Model PE Casing Spacers

High density, injection molded virgin polyethylene casing isolators/spacers designed primarily for smaller diameter steel or polyethylene carrier pipes

Model PE casing spacers/isolators combine excellent safety and performance with durability and easy installation to deliver a high quality solution for a range of small-diameter piping applications. PE Isolators should not be used on concrete carrier pipe. The outer surface may include any one of several molded runners to accommodate 2" (50.8 mm) x 4" (101.6 mm) or larger carrier/casing differentials.

Features and Benefits

  • Excellent insulation, high abrasion resistance and low coefficient of friction
  • One-piece solid molded segments provide for maximum load bearing
  • 5” wide (127mm) band for maximum hoop strength around carrier pipe
  • Ribbed inner surface prevents slippage and guards against coating damage
  • Molded from virgin polyethylene material
  • Lightweight for easy handling and installation
  • Hardware includes cadmium plated steel studs, nuts and washers
  • Screwdriver is only tool needed for installation
  • Eliminates the need for blown sand or pea gravel
  • PE casing spacers are available to accommodate a variety of pipe diameters and available for quick delivery.

Specifications

  • For carrier pipe diameters (Nominal Steel & IPS) ranging from ¾” (19.1mm) to 48” (121.9cm).
  • Spacing recommendation: Max 8’ (243.8cm) between spacers, Max 2’ (61.0cm) from casing pipe end.
  • Recommended end seals: Model S, C, W, FW and R.

Applications

A lightweight casing spacer system designed to ease carrier pipe insertion with quick installation to last the life of the piping system.

Additional Information

  • High-temperature model available (up to 12" [305 mm]) for service temperatures up to 280°F (138°C). See Model HT for details.
  • We do not recommend that they be used on any carrier pipe over 24in (61.0 cm) diameter on installations over 400 feet (121.9 m) long without consulting with GPT.

Model PE Casing Spacers

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