An expert is someone who knows some of the worst mistakes that can be made in his field, and how to avoid them.
Werner Heisenberg. theoretical physicist
Just as technology for fiberglass reinforced plastic piping has advanced over the years, so has the technology for pipe supports. In fact, due to improvements in system engineering and support design, many premature systems failures have been virtually eliminated.
With over a century of combined support design behind them, Maverick engineers are experts in designing FRP piping supports. Our designs are based on practical, efficient concepts for ease of installation and reliable service. We model our supports in 3D using Solid Edge™ to assure proper fit, fabrication and installation accuracy.
Maverick pipe supports are designed and built in compliance with standard practice MSS SP-58, Pipe Hangers and Supports – Materials, Design and Manufacture. They ensure proper fit, functionality and safe operation of your FRP or thermoplastic piping system.
Even so, you will find our FRP supports are very competitively priced.
Order Maverick pipe supports in carbon steel, stainless steel, aluminum, alloys and fiberglass. Specify plain, painted or hot dipped galvanized finishes. You can see all our standard supports in our Catalog. We can also custom design supports for your particular project. Just give us a call to discuss your unique needs.
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Presented by Michael Krauss at the 2nd Annual Plant Engineer’s FRP Forum. Michael is the VP of Concrete Protection and Semi-Finished Products at AGRU America, and his presentation is on ECTFE Fluoropolymers in Dual Laminates.