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Table of Contents

Pipe Support Catalog


Supports for Thermoplastic Piping

Maverick Applied Science, Inc.


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Table of Contents

General Notes Page 3


Pictorial Index
Pipe Supports Page 5

Pipe Supports
Figure CS1: U-Strap W/ Shield (1” – 12” Diameter) Page 8
Figure CS4: Clevis Hanger (1” – 12” Diameter) Page 9
Figure CS5: Wide Clamp Hanger (1” – 12” Diameter) Page 10
Figure CS8: Slide Shield (1” – 12” Diameter) Page 11
Figure CS12: Flange Slide (1” – 12” Diameter) Page 12
Figure CS13: Flange Guide (1” – 12” Diameter) Page 13
Figure CS16: Flange Hanger (1” – 12” Diameter) Page 14
Figure CP8: Base Slide (1” – 12” Diameter) Page 15
Figure CP8L: Base Slide – Low Profile (1” – 12” Diameter) Page 16
Figure CP9: Base Guide (1” – 12” Diameter) Page 17
Figure CP9L: Base Guide – Low Profile (1” – 12” Diameter) Page 18
Figure CP10: Base Anchor (1” – 12” Diameter) Page 19
Figure CP10L: Base Anchor – Low Profile (1” – 12” Diameter) Page 20
Figure CP13: Riser Guide (1” – 12” Diameter) Page 21
Figure CP14: Riser Support (1” - 12” Diameter) Page 22
Figure CP15: Double Rod Riser Hanger (1” - 12” Diameter) Page 23

Technical
Data
CPVC Pipe & Fluid Weight per Foot Page 25
Support Spans for CPVC Pipe Page 26
PVC Pipe & Fluid Weight per Foot Page 27
Support Spans for PVC Pipe Page 28
Fractions / Decimal / MM Conversions Page 29
Unit Conversions Page 31
Equivalents of Pressure and Head Page 32
Appendix Page 33
Appendix 1: MAS Painting Specification MAS09900-6.13

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Introduction

Maverick Applied Science provides piping engineering and pipe supports to


heavy and light industries for nearly every application.

The Maverick Approach begins with our extraordinary group of


designers and engineers. With their 100-plus years of expertise in
pipe support design and engineering and PLASTIC piping, they
form the backbone of Maverick.

But our engineers are not only expert designers of pipe supports
and systems; they epitomize our “engineering is a people business”
approach. Our company philosophy is focused on you, our
customer, and your project. After all, your success is our success
and we work very hard to guarantee both.

The Maverick Difference comes from our dual focus on pipe


support design coupled with high quality manufacturing. Maverick
pipe support designs are:
• Based on practical, efficient concepts that provide the greatest
ease of installation and reliable service.
• Modeled in 3D using Solid Edge™ to assure proper fit,
fabrication and installation accuracy as well as ease of
adjustment to suit your project.
• Competitively priced.

Maverick pipe support designs provide:


• Long term performance and durability.
• The most flexibility and choices for your project.

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Introduction

Maverick pipe supports meet or exceed your defined project


requirements and are:
• Tailored to best suit your application.
• Designed and built in compliance with standard practice MSS
SP-58, Pipe Hangers and Supports – Materials, Design and
Manufacture.
• Available in carbon steel, stainless steel, and alloys
• Available in plain, painted or galvanized finishes.
• “Made in America”.

In addition to pipe supports, Maverick Applied Science provides engineering and


inspections for domestic and foreign companies involved in chemical processing,
desalination, power utilities, mineral processing and water/wastewater processing.

Maverick engineers and inspectors are internationally recognized for expertise in composite
materials for corrosive applications. With over 150 years of combined FRP engineering
experience, the Maverick team provides

Engineering and Consulting


• Material Specifications
• Equipment Design
• Pipe Stress Analysis
• Finite Element Analysis
• Failure Investigation and Analysis

Inspections
• Vendor Qualifications
• Shop Surveillance
• Field QA Inspection
• Equipment Inspection
• Maintenance Assessment
• Materials Verification

For more information about what Maverick Applied Science can do, you can contact us at
+941-721-1800 or see us at www.maverickappliedscience.com. We look forward to putting our
expertise to work for you.

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General Notes

1) The following catalog support configurations are designed for the listed allowable loads. If actual load
requirements differ from the defined allowable loads, configurations and materials can be altered to
accommodate the load requirements. The defined vertical loads are downward in direction unless
otherwise noted. Please specify all load requirements with placement of order.

2) The defined support loads and designs are based on typical FRP and plastic pipe/duct system
arrangements, design parameters and spans between supports. Support designs and configurations can
be altered to accommodate specific project needs.

3) Allowable loads for pipe supports are based on schedule max spans of 40 CPVC pipe at 73°F.

4) All supports are designed to maximize load distribution and to avoid point loading of the pipe at the
support.

5) Larger diameter supports up to 48” in diameter are custom engineered to meet specific load and
functionality requirements. Expected loads and movements are required to engineer and optimize support
configuration and design. Where large diameter supports are used without slide bearings allowing steel
on steel contact, supports will need to be evaluated for axial loads due to increased frictional loading.

6) Structural and supplementary steel structures are assumed to be near rigid. The length of the support
should be centered on the supporting structures to limit the torsional loading of the steel. Flexibility in
structural steel may induce unanticipated loads into the pipe/duct.

7) The width of the supporting structural steel should be considered for support bearing. Structural or
supplementary steel should provide a bearing surface of at least 50% of the support base length. If this is
not possible, larger or thicker support base plates or stiffeners may be required. If additional installation
plates or larger support base plates are needed, please specify size (length, width and thickness) with
placement of order.

8) Pipe supports are available in sizes up to 12” in diameter. Larger sizes up to 48” are available and are
designed to suit the project requirements.

9) All pipe sizes are considered nominal. These support are designed and for standard NPS pipe O.D.
The outer diameter (O.D.) may vary on some thermal plastic pipe depending on the pipe material. The
pipe material must be specified with placement of order.

10) Support dimensions are based on typical wall thicknesses and may vary depending on the actual
O.D. and load requirements (See Note 3).

11) Flange support dimensions for sizes up to 24” diameter pipe are based on ANSI B16.5 CL150 flange
drilling and may vary depending on the actual drilling class and load requirements.

12) Flange support dimensions for sizes above 24” diameter pipe are based on ASME B16.47 Series A
CL150 flange drilling and may vary depending on the actual drilling class and load requirements.

13) The standard material for Maverick supports is carbon steel. Other materials such as, stainless steel
and other alloys are available upon request.

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General Notes

14) The standard finishes for Maverick pipe/duct supports are:


1” to 12” diameter: Galvanized finish, Painted supports per MAS painting specification MAS09900-6.13,
Type 2 are also available. (See Appendix 1). Other types of paint finishes and Mill finish are available
upon request. Please specify desired finish with placement of order.

15) All saddle and clamp type supports include cushioning material to assure best fit and to minimize
exterior pipe wear.

16) Supports that require attachment to a structure are designed for welded installations. If bolted
installations are preferred, please specify details with placement of order.

17) Sizing of field welds for supports, clips, brackets, lugs, etc. to supporting structures are to be
determined by others.

18) Guide clips provided with the non-slide bearing type guide supports are designed to be field welded to
the supporting structure. Guide clips for bolted installations to the supporting structure are available.
Please specify the preferred attachment method with placement of order.

19) The standard horizontal gap for guide and linestop supports is 1/8” with factory installed clips.
Supports can be adjusted for specific displacements as required for project needs. Please specify with
placement of order.

20) The upwards vertical gap for our guide and linestop style supports is ±1/8” with factory installed clips..
The vertical gaps of supports with slide bearings may vary depending on the style of clip required. Where
uplift or overturning is a concern, please provide vertical limit requirements or overturning loads at
placement of order and supports can be adjusted to accommodate the specified limits and loads.

21) Slide bearings are recommended for supports with moderate to severe displacements and loads on
systems having long straight runs. Slide bearings are recommended for piping systems above 12”
diameter where temperature gradients from ambient are greater than 60°F may occur. The incorporation
of slide bearings is to minimize loads transferred to the supporting structure.

22) If pipe/duct requires insulation, slots can be incorporated into the support design to accommodate
insulation banding. Please specify insulation thickness and details at placement of order.

23) Supplementary steel supporting structures are not included with Maverick supports. Supplementary
supporting structures can be provided upon request.

24) All materials such as pipe, duct, flanges and shear collars are not included with Maverick supports.
This material should be sourced from the piping manufacturer.

25) Shield banding and buckles are not included with Maverick supports. Banding and buckles can be
provided upon request. Material will be provided in bulk form.

26) Hanger hardware to suspend a support from a structure above is not included with Maverick
supports. Hanging hardware can be provided upon request.

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Pictorial Index
Pipe Supports

CS1 CS4 CS5


U-Strap W/ Shield Clevis Hanger Wide Clamp Hanger
(1” – 12” Diameter) (1” – 12” Diameter) (1” – 12” Diameter)

CS12 CS8 CS13


Flange Slide Slide Shield Flange Guide
(1” – 12” Diameter) (1” – 12” Diameter) (1” – 12” Diameter)

CS16 CP8
Flange Hanger CP8L
Base Slide Base Slide – Low Profile
(1” – 12” Diameter) (1” – 12” Diameter) (1” – 12” Diameter)

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Pictorial Index
Pipe Supports

CP9 CP9L CP10


Base Guide Base Guide – Low Profile Base Anchor
(1” – 12” Diameter) (1” – 12” Diameter) (1” – 12” Diameter)

CP10L CP13 CP14


Base Anchor – Low Profile Riser Guide Riser Support
(1” – 12” Diameter) (1” – 12” Diameter) (1” – 12” Diameter)

CP15
Double Rod Riser Hanger
(1” – 12” Diameter)

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Figure CS1: U-Strap W/ Shield
MAVERICK (1”
SUPPORTS & SERVICES, INC.
– 12” Diameter)

(2) 180 DEG 'L2'


LOAD SHIELD
'L1'
1/8" GAP
'C'
ELASTOMERIC
CUSHION

T.O.S. B.O.P.

BANDING
(SEE NOTES)

FASTENER 'G' 'W'


(NOT INCLUDED)

Finish: Notes:
Electroplated, hot-dipped galvanized Base width (W) must be fully supported. Dimensions
See General Note 15, page 4. are based on typical 150 PSI rated pipe and may
vary depending on the actual O.D. and load
Service: requirements. Load shield rests on supporting
To provide wear protection for pipe while allowing structure. Banding can be provided in bulk upon
freedom of axial movement and limiting lateral request. See General Notes, pages 3 and 4.
movement

Material:
Carbon steel
See General Note 14, page 3.

Pipe Size C G L1 L2 W Allowable Loads [lb]


[in] [in] [in] [in] [in] [in] Lateral Vertical
1 1 1/2 3/8 2 12 3 7/8 80 50
1 1/2 1 1/2 3/8 2 12 4 3/8 90 75
2 2 3/8 2 12 5 3/8 100 100
3 2 3/8 3 12 6 3/8 200 150
4 2 3/8 4 12 7 1/2 300 200
6 2 1/2 4 12 9 7/8 600 300
8 2 1/2 6 12 11 7/8 700 600
10 2 1/2 5/8 8 12 14 1/2 1300 1000
12 2 1/2 5/8 10 12 16 3/4 1300 1400

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MAVERICKFigure
SUPPORTS & SERVICES,
CS4: Clevis Hanger INC.
(1” – 12” Diameter)

HANGING HARDWARE
(NOT INCLUDED)
'D'

'H'

LOAD SHIELD
REQUIRED FOR
14" NPS AND
ABOVE

ELASTOMERIC
CUSHION 'L1'

'L2'

Finish: Notes:
Hot-dipped galvanized Dimensions are based on typical 150 PSI rated pipe
See General Note 15, page 4. and may vary depending on the actual O.D. and load
requirements. Hanging hardware is available upon
Service: request. See General Notes, pages 3 and 4.
To support weight of pipe from above while
allowing freedom of movement

Material:
Carbon steel
See General Note 14, page 3.

Pipe Size D H L1 L2 Allowable Loads [lb]


[in] [in] [in] [in] [in] Vertical
1 3/8 3 1/4 2 ----- 50
1 1/2 3/8 3 1/4 2 ----- 75
2 3/8 3 1/4 2 ----- 100
3 1/2 4 1/2 2 ----- 150
4 5/8 5 1/2 2 ----- 200
6 3/4 7 3 ----- 300
8 3/4 8 1/2 3 ----- 600
10 7/8 10 3 ----- 1000
12 7/8 11 1/2 4 ----- 1400

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MAVERICKFigure
SUPPORTS & SERVICES,
CS5: Wide INC.
Clamp Hanger
(1” – 12” Diameter)

HANGING HARDWARE
(NOT INCLUDED)
'D'
PIN 'P'
(NOT INCLUDED)

ELASTOMERIC
CUSHION
'H'

'C'

'L1'

Finish: Notes:
Hot-dipped galvanized Dimensions are based on typical 150 PSI rated pipe
See General Note 15, page 4. and may vary depending on the actual O.D. and load
requirements. Hanging hardware is available upon
Service: request. See page 10 for sizes 20” - 60”. See
To support weight of pipe from above while General Notes, pages 3 and 4.
allowing freedom of movement

Material:
Carbon steel
See General Note 14, page 3.

Pipe Size C D H L1 P Allowable Loads [lb]


[in] [in] [in] [in] [in] [in] Vertical
1 1 1/2 3/8 4 2 1/2 50
1 1/2 1 1/2 3/8 4 1/4 2 1/2 75
2 1 1/2 3/8 4 9/16 2 1/2 100
3 1 1/2 1/2 5 1/16 2 5/8 150
4 1 1/2 5/8 5 9/16 2 3/4 200
6 2 3/4 6 3/4 3 7/8 300
8 2 3/4 7 3/4 3 7/8 600
10 2 1/2 7/8 9 1/16 3 1 1000
12 2 1/2 7/8 10 1/8 4 1 1400

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Figure CS8: Slide Shield
MAVERICK SUPPORTS & SERVICES, INC.
(1” – 12” Diameter)

BANDING
(SEE NOTES)
180 DEG
LOAD SHIELD

B.O.P.
T.O.S.
ELASTOMERIC
CUSHION

'L1'

Finish: Notes:
Electroplated, hot-dipped galvanized Dimensions are based on typical 150 PSI rated pipe
See General Note 15, page 4. and may vary depending on the actual O.D. and load
requirements. Load shield rests on supporting
Service: structure. Banding can be provided in bulk upon
To provide wear protection for pipe while allowing request. See General Notes, pages 3 and 4.
freedom of movement

Material:
Carbon steel
See General Note 14, page 3.

Pipe Size L1 Allowable Loads [lb]


[in] [in] Vertical
1 12 80
1 1/2 12 90
2 12 110
3 12 200
4 12 280
6 12 540
8 12 800
10 12 1200
12 12 1600

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Figure CS12: Flange Slide
(1” – &
MAVERICK SUPPORTS 12” Diameter) INC.
SERVICES,

'H'

T.O.S.

'W' 'L2'

'L1'

Finish: Notes:
Hot-dipped galvanized Dimensions are based on ANSI B16.5 CL150 flange
See General Note 15, page 4. drilling and may vary depending on actual drilling
requirements. FRP flanges require a full back-face.
Service: See page 13 for sizes 12” – 30”. See page 13 for
To support weight of pipe, valves or equipment sizes 36” – 60”. See General Notes, pages 3 and 4.
while allowing freedom of movement

Material:
Carbon steel
See General Note 14, page 3.

Pipe Size H L1 L2 W Allowable Loads [lb]


[in] [in] [in] [in] [in] Vertical
1 3 3/4 2 1 1/4 5 1/2 65
1 1/2 4 1/4 2 1 1/4 6 100
2 4 5/8 2 1 3/4 6 125
3 5 1/4 2 1 3/4 7 1/2 200
4 6 2 1 3/4 10 1/4 250
6 7 3 2 3/4 12 1/4 375
8 8 1/4 3 2 3/4 14 1/4 750
10 9 3/8 3 3 3/4 17 1/4 1250
12 10 1/2 4 4 3/4 20 1/4 1750

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Figure CS13: Flange Guide
MAVERICK SUPPORTS & SERVICES, INC.
(1” – 12” Diameter)

'H'

T.O.S.

'W' 'L2'

'L1'

Finish: Notes:
Hot-dipped galvanized Type FB1 welded guide clips are provided with this
See General Note 15, page 4. style of support. Type FB2 bolted guide clips are
available upon request. Dimensions are based on
Service: ANSI B16.5 CL 150 flange drilling and may vary
To support weight of pipe, valves or equipment, depending on actual drilling requirements. Can also
while allowing freedom of axial movement and be used as a flange riser guide. FRP flanges require
limiting lateral movement a full back-face. See General Notes, pages 3 and 4.

Material:
Carbon steel
See General Note 14, page 3.

Pipe Size H L1 L2 W Allowable Loads [lb]


[in] [in] [in] [in] [in] Lateral Vertical
1 3 3/4 2 1 1/4 7 3/4 80 65
1 1/2 4 1/4 2 1 1/4 8 1/4 100 100
2 4 5/8 2 1 3/4 8 1/4 130 125
3 5 1/4 2 1 3/4 9 3/4 190 200
4 6 2 1 3/4 12 1/2 240 250
6 7 3 2 3/4 14 1/2 480 375
8 8 1/4 3 2 3/4 16 1/2 650 750
10 9 3/8 3 3 3/4 19 1/2 800 1250
12 10 1/2 4 4 3/4 22 1/2 1200 1750

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Figure CS16: Flange Hanger
MAVERICK(1” –SUPPORTS
12” Diameter) & SERVICES, INC.

HANGING HARDWARE
'D' (NOT INCLUDED)

PIN 'P'
(NOT INCLUDED)

'H'

'W'

Finish: Notes:
Hot-dipped galvanized Dimensions are based on ANSI B16.5 CL 150 flange
See General Note 15, page 4. drilling and may vary depending on actual drilling
requirements. FRP flanges require full back-face.
Service: Hanging hardware is available upon request. See
To support weight of pipe, valves or equipment General Notes, pages 3 and 4.
from above while allowing freedom of movement

Material:
Carbon steel
See General Note 14, page 3.

Pipe Size H D P W Allowable Loads [lb]


[in] [in] [in] [in] [in] Vertical
1 4 1/8 3/8 1/2 4 1/4 65
1 1/2 4 1/2 3/8 1/2 5 100
2 5 3/8 1/2 6 125
3 6 1/2 5/8 7 1/2 200
4 6 1/2 5/8 3/4 9 250
6 7 1/2 3/4 7/8 11 375
8 9 3/4 7/8 14 750
10 10 7/8 1 16 1250
12 12 7/8 1 19 1750

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Figure &
MAVERICK SUPPORTS CP8: Base Slide
SERVICES, INC.
(1” – 12” Diameter)

'L1'
ELASTOMERIC
CUSHION

'C' 0-20 DEG

B.O.P.
1 1/2" T.O.S.

'W'

Finish: Notes:
Hot-dipped galvanized Dimensions are estimated based on typical 150 PSI
See General Note 15, page 4. rated pipe and may vary depending on the actual
O.D. and load requirements. See General Notes,
Service: pages 3 and 4.
To support weight of pipe while allowing freedom
of movement

Material:
Carbon steel
See General Note 14, page 3.

Pipe Size C L1 W Allowable Loads [lb]


[in] [in] [in] [in] Vertical
1 1 1/2 2 4 3/8 50
1 1/2 1 1/2 2 4 1/2 75
2 1 1/2 2 4 3/4 100
3 1 1/2 2 6 1/4 150
4 1 1/2 2 6 1/2 200
6 2 3 8 7/8 300
8 2 3 10 3/4 600
10 2 1/2 3 13 1/2 1000
12 3 4 16 1/4 1400

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Figure CP8L: Base
MAVERICK Slide – Low
SUPPORTS Profile
& SERVICES, INC.
(1” – 12” Diameter)

ELASTOMERIC 'L1'
CUSHION
'C'

B.O.P.

T.O.S.

'W'

Finish: Notes:
Hot-dipped galvanized Base width (W) must be fully supported as
See General Note 15, page 4. shown. Lower saddle rests on supporting
structure. Dimensions are estimated based on
Service: typical 150 PSI rated pipe and may vary
To support weight of pipe while allowing depending on the actual O.D. and load
freedom of movement requirements. See General Notes, pages 3 and
4.
Material:
Carbon steel
See General Note 14, page 3.

Pipe Size C L1 W Allowable Loads [lb]


[in] [in] [in] [in] Vertical
1 1 1/2 2 4 3/8 50
1 1/2 1 1/2 2 4 1/2 75
2 1 1/2 2 4 3/4 100
3 1 1/2 2 6 1/4 150
4 1 1/2 2 6 1/2 200
6 2 3 8 7/8 300
8 2 3 10 3/4 600
10 2 1/2 3 13 1/2 1000
12 3 4 16 1/4 1400

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MAVERICK SUPPORTS & SERVICES,
Figure CP9: Base GuideINC.
(1” – 12” Diameter)

ELASTOMERIC 'L1'
CUSHION

'C' 0-20 DEG

B.O.P.
1 1/2" T.O.S.

FIELD SET 'W'


GAP

Finish: Notes:
Hot-dipped galvanized Type FB1 welded guide clips are provided with this
See General Note 15, page 4. style of support. Type FB2 bolted guide clips are
available upon request. Dimensions are based on
Service: typical 150 PSI rated pipe and may vary depending
To support weight of pipe while allowing freedom on the actual O.D. and load requirements. See
of axial movement and limiting lateral movement General Notes, pages 3 and 4.

Material:
Carbon steel
See General Note 14, page 3.

Pipe Size C L1 W Allowable Loads [lb]


[in] [in] [in] [in] Lateral Vertical
1 1 1/2 2 4 3/8 80 50
1 1/2 1 1/2 2 4 1/2 100 75
2 1 1/2 2 4 3/4 130 100
3 1 1/2 3 6 1/4 190 150
4 1 1/2 3 6 1/2 240 200
6 2 4 8 7/8 480 300
8 2 4 10 3/4 650 600
10 2 1/2 4 13 1/2 800 1000
12 3 6 16 1/4 1200 1400

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MAVERICK
FigureSUPPORTS
CP9L: Base&Guide
SERVICES, INC.
(1” – 12” Diameter)

ELASTOMERIC 'L1'
CUSHION
'C'

B.O.P.
T.O.S.

FIELD SET 'W'


GAP

Finish: Notes:
Hot-dipped galvanized Base width (W) must be fully supported as
See General Note 15, page 4. shown. Lower saddle rests on supporting
structure. Dimensions are estimated based on
Service: typical 150 PSI rated pipe and may vary
To support weight of pipe while allowing depending on the actual O.D. and load
freedom of movement requirements. See General Notes, pages 3 and
4.
Material:
Carbon steel
See General Note 14, page 3.

Pipe Size C L1 W Allowable Loads [lb]


[in] [in] [in] [in] Lateral Vertical
1 1 1/2 2 5 3/8 80 50
1 1/2 1 1/2 2 4 1/2 100 75
2 1 1/2 2 6 3/4 130 100
3 1 1/2 2 6 1/4 190 150
4 1 1/2 2 7 5/8 240 200
6 2 3 10 5/8 480 300
8 2 3 11 3/4 650 600
10 2 1/2 3 16 1/8 800 1000
12 3 4 20 1/2 1200 1400

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Figure
MAVERICK CP10: Base
SUPPORTS Anchor
& SERVICES, INC.
(1” – 12” Diameter)

FRP SHEAR COLLARS 'L1'


ELASTOMERIC (NOT INCLUDED)
CUSHION

'C' 0-20 DEG

B.O.P.
38mm T.O.S.

'W'

Finish: Notes:
Hot-dipped galvanized Base width (W) must be fully supported as shown.
See General Note 15, page 4. Lower saddle rests on supporting structure. Type
FB1 welded guide clips are provided with this style of
Service: support. Type FB2 bolted guide clips are available
To support weight of pipe while restricting all upon request. Dimensions are based on typical 150
movement PSI rated pipe and may vary depending on the actual
O.D. and load requirements. See General Notes,
Material: pages 3 and 4.
Carbon steel
See General Note 14, page 3.

Pipe Size C L1 W Allowable Loads [lb]


[in] [in] [in] [in] Lateral Vertical Axial
1 1 1/2 2 4 3/8 80 50 100
1 1/2 1 1/2 2 4 1/2 100 75 100
2 1 1/2 2 4 3/4 130 100 150
3 1 1/2 3 6 1/4 190 150 150
4 1 1/2 3 6 1/2 340 200 250
6 2 4 8 7/8 800 300 550
8 2 4 10 3/4 1100 600 1000
10 2 1/2 4 13 1/2 1200 1000 1500
12 3 6 16 1/4 1500 1400 2200

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Figure CP10L: Base Anchor – Low Profile
(1” – 12” Diameter)
MAVERICK SUPPORTS & SERVICES, INC.

FRP SHEAR COLLARS 'L1'


ELASTOMERIC (NOT INCLUDED)
CUSHION

'C'

B.O.P.
T.O.S.

'W'

Finish: Notes:
Hot-dipped galvanized Base width (W) must be fully supported as shown.
See General Note 15, page 4. Lower saddle rests on supporting structure. Support
is provided with a base sized for a welded
Service: installation. A bolted installation is available upon
To support weight of pipe while restricting all request. Provide bolting arrangement with placement
movement of order. If limiting axial displacement is required,
request linestop clips type LS1 or LS2 with
Material: placement of order. Dimensions are based on typical
Carbon steel 150 PSI rated pipe and may vary depending on the
See General Note 14, page 3. actual O.D. and load requirements. See General
Notes, pages 3 and 4.

Pipe Size C L1 W Allowable Loads [lb]


[in] [in] [in] [in] Lateral Vertical Axial
1 1 1/2 2 4 3/8 80 50 100
1 1/2 1 1/2 2 4 1/2 100 75 100
2 1 1/2 2 5 3/4 130 100 150
3 1 1/2 3 6 1/4 190 150 150
4 1 1/2 3 7 5/8 340 200 250
6 2 4 10 5/8 800 300 550
8 2 4 11 3/4 1100 600 1000
10 2 1/2 4 16 1/8 1200 1000 1500
12 3 6 20 1/2 1500 1400 2200

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Figure CP13: Riser Guide
(1” – 12” Diameter)
MAVERICK SUPPORTS & SERVICES, INC.

ELASTOMERIC 'W' FIELD SET GAP


CUSHION

'L2' A A

'L1'

6"
T.O.S.

1" FIELD
SET GAP
SECTION A-A

Finish: Notes:
Hot-dipped galvanized Not designed for vertical loads. Type RGC1 welded
See General Note 15, page 4. riser guide clips are provided with this style of
support. Type RGC2 bolted riser guide clips are
Service: available upon request. Dimensions are based on
To allow axial movement while limiting lateral typical 150 PSI rated pipe and may vary depending
movement on the actual O.D. and load requirements. See page
22 for sizes 24” – 60”. See General Notes, page 3
Material: and 4.
Carbon steel
See General Note 14, page 3.

Pipe Size L1 L2 W Allowable Loads [lb]


[in] [in] [in] [in] Lateral
1 2 1 7 80
1 1/2 2 1 7 1/2 100
2 3 1 8 130
3 3 1 9 1/8 190
4 3 1 11 1/8 240
6 3 1 13 3/8 360
8 4 1 15 3/8 480
10 4 1.5 19 3/4 650
12 5 1.5 21 3/4 950

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Figure CP14: Riser Support
(1” – 12” Diameter)
MAVERICK SUPPORTS & SERVICES, INC.

'W'
SHEAR
FRP SHEARCOLLAR
COLLAR
(NOTINCLUDED)
(NOT INCLUDED)
ELASTOMERIC
CUSHION

'L1'

T.O.S.

Finish: Notes:
Hot-dipped galvanized Not designed for lateral loading. Support width (W)
See General Note 15, page 4. is based on listed available loads. For a greater
width, the support configuration may need to be
Service: adjusted to suit listed available loads. If a fixed
To support weight of pipe while allowing anchor type support is required, provide loads for
freedom of lateral movement evaluation. Dimensions are based on typical 150
PSI rated pipe and may vary depending on the
Material: actual O.D. and load requirements. See page 23
Carbon steel for sizes 12” – 30”. See page 23 for sizes 36” –
See General Note 14, page 3. 60”. See General Notes, pages 3 and 4.

Pipe Size L1 Allowable Loads [lb]


W [in]
[in] [in] Vertical
1 2 6 5/8 200
1 1/2 2 7 1/8 250
2 3 7 5/8 300
3 3 8 5/8 350
4 4 10 5/8 600
6 4 12 3/4 1000
8 4 14 3/4 1800
10 5 19 2800
12 6 21 3600

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Figure CP15: Double Rod Riser Hanger
MAVERICK SUPPORTS & (1” – 12” Diameter)
SERVICES, INC.

HANGING HARDWARE
(NOT INCLUDED) 'D'

FRP SHEAR COLLAR


(NOT INCLUDED)
ELASTOMERIC
CUSHION

'L2'

'L1'

PIN 'P'
(NOT INCLUDED)

'W'

Finish: Notes:
Hot-dipped galvanized Support width (W) is based on listed allowable loads.
See General Note 15, page 4. For a greater width, the support configuration may
need to be adjusted to suit listed allowable loads.
Service: Dimensions are based on typical 150 PSI rated pipe
To support weight of pipe from above while and may vary depending on the actual O.D. and load
allowing freedom of movement requirements. Hanging hardware is available upon
request. See page 24 for sizes 12” – 30”. See
Material: General Notes, pages 3 and 4.
Carbon steel
See General Note 14, page 3.

Pipe Size D L1 L2 P Allowable Loads [lb]


W [in]
[in] [in] [in] [in] [in] Vertical
1 3/8 2 1 1/2 1/2 6 5/8 200
1 1/2 3/8 2 1 1/2 1/2 7 1/8 250
2 3/8 3 1 1/2 1/2 7 5/8 300
3 1/2 3 1 1/2 5/8 8 5/8 350
4 5/8 3 1 1/2 3/4 10 5/8 600
6 3/4 3 1 1/8 7/8 12 3/4 1000
8 3/4 3 1 1/8 7/8 14 3/4 1800
10 7/8 4 1 1/2 1 19 2800
12 1 4 1 7/8 1 1/8 21 3600

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Technical Data

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CPVC Pipe & Fluid Weight Per Foot

The tables below contains estimated weights of typical CPVC piping and contents per lineal foot.
Estimated total weights are provided for various values of specific gravity (S.G.) of contents. Since CPVC
properties and dimensions can vary for each fabricator, this information should only be used for
preliminary estimates.

It is the piping design engineer’s responsibility to confirm all spans with respective fabricator

CPVC PIPE SCH40 & FLUID WEIGHT PER FOOT


Weight of Weight of Total Weight Per Ft (lb/ft)
Pipe
Empty Water In
Size
Pipe Per Pipe Per S.G. = 1 S.G. = 1.15 S.G. = 1.35
[in]
Ft (lb/ft) Ft (lb/ft)
2 0.8 1.4 2.2 2.4 2.7
3 1.6 3.1 4.7 5.2 5.8
4 2.3 5.5 7.8 8.6 9.7
6 4.6 12.3 16.9 18.7 21.2
8 6.1 21.8 27.9 31.2 35.6
10 8.9 34 42.9 48 54.8
12 11.8 49 60.8 68.1 77.9

CPVC PIPE SCH80 & FLUID WEIGHT PER FOOT


Weight of Weight of Total Weight Per Ft (lb/ft)
Pipe
Empty Water In
Size
Pipe Per Pipe Per S.G. = 1 S.G. = 1.15 S.G. = 1.35
[in]
Ft (lb/ft) Ft (lb/ft)
2 1.0 1.4 2.4 2.7 2.9
3 2.1 3.1 5.2 5.7 6.3
4 3.1 5.5 8.6 9.4 10.5
6 6.0 12.3 18.3 20.1 22.6
8 9.1 21.8 30.9 34.1 38.5
10 13.4 34.0 47.4 52.5 59.3
12 18.5 49.0 67.5 74.8 84.6

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Support Spans For CPVC Pipe

The table below contains estimated maximum spans for typical CPVC Pipe. Since CPVC properties can
vary for each fabricator, this information should only be used for preliminary estimates.

It is the piping design engineer’s responsibility to confirm all spans with respective fabricators.

CPVC Pipe
Pipe
Schedule 40 Schedule 80
Size
[in] Operating Temp. °F Operating Temp. °F
60 80 100 120 140 60 80 100 120 140
2 6 5.5 5 3.5 3 7 6.5 6 4 3.5
3 7 7 6 4 3.5 8 7.5 7 4.5 4
4 7.5 7 6.5 4.5 4 9 8.5 7.5 5 4.5
6 8.5 8 7.5 5 4.5 10 9.5 9 6 5
8 9 2.5 8 5 4.5 11 10.5 9.5 6.5 5.5
10 10 9 8.5 5.5 5 12 11 10 7 6
12 11.5 10.5 9.5 6.5 5.5 13 12 10.5 7.5 6.5

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PVC Pipe & Fluid Weight Per Foot

The tables below contains estimated weights of typical PVC piping and contents per lineal foot. Estimated
total weights are provided for various values of specific gravity (S.G.) of contents. Since PVC properties
can vary for each fabricator, this information should only be used for preliminary estimates.

It is the piping design engineer’s responsibility to confirm all spans with respective fabricators.

PVC PIPE SCH40 & FLUID WEIGHT PER FOOT


Weight of Weight of Total Weight Per Ft (lb/ft)
Pipe
Empty Water In
Size
Pipe Per Pipe Per S.G. = 1 S.G. = 1.15 S.G. = 1.35
[in]
Ft (lb/ft) Ft (lb/ft)
2 0.7 1.4 2.1 2.3 2.6
3 1.5 3.1 4.6 5.1 5.7
4 2.1 5.5 7.6 8.4 9.5
6 3.7 12.3 16.0 17.9 20.3
8 5.6 21.8 27.4 30.7 35.0
10 8.0 34.0 42.0 47.1 53.9
12 10.5 49.0 59.5 66.9 76.7

PVC PIPE SCH80 & FLUID WEIGHT PER FOOT


Weight of Weight of Total Weight Per Ft (lb/ft)
Pipe
Empty Water In
Size
Pipe Per Pipe Per S.G. = 1 S.G. = 1.15 S.G. = 1.35
[in]
Ft (lb/ft) Ft (lb/ft)
2 1.0 1.4 2.4 2.6 2.9
3 2.0 3.1 5.1 5.6 6.2
4 2.9 5.5 8.4 9.3 10.4
6 5.6 12.3 17.9 19.8 22.2
8 8.5 21.8 30.3 33.6 38.0
10 12.6 34.0 46.6 51.7 58.5
12 17.4 49.0 66.4 73.7 83.5

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Support Spans For PVC Pipe

The table below contains estimated maximum spans for typical PVC Pipe. Since PVC properties can vary
for each fabricator, this information should only be used for preliminary estimates.

It is the piping design engineer’s responsibility to confirm all spans with respective fabricators.

PVC Pipe
Pipe
Schedule 40 Schedule 80
Size
[in] Operating Temp. °F Operating Temp. °F
60 100 140 60 80 100 120 140
2 6.5 6 5 7 7 7 6.5 6
3 8 7 6 8 8 8 7.5 7
4 8.5 7.5 6.5 9 9 9 8.5 7.5
6 9.5 8.5 7.5 10 10.5 9.5 9 8
8 - - - 11 11 10.5 10 9
10 - - - 11.5 1.5 11 10.5 9.5
12 - - - 12.5 12.5 12.5 11 10.5

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Fractions / Decimal / MM Conversions

FRACTION / DECIMAL / MM CONVERSIONS


Inches Metric Inches Metric Inches Metric
Fractional Decimal mm Fractional Decimal mm Fractional Decimal mm
. 0.0039 0.1000 . 0.1969 5.0000 . 0.5512 14.0000
. 0.0079 0.2000 13/64 0.2031 5.1594 9/16 0.5625 14.2875
. 0.0118 0.3000 . 0.2165 5.5000 . 0.5709 14.5000
1/64 0.0156 0.3969 7/32 0.2188 5.5563 37/64 0.5781 14.6844
. 0.0157 0.4000 15/64 0.2344 5.9531 . 0.5906 15.0000
. 0.0197 0.5000 . 0.2362 6.0000 19/32 0.5938 15.0813
. 0.0236 0.6000 1/4 0.2500 6.3500 39/64 0.6094 15.4781
. 0.0276 0.7000 . 0.2559 6.5000 . 0.6102 15.5000
1/32 0.0313 0.7938 17/64 0.2656 6.7469 5/8 0.6250 15.8750
. 0.0315 0.8000 . 0.2756 7.0000 . 0.6299 16.0000
. 0.0354 0.9000 9/32 0.2813 7.1438 41/64 0.6406 16.2719
. 0.0394 1.0000 . 0.2953 7.5000 . 0.6496 16.5000
. 0.0433 1.1000 19/64 0.2969 7.5406 21/32 0.6563 16.6688
3/64 0.0469 1.1906 5/16 0.3125 7.9375 . 0.6693 17.0000
. 0.0472 1.2000 . 0.3150 8.0000 43/64 0.6719 17.0656
. 0.0512 1.3000 21/64 0.3281 8.3344 11/16 0.6875 17.4625
. 0.0551 1.4000 . 0.3346 8.5000 . 0.6890 17.5000
. 0.0591 1.5000 11/32 0.3438 8.7313 45/64 0.7031 17.8594
1/16 0.0625 1.5875 . 0.3543 9.0000 . 0.7087 18.0000
. 0.0630 1.6000 23/64 0.3594 9.1281 23/32 0.7188 18.2563
. 0.0669 1.7000 . 0.3740 9.5000 . 0.7283 18.5000
. 0.0709 1.8000 3/8 0.3750 9.5250 47/64 0.7344 18.6531
. 0.0748 1.9000 25/64 0.3906 9.9219 . 0.7480 19.0000
5/64 0.0781 1.9844 . 0.3937 10.0000 3/4 0.7500 19.0500
. 0.0787 2.0000 13/32 0.4063 10.3188 49/64 0.7656 19.4469
. 0.0827 2.1000 . 0.4134 10.5000 . 0.7677 19.5000
. 0.0866 2.2000 27/64 0.4219 10.7156 25/32 0.7813 19.8438
. 0.0906 2.3000 . 0.4331 11.0000 . 0.7874 20.0000
3/32 0.0938 2.3813 7/16 0.4375 11.1125 51/64 0.7969 20.2406
. 0.0945 2.4000 . 0.4528 11.5000 . 0.8071 20.5000
. 0.0984 2.5000 29/64 0.4531 11.5094 13/16 0.8125 20.6375
7/64 0.1094 2.7781 15/32 0.4688 11.9063 . 0.8268 21.0000
. 0.1181 3.0000 . 0.4724 12.0000 53/64 0.8281 21.0344
1/8 0.1250 3.1750 31/64 0.4844 12.3031 27/32 0.8438 21.4313
. 0.1378 3.5000 . 0.4921 12.5000 . 0.8465 21.5000
9/64 0.1406 3.5719 1/2 0.5000 12.7000 55/64 0.8594 21.8281
5/32 0.1563 3.9688 . 0.5118 13.0000 . 0.8661 22.0000
. 0.1575 4.0000 33/64 0.5156 13.0969 7/8 0.8750 22.2250
11/64 0.1719 4.3656 17/32 0.5313 13.4938 . 0.8858 22.5000
. 0.1772 4.5000 . 0.5315 13.5000 57/64 0.8906 22.6219
3/16 0.1875 4.7625 35/64 0.5469 13.8906 . 0.9055 23.0000

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Fractions / Decimal / MM Conversions

FRACTION / DECIMAL / MM CONVERSIONS


Inches Metric Inches Metric Inches Metric
Fractional Decimal mm Fractional Decimal mm Fractional Decimal mm
29/32 0.9063 23.0188 . 1.8898 48.0000 . 3.3071 84.0000
59/64 0.9219 23.4156 . 1.9291 49.0000 . 3.3465 85.0000
. 0.9252 23.5000 . 1.9685 50.0000 . 3.3858 86.0000
15/16 0.9375 23.8125 2 2.0000 50.8000 . 3.4252 87.0000
. 0.9449 24.0000 . 2.0079 51.0000 . 3.4646 88.0000
61/64 0.9531 24.2094 . 2.0472 52.0000 3 1/2 3.5000 88.9000
. 0.9646 24.5000 . 2.0866 53.0000 . 3.5039 89.0000
31/32 0.9688 24.6063 . 2.1260 54.0000 . 3.5433 90.0000
. 0.9843 25.0000 . 2.1654 55.0000 . 3.5827 91.0000
63/64 0.9844 25.0031 . 2.2047 56.0000 . 3.6220 92.0000
1 1.0000 25.4000 . 2.2441 57.0000 . 3.6614 93.0000
. 1.0039 25.5000 2 1/4 2.2500 57.1500 . 3.7008 94.0000
. 1.0236 26.0000 . 2.2835 58.0000 . 3.7402 95.0000
. 1.0433 26.5000 . 2.3228 59.0000 . 3.7795 96.0000
. 1.0630 27.0000 . 2.3622 60.0000 . 3.8189 97.0000
. 1.0827 27.5000 . 2.4016 61.0000 . 3.8583 98.0000
. 1.1024 28.0000 . 2.4409 62.0000 . 3.8976 99.0000
. 1.1220 28.5000 . 2.4803 63.0000 . 3.9370 100.0000
. 1.1417 29.0000 2 1/2 2.5000 63.5000 4 4.0000 101.6000
. 1.1614 29.5000 . 2.5197 64.0000 . 4.3307 110.0000
. 1.1811 30.0000 . 2.5591 65.0000 4 1/2 4.5000 114.3000
. 1.2205 31.0000 . 2.5984 66.0000 . 4.7244 120.0000
1 1/4 1.2500 31.7500 . 2.6378 67.0000 5 5.0000 127.0000
. 1.2598 32.0000 . 2.6772 68.0000 . 5.1181 130.0000
. 1.2992 33.0000 . 2.7165 69.0000 . 5.5118 140.0000
. 1.3386 34.0000 2 3/4 2.7500 69.8500 . 5.9055 150.0000
. 1.3780 35.0000 . 2.7559 70.0000 6 6.0000 152.4000
. 1.4173 36.0000 . 2.7953 71.0000 . 6.2992 160.0000
. 1.4567 37.0000 . 2.8346 72.0000 . 6.6929 170.0000
. 1.4961 38.0000 . 2.8740 73.0000 . 7.0866 180.0000
1 1/2 1.5000 38.1000 . 2.9134 74.0000 . 7.4803 190.0000
. 1.5354 39.0000 . 2.9528 75.0000 . 7.8740 200.0000
. 1.5748 40.0000 . 2.9921 76.0000 8 8.0000 203.2000
. 1.6142 41.0000 3 3.0000 76.2000 . 9.8425 250.0000
. 1.6535 42.0000 . 3.0315 77.0000 10 10.0000 254.0000
. 1.6929 43.0000 . 3.0709 78.0000 20 20.0000 508.0000
. 1.7323 44.0000 . 3.1102 79.0000 30 30.0000 762.0000
1 3/4 1.7500 44.4500 . 3.1496 80.0000 40 40.0000 1016.0000
. 1.7717 45.0000 . 3.1890 81.0000 60 60.0000 1524.0000
. 1.8110 46.0000 . 3.2283 82.0000 80 80.0000 2032.0000
. 1.8504 47.0000 . 3.2677 83.0000 100 100.0000 2540.0000

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Unit Conversions

WEIGHT:
1 kg = 2.205 lbm
1 in3 of water (60°F) = 0.073551 in3 of mercury (32°F)
1 in3 of mercury (32°F) = 13.596 in3 of water (60°F)
1 in3 of mercury (32°F) = 0.1905 lbm

DENSITY:
1 lbm / in3 = 27.68 gram / cm3
1 gr / cm3 = 0.03613 lbm / in3
1 lbm / ft3 = 16.0184 kg / in3
1 kg / m3 = 0.06243 lbm / ft3

VELOCITY:
1 ft / sec = 0.3048 m / sec
1 m / sec = 3.2808 ft / sec

VOLUME:
1 gallon = 0.134 ft3
1 gallon = 231 in3
1 ft3 = 7.481 gal
1 ft3 = 1728 in3
1 lbm of water = 27.7 in3
1 lbm of water = 0.016 ft3

TEMPERATURE:
1.8 x °C + 32°= °F
0.556 (°F - 32°) = °C

LENGTH:
1 in = 25.4 mm
1 in = 2.54 cm
1 mm = 0.03937 in
1 mm = 0.00328 ft
1 micron = 0.000001 meter
1 ft = 304.8 mm
1 ft = 30.48 cm

AREA:
1 in2 = 6.452 cm2
1 cm2 = 0.155 in2
1 cm2 = 0.00108 ft2
1 ft2 = 929.03 cm2

FORCE:
1 lbf = 4.448 N
1 lbf = 0.454 kgf

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Equivalents of Pressure and Head

Pressure or in. water ft. water in. mercury


lb/in² lb/ft²
Head (60°F) (60°F) (60°F)

lb/in² 1 144 27.707 2.3039 2.03601


lb/ft² 0.0069445 1 0.19241 0.01603 0.014139
in. water* 0.36092 5.1972 1 0.08333 0.073483
ft. water* 0.433103 62.3668 12 1 0.8818
in. mercury** 0.491157 70.7266 13.608 1.134 1

*Water at 60°F **Mercury at 32°F

To convert from one set of units to another, locate the given unit in the left hand
column and multiply the numerical value by the factor shown horizontally to the
right under the set of units desired.

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Appendix 1

Maverick Applied Science, Inc.

MAS Painting Specification


MAS09900-6.

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MAS Painting Specification

1.0 GENERAL

1.1. Scope
1.1.1. This specification covers the general requirements for cleaning, surface
preparation and painting of steel structures and equipment.
1.2. References
1.2.1. Coatings and their application shall comply with the latest revision of the
following referenced publications unless otherwise specified.
SSPC Steel Structures Painting Council
1.3. Painting Requirements
1.3.1. All coating materials shall be the product of a single manufacturer. Not
substitutions or additives from different manufacturers are allowed without
approval by the Owner.
1.3.2. If pipe support rubber lining if installed, remove and re-apply after painting is
completed.
1.3.3. Remove all fasteners and other threaded hardware prior to blasting and painting.
1.3.4. Protect all non-metallic surfaces such as PTFE slide bearings during blasting and
painting operations.
1.3.5. Galvanized surfaces shall be prepared with Carboline Rust Bond and painted
with the appropriate paint system requirements.
2.0 PAINT MATERIALS

2.1. Paint System Selection

2.1.1. This section is applicable to the painting of non-insulated surfaces for steel
fabricated equipment.

2.1.2. The following paint systems service and usage are described as follows:

Paint
Service Usage
System

Severe corrosive Material located in a highly acidic environments and


Type 1
service exposed to splashes, spills and outdoor conditions

Moderate corrosive Material located in a mild to moderate acidic


Type 2
service environments and exposed to outdoor conditions

Mild to non- corrosive Material located in a mild to non-corrosive


Type 3
service environments and not exposed to outdoor conditions

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MAS Painting Specification
3.0 PAINTING SPECIFICATION

3.1. Paint
3.1.1. Paint systems consist of the following primer and finish paints:

Paint System Type 1 Type 2 Type 3


Carboline
Carboline
Carbomastic Not Required
Primer Carboguard 888
615HS
Carboline Carboline Caroline
Finish
Carboguard 890 Carboguard 890 Carboguard 890

3.1.2. Colors shall be determined by Owner.

4.0 EXECUTION

4.1. Cleaning of Surfaces


4.1.1. Prior to blasting, all surfaces shall be thoroughly cleaned of oil, grease and other
contaminates by solvent washer per SSPC-SP 1.
4.1.2. Weld splatter and mill scale shall be removed by mechanical means in
accordance with SSPC-SP2, Hand Tool Cleaning or SP3, Power tool cleaning.
4.1.3. Metal surfaces shall be abrasive cleaned in accordance with the SSPC-SP6,
Commercial Blast Cleaning.
4.2. Surface Conditions Prior to Painting
4.2.1. Surfaces after blasting shall be cleaned by vacuum or blown off with compressed
air that is free of oil and water. All surfaces must be cleaned and dried.
4.2.2. Surface temperature must not be 5ºF (2ºC) colder than ambient temperature.
Surface temperature must be at least 40ºF minimum to 110ºF maximum when
relative humidity is above 85% or when the surface or air temperature is within
5ºF of the dew point.
4.2.3. For sandblasted surfaces, the anchoring pattern must be 1.5 to 3 mils deep.
4.3. Mixing and Thinning
4.3.1. All paints shall be thoroughly mixed prior to use (preferably with a mechanical
mixer) in accordance with the paint manufacturer’s instructions.
4.3.2. Paint shall be diluted only with products recommended by the paint manufacturer
and in accordance with the paint manufacturer’s instructions.
4.3.3. All additional ingredients shall be mixed in accordance with the paint
manufacturer’s mixing proportions and instructions.
4.4. Painting Application
4.4.1. Conform to SSPC-PA1 standards (shop, site and maintenance painting) and to
painting manufacturer recommendations. Prime surfaces immediately after
cleaning to avoid rust formation.
4.4.2. The primer shall be fully cured prior to the application of the finish coat.

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MAS Painting Specification
4.5. Paint Thickness
4.5.1. Dry film thickness (DFT) must be as follows:

Paint System Type 1 Type 2 Type 3


Primer 1.5 to 2.0 mils 1.5 to 2.0 mils N/A

Finish 2.0 to 2.5 mils 2.0 to 2.5 mils 2.0 to 2.5 mils

4.6. Inspection
4.6.1. Supplier shall provide an inspection report for each painting operation. This
report shall include:
4.6.1.1. Wet film thickness measurements per coat
4.6.1.2. Dry film measurements per coat in accordance with SSPC PA2,
Method for Determining Dry Film Thickness of a dry film using
magnetic gauge
4.6.2. Supplier shall submit inspection reports prior to shipping equipment.
5.0 FIELD TOUCH UP FOR SHOP APPLIED COATING SYSTEM

5.1. Where only finish coat damage has occurred; power tool clean and feather edges and
recoat using the specified finish coating material.
5.2. Where coating is damaged with bare metal exposed; power tool clean and feather edge
each coating layer and recoat using the specified finish starting with primer and then
finish coat.

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