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FIG AF075 AF075 Sway Brace Swivel Attachment

Af075
Description

Size Range: Brace Pipe: 1" through 2" Sch. 40; Anchor Size: 1/2"

Material: Ductile Iron Cast Hoop End with Carbon Steel Baseplate and Hardware

Finish: Plain or Electro-Galvanized per ASTM B633

Service: A seismic swivel attachment designed to connect brace pipe to the building structure or to a seismic structural attachment. The Sway Brace Swivel Attachment rigidly braces piping systems subjected to horizontal seismic loads.

Approvals: cULus Listed (UL 203a) and FM Approved (FM 1950-10 & FM 1950-13). Complies with the hanging and bracing requirements listed in NFPA 13.

Features:

  • Large installation hole in the cast hoop end allows the brace pipe to pass through easily without interference.
  • Field adjustable design requires no threading of the brace pipe
  • The set screw design provides a visual indication that the desired torque value has been achieved

Installation Instructions:

  • Insert anchor through the mounting hole and into the structure or seismic structural attachment.
  • For connection to Fig. AF085, AF086, AF087, and AF779 seismic structural attachments, the bolt and nuts shall be installed wrench tight (typically finger tight plus 1/4 to 1/2 turns).
  • For connection to concrete, wood, timber, steel, and other structures, install fasteners per the fastener manufacturer’s installation instructions.
  • Insert Sch. 40 brace pipe into the cast hoop end. The brace pipe should extend a minimum of 0.50" past the back of the cast hoop end.
  • Torque set screw until the head bottoms out on the cast hoop end.
  • Check the cross bolt and nut and ensure the nut is wrench tight.
  • Fire Protection applications shall also be installed per the requirements of NFPA 13 and local codes.

Ordering: Specify brace pipe, figure number, finish and description.

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