Elevated Support, Polycarbonate Base
25-CS-5

Note: Base for 2.5-CS-5, 2.5-CS-7 shown.
Other bases have additional support or flanges to handle the increased loads.
All bases are polycarbonate material


Part
Number
"H"
(max)
in.
(mm)
"W"
in.
(mm)
"L"
in.
(mm)
"T"
in.
(mm)
Max.
Uniform
Load
Wt./
Each
(lbs.)
2.5-CS-5 5"
(127.0)
7 1/2"
(190.5)
10"
(254.0)
12"
(304.8)
100 lbs. 2.1
2.5-CS-7 7 1/2"
(190.5)
7 1/2"
(190.5)
10"
(254.0)
12"
(304.8)
100 lbs. 2.5
2.5-CS-12 12"
(304.8)
9"
(228.6)
15 1/4"
(387.4)
12"
(304.8)
100 lbs. 4.0
16-BS-7 7"
(190.5)
9"
(228.6)
15 1/4"
(387.4)
16"
(406.4)
125 lbs. 5.0
16-BS-12 12"
(304.8)
9"
(228.6)
15 1/4"
(387.4)
16"
(406.4)
125 lbs. 7.5
20-BS-7 7"
(190.5)
16"
(406.4)
18"
(457.2)
20"
(508.0)
250 lbs. 9.8
20-BS-12 12"
(304.8)
16"
(406.4)
18"
(457.2)
20"
(508.0)
150 lbs. 14.5.

Determining Maximum Pipe Size

Maximum pipe size supported by any of the strut supports is determined by the load and the clear space required between the pipes. The spacing between pipes should be as follows:

  • 1" between piping 3" and smaller.
  • 1-1/2" between a pipe 3" and smaller and a pipe 4" or larger.
  • 2" between piping 4" and larger.
  • At least 1" between pipe clamp and end of strut

For example, a support for two 3" pipes would require:
1" + 3" + 1-1/2" + 3" + 1" = 9-1/2" wide channel support