pipe strap

pipe strap

A thin metal strip used to hang pipe.
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Strap it to the wall or ceiling flaming with plastic or metal pipe strap to keep it rigid and hold it together for the long run (Photo 12).
Use pipe strap and an eye bolt around the hose and another eye bolt near the bottom of the vacuum, Use spring clips to attach the chain to the eye bolts.
Drill pilot holes for the pipe strap screws, attach the strap (Photo 3), then loosen it and remove the support pipe.
The lengths of your growing beds will ultimately determine how many emitters, pipe straps, and feet of hose you'll need for each bed.
Depending on how much time and expense you want to put into it, this can be as simple as a length of garden hose connected to a fence with pipe straps (photo above), or an underground pipe complete with a vacuum breaker at the house.
This can be done in any attic you can get up into simply by running a manifold of half-inch piping fastened with copper pipe straps onto the bottom of the rafters or if a trussed roofing system lay the pipe manifold between the chords of the truss--the more pipe sections you have in your manifold the more you heat the water.
Using metal pipe straps, he fastened sections of 2-inch-by-4-inch wire fence to the outside of the boat.
The frame takes five 3-foot dowels and four 4-footers; seven L-couplings, four T-couplings, and two end caps; and two pipe straps in 1-inch heavy copper (be sure they fit snugly on dowels).
That movement eventually loosens the nails at some pipe straps. The pipes then rub against the floor joists, making that annoying creaking sound.
For stability, the 4-by-4s should be sunk 2 feet into concrete-filled holes.) For watering the plants, 1/2-inch PVC pipe (fastened by pipe straps to the edge of the outside 4-by-4) extends from the main irrigation line.
To hold the ties together, pressure-treated 2-by-4s, spaced 30 inches apart and driven at least 12 inches below the bottom row, were nailed into each row (if soil in your area is too hard, substitute lengths of 1/2-inch steel reinforcing rod or steel pipe and use pipe straps to connect to the ties).