Constant Effort Supports (Combined-Type)

-2010CH Constant Effort Supports



There will be a larger displacement due to thermal expansion during the pipework or equipment operating. Constant spring supports can adopt relevant displacement and retain constant loading where the pipe or equipment takes place displacement, then the additional force to pipe in work position will be avoided protecting the overall system’s safe operation.

Constant spring supports may be mainly used in where adopting vertical movement of pipe is require, moreover, when the pipe or equipment take place vertical movement, meanwhile the horizontal movement occurs. Type 2010CH constant spring supports can be applied to the situation above. Allowable deflection between hanger rod and vertical line should be ±4 degrees due to the arc shape which the load carrying nut connected to hanger rod in bottom of constant supports is designed to; the PTFE sliding plate can be placed on the top of constant supports, enabling the pipe shoes to slide on the PTFE plate freely and ensuring the free movement on the horizontal direction of pipe or equipment.


Several advantages of type 2010CH constant spring supports:

1. Large range of load capacity(0.618KN~422KN);Large range of movement(0~600mm)

2. Symmetry of construction, root connection point in the same axial line with load point, no load change due to the radial offset of load point

3. Compact, smaller overall volume, avoided to be unable to install resulted from little installation space.

4. Only one root connection point in the same axial line with  load point, very convenient to install

5. Light weight, cost saving for users.

6. Large range of load adjustment(adjust between 0.8-1.6 times load rating), convenient for readjusting load due to various reasons after installation

7. Advanced locate mode, be able to locate in any place within the range of displacement, convenient of adjusting on site

8. Multiple installation method, be able to achieve optimal application under the various environments.

In accordance with GB/T 17116.1-1997 & MSS-SP 58