Kinetics’ minimum recommendation for the placement of spring hangers is that they be installed on all piping in the equipment room and on the first 50′ (15 m) for piping that extends outside of the equipment room. For typical installations, the three spring hangers closest to the equipment should have equal deflection to the equipment isolators. The remaining spring hangers should have a minimum deflection of 1″ (25 mm). In noise sensitive areas, the pipe hangers selected should have the same deflection as that specified for the equipment isolation and all piping in the building should be isolated.
High sound transmission loss ceiling systems can be isolated by the use of SRH hangers in the ceiling suspension system.
Standard SRH hangers are shipped fully assembled and ready for installation in threaded metal rod suspension systems.
Kinetics SRH hangers are available in a wide range of load and static deflection selections and can be provided with labor-saving accessories for adaption to wire or strap suspension systems, and spring may be preloaded for ease in erecting piping at a fixed elevation.