1.13
2.25
4.50
9.00
18.00
36.00
54.00
72.00
90.00
144.00
180.00
216.00
270.00
288.00
360.00

0.29
0.58
1.17
2.33
4.67
9.33
18.67
37.33
56.00
74.66
93.33
149.30
186.70
224.00
280.00
298.70
373.30

0.30
0.60
1.21
2.42
4.83
9.66
19.33
38.66
58.00
77.33
96.66
154.66
193.30
232.00
290.00
309.30
386.60

0.31
0.63
1.25
2.50
5.00
10.00
20.00
40.00
60.00
80.00
100.00
160.00
200.00
240.00
300.00
320.00
400.00

0.37
0.73
1.45
2.91
5.83
11.66
23.33
46.66
70.00
93.33
116.66
186.66
233.33
280.00
350.00
373.35
466.65

0.42
0.83
1.66
3.33
6.66
13.33
26.66
53.33
80.00
106.66
133.33
213.33
266.66
320.00
400.00
426.70
533.30

11 D2
11 12
11 22
11 32
11 42
11 52
11 62
11 72
11 82
11 92
12 82 
12 92 
13 82 
13 92 
14 82 
14 92 

115

110

105

100

95

90

85

80

75

50

25

mm 

230

220

210

200

190

180

170

160

150

100

50

mm 

345

330

315

300

285

270

255

240

225

mm 

460

440

420

400

380

360

340

320

300

mm 

575

550

525

500

475

450

425

400

375

mm 

11 C3
11 D3
11 13
11 23
11 33
11 43
11 53
11 63
11 73
11 83
11 93
12 83 
12 93 
13 83 
13 93 
14 83 
14 93 

11 14
11 24
11 34
11 44
11 54
11 64
11 74
11 84
11 94
12 84
12 94
13 84
13 94
14 84
14 94

11 15
11 25
11 35
11 45
11 55
11 65
11 75
11 85
11 95
12 85
12 95
13 85
13 95
14 85
14 95

11 66
11 76
11 86
11 96
12 86
12 96
13 86
13 96
14 86
14 96

1.14

Constant hangers
Type 11
B
D

X

E

d5

H
P

d6

Constant hangers
type 11 C3 19 to 11 96 15
Serialized standard design,
delivery from stock.

d2

X

d2

C
L

 Dimension E for upper


blocking position, in other
blocking positions dimension
E lengthens accordingly.

 X = minimum engagement
depth. At the lower connection, maximum engagement
depth = X + 300mm.

Order details:
constant hanger
type 11 .. ..
marking:
calibration load: kN
travel: mm up/down
blocking position
(as required): mm
1.15

type

d2

d5

d6

11 C3 19
11 D2 19
11 D3 19
11 12 15
11 13 15
11 14 15
11 15 15
11 22 15
11 23 15
11 24 15
11 25 15
11 32 15
11 33 15
11 34 13
11 35 13
11 42 15
11 43 15
11 44 13
11 45 13
11 52 15
11 53 15
11 54 15
11 55 15
11 62 15
11 63 15
11 64 15
11 65 15
11 66 15
11 72 15
11 73 15
11 74 15
11 75 15
11 76 15
11 82 15
11 83 15
11 84 15
11 85 15
11 86 15
11 92 15
11 93 15
11 94 15
11 95 15
11 96 15

350
300
410
385
415
435
465
445
460
480
530
445
490
545
615
500
570
610
665
590
710
745
845
725
815
845
885
1145
780
850
1000
1160
1275
815
945
1110
1200
1260
865
1095
1240
1255
1305

130
110
130
130
130
130
135
160
160
160
165
170
170
185
190
185
185
185
190
230
230
230
230
275
275
275
275
280
300
300
300
305
305
320
320
320
320
325
350
350
350
355
355

150
155
170
140
140
140
150
180
185
185
195
190
190
210
220
220
220
220
240
270
270
285
285
335
335
345
345
345
380
380
400
400
400
390
390
400
420
420
435
435
455
455
455

105
86
106
106
106
106
108
132
132
132
136
132
132
150
155
150
150
150
155
190
190
190
190
230
230
230
230
232
252
252
252
256
256
256
256
256
256
260
276
276
276
280
280

M10
M10
M10
M12
M12
M12
M12
M12
M12
M12
M12
M16
M16
M16
M16
M20
M20
M20
M20
M24
M24
M24
M24
M30
M30
M30
M30
M30
M36
M36
M36
M36
M36
M42
M42
M42
M42
M42
M48
M48
M48
M48
M48

9
11
11
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
16
16
16
16
20
20
20
20
25
25
25
25
25
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35

9
11
11
M10
M10
M10
M10
M10
M10
M10
M10
M10
M10
M10
M10
M12
M12
M12
M12
M16
M16
M16
M16
M16
M16
M16
M16
M16
M20
M20
M20
M20
M20
M20
M20
M20
M20
M20
M24
M24
M24
M24
M24

E
530
350
545
375
645
935
1225
385
650
945
1215
390
675
960
1240
440
740
1040
1285
470
770
1105
1405
555
900
1285
1630
2030
610
945
1375
1710
2150
705
1140
1645
2085
2585
760
1190
1735
2160
2700

H
455
250
445
265
445
615
795
270
455
635
810
275
470
645
820
315
495
675
855
345
515
705
880
420
565
750
925
1330
455
635
785
975
1425
585
715
925
1115
1625
630
785
960
1090
1620

250
230
260
285
285
285
295
350
360
360
370
360
360
370
370
400
410
410
420
490
490
490
490
580
580
600
600
600
650
650
650
660
660
650
650
670
690
690
750
750
770
770
770

40
0
45
25
20
25
25
20
45
45
25
10
70
40
40
25
110
55
65
30
105
75
60
40
160
150
120
155
50
140
195
65
210
50
215
305
125
250
50
250
380
250
290

265
195
280
135
270
325
450
140
270
320
460
165
260
370
465
260
250
370
540
210
285
410
530
240
300
355
460
650
285
300
400
665
710
330
340
390
740
850
350
355
380
585
800

240
125
255
40
165
225
350
45
195
245
365
30
180
260
360
135
210
275
455
70
215
310
415
85
260
310
380
600
110
205
360
490
675
115
280
420
595
825
135
325
480
570
820

43
43
43
86
86
86
86
86
86
86
86
112
110
110
110
105
105
105
105
115
126
126
135
145
145
149
149
149
170
170
179
184
184
200
200
200
200
200
195
195
195
195
195

weight
X  [kg]
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
20
20
20
20
25
25
25
25
30
30
30
30
35
35
35
35
35
45
45
45
45
45
50
50
50
50
50
60
60
60
60
60

14
10
19
15
25
34
52
21
35
48
75
27
43
66
105
44
66
86
145
73
115
159
212
134
183
264
337
495
195
262
378
550
690
263
364
509
731
965
336
475
677
862
1130

Support brackets Type 71


for constant hanger Type 11
y

detail Z

transportation lug

Support brackets for


constant hanger type 11
type 71 C3 .1 to 71 96 .1
Serialized standard design,
delivery from stock.

G1

K1

base plate

C
L
F
A1

constant bracket
h. type type 
11 C3 19
11 D2 19
11 D3 19
11 12 15
11 13 15
11 14 15
11 15 15
11 22 15
11 23 15
11 24 15
11 25 15
11 32 15
11 33 15
11 34 13
11 35 13
11 42 15
11 43 15
11 44 13
11 45 13
11 52 15
11 53 15
11 54 15
11 55 15
11 62 15
11 63 15
11 64 15
11 65 15
11 66 15
11 72 15
11 73 15
11 74 15
11 75 15
11 76 15
11 82 15
11 83 15
11 84 15
11 85 15
11 86 15
11 92 15
11 93 15
11 94 15
11 95 15
11 96 15

71 C3 .1
71 D2 .1
71 D3 .1
71 12 .1
71 13 .1
71 14 .1
71 15 .1
71 22 .1
71 23 .1
71 24 .1
71 25 .1
71 32 .1
71 33 .1
71 34 .1
71 35 .1
71 42 .1
71 43 .1
71 44 .1
71 45 .1
71 52 .1
71 53 .1
71 54 .1
71 55 .1
71 62 .1
71 63 .1
71 64 .1
71 65 .1
71 66 .1
71 72 .1
71 73 .1
71 74 .1
71 75 .1
71 76 .1
71 82 .1
71 83 .1
71 84 .1
71 85 .1
71 86 .1
71 92 .1
71 93 .1
71 94 .1
71 95 .1
71 96 .1

B1

A1

B1

E

G1

K1

weight
 [kg]

420
370
480
495
525
545
575
575
590
610
660
575
620
655
725
640
710
750
805
750
870
905
1005
915
1005
1035
1075
1335
980
1050
1200
1360
1475
1025
1155
1320
1410
1470
1105
1335
1480
1495
1545

70
70
70
115
115
115
115
140
140
140
140
140
140
140
140
160
160
160
160
200
200
200
200
250
250
250
250
250
270
270
270
270
270
280
280
300
320
320
300
300
320
340
340

150
155
170
140
140
140
150
180
185
185
195
190
190
210
220
220
220
220
240
270
270
285
285
335
335
345
345
345
380
380
400
400
400
390
390
400
420
420
435
435
455
455
455

265
145
265
145
265
385
505
145
265
385
505
150
270
400
520
155
275
425
600
160
280
400
520
165
285
405
525
345
175
295
415
535
280
180
300
420
540
270
190
310
430
550
260

40
40
40
60
60
60
60
75
75
75
75
75
75
75
75
80
80
80
80
90
90
90
90
110
110
110
110
110
115
115
115
115
115
120
120
120
120
120
140
140
140
140
140

810
510
825
535
925
1335
1745
545
930
1345
1735
560
965
1380
1780
620
1040
1490
1910
660
1080
1535
1955
755
1220
1725
2190
2410
830
1285
1835
2290
2475
935
1490
2115
2675
2905
1010
1560
2225
2770
3020

355
260
380
270
480
720
950
275
475
710
925
285
495
735
960
305
545
815
1055
315
565
830
1075
335
655
975
1265
1080
375
650
1050
1315
1050
350
775
1190
1560
1280
380
775
1265
1680
1400

250
230
260
285
285
285
295
350
360
360
370
360
360
370
370
400
410
410
420
490
490
490
490
580
580
600
600
600
650
650
650
660
660
650
650
670
690
690
750
750
770
770
770

6
6
6
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
20
20
20
20
20

60
60
60
100
100
100
100
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
140
140
140
140
180
180
180
180
220
220
220
220
220
240
240
240
240
240
240
240
260
280
280
260
260
280
320
320

13
13
13
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40

3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5

5
5
8
12
17
25
31
15
21
31
38
16
23
32
40
18
29
41
49
30
42
58
72
45
62
90
112
112
56
80
106
128
128
65
91
139
184
184
82
109
162
273
273

 The 5th digit in the type designation denotes the design:


6 for support brackets,
bolted, standard design,
8 for support brackets,
bolted, for increased
requirements.

 Dimension E for upper blocking position, in other positions E changes accordingly.

 The constant hangers can in


principle be directly seated
and welded to the structure.
Care must be taken to allow
access to adjusting screws
and lock nuts. If this is not
possible, supports type 71
are appropriate.

 Minimum weld seam.


Longer support brackets are
available on request.

Order details:
constant hangers
type 11 .. ..
with support bracket
type 71 .. ..
marking: ...
calibration load: kN
travel: mm up/down
blocking position
(as required): mm
1.16

Constant hangers
Types 12-14
Constant hangers
type 12 82 35 to 14 96 35
Standard design, multi-cell
arrangement, delivery from
stock.

R1

B
D

m
ax

d3

70

RW

 + 250

H
P

O W

ma
x

d3

R1

L
C

N
M

 Dimension E applies to
upper blocking position,
in other blocking positions
E changes accordingly.

Order details:
constant hangers
type 1. .. 35
marking: ...
calibration load: kN
travel: mm up/down
blocking position
(as required): mm

1.17

type

d3

E

12 82 35
12 83 35
12 84 35
12 85 35
12 86 35
12 92 35
12 93 35
12 94 35
12 95 35
12 96 35
13 82 35
13 83 35
13 84 35
13 85 35
13 86 35
13 92 35
13 93 35
13 94 35
13 95 35
13 96 35
14 82 35
14 83 35
14 84 35
14 85 35
14 86 35
14 92 35
14 93 35
14 94 35
14 95 35
14 96 35

860
990
1155
1245
1305
910
1140
1285
1300
1350
860
990
1155
1245
1305
910
1140
1285
1300
1350
860
990
1155
1245
1305
910
1140
1285
1300
1350

635
635
635
635
645
695
695
695
705
705
935
935
935
935
950
1025
1025
1025
1040
1040
1235
1235
1235
1235
1250
1355
1355
1355
1375
1375

390
390
400
420
420
435
435
455
455
455
390
390
400
420
420
435
435
455
455
455
390
390
400
420
420
435
435
455
455
455

555
555
555
555
565
605
605
605
615
615
855
855
855
855
870
935
935
935
950
950
1155
1155
1155
1155
1170
1265
1265
1265
1280
1280

60
60
60
60
60
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
80
80
80
80
80
80
80
80
80
80
90
90
90
90
90

1205
1640
2145
2585
3085
1310
1740
2285
2710
3250
1305
1740
2245
2685
3185
1420
1850
2395
2820
3360
1385
1820
2325
2765
3265
1460
1890
2435
2860
3400

585
715
925
1115
1625
630
785
960
1090
1620
585
715
925
1115
1625
630
785
960
1090
1620
585
715
925
1115
1625
630
785
960
1090
1620

80
80
80
80
80
90
90
90
90
90
80
80
80
80
80
90
90
90
90
90
80
80
80
80
80
90
90
90
90
90

540
540
540
540
545
590
590
590
595
595
840
840
840
840
850
920
920
920
930
930
1140
1140
1140
1140
1150
1250
1250
1250
1260
1260

300
300
300
300
304
330
330
330
334
334
2x300
2x300
2x300
2x300
2x304
2x330
2x330
2x330
2x334
2x334
3x300
3x300
3x300
3x300
3x304
3x330
3x330
3x330
3x334
3x334

50
215
305
125
250
50
250
380
250
290
50
215
305
125
250
50
250
380
250
290
50
215
305
125
250
50
250
380
250
290

330
340
390
740
850
350
355
380
585
800
330
340
390
740
850
350
355
380
585
800
330
340
390
740
850
350
355
380
585
800

90
90
90
90
90
105
105
105
105
105
105
105
105
105
105
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
135
135
135
135
135

R1max
95
95
95
95
95
110
110
110
110
110
125
125
125
125
125
140
140
140
140
140
180
180
180
180
180
180
180
180
180
180

weight
[kg]

30
30
30
30
30
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
40
40
40
40
40

160
160
160
160
160
175
175
175
175
175
210
210
210
210
210
230
230
230
230
230
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250
250

615
820
1110
1555
2020
785
1070
1475
1845
2380
955
1265
1700
2370
3070
1215
1640
2245
2810
3615
1305
1715
2300
3190
4125
1665
2230
3040
3790
4870

Support brackets Type 71


for constant hangers Type 12-14
30

Support brackets for


constant hangers
type 12-14
type 71 82 .2 to 71 96 .4
Standard design,
delivery from stock.

transportation lug

K
 1
E

G1

G2 + 250
70

detail Z

C
A1

constant
h. type

bracket
type 

A1

B1

12 82 35
12 83 35
12 84 35
12 85 35
12 86 35
12 92 35
12 93 35
12 94 35
12 95 35
12 96 35
13 82 35
13 83 35
13 84 35
13 85 35
13 86 35
13 92 35
13 93 35
13 94 35
13 95 35
13 96 35
14 82 35
14 83 35
14 84 35
14 85 35
14 86 35
14 92 35
14 93 35
14 94 35
14 95 35
14 96 35

71 82 .2
71 83 .2
71 84 .2
71 85 .2
71 86 .2
71 92 .2
71 93 .2
71 94 .2
71 95 .2
71 96 .2
71 82 .3
71 83 .3
71 84 .3
71 85 .3
71 86 .3
71 92 .3
71 93 .3
71 94 .3
71 95 .3
71 96 .3
71 82 .4
71 83 .4
71 84 .4
71 85 .4
71 86 .4
71 92 .4
71 93 .4
71 94 .4
71 95 .4
71 96 .4

1025
1155
1320
1410
1470
1105
1335
1480
1495
1545
1025
1155
1320
1410
1470
1105
1335
1480
1495
1545
1025
1155
1320
1410
1470
1105
1335
1480
1495
1545

580
580
600
620
620
630
630
650
675
675
880
880
900
920
920
960
960
980
1010
1010
1180
1180
1200
1220
1230
1290
1290
1310
1340
1340

Z
B1

E

390
390
400
420
420
435
435
455
455
455
390
390
400
420
420
435
435
455
455
455
390
390
400
420
420
435
435
455
455
455

180
300
420
540
270
190
310
430
550
260
180
300
420
540
270
190
310
430
550
260
180
300
420
540
270
190
310
430
550
260

120
120
120
120
120
140
140
140
140
140
120
120
120
120
120
140
140
140
140
140
120
120
120
120
120
140
140
140
140
140

G1

G2 

K1

985
1540
2175
2730
2960
1070
1615
2285
2830
3080
985
1550
2175
2730
2960
1070
1620
2285
2830
3080
990
1550
2175
2730
2960
1075
1620
2285
2830
3080

1095
1530
2040
2480
2980
1190
1620
2170
2595
3135
1145
1585
2090
2530
3030
1245
1680
2225
2650
3190
1190
1625
2130
2570
3070
1270
1700
2245
2670
3210

350
775
1190
1560
1280
380
775
1265
1680
1400
350
775
1190
1560
1280
380
775
1265
1680
1400
350
775
1190
1560
1280
380
775
1265
1680
1400

300
300
300
300
304
330
330
330
334
334
300
300
300
300
304
330
330
330
334
334
300
300
300
300
304
330
330
330
334
334

15
15
15
15
15
20
20
20
20
20
15
15
15
15
15
20
20
20
20
20
15
15
15
15
15
20
20
20
20
20

240
240
260
280
280
260
260
280
320
320
240
240
260
280
280
260
260
280
320
320
240
240
260
280
280
260
260
280
320
320

300
300
300
300
304
330
330
330
334
334
600
600
600
600
608
660
660
660
668
668
900
900
900
900
912
990
990
990
1002
1002

weight

 [kg]
4
142
4
194
4
292
4
383
4
383
5
181
5
235
5
341
5
574
5
574
4
216
4
294
4
440
4
576
4
576
5
276
5
357
5
515
5
864
5
864
4
289
4
392
4
587
4
769
4
770
5
369
5
477
5
687
5 1153
5 1155

 The 5th digit in the type


designation denotes the
design:
6 for support brackets,
bolted, standard design,
8 for support brackets,
bolted, for increased
requirements.

 Dimensions E and G2 apply


to upper blocking position,
in other blocking positions E
and G2 change accordingly.

 Minimum weld size.


Other lengths are also available
on request.

Order details:
constant hangers
type 1. .. ..
with support bracket
type 71 .. ..
marking: ...
calibration load: kN
travel: mm up/down
blocking position
(as required): mm

1.18

Constant hangers
Type 18
A
d3
R

H
position right at top in
other blocking positions
E lengthens accordingly.

 X = minimum engagement
depth. At lower connection
max. engagement depth =
X + 150mm.
Max. permissible stresses:
Emergency (HZ) at 80C
= Calibration load x 1.33
Faulted condition (HS)
at 150C = Calibration
load x 1.66

Order details:
constant hangers
type 18 .. ..
marking: ...
calibration load: kN
travel: mm up/down
blocking position
(as required): mm

1.19

type

min. max.
load load
[kN] [kN] travel

18 D3 17 0.21 0.51
18 D1 27 0.21 0.72
18 D2 27 0.21 0.72
18 D3 27 0.37 0.72
18 11 27 0.54 1.71
18 12 27 0.54 1.71
18 13 27 0.54 1.71
18 21 17 1.25
3.0
18 22 17 1.25
3.0
18 23 17 1.25
3.0
18 21 27
2.2
4.0
18 22 27
2.2
4.0
18 23 27
2.2
4.0
18 31 17
2.8 5.15
18 32 17
2.8 5.15
18 33 17
2.8 5.15
18 31 27
3.8
6.8
18 32 27
3.8
6.8
18 33 27
3.8
6.8
18 41 17
5.0
9.3
18 42 17
5.0
9.3
18 43 17
5.0
9.3
18 41 27
6.9 12.4
18 42 27
6.9 12.4
18 43 27
6.9 12.4
18 51 17
9.2 16.2
18 52 17
9.2 16.2
18 53 17
9.2 16.2
18 51 27 11.9 21.9
18 52 27 11.9 21.9
18 53 27 11.9 21.9
18 61 17 16.15 29.9
18 62 17 16.15 29.9
18 63 17 16.15 29.9
18 61 27 22.1 40.5
18 62 27 22.1 40.5
18 63 27 22.1 40.5
18 71 17 29.8 47.0
18 72 17 29.8 47.0
18 73 17 29.8 47.0
18 71 27 35.0 60.0
18 72 27 35.0 60.0
18 73 27 35.0 60.0
18 81 17 44.2 80.0
18 82 17 44.2 80.0
18 83 17 44.2 80.0
18 91 17 59.0 100.0
18 92 17 59.0 100.0
18 93 17 59.0 100.0

300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300

d2

 Dimension E in blocking

Constant hangers
type 18 D3 17 to 18 93 17
Standard design,
delivery from stock.

d2

d3

E

X

weight
[kg]

973
610
664
973
610
664
973
610
664
973
610
664
973
652
837
1099
652
837
1099
755
934
1099
755
934
1288
755
934
1288
812
1055
1426
878
1140
1592
878
1302
1720
976
1446
1720
1072
1570
1935
1251
1805
1965
1520
1805
1965

205
205
205
205
205
205
205
205
205
205
205
205
205
205
233
233
205
233
233
233
261
233
233
261
261
233
261
261
261
276
276
261
291
291
261
278
302
276
291
302
291
302
362
302
362
347
302
362
347

M10
M10
M10
M10
M12
M12
M12
M12
M12
M12
M12
M12
M12
M16
M16
M16
M16
M16
M16
M20
M20
M20
M20
M20
M20
M24
M24
M24
M24
M24
M24
M30
M30
M30
M30
M30
M30
M36
M36
M36
M36
M36
M36
M42
M42
M42
M48
M48
M48

17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
34
34
34
41
41
41
41
41
41
41
41
41
51
51
51
51
51
51

464
267
304
464
267
304
464
267
304
464
267
304
464
282
336
483
282
336
483
328
351
482
331
354
500
330
353
499
334
372
508
358
380
514
368
392
527
395
398
578
417
425
571
462
486
621
457
486
621

430
234
270
430
234
270
430
234
270
430
234
270
430
244
293
440
244
293
440
286
302
440
286
302
455
286
302
455
290
315
460
315
333
467
315
335
472
340
343
472
362
370
513
390
413
547
385
413
547

25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
50
50
50
65
65
65
65
65
65
65
65
65
80
80
80
80
80
80

10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
18
18
18
20
20
20
20
20
20
22
22
22
25
25
25
25
25
25

24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
34
34
34
34
34
44
44
44
44
44
44
44
44
44
64
64
64
64
64
64

15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
20
20
20
20
20
20
25
25
25
25
25
25
30
30
30
30
30
30
35
35
35
35
35
35
45
45
45
45
45
45
50
50
50
60
60
60

52
30
34
52
31
35
57
32
39
57
32
39
58
36
74
97
36
74
98
69
102
104
70
113
152
71
114
153
96
159
210
115
190
261
118
194
326
158
230
341
190
296
498
269
482
691
316
484
719

Constant supports
Type 19
A

Constant supports
type 19 D3 17 to 19 93 17
Standard design,
delivery from stock.

K

L1

d4

M
A1

type 
19 D3 17
19 D1 27
19 D2 27
19 D3 27
19 11 27
19 12 27
19 13 27
19 21 17
19 22 17
19 23 17
19 21 27
19 22 27
19 23 27
19 31 17
19 32 17
19 33 17
19 31 27
19 32 27
19 33 27
19 41 17
19 42 17
19 43 17
19 41 27
19 42 27
19 43 27
19 51 17
19 52 17
19 53 17
19 51 27
19 52 27
19 53 27
19 61 17
19 62 17
19 63 17
19 61 27
19 62 27
19 63 27
19 71 17
19 72 17
19 73 17
19 71 27
19 72 27
19 73 27
19 81 17
19 82 17
19 83 17
19 91 17
19 92 17
19 93 17

N
B1

min. max.
load load
[kN] [kN] travel
0.21 0.51
0.21 0.72
0.21 0.72
0.37 0.72
0.54 1.71
0.54 1.71
0.54 1.71
1.25
3.0
1.25
3.0
1.25
3.0
2.2
4.0
2.2
4.0
2.2
4.0
2.8 5.15
2.8 5.15
2.8 5.15
3.8
6.8
3.8
6.8
3.8
6.8
5.0
9.3
5.0
9.3
5.0
9.3
6.9 12.4
6.9 12.4
6.9 12.4
9.2 16.2
9.2 16.2
9.2 16.2
11.9 21.9
11.9 21.9
11.9 21.9
16.15 29.9
16.15 29.9
16.15 29.9
22.1 40.5
22.1 40.5
22.1 40.5
29.8 47.0
29.8 47.0
29.8 47.0
35.0 60.0
35.0 60.0
35.0 60.0
44.2 80.0
44.2 80.0
44.2 80.0
59.0 100.0
59.0 100.0
59.0 100.0

Order details:

300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300

A1

B1

d4

E

973
610
664
973
610
664
973
610
664
973
610
664
973
652
837
1099
652
837
1099
755
934
1099
755
934
1288
755
934
1288
812
1055
1426
878
1140
1592
878
1302
1720
976
1446
1720
1072
1570
1935
1251
1805
1965
1520
1805
1965

245
245
245
245
245
245
245
245
245
245
245
245
245
245
300
300
245
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
400
400
300
400
400
300
400
400
400
400
380
398
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400

205
205
205
205
205
205
205
205
205
205
205
205
205
205
233
233
205
233
233
233
261
233
233
261
261
233
261
261
261
276
276
261
291
291
261
278
302
276
291
302
291
302
362
302
362
347
302
362
347

163
163
163
163
163
163
163
163
163
163
163
163
163
163
189
189
163
189
189
189
205
189
189
205
205
189
205
205
205
220
220
205
233
233
205
220
240
220
233
240
233
240
300
240
300
285
240
300
285

14.5
14.5
14.5
14.5
14.5
14.5
14.5
14.5
14.5
14.5
14.5
14.5
14.5
14.5
18.5
18.5
14.5
18.5
18.5
18.5
18.5
18.5
18.5
18.5
18.5
18.5
18.5
18.5
18.5
22.5
22.5
18.5
22.5
22.5
18.5
22.5
22.5
22.5
22.5
22.5
22.5
22.5
22.5
22.5
22.5
22.5
22.5
22.5
22.5

913
490
600
913
490
600
913
490
600
913
490
600
913
499
639
969
499
639
969
565
667
969
565
667
987
577
668
987
581
713
1016
607
718
1021
607
717
1041
655
728
1041
672
757
1111
744
829
1186
739
829
1186

430
234
270
430
234
270
430
234
270
430
234
270
430
244
293
440
244
293
440
286
302
440
286
302
455
286
302
455
290
315
460
315
333
467
315
335
472
340
343
472
362
370
513
390
413
547
385
413
547

K
80
80
80
80
80
80
80
80
80
80
80
80
80
80
100
100
80
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
120
120
100
120
120
100
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120
120

weight
[kg]

185
185
185
185
185
185
185
185
185
185
185
185
185
185
210
210
185
210
210
210
210
210
210
210
210
210
210
210
210
280
280
210
280
280
210
280
280
280
280
260
278
280
280
280
280
280
280
280
280

103
103
103
103
103
103
103
103
103
103
103
103
103
103
124
124
103
124
124
124
140
124
124
140
140
124
140
140
140
150
150
140
163
163
140
150
170
150
163
170
163
170
230
170
230
215
170
230
215

60
36
41
60
37
42
65
37
46
65
38
46
66
42
83
110
43
83
111
78
113
116
78
123
171
82
128
171
107
176
231
127
208
282
129
211
354
176
251
368
208
316
524
290
515
740
336
516
767

constant support type 19 .. .., marking: , calibration load: kN,


travel: mm up/down, blocking position (as required): mm

Load plate with integrated slide


plate. This must be considered
in the selection of clamp bases.

 Dimension E in blocking
position right at top in other
blocking positions E shortens
accordingly and allows adjustment of + 60mm.

 Type 19 .. .7 is fitted with a


load plate with PTFE slide
plate as standard. If needed,
this type can also be supplied
with a high temperature slide
plate, type 19 .. .6 (see table
below).

 Under certain circumstances


the support bracket with the
height K can be dispensed
with. It should however be
ensured that the load adjustment screws are accessible.

type 19* with slide plate


up to 180C up to 350C
19 D. .7
19 D. .6
19 1. .7
19 1. .6
19 2. .7
19 2. .6
19 3. .7
19 3. .6
19 4. .7
19 4. .6
19 5. .7
19 5. .6
19 6. .7
19 6. .6
19 7. .7
19 7. .6
19 8. .7
19 8. .6
19 9. .7
19 9. .6

L1

40
40
40
65
65
65
110
150
150
150

* friction value of the slide


plates see table p. 7.11
Max. permissible stresses:
Emergency (HZ) at 80C
= calibration load x 1.33
Faulted condition (HS)
at 150C = calibration
load x 1.66.
Max. blocking load at 80C
= calibration load x 1.5.

1.20

Angulating constant supports


Type 19
A

Angulating constant supports


type 19 D3 37 to 19 93 37
Standard design,
delivery from stock.

For large horizontal displacements in the pipe


systems the constant
supports can be fitted
with ball bushing joints.

 Dimension E on blocking
position right at top, in other
blocking positions E shortens
accordingly and allows adjustment of +200mm.

 Connection possibilities:
See bolt diameter of weld-on
brackets type 35 or dynamic
clamps (Product Group 3).
Max. permissible stresses:
Emergency (HZ) at 80C
= Calibration load x 1.33
Faulted condition (HS)
at 150C = Calibration
load x 1.66
Max. blocking load at 80C
= Calibration load x 1.5.

Order details:
angulating constant
support type 19 .. ..
marking:
calibration load: kN
travel: mm up/down
blocking position
(as required): mm

1.21

d3

B1

A1

type

The ball bushing joints for the


connection are designed to fit
weld-on bracket type 35.

SW

min. max.
load load
[kN] [kN] travel

19 D3 37 0.21 0.51
19 D1 47 0.21 0.72
19 D2 47 0.21 0.72
19 D3 47 0.37 0.72
19 11 47 0.54 1.71
19 12 47 0.54 1.71
19 13 47 0.54 1.71
19 21 37 1.25
3.0
19 22 37 1.25
3.0
19 23 37 1.25
3.0
19 21 47
2.2
4.0
19 22 47
2.2
4.0
19 23 47
2.2
4.0
19 31 37
2.8 5.15
19 32 37
2.8 5.15
19 33 37
2.8 5.15
19 31 47
3.8
6.8
19 32 47
3.8
6.8
19 33 47
3.8
6.8
19 41 37
5.0
9.3
19 42 37
5.0
9.3
19 43 37
5.0
9.3
19 41 47
6.9 12.4
19 42 47
6.9 12.4
19 43 47
6.9 12.4
19 51 37
9.2 16.2
19 52 37
9.2 16.2
19 53 37
9.2 16.2
19 51 47 11.9 21.9
19 52 47 11.9 21.9
19 53 47 11.9 21.9
19 61 37 16.15 29.9
19 62 37 16.15 29.9
19 63 37 16.15 29.9
19 61 47 22.1 40.5
19 62 47 22.1 40.5
19 63 47 22.1 40.5
19 71 37 29.8 47.0
19 72 37 29.8 47.0
19 73 37 29.8 47.0
19 71 47 35.0 60.0
19 72 47 35.0 60.0
19 73 47 35.0 60.0
19 81 37 44.2 80.0
19 82 37 44.2 80.0
19 83 37 44.2 80.0
19 91 37 59.0 100.0
19 92 37 59.0 100.0
19 93 37 59.0 100.0

300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300

A1

B1

d3 

E

SW

weight
[kg]

973
610
664
973
610
664
973
610
664
973
610
664
973
652
837
1099
652
837
1099
755
934
1099
755
934
1288
755
934
1288
812
1055
1426
878
1140
1592
878
1302
1720
976
1446
1720
1072
1570
1935
1251
1805
1965
1520
1805
1965

245
245
245
245
245
245
245
245
245
245
245
245
245
245
300
300
245
300
300
300
290
300
300
290
290
300
290
290
290
400
400
300
400
400
300
400
400
400
400
380
398
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400

205
205
205
205
205
205
205
205
205
205
205
205
205
205
233
233
205
233
233
233
261
233
233
261
261
233
261
261
261
276
276
261
291
291
261
278
302
276
291
302
291
302
362
302
362
347
302
362
347

163
163
163
163
163
163
163
163
163
163
163
163
163
163
189
189
163
189
189
189
205
189
189
205
205
189
205
205
205
220
220
205
220
220
205
220
220
220
233
240
233
240
300
240
300
285
240
300
285

10
10
10
10
10
10
10
12
12
12
12
12
12
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
50
50
50

903
480
590
903
480
590
903
490
600
913
490
600
913
512
632
965
512
632
965
561
663
965
561
663
982
609
700
1020
613
727
1030
641
732
1035
641
731
1058
708
781
1094
725
810
1156
789
881
1238
812
904
1261

45
45
45
45
45
45
45
53
53
53
53
53
53
59
59
59
59
59
59
59
59
59
59
59
59
80
80
80
80
80
80
80
80
80
80
80
80
93
93
93
93
93
93
93
93
93
106
106
106

430
234
270
430
234
270
430
234
270
430
234
270
430
244
293
440
244
293
440
286
302
440
286
302
455
286
302
455
290
315
460
315
333
467
315
335
472
340
343
472
362
370
513
390
413
547
385
413
547

27
27
27
27
27
27
27
34
34
34
34
34
34
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
70
70
70

23
23
23
23
23
23
23
25
25
25
25
25
25
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
60
70
70
70

58
35
40
58
35
40
63
36
44
64
36
44
64
41
81
108
41
81
108
76
111
114
76
122
169
83
129
172
109
178
232
129
209
283
132
212
355
179
255
374
212
320
534
291
523
747
341
528
778

Constant hanger trapezes


Type 79
L

d3

B1

type
79 D3 17
79 D1 27
79 D2 27
79 D3 27
79 11 27
79 12 27
79 13 27
79 21 17
79 22 17
79 23 17
79 21 27
79 22 27
79 23 27
79 31 17
79 32 17
79 33 17
79 31 27
79 32 27
79 33 27
79 41 17
79 42 17
79 43 17
79 41 27
79 42 27
79 43 27
79 51 17
79 52 17
79 53 17
79 51 27
79 52 27
79 53 27
79 61 17
79 62 17
79 63 17
79 61 27
79 62 27
79 63 27
79 71 17
79 72 17
79 73 17
79 71 27
79 72 27
79 73 27
79 81 17
79 82 17
79 83 17
79 91 17
79 92 17
79 93 17

0.42
0.42
0.42
0.74
1.08
1.08
1.08
2.5
2.5
2.5
4.4
4.4
4.4
5.6
5.6
5.6
7.6
7.6
7.6
10
10
10
13.8
13.8
13.8
18.4
18.4
18.4
23.8
23.8
23.8
32.3
32.3
32.3
44.2
44.2
44.2
59.6
59.6
59.6
70
70
70
88.4
88.4
88.4
118
118
118

1.02
1.44
1.44
1.44
3.42
3.42
3.42
6.0
6.0
6.0
8.0
8.0
8.0
10.3
10.3
10.3
13.6
13.6
13.6
18.6
18.6
18.6
24.8
24.8
24.8
32.4
32.4
32.4
43.8
43.8
43.8
59.8
59.8
59.8
81
81
81
94
94
94
120
120
120
160
160
160
200
200
200

min. max.
load load
[kN] [kN] travel Lmax
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300
75
150
300

1700
1700
1700
1700
1700
1700
1700
1700
1700
1700
1700
1700
1700
1800
1800
1800
1800
1800
1800
1800
1800
1800
1800
1800
1800
1800
1800
1800
1800
1800
1800
2400
2400
2400
2400
2400
2400
2400
2400
2400
2400
2400
2400
1800
1800
1800
1800
1800
1800

Constant hanger trapezes

A
973
610
664
973
610
664
973
610
664
973
610
664
973
652
837
1099
652
837
1099
755
934
1099
755
934
1288
755
934
1288
812
1055
1426
878
1140
1592
878
1302
1720
976
1446
1720
1072
1570
1935
 1251
 1805
 1965
 1520
 1805
 1965

d3

205
205
205
205
205
205
205
205
205
205
205
205
205
205
233
233
205
233
233
233
261
233
233
261
261
233
261
261
261
276
276
261
291
291
261
278
302
276
291
302
291
302
362
302
362
347
302
362
347

17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
34
34
34
41
41
41
41
41
41
41
41
41
51
51
51
51
51
51

E
569
372
409
569
393
430
590
393
430
590
393
430
590
410
464
611
410
464
611
472
488
626
475
491
644
489
512
658
493
521
667
521
544
678
531
556
690
586
589
769
607
617
762
677
702
836
694
725
859

25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
50
50
50
65
65
65
65
65
65
65
65
65
80
80
80
80
80
80

10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
18
18
18
20
20
20
20
20
20
22
22
22
25
25
25
25
25
25

80
80
80
80
80
80
80
80
80
80
80
80
80
120
120
120
120
120
120
140
140
140
140
140
140
180
180
180
180
180
180
260
260
260
260
260
260
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300
300

weight for 
type 79 D3 17 to 79 93 17
L=1000  per 100mm
B1
[kg]
[kg]
140
121
1.7
 Dimension E right at top in
140
140
140
140
140
140
140
140
140
140
140
140
190
190
190
190
190
190
200
200
200
200
200
200
230
230
230
230
230
230
310
310
310
310
310
310
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350
350

79
87
121
79
87
131
79
93
131
79
93
133
100
176
222
100
176
224
172
238
242
174
260
338
190
276
354
240
366
468
312
460
604
318
470
736
418
562
780
482
694
1098
644
1070
1486
730
1066
1538

1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
2.7
2.7
2.7
2.7
2.7
2.7
3.2
3.2
3.2
3.2
3.2
3.2
4.4
4.4
4.4
4.4
4.4
4.4
7.6
7.6
7.6
7.6
7.6
7.6
9.2
9.2
9.2
9.2
9.2
9.2
9.2
9.2
9.2
9.2
9.2
9.2

blocking position, for other


blocking positions, dim. E
lengthens accordingly.

 The Lmax dimensions can be

lengthened to 2400mm, on
reduction of the permissible
center load by 5% per 100mm
extension.

 When selecting the constant


hanger trapeze the weight of
the U-profiles and the clamp
base weight must be added
to the operating load.

 Max. permissible loads:


Emergency (HZ) at 80C
= Calibration load x 1.33
Faulted condition (HS)
at 150C = Calibration
load x 1.66
Max. blocking load at 80C
= Calibration load x 1.5

Order details:
trapeze type 79 .. ..
L = mm
marking:
calibration load: kN
of the support point
trave: mm up/down
blocking position
(as required): mm
1.22

Constant hanger trapezes


Type 79

Constant hanger trapezes


types 79 D2 15 to 79 96 15
This design of trapeze is
used if the standard design
type 79 .2 34 does not fit
due to extremely restricted
installation space. The trapezes are supplied bolted
ex works.

G
D

L
A

 X = min. engagement depth


+ 300mm engagement
possibility.

 Dimension L and dimension


Z are to be stated when
ordering.

 Dimension E and dimension


C 0mm in blocking position,
in other blocking positions E
and C lengthen accordingly.

 When selecting the constant


hanger trapeze its total weight
and the clamp base weight
must be added to the operating load.

 The Lmax dimensions can be


lengthened to 2400mm on
load reduction by 5% per
100mm extension.

Order details:
trapeze type 79 .. ..
L = mm
Z = mm
marking:
calibration load: kN
of the support point
travel: mm up/down
blocking position
(as required): mm
1.23

type

Amax

79 D2 15
79 D3 15
79 12 15
79 13 15
79 22 15
79 23 15
79 32 15
79 33 15
79 34 13
79 35 13
79 42 15
79 43 15
79 44 13
79 45 13
79 52 15
79 53 15
79 54 15
79 55 15
79 62 15
79 63 15
79 64 15
79 65 15
79 66 15
79 72 15
79 73 15
79 74 15
79 75 15
79 76 15
79 82 15
79 83 15
79 84 15
79 85 15
79 86 15
79 92 15
79 93 15
79 94 15
79 95 15
79 96 15

1210
1230
1930
1930
1960
1960
2170
2170
2170
2170
2185
2185
2185
2190
2330
2330
2330
2330
2375
2375
2375
2375
2380
2400
2400
2400
2405
2405
2420
2420
2420
2420
2425
2450
2450
2450
2455
2455

325
435
515
545
575
590
605
650
700
775
640
710
750
805
740
860
895
1005
895
985
1015
1055
1315
970
1040
1200
1360
1475
1015
1145
1310
1400
1460
1065
1295
1440
1455
1505

C
365
560
390
660
400
665
410
695
960
1240
465
765
1040
1285
500
800
1135
1435
590
935
1320
1665
2065
655
990
1420
1755
2195
755
1190
1695
2135
2635
820
1250
1795
2220
2760

D
110
130
130
130
160
160
170
170
185
190
185
185
185
190
230
230
230
230
275
275
275
275
280
300
300
300
305
305
320
320
320
320
325
350
350
350
355
355

E

Lmax

X

180
245
235
380
240
355
235
370
560
735
190
415
625
685
275
420
660
845
315
480
815
1085
1265
320
560
820
1020
1275
380
650
1015
1275
1545
430
665
1055
1395
1680

15
15
30
30
30
30
45
45
45
45
55
55
55
55
65
65
65
65
70
70
70
70
70
85
85
85
85
85
95
95
95
95
95
100
100
100
100
100

1100
1100
1800
1800
1800
1800
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2100
2100
2100
2100
2100
2100
2100
2100
2100
2100
2100
2100
2100
2100
2100
2100
2100
2100
2100
2100
2100
2100
2100
2100

15
15
15
15
15
15
20
20
20
20
25
25
25
25
30
30
30
30
35
35
35
35
35
45
45
45
45
45
50
50
50
50
50
60
60
60
60
60

total weight weight change


[kg] L=1000  [kg/m] 
30
48
61
81
74
103
104
137
174
255
153
199
253
370
230
318
408
528
384
486
650
798
1120
549
688
941
1296
1600
746
959
1263
1715
2190
908
1207
1625
1997
2530

6.6
6.6
23.8
23.8
23.8
23.8
36.4
36.4
36.4
36.4
44.0
44.0
44.0
44.0
50.6
50.6
50.6
58.8
66.4
66.4
66.4
66.4
66.4
83.6
83.6
92.4
92.4
92.4
119.0
119.0
119.0
119.0
119.0
119.0
119.0
119.0
119.0
119.0

Heavy duty constant supports


Type 16

Heavy duty constant support


types 16 82 29 to 16 93 49

B
D
C

E
H
P

A
L

N
F

Z
B1

M
A1
33

type 
A A1
16 82 29 860 640
16 83 29 990 640
16 92 29 910 740
16 93 29 1140 740
16 82 39 860 640
16 83 39 990 640
16 92 39 910 740
16 93 39 1140 740
16 82 49 860 640
16 83 49 990 640
16 92 49 910 740
16 93 49 1140 740

B
635
635
695
695
935
935
1025
1025
1235
1235
1355
1355

B1
580
580
630
630
880
880
960
960
1180
1180
1290
1290

C
500
500
570
570
800
800
900
900
1100
1100
1230
1230

D
555
555
605
605
855
855
935
935
1155
1155
1265
1265

E
1120
1855
1190
1915
1120
1855
1190
1915
1120
1855
1190
1915

E
1132
1867
1202
1927
1132
1867
1202
1927
1132
1867
1202
1927

F
120
120
140
140
120
120
140
140
120
120
140
140

H
585
715
630
785
585
715
630
785
585
715
630
785

K
300
755
320
745
300
755
320
745
300
755
320
745

L
200
200
240
240
200
200
240
240
200
200
240
240

M
490
490
570
570
490
490
570
570
490
490
570
570

N
300
300
330
330
300
300
330
330
300
300
330
330

50
215
50
250
50
215
50
250
50
215
50
250

330
340
350
355
330
340
350
355
330
340
350
355

15
15
20
20
15
15
20
20
15
15
20
20

15
15
20
20
15
15
20
20
15
15
20
20

300
300
330
330
600
600
660
660
900
900
990
990

weight
[kg]
635
920
805
1165
965
1395
1220
1765
1295
1865
1635
2365

 Dimension E in blocking position right


at top in other blocking positions E
shortens accordingly and allows for
adjustment of + 60mm.

 Dimension E for constant supports


according to E , which are addit-

 Type 16 is supplied with a corrosionprotected load plate as standard.


When using a slide plate up to 180C
operating temperature, the type number in the 6th digit is to be replaced
by a 7 (e.g. 16 82 27), or up to 350C
by a 6 (e.g. 16 82 26).

E

ionally fitted with a slide plate (friction


value of the slide plates see p. 7.11).

Load plate with integrated slide plate

Order details:
constant support
type 16 .. ..
marking:
calibration load: kN
travel: mm up/down
blocking position
(as required): mm
slide plate (as required):

1.24

Servohangers
Type 17
Under certain conditions,
pipe systems or other
components are restricted
in their thermal displacement through friction or
other influences, despite
the use of spring and constant hangers or constant
supports. In such cases
servohangers can actively
overcome the restriction.

Application
In standard cases, the weight of the pipe systems
is practically in equilibrium with the calibration
load of the constant hangers and constant
supports. The sum of the deviations occurring
and the additional stresses in the piping due to
this then remain within the permissible harmless range.
In certain cases, the sum of the deviations
occurring can also exceed a permissible level
and considerably reduce the life of the piping
systems or their connections (in the creep
strength range) in the form of additional secondary stresses.
Deviations can arise through:

 pipe statics that are not always readily


determinable
 practical deviations from the theoretically
planned load distribution
A combination of deviations can cumulatively
reach significant levels. These deviations have a
particularly negative effect in flexible, soft pipe
systems. Vertical expansion can be obstructed
or even completely suppressed here, even with
relatively slight individual deviations.
Apart from the additional loads caused, impermissible sagging can result, due to spring
hysteresis in the pressure-stressed system, with
a reversed incline. In addition to possible creep
rupture, in the event of an incorrectly positioned
incline, dangerous water hammer can occur.

 wall thickness tolerances of the piping, if


these are not weighed extra and the weight
In such cases it would be advisable to suppledifferences taken into account
ment the passively reacting constant hangers
 insulation weights not determinable
with the active LISEGA servohangers.
in advance
 mechanical friction and production tolerances
for constant hangers (permissible +/ 5%)
 spring relaxation

Typical cases of application for


LISEGA servohangers
boi
ler
cen
ter

ine
turb

original cold position

hot position

new cold position

without servohangers (diagram


on left) the pipe system remains
in the hot position
with servohangers (diagram on
right) the pipe system shifts to
its specified positions

1.25

boi
ler
cen
ter

ine
turb

Through use of the hydraulic servo support


the pipe system can now be repositioned to
the specified elevation.

Design and mode of operation


The type 11 constant hanger forms the basis
for the servohanger. To overcome load differences it is additionally fitted with an auxiliary
hydraulic device that can exert an active
supplementary force in both directions (servo
support).

For theoretical (temp.) / actual (travel) deviations a tolerance range can be set. If the
deviation is outside these values, the control
switches off automatically.

Manual switch-off
For any maintenance work required on the
system or the boiler, the servo support can
be switched on or off manually.

Design sizes
Load Groups 5 (FN 20kN) to 9 (FN 100kN) with
travel ranges 2 (150mm) and 3 (300mm) are
considered standard. For other cases, special
designs can be supplied.

Servohanger switch cabinet

Operating instructions
Installation and commissioning instructions, as
well as servicing recommendations, are included
in the scope of supply.

 For this, see also selection


table constant hangers,
pp. 1.13 and 1.14.

 2 = travel range 2
3 = travel range 3

In standard cases, the temperature of the pipe


system to be supported is used as a control
parameter. The temperature in each case is
transformed electronically into the corresponding travel position. In the theoretical / actual
comparison procedure, the control ensures
a regulated approach to the actual vertical
elevation position.

servohanger
type 
17 5. 15
17 6. 15
17 7. 15
17 8. 15
17 9. 15

nom. load
FN [kN]
20
40
60
80
100

set load 
[kN]
8 20
16 40
24 60
32 80
40 100

load-dependent travel 
travel range 2 travel range 3
[mm]
[mm]
75 150
150 300
75 150
150 300
75 150
150 300
75 150
150 300
75 150
150 300

supplementary
servo power [kN]
 8
 20
 20
 20
 20

Electrohydraulic control
The hydraulic unit and the control are located
separately from each other in a separate switch
cabinet situated near the servohanger (max.
distance 16m).

hydr.
control

electr.
control

The hydraulic pistons for control of the movement are located in the load tube of the
constant hanger.

Safety switch
The electrohydraulic control is so designed that
in the event of an operational breakdown (e.g.
power loss) only the servo support is lost, but
the unit will continue to function effectively as
a constant hanger.
Function chart

1.26

Installation and operating instructions


Types 11, 12-14, 18, 19
1 Transport and storage
During transport, care must be taken that connecting threads, stops and load adjustment bolts
are not damaged. When storing in the open air,
the supports must be protected from dirt and
water.















2 Delivery condition
stop
If not otherwise agreed, LISEGA constant hangguide bolt
ers are set to the desired cold load position
name plate
red marking for
hot position
retaining screw with

washer for stop (after


deblocking)


travel scale

blocking strip

indicator for

calibration load
load scale

load adjustment screw
load tube


inspection hole for


min. engagement depth
Constant hanger type 11
lock nut

(installation condition) and blocked. The adjustment values can be read off the load and travel
scale as well as the name plate.
On the travel scale the theoretical hot position
is marked with a red sticker and the theoretical
cold position with a white one. The order load
set at the delivery inspection is permanently
marked on the load scale with an X.





Low profile constant hanger type 18

adjustment
spindle






Constant support type 19



















support brackets

ball bushing
adjustment spindle

Travel scale with


cold/warm marking




Coupled constant hanger type 12-14

Load scale with indicator

1.27








Angulating constant support type 19





ball
bushing

type 79
traverse
type 71
support
bearing
type 11
constant
hanger

type 66 tie rod


type 61 threaded
clevis with pin
type 60 eye nut
type 67 stud bolt

Stamped on the plate are:


type
serial number
LISEGA order number
calibration load
inspector
travel
ident. number

Connections type 11 C3 .. - 11 96 ..
(single cell hangers)
The upper connection is designed as an inner
thread with limited engagement depth. The
lower connection is designed as a spherical lock
nut pivotable in all directions by min. 4. The
connection threads are greased and sealed with
plastic caps.

Min. engagement depth X


of upper connection (see selection table type 11, p. 1.15)

Name plate with stamped operating data









steel construction onsite


(bolted or welded)

Constant hanger type 11 (seated)


These constant hangers for all load sizes can be
directly seated. They can also be supplied with
serial support brackets type 71 which, depending
on the order specifications, can be connected
and bolted via precision-fit boreholes at works
or on site. The base plates of the support brackets can be welded to the contact surface. On
request, support brackets with slot holes for
bolting can be supplied.

Inspection
hole

Min. engagement depth of


connection rod in load tube

When connecting to the connecting rods, care


must be taken that the lower rod is screwed
into the lock nut at least to the inspection hole. Connections type 18
A further engagement depth of at least 300mm The upper connection is designed as a yoke
plate and the lower one as a spherical lock
is available.
nut, pivotable in all directions by min. 4. The
connection threads are greased and sealed
Connections type 12 82 ..- 14 96 ..
with plastic caps.

(heavy duty)

The upper connection is designed as a yoke


plate. The lower connection is also designed as
a yoke plate and fastened to the spherical lock
nuts of the individual constant hanger cells,
whereby pivoting of min. 4 is possible. The
connection threads are greased and sealed with
plastic caps.

Connections type 19
The upper connections of the constant supports
are fitted either with a load plate or slide plate
to reduce friction from lateral displacement,
or with a ball-joint lug for angulating constant
supports. The lower connections are therefore
either a pedestal or a lug. During welding work
at the pedestal the components inside constant
supports must be protected.

1.28

Transport lock type 12 82 .. 14 96 ..


(heavy duty)
Coupled constant hangers are supplied with a
transport locking device (retaining rod, washer,
retaining nut).

B) The connecting rods are to be installed vertically for the purpose of better inspection.
A controlled angled position in operating condition is thereby permitted.
At all events, uniform specifications for the
whole installation should exist.
The connecting rods and points are to be
force-fitted.

Type 11 C3 .. 11 96 ..
(single cell hanger)

cold position

For installation of the constant hangers, transport lugs or other assembly devices can be
screwed into the threaded holes on the sides.
After deblocking of the hanger (see point 4)
the stops are to be screwed on here for safe
keeping. For constant hangers with support
brackets type 71 the hangers are fitted with
transport lugs instead of the upper connection
these can also store the stops.

warm position
1 Retaining rod
2 Washer
3 Retaining nut

Rods vertical during plant


operation

Transport lock
type 12 82 .. 14 96 ..

The transport lock is loosened only on completion of hanger installation and at the same
time as the removal of the blocking plates.

warm position

cold position

Rods vertical in installation


condition

For this, the retaining nut marked in red is removed at the lower end with a socket wrench.
Both parts (retaining rod and nut) are to be
stored in the same place as the stops. When
making the force-fit connection, care must be
taken that the lower yoke plate is screwed
into the lock nuts at least up to the inspection
hole. The installation dimension of the lower
yoke plate can be lengthened with the lock
nuts by 250mm or shortened by 70mm.

3 Installation of the constant hangers


When installing, the specifications of the
installation instructions for pipe systems must
be followed. Special attention must thereby be
paid to the desired installation position of the
suspension rods throughout the whole support
chain. There are two possibilities here:
A) The connecting rods are to be installed at
an angle according to the expected horizontal
displacement in the pipe system. A perpendicular position is hereby anticipated in operating
condition.
1.29

Constant hangers
types 12 82 .. 14 96 ..
For installation of the hangers, the side openings
of the upper yoke plate can be used for hooking
on. For hangers with support brackets, the upper
yoke plate is replaced by a transport lug.

4 Deblocking
Requirements
The correct deblocking of the constant hangers
in accordance with the following instructions is
crucial for the subsequent faultless functioning
of the pipe systems.
The stops are to be removed, as far as possible,
immediately before commissioning.
The stops must be removed as a matter of
principle in a systematic way, one after the
other, beginning at a fixed point or connection
point.
The whole system should be inspected beforehand according to point 3 of these installation
instructions.
Actual and theoretical condition
When it has been ensured that all connections
are firmly force-fitted, the suspended weight is
completely taken up by the constant hangers or
supports.

If the weight load agrees with the calibration


load and the piping system shows no sign of
stress, then the planned equilibrium has been
achieved. The blocking plates can be easily
removed.
In practice however, slight stresses in the piping
systems and hence resulting load shifting can
hardly be avoided.
In the same way, the loads, which are usually
determined theoretically, can show larger tolerances. As a result, the deviations can lead (according to under- or over-load) to corresponding
jamming of the blocking bolt in the lower or
upper section of the blocking plate.
Procedure
The blocking devices are removed when the
guide bolt is free. The calibration load is made
up of the old load and the extra weight of the
hanger components suspended. If the guide
bolt is lying at the top or the bottom, the load
adjustment must be adapted before deblocking
(see point 5, load correction):
When removing the stops, care must be taken
that only the outer lock ring is loosened.

In cases of requirement, e.g. for revisions, the


hangers or supports can be blocked again in
any position. For this, the stops are placed
on the guide bolts and secured. The devices
are firmly screwed to the side of the constant
hanger body in types 11 to 14.
Load distribution
Under no circumstances should the stops be
removed by force!
By loosening or tightening the connecting rods
with a few turns of the lock nut in the case
of constant hangers, or corresponding adjustment of the support tube for constant supports,
stresses in the pipe system can be compensated for and the guide bolt is then free.
The geometrical position of the pipe system
must not be altered when balancing stresses!
As later adjustment at one point can cause a
renewed slight shift at another, the procedure
must be repeated if necessary at different points.
For clear control it is recommended that, as a
matter of principle, the stops should only be
removed when all the guide bolts are free.

5 Load correction type 11, 12-14


Load correction is necessary if the calibration
load(set at the LISEGA facility) deviates from the
weight actually applied. In this case, with LISEGA
hangers the calibration load can also be adjusted
in the installed condition.

Blocked condition

 Dismantling of the outer lock


ring and blocking device

outer lock ring

a) Bolt is free:
Calibration load of the constant
hangers agrees with the weight
applied. Blocking plate can be
removed.

b) Bolt lies at bottom:


Calibration load of constant
hanger is smaller than weight
applied. Loosen connecting rod
or increase calibration load.

c) Bolt lies on top:


Calibration load of constant
hanger is larger than weight
applied. Tighten connecting rod
or decrease calibration load.

It should thereby be taken into account that for


load increases the remaining travel is shorter.
In most cases this is not critical, due to the
travel and load reserves available. For safety
reasons this should be checked with the catalog
data. Any changes in the installation dimension
caused by load corrections must be compensated for within the load chain.
Procedure:
1) Loosen of both load adjustment screws.

 Assembly of the

1)

 Completed:
deblocked condition

1.30

2) Screw in or screw out alternately the two


load adjustment screws, by a turn in each
case. The base plate of the load tube and
the lower edge of the constant hanger body
must thereby remain parallel.

2)

The procedure is completed as soon as


the guide bolt no longer lies at the top or
the bottom of the stop. If, for constant
hangers of higher load groups, the necessary adjustment forces are too big and
manual adjustment is not possible, auxiliary
devices must be used (see point 6, auxiliary
devices).

6 Auxiliary devices
Tightening or loosening of the connecting
rods, as well as load calibration, can be performed manually on all hangers. For hangers in the higher load groups this work can
require a great deal of effort due to the higher
load calibration.
To facilitate the work, an auxiliary device can
be made available with which a hydraulic load
take-up using a handpump can be effected. It
is operated by LISEGA personnel.

3) Tighten the lock nuts of the load adjustment


screws. Now deblocking can continue.

3)

Load correction types 18, 19


By way of the adjusting screws  the length of
the lever of the leverage arm is altered on the
left and right respectively.
On load adjustment the working travel
remains unaltered.

Procedure:
1) Unlock tab washer.
2) Turn adjusting screws equally on both
sides until the guide bolt is free.
3) Secure adjusting screws against twisting
by locking the tab washers.

Blocking device bolted


to front side

1.31

Installation device, used to


relieve the adjustment screws

Installation device, used


to relieve the blocking

7 Inspection and maintenance


The flawless functioning of the constant hangers
and supports can be checked in every operating
situation by examining the position of the guide
bolt.
Under normal operating conditions, maintenance
is not required.

2
PRODUCT
GROUP

Spring hangers,
spring supports

Spring hangers,
spring supports

Spring hangers,
spring supports
Contents

Page

Field of application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.1


Overview of spring hangers and spring supports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.3
Selection overview, spring components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.5
Selection tables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.7
Spring hangers type 21 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.7
Heavy duty spring hangers type 22 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.8

2
0
1
PRODUCT
GROUP

Spring hangers type 25 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.9


Heavy duty spring hangers type 26 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.10
Spring support type 29 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.11
Heavy duty spring supports type 28 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.12
Angulating spring supports type 20 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.13
Spring hanger trapezes type 79 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.14
Sway brace type 27 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.15
Telescoping spring supports type 29 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.17
Installation and operating instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.19

3
4
5
6
7
8
9
2.0

Field of application
To avoid constraints in the
system, thermal expansion
in high-temperature piping
must not be restricted. The
piping must therefore be
supported in a correspondingly elastic manner.

Spring components
To balance slight vertical displacement in the
pipe systems, spring components are used as
supports. These components function on the
basis of preset helical coil springs which exert
a variable supporting load over the range of
movement in accordance with their specified
spring characteristics. Load variations resulting
from this are limited through the stress analysis
calculations, depending on the sensitivity of the
piping.

As standard practice, the permissible force deviation between cold position (blocking position)
and hot position should not exceed 25 % in
relation to the hot load.
Moreover, as a rule constant hangers/supports
are used that maintain a constant hanger/support force over the whole displacement range.

Selection of spring hangers

The reaction force depends on the spring rate


(stiffness) of the respective coil springs. The
The relevant basis for the function of the spring change in force from cold to hot position results
components is specified in the current guidelines from the displacement. The greater the spring
(see technical specifications p. 0.5).
rate, the greater the change in load and accordingly the reaction force in the pipe system. For
LISEGA spring hangers and supports optimum selection of spring hangers and supA range of spring component designs are availa- ports, LISEGA has divided the load ranges into
ble for optimum adaptation to the various struc- 5 travel ranges.
tural requirements. The ideal choice depends on
Details of their application can be found in the
the installation situation.
selection table (see pp. 2.5 and 2.6), in the
installation and operating instructions (p. 2.19)
Spring hangers and supports are as a rule
and the technical specifications (p. 0.3).
calibrated in such a way that the spring force
and pipe load are the same in the cold position
(see p. 0.5). The corresponding hot load position Load setting and blocking
results from the theoretical pipe displacement
Spring hangers and supports are preset at the
(travel) and the spring rate.
factory to the cold or blocking load and blocked
in both directions of movement. This enables
The difference in force between hot and cold
installation of the support in the designated
positions acts on the pipe system as a reacinstallation space without time-consuming later
tion force and is limited by the relevant design
adjustments.
specifications. Further information can be found
on p. 0.5.
In addition, the supplementary loads arising
through pickling, flushing or pressure testing
are held by the blocking devices.

2.1

cold and hot positions are shown on the


travel scale by white and red marking
respectively

the blocking devices have continuously


variable settings and can be applied again
in any position

Special advantages of
LISEGA spring hangers
axis of symmetry

The user can profit from a wide range of


special benefits with LISEGA spring hangers.

Significant savings are possible, particularly


with regard to ancillary labor-intensive support costs such as planning, installation and
operation.

1
4
9
3
5

No welding (types 20, 21, 27).

Fully galvanized surfaces.

For heavy duty designs: coated surfaces.

7
8
Spring hanger
type 21

axis of symmetry

The hot or cold position is marked on the travel


scale (white and red arrow).

Fully adjustable blocking system.

On the spring hangers, the preset values


are noted on the riveted name plate.

Special pre-relaxed springs with a CPP


(cataphoretic painting process) finish prevent
any significant loss in load capacity.

Integrated connecting elements.

Variable connection possibilities within the


load group selected and the possibility of
later adjustment for load setting.

The theoretical hot position (operating position)


is marked on the travel scale (red arrow).

Five travel ranges from 0 to 400mm,


4
2

load group C to load group 9


Three travel ranges from 0 to 200mm,
load group 10 to load group 50.

Load application free of moments by


3
9
6
5

covering the load and symmetry axis.

Favorable power-to-weight-ratios for reduced


assembly weights.

Modular system simplifies selection


(load groups and travel ranges).

Flexible installation configurations using


7
8
Spring hanger
type 22

standardized components.

Secure connection of load chains through the


load and connection compatibility of system
components.

2.2

Overview of types
Spring hangers and spring supports
0.04 100kN

Spring hanger type 21

Heavy duty design 53 400kN

Spring hanger type 21

Spring hanger type 22

This design is the most commonly


used and is fitted with an upper
connection for suspension. It is
used where the surrounding structure offers a suitable connection
point and sufficient installation
space. The upper connections
can be universally adapted to the
existing conditions using standard
components.

This design corresponds


functionally to type 21
and is available for
higher loads up to 400kN.

Spring hanger type 25

Spring hanger type 25

Spring support type 29

Spring hanger type 26

This version is used especially if


the permissible deflection of a
support chain when using type
21 was exceeded or if, due to
shortage of space, a type 21
spring hanger cannot be
installed. The connection is
made by a rod fed through the
hanger.

This design corresponds


functionally to the seated spring hanger type 25
and is available for higher
loads up to 400kN.

Spring support type 29

Spring support
type 28

If the surrounding conditions


do not permit suspensions, this
design offers a suitable alternative as a support. For larger
horizontal displacements of the
support-bearing load and of
steel/steel slide plate contact,
under certain circumstances the
functioning of the support can be
adversely affected by any lateral forces generated. It
is recommended to avoid this risk by using LISEGA
slide plates. In this case the counter plate must have
a stainless steel surface and if necessary be fitted
with a twist restraint.

This design corresponds


functionally to spring
support type 29 and is
available for higher loads
up to 400kN. Here too,
LISEGA sliding components can be used as
an option.

Angulating spring support type 20


In contrast to the type 29 spring supports, lateral displacements can be absorbed
practically free of friction forces by this design. This way, resulting forces in all
planes, both in vertical as well as horizontal directions of movement, are almost
completely eliminated.

Angulating spring support


type 20

2.3

The angulating spring supports are fitted on one side with an adjustable load tube
and a rotating ball bushing joint and on the other with a fixed ball bushing joint.
The joints provide the appropriate connection to the type 35 weld-on brackets and
the dynamic clamps in product group 3.

Sway braces type 27


These special components act in compression
and tension directions and are used to stabilize
the position of pipe systems and other plant
equipment. The connection components correspond with those in product group 3 (dynamic
components).
With the LISEGA sway braces type 27 the
following settings can be made:




load pre-tensioning
installation dimensions
free stroke

Add-on components
Slide plate for spring
supports type 29/28
To reduce friction between
the load plate and mating
component (e.g. clamp base),
PTFE sliding materials (up to 180C) or suitable
material for higher temperatures are used. The
counter component should in this case have a
stainless steel sliding surface. The selection of
slide plates can be found on p. 2.11.

Extension for spring


support type 29
To bridge larger installation
heights, adapted extensions
can be ordered (see p. 2.11).

Spring hanger trapezes type 79


These commonly used components combine
the advantages of the spring hanger with the
easy-to-install, weld-free plug-in trapezes. For
restricted spaces the spring hanger trapezes can
be supplied as special welded designs.

Base plate for spring


hanger type 25
If required, type 25 can be
supplied with the base plate
type 27 for bolting or welding.
A selection can be found on
p. 2.9.

Telescopic spring supports type 29 .. 2.

2
Spring support type 29 .. 2.
(telescopic)

Sway brace type 27


angled arrangement

Sway brace type 27


simple arrangement

E dimension

As a special design of type 29 these telescoping


spring supports are used for lower E dimensions.
They are fitted as standard with a PFTE slide plate.
standard spring support
type 29 .. 1.

telescoping spring support


type 29 .. 2.

load
Extended field of application with telescopic spring support 29 .. 2.

2.4

Selection overview,
spring components
Selection criteria for spring
hangers and supports
Permissible force variation

Spring rates

Design type

The permissible force variation from cold


load (installation load) to hot load (operating load) is limited internationally by the
common specifications for pipe system
calculations to max 25% of the operating
load. In principle however, it is dependent on the pipe system calculations.

In order to offer the largest possible


field of application while at the same
time complying with these specifications,
LISEGA spring components are divided
into 5 travel ranges with correspondingly
different spring rates.

The choice of a suitable design type is


dependent on the respective support configuration and/or installation conditions.

Extra-long springs

Maximum travel
To avoid functional variations through
instability from springs with long travel,
maximum travel of 50mm should not, as
a rule, be exceeded.

Economical size
The following selection procedures can be
followed to determine the most economical component size:

Travel ranges 4 and 5 belong to the


extra-long spring travel category and
should only be used after careful consideration of the travel and variability,
especially in sensitive, soft pipe systems.

Spring hangers type 21, spring hangers type 25 for seating, spring supports type 29, angulating spring supports type 20
travel range 

1..
0
2.5
5.0
7.5
10.0
12.5
15.0
17.5
20.0
22.5
25.0
27.5
30.0
32.5
35.0
37.5
40.0
42.5
45.0
47.5
50.0

2..
spring
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
55
60
65
70
75
80
85
90
95
100

3.. 4..
travel [mm]
0
0
10
15
20
30
30
45
40
60
50
75
60
90
70
105
80
120
90
135
100
150
110
165
120
180
130
195
140
210
150
225
160
240
170
255
180
270
190
285
200
300

type designation

5..
0
20
40
60
80
100
120
140
160
180
200
220
240
260
280
300
320
340
360
380
400

21 C2 19 21
25
29 C2 19 29
20
0.04
0.05
0.06
0.07
0.08
0.09
0.10
0.11
0.12
0.13
0.14
0.16
0.17
0.18
0.19
0.20
0.21
0.22
0.23
0.24
0.25

2.1

D.
D.
D.
D.

19
19
19
19

0.12
0.14
0.16
0.18
0.20
0.22
0.24
0.26
0.28
0.30
0.32
0.34
0.36
0.38
0.40
0.42
0.44
0.46
0.48
0.50
0.52

2.1
4.1
8.3

21
25
29
20

1.
1.
1.
1.

18
18
18
14

0.41
0.45
0.50
0.54
0.58
0.62
0.66
0.70
0.75
0.79
0.83
0.87
0.91
0.95
1.00
1.04
1.08
1.12
1.16
1.20
1.25

4.1
8.3
16.6

21
25
29
20

2.
2.
2.
2.

18
18
18
14

0.83
0.91
1.00
1.08
1.16
1.25
1.33
1.41
1.50
1.58
1.66
1.75
1.83
1.91
2.00
2.08
2.16
2.25
2.33
2.41
2.50

8.3
16.6
33.3

21
25
29
20

3.
3.
3.
3.

18
18
18
14

21 4. 18 21 5. 18
25 4. 18 25 5. 18
29 4. 18 29 5. 18
20 4. 14 20 5. 14
load [kN]
1.66
3.33
6.66
1.83
3.66
7.33
2.00
4.00
8.00
2.16
4.33
8.66
2.33
4.66
9.33
2.50
5.00
10.00
2.66
5.33
10.66
2.83
5.66
11.33
3.00
6.00
12.00
3.16
6.33
12.66
3.33
6.66
13.33
3.50
7.00
14.00
3.66
7.33
14.66
3.83
7.66
15.33
4.00
8.00
16.00
4.16
8.33
16.66
4.33
8.66
17.33
4.50
9.00
18.00
4.66
9.33
18.66
4.83
9.66
19.33
5.00
10.00
20.00
spring rate c [N/mm]
33.3
11.1
22.2
44.4
16.6
33.3
66.6
33.3
66.6
133.3
66.6
133.3
266.6

In cases where a smaller E dimension than that of type 29 ..1. is required,


we recommend the use of telescopic spring support type 29 .. 2. (see p. 2.17).
2.5

21
25
29
20

6.
6.
6.
6.

18
18
18
14

21
25
29
20

7.
7.
7.
7.

18
18
18
14

21
25
29
20

8.
8.
8.
8.

18
18
18
14

21
25
29
20

9.
9.
9.
9.

18
18
18
14

13.33
14.66
16.00
17.33
18.66
20.00
21.33
22.66
24.00
25.33
26.66
28.00
29.33
30.66
32.00
33.33
34.66
36.00
37.33
38.66
40.00

20.00
22.00
24.00
26.00
28.00
30.00
32.00
34.00
36.00
38.00
40.00
42.00
44.00
46.00
48.00
50.00
52.00
54.00
56.00
58.00
60.00

26.66
29.33
32.00
34.66
37.33
40.00
42.66
45.33
48.00
50.66
53.33
56.00
58.66
61.33
64.00
66.66
69.33
72.00
74.66
77.33
80.00

33.33
36.66
40.00
43.33
46.66
50.00
53.33
56.66
60.00
63.33
66.66
70.00
73.33
76.66
80.00
83.33
86.66
90.00
93.33
96.66
100.00

66.6
88.9
133.3
266.6
533.3

100.0
133.3
200.0
400.0
800.0

133.3
177.8
266.6
533.3
1066.6

166.6
222.2
333.3
666.6
1333.3

Determination of the most favorable size


2. Determination force variation
(percentage)

1. Selection of the most favorable


spring hanger/support

Example:

Example:
Operating load
Permissible deviation
Travel (upwards)

F = 6000N
p  25%
s = 15mm

6000N operating load, working travel


15mm (upwards), a spring hanger
type 25 42 18 with a spring rate of
c = 66.6 N/mm was selected:

The max. permissible spring rate produces:


Spring rate 

c

(permissible deviation)  (operating load)


(working travel)

0.25  6000N 100N/mm


=
15mm

Selection type
Spring rate

25 42 18
c = 66.6N/mm

Cold load

FK= 7000N

Change in force =

F =

(working travel)  (spring rate)


(operating load)

15mm 66.6N/mm
= 0.1665
6000N

F [%] = 16.65%

Spring hangers type 22, spring hangers type 26 for seating, spring supports type 28
travel range 

1..
0
2.5
5.0
7.5
10.0
12.5
15.0
17.5
20.0
22.5
25.0
27.5
30.0
32.5
35.0
37.5
40.0
42.5
45.0
47.5
50.0

2..
spring travel [mm]
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
55
60
65
70
75
80
85
90
95
100

 Travel range = 4th digit of

type designation

3..

22 1. 19
26 1. 19
28 1. 19

0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
110
120
130
140
150
160
170
180
190
200

53.33
58.66
64.00
69.33
74.66
80.00
85.33
90.66
96.00
101.33
106.66
112.00
117.33
122.66
128.00
133.33
138.66
144.00
149.33
154.66
160.00
533.3
1066.6
2133.3

22 2. 19
26 2. 19
28 2. 19

22 3. 19
22 4. 19
26 3. 19
26 4. 19
28 3. 19
28 4. 19
load [kN]
66.66
80.00
100.00
73.33
88.00
110.00
80.00
96.00
120.00
86.66
104.00
130.00
93.33
112.00
140.00
100.00
120.00
150.00
106.66
128.00
160.00
113.33
136.00
170.00
120.00
144.00
180.00
126.66
152.00
190.00
133.33
160.00
200.00
140.00
168.00
210.00
146.66
176.00
220.00
153.33
184.00
230.00
160.00
192.00
240.00
166.66
200.00
250.00
173.33
208.00
260.00
180.00
216.00
270.00
186.66
224.00
280.00
193.33
232.00
290.00
200.00
240.00
300.00
spring rate c [N/mm]
666.6
800
1000
1333.3
1600
2000
2666.6
3200
4000

22 5. 19
26 5. 19
28 5. 19
133.33
146.66
160.00
173.33
186.66
200.00
213.33
226.66
240.00
253.33
266.66
280.00
293.33
306.66
320.00
333.33
346.66
360.00
373.33
386.66
400.00

type designation.
For the availability of the
different travel ranges, see
dimension tables on pp. 2.7
to 2.17.

 The use of springs with extra-long travel is to be treated


with reservation due to the
relatively large spring hysteresis.

1333.3
2666.6
5333.3

2.6

Spring hangers
Type 21
d2

SW

Spring hanger
type 21 C2 19 to 21 95 18
Standard design,
delivery from stock.

SW

d2
A

 Dimension E increases on
loading by the corresponding
spring travel (see load table
on p. 2.5).

In restricted spaces the spring


hangers can be used with type 79
trapezes (see p. 2.14).

Order details:
spring hangers type 21 .. ..
marking:
set load: kN
travel: mm up/down
2.7

type

d2

E

21 C2 19
21 D2 19
21 D3 19
21 11 18
21 12 18
21 13 18
21 21 18
21 22 18
21 23 18
21 31 18
21 32 18
21 33 18
21 34 18
21 41 18
21 42 18
21 43 18
21 44 18
21 51 18
21 52 18
21 53 18
21 54 18
21 55 18
21 61 18
21 62 18
21 63 18
21 64 18
21 65 18
21 71 18
21 72 18
21 73 18
21 74 18
21 75 18
21 81 18
21 82 18
21 83 18
21 84 18
21 85 18
21 91 18
21 92 18
21 93 18
21 94 18
21 95 18

80
90
90
90
90
90
115
115
115
115
115
115
115
155
155
155
155
180
180
180
180
180
220
220
220
220
220
245
245
245
245
245
245
245
245
245
245
275
275
275
275
275

11
11
11
11
11
11
12
12
12
13
13
13
13
17
17
17
17
21
21
21
21
21
24
24
24
24
24
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
36
36
36
36
36

M10
M10
M10
M12
M12
M12
M12
M12
M12
M16
M16
M16
M16
M20
M20
M20
M20
M24
M24
M24
M24
M24
M30
M30
M30
M30
M30
M36
M36
M36
M36
M36
M42
M42
M42
M42
M42
M48
M48
M48
M48
M48

205
250
475
155
250
475
155
255
475
160
255
475
840
185
290
525
920
215
305
540
1035
1275
245
360
640
1205
1490
280
405
675
1300
1575
305
470
845
1430
1810
330
505
870
1515
1885

SW

weight [kg]

205
245
470
145
245
470
150
250
460
155
250
470
725
180
290
525
800
215
305
540
825
1065
245
360
640
980
1265
285
410
680
1070
1345
320
485
860
1330
1710
355
530
895
1395
1765

19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
24
24
24
24
30
30
30
30
36
36
36
36
36
46
46
46
46
46
55
55
55
55
55
65
65
65
65
65
75
75
75
75
75

15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
20
20
20
20
25
25
25
25
30
30
30
30
30
35
35
35
35
35
45
45
45
45
45
50
50
50
50
50
60
60
60
60
60

1.9
3.0
5.0
2.1
3.1
5.5
3.8
5.3
8.6
4.3
6.0
9.7
14.0
9.2
12.8
20.0
29.0
16.5
20.5
32.0
46.0
57.0
31.0
40.0
62.0
90.0
114.0
48.0
63.0
89.0
133.0
160.0
58.0
80.0
126.0
182.0
228.0
84.0
111.0
164.0
243.0
296.0

Heavy duty spring hangers


Type 22
d3

Spring hangers
type 22 11 19 to 22 53 19

blocking device

SW2

SW1
d2
A

type
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22
22

11
12
13
21
22
23
31
32
33
41
42
43
51
52
53

19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19

d2

d3

525
525
525
545
545
545
590
590
590
625
625
625
645
645
645

80
80
80
95
95
95
95
95
95
115
115
115
140
140
140

60
60
60
70
70
70
75
75
75
80
80
80
90
90
90

M56x4
M56x4
M56x4
M64x4
M64x4
M64x4
M68x4
M68x4
M68x4
M72x4
M72x4
M72x4
M80x4
M80x4
M80x4

62
62
62
72
72
72
72
72
72
82
82
82
92
92
92

E

SW1

SW2

weight
[kg]

440
560
840
475
595
875
490
610
890
555
685
955
630
800
1175

350
470
750
370
490
770
385
505
785
430
560
830
480
650
1025

90
90
90
105
105
105
105
105
105
120
120
120
135
135
135

30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
35
35
35
35
35
35

85
85
85
95
95
95
100
100
100
105
105
105
115
115
115

46
46
46
46
46
46
46
46
46
55
55
55
65
65
65

65
65
65
75
75
75
80
80
80
85
85
85
95
95
95

240
270
340
285
320
410
360
405
510
455
515
625
550
655
865

 Dimension E increases on
loading by the corresponding
spring travel (see load table
on p. 2.6).

Spring hanger type 22 with weldon clevis type 73 mounted

Spring hanger type 22 with


threaded clevis type 61 mounted
Typical installation situations

Order details:
spring hangers type 22 .. ..
marking:
set load: kN
travel: mm up/down
2.8

Spring hangers
Type 25
Spring hangers for seating
type 25 D2 19 to 25 93 18
Standard design,
delivery from stock.







d4

d2
A

d6

If required, the base plate


type 72 can be attached
to type 25.

C
B

type
72 D9 28
72 19 28
72 29 28
72 39 28
72 49 28
72 59 28
72 69 28
72 79 28
72 89 28
72 99 28

B
125
125
150
150
190
220
260
290
290
340

C
95
95
115
115
140
170
200
215
215
255

d6
12
12
14
14
18
18
23
23
27
33

E [kg]
8 1.0
8 1.0
10 1.6
12 1.8
12 3.0
12 4.0
15 6.9
20 10.9
20 10.9
25 18.2

load group

type

B

d2

d4

Xmax 

weight [kg]

25 D2 19
25 D3 19
25 11 18
25 12 18
25 13 18
25 21 18
25 22 18
25 23 18
25 31 18
25 32 18
25 33 18
25 41 18
25 42 18
25 43 18
25 51 18
25 52 18
25 53 18
25 61 18
25 62 18
25 63 18
25 71 18
25 72 18
25 73 18
25 81 18
25 82 18
25 83 18
25 91 18
25 92 18
25 93 18

90
90
90
90
90
115
115
115
115
115
115
155
155
155
180
180
180
220
220
220
245
245
245
245
245
245
275
275
275

350
675
200
350
675
205
355
665
210
355
675
230
395
730
265
405
740
300
465
845
350
530
900
385
605
1075
415
645
1110

M10
M10
M12
M12
M12
M12
M12
M12
M16
M16
M16
M20
M20
M20
M24
M24
M24
M30
M30
M30
M36
M36
M36
M42
M42
M42
M48
M48
M48

13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
18
18
18
25
25
25
28
28
28
34
34
34
40
40
40
47
47
47
54
54
54

245
470
145
245
470
150
250
460
155
250
470
180
290
525
215
305
540
245
360
640
300
430
700
335
500
875
370
545
910

380
705
230
380
705
235
385
695
250
395
715
280
445
780
325
465
800
375
540
920
440
620
990
495
715
1185
535
765
1230

2.8
4.9
2.1
3.1
5.5
3.5
5.1
8.4
3.7
5.3
8.9
8.0
11.5
18.6
14.5
18.0
29.0
26.0
35.0
56.0
40.0
53.0
79.0
44.0
66.0
111.0
67.0
92.0
143.0

 Dimensions B and X are reduced on


loading by the corresponding spring
travel (see load table on p. 2.5).

Order details:
spring hangers type 25 .. ..
marking:
set load: kN
travel: mm up/down
2.9

For special applications,


e.g. in extremely restricted
spaces, spring hangers
type 25 can be supplied
as a trapeze unit.

Heavy duty spring hangers


Type 26

Spring hangers for seating


type 26 11 19 to 26 53 19

d4

blocking device

SW

d2
A

26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26

type

B

d2

d4

SW

Xmax 

weight [kg]

11
12
13
21
22
23
31
32
33
41
42
43
51
52
53

510
510
510
560
560
560
610
610
610
610
610
610
610
610
610

395
565
945
405
575
955
420
590
970
470
650
1025
530
750
1220

M56x4
M56x4
M56x4
M64x4
M64x4
M64x4
M68x4
M68x4
M68x4
M72x4
M72x4
M72x4
M80x4
M80x4
M80x4

60
60
60
70
70
70
70
70
70
80
80
80
90
90
90

345
465
745
355
475
755
370
490
770
420
550
825
480
650
1020

46
46
46
46
46
46
46
46
46
55
55
55
65
65
65

530
700
1080
560
730
1110
585
755
1135
645
825
1200
725
945
1415

205
235
310
265
300
390
345
390
490
395
450
555
465
545
725

19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19

 Dimensions B and X are


reduced on loading by the
corresponding spring travel
(see load table on p. 2.6).

Spring assemblies as special


design for use on a power
station boiler.

Order details:
spring hangers type 26
marking:
set load: kN
travel: mm up/down
2.10

Spring supports
Type 29
D



Spring supports
type 29 C2 19 to 29 93 18
Standard design,
delivery from stock.

L1

d6

When using slide plates the


sliding surfaces of the counter
component used should be
fitted with stainless steel
plating. This is indicated by
the suffix SP on the type
designation (e.g. clamp
base type 49 22 25-SP).
type 29* with
slide plate
up to 180C up to 350C
29 C2 17 29 C2 16
29 D. 17
29 D. 16
29 1. 17
29 1. 16
29 2. 17
29 2. 16
29 3. 17
29 3. 16
29 4. 17
29 4. 16
29 5. 17
29 5. 16
29 6. 17
29 6. 16
29 7. 17
29 7. 16
29 8. 17
29 8. 16
29 9. 17
29 9. 16

L1

40
40
40
40
40
65
65
110
110
150
150

* friction values of the sliding


components, see table on p. 7.11.

For large horizontal load


displacements, beside the
use of slide plates the
use of clamp bases with
twist-off restraints is also
recommended.
Order details:
spring supports type 29 .. ..
marking:
set load: kN
travel: mm up/down
2.11

d6

E

weight
[kg]

29 C2 19
29 D1 19
29 D2 19
29 D3 19
29 11 18
29 12 18
29 13 18
29 21 18
29 22 18
29 23 18
29 31 18
29 32 18
29 33 18
29 41 18
29 42 18
29 43 18
29 51 18
29 52 18
29 53 18
29 61 18
29 62 18
29 63 18
29 71 18
29 72 18
29 73 18
29 81 18
29 82 18
29 83 18
29 91 18
29 92 18
29 93 18

80
90
90
90
90
90
90
115
115
115
115
115
115
155
155
155
180
180
180
220
220
220
245
245
245
245
245
245
275
275
275

105
125
125
125
125
125
125
150
150
150
150
150
150
190
190
190
220
220
220
260
260
260
290
290
290
290
290
290
340
340
340

75
95
95
95
95
95
95
115
115
115
115
115
115
140
140
140
170
170
170
200
200
200
215
215
215
215
215
215
255
255
255

10
12
12
12
12
12
12
14
14
14
14
14
14
18
18
18
18
18
18
23
23
23
23
23
23
27
27
27
33
33
33

270
195
305
550
195
305
550
200
310
540
205
310
550
240
360
615
270
370
625
305
430
730
360
500
790
400
575
965
440
625
1010

36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
36
48
48
48
50
50
50
50
50
50
52
52
52
55
55
55
60
60
60

210
145
245
470
145
245
470
150
250
460
155
250
470
180
290
525
210
300
535
245
360
640
300
425
695
335
500
870
370
545
910

80
80
80
80
80
80
80
100
100
100
100
100
100
120
120
120
150
150
150
170
170
170
200
200
200
200
200
200
240
240
240

6
8
8
8
8
8
8
10
10
10
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
15
15
15
20
20
20
20
20
20
25
25
25

2.6
3.2
4.3
6.6
3.4
4.6
7.2
5.6
7.6
11.1
6.3
8.4
13.0
11.9
16.0
25.0
20.0
24.3
37.0
34.0
44.0
68.0
53.0
68.0
97.0
60.0
84.0
133.0
91.0
118.0
173.0

To bridge greater installation


heights, adapted extensions
can be ordered.

 Dimension E is independent of
the load adjustment; it changes on
loading by the respective spring
travel (see load table on p. 2.5).
Adjustment possibility + 30mm.

 Type 29 is supplied as standard


with a galvanized load plate without a slide plate. If slide plates are
used, the E dimension increases
by 2.5mm. Please note table
above. See also p. 7.12.

Load plate with integrated


slide plate.

typ e 

type 29 .9 15-E
load group

Heavy duty spring supports


Type 28

Spring support
type 28 11 19 to 28 53 19

blocking device



L2
L1

SW

d6

type 
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
28

11
12
13
21
22
23
31
32
33
41
42
43
51
52
53

19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19

d6

E

SW

weight
[kg]

510
510
510
560
560
560
610
610
610
610
610
610
610
610
610

530
530
530
580
580
580
630
630
630
630
630
630
630
630
630

440
440
440
490
490
490
530
530
530
530
530
530
530
530
530

420
420
420
420
420
420
450
450
450
450
450
450
480
480
480

33
33
33
33
33
33
33
33
33
39
39
39
39
39
39

405
535
835
450
585
880
460
595
890
505
685
1075
560
750
1135

60
60
60
65
65
65
65
65
65
70
70
70
75
75
75

330
450
730
370
500
775
380
510
785
425
595
965
475
655
1020

25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
30
30
30
35
35
35

46
46
46
46
46
46
46
46
46
55
55
55
65
65
65

230
260
360
310
350
460
380
430
555
440
520
740
495
580
785

When slide plates are used,


the sliding surfaces of the
clamp base used should be
fitted with stainless steel
plating. This is indicated by
the suffix SP in the type
designation (e.g. clamp
base type 49 97 14-SP).

 Dimension E is independent
of the load adjustment; it
changes on loading by the
respective spring travel (see
load table p. 2.6). Adjustment
possibility + 30mm.

 Type 28 is supplied as standard with a coated load plate


without slide plate. When
slide plates are used, the E
dimension increases by 2mm.
Please note following tables.
type 28* with
slide plate
up to 180C
28 1. 17
28 2. 17
28 3. 17
28 4. 17
28 5. 17
type 28* with
slide plate
up to 350C
28 1. 16
28 2. 16
28 3. 16
28 4. 16
28 5. 16

L1

L2

80
80
110
110
150

300
300
310
310
300

L1

L2

80
80
110
110
150

300
300
310
310
300

* friction values of slide plates,


see table on p. 7.11.

Typical application

Order details:
spring supports type 28 .. ..
marking: ...
set load: kN
travel: mm up/down
2.12

Angulating spring supports


Type 20

E

 d3

Angulating spring supports


type 20 D2 19 to 20 93 14
Standard design,
delivery from stock.

6
SG

G R

 Dimension E is independent

of the load adjustment and


changes on loading by the
respective spring travel (see
load table p. 2.5). Adjustment
possibility + 50mm.

 Connection possibilities: see


bolt diameter of weld-on
brackets type 35 or dynamic
clamps in product group 3.

Order details:
angulating spring support
type 20 .. ..
marking:
set load: kN
travel: mm up/down

E +87.5
37.5

A+50

Installation extensions for


angulating spring supports
type 20 D9 19 to 20 99 14

type

20 D2 19
20 D3 19
20 12 14
20 13 14
20 22 14
20 23 14
20 32 14
20 33 14
20 42 14
20 43 14
20 52 14
20 53 14
20 62 14
20 63 14
20 72 14
20 73 14
20 82 14
20 83 14
20 92 14
20 93 14

90
90
90
90
115
115
115
115
155
155
180
180
220
220
245
245
245
245
275
275

d3

E

SG

weight
[kg]

10
10
10
10
12
12
15
15
15
15
20
20
20
20
30
30
30
30
50
50

370
615
370
615
380
615
390
645
440
700
470
730
535
835
650
940
735
1125
815
1200

45
45
45
45
50
50
58
58
58
58
65
65
65
65
100
100
100
100
130
130

15
15
15
15
19
19
21
21
21
21
31
31
31
31
50
50
52
52
62
62

260
485
260
485
260
475
260
495
300
540
315
555
370
655
430
700
505
875
550
910

15
15
15
15
20
20
23
23
23
23
30
30
30
30
45
45
45
45
60
60

9
9
9
9
10
10
12
12
12
12
16
16
16
16
22
22
22
22
35
35

4
7
4
8
7
11
7
12
15
25
24
37
45
69
70
101
87
139
120
182

min. engagement depth

d3

L37.5

type

 Installation dimensions
 E max with load reduction
possible. Shorter L dimensions
can be supplied, but then
without adjustment possibility
of 37.5mm.

Order details:
extension for angulating
spring support type 20 .9 ..
L dimension: mm
2.13

20 D9 19
20 D9 19
20 19 14
20 19 14
20 29 14
20 29 14
20 39 14
20 39 14
20 49 14
20 49 14
20 59 14
20 59 14
20 69 14
20 69 14
20 79 14
20 79 14
20 89 14
20 89 14
20 99 14
20 99 14

for type A+50

20 D2 19 325 42
20 D3 19 570 42
20 12 14 325 42
20 13 14 570 42
20 22 14 330 48
20 23 14 565 48
20 32 14 332 60
20 33 14 587 60
20 42 14 382 60
20 43 14 642 60
20 52 14 405 76
20 53 14 665 76
20 62 14 470 76
20 63 14 770 76
20 72 14 550 89
20 73 14 840 89
20 82 14 635 89
20 83 14 1025 89
20 92 14 685 102
20 93 14 1070 102

d3

10
10
10
10
12
12
15
15
15
15
20
20
20
20
30
30
30
30
50
50

L37.5
87.5
87.5
E + 37.5
min E + 37.5
max min 
525
770
525
770
535
770
547
802
597
857
675
935
740
1040
835
1125
920
1310
1015
1400

1220
1220
1220
1220
1465
1465
1460
1460
1460
1460
1950
1950
1950
1950
1925
1925
2425
2425
2410
2410

200
200
200
200
205
205
215
215
215
215
270
270
270
270
285
285
285
285
330
330

L37.5
max
895
650
895
650
1135
900
1128
873
1078
818
1545
1285
1480
1180
1375
1085
1790
1400
1725
1340

weld-on
bracket 
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35

29
29
29
29
39
39
49
49
49
49
59
59
59
59
69
69
69
69
79
79

13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19

weight
for Lmin [kg] pipe [kg/m]
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.3
1.3
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
8.0
8.0
8.0
8.0
10.6
10.6
10.6
10.6
16.5
16.5

3.8
3.8
3.8
3.8
4.4
4.4
8.4
8.4
8.4
8.4
14.6
14.6
14.6
14.6
21.1
21.1
21.1
21.1
30.6
30.6

Spring hanger trapezes


Type 79

Spring hanger trapezes


(bolted version)
type 79 D. 19 to 79 9. 19

L
X

d2

 The 4th digit of the type designation refers to the travel range
of the spring hanger 1=50mm,
2=100mm, 3=200mm.

E 50 

 Permissible center loading of

the other load cases, see table


4.4.1, p. 0.6 (nominal load
120kN, see load group 9).

 The E dimension increases on

type
79
79
79
79
79
79
79
79
79
79
79
79
79
79
79
79

D.19
1. 19
2. 19
3. 19
3. 19
4. 19
4. 19
5. 19
5. 19
6. 19
6. 19
7. 19
7. 19
8. 19
8. 19
9. 19

nominal
load
[kN]  d2 Lmax
1.04
2.5
5
10
10
20
20
40
40
80
80
120
120
160
160
200

M10
M12
M12
M16
M16
M20
M20
M24
M24
M30
M30
M36
M36
M42
M42
M48

1700
1700
1700
900
1800
1400
1800
1250
1800
1250
2400
1800
2400
1200
1800
1800

E
for travel range
1
2
3

290
290
315
300
345
345
405
390
445
435
505
500
560
555
610

385
385
390
410
395
450
450
495
480
560
550
630
625
725
720
785

610
610
610
630
615
685
685
730
715
840
830
900
895
1100
1095
1150

80
80
80
80
120
120
140
140
180
200
260
260
300
260
300
300

90
90
115
115
115
155
155
180
180
220
220
245
245
245
245
275

140
140
140
140
190
190
200
200
230
250
310
310
350
310
350
350

15
15
15
20
20
25
25
30
30
35
35
45
45
50
50
60

d2

weight [kg] L=1000mm  per


for travel range  100mm
[kg]
1
2
3

24
28
29
41
53
61
77
93
138
174
214
245
242
273
335

26
26
31
32
45
60
68
85
101
156
192
244
275
286
317
390

30
31
37
39
52
74
82
108
124
200
236
296
327
378
410
495

1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
2.7
2.7
3.2
3.2
4.4
5.1
7.6
7.6
9.2
7.6
9.2
9.2

travel range 

E dim. approx. 

1
2
3

30
55
105

loading by the corresponding


spring travel (see load table
on p. 2.5).

 The Lmax dimensions can be

lengthened by up to 2400mm
on reduction of the permissible
center loading by 5% per
100mm extension.

 When selecting the spring


hanger trapeze the weight of
the U profiles and the clamp
base weight must be added to
the operating load.

 When selecting the spring


hanger trapeze, its total
weight and the weight of the
clamp bases must be added
to the operating load.

Order details:
spring hanger trapeze type 79 .. 19
L = mm, marking: ,
set load: kN
travel: mm up/down
Spring hanger trapezes
(welded version)
type 79 D. 11 to 79 9. 11

  see above.

type

nominal
load
[kN] 

d2

Lmax

79 D.11
79 1. 11
79 2. 11
79 3. 11
79 4. 11
79 5. 11
79 6. 11
79 7. 11
79 8. 11
79 9. 11

1.04
2.5
5
10
20
40
80
120
160
200

M10
M12
M12
M16
M20
M24
M30
M36
M42
M48

1400
1400
1600
1600
1750
2100
2100
2100
2150
2200

80
100
100
100
120
160
200
240
260
280

weight [kg] L=1000mm


for travel range 
1
2
3

19
26
27
41
68
110
159
186
243

16
21
29
30
48
76
128
189
230
297

20
26
35
38
63
99
172
241
322
403

 per
100mm
[kg]
1.1
1.6
2.0
2.0
2.7
4.3
6.1
8.3
9.3
10.3

In restricted spaces this


version can be supplied
as a special design.
Order details:
spring hanger trapeze type 79 .. 11
L = mm, marking:
set load: kN
travel: mm up/down

2.14

Sway braces
Type 27
Sway braces
type 27 D2 19 to 27 62 19

The maximum working


travel including free stroke
amounts to 25mm

d3
load adjustment

 Load adjustment is made

ex works acc. to customer


specifications.

C37.5

 The E dimension is independent of the load adjustment;


adjustment possibility
37.5mm

6
SG

adjustment
free stroke

min. engagement depth

 Connection possibilities: see


bolt diameter of weld-on
brackets type 35 or dynamic
clamps in Product Group 3.

type

Order details:
sway brace type 27 .2 19
marking:
set load: kN
travel: mm up/down

nominal set load  [kN] spring rate


d3
load [kN]
min
max [N/mm] A C37.5  E 

27 D2 19 0.52
27 12 19 1.25
27 22 19 2.50
27 32 19 5.00
27 42 19 10.00
27 52 19 20.00
27 62 19 40.00

0.12
0.41
0.83
1.66
3.33
6.66
13.33

0.42
1.04
2.08
4.16
8.33
16.66
33.33

4.1
8.3
16.6
33.3
66.6
133.3
266.6

90
90
90
90
115
90
115
90
155
90
180 100
220 100

Extension for sway brace


type 27 D9 19 to 27 69 19

SG

50
50
50
55
55
75
75

295
295
300
305
355
380
445

15
15
19
21
21
30
30

9
9
10
12
12
16
16

weld-on bracket weight


type 
[kg]
35
35
35
35
35
35
35

29
29
39
49
49
59
59

13
13
13
13
13
19
19

5.5
5.8
10.0
11.0
23.0
39.0
62.0

L37.5 

A 37.5

min. engagement depth

 Installation dimensions

2.15

If required, sway braces can


be supplied with installation
extensions mounted at the
factory.

Order details:
extension for sway brace
type 27 .9 19
L dimension: mm

640
640
650
665
730
810
875

E 75
d3

 Emax on load reduction


possible. Shorter L dimensions
can be supplied, but then
without adjustment possibility
of 37.5mm.

10
10
12
15
15
20
20

type
27
27
27
27
27
27
27

D9 19
19 19
29 19
39 19
49 19
59 19
69 19

A37.5

590
590
600
610
675
735
800

42
42
48
60
60
76
76

d3

min

10
10
12
15
15
20
20

790
790
805
825
890
1005
1070

E75

max

L37.5 
min
max

1600
1600
2000
2000
2000
2400
2400

200
200
205
215
215
270
270

1010
1010
1400
1390
1325
1665
1600

weight
for Lmin [kg] pipe [kg/m]
1.1
1.1
1.3
2.5
2.5
8.0
8.0

3.8
3.8
4.4
8.4
8.4
14.6
14.6

tension




nominal load

min. load

max. set load

strength

Function diagram

25

25








travel [mm]

compression

 upper ball
bushing joint
 lock nut
 lock nut
 guide pipe
 threaded pipe
 lock nut
 guide rod
 type plate with
travel scale
 travel scale
 lower ball
bushing joint
 spring plate
 spring

Load and installation length


are adjustable for the respective requirements (see
installation and operating
instructions).

For LISEGA sway braces a


free stroke of 0 25mm can
be set. The travel is reduced
in compression and tension
directions in accordance with
the free stroke selected.

free stroke
load adjustment

compression force

neutral position

tension force

Load transmission on
alternating force direction

2.16

Telescopic spring supports


Type 29
Spring supports, telescopic
type 29 D1 27 to 29 93 27

D
L1

 slide plate

As a special design of type


29 the telescopic spring
supports are used for small
E dimensions.

d6

The sliding surfaces of the


clamp bases used should
be fitted with stainless steel
plating. This is indicated by
the suffix SP in the type
designation (e.g. clamp
base type 49 22 25-SP).

 The telescopic spring support


is fitted as standard with a
load plate with a PTFE slide
plate. If required, this type
can also be supplied with a
high-temperature slide plate.
The 6th digit of the type designation denotes the design:
7 for standard design with
PTFE slide plate (up to 180C)
6 for design with high-temperature slide plate (up to 350C).
For friction values of sliding components see table on p. 7.11.

 The E dimension depends on


the load setting; it changes
on loading by the respective
spring travel. Adjustment
possibility + 20mm.

Order details:
spring support type 29 .. 2.
marking:
set load: kN
travel: mm up/down
2.17

adjustment load [kN] min. load [kN]


x 1000
spring rate [N/mm]

E [mm] = E on min. load [mm]

type 

29 D1 2.
29 D2 2.
29 D3 2.
29 11 2.
29 12 2.
29 13 2.
29 21 2.
29 22 2.
29 23 2.
29 31 2.
29 32 2.
29 33 2.
29 41 2.
29 42 2.
29 43 2.
29 51 2.
29 52 2.
29 53 2.
29 61 2.
29 62 2.
29 63 2.
29 71 2.
29 72 2.
29 73 2.
29 81 2.
29 82 2.
29 83 2.
29 91 2.
29 92 2.
29 93 2.

130
130
130
130
130
130
155
155
155
155
155
155
195
195
195
220
220
220
275
275
275
300
300
300
300
300
300
325
325
325

155
155
155
155
155
155
180
180
180
180
180
180
220
220
220
245
245
245
305
305
305
330
330
330
330
330
330
370
370
370

125
125
125
125
125
125
145
145
145
145
145
145
180
180
180
200
200
200
245
245
245
265
265
265
270
270
270
295
295
295

d6

L1

80
80
80
80
80
80
100
100
100
100
100
100
120
120
120
150
150
150
170
170
170
200
200
200
200
200
200
245
245
245

12
12
12
12
12
12
14
14
14
14
14
14
18
18
18
18
18
18
23
23
23
23
23
23
27
27
27
33
33
33

40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
65
65
65
65
65
65
110
110
110
110
110
110
150
150
150
150
150
150

8
8
8
8
8
8
10
10
10
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
18
18
18
20
20
20
22
22
22
25
25
25

E on min. E on max. min. load max. load spring rate weight


load 
load 
[kN]
[kN]
[N/mm]
[kg]
210
310
535
210
310
530
215
315
525
220
320
540
235
335
560
260
370
590
300
410
675
325
435
675
360
500
835
400
555
875

170
230
375
170
230
370
175
235
365
180
240
380
195
255
400
220
290
430
260
330
515
295
375
555
335
450
735
375
505
775

0.20
0.20
0.20
0.58
0.58
0.58
1.16
1.16
1.16
2.33
2.33
2.33
4.66
4.66
4.66
9.33
9.33
9.33
18.66
18.66
18.66
36.00
36.00
36.00
53.33
53.33
53.33
66.66
66.66
66.66

0.52
0.52
0.52
1.25
1.25
1.25
2.5
2.5
2.5
5
5
5
10
10
10
20
20
20
40
40
40
60
60
60
80
80
80
100
100
100

8.3
4.1
2.1
16.6
8.3
4.1
33.3
16.6
8.3
66.6
33.3
16.6
133.3
66.6
33.3
266.6
133.3
66.6
533.3
266.6
133.3
800
400
200
1066.6
533.3
266.6
1333.3
666.6
333.3

5.0
6.5
9.5
5.5
7.0
10.0
8.0
10.5
15.0
8.5
11.0
16.5
15.0
20.0
29.0
24.0
30.0
43.0
44.0
53.0
80.0
63.0
76.0
105.0
71.0
91.0
142.0
96.0
124.0
181.0

2.18

Installation and operating instructions


Types 21, 22, 25, 26, 29, 28, 20, 27










upper connection
travel scale
blocking device
name plate
lower connection
spring plate
cover plate
securing strap
support tube

1 Transport and storage


When transporting, care must be taken that
connecting threads and blocking devices are not
damaged. When storing in the open air the hangers must be protected from water and dirt.

2 Delivery condition
If not agreed otherwise, LISEGA spring hangers
are set and blocked at the desired cold position
(installation condition). Special blocking devices
fix the spring plates in both directions. The adjustment values can be read off the travel scale or
name plate.
Stamped on the name plate are:


Spring hanger
type 21

type 22






type number and if required


serial number
set load and spring rate
operating load and travel
marking and commission number
inspector

On the travel scale the theoretical hot position is


marked with a red sticker and the theoretical cold
one with a white one. In addition the position of
the spring plate on the travel scale is stamped
with an X. The reading is made at the lower
edge of the spring plate (at the upper edge for
trapezes type 79 .. 11). The production number
is stamped on the body of the spring hanger.
Spring hanger
type 25

type 26

Depending on the connection the spring hangers


are fitted at the top with an inner right-hand
thread, a lug for connecting bolts or a fixed
support tube. The threads are greased and sealed
with plastic caps. Depending on the design, the
lower connection is fitted with a right-hand thread
(turnbuckle) or, as with type 25/26, consists of a
support tube for the connecting rod.
The spring supports types 28/29 are equipped
with an adjustable support tube with a loosely
seated but guided load plate. In delivery condition the support tube is screwed in and the
thread greased.

3 Installation
On installation, the specifications in the installation instructions for the piping systems should
also be observed, especially the desired installation position of the connecting rods over the
whole load chain. There are two possibilities:
Name plate for spring hangers

2.19









Spring hanger type 21
(blocked)








Spring hanger type 25


(blocked)








Spring hanger type 22
(blocked)








Spring hanger type 26


(blocked)









Spring support type 29
(blocked)








A) The connecting rods are to be installed at an


angle to correspond to the expected horizontal
displacement of the pipe systems. A perpendicular
position in operating condition is to be hereby
expected.

 load plate or ball


bushing joint at top
 travel scale
 stop
 name plate
 base plate or ball
bushing joint at bottom
Hot position
Cold position
 spring plate
 cover plate
 securing strap
 lock nut
Rods vertical during plant operation
 lock nut
 guide tube
B) The connecting rods are to be installed
 threaded tube
vertically for better controllability. A controlled
 lock nut
angled position is thereby permitted in operating  guide rod
conditions.


Spring support type 28
(blocked)

hot position

cold position









Angulating spring support
type 20 (blocked)













Sway brace type 27

Spring support type 29


Rods vertical in installation condition

Uniform specifications should at all events apply


for the whole plant.
The connecting rods and points must be connected by force-fitting. Attention must be paid to
the minimum engagement depth of the threaded
components.
Installation of types 21, 22
The force-fit connection for type 21 is produced
by screwing the connecting rods into the upper
and lower connection threads. The lower connection thread is designed as a turnbuckle. Type
22 has a bolt-lug upper connection. For tightening and length regulation the turnbuckle length
available in the spring hanger in each case can
be used.
Installation types 25, 26
Spring hangers types 25 and 26 are placed
on the existing steelwork and correspondingly
aligned. The position aligned is to be fixed
against horizontal displacement. The force-fit
connection is produced via the connecting rod,
which is fed through the support tube and tightened and locked with two nuts.

Spring support type 28

Angulating spring support


type 20

Sway brace
type 27 angled
arrangement

Sway brace
type 27 simple
arrangement

2.20

minimum
engagement
depth

minimum
engagement
depth

Minimum engagement depth of


threaded rods by example of
type 21

The blocking for spring hangers


and spring supports types 21,
25, 29 and 20 consist of sheet
metal lamellas adjustable to any
desired load position. Up to 3
blocking devices can be inserted
into a spring hanger.

Installation of types 28, 29


The spring supports 28 and 29, after corresponding alignment, are attached by welding or bolting
the base plate to the building structure. The load
distribution is applied through the load plate and
an adjustable support tube (type 29), or several
adjustable ones (type 28). To balance installation tolerances the support tubes may be further
screwed out only to a maximum of 30mm. The
instructions on p. 7.12 are to be followed for the
correct installation of the slide plates.
Installation of type 20
The angulating spring supports are fitted at the
top with an adjustable ball bushing joint and at
the bottom with a fixed ball bushing joint or an
extension suitable for connection to a weld-on
bracket type 35 or to the dynamic clamps type 36
or 37. After alignment of the angulating spring support the lower weld-on bracket is attached to the
surrounding structure (see installation instructions
for weld-on brackets type 35). The load distribution
is applied through the upper bolt connection (weldon bracket or dynamic clamp) to the height-adjustable support tube. To balance installation length
tolerances the support tube may be further screwed
out only by a maximum of 50mm.
Installation of type 27
The sway braces are fitted at the top with an
adjustable ball bushing joint and at the bottom
with a fixed ball bushing joint or an extension
suitable for connection to a weld-on bracket
type 35 or to the dynamic clamp type 36 or
37. The load presetting, and if necessary the
free stroke, are adjusted at works according to
customer specifications. After alignment of the
connection points the welding of the weld-on
brackets and the connection of the connection
bolts of the brackets or dynamic clamps types
36/37 are carried out. The adjustable ball bushing joints permit regulation of the installation
height by 37.5mm.

Procedures for types 21, 25, 29, 20


Removal of the securing strap:
The securing strap is removed with an appropriate tool. Great care must be taken that the free
ends of the metal strap do not snap upwards in
an uncontrolled way.
Removal of the blocking devices:

The device is removed from the casing.

When removing the blocking devices, proceed


as a matter of principle in a systematic way,
step by step, beginning with a fixed point or
connection point. Never remove the devices by
force!
Storage of blocking devices:

4 Deblocking
The spring hangers/supports may only be deblocked when the set load is fully applied on all
the supports making up a support system. If this
is the case the blocking devices can be easily
removed. If the devices are jammed, the load actually applied does not agree with the theoretical
setting (see point 5, load correction).

2.21

Type 29 with blocking devices attached

Removed blocking devices must either be stored Type 21, 22


Load adjustment can be carried out by loosening
separately or, for really safe keeping, placed in
the optional LISEGA storage racks on the hanger. or tightening the turnbuckle.
securing clamp

fixing screw

Type 25, 26
Load adjustment can be made by loosening or
tightening the load nut.
Type 20, 28, 29
Load adjustment can be made by adjusting the
support tube of the spring supports.

If the blocking devices are found to be missing,


e.g. at revisions, they can be supplied by LISEGA Load correction and adjustment
of the free stroke, type 27
at short notice.
Load adjustment is made by rotating the outer
threaded tube (A). For this, loosen the large lock
Procedure for types 22, 26, 28
nut (B). To maintain the E dimension the play
Removal of blocking devices:
thereby created must be balanced by readjusting
the guide tube (C).

A free stroke can be set for the LISEGA sway


braces. For this, the guide tube (C) opposite the
inner guide rod (D) must be correspondingly
screwed out (loosen middle lock nut (E)). The
working travel is reduced in the direction of
compression according to the free stroke selected.
D


C

The blocking devices of types 22,


26 and 28 consist of threaded
studs and nuts by means of
which any load setting desired
can be carried out.

hydraulic
cylinder

The blocking devices are removed from the casing.

Storage of blocking devices:


Removed blocking devices must either be stored
separately or, insofar as sufficient space is available and freedom of movement for the spring
plate is allowed, screwed to the cover plate.

hydraulic
cylinder

B


A



E

6 Auxiliary devices
To facilitate load adjustment or deblocking, an
auxiliary installation device can be supplied for
the higher load groups. The load transfer is then
taken up by means of a hydraulic pump. This is
operated by LISEGA technicians.

hydraulic cylinder (2 units)

7 Inspection and maintenance


The flawless functioning of the spring hangers
can be checked in every operating situation by
noting the position of the spring plate.

5 Load correction
Before every load adjustment, under all circumstances the technical department responsible
must be consulted.

Under normal operating conditions no maintenance is required.

2.22

3
PRODUCT
GROUP

Snubbers, rigid struts, energy absorbers,


viscoelastic dampers, dynamic clamps

Snubbers, rigid struts, energy


absorbers, viscoelastic dampers,
dynamic clamps

Snubbers, rigid struts, energy


absorbers, viscoelastic dampers,
dynamic clamps
Contents

Page

Field of application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.1


Main products . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.2
Instructions on use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.3
Snubbers type 30, 31 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.4
Design features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.5
Mode of operation and function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.7
Function tests . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.8

3
0
1
2

Operational behavior . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.9


Permissible loading . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.10
Rigid struts type 39 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.11

PRODUCT
GROUP

Mode of operation and function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.11


Energy absorbers type 32 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.12
Mode of operation and function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.12
Viscoelastic dampers type 3D . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.13
Mode of operation and function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.13
Pipe whip restraints type 3R . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.14
Dynamic clamps type 34, 36, 37 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.15
Mode of operation and function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.15
Dynamic clamps type 34 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.17
Selection tables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.19
Snubbers type 30 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.19
Snubbers type 31 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.20
Installation extensions type 33 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.21

4
5
6
7

Weld-on brackets type 35 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.22


Energy absorbers type 32 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.23
Viscoelastic dampers type 3D . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.25
Rigid struts type 39 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.27
Dynamic clamps type 36, 37 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.29
Shear lugs type 3 L . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.44
Installation and operating instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.45

8
9
3.0

Field of application
To avoid unacceptable
stresses and moments in
the piping systems, unplanned deflections in the
piping or other plant components must be prevented.
Thermal displacement must,
however, not be obstructed!

Dynamic events

Components in product group 3

Whenever unplanned dynamic events occur, the


support components in LISEGA product group 3
have the task of protecting the piping or other
affected parts from damage.

For the absorption and transfer of dynamic load


cases, specially designed supports are required.
With product group 3, LISEGA provides a complete system in which all fields of application
are covered by the corresponding ideal component. In this way the implementation of optimum
concepts is possible for the user.

The unwanted jolting displacement of plant


components can be caused by:
A. Internal events, for example:






start-up / shut-down
pressure impacts from valve operations
water hammer
boiler detonations
pipe rupture

LISEGA product group 3 includes the following


main products:






Snubbers, types 30 and 31


Rigid struts, type 39
Energy absorbers, type 32
Viscoelastic dampers, type 3D
Pipe whip restraints

B. External events, for example:







wind loads
seismic events
aircraft crashes
explosions

Components affected can be:









pipe systems
pumps
valve assemblies
pressure vessels
steam generators
boilers, heat exchangers

For proper implementation of the main


components a complete range of connection possibilities is available:





Installation extensions, type 33


Weld-on brackets, type 35
Dynamic clamps, types 36 and 37
Dynamic riser clamps, type 34

The component connections are designed


to be compatible with the LISEGA modular
system and are subject to uniform calculation criteria. A table of permissible loads
can be found on p. 0.6 of the technical
specifications.
The stress analyses forming the basis correspond to the international guidelines and
codes and are additionally supported by
practical experiments and testing.
Design Report Summaries according to
ASME III NF are available.

Diagram of an operating basis (O.E.B.)

3.1

Main products
Snubbers type 30, 31
The use of snubbers is preferred in thermally operating plant components. In a dynamic
event, snubbers provide an instantaneous,
fixed, practically rigid connection between the
component to be secured and the surrounding
structure. In this way the dynamic energy from
abrupt displacement can at once be transmitted and harmlessly dissipated. The thermal
displacements during routine operation are not
restricted.

3
s

Stroke

Rigid struts type 39

If operational displacements have to be restricted, e.g. in zero crossings, rigid struts are used.
These components form rigid connections from
connection point to connection point and do
not permit movement of any kind in the axial
direction. As they are fitted with articulated
bearings they permit slight lateral displacement.

rigid

Energy absorbers type 32

If only minor operational displacement is expected at the load application point, energy absorbers can be used. These components allow slight
movements limited in the end positions by an
adjustable gap. Any components affected are
protected from overloading because, due to the
design, the dynamic energy applied is transformed into plastic deformation of the absorber.

free stroke
(adjustable)

Viscoelastic dampers type 3D

Dynamic loads from mechanical, hydrodynamic


or other external events can seriously damage
plant components and pipe systems. Viscoelastic dampers can absorb these vibrations
and load peaks. A highly viscous fluid thereby
absorbs the kinetic energy and so dampens any
vibrations.

dissipated
energy
s

sb
(working stroke)

Pipe whip restraints are a specially designed


pipe supports. In the event of a bursting
pipe system, they will transform the suddenly
released kinetic energy into plastic deformation
and hold the pipe in a safe position. Any overloading of the steelwork is thereby prevented.

tension

Pipe whip restraints

dissipated
energy
elongation

3.2

Instructions on use
The components in product group 3 are dynamically stressed. When using them, the following
points must be observed for their effective
functioning:
1. In the conception of dynamic fixed points the
rigidity of the whole system, i.e. of all components in the support chain, must be taken into
account.

type 35

type 35
type 33

type 37
type 39

type 30

type 30

type 33

2. In the selection of the sizes to be used, the


sum of all loads occurring must be considered.
3. For given loads it must be clearly determined
beyond all doubt which design load (H, HZ, HS
and/or Level A, B, C, D) the data corresponds to.
The table of permissible loads on p. 0.6 of the
technical specifications must be observed.
4. The stroke length of snubbers should not be
fully utilized. A travel reserve of 10mm in both
directions is recommended.

type 35

type 34

7. The installation drawings should clearly indicate the degree of freedom of possible angulation of the components.

10. The LISEGA instructions for commissioning


are to be observed, as well as inspection and
maintenance recommendations.

type 36

type 36

type 39

type 30

type 35

type 35

type 35

type 35

type 39

type 30

type 36

type 30

type 38

special design

type 35

type 39

type 37
type 32

type 39

type 38

type 35

special design

3.3

special
design

type 36

type 39

8. Any torque values necessary for threaded


connections in the structural attachments should
be indicated.
9. Before commissioning the plant, all support
points should once again be visually inspected.

type 34

type 35

5. When arranging components, sufficient lateral


freedom of movement must be ensured so that
no jamming occurs at the connections.
6. On parallel arrangement of snubbers
it is recommended to take load reserves into
account. Instead of 50% in each case, both
snubbers should be designed to take at least
70% of the calculation load.

special
design

Snubbers
Type 30, 31
LISEGA snubbers have stood the test of time in
practical applications for well over four decades
and have thereby proven their outstanding reliability. Extensive operational experience has,
together with continuous further development,
led to highly acclaimed state-of-the-art products
and to worldwide market leadership.
Access to snuubbers after installation is almost
always difficult and, due to possible danger
to personnel from radiation when installed in
nuclear power plants, is subject to stringent
safety regulations. For this reason the most
stringent demands are made on reliable, maintenance-free, continuous functionality.
For the reliable operational safety of snubbers,
besides the function principle and whole design,
the quality of critical components is crucial:








sealing systems
piston and rod guides
hydraulic fluid
sliding surfaces
corrosion-resistant materials
corrosion-free interiors
control valves

Snubbers type 30

At LISEGA, sealing systems, guides and hydraulic fluid are certified by reliable qualification
procedures to give at least 23 years of troublefree operation under normal operating conditions in a nuclear power station.
The following quality features prove the
superior functioning and long life of LISEGA
snubbers:








The most common cause of failure in snubbers



is usually premature wear and tear and corrosion. For this reason LISEGA snubbers are made 
of corrosion-resistant materials. In addition, any
form of metallic contact within the unit is elimi- 
nated by the use of special guide bands.

corrosion-resistant materials
special sealing systems
vibration-resistant special guides
pressurized hydraulic systems
dynamic functional behavior
exchangeable valves (type 31)
tested and approved for min. 23 years
maintenance-free operation
60-year design life
certified by suitability tests acc.
to KTA 3205.3
approvals acc. to ASME-NCA 3800

Final inspection of snubbers type 31

3.4

Design features
Snubbers Type 30, 31
Design features
The snubbers form a closed hydraulic system
without external bolted pressure fittings. The
individual parts of the units are connected
without welding by precision fits and screw
connections, and are mechanically secured.
As a protection against corrosion, LISEGA snubbers are manufactured exclusively from corrosion resistant materials.
The connecting lugs are of carbon steel and
protected with a galvanic coating.
The guides on piston rods and pistons are made
of a special friction-resistant, non-metallic material.
The compensating reservoir is sealed against
the atmosphere by a preloaded piston so that
slight overpressure is maintained in the hydraulic system. This ensures the permanent
functioning of all seals and the positive feed
of hydraulic fluid to the cylinder regardless of
the installed orientation.
The control valves are vital for dynamic function. To achieve high functional accuracy the
valve parameters have been optimized by extensive testing and special calculation models.

Seals
The decisive design features for long-lasting
function are the sealing systems. Besides the
hydraulic fluid and guide bands, they form part
of the non-metallic materials and are therefore
exposed to natural aging and wear.
The most important requirement for a long-lasting sealing effect is the choice of the correct
sealing material. The crucial factor thereby is
the seals restitution behavior (shape memory)
or compression set, providing the lowest possible stress relaxation.
For optimum utilization of material properties
the special shape of the seals is also important,
while for final functional efficiency the best
combination of the following features are
critical:

3.5









thermal resistance
radiation resistance
resistance to wear, especially highfrequency vibrations
good restitution behavior (shape memory)
good dry run characteristics
limited tendency to diffusion in seal
surfaces
minimal transfer from static to sliding
friction (stick-slip effect)

A special mixture of fluorelastomer VITON has


proved to offer the optimum solution here. In
addition, the following prerequisites must be
fulfilled to gain full benefit from the special
characteristics:







special sealing geometry


supporting composite materials
optimum consistency (mixture proportions)
optimized hardening
precision of sliding surfaces
design of the installation spaces for
defined preloading of the seals

Ordinary seals do not fulfill these demands in


snubbers and have been shown to lead to premature failure. For this reason, as early as 1984
LISEGA, in collaboration with a renowned seal
manufacturer, began to develop specific sealing
systems that have since proved themselves in
practice.
In 1992, after other successful certification procedures through artificial aging and long-term
trials, a certification process for LISEGA snubbers was conducted on behalf of a European
nuclear operator. The result: a maintenance-free
operating period of min. 23 years in nuclear
applications was confirmed.

Design features
Snubbers Type 30, 31

 Control valves to achieve greater functional

accuracy (type 30: internal).

 Name plate with all technically relevant data.

 Control indicators: The piston position of

the snubbers can be read off on all sides


via the scale rings on the snubber casing.
A robust steel casing connected to the piston
rod serves as an indicator and at the same
time protects the piston rod from mechanical
damage, pollution and radiant heat.



Type 30

Connection possibilities

 Connection lugs (carbon steel) galvanized

A special range of connection components and adapters is available, so


that in the event of an exchange the existing connections on site can still
be used.

(only type 30).


 Inspection glass in the compensating res-

ervoir / indicator bar. The fluid level of the


reservoir is shown by the position of the
reservoir piston. For type 30 the minimum
level can be checked through the inspection glass; for type 31 there is a marked
indicator bar at the base of the external
compensating reservoir.

flange for connection


to existing extensions

connection A

connection A

 The reservoir is sealed against the atmos-

phere by means of a spring-loaded piston


so that slight overpressure in the hydraulic
system constantly keeps the seals under
slight pressure (type 30: located inside).

special lugs
short extension without
possibility of length
adjustment
standard extension with
possibility of length
adjustment

Non-corroding materials.
Radiation-resistant, wear-resistant seals.
type 33

A Connection possibilities: See bolt diameters

of weld-on brackets type 35 or dynamic clamps


in product group 3.





Type 31

For details of design and materials see


technical specifications p. 0.1.

3.6

Mode of operation and function


Snubbers Type 30, 31
In the event of an impact
on the component to be
secured, an instantaneous,
practically rigid connection
is to be made between the
component and a fixed
point on the surrounding
structure.

Function
Control valves
The function of the LISEGA hydraulic snubbers
type 30 is controlled by a main control valve
(B) positioned axially in the hydraulic piston (A).
On slow displacement of the piston
( 2mm/s) the valve is held open by spring
force and the hydraulic fluid can freely flow
from one cylinder chamber into the other. On
rapid piston displacement above a velocity
limit (approx. 2mm/s), back pressure
develops on the valve disk and closes the
valve. The hydraulic flow is interrupted
and the displacement blocked. Due to
the compressibility of the hydraulic fluids,
damaging load peaks are also prevented.
On displacement in pressure direction, the compensating valve (D) also closes almost synchronously with the piston valve.

type 37

If the pressure on the closed valve is reduced,


e.g. by reversal of the displacement direction,
the valve opens independently.

type 30

type 33
type 35

D
type 35
type 30
type 38

special design

type 35
type 39
type 36 type 30

3.7

C
Function diagram,
snubber type 30

Bypass

co-axially arranged compensating reservoir (C)


takes place. The connection between reservoir
chamber and the working cylinder is regulated
by the compensating valve (D).

Function diagram,
snubber type 31

Large bore design type 31


The mode of functioning of the LISEGA hydraulic snubbers type 31 is based in principle on
the same concept as for type 30. The particularities of size require a different arrangement
of the compensating reservoir (C). At the same
time a different arrangement of the valves is
also necessary. The valves (B) work
similarly to those on type 30.
Here too, the flow of hydraulic
fluid in the respective direction
of movement is interrupted by
closure of the corresponding valve
if a certain limit of velocity is exceeded.
As both valves stand with the given arrangement indirect connection with the compensating
reservoir, an additional compensating valve is
unnecessary.

In-service testing

The valve system is designed to be replaceable, so that all the snubbers type 31 need not
be removed for routine function testing. In this
way, in the event of a recurrent test only
the valve units are replaced by a previously
certified valve assembly. A special shut-off
device thereby prevents loss of fluid. The
replaced valve assembly can subsequently
be tested on a test snubber and prepared
for future use. This design meet the intent of
Compensating reservoir
sub-component testing according to ASME OM
To balance the piston rod volume, as well as to
Code, Subsection ISTD.
change the volume of hydraulic fluid on change
of temperature, volume compensation via a
To prevent the valves from remaining in a blocked
condition they are designed with a bypass system.
This permits a gentle after-flow at continuous
force and ensures the safe opening of the valves
in both cylinder chambers through rapid pressure balance. The compensating valve works
synchronously with the main valve in the same
way.

Function Tests
Snubbers type 30, 31
Especially stringent safety demands in
the nuclear field require flawless proof
of the function parameters for snubbers.
This applies both to initial delivery inspection and to recurrent tests.
The LISEGA test technology is permanently improved in-house and complies
with the most up-to-date technical standards. The test benches function as
dynamic Hydropuls units with optional

force- or travel-controlled excitation. The


frequency bands range from 0.5 30Hz,
and the test loads from 0.5 up to 8600kN.
For standard tests LISEGA has test facilities of its own manufacture in different
factories and in various sizes. Mobile
units are often used on site at customer
request. The test facilities are used
worldwide today and are operated by
the customers own personnel.

Variable test programs permit the testing


of all snubber makes.
LISEGA test machines are also manufactured for customers.
All LISEGA test machinery is calibrated at
regular intervals on the basis of DIN EN
ISO 7500 with calibrated load cells and
measurement amplifiers.


A







Inspection report with test diagrams page 1


A

Quasi-static function tests

 Friction measurement [kN]


 Lockup velocity [mm/s]
 Bypass velocity [mm/s]

Inspection report with test diagrams page 2


B

Dynamic function tests

 Load and travel amplitude

3.8

Operational behavior
Snubbers Type 30, 31
Operational behavior
On dynamic loading, LISEGA snubbers offer a
constant, predictable, functional behavior subject to the load spectrum.

The specified values correspond to the recognized international specifications and practical
requirements. Observation of the values is certified and recorded during factory testing.

Specified function values


LISEGA snubbers comply, as a standard, with
the following functional data. The values apply
to alternating or dynamic loading.

By means of design adaptation special parameters can be taken into account.

type 30

type 31

travel range
8, 2, 9 

travel range 3
(stroke 300)

travel range 8
(stroke 100)

travel range 9
(stroke 200)

piston rod travel sb at FN, Rt  and 1-35Hz

 6mm

 8mm

 10mm

 12mm

piston rod play sa (lost motion)

 0.5mm  up till load development on change in load direction


2-6mm/s

lockup velocity at Rt 
bypass velocity at FN und Rt 

0.2-2mm/s 
at FN  8kN
2.5% FN

maximum adjustment force 

largest value out


of 300N or 1.5%FN

at FN  8kN
largest value out
of 200N or 1%FN

 Travel range 8100mm, travel range 2150mm, travel range 9200mm.


 Rt = room temperature (20C  2C). At ambient temperatures of 150C

(short-term, max. 1hr) the push rod travel can increase by up to about 50%
due to changed oil viscosity.

1%FN

 Measured at a displacement velocity of approx. 0.3mm/s.


The resistance on startup (adhesive force) lies below 1.5 times
the max. values. FN = nom. load

 If required, sa can be increased to  0.5mm (KTA 3205.3).


 Bypass velocity  0.2mm on request.

Force F

FFaulted
FEmergency
FN
rigidity
2FN
K= ____
sb

push rod travel s

sa
sb
-FN

s
t

-FFaulted

Force travel diagram

3.9

Force and travel amplitudes

sb

-FEmergency

2500kN test bench at LISEGA

Permissible loads
Snubbers Type 30, 31
Operational demands
LISEGA hydraulic snubbers are designed as
standard for the following operational demands. The specified values are certified by
KTA suitability tests.

Other values can be agreed in exceptional cases


by design adaptations.

continuous operation

max. 80C

short-term max. 1h/temp. cycle


max. 40h/year

max. 150C

relative air humidity

at 10-150C

100%

wet steam atmosphere

up to max. 150C

X=1

energy dose

cumulative

10 J/kg =10 gray (=10 rad)

continuous operation

0.5-1 bar

short-term

5 bar overload pressure

loading due to ambient


temperature

ambient pressure

3
Test facilities for snubbers
in Zeven plant, Germany

The values apply to the whole snubber, incl


seals and hydraulic fluid. The data for the
fluid are:

hydraulic fluid
(silicon oil)

setting point

50C

flash point

 300C

ignition point

 500C

Resistance to fatigue
Proof of operational durability is based on the
following accumulated load cycles:
nominal load FN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . load cycle
10% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2,000,000
50% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100,000
80% . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20,000
100% (Level A/B). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10,000
133% (Level C) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .100
172% (LeveI D) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10

It should be taken into account that the number


of possible active parameters, such as frequencies, amplitudes, forms of vibration, effective
directions, as well as any possible simultanity,
allow no uniform definition of permanent operational vibrations.

The load cycle figures correspond to an assumed maximum dynamic load capacity from
diverse load events over a period of 40 years.
They also comply to the requirements of the
test programs of the KTA suitability tests performed. The test results certify that the snubbers endure these loads while maintaining their
operational capability.
Due to their specially designed guides, the
snubbers are extremely resilient to any continuous operational vibrations. This is proven by
confirmed practical experience.

Special testing of snubbers type 31. Test load up to 8600kN.

3.10

Mode of operation and function


Rigid struts Type 39
In contemporary support
concepts, rigid struts play
an important role in the
safe guiding of pipe systems. The reliable positioning of piping is a crucial
factor in the operational
safety and long life of the
whole system.

The LISEGA rigid struts type 39 provide a range


of important functions for the operational safety
of pipe systems:




z
me


type 35

Typ 33

The shape corresponds to the flow of force and


permits a favorable power / weight ratio. The
connections are ball bushing joints acting as
turnbuckles with right- and left-hand threads,
permitting length adjustment within a range of
150mm or 300mm. Flat faces on the body of
the tube allow the safe use of a wrench and
so facilitate length adjustments in the installed
condition.

Typ 33

Design

Typ 35

The rigid strut consists of a rigid body with a


ball bushing joint for connection at each end.
Attachment to the structure is made via a weldon bracket type 35 and connection to the piping with dynamic clamps from product group 3.
The selection tables for connecting components
can be found on p. 3.22 or pp. 3.29 to 3.43.

special design

isdie
der
er

Typ 35

Typ 35

Up to load group 8 the body consists of a tube


tapered at the ends.

The ball bushing joints are provided with fine


Rigid struts perform as hinged rigid connections threading to guarantee secure locking.
30
between pipe
resistTyp 39systems and structure. No Typ
The bodies are produced in standard lengths
ance is offered to slight displacements in the
and are available from stock. LISEGA rigid
pipe system around the angular displacement
of the rigid struts. Movement axially to the rigid struts are suitability-tested according to KTA
3205.3 and designed in accordance with the
strut is not possible.
ASME-BPV Code.

typeTyp
39 30

type 34

Transmission of displacement from


unplanned load events (see p. 3.1)
Guiding of pipe systems for the control
of planned thermal displacement direction
Stabilization of flexible pipe systems
by fixed so-called zero positions
Design of axial stops

Mode of operation

Typ 37

en
mtte-

aun

Tasks

Typ 35

type 35

Typ
type 39
39

Typ 36

Typ 36

vollTyp 36

in

Typ 35

eAn-




n
chti-

st

bll-

Typ
39 surface

Typ 30

type 36

Typ
 35


Typ 35

Typ 30

Typ 39

Typ 36

3.11

Typ 30

with standard paint coating


 flat face for easy adjustment
 length-adjustable with right-hand /
Typ 35 left-hand threads
 body with shaped ends, free of welding
up to load group 8
 galvanized ball bushing joints with
fine thread
 safe locking of ball bushing joints by
means of fine threads and electrogalvanized lock nuts

Mode of operation and function


Energy absorber Type 32
Mode of operation and function
The energy absorber functions by means of
an adjustable free stroke to absorb thermal
displacement. The adjustment of the free stroke
can be carried out (for medium sizes) within a
range of  25mm. In this range the pipe sysIf such an event has occurred, the forward thrust
tem can move freely without resistance.
of the disk affected can be read from the position of the indicator bar (G).
Dynamic events, however, are limited in their
movement by the use of stops. The forces arisFor further use of the energy absorber the
ing are thereby led into the building structure
free stroke on the adjustment device (H) only
up to the specified nominal load and, above
needs to be re-regulated for the new position.
that, transformed into deformation energy.
Connected components are in this way protected Corresponding procedures can be repeated
up to maximum deformation travel (s). Further
in a controlled manner from overloading.
information is available on p. 3.23.
For this reason energy absorbers are ideal as
protection:
Installation
The energy absorbers are designed in accord against water hammer
ance with the load group in product group 3
 as a substitute for complex
(dynamic components) and are correspondingly
framework constructions
compatible in respect of loads and connections
 as whip restraints
with the connection components in this product
group. Please also note the instructions on p. 3.1.
free stroke
(compression)

taper disks B

free stroke
(tension)
E A

Energy absorbers restrict


dynamic deflections and
transform forces above the
nominal load into deformation energy. The steelwork
is thus protected.

Energy absorber, used instead of


a double guide. In this way the
framework can be avoided.

C
D

length adjustment
adjustment of free stroke H

indicator for deformation energy (absorber energy) G

The design consists of an austenitic tubular


casing (A) with defined size, into which taper
disks (B) with defined force have been pressed.
The tube is sealed with a fixed base (C) fitted
with a connecting lug (D). The force transmission over the whole unit is made via the stops
(E) and the push rod (F).
If a dynamic event exceeds the compression
force of the taper disks, the taper disk affected
is driven forward and widens the cover tube. In
this way the excess force is diverted from the
connection components by transformation into
deformation energy.

Function certification
LISEGA energy absorbers have gone through an
exhaustive test program to prove their functional
reliability. In numerous dynamic and static stress
tests, as well as load capacity tests, their safety
has been clearly demonstrated.
Energy absorbers are maintenance-free during
operation and require no in-service testing.

Measured force/travel path with


oscillating loads  nominal load

3.12

Mode of operation and function


Viscoelastic damper Type 3D
Dynamic loads from mechanical, hydrodynamic or
external events can severely
damage pipe systems and
other plant components.
Viscoelastic dampers can
considerably reduce such
vibrations.

Vibrations occur through inner events from


mechanical or hydrodynamic processes, or in
the case of external events such as wind loads,
traffic vibrations or earthquakes.
Unacceptable vibrations can thereby cause
serious damage to pipe systems. By means of
special components they must be protected.
To avoid stresses in the whole system, displacements from thermal expansion in the piping
system may only be minimally obstructed.

The LISEGA viscoelastic


damper consists of a
casing filled with viscous
fluid that allows relative
displacement between
the connecting plates and
at the same time damps in all
directions, dissipating the kinetic energy (transformed into heat).

Viscoelastic dampers transmit only dynamic


loads, not static ones. The reaction force of the
Viscoelastic dampers have proved in practice to damper is thereby proportional to the velocity
offer reliable protection for pipe systems and
and frequency of the vibrations. LISEGA offers
installations. In particular, vibrations caused
fluids with varying damping characteristics in
by sudden peak loads can be reduced to an
relation to application temperature and freacceptable level by such dampers.
quency.

Construction of the LISEGA


viscoelastic damper




load


F




dissipated
energy
travel
s

sb
(displacement range)


Viscoelastic damper with
transport brackets without offset

name plate

position indicator

maintenance-free dust cover

transport brackets

inner connection thread M16 for


transport purposes
load range 2.5kN to 100kN


frequency range up to 35Hz


temperature range from 10C to 80C
travel range up to 50mm

Hysteresis of a viscoelastic
damper

Viscoelastic damper
with adjusted offset

3.13

 connecting plates

Pipe whip restraints


Type 3R
Special designs in the field of dynamic pipe
supports are pipe whip restraints. Beside
energy absorber type 32, a design type with
round-steel U-bolts has proved widely successful, especially for large loads.
Pipe whip restraints are common in nuclear
installations and are designed to instantaneously absorb the kinetic energy of bursting
pipe systems in faulted conditions. For this,
the elongation behavior of the surrounding
steel U-bolts is utilized; these are designed
to cope with the dynamic forces to be expected.

OD

tension

Pipe whip restraints

dissipated
energy
elongation

Pipe whip restraints are designed according to


the customers design parameters and manufactured by LISEGA as special components.
Pipe whip restraints are important as safety
elements and are therefore subject to stringent
quality requirements with regard to design and
manufacture. As the result of countless deliveries
to modern nuclear installations LISEGA has clearly
proved its qualification for the supply of these
components.

3.14

Mode of operation and function


Dynamic clamps Type 34, 36, 37
Function
In the high temperature range and/or over a
longer period of time, friction fit clamps cannot
safely transmit dynamic loads, even with bolt
pre-stressing, due to the creep strength behavior of the materials (long-term fatigue). Even
over-sized bolts, which might under certain circumstances severely constrict the piping (pipe
squeezers), are not solving the problem.




Friction-fit clamp (static)

shear lug

Form-fit clamp (dynamic)

A typical fault is a clamp design that is too


soft, so that the necessary stiffness rule is
not achieved
Attention must also be paid to connections
to clamps free of play
To prevent constraints, sufficient space
must be ensured for lateral displacement in
the event of pipe system movements

To transmit dynamic loads, clamps are required


that absorb dynamic forces and transmit them
further. Dynamic forces are created by alternating loads; displacement can thereby result due
to eccentrically applied forces. The dynamic
clamp should therefore be form-fitted (shear
lugs) to prevent contortion. In this way, defined,
verifiable conditions are produced. Certification
is the responsibility of the pipe system designer.

Dynamic clamps type 36, 37


To achieve the optimum solution in each case
and at the same time the most favorable performance/weight ratios, LISEGA offers 4 standard
designs.

3.15

If the customer order does not show a particular modification of the layout, the bracket
connection is fitted so that the main angulation
range runs along the pipe axis.

Type 36 .. .1/2/3

Type 37 .. .1/2/3/4/5/6

Type 36 .. .4/5

Type 37 .. .7/8/9

The shear lugs keep the dynamic clamps in


the expected force direction and are practically
unstressed. Lateral forces would not occur under dynamic load cases because friction forces
between the pipe and the clamp insure the firm
positioning.
Due to the minimal forces to be absorbed the
weld seam stresses can be minimalized, despite
the small shear lug sizes. As a rule they lie
under 35% of the yield stress (creep strength)
limit for load case H, in accordance with the
permissible ASME or DIN values. From a table
the LISEGA shear lugs can be selected on
p. 3.44.

Type 36 with pipe whip restraints

ature ranges and permissible loads. After that


the installation dimensions must be checked
against the scale drawings. Special attention
must be paid to the lug connections on the
rigid struts, snubbers or energy absorbers. If
the standard bolt connection d1 is not suitable, a different weld-on bracket type 35 can
be supplied. The E dimension of the clamp is
changed according to the table below.

The selection tables are classified according to


pipe diameters. The type designation for the
relevant clamp is found by way of the temper-

theor. load group

For the dynamic supports


the pipe clamp design
must also be carefully
considered. Despite properly functioning main
components (rigid struts,
snubbers, energy absorbers) the functioning of
the whole system can be
seriously affected by faulty
pipe clamps.

1, 2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

max. load group of dynamic clamps


1, 2

85
81
75
65
40
25
0

125
121
115
105
80
65
40
0

E dimension reduction E
0

4
0

10
6
0

20
16
10
0

45
41
35
25
0

60
56
50
40
15
0

Reduction of the Emax dimension for dynamic clamps type 36


and 37 on selection of a smaller connection than given
in the column 'max. load group' in the selection tables.

Dynamic clamps as statically


stressed clamps
The specified permissible loads (in the selection
tables on pp. 3.29 to 3.43) are designed for
dynamic operation with snubbers or rigid struts
according to the load spectrum on p. 3.10.

Special designs
In some cases special designs are advisable in
addition to the dynamic clamps type 36 and 37.
In particular, for parallel and angulating arrangements, standardized design and calculation
methods have been proved successful.

Special design type 37 with bolt


of weld-on bracket in pipe axis
direction

The dynamic clamps can also be exposed to


permanent static stress. For this, the specified
permissible stresses are reduced according to
the following table:
pipe temperature
up to 350C
351C 450C
451C 500C
501C 510C
511C 530C
531C 560C
561C 580C
581C 600C

permiss. permanent
tension stress
100%
100%
80%
80%
65%
55%
65%
60%

Special clamp for angulating arrangement


type 38
special design

These specifications relate to the creep strength dependent


on time in the 200,000 hr range at temperature  450C.
type 35

type 39

type 34

special design

Dynamic axial clamp with snubbers


type 35

type 39

type 37

type 35

type 39

type 35
type 39

type 34
special design

Horizontal axial stop with rigid strut type 39 and pipe clamp type 34 incl. spacer

3.16

Dynamic clamps
Type 34
Dynamic stresses frequently
arise in the direction of the
pipe axis (e.g. from shock
impacts or other forms of
excitation). To absorb these
loads the special dynamic
clamp type 34 was developed.

In vertically and horizontally running pipe systems,


special clamps are being increasingly used for
the defined determination of the pipe system
positioning and also for the absorption of dynamic stresses in the direction of the pipe axis.
The loads thereby occurring must be distributed
via a form-fitting connection to the piping (trunnions). For this purpose LISEGA has developed
the dynamic clamp type 34.

Type 34 with snubbers and position-securing devices

Type 34

Securing positions

Type 34 as axial stop with spacer

The basis of this design was the long time


successful box-frame clamp type 46/48. The
load distribution in dynamic clamp type 34 is
effected by the use of reinforced cross-beams
with weld-on brackets type 35 for connection
to the dynamic main products type 30, 32, 39.

Position-securing measures ensure that the


clamp cannot angle around the pipe (with the
trunnion as pivot). The position-securing device
is not dynamically stressed. It is either a recess
in the trunnion socket-hole or additional plates.

Design
For the design of the dynamic clamps type 34
the following parameters are required:





Type 34 with snubbers type 30
and trunnions








load (dynamic, static)


pipe system temperature
insulation thickness
span width of the connections
connection size and alignment
of weld-on brackets type 35
trunnion sizes
trunnion tolerances
position (horizontal/vertical)
main components connected
(type 30, 39, 32)
twist restraint/recess dimensions
if required
spacer if required

Due to the wide range of possible combinations


and design parameters, dynamic clamps type
34 are designed individually on request.
Type 34 with rotated trunnion
hole and snubber type 30

3.17

Type 34 with recesses

Type 34 with additional plates

3
Horizontal axial stop with rigid struts type 39 and pipe clamp type 34

Pipe system secured with snubber type 30 on dynamic clamps type 36

3.18

Snubbers
Type 30
Snubbers
type 30 18 16 to 30 03 12
Serial standard design.
Delivery from stock.
Only corrosion-resistant
materials are used.

travel indicator

connecting lug

fluid inspection
SG

name plate
piston rod cover

ma
x. 90

ball bushing joint

The connecting lugs


attached by a connection
thread (material P250GH,
C45E+QT, S355J2, A668Cl.
C/F, SA299) are galvanized.


d3
R

F

E

type

Order details:
snubber type 30 .. ..
with 2 weld-on brackets
type 35 .. ..
marking: ...

30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30

18
38
39
42
43
52
53
62
63
72
73
82
83
92
93
02
03

16
16
16
16
16
13
13
16
16
16
16
16
16
13
13
12
12

nom. load emergency stroke



[kN]  Level C 
3
8
8
18
18
46
46
100
100
200
200
350
350
550
550
1000
1000

4.0
10.6
10.6
23.9
23.9
61
61
141
141
267
267
472
472
735
735
1335
1335

100
100
200
150
300
150
300
150
300
150
300
150
300
150
300
150
300

54
70
70
85
85
135
135
170
170
200
200
270
270
300
300
390
390

d3

E

E

min

max

F

SG

weight
[kg]

10
12
12
15
15
20
20
30
30
50
50
60
60
70
70
100
100

220
315
410
395
545
445
595
535
685
615
765
730
880
760
910
935
1085

320
415
610
545
845
595
895
685
985
765
1065
880
1180
910
1210
1085
1385

18
50
50
58
58
65
65
100
100
130
130
165
165
165
165
240
240

15
20
20
22.5
22.5
30
30
45
45
60
60
75
75
105
105
147
147

9
10
10
12
12
16
16
22
22
35
35
44
44
49
49
70
70

1.9
4.3
5.7
8.3
12
20
29
37
51
61
78
122
147
175
207
390
460

 See technical specifications, table: permissible loads


(p. 0.6) and welding of weld-on brackets' (p. 3.22).

 Usual design load for earthquakes and similar load cases.

 On replacement of other makes, the connection


dimensions such as pin diameters and lug lengths
can be adapted to the connection designs already
existing in the plant.

See also technical specifications on p. 0.6.

 If required, snubbers with longer strokes


 Emin = piston rod retracted

Emax = piston rod extended


To bridge greater installation lengths, extensions
type 33 (p. 3.21) can be used.

3.19

can be supplied.

 Connection possibilities: see bolt diameters of weld-on


bracket type 35 or dynamic clamps in product group 3.

Snubbers
Type 31

Snubbers
type 31 98 16 to 31 58 16

travel indicator 
name plate
valves

fluid level indicator

SG

connecting lug
ball bushing joint

The body and connecting


lugs are made of high-tensile stainless steel castings.

max.
45

L

Snubbers type 31 are


specially conceived for the
absorption of particularly
heavy loads. They are mainly
used in nuclear installations
to secure steam generators
and reactor codant pumps.
Due to the normally very
restricted installation space
they are typically custombuilt for the given conditions.
The table on this page therefore serves as general orientation for initial planning.


d3
F

E

type
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31

98
99
08
09
28
38
48
58

16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16

nom. load emergency stroke


[kN]  Level C  
550
550
1000
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000

735
735
1335
1335
2660
4000
5320
6650

100
200
100
200
100
100
100
100

240
240
330
330
440
540
580
630

d3

E

E

min

max

70
70
100
100
120
140
160
180

620
735
765
880
870
1020
1050
1140

720
935
865
1080
970
1120
1150
1240

95
95
120
120
160
190
205
230

90
90
110
110
155
180
200
220

310
310
385
385
450
620
585
670

 See technical specifications, table: permissible loads


(p. 0.6) and welding of weld-on brackets' (p. 3.22).

 Usual design load for earthquakes and similar load cases.


See also technical specifications on p. 0.6.

SG

weight
[kg]

115
145
145
200
150
100
255
205

105
105
140
140
160
200
245
290

49
49
70
70
85
90
105
105

152
181
285
338
648
968
1300
1750

Lmax

 Emin = piston rod retracted

Emax = piston rod extended

 Lmax at 80C

Order details:
snubber type 31 .. ..
marking: ...

 Connection possibilities: see


bolt diameters of weld-on
brackets type 35 or dynamic
clamps in product group 3

 Design of travel indicator for travel range 8


(100mm stroke).
LISEGA snubbers type 31 are
fitted with exchangeable valves
for in-service tests on site.

Snubber type 31 in special configuration

3.20

Installation extensions
Type 33
Installation extensions
type 33 18 18 to 33 03 12
Serial standard design.
Type 33 extensions are
used if greater installation
lengths are required.
Connection to the snubber
or energy absorber is made
at the cylinder base. By
means of serially-produced
screw connections the
change over easily be made
from standard connecting
lugs to extensions. This also
applies to special connections, which are particularly
useful when exchanging
other makes, as in this way
the connections on site can
still be used. Further connection possibilities can be
found on p. 3.6.
Material:
body
extension
paddle

minimum engagement depth


extension tube
extension paddle

lock nut

A

L37.5
E

P355NH
P250GH
C45E+QT
S355J2

Order details:
installation extension
type 33 .. ..
L = ...mm for
hydr. snubber
or energy absorber



d3

nom.
load
[kN]

snubber
stroke

A

18
18
18
18
18
13
13
18
18
18
18
18
18

3
8
8
18
18
46
46
100
100
200
200
350
350

100
100
200
150
300
150
300
150
300
150
300
150
300

33 92 13

550

33 93 13
33 02 12
33 03 12

type
33
33
33
33
33
33
33
33
33
33
33
33
33

18
38
39
42
43
52
53
62
63
72
73
82
83

E

max

min

max

240
315
460
412
635
455
680
510
735
560
785
640
865

10
12
12
15
15
20
20
30
30
50
50
60
60

25
30
30
35
35
49
49
64
64
83
83
102
102

445
515
660
617
840
720
945
780
1005
875
1100
1030
1255

760
760
690
1175
930
1405
1180
1900
1700
2415
2040
2400
2320

205
200
200
205
205
265
265
270
270
315
315
390
390

520
445
230
763
295
950
500
1390
965
1855
1255
1760
1455

0.80
1.00
1.00
1.60
1.60
3.70
3.70
6.00
6.00
12.00
12.00
22.50
22.50

0.39
0.55
0.55
0.75
0.75
0.73
0.73
2.00
2.00
3.20
3.20
4.75
4.75

150

670

70

115
127

1155
1671

1670
2870

485
1001

1000
2200

41.00
44.50

5.50
7.20

550

300

895

70

115
127

1380
1696

1695
2795

485
801

800
1900

41.00
44.50

5.50
7.20

1000
1000

150
300

770
995

100
100

160
160

1415
1640

2300
2325

645
645

1530
1330

92.00
92.00

9.50
9.50

 For middle piston position.

E   L 37.5  L 37.5 

weight [kg]
Lmin
+per
100mm

d3

min

max

 Connection possibilities: see bolt diameters of weld-on


brackets type 35 or dynamic clamps in product group 3.

 Installation dimensions larger than E max. possible


on load reduction. Smaller L dimensions can also be
supplied without adjustment possibility.

3.21

Weld-on brackets
Type 35
F
B

d3

Weld-on brackets
type 35 19 13 to 35 20 19
Serial standard design.

type
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35

19
29
39
49
59
69
79
89
99
09
20

nom. load
[kN] 

d3 

weight
[kg]

3
4
8
18
46
100
200
350
550
1000
2000

25
25
30
35
54
90
110
150
180
390
520

32
32
37
43
54
79
100
130
230
310
320

12
12
12
13
15
23
25
34
40
58
65

10
10
12
15
20
30
50
60
70
100
120

30
30
34
40
50
75
90
115
155
212
245

9.5
9.5
10.5
12.5
16.5
22.5
35.5
45
50
72
87

42
42
46
52
65
95
115
160
220
305
320

13
13
15
18
27
45
55
75
80
100
135

0.2
0.2
0.3
0.5
1.0
3.7
7.9
17.0
41.0
132.0
215.0

13
13
13
13
19
19
19
19
11
13
19

 See technical specifications, table permissible loads

 Fit: H7 f8.

(p. 0.6) and welding of weld-on brackets (as shown


below).

This component is designed


for connection of snubbers
type 30 and 31, energy
absorbers type 32 and for
rigid struts type 39, 16, 20
and 27 and provides for
attachment to the structure.
The brackets are made of
the easily weldable material
S355J2 and the precision-fit
connecting bolts are of
non-corroding material.
Order details:
weld-on bracket
type 35 .. ..

 If required, weld-on / bolt-on brackets in larger sizes are suppliable

type
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35

19
29
39
49
59
69
79
89
99
09
20

13
13
13
13
19
19
19
19
11
13
19

 =15
 = 6

 =30
 = 6

 =45
 = 6

3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
5.5
7.5
10.5
14.5
15.0
14.0
23.0

3.0
3.0
3.0
4.0
7.0
9.5
13.5
18.0
20.0
17.0

3.0
3.0
3.0
5.0
8.0
11.0
15.5
21.0
23.0
19.0

Weld-on brackets should always be arranged so


that the max. angulation results in the direction
of the greatest thermal expansion during operation (  ). The lateral deflection is restricted
to  6 (  ). Misalignment of the weld-on
brackets should be avoided due to the restricted
possibility of movement caused.
The minimum weld seam thickness a for weldon brackets type 35 is dependent on the angulations  and . In the calculations a permissible
stress of 90N/mm2 in Load Case H was assumed.

Max. angulation type 35

On increasing the angulation  to 90, the


permissible loads are reduced by approx. 15%
on constant weld seam thickness ( at  = 45).
The basis for the permissible loads is provided by
the relevant load table (technical specifications,
p. 0.5).

3.22

Energy absorber
Type 32
Energy absorber
type 32 18 16 to 32 92 16
Serial standard design.

indicator of absorbed energy

free stroke adjustment

SG

minimum engagement depth

length adjustment

d3

 d3

free stroke (compression side)

t1

t2

free stroke (tension side)

 If the nominal load is exceeded, the increasing force and


displacement are transformed
into deformation energy.

 Max. deformation travel in


compression and tension
directions.

 E dimensions on middle position of the free strokes t1/t2


and length adjustment A
dimension. If t2 changes, the
E dimension is correspondingly reduced or increased.

 Connection possibilities: see


bolt diameters of weld-on
brackets Type 35 or dynamic
clamps in Product Group 3.

type
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32

18
38
42
52
62
72
82
92

16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16

nom. load
[kN] 
3
8
18
46
100
200
350
550

s

t1

t2

5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
6.5
9.5
12.5

0-20
0-22
0-25
0-25
0-25
0-28
0-30

0-20
0-22
0-25
0-25
0-25
0-28
0-30

56
60
80
115
130
195
250

Individual application
The standard designs shown in the table above
represents only part of the suppliable range.
The products can be adapted by LISEGA to the
particular requirements of the user.
This applies especially to those cases where
loads and strokes exceed standard parameters.

Order details:
energy absorber
type 32 .. 16
t1 = mm, t2 = mm
marking: ...
3.23

d3

10
12
15
20
30
50
60

E

300
85  50
355
95  50
440 125  75
490 150  75
575 165  75
715 175  75
945 225  75
on request

SG

weight
[kg]

18
50
58
65
100
130
165

15
20
22.5
30
45
60
75

9
10
12
16
22
35
44

0.8
1.8
3.6
11.5
18.5
47.0
105.0

3
Snubbers type 31 prior to delivery

Type 31

Commissioning of type 30

3.24

Viscoelastic damper
Type 3D .. 44-D
Selection and dimensions

Viscoelastic damper
type 3D 03 44-D
to 3D H1 44-D

E-middle

When selecting viscoelastic dampers attention


should be paid to the temperature existing on
site. These dampers are available for application
temperatures ranging from 20C to 80C, whereby
the various damping media cover a temperature
range of 10C in each case. For this reason the
correct selection of application temperature is
important.
The choice of damper size depends on the nominal
load. The offset in horizontal and vertical directions must be considered for the cold load position. For LISEGA dampers in the 44-D series this
amounts in each case to  40mm in horizontal/
vertical directions.






load range: 2.5kN up to 100kN


frequency range: up to 35Hz
temperature range: 20C up to 80C
(in 10C stages)
offset (cold position) to mid-position:
up to  40mm (horizontal/vertical)

 Inner thread for transport


ring screw.

type

Order details:
viscoelastic damper
type 3D .. 44-D
marking:
nominal load: kN
offset:
x: mm, y: mm, z: mm
operating temperature: C

Operation of the damper in mid-position should


be aimed at. To achieve the necessary damping resistance the viscoelastic dampers should
operate in the range  20mm from the mid-position. Before any start-up the dampers are to be
preheated to operating temperature.

3D 03 44-D
3D 05 44-D
3D 10 44-D
3D 20 44-D
3D 30 44-D
3D 40 44-D
3D 60 44-D
3D 80 44-D
3D H1 44-D

nom. load
[kN]
2.5
5
10
20
30
40
60
80
100

The table values are minimum values at ordered


working temperature. At lower temperatures the
damping resistance increases. If required, the
equivalent stiffness (kN/mm) can be given in
vertical and horizontal directions.

B

C

M

weight
[kg]

240
240
240
280
320
335
350
390
405

270
290
340
390
440
470
510
535
580

215
230
270
320
350
380
410
430
460

8
8
10
12
15
18
20
25
30

34
34
38
42
46
46
53
59
59

14
14
18
22
26
26
33
39
39

M16
M16
M16
M16
M16
M16
M16

16
19
31
51
84
109
149
191
246

type

nom. load
[kN]

5
[Hz]

vertical damping resistance [kNs/m]


10
15
20
25
30
[Hz]
[Hz]
[Hz]
[Hz]
[Hz]

35
[Hz]

3D 03 44-D
3D 05 44-D
3D 10 44-D
3D 20 44-D
3D 30 44-D
3D 40 44-D
3D 60 44-D
3D 80 44-D
3D H1 44-D

2.5
5
10
20
30
40
60
80
100

15.7
27.8
47.3
89.3
143.9
162.7
189.4
229.9
340.2

12.0
21.1
36.0
67.9
109.4
123.7
144.0
174.8
258.7

7.3
14.0
12.9
23.7
21.9
37.4
41.4
94.0
66.7 148.7
75.4 229.9
87.8 293.0
106.5 367.3
157.7 554.1

3.25

10.2
18.0
30.7
57.9
93.2
105.4
122.7
148.9
220.4

9.1
16.0
27.4
51.6
83.2
94.1
109.5
132.9
196.7

8.3
14.7
25.0
47.3
76.2
86.1
100.3
121.7
180.1

C

M
B

= working range round


the mid-position

7.7
13.7
23.3
44.0
70.9
80.1
93.3
113.2
167.6

5
[Hz]

horizontal damping resistance [kNs/m]


10
15
20
25
30
[Hz]
[Hz]
[Hz]
[Hz]
[Hz]

35
[Hz]

10.8
18.3
28.8
72.5
114.5
177.1
225.8
283.0
427.0

5.1
8.6
13.6
34.2
54.1
83.6
106.6
133.7
201.7

8.6
14.6
22.9
57.8
91.5
141.2
180.0
225.6
340.4

7.0
12.0
18.9
47.5
75.1
116.2
148.1
185.6
280.0

6.0
10.2
16.1
40.6
64.2
99.2
126.5
158.5
239.2

5.4
9.1
14.4
36.3
57.4
88.7
113.1
141.8
214.0

Viscoelastic dampers
Type 3D .. 33-L, 3D .. 55-L
Selection and dimensions

E-middle
s

The choice of damper size depends on the nominal load. The offset in horizontal and vertical directions must be taken into account for the cold
load position. For LISEGA dampers in the 33-L
and 55-L series it amounts to  30mm and
 50mm respectively in horizontal / vertical
directions.

3D
3D
3D
3D
3D
3D

05
10
15
25
40
50






3D
3D
3D
3D
3D
3D

05
10
15
25
40
50

type
3D
3D
3D
3D
3D
3D

05
10
15
25
40
50

..-L
..-L
..-L
..-L
..-L
..-L

C

B

C

M

weight
[kg]

5
10
15
25
40
50

270
270
280
290
300
380

260
295
335
425
540
590

195
230
265
340
440
480

10
10
15
20
25
30

38
38
42
46
53
59

18
18
22
26
33
39

M16
M16
M16
M16
M16
M16

21
30
48
106
193
288

nom. load
[kN]

B

C

M

weight
[kg]

5
10
15
25
40
50

390
390
410
410
490
500

325
360
420
525
590
730

260
290
345
420
470
590

10
10
20
20
25
30

38
42
46
46
53
59

18
22
26
26
33
39

M16
M16
M16
M16
M16
M16

39
49
107
158
282
489

55-L
55-L
55-L
55-L
55-L
55-L

nom. load
[kN]

5
[Hz]

vertical damping resistance [kNs/m]


10
15
20
25
30
[Hz]
[Hz]
[Hz]
[Hz]
[Hz]

35
[Hz]

5
[Hz]

5
10
15
25
40
50

9.6
18.6
28.2
52.2
98.0
166.0

7.3
14.1
21.5
39.8
74.8
126.7

4.5
8.7
13.2
24.4
45.8
77.7

11.0
22.8
38.9
95.0
206.4
416.4

6.3
12.1
18.4
34.0
63.8
108.1

5.6
10.8
16.4
30.4
57.0
96.7

= working range round


the mid-position

load range: 2.5kN up to 50kN


frequency range: up to 35Hz
temperature range: 10C up to + 40C
offset (cold position) to mid-position:
up to  30mm (type 30 .. 33L)
up to  40mm (type 30 .. 55L)
(horizontal/vertical)

nom. load
[kN]

33-L
33-L
33-L
33-L
33-L
33-L

type

B

The table values are minimum values at 20C.


At lower temperatures the damping resistance
increases. If required, the equivalent stiffness
(kN/mm) can be given in vertical and horizontal
directions.
type

M

Operation of the damper in mid-position should


be aimed at. To achieve the necessary damping
resistance the viscoelastic dampers should be
positioned in the range  20mm from the midposition during operation. The dampers do not
need to be preheated to operating temperature
before start-up.

Viscoelastic dampers
type 3D 05 33-L
to 3D 50 55-L

When selecting viscoelastic dampers the temperature on site is important. Series 3D .. ..-L is
designed for use in a temperature range from
-10C up to +40C. In this temperature range the
damper functions with relatively constant characteristics. The values were determined for a
temperature of 20C.

5.1
9.9
15.1
27.8
52.3
88.6

4.8
9.2
14.0
25.9
48.7
82.5

 Inner thread for transport


ring bolt

Order details:
viscoelastic damper
type 3D .. ..
marking:
nominal load: kN
offset:
x: mm, y: mm z: mm
operating temperature: C

horizontal damping resistance [kNs/m]


10
15
20
25
30
[Hz]
[Hz]
[Hz]
[Hz]
[Hz]

35
[Hz]

8.2
17.1
29.3
71.5
155.3
313.4

4.9
10.2
17.5
42.8
92.9
187.5

7.0
14.5
24.8
60.5
131.5
265.4

6.2
12.9
22.0
53.8
116.9
235.9

5.6
11.8
20.1
49.1
106.7
215.2

5.2
10.9
18.6
45.5
99.0
199.7

3.26

Rigid struts
Type 39
Selection
When selecting rigid struts from the
below tables, these points must
be noted:

4. The weight is specified at the intersection


between load group and adjustment range.
If the intersection lies below the red boundary
line, it is a matter of an extended length with
1. The specified operating load must
reduced load that must be checked in the
be covered by the nominal load.
diagram on p. 3.28 for agreement with the
specified operating load.
2. The load group is determined at
the same time by the nominal load. 5. When ordering, the type designation is to be
completed at the 3rd place by entering the
3. The adjustment range available
load group number.
for the rigid struts is given for the
specified installation length.

Permissible loads and weights

type


39 .0
39 .0
39 .0
39 .0
39 .0
39 .1
39 .1
39 .1
39 .1
39 .2
39 .2
39 .2
39 .2
39 .3
39 .3
39 .3
39 .3
39 .4
39 .4
39 .4
39 .4
39 .5

34
44
54
74
84
04
24
54
74
04
24
54
74
04
24
54
74
04
24
54
74
04

nominal load [kN]

18

adjustment
range
E middle

300
400
500
600
750
850
1100
1350
1600
1850
2100
2350
2600
2850
3100
3350
3600
3850
4100
4350
4600
4850

1.4
1.9
2.3
2.4

2.2
2.9
3.6
3.4

2.3
3.0
3.7
4.9

3.3
4.1
4.9
(5.8)
(6.6)
(7.4)

4.5
5.5
6.6
7.6
12.5
14.1
15.7

6.5
8.0
10
11
13
15
16
(18)
(19)
(21)
(23)

450
550
650
900
900
1150
1400
1650
1900
2150
2400
2650
2900
3150
3400
3650
3900
4150
4400
4650
4900
5150

375
475
575
750
825
1000
1250
1500
1750
2000
2250
2500
2750
3000
3250
3500
3750
4000
4250
4500
4750
5000

46

100

200

350

7.0
8.5
8.8

7.6
9.1
13

11
13
14
16
18
20
22
24
(26)
(28)
(30)
(31)

17
21
25
29
33
37
41
45
49
53
57
61
(65)
(69)
(73)
(77)

load group 
weight [kg]

15.9
22
28
34
40
46
52
58
65
71
77
83
89
95
101
107
113
(119)
(126)

reduced loads for overlength (below red line) see diagram on p. 3.28
slenderness ratio  150, for greater lengths the slenderness ratio can range between
150 and 200; the weight of these rigid struts is given in brackets.

 The type designation is to be completed in the 3rd place with the load group.

3.27

40
47
57
67
77
86
96
106
115
125
135
144
154
164
174
183
193
203

nominal load [kN]

550 1000

load group 
type
39
39
39
39
39
39
39
39
39
39
39
39
39
39
39
39
39
39
39
39
39
39
39
39
39
39

.0
.0
.1
.1
.1
.1
.1
.1
.1
.2
.2
.2
.2
.3
.3
.3
.3
.4
.4
.4
.4
.5
.5
.5
.5
.6

83
93
03
13
23
33
23
53
73
03
23
53
73
03
23
53
73
03
23
53
73
03
23
53
73
03

adjustment
range
E middle
800
900
1000
1100
1200
1300
1100
1350
1600
1850
2100
2350
2600
2850
3100
3350
3600
3850
4100
4350
4600
4850
5100
5350
5600
5850

950
1050
1150
1250
1350
1450
1400
1650
1900
2150
2400
2650
2900
3150
3400
3650
3900
4150
4400
4650
4900
5150
5400
5650
5900
6150

875
975
1075
1175
1275
1375
1250
1500
1750
2000
2250
2500
2750
3000
3250
3500
3750
4000
4250
4500
4750
5000
5250
5500
5750
6000

weight [kg]
71
77
82

88
121
139
157
175
193
211
229
247
265
283
301
319
337
355
372
390
(408)
(426)

172
182
192
231
247
270
294
350
379
409
438
467
497
526
555
585
614
644
673
702
732
761
790

Load diagram for extended lengths


1000
800

600
500
400

600
500
400

300

300

200

200

100
80

100
80

60
50
40

60
50
40

30

30

20

20

10
8

10
8

6
5
4

6
5
4

1500

2000

2500

3000

3500

4000

4500

5000

5500

The diagram on the left


shows the reduced load
values against nominal
load that must be taken
into account for extended
lengths.
Material:
body

P235GH
P355NH
strut paddle P250GH
C45E+QT
S355J2
42CrMo4+QT

 Minimum engagement depth


on the ball bushing joint
marked by an undercut.

6000

length [mm]

 Ball bushing width.

doted line: slenderness ratio: 150   200

 The type designation is to be

ball bushing joint

completed by the length index


(4th and 5th places in the type
designation, p. 3.27).

minimum engagement depth


SW1

left-hand thread

SW2

SG 

 Due to their design, the rigid

d3

right-hand thread

load [kN]

1000
800

 Connection possibilities: see

E 75
E 150

type 
39
39
39
39
39
39
39
39
39

2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
0.

.4
.4
.4
.4
.4
.4
.4
.3
.3

struts have freely variable


adjustment, with right-hand /
left-hand threads, similar to a
turnbuckle. Shorter installation
lengths for rigid struts are
possible as special designs.

nom. load
[kN]

E

d3 

min

max

4
8
18
46
100
200
350
550
1000

30
38
45
60
82
120
150
210
293

(30) 38
(40) 43/57
(40) 57
61
(60) 83
(75) 102
115
115/127
159/169

10
12
15
20
30
50
60
70
100

300
300
300
400
400
500
750
800
1000

1900
2150
2400
2150
2900
3150
2900
3400
3650

bolt diameters of weld-on


brackets type 35 or dynamic
clamps type 36 / 37 in product
group 3.

SW1
27
32
36
60
60
70/75
95
110
155

SW2

SG 

(27) 32
(32) 36/46
(32) 46
50
(50) 70
(60) 85
100
100/110
135/145

9
10
12
16
22
35
44
49
70

() Values in brackets:
up to Emax = 650mm.
Depending on load group and length
the struts are subject to alternative
manufacturing technoloies which
may result in designs different to
the shown.

Order details:
rigid strut type 39 .. ..
3.28

Dynamic clamps
Selection overview OD 33.7 - OD 88.9
OD 33.7 (ND 25)
permissible load [kN] 
d1
type 100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C 

Emax

B1

10
10
10
10

110
155
160
160

75
75
75
75

50
50
50
50

20
20
20
20

9
9
9
9

permissible load [kN] 


d1
type 100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C 

Emax


B1

12
12
10
10

130
175
175
175

85
85
85
85

50
50
50
50

20
20
20
20

9
9
9
9

permissible load [kN] 


d1
type 100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C 

Emax


B1

12
12
10
10

130
175
175
175

90
90
90
90

50
50
50
50

20
20
20
20

9
9
9
9

permissible load [kN] 


d1
type 100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C 

Emax


B1

15
12
12
12

150
190
195
195

110
110
110
110

50
50
50
50

25
25
25
25

9
9
9
9

permissible load [kN] 


d1
type 100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C 

Emax


B1

15
12
12
12

160
210
215
215

120
120
120
120

50
50
50
50

25
25
25
25

9
9
9
9

permissible load [kN] 


d1
type 100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C 

Emax


B1

160
210
215
215

125
125
125
125

50
50
50
50

25
25
25
25

9
9
9
9

B1

185
230
235
235

150
150
150
150

50
50
50
50

30
30
30
30

11
11
11
11

36 03 11 4.0
36 03 21
36 03 31
36 03 41

4.0

4.0
4.0

4.0

4.0
4.0

4.0

4.0

3.2
4.0

3.2

2.4

max  wt.
load gr. [kg]
2
2
2
2

0.9
1.1
1.1
1.1

OD 42.4 (ND 32)

d1

8.0

8.0
7.2

6.3

5.8
4.0

4.0

4.0

3.1
4.0

3.3

2.5

max  wt.
load gr. [kg]
3
3
2
2

1.2
1.4
1.3
1.3

OD 48.3 (ND 40)

B1

36 04 11 8.0
36 04 21
36 04 31
36 04 41

type 36 .. .1

36 05 11 8.0
36 05 21
36 05 31
36 05 41

8.0

7.9
7.2

6.3

5.9
4.0

4.0

4.0

3.2
4.0

3.2

2.4

max  wt.
load gr. [kg]
3
3
2
2

1.2
1.5
1.4
1.4

OD 60.3 (ND 50)


 Calculation of intermediate values: linear
interpolation.

 The connection load group


is to be specified when
ordering. On selection of
a smaller load group than
that shown in the table,
the E dimensions of the
clamp are reduced (see
table on p. 3.15).
Fit: H7 f8.

 Shear lug dimensions:


F minus 1mm;
B1 plus 2mm
(see p. 3.44).

36 06 11
36 06 21
36 06 31
36 06 41

16

15

12
8.0

8.0

8.0
8.0

8.0

7.9

5.1
6.5

5.3

3.8

max  wt.
load gr. [kg]
4
3
3
3

1.9
2.2
2.2
2.2

OD 73.0 (ND 65)

36 07 11
36 07 21
36 07 31
36 07 41

16

14

13
8.0

8.0

8.0
8.0

8.0

7.6

4.9
6.3

5.1

3.8

max  wt.
load gr. [kg]
4
3
3
3

2.2
2.7
2.6
2.6

OD 76.1 (ND 65)

36 08 11
36 08 21
36 08 31
36 08 41

16

14

13
8.0

8.0

8.0
8.0

8.0

7.6

4.9
6.3

5.1

3.8

15
12
12
12

max  wt.
load gr. [kg]
4
3
3
3

2.2
2.7
2.7
2.7

OD 88.9 (ND 80)


permissible load [kN] 
d1
type 100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C 
36 09 11
36 09 21
36 09 31
36 09 41

3.29

27

24

22
18

18

18
17

17

15

9.8
12

10

7.2

20
15
15
15

Emax

max  wt.
load gr. [kg]
5
4
4
4

3.8
4.4
4.3
4.3

Dynamic clamps
Selection overview OD 108.0 - OD 159.0
OD 108.0 (ND 100)
permissible load [kN] 
d1
type 100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C 
36 10 11 32
36 10 21
36 10 31
36 10 41

29

26
18

18

18
16

16

14

9.1
11

9.3

6.8

20
15
15
15

Emax

B1

205
265
270
270

165
165
165
165

50
50
50
50

35
35
30
30

11
11
11
11

max  wt.
load gr. [kg]
5
4
4
4

5.0
6.2
5.3
5.3
A

OD 114.3 (ND 100)

29
46

26
18
46

18
46

18
42
16
41

16
41

13
35

9.0
22
11
28

9.1
21

6.8
14

20
15
20
15
20
15
20


210
270
280
280
290
280
290

175 50 35
175 50 35
175 100 60
175 50 30
175 100 60
175 50 30
175 100 60

11
11
13
11
13
11
13

max  wt.
load gr. [kg]
5
4
5
4
5
4
5

5.1
6.5
12.3
5.5
12.4
5.6
12.4

d1

B1

B1

type 36 .. .1

OD 133.0 (ND 125)


permissible load [kN] 
d1
type 100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C 
28
46

26
18
46

18
46

17
43
16
42

16
41

13
35

9.1
22
11
29

8.5
23

6.5
16

20
15
20
15
20
15
20

Emax

225
275
285
285
295
285
295

B1

190 50 35
190 50 30
190 100 60
190 50 30
190 100 60
190 50 30
190 100 60

11
11
13
11
13
11
13

max  wt.
load gr. [kg]
5
4
5
4
5
4
5

5.8
6.3
13.5
6.1
13.7
6.1
13.7

d1

36 13 11 31
36 13 21
36 13 24 46
36 13 31
36 13 34
36 13 41
36 13 44

36 11 11 31
36 11 21
36 11 24 46
36 11 31
36 11 34
36 11 41
36 11 44

Emax

permissible load [kN] 


d1
type 100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C 

OD 139.7 (ND 125)

36 14 11 31
36 14 21
36 14 24 60
36 14 31
36 14 34
36 14 41
36 14 44

28

18
43

46

45

20
15
30
15
20
15
20

230
285
320
295
305
295
305

permissible load [kN] 


d1
type 100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C 

Emax

55

26
18
50

Emax

16
40
16
41

16
40

13
34

8.9
22
11
29

8.5
23

6.5
16

B1

200 50 35
200 50 30
200 100 60
200 50 30
200 100 60
200 50 30
200 100 60

11
11
13
11
13
11
13

max  wt.
load gr. [kg]
5
4
6
4
5
4
5

6.1
6.7
16.9
6.4
14.5
6.4
14.5

permissible load [kN] 


d1
type 100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C 

B1

type 36 .. .4

OD 159.0 (ND 150)

36 16 11 30
36 16 21
36 16 24 59
36 16 31
36 16 34
36 16 41
36 16 44

28
54

25
18
49

18
43

46

44

16
40
16
41

15
40

13
34

8.8
22
11
28

8.8
23

6.7
17

20
15
30
15
20
15
20


245
300
335
310
320
310
320

B1

220 50 35
220 50 30
220 100 60
220 50 30
220 100 60
220 50 30
220 100 60

11
11
13
11
13
11
13

max  wt.
load gr. [kg]
5
4
6
4
5
4
5

6.8
7.5
18.7
7.2
16.2
7.2
16.2

 Calculation of intermediate values: linear interpolation.


 The connection load group is to be specified when ordering. On selection of a smaller load group than that
shown in the table, the E dimensions of the clamp are reduced (see table on p. 3.15). Fit: H7 f8.

 Shear lug dimensions: F minus 1mm; B1 plus 2mm (see p. 3.44).

3.30

Dynamic clamps
Selection overview OD 168.3 - OD 219.1
OD 168.3 (ND 150)
permissible load [kN] 
d1
type 100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C 

d1

B1

36 17 11
36 17 12
36 17 21
36 17 22
36 17 24
36 17 31
36 17 32
36 17 34
36 17 41
36 17 42
36 17 44

29
50

270
270
315
315
340
320
320
345
320
320
345

permissible load [kN] 


d1
type 100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C 

Emax

100

54

95

24
36
18
35
49

20
30
15
20
30
15
15
30
15
15
30

59

26
46

Emax

87

17
29
43

76

16
28
40
16
18
70

15
18
69

13
18
58

8.6
14
38
11
16
49

9
13
40

6.8
9.8
29

B1

230 50 35
240 50 45
230 50 30
240 50 40
230 100 60
230 50 30
240 50 40
240 100 80
230 50 30
240 50 40
240 100 80

11
11
11
11
13
11
11
16
11
11
16

max  wt.
load gr. [kg]
5
6
4
5
6
4
4
6
4
4
6

OD 193.7 (ND 175)


B

36 19 11 50
36 19 12 65
36 19 21
36 19 22
36 19 24 100
36 19 31
36 19 32
36 19 34
36 19 41
36 19 42
36 19 44

type 36 .. .1/2

d1

B1

type 36 .. .4

46
59

30
30
20
30
30
15
20
30
15
20
30

285
285
355
355
355
350
350
375
350
350
375

permissible load [kN] 


d1
type 100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C 

Emax

95

41
54
33
52
87

29
45
76

27
42
70
18
39
68

18
39
67

18
34
57

14
23
37
17
25
47

13
20
38

10
15
29

B1

265 50 45
275 50 45
265 50 40
275 50 45
265 100 80
265 50 40
275 50 45
265 100 80
265 50 40
275 50 45
265 100 80

11
13
11
13
13
11
13
16
11
13
16

max  wt.
load gr. [kg]
6
6
5
6
6
4
5
6
4
5
6

12.7
14.1
13.3
18.0
29.8
12.3
15.5
31.1
12.4
15.5
31.1

OD 219.1 (ND 200)

36 22 11 49
36 22 12 65
36 22 21
36 22 22
36 22 24 100
36 22 31
36 22 32
36 22 34
36 22 41
36 22 42
36 22 44

45
59

93

41
55
32
50
85

28
44
74

26
41
68
18
40
67

18
40
66

18
35
56

14
22
36
17
26
47

13
20
38

10
15
28

30
30
20
30
30
15
20
30
15
20
30


310
310
385
385
385
370
370
395
370
370
395

B1

290 50 45
300 50 45
290 50 40
300 50 45
290 100 80
290 50 40
300 50 45
290 100 80
290 50 40
300 50 45
290 100 80

11
13
11
13
13
11
13
16
11
13
16

max  wt.
load gr. [kg]
6
6
5
6
6
4
5
6
4
5
6

 Calculation of intermediate values: linear interpolation.


 The connection load group is to be specified when ordering. On selection of a smaller load group than that
shown in the table, the E dimensions of the clamp are reduced (see table on p. 3.15). Fit: H7 f8.

 Shear lug dimensions: F minus 1mm; B1 plus 2mm (see p. 3.44).

3.31

7.7
11.4
8.1
11.0
19.5
7.7
10.4
26.8
7.7
10.4
26.9

14.4
16.0
14.2
20.2
34.1
12.3
16.4
34.7
12.3
16.4
34.7

Dynamic clamps
Selection overview OD 244.5 - OD 273.0
OD 244.5 (ND 225)

100
149

45
59

92
137

41
53
32
50
85
125

28
44
74
109

26
40
68
100
18
37
63
95

18
37
62
93

18
33
55
83

14
22
36
54
18
24
44
66

14
18
34
52

10
13
26
38

30
30
20
30
30
50
15
20
30
30
15
20
30
30

B1

320
320
400
400
400
415
395
395
420
420
395
395
420
420

315
330
315
330
315
330
315
330
315
330
315
330
315
330

50
50
50
50
100
100
50
50
100
100
50
50
100
100

45
45
40
45
80
90
40
45
80
90
40
45
80
90

11
13
11
13
13
16
11
13
16
16
11
13
16
16

max  wt.
load gr. [kg]
6
6
5
6
6
7
4
5
6
6
4
5
6
6

15.3
17.0
15.3
21.6
36.0
49.2
13.7
17.9
36.6
44.3
13.7
17.9
36.6
44.3

d1

49
65

B1

36 24 11
36 24 12
36 24 21
36 24 22
36 24 24
36 24 25
36 24 31
36 24 32
36 24 34
36 24 35
36 24 41
36 24 42
36 24 44
36 24 45

Emax

permissible load [kN] 


d1
type 100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C 

OD 267.0 (ND 250)

100
150

44
59

93
137

41
54
32
50
85
125

28
44
74
109

26
40
68
101
18
38
66
97

18
38
64
96

18
34
55
83

14
22
35
54
18
25
46
68

14
19
36
53

11
15
27
40

30
30
20
30
30
50
15
20
30
30
15
20
30
30

B1

335
335
410
410
410
425
410
410
435
435
410
410
435
435

340
350
340
350
340
350
340
350
340
350
340
350
340
350

50
50
50
50
100
100
50
50
100
100
50
50
100
100

45
45
40
45
80
90
40
45
80
90
40
45
80
90

11
13
11
13
13
16
11
13
16
16
11
13
16
16

max  wt.
load gr. [kg]
6
6
5
6
6
7
4
5
6
6
4
5
6
6

16.5
18.2
16.0
22.2
37.3
51.0
14.4
18.8
38.3
46.5
14.4
18.9
38.3
46.5

OD 273.0 (ND 250)

48
65
110
165

44
59
101
151

40
54
88
130
32
50
84
124

B1

permissible load [kN] 


d1
type 100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C 
36 27 11
36 27 12
36 27 14
36 27 15
36 27 21
36 27 22
36 27 24
36 27 25
36 27 31
36 27 32
36 27 34
36 27 35
36 27 41
36 27 42
36 27 44
36 27 45

type 36 .. .1/2

d1

49
65

36 26 11
36 26 12
36 26 21
36 26 22
36 26 24
36 26 25
36 26 31
36 26 32
36 26 34
36 26 35
36 26 41
36 26 42
36 26 44
36 26 45

Emax

permissible load [kN] 


d1
type 100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C 

27
43
73
108

25
40
67
100
18
37
63
95

18
37
62
94

18
32
53
81

13
21
34
52
17
24
44
67

14
18
36
52

10
13
27
38

30
30
50
50
20
30
30
50
15
20
30
30
15
20
30
30

Emax

B1

345
345
360
360
420
420
420
435
435
435
460
460
435
435
460
460

345
355
345
355
345
355
345
355
345
355
345
355
345
355
345
355

50
50
100
100
50
50
100
100
50
50
100
100
50
50
100
100

45
45
80
90
40
45
80
90
40
45
80
90
40
45
80
90

11
13
13
16
11
13
13
16
11
13
16
16
11
13
16
16

max  wt.
load gr. [kg]
6
6
7
7
5
6
6
7
4
5
6
6
4
5
6
6

17.2
18.9
34.9
42.4
16.5
22.8
38.4
52.5
15.4
20.1
41.5
49.5
15.4
20.1
41.5
49.5

type 36 .. .4/5

 Calculation of intermediate values: linear interpolation.


 The connection load group is to be specified when ordering. On selection of a smaller load group than that
shown in the table, the E dimensions of the clamp are reduced (see table on p. 3.15). Fit: H7 f8.

 Shear lug dimensions: F minus 1mm; B1 plus 2mm (see p. 3.44).

3.32

Dynamic clamps
Selection overview OD 323.9 - OD 355.6
OD 323.9 (ND 300)
permissible load [kN] 
d1
type 100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C 

d1

B1

type 36 .. .1/2/3

Emax

B1

20
30
30
50
50
20
30
30
50
50
15
20
30
30
50
15
20
30
30
50

380
380
380
395
395
450
450
450
465
465
450
470
470
470
485
450
470
470
470
485

400
415
430
415
430
400
415
430
415
430
400
415
430
415
430
400
415
430
415
430

60
60
60
120
120
60
60
60
120
120
60
60
60
120
120
60
60
60
120
120

40
45
60
90
120
40
45
60
90
120
40
45
60
90
120
40
45
60
90
120

11
13
13
16
16
11
13
13
16
21
11
13
13
16
21
11
13
13
16
21

permissible load [kN] 


d1
type 100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C 

Emax


B1

395
395
395
410
410
480
480
480
495
495
475
495
495
495
510
475
495
495
495
510

435
445
465
445
465
435
445
465
445
465
435
445
465
445
465
435
445
465
445
465

60
60
60
120
120
60
60
60
120
120
60
60
60
120
120
60
60
60
120
120

40
45
60
90
120
40
45
60
90
120
40
45
60
90
120
40
45
60
90
120

11
13
13
16
16
11
13
13
16
21
11
13
13
16
21
11
13
13
16
21

36 32 11
36 32 12
36 32 13
36 32 14
36 32 15
36 32 21
36 32 22
36 32 23
36 32 24
36 32 25
36 32 31
36 32 32
36 32 33
36 32 34
36 32 35
36 32 41
36 32 42
36 32 43
36 32 44
36 32 45

44
65
100
163
200

40
59
100
149
200

37
56
88
137
177
31
49
88
123
186

27
43
73
107
172

25
40
69
99
165
18
38
71
98
157

18
38
70
97
155

18
32
59
82
145

13
21
38
53
94
17
25
48
69
117

14
19
37
56
91

11
15
27
42
71

max  wt.
load gr. [kg]
5
6
6
7
7
5
6
6
7
7
4
5
6
6
7
4
5
6
6
7

20
24
34
52
72
21
28
38
61
86
20
25
39
56
85
19
25
39
56
85

OD 355.6 (ND 350)

d1

B1

type 36 .. .4/5

36 36 11
36 36 12
36 36 13
36 36 14
36 36 15
36 36 21
36 36 22
36 36 23
36 36 24
36 36 25
36 36 31
36 36 32
36 36 33
36 36 34
36 36 35
36 36 41
36 36 42
36 36 43
36 36 44
36 36 45

44
65
100
165
200

40
59
100
151
200

200

37
56
96
138
193
30
48
89
121
186

200

26
42
74
105
172

175

24
39
71
97
165
18
38
70
97
164

18
37
69
96
162

18
31
59
81
143

13
20
38
53
93
17
26
49
68
119

13
20
39
55
95

10
16
28
41
73

20
30
30
50
50
20
30
30
50
50
15
20
30
30
50
15
20
30
30
50

max  wt.
load gr. [kg]
5
6
6
7
7
5
6
6
7
7
4
5
6
6
7
4
5
6
6
7

 Calculation of intermediate values: linear interpolation.


 The connection load group is to be specified when ordering. On selection of a smaller load group than that
shown in the table, the E dimensions of the clamp are reduced (see table on p. 3.15). Fit: H7 f8.

 Shear lug dimensions: F minus 1mm; B1 plus 2mm (see p. 3.44).

3.33

22
26
36
56
77
22
30
42
66
93
21
27
41
61
91
21
27
42
61
91

Dynamic clamps
Selection overview OD 368.0 - OD 406.4
OD 368.0 (ND 350)
B

B1

20
30
30
50
60
20
30
30
50
50
15
20
30
30
50
15
20
30
30
50

400
400
400
415
440
485
485
485
500
500
480
500
500
500
515
480
500
500
500
515

445
455
475
455
475
445
455
475
455
475
445
455
475
455
475
445
455
475
455
475

60
60
60
120
120
60
60
60
120
120
60
60
60
120
120
60
60
60
120
120

40
45
60
90
120
40
45
60
90
120
40
45
60
90
120
40
45
60
90
120

11
13
13
16
16
11
13
13
16
21
11
13
13
16
21
11
13
13
16
21

permissible load [kN] 


d1
type 100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C 

Emax

44
65
100
166
279

41
59
100
151
256

200

37
56
99
139
181
31
48
89
121
186

200

27
42
76
105
168

178

24
39
72
97
159
18
38
70
97
167

18
37
69
96
165

18
31
59
81
143

13
20
38
53
93
17
23
49
68
120

14
18
39
55
97

11
14
29
41
73

5
6
6
7
8
5
6
6
7
7
4
5
6
6
7
4
5
6
6
7

22
26
36
57
88
23
31
42
67
94
22
28
42
62
92
23
27
42
62
93

B1

type 36 .. .1/2/3

B1

36 37 11
36 37 12
36 37 13
36 37 14
36 37 15
36 37 21
36 37 22
36 37 23
36 37 24
36 37 25
36 37 31
36 37 32
36 37 33
36 37 34
36 37 35
36 37 41
36 37 42
36 37 43
36 37 44
36 37 45

max  wt.
load gr. [kg]

d1

d1

Emax

permissible load [kN] 


d1
type 100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C 

OD 406.4 (ND 400)

350

338

307

36
54
100
137
232
30
48
89
120
186
290

291

26
41
77
105
172
244

266

24
38
71
97
165
229
18
37
69
96
164
226

250

18
36
68
94
162
223

247

18
31
58
80
142
215

231

13
20
37
52
92
161
17
25
48
67
118
161

14
19
39
55
96
126

10
15
29
41
72
94

20
30
30
50
60
20
30
30
50
50
60
15
20
30
30
50
60
15
20
30
30
50
60

B1

430
430
430
445
470
510
510
510
525
525
580
510
530
530
530
545
600
510
530
530
530
545
600

485
495
515
495
515
485
495
515
495
515
490
485
495
515
495
515
490
485
495
515
495
515
490

60
60
60
120
120
60
60
60
120
120
310
60
60
60
120
120
310
60
60
60
120
120
310

40
45
60
90
120
40
45
60
90
120
230
40
45
60
90
120
230
40
45
60
90
120
230

11
13
13
16
21
11
13
13
16
21
21
11
13
13
16
21
21
11
13
13
16
21
21

5
6
6
7
8
5
6
6
7
7
8
4
5
6
6
7
8
4
5
6
6
7
8

24
29
40
64
98
25
34
46
73
104
187
24
30
46
67
99
191
23
30
46
67
101
191

type 36 .. .4/5
A

d1

40
59
100
150
253

B1

43
65
100
163
277

36 41 11
36 41 12
36 41 13
36 41 14
36 41 15
36 41 21
36 41 22
36 41 23
36 41 24
36 41 25
37 41 27
36 41 31
36 41 32
36 41 33
36 41 34
36 41 35
37 41 37
36 41 41
36 41 42
36 41 43
36 41 44
36 41 45
37 41 47

max  wt.

F load gr. [kg]

type 37 .. .7

 Calculation of intermediate values: linear interpolation.


 The connection load group is to be specified when ordering. On selection of a smaller load group than that
shown in the table, the E dimensions of the clamp are reduced (see table on p. 3.15). Fit: H7 f8.

 Shear lug dimensions: F minus 1mm; B1 plus 2mm (see p. 3.44).

3.34

Dynamic clamps
Selection overview OD 419.0 - OD 457.2
OD 419.0 (ND 400)
permissible load [kN] 
d1
type 100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C 

d1

B1

type 36 .. .4/5

Emax

B1

20
30
30
50
60
20
30
30
50
50
60
15
20
30
30
50
60
15
20
30
30
50
60

440
440
440
455
480
530
530
530
545
545
595
520
540
540
545
560
605
520
540
540
545
560
605

495
510
525
510
525
495
510
525
510
525
500
495
510
525
510
525
500
495
510
525
510
525
500

60
60
60
120
120
60
60
60
120
120
310
60
60
60
120
120
310
60
60
60
120
120
310

40
45
60
90
120
40
45
60
90
120
230
40
45
60
90
120
230
40
45
60
90
120
230

11
13
13
16
21
11
13
13
16
21
21
11
13
13
16
21
21
11
13
13
16
21
21

permissible load [kN] 


d1
type 100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C 

Emax


B1

470
470
470
485
510
550
550
550
585
585
615
550
570
570
575
590
635
675
550
570
570
575
590
635
675

535
545
565
545
565
535
545
565
545
565
540
535
545
565
545
565
540
550
535
545
565
545
565
540
550

60
60
60
120
120
60
60
60
120
120
310
60
60
60
120
120
310
340
60
60
60
120
120
310
340

40
45
60
90
120
40
45
60
90
120
230
40
45
60
90
120
230
250
40
45
60
90
120
230
250

13
13
13
16
21
13
13
13
16
21
21
13
13
13
16
21
21
26
13
13
13
16
21
21
26

36 42 11
36 42 12
36 42 13
36 42 14
36 42 15
36 42 21
36 42 22
36 42 23
36 42 24
36 42 25
37 42 27
36 42 31
36 42 32
36 42 33
36 42 34
36 42 35
37 42 37
36 42 41
36 42 42
36 42 43
36 42 44
36 42 45
37 42 47

43
65
100
163
276

350

39
59
100
149
253

336

307

36
55
100
136
231
29
47
87
118
186
289

291

26
40
76
103
172
243

266

24
37
70
95
165
228
18
37
69
95
158
226

250

18
36
68
93
156
224

247

18
31
57
79
140
215

231

13
20
37
51
91
161
17
25
48
66
117
161

14
21
39
54
93
126

10
15
29
40
69
94

max  wt.
load gr. [kg]
5
6
6
7
8
5
6
6
7
7
8
4
5
6
6
7
8
4
5
6
6
7
8

25
30
42
66
101
26
35
48
76
108
192
25
31
48
69
102
194
24
31
47
69
104
194

OD 457.2 (ND 450)

d1

B1

type 37 .. .7/8

36 46 11
36 46 12
36 46 13
36 46 14
36 46 15
36 46 21
36 46 22
36 46 23
36 46 24
36 46 25
37 46 27
36 46 31
36 46 32
36 46 33
36 46 34
36 46 35
37 46 37
37 46 38
36 46 41
36 46 42
36 46 43
36 46 44
36 46 45
37 46 47
37 46 48

42
65
100
160
273

350

550

38
59
100
147
250

336

504

35
55
100
134
229
29
46
87
115
186
289

433

26
40
76
100
172
242

364

24
37
70
92
165
228
18
36
68
93
166
225
342

18
35
66
92
163
222
337

18
30
56
78
139
214
321

13
19
37
51
90
160
223
16
25
47
65
116
160
223

13
20
38
53
94
125
170

10
15
29
40
70
94
125

20
30
30
50
60
20
30
30
50
50
60
15
20
30
30
50
60
70
15
20
30
30
50
60
70

max  wt.
load gr. [kg]
5
6
6
7
8
5
6
6
7
7
8
4
5
6
6
7
8
9
4
5
6
6
7
8
9

 Calculation of intermediate values: linear interpolation.


 The connection load group is to be specified when ordering. On selection of a smaller load group than that
shown in the table, the E dimensions of the clamp are reduced (see table on p. 3.15). Fit: H7 f8.

 Shear lug dimensions: F minus 1mm; B1 plus 2mm (see p. 3.44).

3.35

29
34
47
72
111
29
38
52
84
118
203
27
35
52
74
114
208
294
26
34
52
75
115
208
294

Dynamic clamps
Selection overview OD 508.0 - OD 558.8
OD 508.0 (ND 500)
B

B1

30
50
60
70
70
30
50
50
60
60
60
70
30
30
50
60
60
70
30
30
30
50
50
70

515
530
560
600
600
595
620
620
650
650
650
650
625
625
640
665
665
710
625
625
625
640
640
710

595
620
640
660
590
575
590
605
625
635
670
605
580
600
600
640
640
605
580
600
600
640
640
625

170
170
230
330
320
140
170
180
240
240
250
340
140
170
180
230
240
340
145
170
180
235
240
395

130
136
180
260
230
104
130
136
180
190
190
250
104
130
136
180
190
250
104
130
140
180
190
290

13
13
16
21
21
13
13
16
21
21
21
26
13
13
16
21
26
26
13
13
16
21
26
26

permissible load [kN] 


d1
type 100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C 

Emax

550

314
520

535

45
73
108
153
213
69
95
131
213
235
269
446

488

58
80
110
179
197
227
375

447

54
75
104
168
184
212
352
53
75
102
166
183
340

430

52
74
101
164
180
336

427

45
71
95
156
170
319

394

31
49
72
109
132
222
31
50
74
110
134
275

24
39
58
84
105
215

18
29
43
62
77
158

6
7
8
9
9
6
7
7
8
8
8
9
6
6
7
8
8
9
6
6
6
7
7
9

43
66
105
187
213
41
66
90
150
181
200
298
42
63
92
148
182
318
42
63
92
138
173
397

OD 558.8 (ND 550)

37 56 11
37 56 12
37 56 13
37 56 14
37 56 17
37 56 21
37 56 22
37 56 23
37 56 24
37 56 25
37 56 26
37 56 28
37 56 31
37 56 32
37 56 33
37 56 34
37 56 35
37 56 38
37 56 39
37 56 41
37 56 42
37 56 43
37 56 44
37 56 45
37 56 48
37 56 49

81
133
181
269
365

350
550

550

62
100
142
206
295

313
504

550

550

44
72
108
153
213
67
94
131
212
234
269
433

485

537

B1

type 37 .. .1/2/3/4/5/6
 Calculation of intermediate values: linear
interpolation.

 The connection load group


is to be specified when
ordering. On selection of
a smaller load group than
that shown in the table,
the E dimensions of the
clamp are reduced (see
table on p. 3.15).
Fit: H7 f8.

 Shear lug dimensions:

57
79
110
178
197
226
364

408

473

53
74
103
167
184
211
342
53
75
102
166
182
340
382

443

52
74
101
164
180
336
377

437

45
72
95
155
170
319
355

396

31
49
72
108
132
222
276
31
50
72
108
132
222
276

24
39
57
82
103
169
216

18
29
42
61
76
125
159

30
50
60
70
70
30
50
50
60
60
60
70
30
30
50
60
60
70
70
30
30
50
60
60
70
70

B1

550
565
595
635
635
640
655
655
680
680
680
725
650
650
665
695
695
735
735
650
650
665
695
695
735
735

645
670
690
705
645
630
640
655
675
685
720
655
630
650
650
690
690
655
665
630
650
650
690
690
655
665

170
170
230
330
320
140
170
180
240
240
250
340
140
170
180
230
240
340
400
145
170
180
235
240
340
400

130
136
180
260
230
104
130
136
180
190
190
250
104
130
136
180
190
250
290
104
130
136
180
190
250
290

F minus 1mm;
B1 plus 2mm
(see p. 3.44).

max  wt.

F load gr. [kg]
13
13
16
21
21
13
13
16
21
21
21
26
13
13
16
21
21
26
26
13
13
16
21
21
26
26

6
7
8
9
9
6
7
7
8
8
8
9
6
6
7
8
8
9
9
6
6
7
8
8
9
9

47
70
111
195
228
45
70
96
157
190
210
337
46
67
96
154
191
334
410
46
67
100
154
191
334
410

d1

350
550

62
101
142
206
294

B1

82
133
182
269
365

37 51 11
37 51 12
37 51 13
37 51 14
37 51 17
37 51 21
37 51 22
37 51 23
37 51 24
37 51 25
37 51 26
37 51 28
37 51 31
37 51 32
37 51 33
37 51 34
37 51 35
37 51 38
37 51 41
37 51 42
37 51 43
37 51 44
37 51 45
37 51 48

max  wt.
load gr. [kg]

d1

Emax

permissible load [kN] 


d1
type 100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C 

type 37 .. .7/8/9

3.36

Dynamic clamps
Selection overview OD 609.6 - OD 660.4
OD 609.6 (ND 600)
permissible load [kN] 
d1
type 100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C 

d1

B1

type 37 .. .1/2/3/4/5/6
 Calculation of intermediate values: linear
interpolation.

 The connection load group


is to be specified when
ordering. On selection of
a smaller load group than
that shown in the table,
the E dimensions of the
clamp are reduced (see
table on p. 3.15).
Fit: H7 f8.

 Shear lug dimensions:


F minus 1mm;
B1 plus 2mm
(see p. 3.44).

B1

30
50
60
70
70
70
30
50
50
60
60
60
70
30
30
50
60
60
70
70
30
30
50
60
60
70
70

575
590
620
660
660
660
670
685
685
715
715
715
760
685
685
700
730
730
770
770
685
685
700
730
730
770
770

700
720
740
760
695
705
680
690
705
725
735
770
705
680
700
700
740
740
705
720
680
700
700
740
740
720
730

170
180
230
330
320
335
140
170
180
240
240
250
340
140
170
180
230
240
340
400
145
170
180
235
240
400
435

130
136
180
260
230
250
104
130
136
180
190
190
250
104
130
136
180
190
250
290
104
130
136
180
190
290
340

16
16
16
16
21
21
16
16
16
21
21
21
26
16
16
16
21
21
26
26
16
16
16
21
21
26
26

permissible load [kN] 


d1
type 100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C 

Emax


B1

605
620
650
690
690
690
700
715
715
750
750
750
790
715
715
730
755
755
795
795
715
715
730
755
755
795
795

750
770
790
810
745
755
730
745
760
775
785
820
755
730
755
755
790
790
755
770
730
755
755
790
790
770
780

170
185
230
330
320
335
145
175
180
240
240
250
340
145
175
180
230
240
340
400
145
180
180
235
240
400
435

130
136
180
260
230
250
110
136
136
180
190
190
250
110
136
136
180
190
250
290
110
136
136
180
190
290
340

16
16
16
16
21
21
16
16
16
21
21
21
26
16
16
16
21
21
26
26
16
16
16
21
21
26
26

37 61 11
37 61 12
37 61 13
37 61 14
37 61 17
37 61 18
37 61 21
37 61 22
37 61 23
37 61 24
37 61 25
37 61 26
37 61 28
37 61 31
37 61 32
37 61 33
37 61 34
37 61 35
37 61 38
37 61 39
37 61 41
37 61 42
37 61 43
37 61 44
37 61 45
37 61 48
37 61 49

82
128
182
272
368
543

550

550

62
101
143
206
297
412

501

550

550

45
73
108
155
214
297
67
94
131
211
233
268
430

483

533

57
79
110
177
196
225
362

406

471

53
75
103
167
183
211
340
52
75
102
164
181
338
380

440

52
74
100
163
179
334
375

435
427

45
71
95
154
170
317
355

394
416

30
49
72
108
131
221
275
31
50
72
108
131
275
346

24
39
56
82
102
214
268

18
29
42
60
75
158
209

max  wt.
load gr. [kg]
6
7
8
9
9
9
6
7
7
8
8
8
9
6
6
7
8
8
9
9
6
6
7
8
8
9
9

50
73
115
199
239
299
49
75
101
166
199
220
359
50
72
101
163
201
357
438
50
72
106
163
201
438
510

OD 660.4 (ND 650)

d1

B1

type 37 .. .7/8/9

3.37

Emax

37 66 11
37 66 12
37 66 13
37 66 14
37 66 17
37 66 18
37 66 21
37 66 22
37 66 23
37 66 24
37 66 25
37 66 26
37 66 28
37 66 31
37 66 32
37 66 33
37 66 34
37 66 35
37 66 38
37 66 39
37 66 41
37 66 42
37 66 43
37 66 44
37 66 45
37 66 48
37 66 49

82
127
182
272
369
545

550

550

62
101
143
206
298
413

500

550

535

45
73
109
155
215
298
69
96
131
211
233
267
429

483

488

58
81
110
177
196
225
361

406

447

55
76
103
166
183
210
339
54
76
102
166
182
338
380

430

53
75
101
164
180
334
375

427
427

46
73
95
155
170
317
355

394
416

31
50
72
108
132
221
275
32
51
72
108
132
275
346

25
39
56
82
103
215
268

18
30
42
61
76
158
209

30
50
60
70
70
70
30
50
50
60
60
60
70
30
30
50
60
60
70
70
30
30
50
60
60
70
70

max  wt.
load gr. [kg]
6
7
8
9
9
9
6
7
7
8
8
8
9
6
6
7
8
8
9
9
6
6
7
8
8
9
9

51
78
120
207
252
316
56
86
105
175
209
231
382
57
84
106
171
209
377
460
57
89
111
171
209
460
536

Dynamic clamps
Selection overview OD 711.2 - OD 762.0
OD 711.2 (ND 700)

550

550

503

550

550

484

550

58
81
110
179
198
227
363

407

486

55
76
103
168
185
213
341
54
76
102
167
183
338
381

455

53
75
101
165
181
334
376

449
427

46
73
95
156
170
317
355

407
416

31
50
73
109
133
221
275
32
51
73
109
133
284
347

25
40
57
83
103
222
269

18
30
43
61
76
163
210

30
50
60
70
70
70
30
50
50
60
60
60
70
30
30
50
60
60
70
70
30
30
50
60
60
70
70

B1

635
650
680
720
720
720
725
745
745
770
770
770
815
740
740
755
780
780
825
825
740
740
755
780
780
785
825

800
825
840
860
880
810
780
795
810
830
840
875
810
780
805
805
845
845
810
820
780
805
805
845
845
820
835

170
190
230
330
355
335
145
175
180
240
240
250
340
145
175
180
230
240
340
400
145
180
180
235
240
400
435

130
136
180
260
260
250
110
136
136
180
190
190
250
110
136
136
180
190
250
290
110
136
136
180
190
290
340

16
16
16
16
21
21
16
16
16
21
21
21
26
16
16
16
21
21
26
26
16
16
16
21
21
26
26

max  wt.
load gr. [kg]
6
7
8
9
9
9
6
7
7
8
8
8
9
6
6
7
8
8
9
9
6
6
7
8
8
9
9

54
83
127
213
245
331
59
87
111
178
217
240
396
59
89
112
175
217
394
483
59
94
117
175
217
458
567

45
73
109
156
186
299
69
96
131
213
235
270
432

d1

62
101
143
206
253
414

82
126
182
272
328
546

B1

type 37 .. .1/2/3/4/5/6
 Calculation of intermediate values: linear
interpolation.

 The connection load group


is to be specified when
ordering. On selection of
a smaller load group than
that shown in the table,
the E dimensions of the
clamp are reduced (see
table on p. 3.15).
Fit: H7 f8.

 Shear lug dimensions:


F minus 1mm;
B1 plus 2mm
(see p. 3.44).

OD 762.0 (ND 750)

82
126
182
285
329
407
547

550

550

62
101
143
216
251
308
414

504

550

550

44
73
109
156
187
233
299
69
96
131
213
271
433

487

538

57
81
110
179
228
364

410

475

54
76
103
168
213
342
54
77
103
168
185
341
383

444

53
76
102
166
182
336
378

439
427

46
73
95
157
170
320
355

398
416

31
51
73
110
133
223
277
32
52
74
110
133
277
349

25
40
58
83
104
216
271

18
30
43
61
77
160
211

30
50
60
70
70
70
70
30
50
50
60
60
70
30
30
50
60
60
70
70
30
30
50
60
60
70
70

B1

665
680
710
750
750
750
750
760
775
775
800
800
845
765
765
780
805
805
850
850
765
765
780
805
805
850
850

850
875
895
910
930
935
860
835
845
860
880
925
860
835
855
855
895
895
860
870
835
855
855
895
895
870
885

170
190
235
330
345
370
335
145
175
180
240
250
340
145
175
180
230
240
340
400
145
180
180
235
240
400
435

130
136
180
260
260
260
250
110
136
136
180
190
250
110
136
136
180
190
250
290
110
140
140
180
190
290
340

16
16
16
16
21
21
21
16
16
16
21
21
26
16
16
16
21
21
26
26
16
16
16
21
21
26
26

max  wt.
load gr. [kg]
6
7
8
9
9
9
9
6
7
7
8
8
9
6
6
7
8
8
9
9
6
6
7
8
8
9
9

58
85
133
226
249
276
349
63
92
117
186
249
417
63
89
117
182
225
411
504
63
94
123
182
225
504
582

d1

37 76 11
37 76 12
37 76 13
37 76 14
37 76 15
37 76 16
37 76 18
37 76 21
37 76 22
37 76 23
37 76 24
37 76 26
37 76 28
37 76 31
37 76 32
37 76 33
37 76 34
37 76 35
37 76 38
37 76 39
37 76 41
37 76 42
37 76 43
37 76 44
37 76 45
37 76 48
37 76 49

Emax

B1

permissible load [kN] 


d1
type 100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C 

37 71 11
37 71 12
37 71 13
37 71 14
37 71 15
37 71 18
37 71 21
37 71 22
37 71 23
37 71 24
37 71 25
37 71 26
37 71 28
37 71 31
37 71 32
37 71 33
37 71 34
37 71 35
37 71 38
37 71 39
37 71 41
37 71 42
37 71 43
37 71 44
37 71 45
37 71 48
37 71 49

Emax

permissible load [kN] 


d1
type 100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C 

type 37 .. .8/9

3.38

Dynamic clamps
Selection overview OD 812.8 - OD 863.6
OD 812.8 (ND 800)
permissible load [kN] 
d1
type 100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C 

d1

B1

type 37 .. .1/2/3/4/5/6
 Calculation of intermediate values: linear
interpolation.

 The connection load group


is to be specified when
ordering. On selection of
a smaller load group than
that shown in the table,
the E dimensions of the
clamp are reduced (see
table on p. 3.15).
Fit: H7 f8.

 Shear lug dimensions:


F minus 1mm;
B1 plus 2mm
(see p. 3.44).

B1

30
50
60
70
70
70
70
30
50
50
60
60
70
30
30
50
60
60
70
70
30
30
50
60
60
70
70

700
715
745
785
785
785
785
790
805
805
830
830
875
790
790
805
830
830
875
875
790
790
805
830
830
875
875

905
925
950
960
985
985
910
885
895
910
930
975
910
885
905
905
945
945
910
920
885
905
905
945
945
920
935

170
185
235
330
345
370
335
145
175
180
240
250
340
145
175
180
230
240
340
400
145
180
180
250
270
400
435

130
136
180
260
260
260
250
110
136
136
180
190
250
110
136
136
180
190
250
290
110
140
140
180
190
290
340

16
16
16
16
21
21
21
16
16
16
21
21
26
16
16
16
21
21
26
26
16
16
16
21
21
26
26

permissible load [kN] 


d1
type 100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C 

Emax


B1

725
740
770
810
810
815
810
815
830
830
855
855
900
815
815
830
855
855
900
900
815
815
830
855
855
900
900

955
980
990
1015
1035
1040
965
935
950
965
985
1030
965
935
960
960
1000
1000
965
975
935
960
960
1000
1000
975
990

155
170
215
295
295
305
335
145
180
200
260
240
340
145
180
180
235
235
340
400
145
180
180
250
270
400
435

130
136
180
260
260
260
250
110
136
136
180
190
250
110
136
136
180
190
250
290
110
140
140
180
190
290
340

16
16
16
16
21
21
21
16
16
16
21
21
26
16
16
16
21
21
26
26
16
16
16
21
21
26
26

37 81 11
37 81 12
37 81 13
37 81 14
37 81 15
37 81 16
37 81 18
37 81 21
37 81 22
37 81 23
37 81 24
37 81 26
37 81 28
37 81 31
37 81 32
37 81 33
37 81 34
37 81 35
37 81 38
37 81 39
37 81 41
37 81 42
37 81 43
37 81 44
37 81 45
37 81 48
37 81 49

76
126
183
284
328
399
545

550

550

59
100
143
215
248
307
413

505

550

550

42
72
108
155
186
233
298
69
96
131
214
271
434

490

541

58
81
110
180
228
365

412

478

54
76
103
169
213
343
54
77
103
169
186
343
385

447

54
76
102
167
183
338
381

441
427

46
74
95
158
170
321
360

400
416

32
51
71
107
134
224
279
32
52
74
110
134
279
351

25
40
58
84
105
217
273

19
30
43
62
77
160
213

max  wt.
load gr. [kg]
6
7
8
9
9
9
9
6
7
7
8
8
9
6
6
7
8
8
9
9
6
6
7
8
8
9
9

60
90
135
235
258
286
372
67
101
123
195
261
440
66
98
121
191
234
432
523
66
104
127
193
236
523
612

OD 863.6 (ND 850)

d1

B1

type 37 .. .8/9

3.39

Emax

37 86 11
37 86 12
37 86 13
37 86 14
37 86 15
37 86 16
37 86 18
37 86 21
37 86 22
37 86 23
37 86 24
37 86 26
37 86 28
37 86 31
37 86 32
37 86 33
37 86 34
37 86 35
37 86 38
37 86 39
37 86 41
37 86 42
37 86 43
37 86 44
37 86 45
37 86 48
37 86 49

79
125
179
277
317
387
518

550

550

61
100
143
216
248
307
415

509

550

550

43
72
109
156
187
233
300
69
96
132
215
273
437

493

545

58
81
111
181
229
367

415

481

55
76
104
170
214
345
55
77
104
170
187
345
388

450

54
76
103
168
184
341
383

444
427

47
74
95
159
170
323
360

403
416

32
51
72
110
135
225
281
32
52
74
111
135
281
353

25
41
58
84
105
219
274

19
31
44
62
78
162
214

30
50
60
70
70
70
70
30
50
50
60
60
70
30
30
50
60
60
70
70
30
30
50
60
60
70
70

max  wt.
load gr. [kg]
6
7
8
9
9
9
9
6
7
7
8
8
9
6
6
7
8
8
9
9
6
6
7
8
8
9
9

66
101
145
243
273
304
393
72
113
136
211
286
474
70
109
133
207
255
465
564
70
116
140
207
255
566
659

Dynamic clamps
Selection overview OD 914.4 - OD 965.2
OD 914.4 (ND 900)
B1

75
121
181
285
329
400
544

760
775
805
845
845
845
845
840
855
855
880
880
925
925
850
850
865
880
880
935
935
850
850
865
880
880
935
935

1005
1030
1045
1065
1085
1090
1015
985
1000
1015
1035
1080
1015
1025
985
1010
1010
1050
1050
1015
1025
985
1010
1010
1050
1050
1025
1040

180
185
250
330
365
390
335
145
175
220
240
250
340
400
145
175
180
230
240
340
400
145
180
180
260
320
400
435

130
136
180
260
260
260
250
110
136
136
180
190
250
290
110
136
136
180
190
250
290
110
140
140
180
190
290
340

16
16
16
16
21
21
21
16
16
16
21
21
26
26
16
16
16
21
21
26
26
16
16
16
21
21
26
26

550
550

61
100
143
216
248
301
413

511
550

550

43
72
108
156
186
233
299
69
97
132
216
274
438
495

544

58
81
111
181
230
368
416

479

55
77
104
170
215
346
390
54
77
103
170
187
343
387

449

53
76
102
168
185
339
382

443
427

46
74
95
156
170
322
360

402
416

32
51
68
97
135
225
280
32
52
74
111
135
280
353

25
40
58
84
106
219
274

18
30
43
62
78
161
214

30
50
60
70
70
70
70
30
50
50
60
60
70
70
30
30
50
60
60
70
70
30
30
50
60
60
70
70

max  wt.
load gr. [kg]
6
7
8
9
9
9
9
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
6
6
7
8
8
9
9
6
6
7
8
8
9
9

69
100
146
245
275
306
394
72
112
137
213
288
478
574
73
110
134
206
258
475
579
73
117
141
208
264
579
680

d1

B1

type 37 .. .1/2/3/4/5/6
 Calculation of intermediate values: linear
interpolation.

 The connection load group


is to be specified when
ordering. On selection of
a smaller load group than
that shown in the table,
the E dimensions of the
clamp are reduced (see
table on p. 3.15).
Fit: H7 f8.

 Shear lug dimensions:


F minus 1mm;
B1 plus 2mm
(see p. 3.44).

OD 965.2 (ND 950)




B1

75
128
181
277
328
387
518

785
800
830
870
870
870
870
865
880
880
905
905
950
950
875
875
890
905
905
960
960
875
875
890
905
905
960
960

1055
1080
1090
1115
1135
1140
1065
1040
1060
1080
1090
1130
1065
1075
1040
1060
1080
1105
1125
1065
1075
1040
1080
1080
1100
1120
1075
1090

155
180
230
295
290
295
335
145
180
225
250
300
340
400
145
180
225
240
295
340
440
145
180
225
240
295
400
435

130
150
195
260
260
260
250
110
146
186
205
250
250
290
120
146
186
205
250
250
330
120
150
190
205
250
290
340

16
16
16
16
21
21
21
16
16
16
21
21
26
26
16
16
16
21
21
26
26
16
16
16
21
21
26
26

550
550

58
103
146
216
249
324
415

513
550

550

550

41
74
111
156
187
234
300
69
100
144
225
295
440
498

512

546

59
84
119
186
247
370
418

431

482

55
79
113
177
232
348
391
51
79
115
170
202
345
403

450

51
78
113
168
199
341
398

445
427

48
76
105
166
185
324
380

403
416

33
52
67
98
140
226
292
33
53
82
115
146
281
354

26
41
64
88
114
220
275

19
31
48
65
84
162
215

30
50
60
70
70
70
70
30
50
50
60
60
70
70
30
30
50
60
60
70
70
30
30
50
60
60
70
70

max  wt.
load gr. [kg]
6
7
8
9
9
9
9
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
6
6
7
8
8
9
9
6
6
7
8
8
9
9

72
112
163
262
296
353
430
81
118
152
231
308
512
603
81
115
151
224
293
510
613
81
124
159
221
288
608
690

d1

37 97 11
37 97 12
37 97 13
37 97 14
37 97 15
37 97 16
37 97 18
37 97 21
37 97 22
37 97 23
37 97 24
37 97 26
37 97 28
37 97 29
37 97 31
37 97 32
37 97 33
37 97 34
37 97 35
37 97 38
37 97 39
37 97 41
37 97 42
37 97 43
37 97 44
37 97 45
37 97 48
37 97 49

Emax

B1

type

permissible load [kN] 


d1
100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C 

37 91 11
37 91 12
37 91 13
37 91 14
37 91 15
37 91 16
37 91 18
37 91 21
37 91 22
37 91 23
37 91 24
37 91 26
37 91 28
37 91 29
37 91 31
37 91 32
37 91 33
37 91 34
37 91 35
37 91 38
37 91 39
37 91 41
37 91 42
37 91 43
37 91 44
37 91 45
37 91 48
37 91 49

Emax

type

permissible load [kN] 


d1
100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C 

type 37 .. .8/9

3.40

Dynamic clamps
Selection overview OD 1016 - OD 1067
OD 1016 (ND 1000)
A

d1

type

B1

type 37 .. .1/2/3/4/5/6
 Calculation of intermediate values: linear
interpolation.

 The connection load group


is to be specified when
ordering. On selection of
a smaller load group than
that shown in the table,
the E dimensions of the
clamp are reduced (see
table on p. 3.15).
Fit: H7 f8.

 Shear lug dimensions:


F minus 1mm;
B1 plus 2mm
(see p. 3.44).

Emax


B1

77
120
182
281
323
387
518

30
50
60
70
70
70
70
30
50
50
60
60
70
70
30
30
50
60
60
70
70
30
30
50
60
60
70
70

810
825
855
895
895
895
895
890
905
905
930
930
975
975
900
900
915
930
930
985
985
900
900
915
930
930
985
985

1110
1130
1140
1165
1185
1190
1115
1090
1110
1130
1140
1180
1115
1125
1090
1110
1130
1155
1175
1115
1125
1090
1130
1130
1150
1170
1125
1140

165
180
230
295
295
305
335
145
180
225
250
300
340
400
145
180
225
240
295
340
440
145
180
225
240
295
400
435

130
150
195
260
260
270
250
110
146
186
205
250
250
290
120
146
186
205
250
250
330
120
150
190
205
250
290
340

16
16
16
16
21
21
21
16
16
16
21
21
26
26
16
16
16
21
21
26
26
16
16
16
21
21
26
26

permissible load [kN] 


d1
100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C 

Emax


B1

76
120
182
281
323
387
518

835
850
880
920
930
930
920
915
930
930
955
955
1000
1000
925
925
940
955
955
1010
1010
925
925
940
955
955
1010
1010

1160
1185
1190
1220
1240
1245
1170
1140
1165
1185
1195
1235
1170
1180
1140
1165
1185
1210
1230
1170
1180
1140
1185
1185
1205
1225
1180
1195

165
180
230
295
295
305
335
145
180
225
250
300
340
400
145
180
225
240
295
340
440
145
180
225
240
290
400
435

130
150
195
260
260
270
250
110
146
186
205
250
250
290
120
146
186
205
250
250
330
120
150
190
205
250
290
340

16
16
16
16
21
21
21
16
16
16
21
21
26
26
16
16
16
21
21
26
26
16
16
16
21
21
26
26

550
550

59
102
142
217
250
328
416

515
550

550

550

42
74
111
157
188
237
301
70
100
141
225
290
442
499

514

548

59
84
117
187
240
371
420

433

484

55
79
111
177
228
349
393
52
79
115
171
203
346
405

452

51
78
114
169
200
342
400

447
427

48
76
106
167
185
325
380

405
416

33
52
66
103
137
226
293
33
53
82
116
147
282
356

26
42
64
88
114
220
276

19
31
48
65
84
163
216

max  wt.
load gr. [kg]
6
7
8
9
9
9
9
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
6
6
7
8
8
9
9
6
6
7
8
8
9
9

76
111
166
267
298
359
435
82
117
155
236
324
519
606
81
113
154
226
295
513
620
81
122
159
225
288
614
726

OD 1067 (ND 1050)


type
d1

B1

type 37 .. .8/9

3.41

37 T0 11
37 T0 12
37 T0 13
37 T0 14
37 T0 15
37 T0 16
37 T0 18
37 T0 21
37 T0 22
37 T0 23
37 T0 24
37 T0 26
37 T0 28
37 T0 29
37 T0 31
37 T0 32
37 T0 33
37 T0 34
37 T0 35
37 T0 38
37 T0 39
37 T0 41
37 T0 42
37 T0 43
37 T0 44
37 T0 45
37 T0 48
37 T0 49

permissible load [kN] 


d1
100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C 

37 T1 11
37 T1 12
37 T1 13
37 T1 14
37 T1 15
37 T1 16
37 T1 18
37 T1 21
37 T1 22
37 T1 23
37 T1 24
37 T1 26
37 T1 28
37 T1 29
37 T1 31
37 T1 32
37 T1 33
37 T1 34
37 T1 35
37 T1 38
37 T1 39
37 T1 41
37 T1 42
37 T1 43
37 T1 44
37 T1 45
37 T1 48
37 T1 49

550
550

59
100
141
218
254
327
417

516
550

550

42
75
111
157
187
236
302
70
100
144
226
289
443
501

516

550

59
84
119
187
239
373
421

434

485

55
79
113
177
227
350
394
52
80
115
171
203
348
406

454

51
79
114
169
201
343
401

448
427

48
76
105
168
186
326
382

407
416

33
53
66
98
137
227
293
33
53
82
116
147
283
357

26
42
64
89
115
221
277

19
31
48
65
85
163
216

30
50
60
70
70
70
70
30
50
50
60
60
70
70
30
30
50
60
60
70
70
30
30
50
60
60
70
70

max  wt.
load gr. [kg]
6
7
8
9
9
9
9
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
6
6
7
8
8
9
9
6
6
7
8
8
9
9

86
121
179
282
318
362
470
88
127
166
251
342
559
655
88
123
165
243
317
550
664
88
134
170
240
308
659
770

Dynamic clamps
Selection overview OD 1118 - OD 1168
OD 1118 (ND 1100)
B1

77
120
186
281
323
387
518

860
875
905
945
955
955
945
940
955
955
980
980
1025
1025
950
950
965
980
980
1035
1035
950
950
965
980
980
1035
1035

1210
1235
1240
1270
1290
1295
1220
1190
1215
1235
1245
1285
1220
1230
1190
1215
1235
1260
1280
1220
1230
1190
1235
1235
1255
1275
1230
1245

165
180
235
295
295
310
335
145
180
230
250
300
340
400
145
180
225
240
295
340
440
145
180
225
240
295
400
435

130
150
195
260
260
280
250
110
146
190
205
250
250
290
120
146
186
205
250
250
330
120
150
190
205
250
290
340

16
16
16
16
21
21
21
16
16
16
21
21
26
26
16
16
16
21
21
26
26
16
16
16
21
21
26
26

550
550

59
100
138
217
254
326
414

518
550

550

42
75
109
158
188
239
303
70
100
148
227
294
445
503

518

550

59
82
121
191
243
374
423

436

487

55
78
114
179
231
351
395
52
80
116
172
204
349
408

456

51
79
114
170
201
344
402

450
427

48
76
106
168
185
327
382

408
416

33
52
67
98
139
228
293
34
54
80
116
148
284
358

26
42
62
89
115
222
278

19
31
47
65
85
164
217

30
50
60
70
70
70
70
30
50
50
60
60
70
70
30
30
50
60
60
70
70
30
30
50
60
60
70
70

max  wt.
load gr. [kg]
6
7
8
9
9
9
9
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
6
6
7
8
8
9
9
6
6
7
8
8
9
9

86
127
180
290
321
403
472
87
126
174
256
347
557
656
86
122
169
247
323
553
668
88
131
169
243
312
664
773

d1

B1

type 37 .. .1/2/3/4/5/6
 Calculation of intermediate values: linear
interpolation.

 The connection load group


is to be specified when
ordering. On selection of
a smaller load group than
that shown in the table,
the E dimensions of the
clamp are reduced (see
table on p. 3.15).
Fit: H7 f8.

 Shear lug dimensions:


F minus 1mm;
B1 plus 2mm
(see p. 3.44).

OD 1168 (ND 1150)




B1

75
120
181
279
323
387
518

885
900
930
970
980
980
970
965
980
980
1005
1005
1050
1050
975
975
990
1005
1005
1060
1060
975
975
990
1005
1005
1060
1060

1260
1285
1295
1320
1340
1345
1270
1240
1265
1285
1295
1335
1270
1280
1240
1265
1285
1310
1330
1270
1280
1240
1285
1285
1305
1325
1280
1295

165
180
235
295
295
310
335
145
180
230
250
300
340
400
145
180
225
240
295
340
440
145
180
225
240
295
400
435

130
150
195
260
260
280
250
110
146
190
205
250
250
290
120
146
186
205
250
250
330
120
150
190
205
250
290
340

16
16
16
16
21
21
21
16
16
16
21
21
26
26
16
16
16
21
21
26
26
16
16
16
21
21
26
26

550
550

58
98
139
219
254
326
420

519
550

550

41
75
111
158
188
239
303
70
101
149
227
293
446
504

520

550

59
85
121
189
242
375
424

437

488

56
80
114
179
230
352
397
52
80
116
172
205
350
409

457

51
79
115
170
202
345
404

451
427

48
77
107
169
186
328
383

409
416

33
53
66
98
138
229
293
34
54
80
117
148
285
359

26
42
62
89
115
222
279

19
32
47
66
85
164
218

30
50
60
70
70
70
70
30
50
50
60
60
70
70
30
30
50
60
60
70
70
30
30
50
60
60
70
70

max  wt.
load gr. [kg]
6
7
8
9
9
9
9
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
6
6
7
8
8
9
9
6
6
7
8
8
9
9

93
127
194
295
342
414
495
94
138
186
272
369
563
654
94
133
180
264
342
594
667
94
144
182
260
333
661
831

d1

37 T3 11
37 T3 12
37 T3 13
37 T3 14
37 T3 15
37 T3 16
37 T3 18
37 T3 21
37 T3 22
37 T3 23
37 T3 24
37 T3 26
37 T3 28
37 T3 29
37 T3 31
37 T3 32
37 T3 33
37 T3 34
37 T3 35
37 T3 38
37 T3 39
37 T3 41
37 T3 42
37 T3 43
37 T3 44
37 T3 45
37 T3 48
37 T3 49

Emax

B1

type

permissible load [kN] 


d1
100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C 

37 T2 11
37 T2 12
37 T2 13
37 T2 14
37 T2 15
37 T2 16
37 T2 18
37 T2 21
37 T2 22
37 T2 23
37 T2 24
37 T2 26
37 T2 28
37 T2 29
37 T2 31
37 T2 32
37 T2 33
37 T2 34
37 T2 35
37 T2 38
37 T2 39
37 T2 41
37 T2 42
37 T2 43
37 T2 44
37 T2 45
37 T2 48
37 T2 49

Emax

type

permissible load [kN] 


d1
100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C 

type 37 .. .8/9

3.42

Dynamic clamps
Selection overview OD 1219
OD 1219 (ND 1200)
type

d1

B1

type 37 .. .1/2/3/4/5/6

37 T4 11
37 T4 12
37 T4 13
37 T4 14
37 T4 15
37 T4 16
37 T4 18
37 T4 21
37 T4 22
37 T4 23
37 T4 24
37 T4 26
37 T4 28
37 T4 29
37 T4 31
37 T4 32
37 T4 33
37 T4 34
37 T4 35
37 T4 38
37 T4 39
37 T4 41
37 T4 42
37 T4 43
37 T4 44
37 T4 45
37 T4 48
37 T4 49

permissible load [kN] 


d1
100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C 

Emax


B1

74
122
183
281
323
387
518

910
925
955
995
1005
1005
995
990
1005
1005
1030
1030
1075
1075
1000
1000
1015
1030
1030
1085
1085
1000
1000
1015
1030
1030
1085
1085

1315
1335
1345
1370
1390
1395
1320
1295
1315
1335
1345
1385
1320
1330
1295
1315
1335
1360
1380
1320
1330
1295
1335
1335
1355
1375
1330
1345

165
180
235
295
295
310
335
145
180
230
250
300
340
400
145
180
225
240
295
340
440
145
180
225
240
295
400
435

130
150
195
260
265
280
250
110
146
190
205
250
250
290
120
146
186
205
255
250
330
120
150
190
205
250
290
340

16
16
16
16
21
21
21
16
16
16
21
21
26
26
16
16
16
21
21
26
26
16
16
16
21
21
26
26

550

56
99
137
217
254
322
415

521
550

550

40
75
108
159
189
240
304
67
101
147
228
293
447
505

521

550

55
84
121
189
242
376
425

438

490

52
80
115
179
230
353
398
52
80
116
173
206
350
410

458

51
79
115
171
204
346
405

452
427

49
77
107
169
188
329
385

410
416

31
52
66
98
139
229
293
34
54
78
117
148
286
361

26
42
60
89
116
223
280

19
32
45
66
85
165
218

max  wt.
load gr. [kg]
6
7
8
9
9
9
9
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
6
6
7
8
8
9
9
6
6
7
8
8
9
9

d1

 Calculation of intermediate values: linear interpolation.


B1

 The connection load group is to be specified when ordering. On selection of a smaller load group than that
shown in the table, the E dimensions of the clamp are reduced (see table on p. 3.15). Fit: H7 f8.

 Shear lug dimensions: F minus 1mm; B1 plus 2mm (see p. 3.44).


F

type 37 .. .8/9

3.43

30
50
60
70
70
70
70
30
50
50
60
60
70
70
30
30
50
60
60
70
70
30
30
50
60
60
70
70

93
136
195
310
362
415
530
94
139
186
275
373
607
708
92
134
183
267
364
596
718
94
142
183
263
337
712
831

Shear lugs
Type 3L

Fx

Due to the minimal forces to be absorbed, the


weld seam stresses can be kept at a low level,
despite the small dimensions of the shear lugs.
As a rule they lie under 35% of the yield strength
or creep stress limit for Load Case H according
to the permissible ASME or DIN values.

Fcontor.

Selection

OD

The selection of suitable shear lugs is made after


selection of the dynamic clamp and the corresponding dimensions F and B1 according to the
selection tables of dynamic clamps on pages
3.29 3.43
Shear lug dimension
1.5 x N

Fpipe

Ffriction
Ffriction = Fpipe 
 = 0.1...0.4 (friction figure)

catalog dimensions
B1 plus 2mm

Fx E = (Fcontor. + Ffriction) OD
2

N
2xN

0 2mm

To secure dynamic clamps


type 36/37 against misalignment due to compressive
stress and off-axis load
applications, LISEGA offers
standardized shear lugs.

The shear lugs secure the position of the dynamic clamps in the expected direction of force
and are practically unstressed. Even in a load
case, friction forces from the pipe-clamp-contact ensure firm positioning. Lateral forces are
negligable.

N = catalog dimensions F minus 1mm

Force distribution in a dynamic clamp with shear lug

The specified materials for the shear lugs are


materials delivered from stock and delivered at
short notice. The customer is responsible for
the suitability of the pipe material on hand and
for the weld seam sizes.
type number
1st place 2nd place 3rd place 4th place 5th place 6th place
3

3rd 6th places of pipe dampers


type numbers e.g.: 36 22 31
2
2
3
1

7th place 8rd place


0
0
0
0
0
0

1
2
3
4
5
6

material 
S235JR
S355J2
16Mo3
13CrMo4-5
10CrMo9-10
X10CrMoVNb9-1

Order details:
shear lug
type 3L .. .. - ..

 Different materials on request.

Order example
For shear lug on a pipe clamp type 36 22 31
for a pipe made from material 13CrMo4-5:
Order number 3L 22 31-04

3.44

Installation and operating instructions


Type 30
Snubbers are precision
components of crucial importance for safety. Correspondingly, great care must
be taken when dealing with
them. Attention to the
following points in these
instructions is the prerequisite for their proper
functioning.

1 Transport and storage


LISEGA snubbers are high-precision components of great relevance for safety that must
be treated with special care during transport,
storage, unpacking and handling before and
after installation.
Snubbers and their ancillary components must
be stored in enclosed spaces. They must be
protected from dirt and damage. It is recommended that they should be left in their original packaging until installation. Any transport
damage incurred or damage caused during
their handling on installation must be reported
at once to the manufacturer.

type 36

type 30

Snubbers are not suitable in any way as


substitutes for steps or ladders. Before work
such as sand blasting, welding, painting etc.
is carried out in the close vicinity of a snubber,
the snubber must be dismantled and removed
or protected.

Name plate type 30

Stamped on the name plate are:









 sight glass

3 Installation

 travel indicator

type 35





Typical installation situation


for type 30

 name plate
 piston rod casing

 connecting lug

2 Delivery condition
The shock absorbers are supplied as fully
operational components including hydraulic
fluid. On type 30 the connecting lugs are
bolted on one side to the base of the shock
absorber and on the other to the piston rod
and secured with locking bolts.

Hanger with snubber type 30


and dynamic clamp type 34 with
position-securing plates

LISEGA shock absorbers are manufactured entirely of non-rusting materials. They therefore
require no additional surface treatment. The
threaded connecting lugs are galvanized and
white chromatized.
Weld-on brackets type 35 are supplied separately
with the appropriate bolts. The surface protection
hereby consists of a weldable primer.
For shipment the type 30 shock absorbers are
packed singly with retracted pistons in suitable
crates.

3.45

type designation
nominal load
theoretical travel
description of hydraulic fluid
serial number
order number
marking and ident. number, if required

The snubbers must be inspected for damage


before installation. It must also be ensured
that the connecting lugs are firmly attached.
The connection components on site and the
connecting brackets must be fully welded.
The arrangement of the connection brackets
must always be selected so that the maximum
deflection angle is in the direction of the greatest operational heat expansion. The lateral displacement is restricted to a maximum of  6.
Misalignment of the connection brackets should
be prevented, due to the limited possibility of
movement.
Any welding at the connections or in their
vicinity should take place before installation of
the snubbers.
For installation, the type 30 snubbers are to be
brought to the required installation dimension
(dimension from connection bolt to connection
bolt) by extending the piston rods to the necessary installation dimension.

To avoid undesirable blockage of the snubber


the rods must be extended slowly, smoothly
and below lock-up velocity. The piston rod of
the smaller snubbers can be shifted manually.
The dead weight of the large-bore snubbers
can also be utilized by suspending the snubber
from the connecting lug of the piston rod.
The snubbers can be installed in any orientation. The piston rod should be connected to
the heat-conducting component so that any
radiated heat can be dissipated through the
protective casing. When a snubber extension is
used, the exetension should be connected to
the heat source.
The snubbers should be installed in such way
that the sight glasses for fluid checks are easily
visible from the maintenance walkway.
Connections between components must be
form-fit for load actuation. Pin connections in
the flow of force must be trakt fit sufficiently.

piston rod casing


sight glass

name plate

travel indicator

connection lug

max.
90

travel reserve
for piston end
Type 30

travel reserve
for piston end

working range

4 Inspection and maintenance


Under normal operating conditions the snubbers are designed to function trouble-free for
the maximum lifespan of a plant. To maintain the operating capacity of the snubbers
at all times preventive maintenance is recommended. For this, see p. 47, 'Maintenance
recommendations'.

If after installation of the snubber welding work


on the connections has to be carried out, care
must be taken that no welding current passes
through the snubber.
After assembly of a complete system the subsequent inspection of every point of application
is recommended:
A. Inspection of all connection points for forceand form-fitting attachment (locking- bolts on
the connection lugs, securing of all boltings at
connections).
B. Inspection of the installation position for
freedom of movement on expansion. Care must
be taken that the connection lugs in the connection brackets remain freely movable and that the
piston cannot run into the end of snubber travel.
A travel reserve of min. 10 mm at the end positions is recommended for the piston position.
The position can be read off the travel indicator.

Support of a vertical pipe system section by type 30


snubbers with extension type 33 and dynamic clamp
type 34.

Before commissioning of the plant a final visual


inspection of all snubbers and their installation
positions is recommended.

3.46

Installation and operating instructions


Maintenance recommendations snubbers
Snubbers are crucially
important components for
the safety of a plant. They
serve to protect the piping
systems and other components from dynamic overloading from unplanned
load cases. As these events
occur unpredictably, the
full functional safety of the
snubbers at all times must
be guaranteed.

Under normal operating conditions the service life of the snubbers is designed to match
the maximum operational life (60 years) of a
plant. The seals and hydraulic fluid should be
exchanged at least once during this period, at
the latest after 23 years.
Under certain conditions of use (extreme loading), premature aging or increased mechanical
wear cannot be excluded. In accordance with
the stringent demands concerning reliability,
preventive maintenance is recommended.
The performance of maintenance work is the
responsibility of the plant operator.
Measures
1. Regular inspection
Visual inspection once a year
2. Extended testing
Function test, at the latest after
12 years of operation
Implementation
The inspection and maintenance work must be
carried out by specially trained personnel.

Test bench for snubbers

3.47

If required, this work can be performed by


specially trained LISEGA service technicians.
Fully certified testing facilities are available
for dynamic function tests these mobile test
benches can be brought to the plant.
1 Regular inspection
The regular inspection consists of a visual
check and should be carried out once a year
on all components installed. The first inspection should be directly before commissioning.
In the course of this inspection not only the
snubbers but also the installation situation and
surrounding conditions must be controlled. The
procedure should be carried out with a checklist containing the following information:





all positions to be inspected, with details


of their locations.
planned, operation-related displacements
in connections
special ambient or operational conditions
maintenance measures previously
carried out

The following points are to be checked at the


installation position:








name plate data, for conformity


with check list
connections at attachment points for
force-fitting
freedom of movement for the snubbers
on operational deflections
position of piston rod for sufficient stroke,
incl. travel reserve (min. 10mm)
external condition for possible signs of
damage or leakage
immediate surroundings for any indications of unusual operational stresses, e.g.
increased temperature
inspection glass for fluid level

As long as the reservoir piston is not visible in


inspection glass there is sufficient fluid reserve
in the reservoir. If the reservoir piston is visible
a leakage of fluid must be assumed.
Observations and conclusions must be recorded
on the checklist and if necessary supplemented
by recommendations for corrective measures.

After successful testing the snubbers can be


re-installed. If any anomalies in behavior are
noted, the components in question should be
dismantled and the condition of the functionally
important individual units examined. The plant
management is responsible for any necessary
corrective measures and for their documentation.
The scope of the inspections and the selection
of the snubbers to be tested should be agreed
on between the plant management and the
service engineer involved. The different forms of
stress (temperature, radiation, loads, operational
vibrations) should receive particular attention.

3
Securing pipe systems with
snubbers type 30

The time-point and scope of the next extended


inspection is to be determined on the basis of
the recorded test findings.
It is recommended that, after 23 years of operation at the latest, the seals and hydraulic fluid
should be exchanged. After the professional
execution of this work, the use of original LISEGA
spare parts, and successful function testing, the
snubbers can go into operation for a further 23
years.

2 Extended inspection
A supplementary inspection is carried out after
an operational period of 12 years in which a
small selection of the snubbers installed (min.
2 units per type) are subjected to an additional
function test.

Use of snubbers type 30

3.48

Installation and operating instructions


Type 35


1 Delivery condition

Welding procedure

LISEGA weld-on brackets type 35 are supplied


painted and with fitted bolts. The surface protection hereby consists of a weldable primer,
unless otherwise noted.

1. Remove bolts from weld-on bracket


2. Preheat weld-on bracket from
type 35 79 19 and above to appr. 100C
3. Use base electrodes
4. Apply the weld seam in layers to avoid
welding distortion.
Welding sequence: see below

2 Installation
The connection components and connecting
brackets on site must be fully welded.

Max. angulation of type 35

type
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35
35

19
29
39
49
59
69
79
89
99
09
20

13
13
13
13
19
19
19
19
11
13
19

=15 =30 =45


= 6 = 6 = 6
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
5.5
7.5
10.5
14.5
15.0
14.0
23.0

3.0
3.0
3.0
4.0
7.0
9.5
13.5
18.0
20.0
17.0

3.0
3.0
3.0
5.0
8.0
11.0
15.5
21.0
23.0
19.0

Explanation of weld seam


symbols:

=
in mm

The arrangement of the weld-on brackets should


always be so arranged that the max. angulation
is in the direction of the operational thermal
expansion (  ). The lateral displacement
is restricted to max.  6 (  ). Any misalignment of the weld-on brackets should be
prevented due to the hereby limited freedom of
movement.
Welding at the connecting components or in
their immediate vicinity should be carried out
before installation of the snubbers, rigid struts,
etc.
The following procedure is recommended for
the welding of the brackets:
The minimum weld seam thickness for weldon brackets type 35 depends on the angulations  and . In the calculation a permissible
stress of 90N/mm2 in load case H was the basis.
On an increase in the angulation  to 90 the
permissible stresses are reduced by approx.
15% at constant weld seam thickness (a min.
at  = 45).
The relevant load table (technical specifications p. 0.5) applies for the permissible
stresses.

3.49

5. Allow the weld-on bracket to cool


down to 100C after every layer

Schweifolge Type 35

Note: Welding must be carried out only by


qualified personnel and is to be supervised
by the technical department.

3 Surface protection
After completion of the attachment, the primer
surface of the weld-on brackets can be painted.
It is urgently advised to do this before installation of the snubber.

Installation and operating instructions


Type 3D
1 Transport and storage

3 Installation

Care must be taken during transport that


the viscoelastic damper type 3D is always in
upright position to avoid any leakage of the
damping medium. When storing in the open
the dampers are to be protected from dirt and
water.

For installation, attention must be paid to


the information in the installation instructions
for the pipe systems. The LISEGA viscoelastic
damper, which is supplied with installation
load (cold load) is transported to the place of
assembly in an upright position. A force-fitting
connection of the upper and lower connection
plates is made to the pipe system and steel2 Delivery condition
LISEGA viscoelastic dampers are delivered pre- work. For this, the transport brackets must
set to cold condition (offset). This is ensured by be removed. The screw torque values can be
found in the table at the side.
the transport brackets, which keep the offset
position fixed in place between the upper and
lower sections of the damper. If not ordered
4 Commissioning
otherwise the blocking position (offset position For types 3D.. ..-D it is recommended that the
plant should be started up slowly so that the
x = 0, y = 0, z = 0) is supplied.
dampers can adjust to operating temperatures,
otherwise strong reaction forces could develop
For a weight greater than 20kg, an M16 inner
thread of limited engagement depth is located that exceed the specified nominal loads. If rein the upper connection plate for attachment to quired, the dampers could be brought to operational temperature by means of supplementary
a hoist.
z
heating. During commissioning the relative posy
ition of the upper and lower connection plates
changes to hot load position, as calculated

x
beforehand.






 lower connection plate
 casing
 position indicator
 transport bracket
 upper connection plate
 connection thread

Removal of transport brackets

thread
size
M
M
M
M
M
M

12
16
20
24
30
36

screw torque
values * [Nm]
4.6
5.6
29
71
138
235
475
1080

39
95
184
315
635
1440

* Values acc. to VDI 2230 Appendix A, friction value = 0.14

During operation the damper should function


roughly in middle position, otherwise the dynamic characteristics of the damper change. If
the middle position in the tolerance range is
not reached the calculations are to be reviewed.

5 Inspection and maintenance


LISEGA viscoelastic dampers are in principle
free of maintenance, but a annual visual inspection is recommended. For revision purposes the
transport brackets can be attached again.

M16 for hoist


 name plate

The following information is stamped on the


name plate:






type
serial and commission number
nominal load
operating temperature
ident. number

= Working range of type 3D


at the middle position

3D 10 44-D
13-GF-12

10kN

1310741

40C

LAB15BQ020
Name plate type 3D

3.50

Installation and operating instructions


Type 36, 37
1 Transport and storage
Care must be taken that the dynamic clamps
are not damaged during transport. It is recommended that the components are only stored
in dry, enclosed spaces. If storage in the open
is unavoidable, the clamps must be protected
from dirt and water.
Type 36 .. .1/2/3

2 Delivery condition
LISEGA dynamic clamps are supplied with all
the necessary boltings for installation. For reasons of dispatch optimization the clamps may
be delivered partially assembled.

Shear lugs
In order to avoid any kind of twist of the clamp
it is recommended that shear lugs be fitted.
See also p. 3.44 on this.
Type 37 .. .1/2/3/4/5/6

The dimensions of the recesses for the shear


lugs can be found in the selection tables for
dynamic clamps on pp. 3.29 3.43.

3 Installation
Type 36
This design consists of a massive upper section with integrated connecting bracket and,
depending on the load range, with one or two
U-bolts and a shim plate.
Type 36 .. .4/5

For installation the pre-assembled U-bolts must


be removed. The upper part, fitted with a lug
recess, is seated on the shear lug. The U-bolt
is inserted from the opposite side together
with the shim plate and at first only loosely
screwed. The position of the clamp is to be
checked again for proper alignment. The bolts
can then be tightened and locked.
Type 37
This design is the heavy duty version for large
pipe diameters and heavy loads.
As a rule, type 35, the weld-on bracket suitable
for the load, is already welded on. If the bracket is delivered separatly at customer request,
the welding instructions on p. 3.16 are to be
followed when welding.
The counterpart to the upper section of the
clamp consists, depending on the load, of one
or two flat steel straps which are connected by
bolts to the upper section for transport.
For installation the flat steel straps must be removed by loosening the bolt connections. The
upper part with the lug recess is seated on the
shear lug. From the opposite side the flat steel
strap is inserted into the bolt-on clevis and
fastened with the bolts, which are then locked
with splints.

Type 37 .. .7/8/9

The position of the clamp must be checked


once again for proper alignment. The bolts can
then be firmly tightened. To avoid unintentional
loosening the hexagon nuts on the bolts must
be locked with tab washers.

3.51

4
PRODUCT
GROUP

Pipe clamps, clamp bases,


pipe connecting parts

Pipe clamps, clamp bases,


pipe connecting parts

Pipe clamps, clamp bases,


pipe connections
Contents

Page

Field of application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.1


Product description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.3
Product supplements for pipe clamps and clamp bases . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.7
Special designs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.9
Selection of pipe clamps and clamp bases . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.10
Selection tables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.11
Pipe clamps and clamp bases OD 21.3 1219  600C . . . . . . . . . . . 4.11
Pipe clamps and clamp bases OD 21.3 1219  600C . . . . . . . . . . . 4.52
U-bolts type 40 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.64

4
0
1
2
3

Weld-on lugs for pipes type 41 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.65


Weld-on lugs for pipe elbows type 41 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.66
Connection plates type 77 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.67
Lift-off restraints for clamp bases type 49 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.68
Installation and operating instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.69

PRODUCT
GROUP

5
6
7
8
9
4.0

Product group 4
Field of application
In high temperature pipe
systems, pipe clamps and
clamp bases are the most
highly stressed and hence
the most vulnerable components in the support
chain due to the effects of
such high temperatures.
However, pipe clamps
are seldom checked, as
access is difficult after
commissioning due to the
surrounding insulation.

Standardization
Pipe clamps, clamp bases, pipe weld-on lugs
and U-bolts all fall into the category of pipe
connections. For these products, the design
criteria of the pipe systems lead to wide variations, and so to a particularly large number
of components. The dynamic clamps of product
group 3 also belong in principle to this group.
The design of both horizontal and vertical
piping is determined by:





diameters
loads
temperature of the medium
insulation thicknesses

For proper coverage of the whole spectrum


with safe components, LISEGA provides a
complete program of standardized products
for the whole field of application.
Following the special requirements of this field,
the corresponding ideal design has been developed.
Diameters range from OD 21.3 to OD 1219,
the temperature range extends to 650C and

4.1

the permissible loads divided into economical


areas of operation cover the highest level
of the practical field of application.

4


complete and clearly structured data


tables simplify planning

all supplies from a single source through


integration into a comprehensive support
program (LISEGA modular system)

Because of their critical field of application


the design and construction of the pipesurrounding components require special attention.

superior quality at competitive prices


through rational series production and
technically advanced designs

As a matter of principle, just as much care


and attention should be given to the pipe
supports as to the piping itself, since the
pipe systems can never be better than their
supports!

consistent standardization enables


instant availability

favorable performance / weight ratios,


easy-to-install designs and connection
compatibility of LISEGA components
allow efficient installation

design in accordance with current codes


ensures maximum operational safety

These standardized components form an


integral part of the LISEGA modular system,
so load and connection compatibility are
correspondingly assured.

Quality

The most important prerequisite for reliable


component quality is comprehensive standardization.

When choosing suitable products the customer


should therefore place his confidence in com- 
ponents of proven quality.
Plant designers, constructors and operators
can all benefit from the standardization of the
whole spectrum of application with state-ofthe-art design:

heat loss reduced through compact


component dimensions

certifications by independent testing


institutes can be supplied

for pipe clamps used at higher


temperature ranges, materials certified
acc. to EN 102043.1 are used

4.2

Product description
Horizontal clamps Type 41, 42, 43, 44
1 Weld-on lug type 41

Type 41

2.2 Horizontal clamp type 42 .. .9

This clamp is used for larger pipe dimensions.

Type 42 .. 17

3 Horizontal clamp type 43


Type 42 .. .9
Type 43

Type

44 .. .1
.2
.3

4 Horizontal clamp type 44

This type is mainly used as a pipe connection A rigid yoke takes up the load from a pipefor pipe systems under 80C on horizontal
surrounding U-bolt with a shim plate. From
pipes or pipe elbows.
certain diameters, temperatures or load ranges,
a flat steel strap is used instead of a round
steel U-bolt.
2.1 Horizontal clamp type 42 .. 17
This clamp can be used as a construction
Completely eliminating welds, the individual
clamp or hanger clamp in cold piping syscomponents are formfitted with plug connectems. The field of application is limited to
tions and bolted to each other (Patent No.
smaller pipe dimensions.
DE 3817059).

Type

44 .. .4
.5
.6
.7
.8
.9

This hanger clamp follows the traditional flat


steel design. Its use is limited to an economical range up to an individual weight of approximately 25kg. Connection to the load chain
is made by bolts and LISEGA threaded eye
nuts type 60.

Horizontal clamp type 44 is used where type


43 reaches economic limits. These are essentially the hightemperature, large pipe diameters in high load ranges.
Connection to the load chain is made with a
lug and LISEGA clevis type 61. The connection
lug is designed to accommodate connection
bolts in a number of LISEGA load groups.

The application range of the pipe clamps can


extend over several LISEGA load groups due
to the interdependency of load on temperature in material properties. For this, the
eye nuts are so designed that at least three
corresponding bolt diameters can be accommodated.

Same function reduced weight

Type 44 .. 51
.2
.3
.4
.5
.6
.7
Pipe clamp type 43
weight 27kg

U-bolt type 44
weight 14kg

Weight reduction through type 44:


Comparison of a LISEGA pipe clamp with a pipe clamp of traditional shape following
the same design criteria, load 32kN, temperature 300C.

4.3

Product description
Riser clamps Type 45, 46, 48
1 Riser clamp type 45

Type 46, for load support using 4 shear


lugs welded to the pipe. Two lugs are
in general used only for NW  150 and
must be so arranged that they are
located directly above the side section.

Type 48, for load support using trunnions


welded to the pipe.

With the riser clamp type 45 the lower load


and temperature ranges are covered. This
design is particularly economical for its diameter range.
Connection to the vertical piping is made
with shear lugs welded to the pipe. The
design and fitting of the lugs is the responsibility of the piping manufacturer.
Connection to the load chain is made with
connecting bolts and LISEGA threaded eye
nuts type 60. At least 3 LISEGA load groups
can be covered.

The bore hole diameter for trunnions amounts


to approx. 1/3 of the pipe diameter in accordance with ASME Code Case N3923 and
DIN EN 13480 3.

Connection to the load chain is done with


integrated lugs designed for connection to
When ordering, the span required (dimension L) LISEGA threaded clevises type 61.
must be specified.
The connecting lugs are shaped in such a way
that they can accommodate the connection
2 Riser clamp type 46/48
bolts for several LISEGA load groups.
The design of this riser clamp uses the box

Riser clamp type 45


with connections

Riser clamp type 46


with connections

shape for its economical use of material.

The inner dimensions of the box, which are


required for the later trunnion calculations
The individual parts are connected without
(N dimension) can, depending on the pipe
welding by means of connections, then
locked to each other (Patent No. DE 3817015). diameter OK, be taken from the table at the
bottom right.
Connection to the vertically arranged pipe
system can be made in two different ways
and so requires two different designs:

Riser clamp type 48


with connections

Materials of pipe clamps and clamp bases


clamp
materials
type

S235JR

horizontal clamps
type 41
type 42
type 43
type 44
riser clamps
type 45
type 46
type 48
clamp bases
type 49 .. .1
type 49 .. .2
type 49 .. .3
type 49 .. .4
type 49 .. .5

S355J2

16Mo3

13CrMo4-5 21CrMoV5-7 10CrMo9-10 x10CrMoVNb9-1

x
x
x
x

x
x
x

x
x
x

x
x
x

x
x

x
x

x
x
x

x
x
x

x
x
x

x
x
x

x
x

x
x

Inner width of box (N-dim.)


of riser clamps type 46/48

pipe diameter
x

 OD 100
OD 100  OD 400
 OD 400

N-Dim.
OD + 12mm
OD + 22mm
OD + 32mm

4.4

Product description
Clamp base Type 49
Clamp bases are generally used as slide
bearings (loose supports) for horizontally
arranged pipe systems.

The fixed installation heights relate, for all


diameters, to the respective lower rim of
the pipe and change by 50mm or 100mm
increments.

As with pipe clamps, the application spectrum covers a diameter range from OD 21.3
to OD 1219 and a temperature range up to
600C; for OD up to 88.9: 650C.

The standard dimensions selected for the


support height of the pipes, as well as the
length of the slide bases, cover the majority
of applications.

In addition to the support load, the operating


temperature of the pipe system is an essential criterion in the design of clamp bases;
the material to be used is determined by
this. The installation height is governed by
the thickness of the insulation.
Fixed installation heights are assigned to
the temperature ranges in order to keep the
number of sizes within a reasonable range.

Different applications, according to temperature and loads, require different clamp base
designs.
If required, components with special dimensions can be supplied. A small selection is
shown on p. 4.9 in the section Special designs.

Possible load applications


on a clamp base
= friction coefficient

material

Steel / steel

~0.3

Steel / PTFE

~0.1

Steel / high temperature ~0.10.18


component to 280C
Steel / high temperature
component from 280C
to 350C

~0.25

Clamp base heights dependent on temperature of the medium and on pipe diameter

Further information on p. 7.11


Temp. up to
350C
Temp. up to
500C
Temp. up to
560C
Temp. up to
600C (650C)

4.5

50

100

150

200

Pipe

21.388.9

21.3558.8

1081219

323.91219

100

150

200

250

300

Pipe

21.326.9

33.776.1

88.9193.7

219.1457.2

5081219

150

200

250

300

Pipe

21.376.1

88.9168.3

193.7323.9

355.61219

150 (200)

200 (250)

250

300

Pipe

21.376.1

88.9168.3

193.7323.9

355.61219

1 Design for low temperatures and


small pipe diameters

The shape of the base plate permits the simple


mounting of lift-off restraints (Fig. 1). The lowThe design for this field of application consists er section is so designed that it can be fitted
of two omega-shaped halves. On installation with a stainless steel plate as a sliding surface for a slide component. See also product
with the piping the lower section is firmly
supplements, p. 4.7.
bolted and forms the slide base.
In the upper section the pipe is held in position by bolting.

3 Special designs


Through the free space under the pipe gained


by the design of the component, constant
ventilation of this area is ensured. This is
essential for cold pipe systems, as otherwise
pipe corrosion caused by moisture could result

after only a short time. These clamp bases
are electro-plated (galvanized) as a standard.

2 Design for medium and high


temperatures
This design consists of a shaped lower metal

plate, firmly welded to two pipe clamps. The
lower section is fitted, according to the respective design load, with a reinforcing gusset.

If required, special lengths or heights are


possible. For very large expansion displacement it might be more expedient to
arrange for correspondingly long support
surfaces on site.

Version 1:
Clamp base for low pipe
temperatures
type 49 .. .1, 49 .. .2

For special pipe diameters not contained


in the selection tables, either corresponding intermediate sizes are supplied, or
suitable inlay plates are provided for
slight diameter differences.
If required, double or multiple guides on
the basis of standard clamp bases can be
supplied (see also special designs, p. 4.9).

Version 2:
Clamp base for medium
and high temperatures
type 49 .. .3, .4, .. .5

These clamp bases can be used in a variety of ways. By using two lower sections
set against each other, a double guide can
be easily produced (Fig. 2). By additionally
fitting lateral guides, guidance from all sides
can be provided.
Examples of use:

(Fig. 1)
Clamp base type 49 with lift-off
restraint. Permissible loads and
dimensions, see p. 4.68

(Fig. 2)
Clamp base type 49 .. .. GP
as double guide

Clamp base type 49 .. .. G2A


as guide

4.6

Product supplements for


pipe clamps and clamp bases
Pipe clamps and clamp
bases are often equipped
with supplementary parts
for special applications.
For this purpose LISEGA
offers a wide variety of
possibilities.

1 Stainless steel inlay plates


For the support of austenitic pipe systems, all
LISEGA pipe clamps and clamp bases can be
fitted with stainless steel inlay plates of the
material 1.4301 (X5 CrNi 1810). These plates
must be ordered separately and are offered
with the following type numbers:
For type series 36: Stainless steel plate 36 .. .. -IP
For type series 37: Stainless steel plate 37 .. .. -IP
For type series 42: Stainless steel plate 42 .. .. -IP
For type series 43: Stainless steel plate 43 .. .. -IP
For type series 44: Stainless steel plate 44 .. .. -IP
For type series 45: Stainless steel plate 45 .. .. -IP
For type series 46/48: Stainl.st.plate 46/48 .. .. -IP
For type series 49 .. 11/12:
Stainless steel plate 49 .. .. -IP
For type series 49 .. 13/14:
Stainless steel plate 2x 42 .. .. -IP
Material thickness: 0.5mm

2 Stainless steel slide plates

Stainless steel slide plate under


clamp base type 49, high temperature slide plate and spring
support type 29

To reduce friction resistance in clamp bases,


all of them can be fitted with stainless steel
sliding surfaces of the material 1.4301 (X5
CrNi 1810). These sliding surfaces, in combination with PTFE slide plates type 70 (up to
180C) or the new LISEGA hightemperature
sliding material (up tp 350C), reduce friction
forces by approx. 10 20% of the support
load. See also section slide plates p. 7.10
This version of the clamp bases with slide
plates must be ordered separately. For this,
please add the type number suffix SP:
Examples: 49 22 14-SP
49 27 14-G2A-SP
The installation height of the clamp base
increases by approx. 3mm.

3 Lift-off restraints
type 49 00 01 to 49 00 05

Lift-off restraint

4.7

The clamp bases can if required be fitted


with lift-off restraints. These restraints ensure
that the clamp base remains in position if the
support load is too small or the clamp base
cannot be welded on. They can be ordered
according to the selection tables (p. 4.68).

Type 43 with inlay plate

Type 44 with inlay plate

4 Connection plates type 77

6 Pipe guides type 49 .. .. -G..

Two pipe clamps types 43 and 44 can be


coupled with connection plates. This way the
load can be doubled. A selection is shown on
p. 4.67.

It is often necessary to limit the piping in its


displacement horizontally, vertically or in both
directions. On the basis of the type 49 standard designs, pipe guides are offered here as a
variant corresponding to the standard design
When ordering, this is made clear by replacing in form and load capacity. The order number
the type designation of the clamps with 77. is made up from the standard type number
and the desired features of the design.
Example type 43:
77 09 39 for clamps 43 01 19 43 09 59
Example:
77 17 39 for clamps 43 10 19 43 17 59
type 49 standard:
49 .. ..
77 19 13 for clamps 43 19 19 43 19 59
type 49 double guide parallel:
49 .. .. -G2P
type 49 lateral guide angulated: 49 .. .. -G2A
type 49 triple lateral guide:
49 .. .. -G3
Example type 44:
type 49 foursided guide:
49 .. .. -G4
77 66 38 for type 44 66 38
The load group must be specified for type 44,
as the upper connection (type 60) must be
correspondingly selected.

These designs can be fitted with extra slide


plates.

4
Connection plates type 77
on pipe clamps type 43/44

5 Anti-corrosion separating tape


Separating tapes are used when the pairing of dissimilar materials in pipe and pipe
supports must be electrically separated to
prevent local corrosion. This way, the piping
can be fitted with supports of more economical martensitic materials, and still be more
effectively protected.
The adhesive separating tapes can be applied
in a temperature range from 35C to +210C
and are largely resistant to acids, bases and
solvents. They are applied as adhesive tape
(in part multilayered) to the grease-free piping at the point where the pipe clamp body
surrounds the pipe. The material thickness
amounts to only 0.5mm.
The tapes are supplied in different widths
to suit the clamps. The order designation of
10m-lengths is:
Order details:
Anti-corrosion separating tape type 42 00 ..

Type 49 .. .. -G2P

Type 49 .. .. -G2A
Pipe bearing (type 49 .. .. -G2P)

type
42
42
42
42
42
42
42

00
00
00
00
00
00
00

04
05
06
07
08
09
10

width [mm]
b=40
b=50
b=60
b=70
b=80
b=90
b=100

type
42
42
42
42
42
42

00
00
00
00
00
00

11
12
15
17
20
22

width [mm]
b=110
b=120
b=150
b=170
b=200
b=220

Type 49 .. .. -G3

Type 49 .. .. -G4

4.8

Special designs
For pipe supports, the
application of standardized
components has long since
proven itself through
enormous savings in time
and costs where design,
shipment and installation
are concerned. This applies particularly to pipe
clamps and clamp bases.
However, the general complexity of pipe systems requires an extremely wide
range of applications for
these components, which
in special cases demands
the use of special designs.
For the technically correct
solution it is necessary
in such cases to rely on
experienced professionals, who can offer triedand-tested solutions and
calculation processes.

Special designs
The standardized LISEGA program of pipesurrounding support components is comprehensive and covers all general cases of
applications, going well beyond the usual
spectrum in this field. In spite of this, more
complicated cases sometimes occur where
only a special design can provide the best
solution. Among other things, special designs
are most often called for in the following
situations:











Special design type 48 (seated)

unusually restricted spaces


avoidance of interferences
custom-made anchors
exceptionally high load requirements
special pipe diameters
especially high temperatures
(up to 1000C)
larger insulation thicknesses
unusual angles in piping
special trunnion diameters
shear lugs

LISEGAs customers are not left alone in such


situations. For these special problem cases, an
experienced team of technicians and engineers
is on hand, ready to react rapidly and flexibly
with the right solutions. They are backed up
by a range of computer software programs
developed in-house. On top of this, a broad
repertoire of tried-and-tested basic designs is
available.

Special design type 48 for an angulating


pipe system

Theres no problem that cant be solved


this conviction is powerful motivation for
LISEGAs experts. We are happy to give our
customers proof of this at any time!
Special design type 38

Support for a vertical pipe section


with special design type 45

4.9

LISEGA triple joint (special design)

Special design type 49 with displacement control

Selection of pipe clamps


and clamp bases
The following points are important for application:

5.5 Checking of the span width in riser clamps


(L DIM.).

All data needed for determination of the


correct component and a clearly defined
order are outlined in the selection tables.

5.6 Decision as to whether trunnions or


shear lugs are to be used for riser
clamps type 46/48.

The connection geometries are compatible


with those of the LISEGA connection
components. Due to the wide load application range, connection components from
several LISEGA load groups can be attached.

5.7 Agreement of the connection with the


load chain required can be checked via
the LISEGA load group ranges.
5.8 Specify the component selected by entering the relevant LISEGA type number.

The dimensions and geometries listed in the


selection tables can vary slightly as regards
6
design: The permissible loads apply as shown.

When selecting a suitable clamp base the


points 5.1 5.3 should be followed.

The lengths of the connecting lugs are so


designed that the connection points lie
outside the economical insulation thicknesses.

All pipe clamps and clamp bases can be


fitted with corresponding stainless steel
inlay plates for use with pipe systems
made of austenitic materials. These
components can be found on p. 4.7.

6.1 The heights specified (dimension H) and


the lengths (dimension A) are standard
dimensions (see selection tables) and cover
the most common cases of application.
If required, the components can be supplied
with different dimensions.

When selecting a suitable pipe clamp the


following sequence is to be followed:

5.3 Determination of the permissible load to


be covered. The permissible operational
load taken from the selection table must
not be exceeded at any time. The linear
interpolation of the permissible load for
intermediate temperatures is allowed.
5.4 Checking of installation dimension E and
width B for agreement with the installation
conditions on site. The dimensions can
be taken from the selection tables.

The selection tables on


the following pages offer
an overview of the fields
of application. They are
classified in rising stages
according to pipe diameters. All pipe clamps and
clamp bases coming into
consideration for a planned
pipe system can therefore
be found on one page.
The high-temperature
range (600C 650C) is
included as a supplementary section.

Attention must also be paid to selection


of the correct height (dimension H) which
depends on the thickness of the insulation.

5.1 Determination of the relevant page for the


outer diameter (OD) of the pipe system to
be supported. The normal pipe tolerances
8
are covered.
5.2 Determination of the relevant temperature
range in the column for the desired support
type, horizontal or vertical.

Pipe clamps and clamp bases can be


supplied as special designs for unusual
applications and conditions (see pp. 4.6
to 4.9 for this).
In the design and construction of LISEGA
pipe clamps and clamp bases, their application in cases of increased requirements
was also taken into account. In accordance
with the LISEGA quality management system, separate manufacturing is required
for this. The type designation thereby
changes in the 5th place by addition of
a 5 (see also pp. 0.7 and 0.8 on this).

By coupling two pipe clamps


with connection plates type 77
the loads can be doubled.
A selection can be found
on p. 4.67.

4.10

Selection table
OD 21.3

Temp. of medium  600C


from page 4.52
Load doubling via type 77,
see page 4.67

Pipe clamps, clamp bases, OD 21.3 (ND 15), type 42, 43, 45, 49
d4

type

100

42 01 17

2.5

type

100

250

350

560

d4

wt.
[kg]

load
group

10.5

22

43

26

0.14

C-D

d2

wt.
[kg]

load
group

M10

28

30

0.3

C-2

600C

d1

wt.
[kg]

load
group

1.5

12
12
12

100
135
135

30
30
30

0.5
0.6
0.6

C-2
C-2
C-2

580 600C

E
A

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

d2

E
E
L

d1

4.11

350

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

560

580

600C

42 01 19 5.3
4.0
2.9
Heat-resistant materials, see pp. 0.9 and 4.4

d1

250

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

type

100

250

350

43 01 19
43 01 39
43 01 49

6.1

4.7

3.4
5.8

type

100

250

350

45 01 11
45 01 11
45 01 11
45 01 11
45 01 11
45 01 31
45 01 31
45 01 31
45 01 31
45 01 41
45 01 41
45 01 41
45 01 41

4.4
3.7
2.7
2.1
1.9
9.0
6.6
5.2
4.3
8.7
6.4
5.0
4.2

3.6
2.9
2.2
1.7
1.4
7.6
5.6
4.4
3.7
7.8
5.8
4.5
3.7

2.5
2.1
1.5
1.2
1.0
6.5
4.8
3.8
3.1
7.3
5.4
4.2
3.5

5.6
4.1
3.3
2.7
6.4
4.7
3.7
3.0

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

type

100

250

350

49 01 11
49 01 12
49 01 25
49 01 35
49 01 45

1.1
1.6
3.7
4.2
5.4

0.8
1.2
2.8
3.8
4.6

0.6
0.9
2.4
3.2
4.4

5.2

4.3
6.7

3.6
5.9

2.3
4.5

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

1.9
2.8
3.9

4.9
3.6
2.8
2.3
4.9
3.6
2.8
2.3

1.8
2.6
3.7

4.0
3.0
2.3
1.9
4.3
3.2
2.5
2.0

2.6
3.6

560

2.6
1.9
1.5
1.2
3.2
2.4
1.9
1.5

2.5
3.4

580

1.2
2.8

560

2.1

wt. load
[kg] group

580 600C

d1

1.3
1.0
0.8
0.6
2.0
1.5
1.2
1.0

1.5
1.1
0.8
0.7

12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12

25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25

50
50
50
50
50
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
70

250
300
400
500
600
300
400
500
600
300
400
500
600

2.2
2.5
3.2
3.8
4.4
4.2
5.3
6.4
7.5
4.2
5.3
6.4
7.5

C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4

560

580 600C

wt.
[kg]

61
111
111
161
161

100
150
175
175
175

40

65

70 230
100 230
100 230

50
100
100
150
150

0.6
1.3
1.6
2.3
2.7

1.7
2.3

1.7

1.1
0.8
0.6
0.5

1.3

Selection table
OD 26.9

Temp. of medium  600C


from page 4.52
Load doubling via type 77,
see page 4.67

Pipe clamps, clamp bases, OD 26.9 (ND 20), type 42, 43, 45, 49
100

42 02 17

2.5

type

100

250

350

560

d4

wt.
[kg]

load
group

10.5

25

48

26

0.15

C-D

d2

wt.
[kg]

load
group

M10

33

30

0.3

C-2

600C

d1

wt.
[kg]

load
group

1.5

12
12
12

110
135
135

30
30
30

0.5
0.6
0.6

C-2
C-2
C-2

580 600C

d4

E
A

type

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

250

350

43 02 19
43 02 39
43 02 49

6.1

4.7

3.4
5.8

type

100

250

350

45 02 11
45 02 11
45 02 11
45 02 11
45 02 11
45 02 31
45 02 31
45 02 31
45 02 31
45 02 41
45 02 41
45 02 41
45 02 41

4.6
3.7
2.7
2.2
1.8
9.3
6.8
5.3
4.4
8.9
6.5
5.1
4.2

3.7
3.0
2.2
1.7
1.4
7.8
5.7
4.5
3.7
8.1
5.9
4.6
3.8

2.6
2.1
1.6
1.2
1.0
6.7
4.9
3.8
3.2
7.5
5.5
4.3
3.5

5.8
4.2
3.3
2.7
6.5
4.8
3.7
3.1

type

100

250

350

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

49 02 11
49 02 12
49 02 25
49 02 35
49 02 45

1.1
1.6
3.7
4.3
5.4

0.8
1.2
2.8
3.8
4.6

0.6
0.9
2.4
3.3
4.4

5.2

4.3
6.7

3.6
5.9

2.3
4.5

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

1.9
2.8
4.0

5.0
3.7
2.9
2.4
5.0
3.7
2.9
2.4

1.8
2.7
3.7

4.1
3.0
2.4
2.0
4.4
3.2
2.5
2.1

2.6
3.7

560

2.7
2.0
1.5
1.2
3.3
2.4
1.9
1.6

2.6
3.4

580

1.2
2.8

560

2.1

d1

1.4
1.0
0.8
0.6
2.1
1.5
1.2
1.0

1.5
1.1
0.9
0.7

12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12

25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25

50
50
50
50
50
70
70
70
70
70
70
70
70

250
300
400
500
600
300
400
500
600
300
400
500
600

2.2
2.5
3.2
3.8
4.4
4.2
5.3
6.4
7.5
4.2
5.3
6.4
7.5

C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4

560

580 600C

wt.
[kg]

63
113
113
163
163

100
150
175
175
175

40
65
70
100
100

230
230
230

50
100
100
150
150

0.6
1.4
1.6
2.3
2.7

1.7
2.3

1.8

1.3

d2

wt. load
[kg] group

580 600C

1.1
0.8
0.6
0.5

L
d1
E

100

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

type

42 02 19 5.3
4.0
2.9
Heat-resistant materials, see pp. 0.9 and 4.4

d1

600C

580

560

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

350

250

4.12

Selection table
OD 33.7

Temp. of medium  600C


from page 4.52
Load doubling via type 77,
see page 4.67

Pipe clamps, clamp bases, OD 33.7 (ND 25), type 42, 43, 45, 49
d4

type

100

42 03 17

2.5

type

100

250

350

560

580 600C

d4

wt.
[kg]

load
group

10.5

32

54

26

0.16

C-D

E
A

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

d2

350

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

560

580

d2

wt.
[kg]

load
group

M10

36

30

0.4

C-2

600C

d1

wt.
[kg]

load
group

1.8

12
12
12

120
165
165

30
30
40

0.6
0.8
1.1

C-2
C-2
C-2

600C

42 03 19 5.3
4.0
2.9
Heat-resistant materials, see pp. 0.9 and 4.4

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

type

100

250

350

43 03 19
43 03 39
43 03 49

6.1

4.7
6.5

3.4
5.8

type

100

250

350

45 03 11
45 03 11
45 03 11
45 03 11
45 03 11
45 03 31
45 03 32
45 03 31
45 03 32
45 03 31
45 03 32
45 03 31
45 03 32
45 03 41
45 03 42
45 03 41
45 03 42
45 03 41
45 03 42
45 03 41
45 03 42

5.8
4.7
3.4
2.6
2.2
9.6
10
6.9
10
5.4
10
4.5
10
9.3

4.6
3.8
2.7
2.2
1.8
8.1
10
5.9
10
4.6
10
3.8
10
8.3

3.3
2.7
2.0
1.5
1.3
6.9
9.8
5.0
9.8
3.9
9.8
3.2
9.8
7.8

6.0
9.3
4.3
9.3
3.4
9.3
2.8
9.3
6.8

5.2
9.0
3.7
9.0
2.9
9.0
2.4
9.0
5.2

4.3
9.0
3.1
9.0
2.4
9.0
2.0
9.0
4.6

6.7

6.0

5.6

4.9

3.8

3.3

5.2

4.7

4.4

3.8

3.0

4.3

3.9

3.6

3.1

2.4

2.6
9.0
2.1
9.0

type

100

250

350

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

49 03 11
49 03 12
49 03 25
49 03 35
49 03 45

1.1
1.6
3.3
4.6
5.4

0.8
1.2
2.8
4.1
4.6

0.6
0.9
2.4
3.5
4.4

5.2
6.7

4.3
6.7

3.6
6.7

560

2.3
5.3

580

1.2
3.4

2.5

d1

250

d1

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

2.8
8.9
2.0
8.9
1.6
8.2
1.3
6.8
3.5
8.9
2.5
8.9
1.9
8.9
1.6
8.4

560

wt. load
[kg] group

580 600C

d1

1.4
7.3
1.0
5.3
0.8
4.2
0.6
3.5
2.2
8.7
1.6
8.1
1.2
6.4
1.0
5.3

1.6
8.2
1.1
6.0
0.9
4.7
0.7
3.9

12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12

25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25

60
60
60
60
60
70
90
70
90
70
90
70
90
70
90
70
90
70
90
70
90

250
300
400
500
600
300
300
400
400
500
500
600
600
300
300
400
400
500
500
600
600

2.7
3.0
3.8
4.5
5.3
4.2
10.2
5.3
13.0
6.4
15.8
7.5
18.7
4.2
10.2
5.3
13.0
6.4
15.8
7.5
18.7

C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4

560

580 600C

wt.
[kg]

67
117
167
167
167

100
150
175
175
175

45
70
102
102
102

230
230
230

50
100
150
150
150

0.7
1.5
2.3
2.4
2.8

1.2
6.1
0.8
4.5
0.6
3.5
0.5
2.9

4.13

1.9
3.0
4.0

1.8
2.8
3.7

2.8
3.7

2.7
3.4

1.9
2.3

1.8

1.3

Selection table
OD 42.4

Temp. of medium  600C


from page 4.52
Load doubling via type 77,
see page 4.67

Pipe clamps, clamp bases, OD 42.4 (ND 32), type 42, 43, 45, 49
100

42 04 17

2.5

type

100

250

350

560

580 600C

d4

wt.
[kg]

load
group

10.5

45

66

26

0.19

C-D

d4

E
A

type

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

560

580

d2

wt.
[kg]

load
group

M10

40

30

0.4

C-2

600C

d1

wt.
[kg]

load
group

1.8

12
12
12

135
180
180

30
30
40

0.7
0.9
1.2

C-2
C-2
C-2

600C

100

250

350

43 04 19
43 04 39
43 04 49

6.1
6.7

4.7
6.5

3.4
5.8
6.7

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530
5.2
6.7

4.3
6.7

3.6
6.7

560

2.3
5.3

580

1.2
3.4

2.5

type

42 04 19 5.3
4.0
2.9
Heat-resistant materials, see pp. 0.9 and 4.4

d2

350

d1

250

350

45 04 11
45 04 11
45 04 11
45 04 11
45 04 39
45 04 31
45 04 32
45 04 39
45 04 31
45 04 32
45 04 39
45 04 31
45 04 32
45 04 39
45 04 31
45 04 32
45 04 41
45 04 42
45 04 41
45 04 42
45 04 41
45 04 42
45 04 41
45 04 42

9.0
6.5
5.1
4.1

7.2
5.2
4.0
3.3

5.1
3.7
2.9
2.4

18
24

15
24

13
23

11
22

10
22

14
24

12
24

10
23

8.8
21

7.6
19

11
24

9.6
23

8.2
20

7.1
17

9.5
23

8.0
19

6.9
17

5.9
14

6.1
15
5.0
5.1
13
9.9
22
7.7
19
6.2
15
5.2
13

9.9
24
8.3
20

10
22
8.0
19
6.7
16

5.0
5.5
13
4.1
4.1
10
3.3
3.3
8.5
2.8
2.8
7.1
6.8
17
5.1
13
4.1
10
3.4
8.8

2.8
2.8
7.1
2.1
2.1
5.4
1.7
1.7
4.3
1.4
1.4
3.6
4.3
10
3.2
8.3
2.6
6.6
2.2
5.5

580 600C

d1

3.2
8.1
2.4
6.1
1.9
4.9
1.6
4.1

12
12
12
12
12
16
16
12
16
16
12
16
16
12
16
16
12
16
12
16
12
16
12
16

25
25
25
25
25
30
30
25
30
30
25
30
30
25
30
30
25
30
25
30
25
30
25
30

70
70
70
70
70
70
100
70
70
100
70
70
100
70
70
100
70
100
70
100
70
100
70
100

300
400
500
600
350
350
350
450
450
450
550
550
550
650
650
650
350
350
450
450
550
550
650
650

2.4
6.0
1.8
4.6
1.4
3.7
1.2
3.1

wt. load
[kg] group
4.3
5.4
6.5
7.6
7.2
7.2
13.4
8.9
8.9
16.5
10.5
10.5
19.7
12.2
12.2
22.8
7.0
13.4
8.6
16.5
10.3
19.7
11.9
22.8

C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-D
1-4
1-4
C-D
1-4
1-4
C-D
1-4
1-4
C-D
1-4
1-4
C-4
1-4
C-4
1-4
C-4
1-4
C-4
1-4

L
d1

10
24
9.1
22

10
23
9.2
22
7.7
19

8.4
21
5.0
6.3
16
5.0
5.1
13
4.3
4.3
10
9.0
22
6.8
17
5.4
13
4.5
11

560

250

100

type

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

type

100

250

350

49 04 11
49 04 12
49 04 25
49 04 35
49 04 45

1.1
1.6
3.4
4.7
5.5

0.8
1.2
2.9
4.2
4.7

0.6
0.9
2.4
3.6
4.5

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

2.0
3.1
4.0

1.8
2.9
3.8

2.9
3.7

2.8
3.5

560

1.9
2.4

580 600C

1.8

1.3

wt.
[kg]

71
121
171
171
171

100
150
175
175
175

45
70
102
102
102

230
230
230

50
100
150
150
150

0.7
1.6
2.4
2.4
2.9

4.14

Selection table
OD 48.3

Temp. of medium  600C


from page 4.52
Load doubling via type 77,
see page 4.67

Pipe clamps, clamp bases, OD 48.3 (ND 40), type 42, 43, 45, 49
d4

type

100

42 05 17

2.5

type

100

250

350

560

580 600C

d4

wt.
[kg]

load
group

10.5

54

77

26

0.25

C-D

E
A

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

d2

350

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

560

580

d2

wt.
[kg]

load
group

M10

45

30

0.4

C-2

600C

d1

wt.
[kg]

load
group

1.8

12
12
12

140
185
185

30
30
40

0.7
0.9
1.2

C-2
C-2
C-2

600C

42 05 19 5.3
4.0
2.9
Heat-resistant materials, see pp. 0.9 and 4.4

type

100

250

350

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

43 05 19
43 05 39
43 05 49

6.1
6.7

4.7
6.5
6.7

3.4
5.6
6.7

4.8
6.7

4.3
6.7

3.6
6.7

560
1.2
3.4

2.3
5.3

580

2.5

d1

250

d1

100

250

350

45 05 11
45 05 11
45 05 11
45 05 11
45 05 39
45 05 31
45 05 32
45 05 39
45 05 31
45 05 32
45 05 39
45 05 31
45 05 32
45 05 39
45 05 31
45 05 32
45 05 41
45 05 42
45 05 41
45 05 42
45 05 41
45 05 42
45 05 41
45 05 42

10
7.7
5.9
4.9

8.1
5.9
4.6
3.7

5.8
4.2
3.3
2.7

22
24

18
24

16
23

13
22

12
22

16
24

14
24

12
23

10
22

9.0
22

13
24

11
24

9.6
23

8.3
21

11
24

9.3
24

8.0
20

6.9
17

7.2
19
5.0
6.0
16

10

type
49 05 11
49 05 12
49 05 25
49 05 35
49 05 45

10
11

9.1
22
7.2
19
6.0
16

9.9
22
5.0
7.5
19
5.0
6.0
16
4.9
4.9
13
9.8
22
8.0
21
6.4
17
5.3
14

5.0
6.5
17
4.9
4.9
13
3.9
3.9
10
3.2
3.2
8.7
8.0
21
6.0
16
4.8
12
4.0
10

9.6
24

10
23
8.9
23

9.4
22
7.8
20

100

250

350

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

1.1
1.6
3.4
4.7
5.6

0.8
1.2
2.9
4.2
4.8

0.6
0.9
2.4
3.6
4.5

560

wt. load
[kg] group

580 600C

d1

3.3
3.3
8.9
2.5
2.5
6.7
2.0
2.0
5.3
1.6
1.6
4.4
5.0
13
3.8
10
3.0
8.2
2.5
6.8

3.7
10
2.8
7.5
2.2
6.0
1.8
5.0

12
12
12
12
12
16
16
12
16
16
12
16
16
12
16
16
12
16
12
16
12
16
12
16

25
25
25
25
25
30
30
25
30
30
25
30
30
25
30
30
25
30
25
30
25
30
25
30

80
80
80
80
80
80
120
80
80
120
80
80
120
80
80
120
80
120
80
120
80
120
80
120

300
400
500
600
350
350
350
450
450
450
550
550
550
650
650
650
350
350
450
450
550
550
650
650

4.9
6.2
7.4
8.7
8.3
8.3
16.1
10.1
10.1
19.9
12.0
12.0
23.6
13.9
13.9
27.4
8.0
16.1
9.9
19.9
11.7
23.6
13.6
27.4

C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-D
1-4
1-4
C-D
1-4
1-4
C-D
1-4
1-4
C-D
1-4
1-4
C-4
1-4
C-4
1-4
C-4
1-4
C-4
1-4

560

580 600C

wt.
[kg]

74
124
174
174
174

100
150
175
175
175

50
75
102
102
102

230
230
230

50
100
150
150
150

0.8
1.7
2.4
2.5
2.9

2.8
7.5
2.1
5.6
1.7
4.5
1.4
3.7

type

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

4.15

2.0
3.1
4.0

1.8
2.9
3.8

2.9
3.7

2.8
3.5

1.9
2.4

1.8

1.3

Selection table
OD 60.3

Temp. of medium  600C


from page 4.52
Load doubling via type 77,
see page 4.67

Pipe clamps, clamp bases, OD 60.3 (ND 50), type 42, 43, 45, 49
100

42 06 17

2.5

type

100

250

350

560

580 600C

d4

wt.
[kg]

load
group

10.5

75

94

26

0.27

C-D

d4

E
A

type

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

350

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

560

580

d2

wt.
[kg]

load
group

M12

55

40

0.8

C-2

600C

d1

wt.
[kg]

load
group

2.5

12
12
12

155
200
200

40
50
50

1.2
1.6
2.1

C-4
C-4
C-4

600C

42 06 19 6.7
5.5
4.0
Heat-resistant materials, see pp. 0.9 and 4.4

d2

250

100

250

350

43 06 19
43 06 39
43 06 49

7.5
9.2

5.7
8.6

4.1
8.2

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530
7.8

6.3

5.2
6.0

560

3.4
6.0

580

1.8
4.7

3.4

9.0
24
6.5
17
5.1
13
4.1
11

6.7
18
4.8
13
3.8
10
3.1
8.5

4.8
13
3.4
9.4
2.7
7.4
2.2
6.1

24
24

20
24

17
23

15
22

13
22

11
22

18
24

16
24

13
23

11
22

10
22

15
24

13
24

11
23

9.6
20

8.4
18

12
24

11
22

9.4
19

8.1
17

7.1
15

8.6
18
5.0
7.0
15
5.0
5.9
12
9.8
22
9.2
19
7.5
16
6.3
13

24

11
23

10
23
10
21

10
22
9.2
19

9.9
22
8.5
18
7.1
15

5.0
7.4
15
5.0
5.6
12
4.5
4.5
9.8
3.8
3.8
8.2
9.1
19
7.0
14
5.6
12
4.7
10

560

3.7
3.7
8.0
2.9
2.9
6.2
2.3
2.3
5.0
1.9
1.9
4.2
5.7
12
4.4
9.4
3.5
7.6
3.0
6.4

580 600C

d1

4.2
9.0
3.2
7.0
2.6
5.6
2.2
4.7

12
16
12
16
12
16
12
16
12
16
16
12
16
16
12
16
16
12
16
16
12
16
12
16
12
16
12
16

25
30
25
30
25
30
25
30
25
30
30
25
30
30
25
30
30
25
30
30
25
30
25
30
25
30
25
30

70
80
70
80
70
80
70
80
100
100
120
100
100
120
100
100
120
100
100
120
100
120
100
120
100
120
100
120

300
300
400
400
500
500
600
600
400
400
400
500
500
500
600
600
600
700
700
700
400
400
500
500
600
600
700
700

3.2
6.7
2.4
5.2
2.0
4.2
1.6
3.5

wt. load
[kg] group
4.4
7.4
5.5
9.3
6.6
11.2
7.7
13.1
11.6
11.6
18.1
13.9
13.9
21.9
16.3
16.3
25.7
18.6
18.6
29.4
11.2
18.1
13.6
21.9
15.9
25.7
18.3
29.4

C-4
1-4
C-4
1-4
C-4
1-4
C-4
1-4
C-D
1-4
1-4
C-D
1-4
1-4
C-D
1-4
1-4
C-D
1-4
1-4
C-4
1-4
C-4
1-4
C-4
1-4
C-4
1-4

L
d1
E

45 06 11
45 06 12
45 06 11
45 06 12
45 06 11
45 06 12
45 06 11
45 06 12
45 06 39
45 06 31
45 06 32
45 06 39
45 06 31
45 06 32
45 06 39
45 06 31
45 06 32
45 06 39
45 06 31
45 06 32
45 06 41
45 06 42
45 06 41
45 06 42
45 06 41
45 06 42
45 06 41
45 06 42

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

350

250

100

type

d1

type

type

100

250

350

49 06 11
49 06 12
49 06 25
49 06 35
49 06 45

1.2
1.7
4.0
4.7
7.0

0.9
1.3
3.4
4.2
6.0

0.7
0.9
2.8
3.6
5.7

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

2.3
3.1
5.1

2.1
2.9
4.8

2.9
4.7

2.8
4.4

560

1.9
3.0

580 600C

2.3

1.6

wt.
[kg]

80
130
180
180
180

150
200
220
220
220

50
75
110
110
110

285
285
290

50
100
150
150
150

1.3
2.4
3.5
3.6
4.2

4.16

Selection table
OD 73

Temp. of medium  600C


from page 4.52
Load doubling via type 77,
see page 4.67

Pipe clamps, clamp bases, OD 73 (ND 65), type 42, 43, 45, 46, 48, 49
d4

type

100

250

350

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

560

580 600C

wt.
[kg]

load
group

13

95

120

32

0.52

C-2

wt.

E
A

42 07 17 5.0

d4

d2

type

250

350

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

560

580

d2

[kg]

load
group

M12

60

40

0.8

C-2

wt.
600C

d1

[kg]

load
group

2.5

12
12
12

165
215
215

40
50
50

1.2
1.8
2.3

C-4
C-4
C-4

wt.

600C

42 07 19 6.7
5.5
4.0
Heat-resistant materials, see pp. 0.9 and 4.4

d1

100

d1

 type 46
L

EK

d3

type

100

250

350

43 07 19
43 07 39
43 07 49

7.5
9.2

5.7
8.6

4.1
8.2

type

100

250

17
27

13
23

14
22

10
16

11
17

8.3
12
5.0
6.6
10

45 07 19
45 07 11
45 07 12
45 07 19
45 07 11
45 07 12
45 07 19
45 07 11
45 07 12
45 07 19
45 07 11
45 07 12

9.0
13

350

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530
7.8

6.3
6.1

5.2
6.0

560

3.4
6.0

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

580

1.8
4.7

560

3.4

580 600C

5.0
9.2
16
5.0
7.5
11
5.0
6.0
9.1
4.7
4.7
7.3

d1

[kg]

load
group

12
16
16
12
16
16
12
16
16
12
16
16

25
30
30
25
30
30
25
30
30
25
30
30

70
70
100
70
70
100
70
70
100
70
70
100

300
300
300
400
400
400
500
500
500
600
600
600

6.6
6.6
9.3
8.2
8.2
11.7
9.9
9.9
14.0
11.5
11.5
16.4

C-D
1-4
1-4
C-D
1-4
1-4
C-D
1-4
1-4
C-D
1-4
1-4

 type 48
L

ER

d3

36

type

permissible load [kN]


L
type 46
type 48
load
100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C d3 min max EK [kg min] [kg max] ER [kg min] [kg max] group

4. 07 31 19
4. 07 32 22
4. 07 33 46
4. 07 41
4. 07 42
4. 07 43

18
21
45

18
21
44

16
20
41

11
15
28

10 8.0 5.0
13 10 6.6
25 20 12
7.3 5.3 3.9
11 8.1 5.9
25 24 18 13 10

21
21
25
21
21
25

350
350
350
350
350
350

750
750
750
750
750
750

15
25
30
15
25
30

8.0
8.0
12
7.0
9.0
12

15 70
17 75
27 100
15 70
19 85
27 115

7.0
7.0
11
6.0
7.0
9.0

14
16
23
14
17
24

C-4
C-4
3-5
C-4
C-4
3-5

type

4.17

100

250

350

49 07 11 1.2
49 07 12 1.7
49 07 25 4.0
49 07 35 7.0
49 07 45 10.1

0.9
1.3
3.4
6.3
8.6

0.7
0.9
2.8
5.5
8.2

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

2.3
4.6
7.4

2.1
4.3
6.8

4.3
6.8

4.2
5.8

wt.
560

2.6
3.8

580 600C

2.8

2.0

[kg]

87
137
187
187
187

150
200
220
220
220

55
80
110
110
110

285
285
290

50
100
150
150
150

1.5
2.6
3.7
3.8
4.3

Selection table
OD 76.1

Temp. of medium  600C


from page 4.52
Load doubling via type 77,
see page 4.67

Pipe clamps, clamp bases, OD 76.1 (ND 65), type 42, 43, 45, 46, 48, 49
100

42 08 17

5.0

type

100

250

350

wt.
560

580 600C

d4

[kg]

load
group

13

95

120

32

0.54

C-2

wt.

d4

E
A

type

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

560

580

d2

[kg]

load
group

M12

60

40

0.9

C-2

wt.
600C

d1

[kg]

load
group

2.5

12
12
12

165
215
215

40
50
50

1.2
1.8
2.3

C-4
C-4
C-4

wt.

600C

350

43 08 19
43 08 39
43 08 49

7.5
9.2

5.7
8.6

4.1
8.2

type

100

45 08 19
45 08 11
45 08 12
45 08 19
45 08 11
45 08 12
45 08 19
45 08 11
45 08 12
45 08 19
45 08 11
45 08 12

250

17
27

13
23

14
22

10
16

11
17

8.3
12
5.0
6.6
10

9.0
13

350

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530
7.7
6.3

6.3
6.1

5.2
6.0

560

3.4
6.0

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

580

1.8
4.7

560

3.4

580 600C

5.0
9.2
16
5.0
7.5
11
5.0
6.0
9.1
4.7
4.7
7.3

d1

[kg]

load
group

12
16
16
12
16
16
12
16
16
12
16
16

25
30
30
25
30
30
25
30
30
25
30
30

70
70
100
70
70
100
70
70
100
70
70
100

300
300
300
400
400
400
500
500
500
600
600
600

6.6
6.6
9.4
8.3
8.3
11.7
9.9
9.9
14.1
11.6
11.6
16.4

C-D
1-4
1-4
C-D
1-4
1-4
C-D
1-4
1-4
C-D
1-4
1-4

L
d1
E

250

100

 type 46
L
d3

EK

type

42 08 19 6.7
5.5
4.0
Heat-resistant materials, see pp. 0.9 and 4.4

d2

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

d1

350

250

 type 48

4. 08 31 19
4. 08 32 23
4. 08 33 47
4. 08 41
4. 08 42
4. 08 43

18
22
45

18
21
44

16
20
41

11
15
28

10 8.0 5.0
13 10 6.7
25 20 12
7.3 5.3 3.9
11 8.1 5.9
25 24 18 13 10

21
21
25
21
21
25

350
350
350
350
350
350

750
750
750
750
750
750

15
15
30
15
25
30

8.0
9.0
13
7.0
9.0
12

15 70
18 75
27 100
15 70
19 85
27 115

7.0
7.0
11
6.0
7.0
9.0

14
16
23
14
17
24

d3

C-4
C-4
3-5
C-4
C-4
3-5

ER

type

permissible load [kN]


L
type 46
type 48
load
100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C d3 min max EK [kg min] [kg max] ER [kg min] [kg max] group

36

type

250

350

0.9
1.3
3.4
6.3
8.8

0.7
0.9
2.8
5.4
8.4

2.3
4.6
7.6

2.1
4.3
7.0

4.3
6.9

4.2
5.9

560

2.6
3.9

580 600C

2.8

2.1

wt.
[kg]

88
138
188
188
188

150
200
220
220
220

55
80
110
110
110

285
285
290

50
100
150
150
150

1.5
2.6
3.7
3.8
4.3

100

49 08 11 1.2
49 08 12 1.7
49 08 25 4.0
49 08 35 7.0
49 08 45 10.3

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

4.18

Selection table
OD 88.9

Temp. of medium  600C


from page 4.52
Load doubling via type 77,
see page 4.67

Pipe clamps, clamp bases, OD 88.9 (ND 80), type 42, 43, 45, 46, 48, 49
d4

type

100

42 09 17

5.0

type

100

250

350

560

580 600C

d4

wt.
[kg]

load
group

13

100

121

32

0.60

C-2

E
A

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

d2

250

350

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

560

580

d2

wt.
[kg]

load
group

M12

70

40

1.0

C-2

600C

d1

wt.
[kg]

load
group

2.5

12
16
12
16
12

170
170
235
235
235

40
40
50
50
50

1.4
1.4
1.9
1.9
2.5

C-D
1-4
C-D
1-4
C-4

600C

42 09 19 6.3
4.5
3.5
Heat-resistant materials, see pp. 0.9 and 4.4

d1

d1

 type 46
L

EK

d3

type

100

250

350

43 09 18
43 09 19
43 09 38
43 09 39
43 09 49

2.5
7.4

2.5
5.7

11

9.9

2.5
4.1
2.5
8.5

type

100

250

17
27

13
23

12
19

8.9
14
5.0
6.6
10
5.0
5.2
7.9

45 09 19
45 09 11
45 09 12
45 09 19
45 09 11
45 09 12
45 09 19
45 09 11
45 09 12
45 09 19
45 09 11
45 09 12

9.0
13
7.1
10

350

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

2.5
7.3

2.5
6.3
6.1

2.5
5.2
6.0

560

2.5
3.4
6.0

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

580

1.7
1.7
4.7

560

3.4

580 600C

5.0
9.5
16
5.0
6.4
10
3.7
4.7
7.3
3.7
3.7
5.6

d1

12
16
16
12
16
16
12
16
16
12
16
16

25
30
30
25
30
30
25
30
30
25
30
30

70
70
100
70
70
100
70
70
100
70
70
100

300
300
300
450
450
450
600
600
600
750
750
750

wt. load
[kg] group
6.7
6.7
9.5
9.2
9.2
13.0
11.6
11.6
16.5
14.1
14.1
20.1

C-D
1-4
1-4
C-D
1-4
1-4
C-D
1-4
1-4
C-D
1-4
1-4

 type 48
L

ER

d3

36

type

permissible load [kN]


L
type 46
type 48
load
100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C d3 min max EK [kg min] [kg max] ER [kg min] [kg max] group

4. 09 31 17
4. 09 32 22
4. 09 33 45
4. 09 41
4. 09 42
4. 09 43

16
21
44

16
20
42

15
20
40

11
15
28

27

10 7.9 5.0
13 10 6.7
25 20 12
7.3 5.3 3.9
10 8.1 5.9
27 26 19 14 10

21
21
25
21
21
25

350
350
350
350
350
350

850
850
850
850
850
850

15
25
35
15
25
35

8.0
8.0
12
8.0
9.0
13

19 75
24 85
35 100
18 75
24 100
36 105

7.0
7.0
10
7.0
8.0
9.0

16
19
27
17
21
29

C-4
C-4
3-5
C-4
C-4
3-5

4.19

type

100

250

350

49 09 11
49 09 12
49 09 25
49 09 35
49 09 45

1.8
2.5
4.0
7.0
10.3

1.4
1.9
3.4
6.3
8.9

1.0
1.3
2.8
5.4
8.4

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

2.3
4.6
7.6

2.1
4.3
7.0

4.3
6.9

4.2
6.5

560

2.6
4.5

580 600C

3.3

2.4

wt.
[kg]

94
144
244
244
244

150
200
270
270
270

60
85
146
146
146

340
340
340

50
100
200
200
200

2.3
3.8
5.4
5.8
6.7

Selection table
OD 108

Temp. of medium  600C


from page 4.52
Load doubling via type 77,
see page 4.67

Pipe clamps, clamp bases, OD 108 (ND 100), type 42, 43, 45, 46, 48, 49
560

580

d2

wt.
[kg]

load
group

M16

90

50

2.0

1-4

600C

d1

wt.
[kg]

load
group

2.5
4.3

12
16
12
12
16
12
16

200
200
240
270
270
270
270

50
50
40
50
50
70
70

2.5
2.5
1.3
3.0
3.0
4.1
4.1

C-D
1-4
C-4
C-D
1-4
C-D
1-4

600C

100

250

350

43 10 18
43 10 19
43 10 29
43 10 38
43 10 39
43 10 48
43 10 49

2.5
10

2.5
8.3

2.5
6.0
3.3

type
45 10 19
45 10 11
45 10 19
45 10 11
45 10 19
45 10 11
45 10 19
45 10 11

15

14

100

250

17

13

12

9.3

9.4

7.0
5.0
5.6

7.5

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

11

2.8
2.5
10

2.0
2.5
8.6

2.5
7.1

14

13

13

13

350

560

2.5
4.6
2.5
12

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

580

2.4
2.4
2.5
7.8

560

2.5
5.7

580 600C

5.0
9.7
5.0
6.7
5.0
5.0
4.0
4.0

d1

12
16
12
16
12
16
12
16

25
30
25
30
25
30
25
30

80
80
80
80
80
80
80
80

350
350
500
500
650
650
800
800

wt. load
[kg] group
8.7
8.7
11.6
11.6
14.4
14.4
17.2
17.2

d1

C-D
1-4
C-D
1-4
C-D
1-4
C-D
1-4

type

42 10 19 10
7.8
6.0
Heat-resistant materials, see pp. 0.9 and 4.4

350

d2

250

d1

100

type

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

 type 46
L

EK

d3

4. 10 12
4. 10 31
4. 10 32
4. 10 33
4. 10 41
4. 10 42
4. 10 43

permissible load [kN]


100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C d3
19
22
39
69

14
22
37
66

10
21
37
64

20
34
60

16
23
40

15
21
37

11 6.6
16 10
29 18
10 8.1 5.9
14 10 7.9
27 26 20 15

25
21
25
34
21
25
34

L
min max

type 46
type 48
load
EK [kg min] [kg max] ER [kg min] [kg max] group

350
350
350
350
350
350
350

5
15
25
35
15
25
35

800
950
950
950
950
950
950

9.0
10
15
19
10
14
18

18
26
37
51
28
36
52

70
85
85
120
100
110
130

7.0
8.0
10
16
8.0
10
15

16
23
31
44
26
31
44

 type 48

3-5
C-4
3-5
3-6
C-4
3-5
3-6

L
d3

ER

type

51

type

250

350

1.8
2.4
4.2
6.8
8.9

1.3
1.8
3.5
5.8
8.4

2.8
4.9
7.6

2.6
4.7
7.0

4.6
6.9

4.5
6.5

560

2.6
4.5

580 600C

3.3

2.4

wt.
[kg]

154
204
254
254
254

150
200
265
265
270

95
125
152
152
152

345
345
350

100
150
200
200
200

4.0
6.3
7.9
8.1
9.3

100

49 10 11 2.3
49 10 12 3.2
49 10 25 4.9
49 10 35 7.6
49 10 45 10.3

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

4.20

Selection table
OD 114.3

Temp. of medium  600C


from page 4.52
Load doubling via type 77,
see page 4.67

Pipe clamps, clamp bases, OD 114.3 (ND 100), type 42, 43, 45, 46, 48, 49
type

d2

250

350

560

d2

wt.
[kg]

load
group

M16

90

50

2.1

1-4

600C

d1

wt.
[kg]

load
group

2.5
4.3

12
16
12
12
16
12
16

200
200
240
270
270
270
270

50
50
40
50
50
70
70

2.6
2.6
1.5
3.0
3.0
4.2
4.2

C-D
1-4
C-4
C-D
1-4
C-D
1-4

580

600C

42 11 19 10
7.8
6.0
Heat-resistant materials, see pp. 0.9 and 4.4

d1

100

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

type

100

250

350

43 11 18
43 11 19
43 11 29
43 11 38
43 11 39
43 11 48
43 11 49

2.5
10

2.5
8.3

2.5
6.0
3.3

type

100

250

17

13

12

9.3

9.4

7.0
5.0
5.6

15

14

11

2.7
2.5
9.6

2.0
2.5
8.6

2.5
7.1

14

13

13

13

d1

 type 46

45 11 19
45 11 11
45 11 19
45 11 11
45 11 19
45 11 11
45 11 19
45 11 11

7.5

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

350

560

2.5
4.6
2.5
12

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

580

2.4
2.4
2.5
7.8

560

2.5
5.7

580 600C

5.0
9.7
5.0
6.7
5.0
5.0
4.0
4.0

d1

12
16
12
16
12
16
12
16

25
30
25
30
25
30
25
30

80
80
80
80
80
80
80
80

350
350
500
500
650
650
800
800

wt. load
[kg] group
8.8
8.8
11.6
11.6
14.4
14.4
17.3
17.3

C-D
1-4
C-D
1-4
C-D
1-4
C-D
1-4

EK

d3

 type 48

type

ER

d3

51

4. 11 12
4. 11 31
4. 11 32
4. 11 33
4. 11 41
4. 11 42
4. 11 43

permissible load [kN]


L
type 46
type 48
load
100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C d3 min max EK [kg min] [kg max] ER [kg min] [kg max] group
19
22
37
67

14
22
36
64

10
21
35
63

20
33
59

16
23
40

15
21
37

11 6.6
16 10
29 18
10 8.1 5.9
14 10 7.9
27 26 20 15

25
21
25
34
21
25
34

350
350
350
350
350
350
350

800
950
950
950
950
950
950

5
15
25
35
15
25
35

9.0
10
16
20
10
14
18

18
28
37
51
29
36
53

70
85
85
120
100
110
130

7.0
8.0
10
16
8.0
10
15

16
23
31
44
26
31
44

3-5
C-4
3-5
3-6
C-4
3-5
3-6

type

4.21

100

250

350

49 11 11 2.3
49 11 12 3.2
49 11 25 5.0
49 11 35 7.6
49 11 45 10.3

1.8
2.4
4.2
6.8
8.9

1.3
1.8
3.5
5.9
8.4

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

2.9
5.0
7.6

2.7
4.7
7.0

4.7
6.9

4.5
6.5

560

2.7
4.5

580 600C

3.3

2.4

wt.
[kg]

157
207
257
257
257

150
200
265
265
265

95
125
152
152
152

345
345
350

100
150
200
200
200

4.1
6.4
7.9
8.3
9.4

Selection table
OD 133

Temp. of medium  600C


from page 4.52
Load doubling via type 77,
see page 4.67

Pipe clamps, clamp bases, OD 133 (ND 125), type 42, 43, 45, 46, 48, 49
560

d2

wt.
[kg]

load
group

M16

100

50

2.2

1-4

600C

d1

wt.
[kg]

load
group

2.5
3.8

12
16
12
16
12
16
12
16

220
220
270
270
290
290
290
290

50
50
50
50
60
60
70
70

2.8
2.8
2.3
2.3
3.9
3.9
5.6
5.6

C-D
1-4
C-D
1-4
C-D
1-4
C-D
1-4

580

600C

100

250

350

43 13 18
43 13 19
43 13 28
43 13 29
43 13 38
43 13 39
43 13 48
43 13 49

2.5
10

2.5
8.3

2.5
6.0
2.5
5.1

2.5
4.3

13

12

14

14

type

100

45 13 19
45 13 11
45 13 19
45 13 11
45 13 19
45 13 11
45 13 19
45 13 11

250

18

14

13

9.7

9.9

7.4
5.0
5.9

8.0

350

10

2.5
3.1
2.5
8.8

2.5
7.3

2.5
4.8

13

13

13

10

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

560

580

2.5
2.5
2.5
6.9

560

2.5
5.1

580 600C

5.0
10
5.0
6.9
5.0
5.3
4.2
4.2

d1

12
16
12
16
12
16
12
16

25
30
25
30
25
30
25
30

90
90
90
90
90
90
90
90

400
400
550
550
700
700
850
850

wt. load
[kg] group
11.1
11.1
14.3
14.3
17.5
17.5
20.6
20.6

L
d1

C-D
1-4
C-D
1-4
C-D
1-4
C-D
1-4

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

type

16

42 13 19
10
7.8
5.5
Heat-resistant materials, see pp. 0.9 and 4.4

350

d2

250

d1

100

type

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

 type 46
L
d3

23
24
40
72

19
23
38
70

13
23
38
67

22
35
62

20
25
45

17
22
40

33

13 7.1
17 11
31 18
12 9.2 7.0
25 18 13 10
33 31 23 17

25
21
25
34
21
25
34

370
400
400
400
400
400
400

850
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000

10
15
30
40
15
30
40

12
13
17
26
13
18
26

23
34
43
59
34
45
66

70
95
100
130
105
115
145

8.0
9.0
13
19
11
13
20

20
26
36
50
31
38
53

EK

4. 13 12
4. 13 31
4. 13 32
4. 13 33
4. 13 41
4. 13 42
4. 13 43

3-5
C-4
3-5
4-6
C-4
3-5
4-6

 type 48
L
d3

ER

type

permissible load [kN]


L
type 46
type 48
load
100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C d3 min max EK [kg min] [kg max] ER [kg min] [kg max] group

51

49 13 11 2.5
49 13 12 3.8
49 13 25 8.3
49 13 35 12.1
49 13 45

2.0
3.0
7.0
10.9

1.4
2.0
5.8
9.3

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

4.8
8.0

4.4
7.5

7.4

7.0
6.5

560

3.7
4.5

580 600C

3.3

2.4

wt.
[kg]

167
217
267
267
267

150
200
270
270
275

105
130
160
160
160

350
350
350

100
150
200
200
200

5.3
8.3
9.6
9.8
9.7

350

250

100

type

4.22

Selection table
OD 139.7
Pipe clamps, clamp bases, OD 139.7 (ND 125), type 42, 43, 45, 46, 48, 49
type

d2

250

350

560

580

d2

wt.
[kg]

load
group

M16

105

50

2.4

1-4

600C

d1

wt.
[kg]

load
group

2.5
3.8

12
16
12
16
12
16
12
16

225
225
275
275
295
295
295
295

50
50
50
50
60
60
70
70

2.9
2.9
2.5
2.5
4.1
4.1
5.7
5.7

C-D
1-4
C-D
1-4
C-D
1-4
C-D
1-4

600C

42 14 19 9.6
7.4
5.3
Heat-resistant materials, see pp. 0.9 and 4.4

d1

100

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

d1

 type 46

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

type

100

250

350

43 14 18
43 14 19
43 14 28
43 14 29
43 14 38
43 14 39
43 14 48
43 14 49

2.5
10

2.5
8.3

2.5
5.9
2.5
5.1

2.5
4.1

13

11

14

14

type

100

250

18

14

13

9.7

9.9

7.4
5.0
5.9

45 14 19
45 14 11
45 14 19
45 14 11
45 14 19
45 14 11
45 14 19
45 14 11

16

8.0

350

10

2.5
3.1
2.5
8.8

2.5
7.3

13

13

13

560

2.5
4.8
2.5
10

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

580

2.4
2.4
2.5
6.9

560

2.5
5.1

580 600C

5.0
10
5.0
6.9
5.0
5.3
4.2
4.2

d1

12
16
12
16
12
16
12
16

25
30
25
30
25
30
25
30

90
90
90
90
90
90
90
90

400
400
550
550
700
700
850
850

wt. load
[kg] group
11.2
11.2
14.3
14.3
17.5
17.5
20.7
20.7

C-D
1-4
C-D
1-4
C-D
1-4
C-D
1-4

EK

d3

 type 48
L

51

type

4.23

4. 14 12
4. 14 31
4. 14 32
4. 14 33
4. 14 41
4. 14 42
4. 14 43

permissible load [kN]


L
type 46
type 48
load
100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C d3 min max EK [kg min] [kg max] ER [kg min] [kg max] group
22
24
41
70

18
23
39
68

12
23
39
67

22
36
62

20
26
45

17
23
40

33

13 7.1
17 11
30 18
12 9.3 6.9
25 18 13 10
33 31 23 17

25
21
25
34
21
25
34

400
400
400
400
400
400
400

850
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000

10
15
30
40
15
30
40

11
13
20
26
14
19
25

24
34
44
59
35
46
66

70
95
100
130
105
115
145

8.0
10
13
20
11
13
20

20
27
36
50
31
38
53

3-5
C-4
3-5
4-6
C-4
3-5
4-6

ER

d3

type

100

250

350

49 14 11 2.5
49 14 12 3.8
49 14 25 8.3
49 14 35 12.3
49 14 45

2.0
3.0
7.0
11.0

1.4
2.0
5.9
9.3

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

4.8
8.0

4.5
7.6

7.5

7.1
6.5

560

3.8
4.5

580 600C

3.4

2.5

wt.
[kg]

170
220
270
270
270

150
200
270
270
275

105
130
160
160
160

350
350
350

100
150
200
200
200

5.5
8.5
9.7
10.1
9.9

Selection table
OD 159

Temp. of medium  600C


from page 4.52
Load doubling via type 77,
see page 4.67

Pipe clamps, clamp bases, OD 159 (ND 150), type 42, 43, 46, 48, 49
350

560

580

d2

wt.
[kg]

load
group

M16

115

50

2.5

1-4

600C

d1

wt.
[kg]

load
group

2.5
5.1

12
16
12
16
12
16
12
16

245
245
300
300
315
315
315
315

50
50
50
50
80
80
80
80

3.1
3.1
3.4
3.4
6.9
6.9
8.4
8.4

C-D
1-4
C-D
1-4
C-D
1-4
C-D
1-4

600C

42 16 19 8.6
6.6
4.7
Heat-resistant materials, see pp. 0.9 and 4.4

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

type

100

250

350

43 16 18
43 16 19
43 16 28
43 16 29
43 16 38
43 16 39
43 16 48
43 16 49

2.5
9.7

2.5
7.5

11

9.5

2.5
5.4
2.5
7.9

2.5
6.4

15

14

14

13

d2

250

2.5
4.9
2.5
13

2.5
13

2.5
8.5

12

12

560

580

2.5
4.3
2.5
9.3

2.5
6.9

d1

100

type

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

 type 46
L

18
29
49
84

15
24
24
47
80

11
17
23
47
79

22
44
71

19
30
53

17
28
47

36

13 7.0
21 13
36 21
12 9.3 7.0
19 14 10
36 35 26 20

21
25
21
25
34
21
25
34

400
400
450
450
450
450
450
450

900
900
1050
1050
1050
1050
1050
1050

15
15
25
40
50
25
40
50

11
13
16
23
32
17
21
33

23
32
36
52
75
38
51
79

90
85
100
120
150
110
130
165

9.0
10
11
17
25
13
17
26

21
25
31
44
63
35
45
67

C-4
3-5
C-4
3-5
4-6
C-4
3-5
4-6

EK

4. 16 11
4. 16 12
4. 16 31
4. 16 32
4. 16 33
4. 16 41
4. 16 42
4. 16 43

d3

 type 48
L
d3

ER

type

permissible load [kN]


L
type 46
type 48
load
100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C d3 min max EK [kg min] [kg max] ER [kg min] [kg max] group

63

49 16 11
49 16 14
49 16 25
49 16 35
49 16 45

2.5
4.4
9.5
17

2.0
3.8
8.1
15

1.4
3.6
6.7
13

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

5.5
11

5.0
10

10

9.9
9.5

560

5.5
6.5

580 600C

4.9

3.6

wt.
[kg]

180
230
280
280
280

200
240
315
320
320

115
140
171
171
171

340
395
400
400

100
150
200
200
200

6.7
9.2
11.0
12.7
12.4

350

250

100

type

4.24

Selection table
OD 168.3
Pipe clamps, clamp bases, OD 168.3 (ND 150), type 42, 43, 46, 48, 49
type

d2

250

350

560

580

d2

wt.
[kg]

load
group

M16

120

50

2.6

1-4

600C

d1

wt.
[kg]

load
group

2.5
5.1

12
16
12
16
12
16
12
16

250
250
300
300
320
320
320
320

50
50
50
50
80
80
80
80

3.2
3.2
3.6
3.6
7.3
7.3
8.5
8.5

C-D
1-4
C-D
1-4
C-D
1-4
C-D
1-4

600C

42 17 19 8.2
6.3
4.5
Heat-resistant materials, see pp. 0.9 and 4.4

d1

100

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

type

100

250

350

43 17 18
43 17 19
43 17 28
43 17 29
43 17 38
43 17 39
43 17 48
43 17 49

2.5
9.3

2.5
7.1

11

9.5

2.5
5.1
2.5
7.9

2.5
6.4

15

14

14

13

2.5
4.9
2.5
13

2.5
13

2.5
8.5

12

12

560

580

2.5
4.3
2.5
9.3

2.5
6.9

 type 46
L
d3

EK

type

 type 48
L

63

4.25

18
29
49
84

15
24
24
47
80

11
17
23
47
79

22
43
72

19
31
53

17
28
47

13
21
36

36

36

7
13
21
12 9.3 6.9
19 14 10
35 26 20

21
25
21
25
34
21
25
34

410
410
450
450
450
450
450
450

900
900
1050
1050
1050
1050
1050
1050

15
15
25
40
50
25
40
50

12
17
16
23
33
17
23
34

23
33
38
53
74
38
53
80

90
85
100
120
150
110
130
165

9.0
10
11
17
26
13
18
26

22
25
31
44
64
35
45
67

C-4
3-5
C-4
3-5
4-6
C-4
3-5
4-6

ER

d3

4. 17 11
4. 17 12
4. 17 31
4. 17 32
4. 17 33
4. 17 41
4. 17 42
4. 17 43

permissible load [kN]


L
type 46
type 48
load
100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C d3 min max EK [kg min] [kg max] ER [kg min] [kg max] group

type

100

250

350

49 17 11
49 17 14
49 17 25
49 17 35
49 17 45

2.5
4.7
9.6
17

2.0
4.1
8.2
15

1.4
3.9
6.8
13

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

5.6
11

5.2
10

10

10
9.6

560

5.6
6.6

580 600C

4.9

3.6

wt.
[kg]

184
234
284
284
284

200
240
315
320
320

120
152
171
171
171

340
395
400
400

100
150
200
200
200

6.9
9.6
11.1
12.7
12.5

Selection table
OD 193.7

Temp. of medium  600C


from page 4.52
Load doubling via type 77,
see page 4.67

Pipe clamps, clamp bases, OD 193.7 (ND 175), type 42, 43, 46, 48, 49
350

560

580

d2

wt.
[kg]

load
group

M16

135

50

2.9

1-4

600C

d1

wt.
[kg]

load
group

8.6
8.6

12
16
12
16
16
20
16
20

270
270
335
335
355
355
355
355

50
50
50
50
70
70
100
100

4.7
4.7
4.2
4.2
10.8
10.8
15.4
15.4

C-D
1-5
C-D
1-5
1-3
3-6
1-3
3-6

600C

type

100

250

350

43 19 18
43 19 19
43 19 28
43 19 29
43 19 38
43 19 39
43 19 48
43 19 49

2.5
12

2.5
10

2.5
7.2
2.5
6.8
10
20

23

10
21

42 19 19 7.1
5.5
3.9
Heat-resistant materials, see pp. 0.9 and 4.4

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

2.5
5.5
9.6
19

d2

250

2.5
4.2
9.4
19

9.3
19
11.3
19

9.2
14
11.3
19

560

580

7.5
7.5
11.3
15

11
11

d1

100

type

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

 type 46

46
91

43
83

14
22
25
40

42
81

23
37

40
78

16
26
15
28
39
70

15
25
35
64

60

type

100

250

350

49 19 13
49 19 14
49 19 25
49 19 35
49 19 45

4.6
7.3
12
24

4.2
6.2
11
21

4.0
5.9
9.3
18

11 6.0
19 10
26 13
48 25
10 8.0 5.9
17 13 10
24 18 13
58 46 34 24

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

7.6
16

7.0
15

14

14
13

21
25
21
25
21
25
25
41
21
25
25
41

450
460
460
460
550
550
550
550
550
550
550
550

950
950
1000
1000
1150
1150
1150
1150
1150
1150
1150
1150

15
20
15
30
25
30
40
50
25
30
40
50

15
18
17
24
19
27
34
48
20
28
36
53

29
41
39
51
41
54
64
98
42
58
77
108

80
90
100
110
110
110
130
160
115
130
140
160

10
13
12
16
15
19
24
37
17
21
26
39

26
33
32
42
32
42
52
79
37
50
61
89

C-4
3-5
C-4
3-5
C-4
3-5
3-5
4-7
C-4
3-5
3-5
4-7

d3

EK

42

19
31
25
41

 type 48
L
d3

ER

24
38

63

560

9.0
9.4

580 600C

7.1

5.2

wt.
[kg]

197
247
297
347
347

240
240
320
315
315

130
152
181
203
203

345
355
400
415
415

100
150
200
250
250

8.7
11.6
13.3
18.7
18.7

4. 19 11
4. 19 12
4. 19 21
4. 19 22
4. 19 31
4. 19 32
4. 19 33
4. 19 34
4. 19 41
4. 19 42
4. 19 43
4. 19 44

type

permissible load [kN]


L
type 46
type 48
load
100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C d3 min max EK [kg min] [kg max] ER [kg min] [kg max] group

4.26

Selection table
OD 219.1
Pipe clamps, clamp bases, OD 219.1 (ND 200), type 42, 43, 44, 46, 48, 49
type

d2

E
E
d3
E

350

100

250

350

43 22 18
43 22 19
43 22 28
43 22 29

2.5
11

2.5
9.0

12

11

2.5
6.4
2.5
9.4

2.5
7.7

type

100

250

350

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

44 22 12
44 22 31
44 22 32
44 22 33
44 22 41
44 22 42
44 22 43

30

25

20
12
28
53

type

EK

d3

 type 48
L

ER

d3

4. 22 11
4. 22 12
4. 22 21
4. 22 22
4. 22 31
4. 22 32
4. 22 33
4. 22 34
4. 22 41
4. 22 42
4. 22 43
4. 22 44

34
67

79

30
59

69

66

E
H

4.27

580

d2

wt.
[kg]

load
group

M16

145

50

3.1

1-4

d1

wt.
[kg]

load
group

12
16
12
16

295
295
365
365

50
50
50
50

5.0
5.0
5.6
5.6

C-D
1-5
C-D
1-5

600C

d3

wt.
[kg]

load
group

5.1
11
18

34
21
34
46
21
34
46

275
375
375
375
375
375
375

85
94
96
122
103
110
132

9.0
9.0
13
22
10
15
24

3-6
C-4
4-6
5-8
C-4
4-6
5-8

600C

560

580

600C

2.5
5.5

10
26
45

9.4
24
41

59

56

9.3
23
40

55

560

8.9
20
39

580

6.1
11
20
8.9
19
33

50

6.9
14
24

permissible load [kN]


L
type 46
type 48
load
100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C d3 min max EK [kg min] [kg max] ER [kg min] [kg max] group
24
43
50

20
33
33
48

14
24
33
48

30
44

36
61 59 57 55
113 108 105 101

21
30
15
35
51
88

15
32
45
79

61

560

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

type

 type 46

79

250

42 22 19 6.7
5.2
3.7
Heat-resistant materials, see pp. 0.9 and 4.4

d1

100

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

type

100

250

350

49 22 13
49 22 14
49 22 25
49 22 35
49 22 45

7.1
10
12
27

6.5
9.2
12
26

6.2
8.6
10
22

11 6.1
24 13
34 18
60 31
10 8.0 5.9
23 17 12
36 32 24 18
60 55 42 31

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

8.9
19

8.2
18

17

17
15

21
25
25
34
21
25
41
46
21
25
41
46

560

9.6
10

480
480
480
480
550
550
550
550
550
550
550
550

1100
1100
1200
1200
1350
1350
1350
1350
1350
1350
1350
1350

580 600C

8.1

6.0

15
25
35
40
25
40
50
60
25
40
50
60

16
24
26
30
21
36
44
64
22
39
48
69

38
54
64
75
50
79
102
142
54
93
113
165

105
110
120
150
130
150
170
200
130
155
185
200

12
16
18
24
17
25
32
48
19
28
34
51

36
46
52
64
44
67
83
119
50
76
93
133

C-4
3-5
3-5
4-6
C-4
3-5
4-7
5-8
C-4
3-5
4-7
5-8

wt.
[kg]

210
260
360
360
360

235
250
325
315
315

130
156
210
210
210

350
365
410
415
415

100
150
250
250
250

10.1
13.6
16.5
20.2
19.8

Selection table
OD 244.5

Temp. of medium  600C


from page 4.52
Load doubling via type 77,
see page 4.67

Pipe clamps, clamp bases, OD 244.5 (ND 225), type 42, 43, 44, 46, 48, 49
560

580

d2

wt.
[kg]

load
group

M16

160

50

3.3

1-4

d1

wt.
[kg]

load
group

12
16
12
16

310
310
390
390

50
50
50
50

6.1
6.1
5.8
5.8

C-D
1-5
C-D
1-5

600C

d3

wt.
[kg]

load
group

5.0
11
18

34
46
21
34
46
21
34
46

300
330
390
390
390
390
390
390

75
81
94
96
122
103
110
132

9.0
12
9.0
14
23
11
16
25

3-6
5-8
C-4
4-6
5-8
C-4
4-6
5-8

600C

42 24 19 6.1
4.7
3.3
Heat-resistant materials, see pp. 0.9 and 4.4

100

250

350

43 24 18
43 24 19
43 24 28
43 24 29

2.5
12

2.5
11.4
10

2.5
8.2
2.5
8.7

2.5
7.1

type

100

250

350

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

44 24 12
44 24 13
44 24 31
44 24 32
44 24 33
44 24 41
44 24 42
44 24 43

20
40

16
35

13
29
11
29
52

79

57

68

65

560

580

600C

2.5
5.5

9.8
26
44

9.1
24
41

59

55

9.0
23
40

54

560

8.5
20
39

580

6.0
11
20
8.9
18
33

50

6.9
14
24

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

type

65

d2

350

d1

250

100

d3

type

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

 type 46

30
50

25
42

57

55

18
30
38
54

35
49

41
66 64 62 59
122 117 113 109

25
34
18
40
56
96

16
36
50
86

13 7.0
27 14
38 20
66 35
12 9.2 6.9
24 18 13
37 36 27 20
64 61 46 34

25
34
25
34
25
25
41
46
25
25
41
46

490
500
500
520
550
550
550
550
550
550
550
550

1100
1100
1200
1200
1350
1350
1350
1350
1350
1350
1350
1350

25
35
40
45
30
45
50
60
30
45
50
60

21
33
30
39
25
40
50
72
26
43
53
77

47
63
68
80
56
86
110
156
61
100
123
178

100
120
130
150
110
150
160
180
120
150
160
190

14
21
21
28
17
28
34
51
20
29
36
54

39
52
56
70
47
74
88
124
54
80
98
142

3-5
4-6
3-5
4-6
3-5
3-5
4-7
5-8
3-5
3-5
4-7
5-8

d3

EK

4. 24 11
4. 24 12
4. 24 21
4. 24 22
4. 24 31
4. 24 32
4. 24 33
4. 24 34
4. 24 41
4. 24 42
4. 24 43
4. 24 44

 type 48
L
d3

ER

type

permissible load [kN]


L
type 46
type 48
load
100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C d3 min max EK [kg min] [kg max] ER [kg min] [kg max] group

79

100

250

350

49 24 13
49 24 14
49 24 25
49 24 35
49 24 45

7.1
11
21
34

6.6
10
18
32

6.2
9.5
15
30

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

12
26

11
24

24
24

21
22

560

12
15

580 600C

11

8.7

wt.
[kg]

222
272
372
372
372

235
250
315
320
320

130
171
222
222
222

350
365
415
420
420

100
150
250
250
250

10.6
14.9
20.5
24.4
24.4

type

4.28

Selection table
OD 267
Pipe clamps, clamp bases, OD 267 (ND 250), type 42, 43, 44, 46, 48, 49
type

d2

E
E
d3
E

250

350

560

580

d2

wt.
[kg]

load
group

M20

175

60

4.6

3-4

d1

wt.
[kg]

load
group

16
24
16
24

340
340
410
410

70
70
70
70

12.0
12.0
10.5
10.5

1-3
3-6
1-3
3-6

600C

d3

wt.
[kg]

load
group

4.9
11
18

34
46
21
34
46
21
34
46

340
360
425
425
425
425
425
425

75
112
94
96
122
110
117
132

10
20
10
16
24
13
19
27

4-6
5-8
C-4
4-6
5-8
C-4
4-6
5-8

600C

42 26 19 6.3
4.9
3.5
Heat-resistant materials, see pp. 0.9 and 4.4

d1

100

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

type

100

250

350

43 26 18
43 26 19
43 26 28
43 26 29

9.6
28

9.0
21
18

8.6
15
11.3
15

11.3
12

type

100

250

350

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

44 26 12
44 26 13
44 26 31
44 26 32
44 26 33
44 26 41
44 26 42
44 26 43

26
61

22
54

16
44
10
25
48

72

61

59

560

580

600C

9.6
9.6

9.1
23
40

8.5
22
37

53

50

8.4
21
36

560

8.0
19
35

49

580

5.6
11
20
7.9
20
33

45

6.3
15
24

 type 46
L

EK

d3

 type 48
L

ER

d3

92

type
4. 26 11
4. 26 12
4. 26 21
4. 26 22
4. 26 31
4. 26 32
4. 26 33
4. 26 34
4. 26 41
4. 26 42
4. 26 43
4. 26 44

permissible load [kN]


L
type 46
type 48
load
100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C d3 min max EK [kg min] [kg max] ER [kg min] [kg max] group
35
54

29
43

21
31
40
55

26
36
20
42 40
73 67 65 62 58
134 122 119 115 100
58

56

37
51

20
37
53
90

70

15 8.0
28 15
40 21
69 36
14
27
39 38
70 65

10
20
28
49

7.9
15
21
36

25
34
25
34
25
25
41
46
25
25
41
46

520
550
550
560
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
600

1150
1150
1300
1300
1400
1400
1400
1400
1400
1400
1400
1400

35
45
30
50
30
50
50
70
30
50
50
70

25
37
35
42
35
47
57
83
36
51
64
90

55
69
78
99
66
96
120
172
74
111
137
199

105
130
140
150
120
150
160
185
140
175
165
205

18
26
26
33
21
33
42
57
25
35
44
63

47
59
66
85
55
79
98
137
64
90
110
158

3-5
4-6
3-5
4-6
3-5
3-5
4-7
5-8
3-5
3-5
4-7
5-8

4.29

type

100

250

350

49 26 13
49 26 14
49 26 25
49 26 35
49 26 45

8.7
17
25
41

7.9
15
21
35

7.5
14
18
34

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

14
31

13
29
27

25
27

22
25

560

14
17

580 600C

13

9.8

wt.
[kg]

234
284
384
384
384

240
255
340
345
345

160
171
229
229
229

365
395
450
460
460

100
150
250
250
250

13.7
19.3
24.6
29.3
28.3

Selection table
OD 273

Temp. of medium  600C


from page 4.52
Load doubling via type 77,
see page 4.67

Pipe clamps, clamp bases, OD 273 (ND 250), type 42, 43, 44, 46, 48, 49
560

580

d2

wt.
[kg]

load
group

M20

180

60

4.7

3-4

d1

wt.
[kg]

load
group

16
24
16
24

340
340
415
415

70
70
70
70

12.5
12.5
11.0
11.0

1-3
3-6
1-3
3-6

600C

d3

wt.
[kg]

load
group

5.0
11
18

34
46
21
34
46
21
34
46

340
360
425
425
425
425
425
425

75
112
94
96
122
110
117
132

10
20
10
16
25
13
19
27

4-6
5-8
C-4
4-6
5-8
C-4
4-6
5-8

600C

42 27 19 6.2
4.7
3.4
Heat-resistant materials, see pp. 0.9 and 4.4

100

250

350

43 27 18
43 27 19
43 27 28
43 27 29

9.6
27

9.0
21
18

8.6
15
11.3
15

11.3
12

type

100

250

350

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

44 27 12
44 27 13
44 27 31
44 27 32
44 27 33
44 27 41
44 27 42
44 27 43

26
60

22
54

16
44
10
26
48

62

60

560

580

600C

9.6
9.6

9.2
24
40

8.6
22
38

54

51

8.5
21
37

560

8.1
19
36

50

580

5.7
11
21
8.0
20
33

46

6.4
15
24

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

type

73

d2

350

d1

250

100

d3

type

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

 type 46

35
53

29
43

20
31
41
54

27
36
20
42 41
73 67 65 62 58
134 122 119 115 100
57

55

39
50

20
37
53
89

70

15 8.0
28 15
40 21
69 36
14
27
39 38
70 65

10
20
28
49

7.9
14
20
35

25
34
25
34
25
25
41
46
25
25
41
46

480
520
550
570
600
600
600
600
600
600
600
600

1150
1150
1300
1300
1400
1400
1400
1400
1400
1400
1400
1400

35
45
45
50
30
50
50
70
30
50
50
70

27
39
36
47
35
48
58
88
37
51
65
94

57
70
80
100
67
97
121
173
75
111
138
203

105
130
140
150
120
150
160
185
140
175
165
205

16
25
29
34
22
33
42
57
25
35
44
63

47
59
69
85
55
79
98
137
64
90
111
159

3-5
4-6
3-5
4-6
3-5
3-5
4-7
5-8
3-5
3-5
4-7
5-8

d3

EK

4. 27 11
4. 27 12
4. 27 21
4. 27 22
4. 27 31
4. 27 32
4. 27 33
4. 27 34
4. 27 41
4. 27 42
4. 27 43
4. 27 44

 type 48
L
d3

ER

type

permissible load [kN]


L
type 46
type 48
load
100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C d3 min max EK [kg min] [kg max] ER [kg min] [kg max] group

92

100

250

350

49 27 13
49 27 14
49 27 25
49 27 35
49 27 45

8.7
17
25
39

7.9
15
22
35

7.5
14
18
34

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

14
31

13
29
28

25
28

22
25

560

14
17

580 600C

13

10

wt.
[kg]

237
287
387
387
387

240
255
340
345
345

160
171
229
229
229

360
395
450
460
460

100
150
250
250
250

13.9
19.4
24.7
29.5
28.5

type

4.30

Selection table
OD 323.9

Temp. of medium  600C


from page 4.52
Load doubling via type 77,
see page 4.67

Pipe clamps, clamp bases, OD 323.9 (ND 300), type 42, 43, 44, 46, 48, 49
type

d2

E
E
d3
E

350

560

 type 46
L

EK

d3

 type 48
L

ER

d3

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

type

100

250

350

43 32 18
43 32 19
43 32 28
43 32 29

9.6
28

9.0
22

29

24

8.6
15
11.3
19

11.3
16

type

100

250

350

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

44 32 12
44 32 13
44 32 31
44 32 32
44 32 33
44 32 41
44 32 42
44 32 43

38
73

32
61

25
51
21
46
74

type

118

250

580

d2

wt.
[kg]

load
group

M20

205

60

5.3

3-4

d1

wt.
[kg]

load
group

16
24
16
24

375
375
440
440

80
80
70
70

16.0
16.0
15.0
15.0

1-3
3-6
1-3
3-6

600C

d3

wt.
[kg]

load
group

9.8
18
30

46
51
25
41
46
25
41
46

375
390
470
470
470
470
470
470

80
113
110
115
165
143
132
189

17
28
19
27
47
22
31
53

5-8
6-9
3-5
5-7
5-8
3-5
5-7
5-8

600C

42 32 19 5.4
4.2
3.0
Heat-resistant materials, see pp. 0.9 and 4.4

d1

100

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

4. 32 11
4. 32 12
4. 32 13
4. 32 21
4. 32 22
4. 32 23
4. 32 31
4. 32 32
4. 32 33
4. 32 34
4. 32 35
4. 32 41
4. 32 42
4. 32 43
4. 32 44
4. 32 45

89

90

78

73

70

20
39
62

63

560

580

600C

11.3
13

19
36
58

59

18
35
57

560

16
34
55

58

580

11
20
36
17
32
55

57

13
24
41

permissible load [kN]


L
type 46
type 48
load
100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C d3 min max EK [kg min] [kg max] ER [kg min] [kg max] group
30
54
85

25
43
62

88

62
85

18
31
49
28
61
84

27
56
77

68
99 96 93 89
125 124 122 115
202 185 179 166

20
39
55
29 27 21
63 56 43
85 75 58
110 98 75
144 131 101

62
78
102 101

12
22
31
40
53
21
40
54
70
93

16
29
40
53
70

11
21
30
39
51

25
34
41
25
34
46
25
41
46
46
51
25
41
46
46
51

570
570
590
620
650
700
620
650
670
670
790
700
700
700
700
800

1200
1200
1200
1300
1300
1300
1400
1400
1400
1400
1400
1400
1400
1400
1400
1400

35
40
55
30
30
30
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50

31
42
63
41
56
76
49
76
89
106
145
55
83
98
115
154

58
77
101
72
111
132
89
135
164
190
239
106
153
190
224
268

120
140
135
120
150
160
150
180
195
205
200
165
180
210
225
235

22
30
39
27
42
58
32
51
61
71
88
39
53
70
80
101

52
69
90
64
93
109
76
111
131
154
181
88
122
145
174
212

3-5
4-6
5-7
3-5
4-6
5-8
3-5
4-7
5-8
5-8
6-9
3-5
4-7
5-8
5-8
6-9

4.31

type

100

250

350

49 32 13
49 32 14
49 32 25
49 32 35
49 32 45

13
20
31
46
50

12
17
26
40
43

11
16
22
38
41

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

18
34
37

16
32
34

28
34

25
32

560

16
22

580 600C

16

12

wt.
[kg]

262
362
412
412
412

250
255
340
345
345

180
229
248
254
254

375
395
450
460
460

100
200
250
250
250

17.2
27.0
27.8
32.7
32.3

Selection table
OD 355.6

Temp. of medium  600C


from page 4.52
Load doubling via type 77,
see page 4.67

Pipe clamps, clamp bases, OD 355.6 (ND 350), type 42, 43, 44, 46, 48, 49
560

580

d2

wt.
[kg]

load
group

M20

220

60

5.7

3-4

d1

wt.
[kg]

load
group

16
24
16
24

390
390
470
470

90
90
90
90

19.0
19.0
20.5
20.5

1-3
3-6
1-3
3-6

600C

d3

wt.
[kg]

load
group

9.9
18
31

46
51
25
41
46
25
41
46

400
420
485
485
485
485
485
485

85
113
110
122
165
143
132
189

20
30
21
31
49
24
33
55

6-8
6-9
3-5
5-7
5-8
3-5
5-7
5-8

600C

42 36 19 5.1
3.9
2.8
Heat-resistant materials, see pp. 0.9 and 4.4

250

350

43 36 18
43 36 19
43 36 28
43 36 29

9.6
29

9.0
23

33

28

8.6
16
11.3
23

11.3
19

type

100

250

350

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

44 36 12
44 36 13
44 36 31
44 36 32
44 36 33
44 36 41
44 36 42
44 36 43

48
82

41
66

32
53
21
47
74

type
4. 36 11
4. 36 12
4. 36 13
4. 36 21
4. 36 22
4. 36 23
4. 36 24
4. 36 31
4. 36 32
4. 36 33
4. 36 34
4. 36 35
4. 36 41
4. 36 42
4. 36 43
4. 36 44
4. 36 45

89

90

78

74

70

64

560

580

600C

11.3
15

19
36
58

60

18
35
57

560

16
34
55

59

580

11
21
36
17
32
55

57

13
24
42

permissible load [kN]


L
type 46
type 48
load
100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C d3 min max EK [kg min] [kg max] ER [kg min] [kg max] group
37
64
93

80
100

134
195

30
50
72

21
40
55
25
35
76
95

24
33
71
88

17
24
77
49
96
62
25 24 18
32 32 25
74 67 60 46
129 125 120 112 102 79
186 180 174 167 149 115

10
13
24
41
61
18
25
43
73 72
139 138 107

13
19
32
54
80

10
14
23
40
58

34
34
46
25
34
41
51
25
34
41
46
51
25
34
41
46
51

660
660
660
660
660
770
790
700
700
710
720
790
700
700
800
800
800

1300
1300
1300
1400
1400
1400
1400
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500

35
40
60
30
40
40
45
40
50
60
60
70
40
50
60
60
70

45
57
77
38
58
84
95
52
63
89
118
176
56
68
104
136
186

74
106
131
76
99
144
166
91
117
158
226
287
103
129
183
252
335

120
130
145
115
140
155
160
135
160
180
205
230
155
170
190
240
245

30
41
48
29
35
60
68
32
40
60
82
104
37
46
69
102
119

66
92
96
66
79
117
131
74
90
125
173
218
86
106
141
196
256

4-6
4-6
6-8
3-5
4-6
5-7
6-9
3-5
4-6
4-7
5-8
6-9
3-5
4-6
4-7
5-8
6-9

 type 46
L
d3

EK

100

 type 48
L
d3

ER

type

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

20
39
62

d2

350

d1

250

100

d3

type

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

118

100

250

350

49 36 13
49 36 14
49 36 25
49 36 35
49 36 45

22
26
31
62

21
22
30
59
56

19
21
30
52
54

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

24
45
48

22
42
45

42
44

39
41

560

23
28

580 600C

21

15

wt.
[kg]

278
378
428
478
478

300
300
400
400
400

230
235
260
280
280

445
455
510
525
525

100
200
250
300
300

25
34
34
46
46

type

4.32

Selection table
OD 368
Pipe clamps, clamp bases, OD 368 (ND 350), type 42, 43, 44, 46, 48, 49
type

d2

250

350

560

580

d2

wt.
[kg]

load
group

M20

225

60

5.8

3-4

d1

wt.
[kg]

load
group

16
24
16
24

395
395
475
475

90
90
90
90

18.5
18.5
21.0
20.5

1-3
3-6
1-3
3-6

600C

d3

wt.
[kg]

load
group

9.8
18
31

46
51
25
41
46
25
41
46

400
420
490
490
490
490
490
490

85
113
110
122
165
143
132
189

20
31
21
31
50
24
33
56

6-8
6-9
3-5
5-7
5-8
3-5
5-7
5-8

600C

42 37 19 5.0
3.9
2.8
Heat-resistant materials, see pp. 0.9 and 4.4

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

type

100

250

350

43 37 18
43 37 19
43 37 28
43 37 29

9.6
29

9.0
22

33

28

8.6
16
11.3
23

11.3
19

type

100

250

350

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

44 37 12
44 37 13
44 37 31
44 37 32
44 37 33
44 37 41
44 37 42
44 37 43

48
70

41
62

32
53
22
47
75

560

580

600C

11.3
15

d3

d1

100

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

type

 type 46
L

EK

d3

 type 48
L

ER

d3

118

91

79

70

21
39
63

64

19
37
58

60

18
36
57

560

16
35
56

59

580

11
21
36
17
32
55

58

13
24
42

permissible load [kN]


L
type 46
type 48
load
100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C d3 min max EK [kg min] [kg max] ER [kg min] [kg max] group

4. 37 11 37 30 21
4. 37 12 66 50 40
4. 37 13 93 73 55
4. 37 21
25 23 17
4. 37 22
35 33 24
4. 37 23 80 77 76 70 49
4. 37 24 100 96 95 88 62
4. 37 31
25 24 18 10
4. 37 32
32 32 24 13
4. 37 33
76 69 61 47 25
4. 37 34 137 129 125 121 112 102 79 41
4. 37 35 199 199 191 178 167 149 114 61
4. 37 41
18
4. 37 42
25
4. 37 43
43
4. 37 44
79 72
4. 37 45
139 138 106

13
19
32
54
80

10
13
23
40
58

34
34
46
25
34
41
46
25
34
41
46
51
25
34
41
46
51

680
680
680
680
680
770
790
700
700
720
740
820
750
750
750
750
850

1300
1300
1300
1400
1400
1400
1400
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500

35
40
60
30
40
40
45
40
50
60
60
70
40
50
60
60
70

46
62
80
39
49
79
101
53
64
89
124
179
59
72
100
135
195

73
107
133
78
101
144
169
93
115
161
229
292
104
131
180
255
339

120
130
145
115
140
155
160
135
160
180
220
230
155
170
190
240
245

31
42
49
29
36
61
68
32
41
62
85
108
39
49
67
98
125

67
93
96
66
79
117
132
75
90
127
177
220
86
106
142
197
257

4-6
4-6
6-8
3-5
4-6
5-7
6-8
3-5
4-6
4-7
5-8
6-9
3-5
4-6
4-7
5-8
6-9

4.33

type

100

250

350

49 37 13
49 37 14
49 37 25
49 37 35
49 37 45

22
27
32
63
66

21
23
31
61
59

19
22
30
54
56

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

24
46
50

23
43
47

42
46

40
43

560

24
30

580 600C

22

16

wt.
[kg]

284
384
434
484
484

300
300
400
400
400

230
241
260
292
292

445
460
510
525
525

100
200
250
300
300

25
34
35
48
47

Selection table
OD 406.4

Temp. of medium  600C


from page 4.52
Load doubling via type 77,
see page 4.67

Pipe clamps, clamp bases, OD 406.4 (ND 400), type 42, 43, 44, 46, 48, 49
250

350

560

580

d2

wt.
[kg]

load
group

M24

255

70

9.7

3-5

d1

wt.
[kg]

load
group

16
24
16
24

430
430
500
500

100
100
100
100

23.0
23.0
24.5
24.5

1-3
3-6
1-3
3-6

600C

d3

wt.
[kg]

load
group

9.6
23
34

51
61
41
51
25
46
51
25
46
51

440
450
500
500
520
520
520
520
520
520

92
135
117
135
110
144
149
143
164
189

26
35
25
38
23
44
63
26
58
92

6-9
7-10
5-7
6-9
3-5
5-8
6-9
3-5
5-8
6-9

600C

42 41 19 8.0
6.2
4.5
Heat-resistant materials, see pp. 0.9 and 4.4

d2

100

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

type

100

250

350

43 41 18
43 41 19
43 41 28
43 41 29

9.6
30

9.0
23

33

28

8.6
16
11.3
23

11.3
20

type

100

250

350

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

44 41 12 59
44 41 13 93
44 41 22
44 41 23
44 41 31
44 41 35
44 41 36 101
44 41 41
44 41 45
44 41 46 151

49
75

40
63
36
61

560

580

600C

132

117

109

15
36
60

108

11
24
33
16
42
64

98

12
31
48

permissible load [kN]


L
type 46
type 48
load
100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C d3 min max EK [kg min] [kg max] ER [kg min] [kg max] group
44
75
109

36
55
85

26
43
67
29 28
41 39
95 91 90 84
118 114 112 104

20
28
58
73
30 28 21
47 44 35
83 78 71 55
141 129 125 121 112 100 77
236 232 225 210 193 174 134

12
20
29
41
71
21
36
51
77 72
142 141 125

16
27
38
54
94

11
20
27
40
69

34
41
46
25
34
41
46
25
41
46
46
51
25
41
46
46
51

780
780
780
780
780
820
820
800
800
800
800
870
800
800
800
800
900

1400
1400
1400
1500
1500
1500
1500
1600
1600
1600
1600
1600
1600
1600
1600
1600
1600

30
40
55
40
40
50
60
45
50
70
70
80
45
50
70
70
80

60
73
109
59
77
109
121
70
98
120
148
221
76
107
131
164
247

95
131
150
95
123
185
213
116
163
205
250
375
135
188
234
290
422

155
160
175
145
150
180
180
160
180
200
220
260
175
205
225
225
265

43
56
73
40
49
79
85
44
64
80
97
149
51
73
85
106
159

87
111
132
85
102
149
172
99
132
159
203
286
114
153
187
232
322

4-6
5-7
6-8
3-5
4-6
5-7
6-8
3-5
4-7
5-8
5-8
6-9
3-5
4-7
5-8
5-8
6-9

67

17
37
62

 type 46
L
d3

EK

4. 41 11
4. 41 12
4. 41 13
4. 41 21
4. 41 22
4. 41 23
4. 41 24
4. 41 31
4. 41 32
4. 41 33
4. 41 34
4. 41 35
4. 41 41
4. 41 42
4. 41 43
4. 41 44
4. 41 45

139

81

26
44
18
38
63

580

 type 48
L
d3

ER

type

93

28
48

560

d3

11.3
15

d1

type

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

144

100

250

350

49 41 13
49 41 14
49 41 25
49 41 35
49 41 45

25
47
59
90
91

23
40
53
84
83

22
37
43
72
79

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

35
61
71

32
57
66

57
64

55
60

560

34
41

580 600C

30

23

wt.
[kg]

303
403
453
503
503

280
300
400
400
400

260
241
273
300
300

450
480
535
550
550

100
200
250
300
300

33
44
47
63
63

type

4.34

Selection table
OD 419
Pipe clamps, clamp bases, OD 419 (ND 400), type 42, 43, 44, 46, 48, 49
type

d2

250

350

560

580

d2

wt.
[kg]

load
group

M24

260

70

9.7

3-5

d1

wt.
[kg]

load
group

16
24
16
24

435
435
500
500

100
100
100
100

23
23
24.5
25

1-3
3-6
1-3
3-6

600C

d3

wt.
[kg]

load
group

9.6
23
34

51
61
41
51
25
46
51
25
46
51

445
460
500
500
525
525
525
525
525
525

92
162
117
140
110
144
149
143
164
189

26
60
26
44
23
44
64
27
58
96

6-9
7-10
5-7
6-9
3-5
5-8
6-9
3-5
5-8
6-9

600C

42 42 19 8.0
6.2
4.4
Heat-resistant materials, see pp. 0.9 and 4.4

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

type

100

250

350

43 42 18
43 42 19
43 42 28
43 42 29

9.6
29

9.0
22

33

28

8.6
16
11.3
23

11.3
19

type

100

250

350

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

44 42 12 59
44 42 15 151
44 42 22
44 42 25
44 42 31
44 42 35
44 42 36
44 42 41
44 42 45
44 42 46 151

49
116

40
84
36
75

560

580

600C

11.3
15

d3

d1

100

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

type

 type 46
L

EK

d3

 type 48
L

ER

d3

144

4. 42 11
4. 42 12
4. 42 13
4. 42 21
4. 42 22
4. 42 23
4. 42 24
4. 42 31
4. 42 32
4. 42 33
4. 42 34
4. 42 35
4. 42 41
4. 42 42
4. 42 43
4. 42 44
4. 42 45

98

140

85

133

28
59

71

118

26
53
18
38
67

110

17
37
65

560

15
36
64

108

580

11
25
34
16
42
64

99

12
31
48

permissible load [kN]


L
type 46
type 48
load
100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C d3 min max EK [kg min] [kg max] ER [kg min] [kg max] group
43
74
109

35
55
85

25
43
67
29 28
41 39
95 91 90 83
117 114 113 104

20
28
58
73
30 28 21
47 45 35
83 78 70 54
139 129 125 121 113 100 77
234 230 223 209 194 176 136

12
20
29
41
71
21
36
50
77 72
140 139 125

16
27
38
54
94

11
20
28
40
69

34
41
46
25
34
41
46
25
41
46
46
51
25
41
46
46
51

800
800
800
800
800
830
830
800
800
800
810
890
800
800
800
900
900

1400
1400
1400
1500
1500
1500
1500
1600
1600
1600
1600
1600
1600
1600
1600
1600
1600

30
40
55
40
40
50
60
45
50
70
70
80
45
50
70
70
80

62
75
112
61
78
103
125
72
96
122
152
228
78
106
134
175
252

94
131
162
97
124
184
214
118
166
204
261
381
137
185
237
293
427

155
160
175
145
150
180
180
160
180
200
220
260
175
205
225
225
265

44
58
75
41
50
80
87
44
64
81
99
153
51
73
86
116
160

88
112
132
85
103
155
173
99
133
160
204
287
114
154
187
224
323

4-6
5-7
6-8
3-5
4-6
5-7
6-8
3-5
4-7
5-8
5-8
6-9
3-5
4-7
5-8
5-8
6-9

4.35

type

100

250

350

49 42 13
49 42 14
49 42 25
49 42 35
49 42 45

37
47
61
91
92

32
40
53
85
85

24
37
43
72
80

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

35
61
72

32
57
67

57
65

55
61

560

34
42

580 600C

32

23

wt.
[kg]

310
410
460
510
510

300
300
400
400
400

241
241
273
300
300

420
480
535
555
555

100
200
250
300
300

31
44
48
64
64

Selection table
OD 457.2

Temp. of medium  600C


from page 4.52
Load doubling via type 77,
see page 4.67

Pipe clamps, clamp bases, OD 457.2 (ND 450), type 42, 43, 44, 46, 48, 49
560

580

d2

wt.
[kg]

load
group

M24

280

70

10.4

3-5

d1

wt.
[kg]

load
group

16
24

450
450

100
100

24
24

1-3
3-6

600C

d3

wt.
[kg]

load
group

9.1
17
34
47

51
51
61
41
51
51
25
46
51
51
25
46
51
51

470
470
480
540
540
540
560
560
560
560
560
560
560
560

112
113
162
96
122
136
102
135
149
209
143
145
189
229

30
36
62
24
36
46
25
40
66
114
29
44
96
145

6-9
7-9
7-10
5-7
6-9
6-9
3-5
5-8
6-9
6-9
3-5
5-8
6-9
6-9

600C

350

43 46 18
43 46 19

9.6
27

9.0
21

8.6
15

type

100

250

350

44 46 12 59
44 46 13 81
44 46 15 150
44 46 22
44 46 23
44 46 25
44 46 31
44 46 32
44 46 35
44 46 36 151
44 46 41
44 46 42
44 46 45
44 46 46 151

50
66
117

39
51
84
28
58
69

type

133
148

76
125

126
140

560

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

22
45
55

63
104

112
127

20
42
50
14
32
59
98

104
120

13
31
58
97

103
117

560

11
30
57
94

580

580

10
20
33
52
15
32
64
91

98
114

600C

12
24
47
66

permissible load [kN]


L
type 46
type 48
load
100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C d3 min max EK [kg min] [kg max] ER [kg min] [kg max] group
45 36
60 46
120 92
151 112

26
35
73
89
36 34
59 55
139 133 132 119
156 152 150 138

24
40
85
98
50 46 35
58 53 42
123 112 101 78
275 252 244 236 227 203 156
298 285 276 267 257 233 181

20
22
41
83
94
36 27
41 31
72 54
157 145 109
201 199 163 123

20
22
40
80
90

34
41
46
51
34
41
46
51
41
46
46
51
61
41
46
46
51
61

770
820
850
850
800
800
930
930
900
900
900
930
980
900
900
900
1000
1000

1450
1450
1450
1450
1600
1600
1600
1600
1700
1700
1700
1700
1700
1700
1700
1700
1700
1700

35
40
50
60
45
50
55
55
50
50
60
70
85
50
50
60
70
85

71
76
131
138
81
103
160
172
117
132
184
298
333
128
142
197
318
357

112
125
173
214
131
170
262
298
184
206
287
456
513
211
242
326
528
577

150
155
170
185
160
170
185
200
180
190
225
245
250
195
210
235
295
295

47
59
86
86
50
69
113
123
75
81
116
175
204
86
92
125
205
228

97
109
143
156
107
141
210
232
147
158
224
331
366
171
185
254
387
416

4-6
5-7
6-8
6-9
4-6
5-7
6-8
7-9
4-7
5-8
5-8
6-9
7-10
4-7
5-8
5-8
6-9
7-10

 type 46
L
d3

 type 48
L
d3

144

type

100

250

350

49 46 13 37
49 46 14 75
49 46 25
49 46 35 100
49 46 45 105

32
57
55
94
95

24
41
44
80
90

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

36
68
81

33
64
75

64
74

62
70

560

39
48

580 600C

36

26

wt.
[kg]

329
429
479
529
529

350
350
400
400
400

241
260
292
324
324

485
500
535
555
555

100
200
250
300
300

36
49
51
68
69

4. 46 11
4. 46 12
4. 46 13
4. 46 14
4. 46 21
4. 46 22
4. 46 23
4. 46 24
4. 46 31
4. 46 32
4. 46 33
4. 46 34
4. 46 35
4. 46 41
4. 46 42
4. 46 43
4. 46 44
4. 46 45

87
145

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

EK

250

ER

100

type

42 46 19 7.5
5.8
4.1
Heat-resistant materials, see pp. 0.9 and 4.4

d2

350

d1

250

100

d3

type

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

4.36

Selection table
OD 508
Pipe clamps, clamp bases, OD 508 (ND 500), type 42, 44, 46, 48, 49
type

d2

E
d3
E

 type 46
L

EK

d3

 type 48
L

ER

d3

560

580

d2

wt.
[kg]

load
group

M24

305

70

11.4

3-5

600C

d3

wt.
[kg]

load
group

11
22
35
63

21
34
51
61
71
25
41
51
61
25
46
51
61
25
46
51
61

500
500
500
500
520
570
570
570
570
590
590
590
590
590
590
590
590

80
80
92
162
222
99
100
122
164
128
144
189
196
164
164
196
254

25
27
35
58
106
28
31
42
75
37
48
82
118
42
63
108
190

1-4
4-6
6-9
7-10
8-30
3-5
5-7
6-9
7-10
3-5
5-8
6-9
7-10
3-5
5-8
6-9
7-10

600C

250

350

44 51 14 10
44 51 15 28
44 51 16 57
44 51 17 98
44 51 18 189
44 51 25
44 51 26
44 51 27
44 51 28
44 51 35
44 51 36
44 51 37
44 51 38
44 51 45
44 51 46
44 51 47
44 51 48 222

8.9
24
48
81
158

7.5
19
37
65
125
16
30
59
117

4. 51 11
4. 51 12
4. 51 13
4. 51 14
4. 51 21
4. 51 22
4. 51 23
4. 51 24
4. 51 31
4. 51 32
4. 51 33
4. 51 34
4. 51 35
4. 51 41
4. 51 42
4. 51 43
4. 51 44
4. 51 45

155

222

147

217

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

13
23
47
100

140

202

12
22
42
90
17
35
81
131

189

16
34
80
122

186

560

14
33
68
98

580

11
23
35
52
19
40
65
113

164

15
30
48
84

permissible load [kN]


L
type 46
type 48
load
100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C d3 min max EK [kg min] [kg max] ER [kg min] [kg max] group
44 37 26
68 51 39
119 93 73
171 127 101
42 40 29
60 55 40
136 130 129 117 83
168 162 160 147 103
45 45 35 20
59 54 42 23
123 113 102 79 41
268 250 242 234 227 205 158 84
335 308 298 288 282 254 195 104
36 27 20
41 31 22
72 54 40
156 145 109 80
202 201 182 137 100

34
41
46
51
34
41
46
61
41
46
46
51
61
41
46
46
51
61

860
860
900
900
920
920
1000
1050
1000
1000
1000
1030
1030
1000
1000
1000
1050
1050

1500
1500
1500
1500
1650
1650
1650
1650
1800
1800
1800
1800
1800
1800
1800
1800
1800
1800

35
40
60
65
50
60
60
60
60
70
80
80
90
60
70
80
80
90

86
94
151
173
104
122
182
235
139
154
208
324
393
151
169
230
363
429

123
150
193
234
153
192
295
335
208
234
327
512
601
238
270
380
589
687

160
175
175
180
170
180
200
220
200
200
230
265
300
210
225
250
315
315

60
71
97
101
67
77
129
148
85
97
136
199
248
97
111
149
243
275

111
133
159
182
130
151
231
259
162
181
252
375
456
188
209
287
435
499

4-6
5-7
6-8
6-9
4-6
5-7
6-8
7-10
4-7
5-8
5-8
6-9
7-10
4-7
5-8
5-8
6-9
7-10

350

100

type

173

250

42 51 19 6.9
5.4
3.8
Heat-resistant materials, see pp. 0.9 and 4.4

type

100

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

4.37

type

100

250

350

49 51 13 46
49 51 14 84
49 51 25
49 51 35 129
49 51 45 148

40
66
62
125
135

29
49
61
107
129

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

54
90
116

50
85
108

84
107

81
99

560

48
68

580 600C

52

38

wt.
[kg]

354
454
554
554
554

350
350
400
395
400

241
280
330
330
330

500
500
550
565
580

100
200
300
300
300

42
52
70
81
87

Selection table
OD 558.8

Temp. of medium  600C


from page 4.52
Load doubling via type 77,
see page 4.67

Pipe clamps, clamp bases, OD 558.8 (ND 550), type 42, 44, 46, 48, 49
560

580

d2

wt.
[kg]

load
group

M30

350

90

24

5-6

600C

d3

wt.
[kg]

load
group

23
35
47
63

34
46
51
61
71
34
51
51
61
46
51
61
61
46
51
61
61

530
530
530
530
545
600
600
600
600
620
620
620
620
620
620
620
620

85
107
113
162
222
100
122
132
164
138
189
196
229
164
196
216
254

31
36
44
60
110
33
46
49
80
51
89
121
166
68
121
152
211

3-6
5-8
6-9
7-10
8-30
4-6
6-9
6-9
7-10
5-8
6-9
7-10
7-10
5-8
6-9
7-10
7-10

600C

100

250

350

44 56 14
44 56 15
44 56 16
44 56 17
44 56 18
44 56 25
44 56 26
44 56 27
44 56 28
44 56 35
44 56 36
44 56 37
44 56 38
44 56 45
44 56 46
44 56 47
44 56 48

20
45
75
101
182

17
38
60
84
151

15
29
45
67
120
24
59
69
116

type

222

137
175

222

130
166

222

19
47
55
99

124
158

211

18
43
51
90
35
83
120
150

194

34
82
119
149

188

560

33
68
98
126

580

25
35
52
83
40
65
86
115

167

31
48
66
85

permissible load [kN]


L
type 46
type 48
load
100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C d3 min max EK [kg min] [kg max] ER [kg min] [kg max] group
44 34 25
67 52 39
131 98 77
202 155 123
43 41 30
57 55 40
133 131 118 86
208 200 194 182 128
53 53 41 22
71 70 54 30
95 90 70 40
276 252 245 237 227 205 158 83
402 364 352 343 340 306 236 126
40 29 21
54 40 30
72 54 40
172 145 109 80
231 217 163 120

34
41
51
51
34
41
51
51
41
46
46
51
61
41
46
46
51
61

820
880
920
930
960
960
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1180
1100
1100
1100
1100
1200

1550
1550
1550
1550
1700
1700
1700
1700
1900
1900
1900
1900
1900
1900
1900
1900
1900
1900

40
50
60
65
55
60
65
65
60
60
70
90
100
60
60
70
90
100

84
111
164
206
117
137
233
282
168
204
239
368
506
186
229
266
411
567

130
162
227
283
171
203
323
405
254
324
360
563
746
289
348
419
654
860

170
185
195
205
180
190
205
240
200
230
240
270
320
225
220
260
285
360

61
76
101
118
74
83
147
182
107
130
148
224
321
122
140
171
246
359

117
128
177
237
140
159
247
306
191
235
271
422
553
224
265
318
470
623

4-6
5-7
6-9
7-9
4-6
5-7
6-9
7-9
4-7
5-8
5-8
6-9
7-10
4-7
5-8
5-8
6-9
7-10

 type 46
L
d3

 type 48
L
d3

173

type

100

250

350

49 56 13 55
49 56 14 107
49 56 25
49 56 35 161
49 56 45 174

44
84
70
147
150

32
62
66
127
142

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

56
105
128

52
99
119

97
111

91
107

560

55
73

580 600C

55

40

wt.
[kg]

380
480
580
580
580

400
395
450
450
450

241
292
343
350
350

570
585
620
635
650

100
200
300
300
300

71
89
100
116
120

4. 56 11
4. 56 12
4. 56 13
4. 56 14
4. 56 21
4. 56 22
4. 56 23
4. 56 24
4. 56 31
4. 56 32
4. 56 33
4. 56 34
4. 56 35
4. 56 41
4. 56 42
4. 56 43
4. 56 44
4. 56 45

200

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

EK

type

42 56 19 17
13
9.9
Heat-resistant materials, see pp. 0.9 and 4.4

ER

350

250

d2

100

d3

type

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

4.38

Selection table
OD 609.6
Pipe clamps, clamp bases, OD 609.6 (ND 600), type 42, 44, 46, 48, 49
type

d2

E
E

 type 46
L

EK

d3

 type 48
L

ER

d3

560

580

d2

wt.
[kg]

load
group

M30

375

90

26

5-6

600C

d3

wt.
[kg]

load
group

21
34
59
77

34
51
51
61
71
41
51
61
61
46
51
61
71
46
51
61
71

560
560
560
560
580
645
645
645
645
685
685
685
685
685
685
685
685

115
98
119
162
222
120
122
143
164
164
189
209
229
182
196
260
254

37
44
50
66
114
43
49
75
86
62
100
142
182
76
119
214
244

3-6
6-9
6-9
7-10
8-30
4-7
6-9
7-10
7-10
5-8
6-9
7-10
8-30
5-8
6-9
7-10
8-30

600C

100

250

350

44 61 14
44 61 15
44 61 16
44 61 17
44 61 18
44 61 25
44 61 26
44 61 27
44 61 28
44 61 35
44 61 36
44 61 37
44 61 38
44 61 45
44 61 46
44 61 47
44 61 48

29
56
80
110
195

24
45
69
87
159

21
38
50
74
125
23
55
86
110

4. 61 11
4. 61 12
4. 61 13
4. 61 14
4. 61 15
4. 61 21
4. 61 22
4. 61 23
4. 61 24
4. 61 31
4. 61 32
4. 61 33
4. 61 34
4. 61 35
4. 61 36
4. 61 41
4. 61 42
4. 61 43
4. 61 44
4. 61 45
4. 61 46

268

340

128
248

305

122
215

291

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

22
43
71
92

116
179

263

21
39
67
85
38
78
110
169

247

37
77
108
165

243

560

36
66
91
137

25
35
52
82
39
64
106
142

141
219

580

29
47
81
103

permissible load [kN]


L
type 46
type 48
load
100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C d3 min max EK [kg min] [kg max] ER [kg min] [kg max] group
60 47 35
89 69 55
127 97 77
186 141 112
224 167 132
60 57 42
117 112 80
193 186 184 171 120
245 236 233 217 152
55
93
127
263 247 239 231 220
398 361 349 340 337
494 472 458 442 419

53 41 22
90 70 40
123 96 53
198 152 80
306 235 125
375 288 156
39 30 22
71 54 40
96 72 53
141 106 78
256 217 162 120
306 303 272 205 150

41
46
51
51
61
41
51
51
61
41
46
46
51
61
71
41
46
46
51
61
71

1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
1010
1060
1090
1110
1200
1200
1200
1210
1240
1260
1200
1200
1200
1300
1300
1300

1600
1600
1600
1600
1600
1800
1800
1800
1800
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000

40
45
50
55
65
60
60
60
70
60
70
90
90
110
110
60
70
90
90
110
110

122 165
151 199
176 244
217 293
275 340
155 231
252 362
310 477
381 540
191 266
274 398
324 469
417 613
565 820
677 962
211 316
302 463
365 541
486 708
646 952
766 1127

185
195
190
205
230
190
220
235
265
220
235
280
285
325
360
230
275
280
295
355
365

87
108
115
130
142
105
150
188
231
125
172
202
264
357
433
135
197
233
298
403
482

150
184
191
242
280
190
273
336
397
217
299
347
467
609
718
242
350
409
515
683
793

4-7
6-8
6-9
7-9
7-10
4-7
6-9
7-9
8-10
4-7
5-8
5-8
6-9
7-10
8-30
4-7
5-8
5-8
6-9
7-10
8-30

350

type

type

199

250

42 61 19 16
13
9.3
Heat-resistant materials, see pp. 0.9 and 4.4

d3

100

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

4.39

type

100

250

350

49 61 13 76
49 61 14 117
49 61 25
49 61 35 172
49 61 45 202

74
88
73
152
173

54
64
70
131
165

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

64
108
148

59
102
138

99
125

94
121

560

59
83

580 600C

62

45

wt.
[kg]

455
505
605
605
605

400
395
450
450
450

273
311
362
370
370

570
585
620
635
650

150
200
300
300
300

80
95
108
122
128

Selection table
OD 660.4

Temp. of medium  600C


from page 4.52
Load doubling via type 77,
see page 4.67

Pipe clamps, clamp bases, OD 660.4 (ND 650), type 42, 44, 46, 48, 49
250

350

15

12

8.8

type

100

250

350

44 66 14
44 66 15
44 66 16
44 66 17
44 66 18
44 66 19
44 66 25
44 66 26
44 66 27
44 66 28
44 66 35
44 66 36
44 66 37
44 66 38
44 66 45
44 66 46
44 66 47
44 66 48

34
58
86
130
183
306

28
47
71
106
145
241

24
36
57
85
116
174
22
61
101
169

560

580

d2

wt.
[kg]

load
group

M30

400

90

28

5-6

600C

d3

wt.
[kg]

load
group

22
44
60
78

41
51
51
61
71
71
41
51
61
71
46
51
61
71
46
51
61
71

610
610
610
610
610
635
680
680
680
680
700
700
700
700
700
700
700
700

115
113
162
162
210
229
120
132
158
196
164
196
209
229
164
216
260
254

41
48
66
79
118
172
44
55
83
135
65
127
146
191
79
160
222
250

4-7
6-9
6-9
7-10
8-30
9-30
4-7
6-9
7-10
8-30
5-8
6-9
7-10
8-30
5-8
6-9
7-10
8-30

600C

42 66 19

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

d2

type  100

340

260

312

226

298

188

270

253

39
79
112
173

160
249

38
77
96
139

25
52
53
83
39
78
112
142

153
222

30
60
84
105

 Heat-resistant materials,
see pp. 0.9 and 4.4

20
44
76
134
40
80
113
175

580

d3

22
48
83
142

560

permissible load [kN]


L
type 46
type 48
load
100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C d3 min max EK [kg min] [kg max] ER [kg min] [kg max] group

60
90
139
202
308
378

47 25
70 40
107 57
155 82
237 125
291 155
45 33 24
72 54 40
100 74 54
146 110 80
262 218 164 120
329 321 272 204 150

1030
1050
1050
1050
1050
1120
1250
1250
1280
1250
1250
1250
1250
1320
1320
1250
1250
1250
1250
1350
1350

1650
1650
1650
1650
1650
1900
1900
1900
1900
2050
2050
2050
2050
2050
2050
2050
2050
2050
2050
2050
2050

40
50
55
60
70
65
65
70
80
65
65
90
90
100
110
65
65
90
90
100
110

133 177 200


170 216 215
212 270 200
271 355 245
303 395 235
188 267 220
294 390 245
356 491 260
408 591 270
228 331 225
301 429 245
364 527 290
467 666 305
621 885 315
735 1044 355
243 364 235
332 491 285
401 588 295
510 769 315
698 1011 350
827 1198 360

103
127
137
170
185
133
191
232
281
150
190
233
296
391
467
168
221
263
334
433
518

173
210
218
291
303
237
312
385
453
260
328
401
504
643
759
295
386
461
562
726
834

5-7
6-8
6-9
7-10
8-10
4-7
6-9
7-9
8-10
4-7
5-8
5-8
6-9
7-10
8-30
4-7
5-8
5-8
6-9
7-10
8-30

 type 46
L
d3

EK

41
46
51
61
61
41
51
51
61
41
46
46
51
61
71
41
46
46
51
61
71

 type 48
L
d3

224

type

100

250

350

49 66 13
49 66 14
49 66 25
49 66 35
49 66 45

89
122
113
167
226

76
96
99
161
194

56
71
81
160
185

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

66
128
166

61
120
154

116
145

103
139

560

72
96

580 600C

72

53

wt.
[kg]

480
530
630
630
630

400
395
450
450
450

300
330
370
381
381

570
585
620
650
650

150
200
300
300
300

86
101
113
134
136

60 46 36
90 71 56
136 102 81
217 159 126
257 196 155
66 63 45
118 111 80
195 192 176 125
256 246 243 223 158
61
91
155
273 250 242 234 225
399 362 350 340 337
488 474 460 439 421

ER

type
4. 66 11
4. 66 12
4. 66 13
4. 66 14
4. 66 15
4. 66 21
4. 66 22
4. 66 23
4. 66 24
4. 66 31
4. 66 32
4. 66 33
4. 66 34
4. 66 35
4. 66 36
4. 66 41
4. 66 42
4. 66 43
4. 66 44
4. 66 45
4. 66 46

281

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

4.40

Selection table
OD 711.2
Pipe clamps, clamp bases, OD 711.2 (ND 700), type 42, 44, 46, 48, 49
type  100

250

350

42 71 19

14

11

8.1

type

100

250

350

44 71 14
44 71 15
44 71 16
44 71 17
44 71 18
44 71 19
44 71 25
44 71 26
44 71 27
44 71 28
44 71 29
44 71 35
44 71 36
44 71 37
44 71 38
44 71 39
44 71 45
44 71 46
44 71 47
44 71 48

42
95
125
152
188
307

35
76
102
121
145
243

30
63
83
88
115
176
33
56
78
118
168

d2

d3

 Heat-resistant materials,
see pp. 0.9 and 4.4

type
 type 46
L

EK

d3

 type 48
L

ER

d3

224

235
316

298

205
274

285

560

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

26
44
68
98
141

24
41
62
88
132
40
72
109
160
215

170
229

258

242

39
71
108
157
210

238

560

38
67
92
138
175

25
35
52
82
91
42
90
115
143

221

580

580

d2

wt.
[kg]

load
group

M30

430

90

30

5-6

600C

d3

wt.
[kg]

load
group

23
47
63
78

41
51
61
71
71
71
41
51
61
71
71
46
51
61
71
71
46
51
61
71

630
630
630
630
630
650
720
720
720
720
720
740
740
740
740
740
740
740
740
740

143
162
168
181
222
235
122
138
149
164
196
164
189
209
229
267
189
229
276
254

58
71
82
99
133
187
51
63
88
100
143
72
108
156
198
257
95
180
243
262

4-7
6-9
7-10
8-30
8-30
9-30
5-7
6-9
7-10
8-30
8-30
5-8
6-9
7-10
8-30
9-30
5-8
6-9
7-10
8-30

600C

32
66
85
105

permissible load [kN]


L
type 46
type 48
load
100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C d3 min max EK [kg min] [kg max] ER [kg min] [kg max] group
73 57 44
119 90 72
173 135 107
234 181 144
264 204 162
73 70 50
116 111 80
201 198 185 129
255 245 242 223 158
63
94
180 175
273 250 242 234 225
399 362 350 340 337
533 488 473 457 440

60
90
158
202
307
394

46 27
70 40
121 64
155 82
236 125
303 162
49 37 27
72 54 40
115 86 63
145 109 80
228 217 163 120
338 335 283 213 155

41
46
51
51
61
46
51
51
61
41
46
51
51
61
71
41
46
51
51
61
71

1030
1080
1080
1090
1090
1200
1210
1320
1350
1300
1300
1300
1310
1390
1450
1300
1300
1300
1400
1400
1450

1700
1700
1700
1700
1700
2000
2000
2000
2000
2100
2100
2100
2100
2100
2100
2100
2100
2100
2100
2100
2100

45
55
60
80
90
70
70
70
90
70
70
100
100
100
130
70
70
100
100
100
130

168 213 195


212 276 240
256 357 225
312 412 230
349 439 215
232 323 220
315 436 240
401 581 250
487 648 280
256 364 235
333 459 250
447 638 285
519 719 305
681 949 335
849 1146 345
284 409 240
361 526 290
492 720 305
577 821 315
759 1081 355
936 1316 370

124
147
160
191
214
152
195
276
309
163
203
268
313
432
522
186
236
297
375
462
578

197
231
293
309
337
266
341
441
488
278
342
441
524
676
780
317
402
513
583
733
879

5-7
6-8
7-9
7-9
8-10
5-8
6-9
7-9
8-10
4-7
5-8
6-9
6-9
7-10
8-30
4-7
5-8
6-9
6-9
7-10
8-30

4. 71 11
4. 71 12
4. 71 13
4. 71 14
4. 71 15
4. 71 21
4. 71 22
4. 71 23
4. 71 24
4. 71 31
4. 71 32
4. 71 33
4. 71 34
4. 71 35
4. 71 36
4. 71 41
4. 71 42
4. 71 43
4. 71 44
4. 71 45
4. 71 46

340

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

4.41

type

100

250

350

49 71 13
49 71 14
49 71 25
49 71 35
49 71 45

95
135
118
203
253

79
106
114
195
218

58
78
100
188
207

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

82
157
186

76
147
173

135
167

120
160

560

82
111

580 600C

83

61

wt.
[kg]

506
556
656
656
656

400
395
450
450
450

320
350
394
413
413

570
585
635
650
650

150
200
300
300
300

92
107
129
147
147

Temp. of medium  600C


from page 4.52
Load doubling via type 77,
see page 4.67

Pipe clamps, clamp bases, OD 762 (ND 750), type 42, 44, 46, 48, 49

10

7.7

type

100

250

350

44 76 14
44 76 15
44 76 16
44 76 17
44 76 18
44 76 19
44 76 25
44 76 26
44 76 27
44 76 28
44 76 29
44 76 35
44 76 36
44 76 37
44 76 38
44 76 39
44 76 45
44 76 46
44 76 47
44 76 48
44 76 49

54
83
120
151
196
308

45
67
95
116
151
239

37
53
76
87
120
174
54
76
117
156
242

type

340

284

340

338

340

43
64
97
121
192

40
59
88
113
176
40
71
108
158
266

284

340

340

39
70
106
156
261

340

560

38
67
91
139
202

26
35
52
83
106
50
90
115
143
195

223
309

580

38
66
85
106
146

wt.
[kg]

load
group

M30

455

90

31

5-6

600C

d3

wt.
[kg]

load
group

28
47
63
78
108

41
51
61
71
71
71
51
61
71
71
71
46
51
61
71
71
46
51
61
71
71

670
670
670
670
670
690
760
760
760
760
760
770
770
770
770
770
770
770
770
770
770

156
162
168
181
222
235
138
149
164
196
218
171
189
209
225
260
196
218
276
260
279

72
73
84
102
133
188
67
91
112
148
206
86
122
163
220
297
133
189
253
285
375

4-7
6-9
7-10
8-30
8-30
9-30
6-9
7-10
8-30
8-30
9-30
5-8
6-9
7-10
8-30
9-30
5-8
6-9
7-10
8-30
9-30

permissible load [kN]


L
type 46
type 48
load
100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C d3 min max EK [kg min] [kg max] ER [kg min] [kg max] group
74 57 43
120 92 73
183 137 108
236 182 144
308 237 188
74 69 50
117 111 80
206 201 190 132
301 289 285 262 184
71
94
149
237 225
397 365 352 343 340
603 552 535 517 506

69
90
140
202
306
461

53 30
70 40
109 60
155 83
236 125
354 188
54 41 30
72 54 40
108 82 60
145 109 80
253 219 163 120
385 382 326 246 179

41
46
51
51
61
46
51
51
61
41
46
51
51
61
71
41
46
51
51
61
71

1120
1120
1150
1150
1150
1400
1400
1420
1490
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1580
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1600

1750
1750
1750
1750
1750
2200
2200
2200
2200
2300
2300
2300
2300
2300
2300
2300
2300
2300
2300
2300
2300

45 186 231 215


55 232 300 215
65 297 364 245
80 359 446 260
90 451 509 255
70 270 378 250
70 369 500 250
80 474 683 300
90 602 775 300
80 324 450 260
80 393 531 270
100 512 697 310
100 597 811 330
110 802 1084 360
140 1146 1443 400
80 359 495 275
80 427 605 285
100 571 798 335
100 667 937 340
110 880 1231 365
140 1187 1613 430

145 218
161 257
187 314
216 343
256 394
190 316
242 403
316 516
396 621
210 342
254 402
313 502
386 616
495 796
695 1023
243 393
286 469
361 590
437 706
538 881
751 1152

5-7
6-8
7-9
7-9
8-10
5-8
6-9
7-9
8-10
4-7
5-8
6-9
6-9
7-10
8-30
4-7
5-8
6-9
6-9
7-10
8-30

 Heat-resistant materials,
see pp. 0.9 and 4.4

 type 46
L
d3

 type 48
L
d3

250

type

100

250

350

49 76 13
49 76 14
49 76 25
49 76 35
49 76 45

111
157
151
274
291

96
124
144
238
250

71
91
114
217
238

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

94
182
214

87
171
199

165
193

147
186

560

104
128

580 600C

96

70

wt.
[kg]

531
581
681
681
681

400
395
445
450
450

343
370
400
420
420

590
585
635
650
650

150
200
300
300
300

104
115
136
157
157

4. 76 11
4. 76 12
4. 76 13
4. 76 14
4. 76 15
4. 76 21
4. 76 22
4. 76 23
4. 76 24
4. 76 31
4. 76 32
4. 76 33
4. 76 34
4. 76 35
4. 76 36
4. 76 41
4. 76 42
4. 76 43
4. 76 44
4. 76 45
4. 76 46

307

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

d2

600C

EK

13

580

42 76 19

560

350

d2

250

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

d3

type  100

ER

Selection table
OD 762

4.42

Selection table
OD 812.8
Pipe clamps, clamp bases, OD 812.8 (ND 800), type 42, 44, 46, 48, 49
type  100

250

350

42 81 19

13

10

7.4

type

100

250

350

44 81 14
44 81 15
44 81 16
44 81 17
44 81 18
44 81 19
44 81 25
44 81 26
44 81 27
44 81 28
44 81 29
44 81 35
44 81 36
44 81 37
44 81 38
44 81 39
44 81 45
44 81 46
44 81 47
44 81 48

54
89
122
154
208
308

44
71
98
119
168
239

37
57
79
87
125
174
55
77
119
164
248

d2

d3

 Heat-resistant materials,
see pp. 0.9 and 4.4

type
 type 46
L

EK

d3

 type 48
L

ER

d3

250

340

292

340

336

340

560

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

43
65
100
127
196

40
59
87
119
180
69
104
150
159
259

280

340

339

68
103
149
158
258

334

560

67
86
138
153
201

35
52
83
89
105
85
114
142
197

218
310

580

580

65
84
105
146

d2

wt.
[kg]

load
group

M30

480

90

33

5-6

600C

d3

wt.
[kg]

load
group

47
63
78
108

41
51
61
71
71
71
51
61
71
71
71
51
61
71
71
71
51
61
71
71

700
700
700
700
700
720
790
790
790
790
790
810
810
810
810
810
810
810
810
810

156
162
168
181
222
235
138
149
171
196
218
189
209
225
276
260
218
283
260
286

76
78
90
109
149
198
72
98
120
153
218
121
173
231
264
312
197
263
300
410

4-7
6-9
7-10
8-30
8-30
9-30
6-9
7-10
8-30
8-30
9-30
6-9
7-10
8-30
8-30
9-30
6-9
7-10
8-30
9-30

600C

permissible load [kN]


L
type 46
type 48
load
100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C d3 min max EK [kg min] [kg max] ER [kg min] [kg max] group
90
135
210
271
323

68 55
102 81
156 123
208 165
250 198
74 70 50
117 111 80
226 219 207 145
332 319 315 289 204
81
104
149
228 220
400 363 351 341 338
662 606 587 568 556

80
102
140
198
306
502

62 34
80 46
109 60
152 81
236 125
386 207
60 45 34
82 62 46
108 81 60
147 108 80
250 219 163 120
398 394 365 273 200

46
51
61
61
71
46
51
61
71
46
46
51
51
61
71
46
46
51
51
61
71

1200
1200
1200
1200
1200
1500
1500
1560
1560
1600
1600
1600
1600
1600
1600
1600
1600
1600
1600
1600
1600

1800
1800
1800
1800
1800
2300
2300
2300
2300
2400
2400
2400
2400
2400
2400
2400
2400
2400
2400
2400
2400

45 214 267 215


60 268 331 240
70 360 446 255
90 447 559 245
100 544 615 265
80 296 419 250
80 405 545 250
90 586 762 320
100 750 971 320
90 396 520 280
90 466 635 300
100 563 755 330
110 665 903 350
120 881 1166 370
150 1341 1771 415
90 433 598 295
90 523 709 300
100 631 869 340
110 746 1021 350
120 976 1335 370
150 1350 1879 465

162 266
177 279
224 338
257 392
281 448
209 338
271 438
386 597
449 717
261 398
295 461
343 537
420 654
540 854
773 1153
282 447
335 532
394 628
477 761
591 947
818 1322

5-8
6-9
7-10
8-10
9-30
5-8
6-9
7-10
8-30
5-8
5-8
6-9
6-9
7-10
8-30
5-8
5-8
6-9
6-9
7-10
8-30

4. 81 11
4. 81 12
4. 81 13
4. 81 14
4. 81 15
4. 81 21
4. 81 22
4. 81 23
4. 81 24
4. 81 31
4. 81 32
4. 81 33
4. 81 34
4. 81 35
4. 81 36
4. 81 41
4. 81 42
4. 81 43
4. 81 44
4. 81 45
4. 81 46

307

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

4.43

type

100

250

350

49 81 13
49 81 14
49 81 25
49 81 35
49 81 45

118
162
158
280
350

102
128
152
243
301

74
94
130
218
286

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

108
184
257

100
173
240

168
232

150
210

560

106
154

580 600C

116

85

wt.
[kg]

556
606
706
706
706

400
395
445
450
445

362
400
425
425
425

590
585
635
650
650

150
200
300
300
300

109
122
145
161
167

Selection table
OD 863.6

Temp. of medium  600C


from page 4.52
Load doubling via type 77,
see page 4.67

Pipe clamps, clamp bases, OD 863.6 (ND 850), type 42, 44, 46, 48, 49
250

350

13

10

7.2

type

100

250

350

44 86 14
44 86 15
44 86 16
44 86 17
44 86 18
44 86 19
44 86 25
44 86 26
44 86 27
44 86 28
44 86 29
44 86 35
44 86 36
44 86 37
44 86 38
44 86 46
44 86 47
44 86 48

51
88
151
208
300
308

42
70
119
173
221
238

36
59
87
125
176
172
78
119
168
188
254

580

d2

wt.
[kg]

load
group

M30

504

100

37

5-6

600C

d3

wt.
[kg]

load
group

60
78
108

41
51
61
71
71
71
51
71
71
71
71
61
71
71
71
61
71
71

735
735
735
735
735
760
815
815
815
815
815
845
845
845
845
845
845
845

171
162
203
222
248
229
149
171
198
218
218
210
225
276
270
276
276
286

81
86
117
161
215
215
101
124
169
223
233
191
248
300
319
294
334
441

4-7
6-9
7-10
8-30
8-30
9-30
7-9
8-30
8-30
8-30
9-30
7-10
8-30
8-30
9-30
7-10
8-30
9-30

600C

42 86 19

560

d2

type  100

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

340

340

333

340

280

340

340

101
150
185
260

87
138
175
200

335

216
308

52
82
91
104
109
142
197

84
105
146

 Heat-resistant materials,
see pp. 0.9 and 4.4

d3

60
87
125
136
184
102
151
187
263

580

296

65
100
137
149
201

560

permissible load [kN]


L
type 46
type 48
load
100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C d3 min max EK [kg min] [kg max] ER [kg min] [kg max] group

80
100
140
197
306
504

62 34
80 46
109 60
152 80
235 124
388 206
60 45 34
81 61 46
106 80 60
143 108 80
212 211 162 120
373 359 272 200

46
51
61
61
71
46
51
61
71
46
46
51
51
61
71
46
46
51
51
61
71

1230
1230
1250
1250
1250
1550
1550
1550
1550
1650
1650
1650
1650
1650
1650
1650
1650
1650
1650
1650
1650

1850
1850
1850
1850
1850
2350
2350
2350
2350
2450
2450
2450
2450
2450
2450
2450
2450
2450
2450
2450
2450

45 238 286 215


60 284 352 240
70 377 458 255
90 508 572 245
100 563 641 265
80 336 451 250
80 443 592 250
90 595 807 320
100 769 1013 320
90 395 530 280
90 476 643 300
100 558 746 330
110 678 914 350
120 896 1218 370
150 1354 1800 415
90 461 629 295
90 556 749 300
100 645 884 340
110 769 1042 350
120 977 1344 370
150 1398 1923 465

176 296
198 310
235 376
260 437
283 466
225 366
295 469
376 596
469 745
270 417
317 490
371 576
450 695
580 903
786 1214
303 477
351 556
422 665
486 770
625 996
872 1375

5-8
6-9
7-10
8-10
9-30
5-8
6-9
7-10
8-30
5-8
5-8
6-9
6-9
7-10
8-30
5-8
5-8
6-9
6-9
7-10
8-30

 type 46
L
d3

 type 48
L
d3

279

type

100

250

350

49 86 13
49 86 14
49 86 25
49 86 35
49 86 45

136
242
203
411
553

115
190
176
355
406

84
154
153
305
460

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

139
252
414

129
238
353

233
320

209
283

560

148
199

580 600C

156

117

wt.
[kg]

582
632
732
732
732

450
445
495
495
495

360
420
451
480
485

650
660
715
715
755

150
200
300
300
300

126
145
176
200
232

70 55
101 80
156 124
208 165
248 196
73 70 50
116 110 80
226 218 181 146
331 318 314 262 204
83
101
153
224 218
397 361 349 340 337
661 605 586 567 555

EK

90
135
202
273
319

ER

type
4. 86 11
4. 86 12
4. 86 13
4. 86 14
4. 86 15
4. 86 21
4. 86 22
4. 86 23
4. 86 24
4. 86 31
4. 86 32
4. 86 33
4. 86 34
4. 86 35
4. 86 36
4. 86 41
4. 86 42
4. 86 43
4. 86 44
4. 86 45
4. 86 46

307

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

4.44

Selection table
OD 914.4
Pipe clamps, clamp bases, OD 914.4 (ND 900), type 42, 44, 46, 48, 49
type  100

250

350

42 91 19

13

10

7.6

type

100

250

350

44 91 14
44 91 15
44 91 16
44 91 17
44 91 18
44 91 19
44 91 25
44 91 26
44 91 27
44 91 28
44 91 29
44 91 35
44 91 36
44 91 37
44 91 38
44 91 46
44 91 47
44 91 48

51
88
153
208
254
308

43
70
117
170
209
238

36
56
87
125
167
172
78
120
169
188
255

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

560

580

d2

wt.
[kg]

load
group

M30

530

100

40

5-6

600C

d3

wt.
[kg]

load
group

63
78
108

41
51
61
71
71
71
51
71
71
71
71
61
71
71
71
61
71
71

760
760
760
760
760
785
840
840
840
840
840
870
870
870
870
870
870
870

156
162
201
222
229
235
149
171
196
218
218
209
225
276
260
283
260
286

83
86
120
163
220
220
107
133
168
224
238
191
251
289
340
293
330
439

4-7
6-9
7-10
8-30
8-30
9-30
7-9
8-30
8-30
9-30
9-30
7-10
8-30
9-30
9-30
7-10
8-30
9-30

600C

d2

d3

 Heat-resistant materials,
see pp. 0.9 and 4.4

type
 type 46
L

EK

d3

 type 48
L

ER

d3

279

340

297

340

329

340

65
101
133
149
201

60
88
125
136
184
102
152
186
255

274

340

340

101
150
184
252

85
139
170
202

335

218
308

560

52
83
90
105
115
143
198

580

85
105
146

permissible load [kN]


L
type 46
type 48
load
100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C d3 min max EK [kg min] [kg max] ER [kg min] [kg max] group
96
135
214
280
332

72 57
102 81
158 125
210 167
249 197
84
122
215 208
317 305 301
387 371 367

81 60
117 85
197 140
275 200
332 240
91
140
203
444 424 410 399 395
680 630 610 590 576
680 680 680 680 676

90
139
185
360
518
608

70 40
109 60
145 80
277 147
398 214
468 252
72
109
145
260 255
410 364
476 468 438

54 40
81 60
110 80
192 140
272 200
330 240

46
51
61
61
71
46
51
61
71
71
46
46
51
61
71
71
46
46
51
61
71
71

1300
1300
1300
1300
1300
1600
1600
1600
1600
1600
1700
1700
1700
1700
1760
1780
1700
1700
1700
1700
1800
1800

1900
1900
1900
1900
1900
2400
2400
2400
2400
2400
2500
2500
2500
2500
2500
2500
2500
2500
2500
2500
2500
2500

50
60
70
90
100
80
90
100
100
110
100
110
110
130
130
160
100
110
110
130
130
160

262
309
442
556
616
383
487
666
862
930
500
636
771
1152
1532
1750
547
692
851
1216
1581
1776

320
379
514
618
704
514
643
861
1105
1278
645
828
1021
1500
1945
2116
737
942
1154
1655
2091
2393

255 204
240 214
240 263
265 305
295 339
250 272
270 316
300 414
325 482
345 562
300 314
330 390
350 469
385 691
455 913
440 998
300 342
345 443
370 544
445 764
445 946
490 1109

310
329
407
471
537
407
498
639
756
876
479
594
718
1035
1291
1447
537
694
849
1136
1451
1642

5-8
6-9
7-10
8-10
9-30
5-8
6-9
7-10
8-30
9-30
5-8
5-8
6-9
7-10
8-30
9-30
5-8
5-8
6-9
7-10
8-30
9-30

wt.
[kg]

607
657
757
757
757

450
450
500
500
495

362
420
451
483
483

650
660
715
715
755

150
200
300
300
300

129
149
180
203
236

4. 91 11
4. 91 12
4. 91 13
4. 91 14
4. 91 15
4. 91 21
4. 91 22
4. 91 23
4. 91 24
4. 91 25
4. 91 31
4. 91 32
4. 91 33
4. 91 34
4. 91 35
4. 91 36
4. 91 41
4. 91 42
4. 91 43
4. 91 44
4. 91 45
4. 91 46

307

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

4.45

type

100

250

350

49 91 13
49 91 14
49 91 25
49 91 35
49 91 45

137
249
203
397
559

116
193
176
346
486

85
157
153
309
466

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

140
255
419

130
240
356

236
323

209
285

560

148
201

580 600C

156

118

Selection table
OD 965.2

Temp. of medium  600C


from page 4.52
Load doubling via type 77,
see page 4.67

Pipe clamps, clamp bases, OD 965.2 (ND 950), type 42, 44, 46, 48, 49

13

10

7.4

type

100

250

350

44 97 14
44 97 15
44 97 16
44 97 17
44 97 18
44 97 19
44 97 25
44 97 26
44 97 27
44 97 28
44 97 29
44 97 35
44 97 36
44 97 37
44 97 38
44 97 39
44 97 46
44 97 47
44 97 48

51
89
149
208
299
366

43
71
119
173
233
295

36
60
87
126
175
215
85
123
171
246
299

346

340

311

340

97
126
178
227
101
148
188
201
241

259

340

340

99
146
185
199
238

560

85
140
170
192
232

335

d2

wt.
[kg]

load
group

M30

554

100

41

5-6

600C

d3

wt.
[kg]

load
group

61
78
108

41
51
61
71
71
81
51
71
71
71
81
61
71
71
71
71
61
71
71

785
785
785
800
800
820
865
865
865
865
880
900
900
900
900
900
900
900
900

171
162
203
222
248
276
182
189
210
218
255
210
225
270
276
286
276
276
286

89
94
130
179
241
309
118
144
193
246
317
200
265
304
352
464
307
349
463

4-7
6-9
7-10
8-30
9-30
10-40
7-9
8-30
8-30
9-30
10-40
7-10
8-30
8-30
9-30
9-30
7-10
8-30
9-30

600C

52
83
91
105
155
107
143
198

305

580

83
106
147

 Heat-resistant materials,
see pp. 0.9 and 4.4

permissible load [kN]


L
type 46
type 48
load
100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C d3 min max EK [kg min] [kg max] ER [kg min] [kg max] group
57
80
127
166
227
293
83
118
208
304 295
435 427 419
575 556 542

type

100

250

350

49 97 13
49 97 14
49 97 25
49 97 35
49 97 45

139
249
264
414
581

118
197
225
358
500

87
160
178
308
475

80
114
181
250
345
441

383
680 626 606 586
680 680 680 680
760 760 742 715

60
85
143
200
280
360
90
139
201
380
574
673
689

89
139
185
359
520
612
684

70
109
145
276
400
471
570

40
60
80
147
213
250
310
71
106
140
252
385 368
472 422
586 581 557

53
80
106
189
270
318
419

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

146
255
427

136
240
386

237
339

231
300

40
60
80
140
200
239
310

46
51
61
61
71
81
46
51
61
71
71
81
46
46
51
61
71
71
81
46
46
51
61
71
71
71

1350
1400
1400
1400
1400
1400
1650
1650
1650
1650
1650
1700
1750
1750
1750
1750
1770
1770
1770
1750
1750
1750
1750
1750
1750
1780

2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2450
2450
2450
2450
2450
2450
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550
2550

50
60
70
90
100
100
80
90
100
100
110
110
100
110
110
130
130
160
160
100
110
110
130
130
160
160

285
338
437
542
745
863
417
523
703
858
1037
1244
511
639
764
1174
1556
1805
1897
586
746
875
1249
1599
1807
2166

347
419
546
643
825
995
554
696
888
1114
1399
1647
659
842
1002
1539
2000
2257
2506
777
990
1166
1679
2152
2433
2914

295
300
315
330
330
370
305
345
375
405
450
460
330
345
395
430
465
485
520
300
345
370
445
445
490
490

267
300
304
349
406
455
312
351
438
540
670
813
336
429
519
761
1022
1060
1164
373
471
552
815
970
1121
1290

363 5-8
389 6-9
450 7-10
536 8-10
602 9-30
690 10-40
442 5-8
546 6-9
670 7-10
831 8-30
1019 9-30
1203 10-40
509 5-8
647 5-8
777 6-9
1097 7-10
1377 8-30
1542 9-30
1733 10-40
589 5-8
727 5-8
858 6-9
1249 7-10
1500 8-30
1734 9-30
1966 9-30

wt.
[kg]

633
683
783
783
783

450
445
500
500
500

400
460
490
520
520

650
660
715
715
755

150
200
300
300
300

137
159
191
214
249

 type 46
L
d3

EK

72
101
160
209
287
370

 type 48
L
d3

ER

96
134
216
278
383
492

330

4. 97 11
4. 97 12
4. 97 13
4. 97 14
4. 97 15
4. 97 16
4. 97 21
4. 97 22
4. 97 23
4. 97 24
4. 97 25
4. 97 26
4. 97 31
4. 97 32
4. 97 33
4. 97 34
4. 97 35
4. 97 36
4. 97 37
4. 97 41
4. 97 42
4. 97 43
4. 97 44
4. 97 45
4. 97 46
4. 97 47

type

380

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

103
137
193
247

580

42 97 19

560

350

d2

250

d3

type  100

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

560

163
212

580 600C

165

125

4.46

Selection table
OD 1016
Pipe clamps, clamp bases, OD 1016 (ND 1000), type 42, 44, 46, 48, 49
type  100

d2

31

350

23

16

42 T0 19

250

d3

 Heat-resistant materials,
see pp. 0.9 and 4.4

type

100

250

350

44 T0 14
44 T0 15
44 T0 16
44 T0 17
44 T0 18
44 T0 19
44 T0 24
44 T0 25
44 T0 26
44 T0 27
44 T0 28
44 T0 29
44 T0 35
44 T0 36
44 T0 37
44 T0 38
44 T0 39
44 T0 46
44 T0 47
44 T0 48

92
149
208
288
373
405

73
120
173
230
295
359

60
87
125
174
212
259
87
123
171
249
299
343

type

 type 46
L

EK

d3

 type 48
L

ER

d3

330

4.47

4. T0 11
4. T0 12
4. T0 13
4. T0 14
4. T0 15
4. T0 16
4. T0 21
4. T0 22
4. T0 23
4. T0 24
4. T0 25
4. T0 26
4. T0 31
4. T0 32
4. T0 33
4. T0 34
4. T0 35
4. T0 36
4. T0 37
4. T0 41
4. T0 42
4. T0 43
4. T0 44
4. T0 45
4. T0 46
4. T0 47

380

380

340

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

560

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

69
103
137
197
242
280

63
97
125
180
222
258
99
146
188
199
242

340

333

98
144
185
197
239

328

560

84
139
170
192
232

52
83
91
105
155
107
143
198

304

580

580

82
106
147

d2

wt.
[kg]

load
group

M30

592

150

85

5-6

600C

d3

wt.
[kg]

load
group

61
78
108

51
61
71
71
81
91
51
71
71
71
81
81
61
71
71
71
71
61
71
71

810
810
850
850
860
915
890
890
890
890
910
910
930
930
930
930
930
930
930
930

162
203
222
248
276
276
182
189
210
218
276
283
210
225
270
276
286
255
276
286

97
137
184
252
323
370
123
150
198
254
326
376
205
274
311
361
478
315
359
476

6-9
7-10
8-30
9-30
10-40
20-50
7-9
8-30
8-30
9-30
10-40
10-40
7-10
8-30
8-30
9-30
9-30
7-10
8-30
9-30

600C

permissible load [kN]


L
type 46
type 48
load
100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C d3 min max EK [kg min] [kg max] ER [kg min] [kg max] group
97
134
216
321
458
606

72
101
159
235
351
459

57
80
126
187
279
364
86
119
208
303
436 427
562 541 512

81
114
181
253
360
416

60
84
141
200
285
390
91
141
188
388
680 627 608 588 574
680 680 680 680 676
760 760 760 760 760

type

100

250

350

49 T0 13
49 T0 14
49 T0 25
49 T0 35
49 T0 45

175
299
295
414
583

133
221
251
358
502

108
179
200
308
477

90
140
185
359
520
611
742

70
109
145
276
400
470
581

40
60
80
147
213
250
310
71
107
139
253
370 367
433 424
588 583 556

53
80
108
189
270
320
419

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

164
255
428

152
240
386

237
339

231
300

40
60
80
139
199
240
310

46
51
61
61
71
81
46
51
61
71
71
81
46
46
51
61
71
71
81
46
46
51
61
71
71
81

560

163
212

1570
1570
1600
1600
1600
1600
1800
1800
1800
1800
1800
1820
1900
1900
1900
1900
1900
1900
1980
1900
1900
1900
1900
1900
1900
1900

2200
2200
2200
2200
2200
2200
2600
2600
2600
2600
2600
2600
2700
2700
2700
2700
2700
2700
2700
2700
2700
2700
2700
2700
2700
2700

50
60
70
90
100
100
80
90
100
100
110
110
100
110
110
130
130
160
160
100
110
110
130
130
160
160

580 600C

165

125

323
380
492
655
880
1195
462
583
782
1016
1176
1338
561
710
852
1338
1688
1911
2140
663
828
980
1382
1771
2029
2407

395
467
608
817
1048
1267
619
758
1002
1232
1537
1730
728
916
1107
1655
2156
2444
2736
854
1082
1275
1841
2344
2649
3182

295
300
315
330
330
370
305
345
375
405
450
460
330
345
395
430
465
485
520
300
345
370
445
445
490
490

658
708
808
808
808

435
445
495
495
500

410
470
500
540
540

318
330
352
414
506
609
338
388
487
604
798
865
391
474
577
802
1097
1143
1370
425
522
617
910
1083
1249
1443

411
466
520
600
766
870
531
588
743
903
1123
1222
567
699
850
1192
1492
1679
1889
633
794
931
1352
1635
1831
2153

5-8
6-9
7-10
8-10
9-30
10-40
5-8
6-9
7-10
8-30
9-30
10-40
5-8
5-8
6-9
7-10
8-30
9-30
10-40
5-8
5-8
6-9
7-10
8-30
9-30
10-40

wt.
[kg]

705
715
760
760
810

150
200
300
300
300

231
251
291
311
346

Selection table
OD 1067
Pipe clamps, clamp bases, OD 1067 (ND 1050), type 42, 44, 46, 48, 49

type

100

250

350

44 T1 14
44 T1 15
44 T1 16
44 T1 17
44 T1 18
44 T1 19
44 T1 24
44 T1 25
44 T1 26
44 T1 27
44 T1 28
44 T1 29
44 T1 35
44 T1 36
44 T1 37
44 T1 38
44 T1 39
44 T1 46
44 T1 47
44 T1 48

92
151
208
293
373
405

73
118
172
236
297
357

61
87
125
175
214
258
87
123
172
252
300
347

380

340

69
104
137
198
241
280

63
97
125
180
223
258
99
146
188
199
242

340

334

98
144
185
197
239

329

560

84
139
170
191
233

52
83
91
106
157
107
143
199

304

580

83
106
146

wt.
[kg]

load
group

M30

618

150

89

5-6

600C

d3

wt.
[kg]

load
group

61
79
108

51
61
71
71
81
91
51
71
71
71
81
81
61
71
71
71
71
61
71
71

835
835
875
875
885
940
915
915
915
915
935
935
955
955
955
955
955
955
955
955

162
203
222
248
276
276
182
189
210
218
276
283
210
225
270
276
286
276
276
286

104
144
195
266
338
379
129
157
208
266
342
392
215
287
326
377
501
331
376
499

6-9
7-10
8-30
9-30
10-40
20-50
7-9
8-30
8-30
9-30
10-40
10-40
7-10
8-30
8-30
9-30
9-30
7-10
8-30
9-30

 Heat-resistant materials,
see pp. 0.9 and 4.4

permissible load [kN]


L
type 46
type 48
load
100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C d3 min max EK [kg min] [kg max] ER [kg min] [kg max] group
72
102
159
234
353
458

57
81
126
186
280
364
84
118
208
295
435 422
594 544 508

type

100

250

350

49 T1 13
49 T1 14
49 T1 25
49 T1 35
49 T1 45

172
301
296
414
579

134
222
251
358
498

109
180
200
308
473

81
114
182
256
364
413

60
84
140
200
286
390
93
141
188
388
680 627 608 588 574
680 680 680 680 676
760 760 760 760 760

90
140
185
359
520
614
741

70
109
145
277
400
473
580

40
60
80
147
213
250
310
71
107
147
253
358 356
479 431
582 580 570

54
81
108
189
270
324
419

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

166
255
425

154
240
387

237
342

231
302

40
60
80
140
200
240
310

46
51
61
61
71
81
46
51
61
71
71
81
46
46
51
61
71
71
81
46
46
51
61
71
71
81

560

163
214

1500
1640
1650
1650
1650
1650
1850
1850
1850
1850
1850
1870
1950
1950
1950
1950
1950
1950
1950
1950
1950
1950
1950
1950
1950
1950

2250
2250
2250
2250
2250
2250
2650
2650
2650
2650
2650
2650
2750
2750
2750
2750
2750
2750
2750
2750
2750
2750
2750
2750
2750
2750

50
60
70
90
100
100
80
90
100
100
110
110
100
110
110
130
130
160
160
100
110
110
130
130
160
160

580 600C

165

125

336
407
527
702
935
1124
504
627
832
1034
1251
1424
603
757
904
1417
1865
2026
2265
708
873
1052
1481
1877
2139
2601

417
498
646
865
1139
1300
642
790
1066
1290
1624
1824
763
969
1164
1722
2256
2557
2859
896
1138
1372
1926
2462
2842
3357

295
300
315
330
330
370
305
345
375
405
450
460
330
345
395
430
465
485
520
300
345
370
445
445
490
490

684
734
834
834
834

435
445
495
495
500

440
500
530
570
570

312
345
374
436
565
635
365
404
507
631
789
903
407
493
599
836
1121
1190
1387
441
546
645
943
1126
1299
1490

423
493
552
663
800
900
560
607
767
930
1164
1265
602
721
876
1235
1543
1735
1969
670
838
964
1398
1688
1876
2216

5-8
6-9
7-10
8-10
9-30
10-40
5-8
6-9
7-10
8-30
9-30
10-40
5-8
5-8
6-9
7-10
8-30
9-30
10-40
5-8
5-8
6-9
7-10
8-30
9-30
10-40

wt.
[kg]

705
715
760
760
810

150
200
300
300
300

243
263
304
324
361

 type 46
L
d3

EK

97
134
213
317
464
595

 type 48
L
d3

ER

4. T1 11
4. T1 12
4. T1 13
4. T1 14
4. T1 15
4. T1 16
4. T1 21
4. T1 22
4. T1 23
4. T1 24
4. T1 25
4. T1 26
4. T1 31
4. T1 32
4. T1 33
4. T1 34
4. T1 35
4. T1 36
4. T1 37
4. T1 41
4. T1 42
4. T1 43
4. T1 44
4. T1 45
4. T1 46
4. T1 47

330

type

380

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

d2

600C

16

580

d2

23

560

31

350

42 T1 19

250

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

d3

type  100

4.48

Selection table
OD 1118
Pipe clamps, clamp bases, OD 1118 (ND 1100), type 42, 44, 46, 48, 49
type  100

250

350

42 T2 19

31

23

16

type

100

250

350

44 T2 14
44 T2 15
44 T2 16
44 T2 17
44 T2 18
44 T2 19
44 T2 24
44 T2 25
44 T2 26
44 T2 27
44 T2 28
44 T2 29
44 T2 35
44 T2 36
44 T2 37
44 T2 38
44 T2 39
44 T2 46
44 T2 47
44 T2 48

92
151
207
294
369
405

74
113
164
232
296
358

59
87
125
174
214
259
88
123
172
249
301
348

d2

d3

 Heat-resistant materials,
see pp. 0.9 and 4.4

type

 type 46
L

EK

d3

 type 48
L

ER

d3

374

380

340

560

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

69
104
137
195
241
280

63
98
125
181
223
259
100
146
188
200
242

340

334

98
144
185
197
239

329

560

84
139
170
193
233

52
83
91
106
157
107
143
199

305

580

580

83
106
147

d2

wt.
[kg]

load
group

M30

644

150

93

5-6

600C

d3

wt.
[kg]

load
group

61
79
109

51
61
71
71
81
91
51
71
71
71
81
81
61
71
71
71
71
61
71
71

860
860
900
900
915
965
940
940
940
940
960
960
980
980
980
980
980
980
980
980

162
203
222
248
276
276
182
189
210
218
276
283
210
225
270
276
286
276
276
286

109
151
200
277
346
397
132
161
213
272
349
401
220
294
332
384
511
338
383
509

6-9
7-10
8-30
9-30
10-40
20-50
7-9
8-30
8-30
9-30
10-40
10-40
7-10
8-30
8-30
9-30
9-30
7-10
8-30
9-30

600C

permissible load [kN]


L
type 46
type 48
load
100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C d3 min max EK [kg min] [kg max] ER [kg min] [kg max] group
97
136
213
320
471
598

72
101
159
235
354
459

57
80
126
187
280
364
90
119
208
300
435 429
539 524 508

81
116
178
252
366
419

60
85
142
200
285
390
92
141
186
389
680 629 610 590 576
680 680 680 680 673
760 760 760 760 760

90
140
185
360
518
612
741

70
109
144
277
399
471
580

40
60
80
146
213
250
310
72
107
146
257
406 367
480 430
589 584 569

54
80
108
189
271
324
419

40
60
80
140
200
240
310

46
51
61
61
71
81
46
51
61
71
71
81
46
46
51
61
71
71
81
46
46
51
61
71
71
81

1560
1570
1670
1670
1690
1690
1900
1900
1900
1900
1900
1970
2000
2000
2000
2000
2030
2030
2030
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000

2300
2300
2300
2300
2300
2300
2700
2700
2700
2700
2700
2700
2800
2800
2800
2800
2800
2800
2800
2800
2800
2800
2800
2800
2800
2800

50
60
70
90
100
100
80
90
100
100
110
110
100
110
110
130
130
160
160
100
110
110
130
130
160
160

362
427
562
718
992
1230
532
664
869
1097
1385
1545
642
806
958
1491
1963
2134
2382
754
926
1109
1571
1989
2292
2773

458
540
685
918
1206
1409
677
833
1118
1355
1713
1965
807
1020
1226
1809
2377
2691
3000
956
1187
1440
2040
2574
2993
3519

295
300
315
330
330
370
305
345
375
405
450
460
330
345
395
430
465
485
520
300
345
370
445
445
490
490

709
759
859
859
859

435
445
495
495
500

450
510
550
590
590

357
373
459
514
612
680
415
496
546
679
843
983
436
536
606
893
1159
1280
1482
497
600
687
966
1202
1329
1570

480
573
608
721
868
984
637
667
817
992
1238
1335
661
774
894
1300
1634
1828
2111
719
890
1026
1430
1784
1981
2318

5-8
6-9
7-10
8-10
9-30
10-40
5-8
6-9
7-10
8-30
9-30
10-40
5-8
5-8
6-9
7-10
8-30
9-30
10-40
5-8
5-8
6-9
7-10
8-30
9-30
10-40

wt.
[kg]

700
715
760
760
810

150
200
300
300
300

251
272
315
335
373

4. T2 11
4. T2 12
4. T2 13
4. T2 14
4. T2 15
4. T2 16
4. T2 21
4. T2 22
4. T2 23
4. T2 24
4. T2 25
4. T2 26
4. T2 31
4. T2 32
4. T2 33
4. T2 34
4. T2 35
4. T2 36
4. T2 37
4. T2 41
4. T2 42
4. T2 43
4. T2 44
4. T2 45
4. T2 46
4. T2 47

380

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

4.49

type

100

250

350

49 T2 13
49 T2 14
49 T2 25
49 T2 35
49 T2 45

174
305
298
414
581

135
223
254
358
500

110
181
204
308
475

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

167
255
427

155
240
389

237
343

231
304

560

163
214

580 600C

166

126

Selection table
OD 1168

Temp. of medium  600C


from page 4.52
Load doubling via type 77,
see page 4.67

Pipe clamps, clamp bases, OD 1168 (ND 1150), type 42, 44, 46, 48, 49

type

100

250

350

44 T3 14
44 T3 15
44 T3 16
44 T3 17
44 T3 18
44 T3 19
44 T3 24
44 T3 25
44 T3 26
44 T3 27
44 T3 28
44 T3 29
44 T3 35
44 T3 36
44 T3 37
44 T3 38
44 T3 39
44 T3 46
44 T3 47
44 T3 48

95
152
208
302
360
405

75
116
168
240
290
357

63
87
125
174
210
258
87
124
173
251
302
346

380

340

68
104
137
199
237
274

63
98
125
182
221
256
100
146
188
200
231

340

334

98
144
185
197
231

329

560

84
140
170
192
225

52
83
91
106
156
107
144
198

301

580

83
106
148

wt.
[kg]

load
group

M30

670

150

97

5-6

600C

d3

wt.
[kg]

load
group

61
79
109

51
61
71
71
81
91
51
71
71
71
81
81
61
71
71
71
71
61
71
71

162
203
222
248
276
276
182
189
210
225
276
283
210
225
270
276
286
276
276
298

113
156
211
288
368
414
138
169
223
307
365
419
231
308
348
403
539
354
402
532

6-9
7-10
8-30
9-30
10-40
20-50
7-9
8-30
8-30
9-30
10-40
10-40
7-10
8-30
8-30
9-30
9-30
7-10
8-30
9-30

885
885
925
925
985
1000
965
965
965
965
985
985
1005
1005
1005
1005
1020
1005
1005
1005

 Heat-resistant materials,
see pp. 0.9 and 4.4

permissible load [kN]


L
type 46
type 48
load
100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C d3 min max EK [kg min] [kg max] ER [kg min] [kg max] group
95
135
213
318
471
592

72
101
159
234
355
460

57
80
126
186
282
365
87
124
209
301
434 422
580 531 514

type

100

250

350

49 T3 13
49 T3 14
49 T3 25
49 T3 35
49 T3 45

174
308
300
414
578

137
225
255
358
497

111
183
204
308
472

80
116
179
252
366
421

90
139
183
357
522
608
742

70
107
145
275
402
468
580

40
60
80
147
213
250
310
71
106
147
258
410 367
480 424
588 583 571

54
80
108
189
271
319
420

40
60
80
140
200
240
309

1630
1650
1720
1720
1750
1750
1950
1950
1950
1950
1950
2060
2050
2050
2050
2050
2050
2100
2100
2050
2050
2050
2050
2050
2120
2120

2350
2350
2350
2350
2350
2350
2750
2750
2750
2750
2750
2750
2850
2850
2850
2850
2850
2850
2850
2850
2850
2850
2850
2850
2850
2850

50
60
70
90
100
100
80
90
100
100
110
110
100
110
110
130
130
160
160
100
110
110
130
130
160
160

389
459
598
761
1050
1263
565
704
907
1160
1424
1637
678
859
1013
1576
2119
2264
2524
798
995
1188
1662
2104
2471
2941

482
577
730
969
1271
1443
707
876
1171
1422
1795
2060
849
1070
1287
1904
2497
2798
3209
992
1257
1508
2131
2700
3158
3684

295
300
315
330
330
370
305
345
375
405
450
460
330
345
395
430
465
485
520
300
345
370
445
445
490
490

734
784
884
884
884

435
445
495
495
500

470
540
580
620
620

373
391
494
531
639
714
428
511
607
704
878
983
453
555
632
928
1167
1339
1548
512
621
716
1005
1249
1417
1672

493
588
658
756
891
1029
651
693
879
1021
1274
1380
675
797
926
1343
1688
1885
2180
741
916
1054
1476
1838
2044
2399

5-8
6-9
7-10
8-10
9-30
10-40
5-8
6-9
7-10
8-30
9-30
10-40
5-8
5-8
6-9
7-10
8-30
9-30
10-40
5-8
5-8
6-9
7-10
8-30
9-30
10-40

wt.
[kg]

700
715
760
760
810

150
200
300
300
300

261
284
328
348
388

 type 46
L
d3

 type 48
L
d3

374

398
665 617 602 589
680 680 680 680
760 760 760 760

60
85
143
201
285
390
93
141
184
394
576
673
759

46
51
61
61
71
81
46
51
61
71
71
81
46
46
51
61
71
71
81
46
46
51
61
71
71
81

EK

4. T3 11
4. T3 12
4. T3 13
4. T3 14
4. T3 15
4. T3 16
4. T3 21
4. T3 22
4. T3 23
4. T3 24
4. T3 25
4. T3 26
4. T3 31
4. T3 32
4. T3 33
4. T3 34
4. T3 35
4. T3 36
4. T3 37
4. T3 41
4. T3 42
4. T3 43
4. T3 44
4. T3 45
4. T3 46
4. T3 47

ER

type

380

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

d2

600C

16

580

d2

23

560

31

350

42 T3 19

250

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

d3

type  100

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

167
255
425

156
240
396

237
359

231
347

560

163
240

580 600C

180

132

4.50

Selection table
OD 1219
Pipe clamps, clamp bases, OD 1219 (ND 1200), type 42, 44, 46, 48, 49
type  100

d2

31

350

23

16

42 T4 19

250

d3

 Heat-resistant materials,
see pp. 0.9 and 4.4

type

100

250

350

44 T4 14
44 T4 15
44 T4 16
44 T4 17
44 T4 18
44 T4 19
44 T4 24
44 T4 25
44 T4 26
44 T4 27
44 T4 28
44 T4 29
44 T4 35
44 T4 36
44 T4 37
44 T4 38
44 T4 39
44 T4 46
44 T4 47
44 T4 48

95
152
208
301
361
405

76
121
166
235
290
359

60
87
125
174
210
260
90
124
170
250
301
347

type
 type 46
L

EK

d3

 type 48
L

ER

d3

374

380

340

560

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

70
102
134
197
239
277

64
95
125
182
221
256
100
151
188
200
234

340

334

98
149
185
197
231

330

560

85
140
170
192
227

52
83
92
106
157
107
144
200

303

580

580

83
106
148

d2

wt.
[kg]

load
group

M30

694

150

100

5-6

600C

d3

wt.
[kg]

load
group

61
79
110

51
61
71
71
81
91
51
71
71
71
81
81
61
71
71
71
71
61
71
71

162
203
222
248
276
276
182
189
210
225
283
283
210
225
270
276
286
276
276
298

119
167
217
301
376
424
143
172
228
313
395
432
236
318
355
410
549
360
409
544

6-9
7-10
8-30
9-30
10-40
20-50
7-9
8-30
8-30
9-30
10-40
10-40
7-10
8-30
8-30
9-30
9-30
7-10
8-30
9-30

600C

910
910
950
950
1010
1030
990
990
990
990
1010
1020
1030
1030
1030
1030
1045
1030
1030
1030

permissible load [kN]


L
type 46
type 48
load
100 250 350 450 500 510 530 560 580 600C d3 min max EK [kg min] [kg max] ER [kg min] [kg max] group
97
134
213
320
481
592

72
101
159
235
354
459

57
80
126
186
281
364
90
122
208
297
435 427
580 540 505

80
116
179
252
367
410

396
656 609 594 581
680 680 680 680
760 760 760 759

60
85
141
200
285
390
92
141
189
392
574
675
751

90
140
185
360
522
613
741

70
109
144
277
402
472
580

40
60
80
146
213
250
310
71
105
146
247
405 361
473 426
568 565

54
80
108
189
270
321
420

40
60
80
140
200
240
310

46
51
61
61
71
81
46
51
61
71
71
81
46
46
51
61
71
71
81
46
46
51
61
71
71
81

1780
1780
1780
1800
1800
1800
2000
2000
2000
2000
2030
2120
2100
2100
2100
2100
2170
2180
2180
2100
2100
2100
2100
2100
2230
2230

2400
2400
2400
2400
2400
2400
2800
2800
2800
2800
2800
2800
2900
2900
2900
2900
2900
2900
2900
2900
2900
2900
2900
2900
2900
2900

50
60
70
90
100
100
80
90
100
100
110
110
100
110
110
130
130
160
160
100
110
110
130
130
160
160

419
497
638
874
1112
1384
600
757
976
1216
1521
1725
726
911
1073
1651
2199
2409
2701
846
1055
1245
1761
2224
2630
3142

512
602
777
1024
1341
1565
752
923
1230
1504
1892
2156
896
1116
1348
1992
2587
2915
3383
1049
1328
1574
2240
2836
3277
3861

295
300
315
330
330
370
305
345
375
405
450
460
330
345
395
430
465
485
520
300
345
370
445
445
490
490

760
810
910
910
910

435
445
495
495
500

490
560
610
650
650

402
418
512
567
670
766
441
527
629
734
923
1026
473
580
654
967
1241
1402
1571
533
647
741
1039
1297
1500
1770

506
603
690
793
928
1129
666
709
911
1057
1317
1425
690
817
952
1415
1733
1942
2238
761
948
1088
1515
1889
2108
2531

5-8
6-9
7-10
8-10
9-30
10-40
5-8
6-9
7-10
8-30
9-30
10-40
5-8
5-8
6-9
7-10
8-30
9-30
10-40
5-8
5-8
6-9
7-10
8-30
9-30
10-40

wt.
[kg]

700
715
760
760
810

150
200
300
300
300

271
294
341
367
402

4. T4 11
4. T4 12
4. T4 13
4. T4 14
4. T4 15
4. T4 16
4. T4 21
4. T4 22
4. T4 23
4. T4 24
4. T4 25
4. T4 26
4. T4 31
4. T4 32
4. T4 33
4. T4 34
4. T4 35
4. T4 36
4. T4 37
4. T4 41
4. T4 42
4. T4 43
4. T4 44
4. T4 45
4. T4 46
4. T4 47

380

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

4.51

type

100

250

350

49 T4 13
49 T4 14
49 T4 25
49 T4 35
49 T4 45

175
308
301
488
575

137
227
256
422
494

112
185
206
363
470

permissible load [kN]


450 500 510 530

169
298
422

157
280
393

277
360

270
348

560

192
240

580 600C

180

132

Selection table OD 21.3 - 42.4


Temperatures 600-650C
Pipe clamps, clamp bases, OD 21.3 (ND 15), type 45, 49
type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C

45 01 51
45 01 51
45 01 51
45 01 51

3.5
2.6
2.0
1.7

3.1
2.2
1.8
1.5

2.7
1.9
1.5
1.3

1.7
1.2
1.0
0.8

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C

49 01 55

4.4

4.0

3.6

2.5

2.3
1.7
1.3
1.1

3.2

2.0
1.5
1.1
0.9

2.8

wt.
[kg]

load
group

12
12
12
12

25
25
25
25

70
70
70
70

300
400
500
600

3.9
5.0
6.1
7.2

C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4

wt.
[kg]

211

250

140

330

200

5.6

wt.
[kg]

load
group

d1

Pipe clamps, clamp bases, OD 26.9 (ND 20), type 45, 49


610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C

45 02 51
45 02 51
45 02 51
45 02 51

3.6
2.6
2.0
1.7

3.2
2.3
1.8
1.5

2.7
2.0
1.6
1.3

1.8
1.3
1.0
0.8

12
12
12
12

25
25
25
25

70
70
70
70

300
400
500
600

3.9
5.0
6.1
7.2

C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C

wt.
[kg]

49 02 55

4.5

4.0

3.6

2.5

213

250

140

330

200

5.7

2.4
1.7
1.3
1.1

3.2

2.1
1.5
1.2
1.0

2.8

d1

type 43
B

d1

600

type

Pipe clamps, clamp bases, OD 33.7 (ND 25), type 43, 45, 49
wt.
[kg]

load
group

235

50

1.4

C-2

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C

43 03 59

4.4

3.9

3.4

2.3

650C

1.8
6.0
1.3
4.4
1.0
3.4
0.8
2.8

12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12

25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25

70
100
70
100
70
100
70
100

217

250

3.0

2.7

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

45 03 51
45 03 52
45 03 51
45 03 52
45 03 51
45 03 52
45 03 51
45 03 52

3.7
9.3
2.7
8.8
2.1
6.9
1.7
5.6

3.3
9.3
2.4
7.7
1.8
6.0
1.5
5.0

2.8
9.2
2.0
6.7
1.6
5.3
1.3
4.3

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C

49 03 55

4.7

4.2

3.8

2.6

2.5
8.0
1.8
5.9
1.4
4.6
1.1
3.7

3.3

2.1
6.9
1.5
5.1
1.2
4.0
1.0
3.2

2.9

d1

12

d1

wt.
[kg]

load
group

300
300
400
400
500
500
600
600

3.9
8.1
5.0
10.5
6.1
12.8
7.2
15.2

C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4
C-4

wt.
[kg]

140

330

200

6.0

type 45
L
d1
E

600

type

Pipe clamps, clamp bases, OD 42.4 (ND 32), type 43, 45, 49
610

4.4

3.9

3.4

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C

45 04 51
45 04 52
45 04 51
45 04 52
45 04 51
45 04 52
45 04 51
45 04 52

7.3
18
5.5
14
4.4
11
3.7
9.4

6.4
16
4.8
12
3.9
9.9
3.2
8.3

5.5
14
4.2
10
3.4
8.6
2.8
7.2

3.5
9.2
2.7
6.9
2.2
5.6
1.8
4.7

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C

49 04 55

5.2

4.7

4.1

2.9

3.0

4.8
12
3.6
9.3
2.9
7.5
2.4
6.3

3.7

2.7

4.2
10
3.2
8.1
2.5
6.5
2.1
5.4

3.2

650C
2.3

12

d1

d1

240

50

1.4

load
group
C-2

wt.
[kg]

load
group

12
16
12
16
12
16
12
16

25
30
25
30
25
30
25
30

70
100
70
100
70
100
70
100

350
350
450
450
550
550
650
650

6.6
12.8
8.2
15.9
9.9
19.0
11.5
22.2

C-4
1-4
C-4
1-4
C-4
1-4
C-4
1-4

wt.
[kg]

221

250

140

330

200

6.1

type 49
C

600

43 04 59

wt.
[kg]

type

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

4.52

Selection table OD 48.3 - 73


Temperatures 600-650C
Pipe clamps, clamp bases, OD 48.3 (ND 40), type 43, 45, 49

type 43

d1

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C

d1

wt.
[kg]

load
group

43 05 59

4.4

3.9

3.4

2.3

12

240

50

1.4

C-2

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C

d1

wt.
[kg]

load
group

45 05 51
45 05 52
45 05 51
45 05 52
45 05 51
45 05 52
45 05 51
45 05 52

8.6
20
6.5
17
5.2
13
4.3
12

7.5
20
5.7
15
4.5
12
3.8
10

6.6
17
4.9
13
3.9
10
3.3
8.8

4.2
11
3.2
8.6
2.5
6.9
2.1
5.7

12
16
12
16
12
16
12
16

25
30
25
30
25
30
25
30

80
120
80
120
80
120
80
120

350
350
450
450
550
550
650
650

7.5
15.4
9.4
19.1
11.3
22.9
13.2
26.7

C-4
1-4
C-4
1-4
C-4
1-4
C-4
1-4

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C

wt.
[kg]

49 05 55

5.2

4.7

4.2

2.9

224

250

140

330

200

6.2

3.0

5.7
15
4.3
11
3.4
9.2
2.8
7.7

3.7

2.7

5.0
13
3.7
10
3.0
8.0
2.5
6.7

3.2

type 45
L
d1

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C

d1

wt.
[kg]

load
group

43 06 59

4.7

4.6

4.6

3.6

12

250

50

2.4

C-4

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C

d1

wt.
[kg]

load
group

45 06 51
45 06 52
45 06 51
45 06 52
45 06 51
45 06 52
45 06 51
45 06 52

9.3
20
7.5
16
6.0
13
5.1
10

8.6
18
6.6
14
5.3
11
4.5
9.6

7.5
15
5.7
12
4.6
9.9
3.9
8.3

4.8
10
3.7
7.9
3.0
6.4
2.5
5.4

12
16
12
16
12
16
12
16

25
30
25
30
25
30
25
30

100
120
100
120
100
120
100
120

400
400
500
500
600
600
700
700

10.7
17.4
13.0
21.2
15.4
24.9
17.7
28.7

C-4
1-4
C-4
1-4
C-4
1-4
C-4
1-4

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C

wt.
[kg]

49 06 55

5.9

5.3

4.8

3.3

230

250

140

330

200

6.6

Pipe clamps, clamp bases, OD 60.3 (ND 50), type 43, 45, 49

type 48
L

ER

d3

dN

4.6

6.5
13
5.0
10
4.0
8.6
3.4
7.3

4.2

4.2

5.6
12
4.3
9.0
3.5
7.5
2.9
6.3

3.7

type 49
C

Pipe clamps, clamp bases, OD 73 (ND 65), type 43, 48, 49

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C

d1

wt.
[kg]

load
group

43 07 59

4.7

4.6

4.6

3.6

12

255

50

2.5

C-4

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C d3

dN

ER

min

48 07 51
48 07 52
48 07 53

7.9
11
19

7.0
10
17

6.2
9.0
15

4.1
6.0
10

36
36
36

70
70
100

350
350
350

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C

49 07 55

5.9

5.3

4.8

3.3

4.53

type

4.6

5.4
8.0
13

4.2

4.2

4.6
7.0
11

3.7

21
21
25

[kg]
max min max
750
750
750

6.0
8.0
10

14
18
23

load
group
C-4
C-4
3-5

wt.
[kg]

237

250

140

330

200

6.8

Selection table OD 76.1 - 133


Temperatures 600-650C
Pipe clamps, clamp bases, OD 76.1 (ND 65), type 43, 48, 49
type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C

d1

wt.
[kg]

load
group

43 08 59

4.7

4.6

4.6

3.6

12

255

50

2.5

C-4

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C d3

dN

ER

min

48 08 51
48 08 52
48 08 53

7.9
11
19

7.0
10
17

6.2
9.0
15

4.1
6.0
10

36
36
36

70
70
100

350
350
350

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C

49 08 55

6.1

5.5

4.9

3.4

4.4

4.6
7.0
11

3.8

21
21
25

wt. [kg]
max min max
750
750
750

6.0
8.0
10

14
18
23

load
group
C-4
C-4
3-5

wt.
[kg]

238

250

140

330

200

6.9

type 43

Pipe clamps, clamp bases, OD 88.9 (ND 80), type 43, 48, 49
600

610

43 09 59

4.7

4.6

4.6

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C d3

dN

ER

min

48 09 51
48 09 52
48 09 53

8.1
11
19

7.2
10
17

6.4
9.0
15

4.2
6.0
10

36
36
36

75
85
100

350
350
350

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C

49 09 55

8.9

8.0

7.2

4.9

4.6

5.5
7.9
13

6.3

650C

d1

3.6

12

260

4.2

4.8
6.8
11

5.6

21
21
25

wt.
[kg]

load
group

50

2.7

C-4

wt. [kg]
max min max
850
850
850

7.0
7.0
10

17
21
28

type

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

load
group
C-4
C-4
3-5

wt.
[kg]

294

305

170

385

250

10.0

type 48

Pipe clamps, OD 108 (ND 100), type 43, 48


type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

43 10 59

9.7

9.2

8.2

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C d3

dN

ER

min

48 10 51
48 10 52
48 10 53

11
15
30

10
13
27

9.1
12
24

6.1
8.0
16

51
51
51

85
95
140

350
350
350

7.1

8.0
10
21

650C

d1

5.1

16

270

6.1

7.0
9.2
18

21
25
34

wt.
[kg]

load
group

70

5.1

1-4

wt. [kg]
max min max
950
950
950

9.0
10
17

25
30
48

L
d3

load
group

ER

5.4
8.0
13

4.2

d1

4.6

dN

C-4
3-5
3-6

Pipe clamps, OD 114.3 (ND 100), type 43, 48


600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C

d1

wt.
[kg]

load
group

43 11 59

9.7

9.2

8.2

5.1

16

275

70

5.2

1-4

type 49

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C d3

dN

ER

min

load
group

9.1
12
24

6.1
8.0
16

51
51
51

85
95
140

350
350
350

600

610

48 11 51
48 11 52
48 11 53

11
15
30

10
13
27

8.0
10
21

6.1

7.0
9.2
18

21
25
34

wt. [kg]
max min max
950
950
950

9.0
10
17

25
30
48

C-4
3-5
3-6

type

7.1

type

Pipe clamps, OD 133 (ND 125), type 43, 48

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C

d1

wt.
[kg]

load
group

43 13 59

9.7

9.6

9.5

6.8

16

290

80

8.1

1-4

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

48 13 51
48 13 52
48 13 53

13
19
33

12
17
29

10
15
26

8.9

9.2
13
23

7.9

8.0
11
19

wt. [kg]
max min max

650C d3

dN

ER

min

7.0
9.9
17

51
51
51

95
110
150

400 1000
400 1000
400 1000

21
25
34

11
13
21

30
37
55

load
group

C-4
3-5
4-6

4.54

Selection table OD 139.7 - 219.1


Temperatures 600-650C
Pipe clamps, OD 139.7 (ND 125), type 43, 48

type 43
d1

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C

d1

wt.
[kg]

load
group

43 14 59

9.7

9.6

9.5

6.8

16

295

80

8.2

1-4

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

48 14 51
48 14 52
48 14 53

13
19
33

12
17
29

10
15
26

8.9

9.2
13
23

7.9

wt. [kg]
max min max

650C d3

dN

ER

min

7.0
9.9
17

51
51
51

95
110
150

400 1000
400 1000
400 1000

8.0
11
19

21
25
34

11
14
21

30
37
55

load
group
C-4
3-5
4-6

Pipe clamps, OD 159 (ND 150), type 43, 48


type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C

d1

wt.
[kg]

load
group

43 16 59

9.7

9.6

9.5

6.8

16

315

80

8.8

1-4

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

48 16 51
48 16 52
48 16 53

13
21
40

12
19
36

10
17
32

8.9

9.2
15
28

7.9

wt. [kg]
max min max

650C d3

dN

ER

min

7.0
11
21

63
63
63

100
125
150

450 1050
450 1050
450 1050

8.0
13
24

21
25
34

12
15
26

31
40
69

load
group
C-4
3-5
4-6

Pipe clamps, OD 168.3 (ND 150), type 43, 48


type 44

d3

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C

d1

wt.
[kg]

load
group

43 17 59

9.7

9.6

9.5

6.8

16

320

80

9.1

1-4

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

48 17 51
48 17 52
48 17 53

13
21
40

12
19
36

10
17
32

8.9

9.2
15
28

7.9

wt. [kg]
max min max

650C d3

dN

ER

min

7.0
11
21

63
63
63

100
125
150

450 1050
450 1050
450 1050

8.0
13
24

21
25
34

12
15
26

31
40
70

load
group
C-4
3-5
4-6

Pipe clamps, OD 193.7 (ND 175), type 43, 48

type 48
L

dN

4.55

ER

d3

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C

d1

wt.
[kg]

load
group

43 19 59

15.1

14.9

14.9

11.6

20

355

100

16

3-6

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C d3

dN

ER

min

48 19 51
48 19 52
48 19 53
48 19 54

11
17
28
50

10
17
25
44

9.0
15
22
39

6.0
10
14
26

63
63
63
63

110
125
150
160

550
550
550
550

14.8

8.0
13
19
34

13.4

6.9
11
16
29

21
25
25
41

wt. [kg]
max min max
1150
1150
1150
1150

16
20
25
51

34
45
59
102

load
group
C-4
3-5
3-5
4-7

Pipe clamps, OD 219.1 (ND 200), type 44, 48


type

600

610

44 22 51
44 22 52
44 22 53

11
27
40

10
23
35

type

600

610

48 22 51
48 22 52
48 22 53
48 22 54

11
26
34
61

10
23
31
54

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C

d3

max.
insul.

wt.
[kg]

load
group

8.9
20
30

5.6
13
19

21
34
46

430
460
485

115
105
165

280
280
280

18
33
50

C-4
4-6
5-8

7.7
18
26

6.7
15
23

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C d3

dN

ER

min

9.2
20
27
48

6.1
13
18
31

79
79
79
79

130
150
170
200

550
550
550
550

8.1
17
24
42

7.1
15
20
36

21
25
41
46

wt. [kg]
max min max
1350
1350
1350
1350

16
23
30
54

43
67
79
133

load
group
C-4
3-5
4-7
5-8

Selection table OD 244.5 - 323.9


Temperatures 600-650C
Pipe clamps, OD 244.5 (ND 225), type 44, 48
type

600

610

44 24 51
44 24 52
44 24 53

11
26
40

10
23
35

type

600

610

48 24 51
48 24 52
48 24 53
48 24 54

14
27
40
68

12
25
36
60

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C

d3

max
B

max.
insul.

wt.
[kg]

load
group

9.1
19
30

5.8
12
19

21
34
46

440
475
500

120
105
172

280
280
280

20
34
53

C-4
4-6
5-8

8.0
17
27

6.8
15
23

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640
11
22
32
53

9.7
19
28
46

650C d3

dN

ER

min

7.3
14
21
35

79
79
79
79

110
150
160
180

550
550
550
550

8.4
17
24
40

25
25
41
46

wt. [kg]
max min max
1350
1350
1350
1350

17
27
38
62

47
71
97
153

load
group
3-5
3-5
4-7
5-8

Pipe clamps, OD 267 (ND 250), type 44, 48


600

610

44 26 51
44 26 52
44 26 53

11
27
42

10
23
37

type

600

610

48 26 51
48 26 52
48 26 53
48 26 54

15
29
41
74

14
26
37
65

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C

d3

max
B

max.
insul.

wt.
[kg]

load
group

9.1
20
32

5.8
13
20

21
34
46

455
485
505

125
112
182

280
280
280

21
36
57

C-4
4-6
5-8

8.1
17
28

6.8
15
24

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640
12
23
33
58

11
20
29
50

650C d3

dN

ER

min

8.3
15
22
38

92
92
92
92

120
150
160
195

600
600
600
600

9.5
17
25
43

25
25
41
46

wt. [kg]
max min max
1400
1400
1400
1400

21
29
41
68

52
75
100
158

type 44

d3

load
group

type

3-5
3-5
4-7
5-8

Pipe clamps, OD 273 (ND 250), type 44, 48


600

610

44 27 51
44 27 52
44 27 53

10
27
40

10
23
37

type

600

610

48 27 51
48 27 52
48 27 53
48 27 54

15
29
41
74

14
26
37
65

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C

d3

max
B

max.
insul.

wt.
[kg]

load
group

9.1
20
32

5.8
13
20

21
34
46

455
485
505

125
112
182

280
280
280

21
37
57

C-4
4-6
5-8

8.1
17
28

6.8
15
24

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640
12
23
33
58

11
20
29
50

650C d3

dN

ER

min

8.3
15
22
38

92
92
92
92

120
150
160
195

600
600
600
600

9.5
17
25
43

25
25
41
46

wt. [kg]
max min max
1400
1400
1400
1400

21
29
41
69

53
75
100
159

type 48
L

load
group
3-5
3-5
4-7
5-8

d3

dN

ER

type

Pipe clamps, OD 323.9 (ND 300), type 44, 48


permissible load [kN]
620
630
640

type

600

610

44 32 51
44 32 52
44 32 53
44 32 54

18
30
60
82

18
30
59
80

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

48 32 51
48 32 52
48 32 53
48 32 54
48 32 55
48 32 56

23
40
60
71
92
150

21
39
53
68
90
136

18
34
47
60
80
120

18
29
53
70

15
27
47
62

16
30
41
52
70
106

13
23
40
53

14
26
35
45
61
92

650C

d3

max
B

max.
insul.

wt.
[kg]

load
group

11
20
34
43

25
34
46
51

500
510
530
545

100
175
147
195

290
290
290
290

35
55
80
105

3-5
4-6
5-8
6-9

dN

ER

min

118
118
118
118
118
118

150
180
180
210
250
250

700
700
700
700
800
800

650C d3
12
23
31
40
53
80

25
41
46
46
51
51

wt. [kg]
max min max
1400
1400
1400
1400
1400
1400

32
48
61
75
94
120

70
103
129
156
183
238

load
group
3-5
4-7
5-8
5-8
6-9
6-9

4.56

Selection table OD 355.6 - 406.4


Temperatures 600-650C
Pipe clamps, OD 355.6 (ND 350), type 44, 48
permissible load [kN]
620
630
640

type

600

610

44 36 51
44 36 52
44 36 53
44 36 54

21
30
56
92

20
30
54
80

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

48 36 51
48 36 52
48 36 53
48 36 54
48 36 55
48 36 56

20
28
48
73
120
177

18
25
42
71
105
158

16
22
37
63
93
140

18
29
52
69

16
27
46
61

13
19
32
55
81
122

650C

d3

max
B

max.
insul.

wt.
[kg]

load
group

11
20
33
43

25
34
46
51

520
525
545
555

105
182
147
195

290
290
290
290

39
59
84
113

3-5
4-6
5-8
6-9

dN

ER

min

118
118
118
118
118
118

140
160
180
220
240
240

700
700
800
800
800
800

13
23
39
52

650C d3

12
16
28
48
70
106

10
14
24
42
62
93

25
34
41
46
51
51

wt. [kg]
max min max
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500

32
37
65
89
108
138

72
87
126
178
220
286

load
group
3-5
4-6
4-7
5-8
6-9
6-9

type 44

d3

Pipe clamps, OD 368 (ND 350), type 44, 48

type 48

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

type

600

610

44 37 51
44 37 52
44 37 53
44 37 54

20
30
54
91

19
30
53
79

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

48 37 51
48 37 52
48 37 53
48 37 54
48 37 55
48 37 56

20
28
48
73
120
177

18
25
42
71
105
158

16
22
37
63
93
140

18
29
52
69

16
28
47
60

13
19
32
55
81
122

650C

d3

max
B

max.
insul.

wt.
[kg]

load
group

12
20
33
43

25
34
46
51

530
535
550
560

112
190
150
195

290
290
290
290

41
63
87
115

3-5
4-6
5-8
6-9

dN

ER

min

118
118
118
118
118
118

140
160
180
220
240
240

750
750
750
750
850
850

14
24
40
51

650C d3

12
16
28
48
70
106

10
14
24
42
62
93

25
34
41
46
51
51

wt. [kg]
max min max
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1500

33
39
63
86
113
145

72
87
127
179
221
287

load
group
3-5
4-6
4-7
5-8
6-9
6-9

L
d3

dN

4.57

ER

Pipe clamps, OD 406.4 (ND 400), type 44, 48


permissible load [kN]
620
630
640

650C

d3

max
B

max.
insul.

wt.
[kg]

load
group

11
26
43
57

25
46
51
51

560
580
580
590

112
140
200
190

300
300
300
300

44
84
121
138

3-5
5-8
6-9
6-9

dN

ER

min

144
144
144
144
144
144

160
180
200
240
230
230

800
800
800
800
900
900

type

600

610

44 41 51
44 41 52
44 41 53
44 41 54

19
45
78
108

18
44
77
106

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C d3

48 41 51
48 41 52
48 41 53
48 41 54
48 41 55
48 41 56

23
41
54
82
137
196

21
36
49
72
125
186

18
32
43
64
110
165

12
21
29
42
73
109

17
42
68
94

15
37
60
81

16
28
38
56
96
144

13
32
51
68

14
24
33
48
83
125

25
41
46
46
51
61

wt. [kg]
max min max
1600
1600
1600
1600
1600
1600

43
62
72
94
128
177

96
128
149
195
254
348

load
group
3-5
4-7
5-8
5-8
6-9
7-10

Selection table OD 419 - 508


Temperatures 600-650C
Pipe clamps, OD 419 (ND 400), type 44, 48
permissible load [kN]
620
630
640

650C

d3

max
B

max.
insul.

wt.
[kg]

load
group

12
28
45
57

25
46
51
51

565
585
585
595

115
140
210
195

300
300
300
300

45
87
127
140

3-5
5-8
6-9
6-9

dN

ER

min

144
144
144
144
144
144

160
180
200
240
230
230

800
800
800
900
900
900

type

600

610

44 42 51
44 42 52
44 42 53
44 42 54

18
46
77
105

18
45
76
104

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C d3

48 42 51
48 42 52
48 42 53
48 42 54
48 42 55
48 42 56

23
41
54
82
137
196

21
36
49
72
125
186

18
32
43
64
110
165

12
21
29
42
73
109

18
44
71
94

16
38
62
82

16
28
38
56
96
144

14
33
53
69

14
24
33
48
83
125

25
41
46
46
51
61

wt. [kg]
max min max
1600
1600
1600
1600
1600
1600

43
62
73
103
129
178

97
128
150
196
255
349

load
group
3-5
4-7
5-8
5-8
6-9
7-10

type 44

Pipe clamps, OD 457.2 (ND 450), type 44, 48


d3

max
B

max.
insul.

wt.
[kg]

load
group

12
20
40
64
89

25
46
51
51
61

590
600
605
620
640

122
140
195
315
255

300
300
300
300
300

50
80
128
176
218

3-5
5-8
6-9
6-9
7-10

dN

ER

min

144
144
144
144
144
144

170 900 1700


190 900 1700
230 900 1700
255 1000 1700
275 1000 1700
275 1000 1700

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

44 46 51
44 46 52
44 46 53
44 46 54
44 46 55

19
38
71
108
144

19
37
70
106
143

18
33
64
101
137

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C d3

48 46 51
48 46 52
48 46 53
48 46 54
48 46 55
48 46 56

39
46
73
153
168
260

36
41
70
144
161
242

32
36
62
128
143
214

21
24
41
84
95
142

28
32
54
111
126
187

14
24
48
76
103

24
27
47
96
109
162

41
46
46
51
61
61

wt. [kg]
max min max
73
78
110
185
199
241

142
152
211
340
363
496

650C

type

16
29
56
89
120

d3

load
group
4-7
5-8
5-8
6-9
7-10
7-10

type 48
L

Pipe clamps, OD 508 (ND 500), type 44, 48


650C

d3

max
B

11
23
45
60
94

25
46
51
61
61

615
630
635
650
665

122
140
230
220
280

dN

ER

min

173
173
173
173
173
173

185
200
235
275
310
310

1000
1000
1000
1050
1050
1050

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

44 51 51
44 51 52
44 51 53
44 51 54
44 51 55

19
39
76
122
161

18
38
75
113
160

17
36
72
99
146

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C d3

48 51 51
48 51 52
48 51 53
48 51 54
48 51 55
48 51 56

41
46
78
144
202
284

36
41
71
144
179
266

32
36
63
128
158
236

21
24
42
84
105
156

15
32
63
86
128

28
32
55
111
138
206

13
27
54
72
110

24
28
48
96
119
178

41
46
46
51
61
61

max.
insul.

wt.
[kg]

load
group

300
300
300
300
300

54
92
152
209
264

3-5
5-8
6-9
7-10
7-10

wt. [kg]
max min max
1800
1800
1800
1800
1800
1800

87
94
129
186
236
303

164
174
240
352
407
547

dN

ER

d3

load
group
4-7
5-8
5-8
6-9
7-10
7-10

4.58

Selection table OD 558.8 - 660.4


Temperatures 600-650C
Pipe clamps, OD 558.8 (ND 550), type 44, 48

type 44

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C

d3

max
B

max.
insul.

wt.
[kg]

load
group

44 56 51
44 56 52
44 56 53
44 56 54
44 56 55

37
77
117
145
229

36
76
114
143
226

36
72
100
134
199

23
46
60
80
120

46
51
61
61
71

655
665
675
690
705

140
242
230
312
277

300
300
300
300
300

100
167
225
273
369

5-8
6-9
7-10
7-10
8-30

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C d3

dN

ER

min

48 56 51
48 56 52
48 56 53
48 56 54
48 56 55
48 56 56

44
61
79
149
236
324

39
54
71
141
217
322

34
48
63
125
192
288

23
32
42
83
128
190

173
173
173
173
173
173

200
235
240
280
355
355

1100
1100
1100
1100
1200
1200

32
63
86
116
173

30
42
55
109
168
251

27
54
73
97
145

26
37
48
94
146
217

41
46
46
51
61
61

wt. [kg]
max min max
1900
1900
1900
1900
1900
1900

103
128
148
216
327
401

184
226
264
391
546
672

load
group
4-7
5-8
5-8
6-9
7-10
7-10

d3

Pipe clamps, OD 609.6 (ND 600), type 44, 48

type 48
L

dN

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C

d3

max
B

max.
insul.

wt.
[kg]

load
group

44 61 51
44 61 52
44 61 53
44 61 54
44 61 55

39
80
116
164
249

38
79
113
162
245

37
73
99
159
221

24
46
60
96
135

46
51
61
71
71

695
705
715
740
750

140
255
239
230
328

310
310
310
310
310

113
186
246
332
445

5-8
6-9
7-10
8-30
8-30

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C d3

dN

ER

min

48 61 51
48 61 52
48 61 53
48 61 54
48 61 55
48 61 56
48 61 57

43
83
101
147
223
280
424

39
73
93
141
215
266
399

34
65
83
125
190
236
353

23
43
55
83
126
157
234

199
199
199
199
199
199
199

220
225
280
295
355
350
350

1200
1200
1200
1300
1300
1300
1300

33
64
86
137
194

30
57
72
110
166
207
308

28
55
72
115
163

26
49
62
95
143
179
267

41
46
46
51
61
71
71

wt. [kg]
max min max
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000

123
171
194
249
331
429
517

209
294
338
418
573
689
851

load
group
4-7
5-8
5-8
6-9
7-10
8-30
8-30

ER

d3

type

Pipe clamps, OD 660.4 (ND 650), type 44, 48

4.59

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C

d3

max
B

max.
insul.

wt.
[kg]

load
group

44 66 51
44 66 52
44 66 53
44 66 54
44 66 55

36
76
120
164
247

36
75
113
162
244

35
72
99
157
222

23
45
60
95
135

46
51
61
71
71

720
730
745
770
775

140
260
250
235
338

310
310
310
310
310

119
200
265
355
477

5-8
6-9
7-10
8-30
8-30

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C d3

dN

ER

min

48 66 51
48 66 52
48 66 53
48 66 54
48 66 55
48 66 56
48 66 57

51
82
113
158
226
300
440

45
72
99
144
219
270
401

40
64
88
127
194
239
355

26
42
58
84
129
159
235

224
224
224
224
224
224
224

230
230
280
310
330
350
350

1250
1250
1250
1250
1350
1350
1350

32
63
86
136
194

35
56
77
111
170
209
310

27
54
72
114
163

30
48
66
96
147
181
268

L
41
46
46
51
61
71
71

wt. [kg]
max min max
2050
2050
2050
2050
2050
2050
2050

155
190
223
263
361
448
534

262
320
377
458
615
709
874

load
group
4-7
5-8
5-8
6-9
7-10
8-30
8-30

Selection table OD 711.2 - 812.8


Temperatures 600-650C
Pipe clamps, OD 711.2 (ND 700), type 44, 48
type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C

d3

max
B

max.
insul.

wt.
[kg]

load
group

44 71 51
44 71 52
44 71 53
44 71 54
44 71 55
44 71 56

50
75
116
148
206
265

50
74
112
147
203
262

45
72
99
142
187
248

28
45
60
86
113
155

46
51
61
61
71
71

740
760
770
785
795
810

165
270
255
217
287
265

310
310
310
310
310
310

146
217
286
326
449
542

5-8
6-9
7-10
7-10
8-30
9-30

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C d3

dN

ER

min

48 71 51
48 71 52
48 71 53
48 71 54
48 71 55
48 71 56
48 71 57

56
77
127
154
228
316
469

49
72
112
141
218
282
427

43
64
99
125
194
250
379

29
42
66
83
129
166
251

224
224
224
224
224
224
224

230
230
280
310
335
355
355

1300
1300
1300
1400
1400
1450
1450

33
48
75
95
147
189
286

41
46
51
51
61
71
71

wt. [kg]
max min max
2100
2100
2100
2100
2100
2100
2100

168 280
201 333
247 416
292 471
383 640
495 759
600 1016

load
group
4-7
5-8
6-9
6-9
7-10
8-30
9-30

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C

d3

max
B

max.
insul.

wt.
[kg]

load
group

44 76 51
44 76 52
44 76 53
44 76 54
44 76 55
44 76 56

50
78
116
164
225
322

49
77
113
162
222
320

46
72
99
160
210
292

29
45
60
97
127
180

46
51
61
71
71
81

770
790
800
815
820
835

175
280
265
252
330
322

310
310
310
310
310
310

160
235
305
421
537
700

5-8
6-9
7-10
8-30
9-30
10-40

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C d3

dN

ER

min

48 76 51
48 76 52
48 76 53
48 76 54
48 76 55
48 76 56
48 76 57

61
82
121
144
230
364
507

54
72
107
143
216
322
485

48
64
94
127
192
286
430

32
42
63
84
127
190
285

250
250
250
250
250
250
250

260
260
310
340
330
410
410

1500
1500
1500
1500
1500
1600
1600

42
56
83
110
168
250
375

35
54
72
116
153
220

36
48
72
96
145
217
325

41
46
51
51
61
71
71

wt. [kg]
max min max
2300
2300
2300
2300
2300
2300
2300

214 345
252 393
300 480
344 558
425 713
632 960
798 1214

load
group
4-7
5-8
6-9
6-9
7-10
8-30
9-30

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C

d3

max
B

max.
insul.

wt.
[kg]

load
group

44 81 51
44 81 52
44 81 53
44 81 54
44 81 55
44 81 56

76
119
164
166
225
325

75
113
162
164
222
323

73
99
150
163
208
294

46
60
91
106
126
180

51
61
71
71
71
81

825
840
850
855
855
875

295
277
245
287
340
338

320
320
320
320
320
320

257
335
436
493
572
754

6-9
7-10
8-30
8-30
9-30
10-40

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C d3

dN

ER

min

48 81 51
48 81 52
48 81 53
48 81 54
48 81 55
48 81 56
48 81 57

69
85
118
151
232
381
563

61
82
107
144
219
366
545

54
73
95
128
194
324
483

36
48
63
85
129
215
320

250
250
250
250
250
250
250

280
300
330
350
350
450
450

1600
1600
1600
1600
1600
1600
1600

47
63
83
111
170
283
421

55
72
109
127
151
221

41
55
72
96
147
245
365

type 48
L
d3

dN

Pipe clamps, OD 812.8 (ND 800), type 44, 48

64
86
130
151
180
258

d3

Pipe clamps, OD 762 (ND 750), type 44, 48

40
63
86
138
181
256

type 44

46
46
51
51
61
71
71

wt. [kg]
max min max
2400
2400
2400
2400
2400
2400
2400

257 395
292 451
329 519
379 598
474 773
706 1100
901 1390

ER

38
56
87
109
170
218
330

34
54
72
103
136
186

39
63
85
123
161
218

load
group
5-8
5-8
6-9
6-9
7-10
8-30
9-30

4.60

Selection table OD 863.6 - 965.2


Temperatures 600-650C
Pipe clamps, OD 863.6 (ND 850), type 44, 48

type 44

d3

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C

d3

max
B

max.
insul.

wt.
[kg]

load
group

44 86 51
44 86 52
44 86 53
44 86 54
44 86 55
44 86 56

85
122
164
203
225
339

76
116
160
188
222
335

65
100
139
163
197
292

41
65
85
100
119
180

51
61
71
71
71
81

845
870
880
890
885
910

270
245
236
280
335
347

320
320
320
320
320
320

265
340
438
499
583
806

6-9
7-10
8-30
8-30
9-30
10-40

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C d3

dN

ER

min

48 86 51
48 86 52
48 86 53
48 86 54
48 86 55
48 86 56
48 86 57

74
89
122
171
256
409
617

65
87
112
157
246
387
575

58
77
100
139
218
343
510

38
51
66
92
145
229
338

279
279
279
279
279
279
279

280
300
330
350
350
450
450

1650
1650
1650
1650
1650
1650
1650

57
88
121
143
171
256

50
68
88
121
191
301
444

49
76
102
120
144
220

43
59
76
105
165
261
385

46
46
51
51
61
71
71

wt. [kg]
max min max
2450
2450
2450
2450
2450
2450
2450

290 434
323 496
365 566
423 662
576 892
779 1192
989 1500

load
group
5-8
5-8
6-9
6-9
7-10
8-30
9-30

Pipe clamps, OD 914.4 (ND 900), type 44, 48

type 48
L

dN

ER

d3

4.61

type

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C

d3

max
B

max.
insul.

wt.
[kg]

load
group

44 91 51
44 91 52
44 91 53
44 91 54
44 91 55
44 91 56

81
116
164
166
225
330

79
113
162
164
222
328

72
99
148
163
208
294

45
60
90
109
126
180

51
61
71
71
71
81

870
895
905
915
910
935

305
293
255
312
360
357

320
320
320
320
320
320

299
380
487
567
649
849

6-9
7-10
8-30
8-30
9-30
10-40

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C d3

dN

ER

min

48 91 51
48 91 52
48 91 53
48 91 54
48 91 55
48 91 56
48 91 57

81
121
163
278
393
473
685

71
108
144
252
366
432
646

63
96
128
223
324
383
573

42
64
84
150
215
254
380

279
279
279
279
279
279
279

300
330
350
385
470
450
450

1700
1700
1700
1700
1800
1800
1800

63
86
128
155
179
258

55
84
111
197
283
334
501

54
72
107
130
151
221

48
73
96
171
245
290
434

46
46
51
61
71
71
81

wt. [kg]
max min max

load
group

2500 315 468


2500 373 575
2500 428 659
2500 623 948
2500 829 1205
2500 921 1350
2500 1160 1695

5-8
5-8
6-9
7-10
8-30
9-30
10-40

Pipe clamps, OD 965.2 (ND 950), type 44, 48


type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C

d3

max
B

max.
insul.

wt.
[kg]

load
group

44 97 51
44 97 52
44 97 53
44 97 54
44 97 55
44 97 56

77
110
160
184
218
332

75
109
157
181
217
330

65
97
139
161
191
291

41
60
85
100
119
180

51
61
71
71
71
81

895
920
930
940
935
960

287
250
250
296
350
360

320
320
320
320
320
320

298
373
483
549
664
886

6-9
7-10
8-30
8-30
9-30
10-40

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C d3

dN

ER

min

48 97 51
48 97 52
48 97 53
48 97 54
48 97 55
48 97 56
48 97 57

81
127
166
289
398
468
718

80
126
147
255
373
444
665

71
111
130
226
330
393
590

47
74
86
150
219
261
392

330
330
330
330
330
330
330

300
330
350
385
470
450
450

1750
1750
1750
1750
1850
1850
1850

57
85
121
141
167
255

62
98
114
197
288
343
516

49
73
102
121
143
220

53
85
98
171
250
297
447

46
46
51
61
71
71
81

wt. [kg]
max min max
2550 360
2550 437
2550 469
2550 672
2550 899
2550 965
2550 1215

552
664
721
1015
1295
1450
1825

load
group
5-8
5-8
6-9
7-10
8-30
9-30
10-40

Selection table OD 1016 - 1118


Temperatures 600-650C
Pipe clamps, OD 1016 (ND 1000), type 44, 48
610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C

d3

max
B

max.
insul.

wt.
[kg]

load
group

44 T0 51
44 T0 52
44 T0 53
44 T0 54
44 T0 55
44 T0 56
44 T0 57

73
114
164
193
234
329
422

72
111
159
187
223
327
419

65
96
138
162
193
288
385

40
60
85
100
119
180
240

51
61
71
71
71
81
91

920
950
960
970
970
990
1000

290
255
255
303
340
365
370

320
320
320
320
320
320
320

314
396
513
587
715
930
1151

6-9
7-10
8-30
8-30
9-30
10-40
20-50

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C d3

dN

ER

min

48 T0 51
48 T0 52
48 T0 53
48 T0 54
48 T0 55
48 T0 56
48 T0 57

100
155
171
301
426
510
766

89
137
159
280
410
486
735

79
121
141
248
363
431
652

52
80
94
164
242
286
433

330
330
330
330
330
330
330

300
330
350
385
470
450
450

1800
1800
1800
1800
1900
1900
1900

57
85
121
142
170
252
338

68
106
124
216
319
376
570

49
73
102
120
146
217
290

59
92
107
187
276
326
494

46
46
51
61
71
71
81

wt. [kg]
max min max

load
group

2600 388 591


2600 470 710
2600 507 769
2600 730 1100
2600 980 1405
2600 1090 1560
2600 1380 1987

5-8
5-8
6-9
7-10
8-30
9-30
10-40

Pipe clamps, OD 1067 (ND 1050), type 44, 48


type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C

d3

max
B

max.
insul.

wt.
[kg]

load
group

44 T1 51
44 T1 52
44 T1 53
44 T1 54
44 T1 55
44 T1 56
44 T1 57

75
114
164
196
237
338
427

74
113
160
185
224
335
421

64
97
140
160
194
292
391

40
60
85
100
119
180
240

51
61
71
71
71
81
91

950
980
985
1000
1000
1020
1030

295
265
261
312
350
382
385

320
320
320
320
320
320
320

333
424
546
619
758
991
1226

6-9
7-10
8-30
8-30
9-30
10-40
20-50

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C d3

dN

ER

min

48 T1 51
48 T1 52
48 T1 53
48 T1 54
48 T1 55
48 T1 56
48 T1 57

99
151
163
282
430
516
766

87
139
161
280
407
484
733

77
123
143
248
361
429
650

51
81
95
165
239
285
430

330
330
330
330
330
330
330

300
330
350
385
470
450
450

1850
1850
1850
1850
1950
1950
1950

56
85
121
141
170
256
343

68
107
125
218
315
375
566

48
73
102
120
144
220
290

59
93
108
188
273
325
491

46
46
51
61
71
71
81

wt. [kg]
max min max

load
group

2650 404 605


2650 493 742
2650 531 802
2650 763 1140
2650 1015 1445
2650 1135 1615
2650 1435 2050

5-8
5-8
6-9
7-10
8-30
9-30
10-40

Pipe clamps, OD 1118 (ND 1100), type 44, 48


600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C

d3

max
B

max.
insul.

wt.
[kg]

load
group

44 T2 51
44 T2 52
44 T2 53
44 T2 54
44 T2 55
44 T2 56
44 T2 57

76
110
164
200
232
324
427

73
108
157
182
221
323
421

63
95
136
158
191
292
385

40
60
85
100
119
180
240

51
61
71
71
71
81
91

980
1010
1015
1020
1030
1050
1065

300
265
268
318
355
392
390

320
320
320
320
320
320
320

351
440
566
662
792
1041
1285

6-9
7-10
8-30
8-30
9-30
10-40
20-50

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C d3

dN

ER

min

48 T2 51
48 T2 52
48 T2 53
48 T2 54
48 T2 55
48 T2 56
48 T2 57

99
142
181
279
433
502
766

87
139
161
279
408
485
731

77
123
143
248
361
430
648

51
81
95
166
240
285
431

374
374
374
374
374
374
374

300
330
350
385
470
450
450

1900
1900
1900
1900
2000
2000
2000

68
107
125
218
315
375
567

48
71
102
119
144
220
290

58
93
108
189
273
325
492

d3

type 48
L
d3

dN

type

55
83
120
138
168
256
337

type 44

46
46
51
61
71
71
81

wt. [kg]
max min max

load
group

2700 436 653


2700 535 788
2700 570 880
2700 780 1165
2700 1035 1530
2700 1160 1655
2700 1515 2150

5-8
5-8
6-9
7-10
8-30
9-30
10-40

ER

600

type

4.62

Selection table OD 1168 - 1219


Temperatures 600-650C
Pipe clamps, OD 1168 (ND 1150), type 44, 48

type 44

d3

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C

d3

max
B

max.
insul.

wt.
[kg]

load
group

44 T3 51
44 T3 52
44 T3 53
44 T3 54
44 T3 55
44 T3 56
44 T3 57

73
120
164
196
241
328
427

72
112
156
184
218
326
421

64
97
136
160
189
286
381

40
60
85
100
119
180
240

51
61
71
71
71
81
91

1005
1025
1045
1045
1060
1075
1095

312
275
274
328
360
392
395

320
320
320
320
320
320
320

372
485
594
699
831
1078
1335

6-9
7-10
8-30
8-30
9-30
10-40
20-50

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C d3

dN

ER

min

48 T3 51
48 T3 52
48 T3 53
48 T3 54
48 T3 55
48 T3 56
48 T3 57

94
139
173
279
441
510
766

87
139
161
278
408
486
733

77
123
143
248
361
431
650

52
82
96
164
240
286
431

374
374
374
374
374
374
374

300
330
350
385
470
450
450

56
85
119
140
166
251
334

68
108
126
216
315
376
568

48
73
102
120
142
215
287

59
93
109
187
273
326
492

46
46
51
61
71
71
81

wt. [kg]
max min max

load
group

1950
1950
1950
1950
2050
2050
2050

2750 456
2750 559
2750 595
2750 809
2750 1130
2750 1205
2750 1575

5-8
5-8
6-9
7-10
8-30
9-30
10-40

673
816
907
1242
1580
1780
2217

Pipe clamps, OD 1219 (ND 1200), type 44, 48


600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C

d3

max
B

max.
insul.

wt.
[kg]

load
group

44 T4 51
44 T4 52
44 T4 53
44 T4 54
44 T4 55
44 T4 56
44 T4 57

77
116
164
197
236
337
427

74
112
158
186
219
325
421

64
97
137
161
190
281
381

40
60
85
100
119
180
240

51
61
71
71
71
81
91

1035
1050
1080
1075
1090
1110
1125

322
280
284
335
370
405
405

320
320
320
320
320
320
320

397
506
633
739
874
1130
1404

6-9
7-10
8-30
8-30
9-30
10-40
20-50

type

600

610

permissible load [kN]


620
630
640

650C d3

dN

ER

min

48 T4 51
48 T4 52
48 T4 53
48 T4 54
48 T4 55
48 T4 56
48 T4 57

90
139
165
282
446
523
740

88
139
161
280
407
485
733

78
123
143
248
361
430
649

52
82
95
164
240
285
432

374
374
374
374
374
374
374

300
330
350
385
470
450
450

2000
2000
2000
2000
2100
2100
2100

type

type 48
L

dN

4.63

ER

d3

56
85
120
141
166
247
334

69
108
125
216
316
375
568

48
73
102
121
143
212
287

59
93
108
188
274
325
492

46
46
51
61
71
71
81

wt. [kg]
max min max

load
group

2800 521
2800 577
2800 617
2800 885
2800 1175
2800 1255
2800 1635

5-8
5-8
6-9
7-10
8-30
9-30
10-40

694
839
934
1285
1635
1830
2287

U-bolts
Type 40

U-bolts
type 40 01 .8 to 40 91 .8

OD

Type 40 mainly serves to


fasten warm pipe systems
of max. 80C to existing
steel structures.

d2
A

type
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40
40

01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
14
17
22
27
32
36
41
46
51
61
71
76
91

.8
.8
.8
.8
.8
.8
.8
.8
.8
.8
.8
.8
.8
.8
.8
.8
.8
.8
.8
.8
.8
.8
.8
.8

OD

21.3
26.9
33.7
42.4
48.3
60.3
73.0
76.1
88.9
108.0
114.3
139.7
168.3
219.1
273.0
323.9
355.6
406.4
457.2
508.0
609.6
711.2
762.0
914.4

30
35
40
53
60
72
87
91
103
123
130
155
188
238
295
350
381
432
485
537
638
740
790
943

70
70
70
75
75
85
95
95
100
115
115
130
155
180
215
245
260
285
320
345
395
450
475
550

d2 x L
M6
M6
M6
M10
M10
M10
M12
M12
M12
M12
M12
M12
M16
M16
M20
M20
M20
M20
M24
M24
M24
M24
M24
M24

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

65
65
65
65
65
70
75
75
75
75
75
75
95
95
110
110
110
110
125
125
125
125
125
125

weight
[kg]

11
13
17
21
24
30
37
38
44
54
57
70
84
110
137
162
178
203
229
254
305
356
381
457

0.05
0.05
0.05
0.15
0.16
0.18
0.30
0.31
0.32
0.36
0.37
0.42
0.91
1.08
2.07
2.35
2.55
2.80
4.55
4.90
5.70
6.50
6.90
8.00

5th digit: 1 = S235JR


3 = X5CrNi18-10

Order details:
type 40 .. .8
Scope of delivery:
incl. 4 nuts
4.64

Weld-on lugs for pipes


Type 41
Weld-on lugs for pipes
type 49 D9 11 to 49 79 12

 Permissible load at 80C =

normal operating conditions


(load case H) of the corresponding load group (3rd place
in the type designation, see
Max. permissible load for static
components, p. 0.6).


E

ax

sm

OD

Existing stress in the


specified weld seam
 50 N/mm2 at 4
angled tension.

d3

Material: S235JR
type 41 .. 11 smax = 10mm
type 41 .. 12 smax = 100mm
type

d3

41 D9 11
41 D9 12
41 29 11
41 29 12
41 39 11
41 39 12
41 49 11
41 49 12
41 59 11
41 59 12
41 69 11
41 69 12
41 79 11
41 79 12

30
30
35
65
45
70
80
120
85
130
120
165
170
230

10.5
10.5
12.5
12.5
16.5
16.5
20.5
20.5
24.5
24.5
34
34
41
41

25
115
25
115
30
120
40
125
40
130
50
140
60
150

15
15
17.5
17.5
22.5
22.5
30
30
32.5
32.5
40
40
50
50

15
15
22
22
28
28
37
37
40
40
50
50
65
65

10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10

8
8
10
10
12
12
15
15
20
20
25
25
30
30

Reduction factors of permissible load


at increased temperatures:

Order details:
weld-on lugs for pipes
type 41 .9 1.

4.65

F perm. (T)

250C
350C

0.7 F perm. (80C)


0.5 F perm. (80C)

a
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
5.5
5.5
6.5
6.5
6.5
6.5

weight
[kg]
0.06
0.23
0.11
0.49
0.21
0.75
0.53
1.60
0.75
2.30
1.60
4.10
3.20
7.30

Weld-on lugs for pipe elbows


Type 41
a
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
4.5
3.0
4.5
3.0
5.5
3.0
5.5
3.0
5.5
3.0
5.5
3.0
5.5
3.0
5.5
4.5
6.5
4.5
6.5
4.5
6.5
4.5
6.5
4.5
6.5
5.5
6.5
5.5
6.5
5.5
6.5
5.5
6.5
5.5
6.5
5.5
6.5
5.5
6.5

type

0.13
0.13
0.13
0.13
0.24
0.13
0.25
0.14
0.25
0.14
0.25
0.14
0.62
0.14
0.62
0.25
0.87
0.25
0.88
0.25
0.90
0.25
0.90
0.25
0.90
0.26
0.90
0.62
1.40
0.62
1.50
0.62
1.50
0.65
1.50
0.65
1.50
0.90
3.40
0.90
3.40
0.90
3.40
0.90
3.40
0.90
3.40
0.90
3.40
0.90
3.40

41 06 15
41 07 15
41 08 15
41 09 15
41 09 16
41 10 15
41 10 16
41 11 15
41 11 16
41 13 15
41 13 16
41 14 15
41 14 16
41 16 15
41 16 16
41 17 15
41 17 16
41 19 15
41 19 16
41 22 15
41 22 16
41 24 15
41 24 16
41 26 15
41 26 16
41 27 15
41 27 16
41 32 15
41 32 16
41 36 15
41 36 16
41 37 15
41 37 16
41 41 15
41 41 16
41 42 15
41 42 16
41 46 15
41 46 16
41 51 15
41 51 16
41 56 15
41 56 16
41 61 15
41 61 16
41 66 15
41 66 16
41 71 15
41 71 16
41 76 15
41 76 16

135
135
135
135
140
135
140
135
140
135
140
135
145
135
145
140
150
135
145
135
145
130
145
125
140
130
145
130
145
115
125
120
130
105
115
115
125
100
120
95
110
85
105
80
95
70
85
60
80
50
70

OD

3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
4.5
3.0
4.5
3.0
4.5
3.0
4.5
3.0
4.5
3.0
4.5
4.5
5.5
4.5
5.5
4.5
5.5
4.5
5.5
4.5
5.5
4.5
5.5
4.5
6.5
4.5
6.5
4.5
6.5
4.5
6.5
4.5
6.5
5.5
6.5
5.5
6.5
5.5
6.5
5.5
6.5
5.5
6.5
5.5
6.5
5.5
6.5

0.44
0.44
0.44
0.44
0.75
0.44
0.75
0.45
0.75
0.46
0.77
0.47
1.60
0.47
1.70
0.78
2.30
0.78
2.30
0.80
2.30
0.80
2.40
0.80
2.40
0.80
2.40
1.70
3.70
1.70
3.70
1.80
3.70
1.80
3.70
1.80
3.80
2.40
7.10
2.50
7.10
2.50
7.10
2.50
7.10
2.50
7.10
2.50
7.20
2.50
7.20

60.3
73
76.1
88.9
88.9
108
108
114.3
114.3
133
133
139.7
139.7
159
159
168.3
168.3
193.7
193.7
219.1
219.1
244.5
244.5
267
267
273
273
323.9
323.9
355.6
355.6
368
368
406.4
406.4
419
419
457.2
457.2
508
508
558.8
558.8
609.6
609.6
660.4
660.4
711.2
711.2
762
762

 Permissible loads at 80C = normal operating conditions


(load case H) of the specified load group in each case
(see Max. permissible load for static components, p. 0.6).

load 
group
C-2
C-2
C-2
C-2
2-3
C-2
2-3
C-2
2-3
C-2
2-3
C-2
3-4
C-2
3-4
2-3
4-5
2-3
4-5
2-3
4-5
2-3
4-5
2-3
4-5
2-3
4-5
3-4
5-6
3-4
5-6
3-4
5-6
3-4
5-6
3-4
5-6
4-5
6-7
4-5
6-7
4-5
6-7
4-5
6-7
4-5
6-7
4-5
6-7
4-5
6-7

R1

d3

22
22
22
22
28
22
28
22
28
22
28
22
37
22
37
28
40
28
40
28
40
28
40
28
40
28
40
37
50
37
50
37
50
37
50
37
50
40
65
40
65
40
65
40
65
40
65
40
65
40
65

17.5
17.5
17.5
17.5
22.5
17.5
22.5
17.5
22.5
17.5
22.5
17.5
30
17.5
30
22.5
32.5
22.5
32.5
22.5
32.5
22.5
32.5
22.5
32.5
22.5
32.5
30
40
30
40
30
40
30
40
30
40
32.5
50
32.5
50
32.5
50
32.5
50
32.5
50
32.5
50
32.5
50

8
8
8
8
10
8
10
8
10
8
10
8
15
8
15
10
18
10
18
10
18
10
18
10
18
10
18
15
20
15
20
15
20
15
20
15
20
18
25
18
25
18
25
18
25
18
25
18
25
18
25

12.5
12.5
12.5
12.5
16.5
12.5
16.5
12.5
16.5
12.5
16.5
12.5
20.5
12.5
20.5
16.5
24.5
16.5
24.5
16.5
24.5
16.5
24.5
16.5
24.5
16.5
24.5
20.5
34
20.5
34
20.5
34
20.5
34
20.5
34
24.5
41
24.5
41
24.5
41
24.5
41
24.5
41
24.5
41
24.5
41

Stress existing in the specified weld seam


 50 N/mm2 at 4 angled tension.

Weld-on lugs for pipe


elbows (R  1.5 OD)
type 41 06 13 to 41 76 16
d3

R1

OD

E
35
30
35
30
35
30
35
30
35
25
30
25
40
25
40
25
40
20
35
20
35
15
30
10
25
15
25
15
25
-10
5
0
15
-15
-5
-10
5
-20
0
-30
-10
-40
-20
-45
-30
-55
-35
-65
-45
-75
-55

weight
[kg]

type
41 06 13
41 07 13
41 08 13
41 09 13
41 09 14
41 10 13
41 10 14
41 11 13
41 11 14
41 13 13
41 13 14
41 14 13
41 14 14
41 16 13
41 16 14
41 17 13
41 17 14
41 19 13
41 19 14
41 22 13
41 22 14
41 24 13
41 24 14
41 26 13
41 26 14
41 27 13
41 27 14
41 32 13
41 32 14
41 36 13
41 36 14
41 37 13
41 37 14
41 41 13
41 41 14
41 42 13
41 42 14
41 46 13
41 46 14
41 51 13
41 51 14
41 56 13
41 56 14
41 61 13
41 61 14
41 66 13
41 66 14
41 71 13
41 71 14
41 76 13
41 76 14

Smax = 100mm

weight
[kg]

Smax = 10mm

sm

ax

t
41 .. 13
14
15
16

max
 s=10mm
max
 s=100mm

Reduction factors of permissible load at increased


temperatures:
T

F perm. (T)

250C
350C

0.7 F perm. (80C)


0.5 F perm. (80C)

Order details:
weld-on lug for pipe
elbows R  1.5 OD
type 41 .. 1.
4.66

Connection plates
Type 77
Connection plates for
coupling pipe clamps
type 43

d3

type 77 09 39 to 77 19 39
B

By coupling 2 pipe clamps


with type 77 the loads can
be doubled.
Order details:
connection plate
type 77.. 39

type

for clamps

loadgroup

d3

weight
[kg]

77 09 39
77 17 39
77 19 39

43 01 19 to 43 09 59
43 10 19 to 43 17 59
43 19 19 to 43 19 59

D-5
3-6
4-7

25
34
46

65
70
90

90
90
105

0.8
1.2
2.4

Connection plates for coupling pipe clamp type 44


up to 600C
type 77 22 .. to 77 T4 ..
Type designation of the
connection plates: the
figures 44 of the clamps to
be coupled must be replaced
by the figures 77.
Example:
connection plate for
type 44 66 38 77 66 38.
 The load group for the upper
connection (type 60) must be
stated when ordering.

Order details:
connection plate
type 77.. ..
load group ...

4.67

type 60

d1

type

load
group 

77 22 .. to 77 27 ..
77 32 .. to 77 37 ..
77 41 .. to 77 46 ..
77 51 .. to 77 56 ..
77 61 .. to 77 91 ..
77 97 .. to 77 T4 ..

5-10
5-30
6-30
7-50
7-50
7-50

d1 
min
max
33
33
40
45
45
45

60
70
70
90
90
90

Bmax

weight
[kg]

135
140
140
200
190
190

180
225
275
300
325
390

10-23
11-32
16-52
30-75
31-78
47-81

Lift-off restraints for clamp bases


Type 49

Lift-off restraints for


clamp base type 49
type 49 00 01 to 49 00 05
A

type

for clamp bases

49 00 01
49 00 01
49 00 01
49 00 01
49 00 01
49 00 01
49 00 02
49 00 02
49 00 02
49 00 02
49 00 02
49 00 03
49 00 04
49 00 05

49 01 11 to 49 17 11
49 01 12 to 49 14 12
49 01 25 to 49 11 25
49 01 35 to 49 06 35
49 01 45 to 49 11 45
49 01 55 to 49 09 55
49 19 13 to 49 32 13
49 16 14 to 49 32 14
49 13 25 to 49 32 25
49 07 35 to 49 32 35
49 13 45 to 49 32 45
49 36 13 to 49 51 45
49 56 13 to 49 91 45
49 97 13 to 49 T4 45

35
35
35
35
35
35
55
55
55
55
55
80
110
115

15
15
15
15
15
15
32
32
32
32
32
45
50
50

23
23
23
23
23
23
35
35
35
35
35
55
80
85

8
8
8
8
8
8
17
17
17
17
17
22
22
22

8
8
8
8
8
8
12
12
12
12
12
15
20
25

wt./pair
[kg]
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
5.0
7.0
8.0

0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.7
1.5
1.9

The following shortduration


lift-off loads are permissible
for the clamp bases:
type 49 01 .. to 49 76 .. 10%
type 49 81 .. to 49 T4 .. 7%
of the catalog load.

Order details:
lift-off restraint
type 49 00 ..

On request special lift-off restraints for type 49 .. .. -SP can be delivered.

4.68

Installation and operating instructions


Type 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 48
1 Transport and storage
Care must be taken during transport that none
of the clamp components is damaged. When
stored in the open the clamps must be protected from dirt and water.

For installation the restraint and strap must


be taken off by removing the outer threaded
pins and the connection bolts. After attaching
the upper section to the hanging part the
restraint and strap can be reconnected.

Type 42 .. 17

2 Delivery condition
Type 42 .. .9

LISEGA pipe clamps are delivered ready for


installation, with all the necessary bolts. For
reason of more effective dispatch clamps can
be supplied partially assembled.

They are then bolted on and the threaded


pins fitted. All parts must then be firmly
screwed on.

3 Installation
3.1 Horizontal clamp
Type 42
This clamp is used as a horizontal clamp in
connection with threaded eye nut type 60.
When tightening the bolts, care must be
taken that the clamp halves are parallel to
each other. The bolts are to be secured with
lock nuts.
Installation of type 44 for temperatures over 600C
Type 43

Type 44 U-bolt design

Type 43
Connection is made with this horizontal clamp
3.2 Riser clamps
via a separate connection bolt with a threaded
Type 45
eye nut type 60. The bolts must be secured
When installing these clamps care must be
with the cotter pins provided; otherwise protaken to place the spacers supplied onto the
ceed as with type 42.
bolts between the clamp halves. The bolts are
then tightened and locked. The clamp is hung
Type 44, U-bolt/ strap for temperatures
up via the outer support bolts, which are secup to 600C
ured with washers and cotter pins. The specThese clamps consist of an upper section with
ified height of the clamp is set by tightening
a connecting lug and, depending on load and
the suspended parts and creating a force-and
temperature range, a U-bolt with an inlay plate
formfitting connection with the shear lugs.
or a flat steel strap as lower section. For
installation, remove the pre-assembled lower
part by loosening the locking nuts or removing the connection bolts. The upper section
is seated on the piping and the lower one
inserted and held by tightening the U-bolt or
flat steel strap. After alignment of the clamp
the bolts are to be firmly tightened. The
U-bolts are secured with lock nuts and the
flat steel straps with tab washers under the
Riser clamp type 45 with connection components
hexagon nuts.
Type 44 for temperatures over 600C
These clamps consist of an upper section
with a connection lug and restrainer and
a flat steel strap as lower part.

Type 44 strap design

4.69

Type 46
This riser clamp is supplied in single parts
sealed in plastic shrink wrap.
For installation it is best to first fit the front
plates  into the suspended parts. These parts
should be tightened at the lowest level, then
both side plates  can be attached one after
another. In the case of large clamps, the
opposite side must hereby be temporarily
propped up.

For installation, both side plates are seated on


the trunnions and connected with the thr