If you are looking to improve performance, reliability and productivity, then our casing spacers may be just what you are looking for. Casing Spacers will save you time and labor - quickly installed by a single worker. They provide electrical insulation, will not rot or settle, support carrier pipe weight uniformly, protect against long term corrosion, require no casing filler and slide into place easily.
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*Recommended spacing for steel carrier pipe is 6 ft. to 8 ft. (Typically, length of casing, divide by 6 +2 = # of spacers). Recommended spacing for PVC type pipe (Bell & Spigot) is 2 casing spacers per joint.
CCI reserves the right to recommend spacing according to application.
Features & Benefits
Features & Benefits
Carbon Steel and Stainless Steel Casing Spacers
- Heavy duty two-piece #304 Stainless Steel or Carbon Steel Casing Spacers with durable glass filled polymer runners.
- Available in 8 inch and 12 inch widths. (8″ width through 24″ pipe recommended).
- Fast and easy installation on concrete, PVC, ductile iron, polyethylene and steel cased crossing applications.
- Casing spacers are line with standard ribbed PVC (EPDM alternate) to prevent electrical contact between the carrier pipe and the spacer.
- Carbon Steel Casing Spacers are fabricated from pickled & oiled steel and then coated with a fusion bonded copolymer based thermoplastic for superior abrasion resistance and corrosion protection.
- Casing Spacers for bell & spigot joints or large diameter applications are designed and fabricated to insure and extra margin of support.
- CCI Pipeline Systems has the experience to design and manufacture virtually any configuration of casing spacer, including multi-carrier cluster within a single casing.
Polyethylene Casing Spacer
- Injection molded from high density polyethylene.
- Provide and economical alternative to metallic casing spacers.
- Excellent dielectric strength and low moisture absorption provide minimal electric current lose with no impairment of cathodic protection.
- High impact resistance and excellent frictional characteristics make polyethylene spacers a pipeline industry standard on mechanical joints, restrained joints, push-on joints and welding pipe joints.