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10MM Od Heavy Series Polypropylene Pipe Clamp, Galvanized Top Base Plate & Metric Hex Bolts
10MM Od Heavy Series Polypropylene Pipe Clamp, Galvanized Top Base Plate & Metric Hex Bolts
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About this Product

1. Heavy series pipe clamp. Typically used in installation that has a higher load and vibration than the standard series pipe clamp.

2. Polypropylene clamp body. The top and base plate are made of galvanized steel.

3. Working temperature between -30˚C to +90˚C.

4. Provides higher stability to the hydraulic system by reducing the impact & vibration caused by fluid movement.

What Are Pipe Clamps?

Pipe clamps are also known as tube clamps, pipe clips and hydraulic brackets. By gripping the pipes or tubes in place, it helps in maintaining the stability of the hydraulic system hence reducing the impact and vibration caused by fluid movement. Firm gripping of the pipes also prevents them from moving or dislodging.

What Are the Types of Pipe Clamps?

There are 3 series of pipe clamp; Standard series, heavy, and twin series. A complete pipe clamp installation consists of four components which are the clamp body, weld plate, cover plate, and hexagon head bolts. Heavy series pipe clamps are commonly used in heavy duty applications.

How to Assemble a Pipe Clamp?

To install a pipe clamp, mark the base plate at the preferred position. Next, weld the base plate into position. For elongated base plate, use screws/bolts instead. Push the bottom clamp onto the base plate and install the required tube or pipe. Finally, mount the bottom clamp with the cover plate and bolts.

S$ 2.00
(exc. GST)
S$ 2.14
(inc. GST)
Lead time of 3 working days required.
Item will be ready to dispatch within the lead time specified.
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