Petroleum, petrochemical and natural gas industries - Bulk material for offshore projects - Pipe support (ISO 24200:2022)

This document specifies the requirements for design including shape and dimensions, material as well as strength for pipe support from NPS 2 up to NPS 36 except for U-bolt and U-strap. This document covers topside systems for fixed or floating offshore oil and gas projects. This document applies for design temperature of support within the range between –23 °C up to 200 °C. This document is limited to metallic pipes only.
This document covers such requirements for following pipe supports:
—   clamped shoe;
—   welded shoe;
—   U-bolt;
—   U-strap;
—   bracing for branch connection;
—   trunnion and stanchion;
—   guide support(guide, hold-down, guide/hold-down).
This document addresses design requirements of the listed items above, hence the document does not necessarily cover all other types of pipe supports.

Erdöl-, petrochemische und Erdgasindustrie - Schüttgut für Offshore-Projekte (ISO 24200:2022)

Industries pétrolière, pétrochimique et du gaz naturel - Matériels de base pour les projets en mer - Supports de tuyauterie (ISO 24200:2022)

Le présent document spécifie les exigences de conception, notamment la forme et les dimensions, les matériaux ainsi que la résistance des supports de tuyauterie. La plage de dimensions applicable des tuyauteries varie selon les types de supports. Le présent document couvre les systèmes des superstructures dans le cadre de projets de pétrole et de gaz fixes ou flottants en mer. Le présent document s'applique à une température de conception comprise entre –46 °C et 200 °C pour les supports.
Il se limite aux tuyauteries métalliques, couvrant les supports de tuyauterie suivants :
—    patin à collier ;
—    patin soudé ;
—    étrier ;
—    collier plat ;
—    raidisseur pour piquage ;
—    tourillon et chandelle ;
—    support de guide (guide, anti-soulèvement, guide et anti-soulèvement, butée axiale).

Petrokemična industrija ter industrija za predelavo nafte in zemeljskega plina - Razsuti material za priobalne projekte - Podpora za cevi (ISO 24200:2022)

Ta dokument določa zahteve za načrtovanje, vključno z obliko in merami, materialom in trdnostjo za podporo za cevi od NPS 2 do NPS 36, razen U-objemk in U-trakov. Ta dokument obravnava nadvodne sisteme za nepremične ali plavajoče naftne in plinske priobalne projekte. Ta dokument se uporablja za načrtovano temperaturo podpore v območju od –23 °C do 200 °C. Omejen je samo na kovinske cevi.
Ta dokument obravnava zahteve za naslednje podpore za cevi:
–   objemni nosilec;
–   varjeni nosilec;
–   U-objemka;
–   U-trak;
–   oporniki za priključitev razvodov;
–   valjasti in sidrni podpornik;
–   podporniki z vodili (bočno zadrževanje, navpično zadrževanje, bočno/navpično zadrževanje).
Ta dokument obravnava zahteve za načrtovanje zgoraj navedenih elementov, zato ne zajema nujno vseh ostalih tipov podpor za cevi.

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Public Enquiry End Date
31-Jul-2020
Publication Date
08-Jun-2022
Technical Committee
Current Stage
6060 - National Implementation/Publication (Adopted Project)
Start Date
01-Jun-2022
Due Date
06-Aug-2022
Completion Date
09-Jun-2022

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SLOVENSKI STANDARD
SIST EN ISO 24200:2022
01-julij-2022
Petrokemična industrija ter industrija za predelavo nafte in zemeljskega plina -
Razsuti material za priobalne projekte - Podpora za cevi (ISO 24200:2022)

Petroleum, petrochemical and natural gas industries - Bulk material for offshore projects

- Pipe support (ISO 24200:2022)

Erdöl-, petrochemische und Erdgasindustrie - Schüttgut für Offshore-Projekte (ISO

24200:2022)

Industries pétrolière, pétrochimique et du gaz naturel - Matériels de base pour les projets

en mer - Supports de tuyauterie (ISO 24200:2022)
Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z: EN ISO 24200:2022
ICS:
75.180.10 Oprema za raziskovanje, Exploratory, drilling and
vrtanje in odkopavanje extraction equipment
SIST EN ISO 24200:2022 en,fr,de

2003-01.Slovenski inštitut za standardizacijo. Razmnoževanje celote ali delov tega standarda ni dovoljeno.

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SIST EN ISO 24200:2022
EN ISO 24200
EUROPEAN STANDARD
NORME EUROPÉENNE
May 2022
EUROPÄISCHE NORM
ICS 75.180.10
English Version
Petroleum, petrochemical and natural gas industries - Bulk
material for offshore projects - Pipe support (ISO
24200:2022)

Industries pétrolière, pétrochimique et du gaz naturel - Erdöl-, petrochemische und Erdgasindustrie -

Matériels de base pour les projets en mer - Supports de Schüttgut für Offshore-Projekte (ISO 24200:2022)

tuyauterie (ISO 24200:2022)
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Contents Page

European foreword ....................................................................................................................................................... 3

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EN ISO 24200:2022 (E)
European foreword

This document (EN ISO 24200:2022) has been prepared by Technical Committee ISO/TC 67 "Materials,

equipment and offshore structures for petroleum, petrochemical and natural gas industries" in

collaboration with Technical Committee CEN/TC 12 “Materials, equipment and offshore structures for

petroleum, petrochemical and natural gas industries” the secretariat of which is held by NEN.

This European Standard shall be given the status of a national standard, either by publication of an

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Attention is drawn to the possibility that some of the elements of this document may be the subject of

patent rights. CEN shall not be held responsible for identifying any or all such patent rights.

Any feedback and questions on this document should be directed to the users’ national standards

body/national committee. A complete listing of these bodies can be found on the CEN website.

According to the CEN-CENELEC Internal Regulations, the national standards organizations of the

following countries are bound to implement this European Standard: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria,

Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland,

Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Republic of

North Macedonia, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey and the

United Kingdom.
Endorsement notice

The text of ISO 24200:2022 has been approved by CEN as EN ISO 24200:2022 without any modification.

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SIST EN ISO 24200:2022
INTERNATIONAL ISO
STANDARD 24200
First edition
2022-05
Petroleum, petrochemical and natural
gas industries — Bulk material for
offshore projects — Pipe support
Industries pétrolière, pétrochimique et du gaz naturel — Matériels de
base pour les projets en mer — Supports de tuyauterie
Reference number
ISO 24200:2022(E)
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Contents Page

Foreword ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................iv

Introduction .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................v

1 Scope ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 1

2 Normative references ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 1

3 Terms, definitions and abbreviated terms .............................................................................................................................. 1

3.1 Terms and definitions ...................................................................................................................................................................... 1

3.2 Abbreviated terms .............................................................................................................................................................................. 3

4 General ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 4

5 Support selection guideline ..................................................................................................................................................................... 4

6 Design and material requirements ..................................................................................................................................................5

6.1 Clamped shoe ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 5

6.1.1 Key parameters ................................................................................................................................................................... 5

6.1.2 Size/Dimension .................................................................................................................................................................... 5

6.1.3 Material....................................................................................................................................................................................... 7

6.1.4 Application ............................................................................................................................................................................... 7

6.2 Welded shoe .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 8

6.2.1 Key parameters ................................................................................................................................................................... 8

6.2.2 Size/Dimension .................................................................................................................................................................... 8

6.2.3 Material....................................................................................................................................................................................12

6.2.4 Application ............................................................................................................................................................................12

6.3 U-bolt ............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 13

6.3.1 Key parameters ................................................................................................................................................................13

6.3.2 Size/Dimension ................................................................................................................................................................. 13

6.3.3 Application ............................................................................................................................................................................15

6.4 U-strap ........................................................................................................................................................................................................ 15

6.4.1 Key parameters ................................................................................................................................................................15

6.4.2 Size/Dimension ................................................................................................................................................................. 16

6.4.3 Application ............................................................................................................................................................................ 18

6.5 Bracing for branch connection .............................................................................................................................................. 18

6.5.1 Key parameters ................................................................................................................................................................ 18

6.5.2 Size/Dimension ................................................................................................................................................................. 18

6.5.3 Application ............................................................................................................................................................................ 21

6.6 Trunnion and stanchion .............................................................................................................................................................. 21

6.6.1 Trunnion ................................................................................................................................................................................. 21

6.6.2 Stanchion ................................................................................................................................................................................ 25

6.7 Guide, hold-down, guide and hold-down and line-stop support .............................................................29

6.7.1 Guide .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 29

6.7.2 Guide and hold-down................................................................................................................................................... 31

6.7.3 Line-stop ................................................................................................................................................................................. 33

6.8 Guide, guide and hold-down and line-stop support – With hole ............................................................. 35

6.8.1 Guide .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 35

6.8.2 Hold-down .............................................................................................................................................................................38

6.8.3 Guide and hold-down................................................................................................................................................... 41

6.8.4 Line-stop ................................................................................................................................................................................. 45

Bibliography .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................49

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Foreword

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This document was prepared by Technical Committee ISO/TC 67, Materials, equipment and offshore

structures for petroleum, petrochemical and natural gas industries, in collaboration with the European

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Introduction

This document aims to provide a set of unified specifications for pipe supports for offshore projects,

responding to the current lack of recognized specifications for such pipe supports in terms of shape,

dimensions, material and application area.

Company specific standards from owners, engineering companies and shipbuilders have therefore

been prevailing for specifications related to pipe support types, shapes, sizes and dimensions. There

are big variations in specifications from project to project, because of lack of internationally recognized

specifications within this area.

Thus, individual pipe support items have often failed to be compatible across different projects. A

suggested solution is to apply one unified approach for design, material selection, shape and application,

etc. This will also significantly reduce engineering hours and lead times and improve the fabrication

efficiency. Other expected benefits are improved practice for design and application of pipe support

types related to design life, maintainability and integrity. The ultimate goal is to reduce the overall cost

in general offshore projects and lead time while increase the efficiency, interoperability and safety.

In the lack of common industrial specifications for pipe supports, an assessment has been conducted to

compare the pipe supports designs and application areas used in past offshore projects. Based on the

supports design examples of those projects, a set of unified specifications have been established, which

are described in this document.

The main factors considered to arrive at an optimal design of pipe supports are pipe load endurance,

weight and material cost. Those three factors have been considered when reviewing pipe supports

from past projects and ultimately defining the requirements described in this document.

The requirements including design and dimensions specified in this document are based on the use of

H-beam or plate that are commonly used as sections. When an unlisted material or section is used, the

designer is responsible for demonstrating the validity of the allowable stress and other limits used in

design.

This document can be used as a baseline for suppliers and engineering companies that do not already

have a more comprehensive and usable standard for both greenfield and brownfield projects.

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INTERNATIONAL STANDARD ISO 24200:2022(E)
Petroleum, petrochemical and natural gas industries —
Bulk material for offshore projects — Pipe support
1 Scope

This document specifies the requirements for design including shape and dimensions, material as

well as strength for pipe support. Applicable pipe size range varies depending on support types. This

document covers topside systems for fixed or floating offshore oil and gas projects. This document is

applicable to design temperature of support within the range between –46 °C up to 200 °C.

This document is limited to metallic pipes, covering the following pipe supports:

— clamped shoe;
— welded shoe;
— U-bolt;
— U-strap;
— bracing for branch connection;
— trunnion and stanchion;
— guide support (guide, hold-down, guide and hold-down, line stop).
2 Normative references

The following documents are referred to in the text in such a way that some or all of their content

constitutes requirements of this document. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For

undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any amendments) applies.

ASTM A193, Standard Specification for Alloy-Steel and Stainless Steel Bolting for High Temperature or High

Pressure Service and Other Special Purpose Applications

ASTM A194, Standard Specification for Carbon Steel, Alloy Steel, and Stainless Steel Nuts for Bolts for High

Pressure or High Temperature Service, or Both
3 Terms, definitions and abbreviated terms
3.1 Terms and definitions
For the purposes of this document, the following terms and definitions apply.

ISO and IEC maintain terminology databases for use in standardization at the following addresses:

— ISO Online browsing platform: available at https:// www .iso .org/ obp
— IEC Electropedia: available at https:// www .electropedia .org/
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3.1.1
allowable load
maximum load that each support can withstand under static load conditions

Note 1 to entry: For dynamic loads induced by occasional or extreme conditions, the maximum allowable load

can be increased by applying allowable increase factor in accordance with project specification or international

code.
3.1.2
bracing for branch connection

reinforcement used to avoid fatigue failure due to the vibration from the parent pipe

3.1.3
bracket
main ‘U’-shaped part of U-strap (3.1.20) that is in contact with the protection
3.1.4
grip type
type of U-bolt (3.1.19) without any allowances for the inside pipe to move
3.1.5
guide support
support used to restrict lateral movement of pipe
3.1.6
guide and hold-down
support used to restrict vertical and lateral movement of pipe
3.1.7
gusset

plates placed between pipe and base plate in lateral direction of pipe to resist any load transferred to

piping
3.1.8
hold-down
support used to restrict vertical movement of pipe
3.1.9
line-stop
support used to restrict axial movement of pipe
3.1.10
machine bolt
threaded bolt with a square or hexagonal head
3.1.11
non-grip type

type of U-bolt (3.1.19) that gives some allowance for the inside pipe to move vertically and laterally with

a maximum gap of 3 mm
3.1.12
pipe shoe

structure consisting of a saddle and integral base that is used to support the pipe by transmitting the

load or forces to the adjacent structure
Note 1 to entry: The pipe shoe can be divided into clamped shoe and welded shoe.
3.1.13
protection pad

pad to prevent damages caused from direct contact between pipe and structural support

Note 1 to entry: If anti-vibration function is required, it can be replaced by anti-vibration material.

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3.1.14
rib plate

plate placed between pipe and base plate in axial direction of pipe to resist any load transferred to

piping
3.1.15
slotted hole
extension of hole for bolts allowing lateral movement
3.1.16
stanchion
extended pipe resting on floor or structure vertically
3.1.17
strip

thin pad, typically made of non-water retaining material for clamp and anti-mechanical vibration for

U-strap (3.1.20), under the strap used to prevent fretting and other vibration between pipe and strap

3.1.18
trunnion
pipe extended hung on structure or spring
3.1.19
U-bolt

commonly used pipe support type in the shape of the letter “U” with screw threads on both ends

Note 1 to entry: The U-bolt can be divided into grip type (3.1.4) and non-grip type (3.1.11).

3.1.20
U-strap

commonly used pipe support designed to absorb mechanical vibration from piping by inserting anti-

mechanical vibration material
Note 1 to entry: The U-strap can be divided into type A and type B (see 5.4).
3.1.21
wear pad

protection plate or pipe fixture or structural attachment attached to pipe to enhance strength of pipe

wall and to prevent direct damages from welded attachment or high bearing load
3.1.22
weep hole

small opening, typically located at the bottom of the object, that allows water or gas to drain from

within an assembly and checks pipe leakage within an assembly
3.2 Abbreviated terms
AIV acoustic induced vibration
CRA corrosion resistant alloy
CS carbon steel
LTCS low temperature carbon steel
NPS nominal pipe size
PTFE polytetrafluoroethylene
UV ultra-violet
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4 General

The pipe supports described in this document are applicable to the pipes designed according to the

following:
— ASME B16.5 for pipe flanges and flanged fittings;
— ASME B16.9 for factory-made wrought butt welding fittings;
— ASME B16.10 for face-to-face and end-to-end dimensions of valves;
— ASME B16.19 for stainless steel pipe;
— ASME B16.47 for large diameter steel flanges;
— ASME B18.2.4 for metric bolt and nuts;
— ASME B31.3 for process piping;
— ASME B36.10M for welded and seamless wrought steel pipe.

Internationally recognized piping codes and standards are applicable for welding of pipe support

attachments (including wear pads, trunnions and pipe shoes) with the pipe.
5 Support selection guideline

This clause provides a guideline to select the appropriate type of support depending on different criteria.

The actual selection may be different from this guidance, depending on the client’s requirements,

project specification and pipe material.
Generally proper support should be selected depending on:
a) required movement restraint;
b) forces and loads at point of support;
c) pipe insulation;
d) structural limitations / restrictions.

Support can be generally selected from Table 1 depending on pipe size and insulation.

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Table 1 — Possible support selection
Pipe size Insulation Priority level Type
Pipe NPS 8 and below Insulated Priority Welded shoe
a a,b
Alternative Clamped shoe / U-bolt
a,b
/ U-strap
a,b a
Uninsulated Priority U-bolt / U-strap / Di-
rect resting on structure
Alternative Clamped shoe / Welded
shoe
Pipe NPS 10 and above Insulation Priority Welded shoe
Alternative Clamped shoe
Uninsulated Priority Welded shoe / Direct rest-
ing on structure
Alternative Clamped shoe
All support type should be verified not to exceed maximum allowable load.

The type directly resting on structure should include proper isolation between the pipe and the structure.

NOTE 1 Supporting method will be more specified as resting/hold down/guide/line stop as per pipe stress analysis.

NOTE 2 Trunnion type of support are same priority with welded shoe.

System operating temperature shall be within the temperature range of contacted coating material.

U-bolt can be selected only if partial absence of insulation on U-bolt section is allowed such as personal protection .

Welded shoe to be a priority when stopper is required.
6 Design and material requirements
6.1 Clamped shoe
6.1.1 Key parameters
The key parameters of the clamped shoe are:
— shape;
— dimension;
— material;
— application;
— allowable load.
6.1.2 Size/Dimension

Figure 1 shows the design specification of clamped shoe used for steel/non-ferrous NPS 2 to NPS 36.

Table 2 presents the dimensions, as also shown in Figure 1, including standard length and height of

clamped shoe for different pipe sizes.
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Dimensions in millimetres
a) Clamp detail (typical)
b) For pipe NPS 2
c) For pipe NPS 3 to NPS 36
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Key
1 clamp 5 bottom of pipe
2 nut Typical.
3 machine bolt Strip to be fabricated as 2 pieces with cut ring at this
corner.
4 3 mm thickness strip (non-water retaining and anti-
mechanical vibration material)

Height, H, shall be indicated on isometric drawing, if greater than 100 mm with a maximum of 175 mm.

All welds shall be 6 mm of welding leg continuous fillet, unless specified otherwise.

Clamp material should be in accordance with ASTM A36 or equivalent material (e.g. JIS SS400

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Petrokemična industrija ter industrija za predelavo nafte in zemeljskega plina -
Razsuti material za priobalne projekte - Podpora za cevi (ISO/DIS 24200:2020)

Petroleum, petrochemical and natural gas industries - Bulk material for offshore projects

- Pipe support (ISO/DIS 24200:2020)

Erdöl-, petrochemische und Erdgasindustrie - Schüttgut für Offshore-Projekte (ISO/DIS

24200:2020)
Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z: prEN ISO 24200
ICS:
75.180.10 Oprema za raziskovanje, Exploratory, drilling and
vrtanje in odkopavanje extraction equipment
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Contents Page

Foreword ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................iv

Introduction ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................v

1 Scope ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 1

2 Normative references ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 1

3 Terms, definitions and abbreviated terms ................................................................................................................................ 1

3.1 Terms and definitions ....................................................................................................................................................................... 1

3.2 Abbreviated terms ............................................................................................................................................................................... 4

4 Support selection guideline ...................................................................................................................................................................... 4

5 Design and material requirements ................................................................................................................................................... 5

5.1 Clamped shoe ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 5

5.1.1 Key parameters ................................................................................................................................................................. 5

5.1.2 Size/Dimension................................................................................................................................................................. 5

5.1.3 Material .................................................................................................................................................................................... 8

5.1.4 Application ............................................................................................................................................................................ 8

5.2 Welded shoe .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 8

5.2.1 Key parameters ................................................................................................................................................................. 8

5.2.2 Size/Dimension................................................................................................................................................................. 9

5.2.3 Material .................................................................................................................................................................................12

5.2.4 Application .........................................................................................................................................................................13

5.2.5 Inspection and testing ..............................................................................................................................................13

5.3 U-bolt ............................................................................................................................................................................................................13

5.3.1 Key parameters ..............................................................................................................................................................13

5.3.2 Size/Dimension..............................................................................................................................................................13

5.3.3 Application .........................................................................................................................................................................16

5.4 U-strap .........................................................................................................................................................................................................17

5.4.1 Key parameters ..............................................................................................................................................................17

5.4.2 Size/Dimension..............................................................................................................................................................17

5.4.3 Application .........................................................................................................................................................................20

5.5 Bracing for branch connection ...............................................................................................................................................20

5.5.1 Key parameters ..............................................................................................................................................................20

5.5.2 Size/Dimension..............................................................................................................................................................20

5.6 Trunnion and stanchion ...............................................................................................................................................................24

5.6.1 Trunnion ..............................................................................................................................................................................24

5.6.2 Stanchion .............................................................................................................................................................................28

5.7 Guide, hold-down, guide/hold-down and line-stop support .......................................................................32

5.7.1 Guide .......................................................................................................................................................................................32

5.7.2 Guide/Hold-down ........................................................................................................................................................34

5.7.3 Line-stop ..............................................................................................................................................................................36

5.8 Guide, guide/hold-down and line-stop support – With hole (optional) ............................................38

5.8.1 Guide .......................................................................................................................................................................................38

5.8.2 Hold-down ..........................................................................................................................................................................41

5.8.3 Guide/hold-down .........................................................................................................................................................45

5.8.4 Line-stop ..............................................................................................................................................................................49

Bibliography .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................54

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Foreword

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Introduction

This document aims to provide a set of unified specifications for pipe supports for offshore projects,

responding to the current lack of recognized specifications for such pipe supports in terms of shape,

dimensions, material and application area.

Company specific standards from owners, engineering companies and shipbuilders have therefore

been prevailing for specifications related to pipe support types, shapes, sizes and dimensions. There

are big variations in specifications from project to project, because of lack of internationally recognized

specifications within this area.

Thus, individual pipe support items have often failed to be compatible across different projects. A

suggested solution is to apply one unified approach for design, material selection, shape and application,

etc. This will also significantly reduce engineering hours and lead times and improve the fabrication

efficiency. Other expected benefits are improved practice for design and application of pipe support

types related to design life, maintainability and integrity. The ultimate goal is to reduce the overall cost

in general offshore projects and lead time while increase the efficiency, interoperability and safety.

In the lack of common industrial specifications for pipe supports, an assessment has been conducted to

compare the pipe supports designs and application areas used in past offshore projects. Based on the

supports design examples of those projects, a set of unified specifications have been established, which

are described in this document.

The main factors considered to arrive at an optimal design of pipe supports are pipe load endurance,

weight and material cost. Those three factors have been considered when reviewing pipe supports

from past projects and ultimately defining the requirements described in this document.

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DRAFT INTERNATIONAL STANDARD ISO/DIS 24200:2020(E)
Petroleum, petrochemical and natural gas industries —
Bulk material for offshore projects — Pipe support
1 Scope

This document specifies the requirements for design including shape and dimensions, material as well

as strength for pipe support from NPS 2 up to NPS 36 except for U-bolt and U-strap. This document

covers topside systems for fixed or floating offshore oil and gas projects. This document applies for

design temperature of support within the range between –23 °C up to 200 °C. This document is limited

to metallic pipes only.
This document covers such requirements for following pipe supports:
— clamped shoe;
— welded shoe;
— U-bolt;
— U-strap;
— bracing for branch connection;
— trunnion and stanchion;
— guide support(guide, hold-down, guide/hold-down).

This document addresses design requirements of the listed items above, hence the document does not

necessarily cover all other types of pipe supports.
2 Normative references

The following documents are referred to in the text in such a way that some or all of their content

constitutes requirements of this document. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For

undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any amendments) applies.

ASTM A36, Standard Specification for Carbon Structural Steel

ASTM A193, Standard Specification for Alloy-Steel and Stainless Steel Bolting for High Temperature or High

Pressure Service and Other Special Purpose Applications

ASTM A194, Standard Specification for Carbon Steel, Alloy Steel, and Stainless Steel Nuts for Bolts for High

Pressure or High Temperature Service, or Both
3 Terms, definitions and abbreviated terms
3.1 Terms and definitions
For the purposes of this document, the following terms and definitions apply.

ISO and IEC maintain terminological databases for use in standardization at the following addresses:

— ISO Online browsing platform: available at https:// www .iso .org/ obp
— IEC Electropedia: available at http:// www .electropedia .org/
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3.1.1
pipe support

pipe fixture or structural attachment which transfers the load from the pipe or structural attachment

to the supporting structure or other piping components
3.1.2
pipe shoe

structure consisting of a saddle and integral base that is used to support the pipe by transmitting the

load or forces to the adjacent structure
Note 1 to entry: The pipe shoe can be divided into clamped shoe and welded shoe.
3.1.3
U-bolt

commonly used pipe support type in the shape of the letter “U” with screw threads on both ends

Note 1 to entry: The U-bolt can be divided into grip type and non-grip type.
3.1.4
U-strap

commonly used pipe support designed to absorb mechanical vibration from piping by inserting rubber

support material
Note 1 to entry: The U-strap can be divided into type A and type B (see5.4).
3.1.5
bracing for branch connection

reinforcement used to avoid fatigue failure due to the vibration from the parent pipe

3.1.6
guide support
support used to restrict lateral movement of pipe
3.1.7
hold-down
support used to restrict vertical movement of pipe
3.1.8
guide/hold-down
support used to restrict vertical and lateral movement of pipe
3.1.9
line-stop
support used to restrict axial movement of pipe
3.1.10
wear pad

protection plate or pipe fixture or structural attachment attached to pipe to enhance strength of pipe

wall and to prevent direct damages from welded attachment or high bearing load
3.1.11
gusset

plates placed between pipe and base plate in lateral direction of pipe to resist any load transferred

to piping
3.1.12
rib plate

plate placed between pipe and base plate in axial direction of pipe to resist any load transferred to piping

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non-grip type

type of U-bolt that gives some allowance for the inside pipe to move vertically and laterally with a

maximum gap of 3 mm
3.1.14
grip type
type of U-bolt without any allowances for the inside pipe to move
3.1.15
teflon pad

pad made of PTFE that is mainly used to reduce friction reactions between different surfaces

3.1.16
spacer

temporary rubber ring to ensure 3 mm gap between pipe and U-bolt during installation of, which is

removed after installation
3.1.17
throttle gap
extension of hole for bolts allowing lateral movement
3.1.18
strip

thin plate, typically made of PTFE or other material, under the strap used to prevent fretting due to

friction between pipe and strap
3.1.19
isolation pad
pad to absorb mechanical vibration from the pipe
3.1.20
protection pad

pad to prevent damages due to the friction between the bolt and U-strap and galvanic corrosion

3.1.21
bracket
main ‘U’-shaped part of U-strap that is in contact with the protection
3.1.22
machine bolt
threaded bolt with a square or hexagonal head
3.1.23
weep hole

small opening, typically located at the bottom of the object, that allows water or gas to drain from

within an assembly and checks pipe leakage within an assembly
3.1.24
trunnion
pipe extended hung on structure or spring
3.1.25
stanchion
extended pipe resting on floor or structure vertically
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allowable load
maximum load that each support can withstand under static load conditions

Note 1 to entry: For dynamic loads induced by occasional or extreme conditions, the maximum allowable load can

be increased by applying allowable increase factor in accordance with project specification or international code.

3.2 Abbreviated terms
AIV acoustic induced vibration
CRA corrosion resistant alloy
CS carbon steel
LTCS low temperature carbon steel
NDT non-destructive testing
NPS nominal pipe size
PTFE polytetrafluoroethylene
SS stainless steel
UV ultra-violet
4 Support selection guideline

This clause provides a guideline to select the appropriate type of support depending on different criteria.

The actual selection may be different from this guidance depending on the client’s requirements, project

specification and pipe material.
Generally proper support should be selected depending on:
a) pipe movement;
b) forces and loads at point of support;
c) pipe insulation;
d) existing structure.

Support can be generally selected from Table 1 depending on pipe size and insulation.

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Table 1 — Possible support selection
Pipe size Insulation Priority level Type
Pipe NPS 8 and below Insulated Priority Welded shoe
Alternative Clamped shoe/U-
a,b
bolt(strap)
a,b
Uninsulated Priority U-bolt(strap)
Alternative Clamped shoe/Welded
shoe
Pipe NPS 8 above Insulation Priority Welded shoe
Alternative Clamped shoe
Uninsulated Priority Welded shoe
Alternative Clamped shoe
NOTE 1 All support type to be verified not to exceed maximum allowable load.

NOTE 2 Supporting method will be more specified as resting/hold down/guide/stopper as per pipe stress analysis.

NOTE 3 Trunnion type of support are same priority with welded shoe.

Operating temperature shall be lower than maximum allowable temperature of contacted coating material.

U-bolt can be selected if removable insulation or personal protection is applied.

Welded shoe to be a priority when stopper is required.
5 Design and material requirements
5.1 Clamped shoe
5.1.1 Key parameters
The key parameters of the clamped shoe are:
— shape;
— dimension;
— material;
— application.
5.1.2 Size/Dimension

Figure 1 shows the design specification of clamped shoe used for steel/non-ferrous NPS 2 to NPS 36.

Table 2 presents the dimensions, as also shown in Figure 1, including standard length and height of

clamped shoe for different pipe sizes.
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a) Clamp detail (typical)
b) For pipe NPS 2
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c) For pipe NPS 3 to NPS 36
Key
1 clamp a 3 mm
2 Nut b 5 mm
3 machine bolt (see also NOTE 7) c 10 mm (typical)

4 lining to be fabricated as 2 pieces with cut rin d H = 100 (maximum 175, see NOTE 3)

at this corner
5 3 mm thickness insulator strip wrapper e 25 mm (typical)
6 bottom of pipe f 30°
7 structural steel
8 nominal diameter
NOTE 1 All dimensions are in millimetres, unless specified otherwise.

NOTE 2 Length ‘L’ can be increased or decreased, if required when indicated on isometric drawing.

NOTE 3 Height ‘H’ shall be indicated on isometric drawing, if greater than 100 mm.

NOTE 4 All welds shall be 6 mm of welding leg continuous fillet, unless specified otherwise.

NOTE 5 Clamp material shall be in accordance with ASTM A36 or equivalent material (e.g. JIS SS400 per

JIS G3101).

NOTE 6 The clamped shoe shall not be used for anchor or axial stops without lugs on pipe.

NOTE 7 At least two threads of bolt shall be protruded at the end of nut.

NOTE 8 Dimensions shown in Table 2 are based on 3 mm thickness of insulator. It shall be recalculated upon

on an insulator material and thickness

Figure 1 — Design specification of clamped shoe used for steel/non-ferrous NPS 2 to NPS 36

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Table 2 — Dimensions of clamped shoe for different pipe sizes
Allowable
load
Pipe Length (L) B C D E F G J K T W Bolt
NPS Standard Long mm inch Vertical
2 200 300 66 152 120 16 5 12 30 40 25 10 80 M12 1/2 5.5
3 200 300 95 192 160 16 8 16 30 40 25 10 100 M12 1/2 19
4 250 300 120 236 196 20 8 16 40 45 25 10 120 M16 5/8 24
6 250 350 174 310 264 23 10 20 40 45 25 10 140 M20 3/4 25
8 300 400 225 360 316 22 10 20 40 45 25 10 180 M20 3/4 25
10 300 400 279 448 390 29 12 24 50 50 25 10 220 M24 1 32
12 300 400 330 560 470 45 15 34 50 50 25 10 260 M24 1 41
14 300 400 362 618 510 54 15 40 65 58 35 15 300 M24 1 84
16 300 400 412 668 560 54 15 40 65 58 35 15 370 M24 1 90
18 350 400 463 718 610 54 15 40 65 58 35 15 370 M24 1 91
20 350 450 514 788 680 54 20 40 65 58 35 15 420 M36 1 1/2 106
24 400 450 616 898 790 54 20 40 80 65 35 15 470 M36 1 1/2 122
26 400 450 666 988 880 54 25 40 80 65 45 15 540 M36 1 1/2 147
28 450 550 717 1038 930 54 25 40 80 65 45 15 560 M36 1 1/2 150
30 450 550 768 1092 984 54 25 40 80 65 45 15 610 M36 1 1/2 158
32 450 550 819 1140 1030 55 25 40 110 80 55 15 620 M36 1 1/2 175
34 500 600 870 1180 1070 55 25 40 110 80 55 15 640 M36 1 1/2 188
36 500 600 920 1220 1110 55 25 40 110 80 55 15 660 M36 1 1/2 193
5.1.3 Material

Material for all the associated parts, including clamp, base plate, gusset and rib plate, shall be of carbon

steel for all pipes. Other material may be used instead of carbon steel in case of specific requirements.

5.1.4 Application
Lines sizes listed in Figure 1 can be applicable with clamped shoe.
5.2 Welded shoe
5.2.1 Key parameters
The key parameters of the welded shoe are:
— shape;
— dimension;
— material;
— application;
— inspection and testing.
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5.2.2 Size/Dimension

Figure 2 shows the design specification of welded shoe used for pipes of up to NPS 2. Table 3 presents

the dimensions, as also shown in Figure 2, including standard length and height of welded shoe for

different pipe sizes.
Key
1 bottom of pipe a 120°
2 top of steel b R25 (typical)
3 6 mm vent hole (see NOTE 7) c 10 mm (typical)
4 pad thickness ‘P’ (see NOTES 3 and 4)
NOTE 1 All dimensions are in millimetres, unless specified otherwise.

NOTE 2 Length ‘L’ may be increased or decreased if required when indicated on isometric drawing.

NOTE 3 For NPS 2 and below, wear pad shall be applied for thin wall pipe (SCH. 10S and below for CRA material,

and SCH. 30 and below for CS material).

NOTE 4 For wear pad thickness for pipe thickness less than 10 mm, the same thickness as parent pipe shall be

used; otherwise 10 mm thickness shall be used.
NOTE 5 Height ‘H’ shall be noted on isometric drawing, if greater than 100 mm.

NOTE 6 All welds shall be 6 mm of welding leg continuous fillet, unless specified otherwise.

NOTE 7 All vent holes shall be sealed with mastic(resin) after hydro test. The mastic shall be watertight, UV

resistant and also able to endure pipe operating temperature as a minimum requirement.

NOTE 8 For pipes of NPS 2, gussets are not required. If the shoe length is more than 500 mm, a center gusset

shall be added.
Figure 2 — Design specification of welded shoe used for pipes of up to NPS 2

Figure 3 shows the design specification of welded shoe used for pipes of from NPS 3 to NPS 30. Table

3 presents the dimensions, as also shown in Figure 3, including standard length and height of welded

shoe for different pipe sizes.
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Key
1 bottom of pipe a 120°
2 top of steel b R25 (typical)
3 6 mm vent hole (see NOTE 7) c 10 mm (typical)
4 pad thickness ‘P’ (see NOTES 3 and 4)
NOTE 1 All dimensions are in millimetres, unless specified otherwise.

NOTE 2 Length ‘L’ may be increased or decreased if required when indicated on isometric drawing.

NOTE 3 For NPS 30 and below, wear pad shall be applied for thin wall pipe (SCH. 10S and below for CRA

material, and SCH. 30
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