The difference between seismic support and traditional support

The difference between impact resistant brackets and traditional brackets

One is the different functions.

Conventional supports mainly use a gravity loaded support system, while seismic supports mainly bear the horizontal load of the pipeline.

The second is that the materials are different.

Conventional brackets are prone to rusting and generally require maintenance paint after two to three years; The surface of the seismic support is galvanized, which has good corrosion resistance and less maintenance in the later stage.

The third is different design principles.

During earthquakes, traditional brackets swing too much laterally, which can easily damage adjacent facilities, causing damage to the building's mechanical and electrical engineering systems, and increasing the difficulty of later maintenance; The seismic support adopts the principle of triangular stability, which comprehensively carries the longitudinal and transverse forces during earthquakes, changes the dynamic characteristics of the pipeline system, and transforms from flexibility to stiffness. This not only makes equipment and pipelines more sturdy, but also reduces secondary disasters caused by earthquakes.

Application of impact resistant brackets

City/commercial residential application.

Business applications, real estate construction applications, large-scale supermarket applications, high-end hotel applications, bank data center applications, bridge applications.

The second is transportation applications.

Air, subway, railway, and other means of transportation.

The fourth is energy utilization.

Applied in the petroleum/chemical industry, offshore oil platforms, hydropower industry, sewage treatment plants, nuclear/thermal power, coal mining industry, substations, and solar power generation industry.

Special/specialized applications.

The application of elevated ground, electrical instruments, steel structures, embedded structures, and grid structures.