Globe Pipe Hanger Products Adds to Line

Press Release
Friday, February 08, 2013

Globe Pipe Hanger Products Inc. adds stainless steel line to their pipe support, clamps & hanger products.

Products from the best selling SilverHawk and MaxMechanical lines are now available for structural needs in any corrosive environment, while still providing the strength and durability that Globe products are known for.

“The stainless steel extension of our Globe, MaxMechanical and SilverHawk pipe support products has another benefit,” said Dan Collins, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Globe Pipe Hanger Products, Inc. “In addition to their strength, durability and ease of installation, we have an option that now stands up to pipe support needs in corrosive environments. We’re pleased to broaden our market and serve industries that have hangers and clamps exposed to moisture, chemicals or solvents.”

Globe’s stainless steel line of products withstand coastal conditions, wet locations and humid environments. They meet structural support needs for several industries, such as: food and beverage production, automotive and aerospace, marine and coastal facilities, health care institutions, water treatment plants and structures, chemical and electrical plants, and pharmaceutical and industrial production.

The products’ corrosion free material prolongs the need for maintenance, creating long term savings. They also retain their appearance, preserving the aesthetics of the installation.

As extensions of the top performing Globe, SilverHawk and MaxMechanical line, the stainless steel supports are fire and heat resistant. The innovative design allows for quick and easy installation, while still meeting specific load requirements. Products are made in the USA and available in several pipe or rod sizes.

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