Clevis Hanger suspends mechanical piping systems.

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Available in 6 carbon steel models, Figure 1U Ultra Clevis Hanager features snap-open/snap-close design and accommodates pipe sizes ranging from ½-4 in. Clevis bottom locks in place to prevent swinging while it supports pipe's weight when hanger is in open position. Flared edges facilitate installation for all pipe types and protect CPVC pipe from abrasion.



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TOLCO Introduces The "Ultra" Clevis Hanger



CORONA, Calif. -- (July 7, 2008) - TOLCO introduces the "Ultra" clevis hanger for use in the suspension of mechanical piping systems. TOLCO's Figure 1U features a snap-open and snap-close design making it faster and easier to install piping than conventional hangers.

The specially designed clevis bottom serves two purposes: It locks in place to prevent swinging while it supports the pipe's weight while the hanger is in the open position. The design includes flared edges to ease installation for all pipe types and to protect CPVC pipe from abrasion. In addition, the strong light-weight construction will provide a less costly option than standard heavier clevis hangers.

The Figure 1U is constructed of carbon steel and conforms to Manufacturers Standardization Society SP-58, Type 1. It is available in 6 models to accommodate pipe sizes ranging from ½" through 4". These include:

Size ½" through 1"

Size 1 ¼" through 2"

Size 2 ½"

Size 3"

Size 3 ½"

Size 4"

TOLCO, acquired by NIBCO INC. in 2002, manufactures a complete line of pipe hangers, fabricated pipe supports, seismic bracing, channels and accessories for fire protection, commercial and industrial applications. For over 40 years, TOLCO has been known for its innovative and patented product designs; especially in seismic bracing. For more information, contact TOLCO's Customer Service Department at 1-800-786-5266. Additional product information and literature are available for download at www.tolco.com .

Founded in 1904, NIBCO INC. is a worldwide provider of flow control solutions to the residential and commercial construction, industrial, fire protection and irrigation markets. NIBCO's World Headquarters is located in Elkhart, Ind., and has 12 manufacturing plants located throughout the United States, Mexico and Poland. Visit www.nibco.com for information on NIBCO's complete line of products.

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