Casing Spacers, End Seals & Wrap-It Links


Casing Spacers

CCI Model CSS12 shall be constructed of circular 14-gauge T-304 stainless steel bands (12.0 in. wide), which bolt together forming a shell around the carrier pipe. The casing spacer shall be lined with a ribbed EPDM extrusion with a retaining section that overlaps the edges of the shell and prevents slippage. The casing spacer shall be designed with Glass Filled Polymer risers and beveled runners to support the carrier pipe within the casing and maintain a minimum clearance of 1.0 in. between the casing ID and the carrier pipe OD.

CCI Model CSS8 shall be constructed of circular 14-gauge T-304 stainless steel bands (8.0 in. wide), which bolt together forming a shell around the carrier pipe. The casing spacer shall be lined with a ribbed EPDM extrusion with a retaining section that overlaps the edges of the shell and prevents slippage. The casing spacer shall be designed with Glass Filled Polymer risers and beveled runners to support the carrier pipe within the casing and maintain a minimum clearance of 1.0 in. between the casing ID and the carrier pipe OD. 

CCI Model CSC12 shall be constructed of circular carbon steel bands (12.0 in wide), which bolt together forming a shell around the carrier pipe. The casing spacer shall be lined with a ribbed EPDM extrusion with a retaining section that overlaps the edges of the shell and prevents slippage. The casing spacer shall be designed with Glass Filled Polymer risers and beveled runners to support the carrier pipe within the casing and maintain a minimum clearance of 1.0 in. between the casing ID and the carrier pipe OD. 

CCI Model CSC8 shall be constructed of circular carbon steel bands (8.0 in wide), which bolt together forming a shell around the carrier pipe. The casing spacer shall be lined with a ribbed EPDM extrusion with a retaining section that overlaps the edges of the shell and prevents slippage. The casing spacer shall be designed with Glass Filled Polymer risers and beveled runners to support the carrier pipe within the casing and maintain a minimum clearance of 1.0 in. between the casing ID and the carrier pipe OD. 

CCI Model CSP Polyethylene Casing Spacers exhibit low friction, high abrasion resistance allows the carrier pipe to slide easily and free of damage into the casing pipe. The low moisture absorption and high insulating value of polyethylene electrically insulates the carrier pipe and protects it from electrical current induced corrosion. 

End Seals

Model ESW Wrap-Around Neoprene Rubber End Seals are designed for field installations where the carrier pipe has been installed in a casing. Installation involves simply wrapping the seal around the carrier pipe and casing; then compressing the adhesive strips together for a seal.  Installation is completed when the stainless steel banding is installed and tightening.

ESW End Seals

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Wrap-It Links form a mechanical rubber seal between pipes going through walls, floors, vaults, tanks and pipeline crossings. Wrap-It links make a watertight seal and fire stop seal if UL seals are used. It can also seal the gap between an inner pipe and an outer pipe sleeve or pipeline casing. It seals the gap between electrical conduits and the outer conduits or between electrical conduits and the wall hole it passes through.

Wrap-It Links are designed to make a hydro-static seal of up to 20 psig and up to 40 feet of head. The Wrap-It Links, in addition to its sealing properties, helps absorb vibrations, shock and sound waves. It also insulates the inner pipe from all other outer structures, including outer pipe sleeves, pipeline crossings, walls and tanks.

It is also ideal for filling gaps in interior walls and floors, keeping unwanted noise and fumes from invading office space. It has the added benefit of diminishing annoying liquid and turbulence noise.