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RBK

The “RBK” is a rigid seismic bracing system for suspended applications, but can also be sold individually in bulk shipments. The system is shipped as a kit that incorporates retrofit-style anchor brackets and rod stiffener clamps. Included with the “RBK” is engineering support in the following areas: seismic force and anchorage calculations; seismic restraint layout for utilities; Professional Engineering certification; project management assistance; jobsite support and coordination.

 

  • Common Uses: restraining suspended equipment; piping; ductwork; electrical cable trays.

CBK

The “CBK” is a seismic cable bracing system for suspended applications, but can also be sold individually in bulk shipments. The system is shipped as a kit that incorporates 7×19 galvanized aircraft cable, retrofit-style anchor brackets, cable clamps, and rod stiffener clamps. Included with the “CBK” is engineering support in the following areas: seismic force and anchorage calculations; seismic restraint layout for utilities; Professional Engineering certification; project management assistance; jobsite support and coordination.

 

  • Common Uses: restraining suspended equipment; piping; ductwork; electrical cable trays.

SR 3500

The “SR 3500″ is a seismic restraint (snubber) that is constructed of steel plates, concentric steel pipes, and a structural member in a two-part, welded assembly. Its construction maintains a minimum 1/4” air gap between rigid and resilient surfaces and all contact surfaces are cushioned with a 1/4″ (minimum) thick rubber pad. This restraint is typically arranged in opposing pairs on our structural steel bases (RMSB) or inertia base frames (RMSBI). OSHPD Pre-approval #OPA-0029.

SR 3200

The “SR 3200″ is an all-directional seismic restraint (snubber) constructed of interlocking structural steel parts and hardware. Its construction maintains a 1/4” [minimum] air gap between rigid and resilient surfaces and all contact surfaces are cushioned with (minimum) 1/4″ thick rubber pad or molded bushings. This restraint is typically arranged in opposing pairs on our structural steel bases (RMSB) or inertia base frames (RMSBI). OSHPD Pre-approval #OPA-0437.

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SEISMIC RESTRAINTS

SUSPENDED

FLOOR-MOUNTED