beam clip

beam clip

[′bēm ‚klip]
(engineering)
A device for attaching a pipe hanger to its associated structural beam when it is undesirable to weld the pipe hanger to supporting structural steelwork. Also known as girder clamp; girder clip.
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Features like slip-on Teflon bearings and beam clips eliminate field welding for ease of installation.
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Innovative features like the slip-on Teflon bearings, beam clips, and Hilti powder-actuated fasteners, establish smart new standards and create a simpler installation process.