To secure piping.


Secure ALL pipes that are used for fire protection systems.

When anchoring to post-tensioned slab, locate and avoid reinforcing.


Install pipe brackets as indicated in the following figures:

Supplies Required

  • Angle—2″ x 2″ x 1/8″
  • Lag bolts—1/4″ diameter x 3″ (for wood)
  • Expansion bolts—3/8″ diameter (for concrete)
  • U-bolts—1/4″ diameter (for concrete)
  • Flexible connections to equipment


  1. Install angle braces (cope as required) with lag bolts into wood joists.
    expansion bolts to concrete.
  2. Attach each angle brace to the pipe with a U-bolt.
  3. Locate at 90x turns in pipe where the pipe is continuous.
  4. Place bracing brackets at 16′ on center along unbraced runs of straight pipe.
  5. Add flexible connections.


  • Brace fuel, oil, gas, or compressed air pipes that are greater than 1″ in diameter.
  • Do not use pipes to support other pipes.
  • Wall openings for the pipe sleeves must be at least 2″ larger than the pipe in fire-resistant systems. Consult a building official for the proper fill material in the wall gap.

Pipe Bracket
Source: Noson, Perbix, SSD

Typical Piping
Source: Noson, Perbix, SSD