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About Anvil

The company's catalogue includes pipe supports, pipe fittings, couplings, valves, seismic braces, pipe hangers & supports, fabrication equipment, sprinkle piping and struts. The brand's C-clamps fasten to the flanged edge of a structural beam. They give an offset from the beam when space is required between the threaded rod and the beam. These Anvil clamps are available in plain and galvanised finish variants and are suitable for both indoor & outdoor settings. Anvil pipe supports suspend pipes from double or single rods that can move horizontally or longitudinally due to contraction or expansion. They are suitable for heating, plumbing and electrical applications. They cradle or support a pipe, transferring the weight of the pipe to a supporting base. Furthermore, these Anvil pipe supports are available in carbon steel and cast iron construction variants for increased durability and compression strength, respectively. Anvil pipe fittings like street elbows provide a 45-degree turn in pipe and conduits. They can handle temperatures as low as -65 degrees F and as high as 250 degrees F. These fittings are galvanised for corrosion resistance.

Major Trade Names

XLT Extreme Low-Temperature Pipe Supports

These supports are ideal for cryogenic and cold temperature piping applications. They feature multilayered insulation having a ship lapped design that consists of offset longitudinal & stepped radial ...Read more 

Strut Shields

Owing to expansion, they allow pipe movement within the support and minimise problems like displacement, rotation & thermal insulation damage. These shields accommodate the mobility of the pipe within...Read more 

Anvil Competitive Advantages

Lok-Shield Insulation Protection Shields

They are made of 18 gauge galvanised steel for structural rigidity and attached to pipe hangers without pre-fabrication or tack welding processes. These units can be easily locked with bent tabs which are wrapped around the side of the clevis hanger. As a result, they hold the insulation shield tightly in place during installation.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where are Anvil products manufactured?

Anvil has its headquarters in Exeter, ew Hampshire, where it manufactures plumbing, piping and HVAC products.

How do you measure insulation thickness?

The thickness can be measured by multiplying the ratio of the insulation material conductivity to the surface coefficient.

How are pipe clamps measured?

  • Install the hose on the pipe or fitting, which expands the hose.
  • Measure the outside diameter (O.D.) of the hose.
  • Select a clamp which can accommodate that diameter in about the middle of its clamping range.

How does pipe saddle work?

Anvil pipe saddles distribute the pipe's load caused by pressure, weight, temperature and other events to a supporting foundation.

How do I choose the right Anvil pipe fitting for my application?

To choose the right Anvil pipe fitting, consider factors like the type of fluid being transported, the operating pressure and temperature, pipe size and material compatibility.

What is the difference between Anvil socket weld and a threaded pipe fitting?

Socket weld fittings are welded to the pipe using a socket and are used for higher-pressure applications. Threaded fittings, on the other hand, have threads that allow them to be screwed onto the pipe without welding and are suitable for lower-pressure systems.