on mounting parts for attaching suspended pipelines
Plastic pipes for carrying liquids and gases around industrial buildings are often suspended under the ceiling structure, preferably with more than one pipe suspended from one fixing point. Trial and error is normally employed to find the ideal position for these fixing points, based on the diameter, length and shape of the pipes, temperature effects and the density of the fluid they are carrying. In this process, load cells can be used to record the various load conditions, which can be analyzed and included in the installation diagram. The load cells are equipped with burster TEDS and hence can be read repeatedly and successively by the portable indicator with ease.