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Heating Pros, I've got my plywood up for my new boiler install, but am now wondering best practices for attaching the pipe as needed. In researching installs and poring over photos, I see that some installers attach the pipe to the plywood with standard copper pipe straps, while others use "Van Hangers" (http://www.pexsupply.com/Van-Hangers-13714000), while still others use some sort of rail system (see attached photo) that I'm not sure the name of.
I presume that the latter two options give more installation flexibility as they allow some depth adjustment and would allow more "layers" of pipe as needed for the install. Can anyone weigh into the best method and why? Also, if someone can provide me some keywords and links to investigate/price the "rail" system in the attached photo, I'd appreciate it.. Just need a starting point.
Thanks in advance!