For installation in instrument panels, these valves have a hex nut and threads below the handle.
The heavy duty spring self adjusts when the hose contracts or expands under boost. A heavy duty method of connecting silicone hose and tubing. An integral extended liner covers the gears slots of the extra-wide band to prevent hose damage and ensure complete and even sealing pressure. The strongest worm-gear clamp made in the world today. Eight screw-threads are engaged in the band simultaneously for incredible torquing drive over in.
V-Band Flange Kit. Employment Contact Las Positas Rd. Straight Hoses. Hump Transition Hoses. Hump Hoses. Hump 45 Degree. Customize these clamps to any object— they have a bend-and-stay design so you can mold them to the size and shape you need.
Made of plastic-coated stainless steel, they withstand abrasion, corrosion, and UV rays. A cushion covering the clamp reduces vibration and wear from clamp edges. Clamps surround lines of pipe, tubing, and conduit completely while holding them close to the mounting surface. Organize multiple lines of pipe, tubing, and conduit with one clamp. Wider than standard loop clamps, multiline loop clamps surround two lines of material to create a secure grip while holding the lines close to the mounting surface.
A molded cushion reduces vibration and wear from clamp edges, plus it provides a tighter fit around material than standard vibration-damping loop clamps. These clamps completely surround single lines of pipe, tubing, and conduit while holding them close to the mounting surface.
Compared to metal loop clamps, plastic loop clamps reduce wear on soft materials, such as tubing and cable. Clamps are nonconductive and noncorrosive. Tighten the bolt for an exact fit around material. Clamps secure vertical pipes in sanitation drain applications and prevent them from coming in contact with the mounting surface. Keep material from coming in contact with the mounting surface without the need for a spacer.
Use these clamps to route insulated pipe through floors. They have a plastic insert that creates a seal around the pipe's insulation to prevent the pipe from sweating, which can cause mold and corrosion. Also known as muffler clamps, these U-bolts have a rounded mounting plate that fully surrounds pipe, conduit, and tubing for a secure fit. These fiberglass-reinforced polyurethane U-bolts have no metal parts, so they won't conduct electricity or cause metal-to-metal corrosion.
Add a mounting plate to your U-bolt for a more secure hold at the mounting surface. A mounting plate provides a more secure hold at the mounting surface. Mount these general purpose U-bolts into an existing bracket, or combine with a mounting plate for a secure hold at the mounting surface. A durable rubber cushion and mounting plate prevent corrosion and wear caused by metal-to-metal contact. The mounting plate is removable, so the U-bolts can be installed onto an existing line without needing to dissemble it.
Suspend and route flat-bottomed objects such as strut channel and small duct. Reduce vibration and noise in your lines— a plastic cushion tightly grips pipe, tubing, and conduit to prevent movement. Nylon-insert locknuts grip the thread to resist loosening.
Reduce vibration and prevent metal-to-metal corrosion on flat-bottomed objects such as strut channel and small duct. Rubber cushions fit material tightly to reduce vibration and provide a more secure hold than loop hangers. The cushions also protect material from sharp edges and prevent corrosion caused by metal-to-metal contact.
These hangers provide maximum corrosion resistance in wet environments and stand up to frequent washdowns with harsh cleaners and sanitizers. Rounded edges, polished surfaces, and acorn or hex nuts that conceal threads reduce the number of places for bacteria to grow and make them easier to clean. Connect these hangers to organize multiple lines of pipe, tubing, and conduit. The tight- fitting, santoprene body reduces vibration and prevents corrosion caused by metal-to-metal contact.
Also known as conduit hangers, these hangers load from the bottom so you can add or remove material without removing the mounted hanger. Load material between the two halves of the ring and adjust the side bolts for a tighter fit than standard threaded-rod-mount clamping hangers.
Mount these hangers on top of one another to organize multiple lines of pipe, tubing, and conduit at any angle. These hangers fit a range of material sizes. Push them closed to lock at the size you need. They provide a more secure hold on material than loop hangers. These plastic hangers prevent corrosion caused by metal-to-metal contact.
Push them closed for a more secure hold on material than loop hangers. Clip these hangers onto the side of threaded rod. Unlike other threaded-rod-mount hangers, you can use more than one hanger on the same rod to organize multiple lines of pipe, tubing, and conduit.
These hangers have a swivel nut for adjusting direction after mounting. They're also known as teardrop hangers. Combine with a threaded rod or other fastener to hang from the ceiling. Also known as clevis hangers, these have a pivoting loop that adjusts for line movement and vibration. Use these hangers in corrosive environments and where chemicals are present. Access material quickly without uninstalling the mounted hanger. These hangers have a removable bolt for loading pipe, tube, and conduit from the side.
Combine them with a threaded rod or other fastener to hang from the ceiling. A roller on the bottom of these hangers compensates for movement due to expansion and contraction, such as in hydraulic applications. Also known as pipe shields, these cradles provide additional support and prevent insulation from tearing when routing insulated pipe through loop hangers.
Route multiple lines of pipe, tubing, and conduit with a single hanger. A wide opening and locking tab allow access for installation, adjustment, and removal. For a strong, secure connection, mount these hangers by welding them to a rod. Use these close-fitting hangers for a more rigid hold around material than when using straps alone. Cut as much strap as you need to hang duct, pipe, and other materials. A versatile solution for temporary hanging of pipe and tubing at work sites as well as anywhere welding and fastening are not possible.
Feed material through the strap, then use the D-rings to adjust the hanging height. Combine with a U-bolt or routing clamp to convey a variety of material, such as pipe, tubing, and cable raceway, at distance from floors, walls, and ceilings. The extra clearance allows access for maintenance and adding and removing lines. Clip these saddles around the outside of strut channel for a quick way to route insulated tubing and pipe.
Lips on either end of the saddle protect insulation from abrasion if the pipe should move. Keep multiple bundles of wire and cable on separate hooks. The hooks have wide openings to allow access for installation, adjustment, and removal. Route bundles of wire and cable through a single hook. A wide opening allows access for installation, adjustment, and removal. Hang these S-hooks from fencing, railing, and wire to route large bundles of material through temporary and unfinished work areas, such as mining and construction sites, then unhook them when the job's done.
A PVC coating protects material from abrasion. Mount these ringbolts into a threaded hole, or use the nut for through-hole mounting. The pivoting ring allows material to move freely. Anchor these ringbolts where you need them, then remove the ring when not in use. Once installed, the mounting bolt stays in place. Insert the ring by threading into the mounting bolt; remove by unthreading it.
Hang cable and other flexible material beneath wire to prevent it from sagging and swaying. To install, hook the two ends of the ring around the wire— no fasteners required. Also known as bridle rings, routing rings have an open-eye design that allows you to quickly install wire and cable. Temporarily mount routing rings and other threaded components to steel and iron surfaces.
Attach these cable ties directly to a surface— no separate mount needed. Create custom-length cable ties for large bundles and heavy materials. The buckle allows you to cinch these ties tight. Bundle cables outdoors with these ties that withstand exposure to UV rays and water.
These ties stretch to hold material tightly without slipping. These cable ties are easy to yank apart or cinch shut, even when wearing gloves— a textured tab on the end gives you a good grip. The hook and loop on these ties holds more tightly than other hook and loop.
These ties are flexible, reusable, and adjustable for delicate bundles or bundles that frequently change in size. Able to fit small bundles, these thin ties are more flexible than other ties. Create custom-length ties from a roll with hook on one side and loop on the other. Create a cable tie with a buckle— no sewing required. Stick these ties to any smooth, clean surface. Feed a bundle through the closed loop and wrap the ends around pipe or conduit for support.
Route and organize wire, cable, and hose along your DIN rail. Unlike zip ties, these cable ties can be temporarily undone to add or remove material. Join duct and fittings with quick-release clamps for faster disassembly and cleanout than other duct systems. Evenly distribute air from fans and blowers throughout large spaces. These valves press down on the outside of tubing to adjust flow without contacting the process media.
With no metal parts, these valves are often used for noncontact flow adjustment in wet conditions and harsh environments. All press down on the outside of tubing to adjust flow without contacting the process media. For installation in instrument panels, these valves have a hex nut and threads below the handle.
They press down on the outside of tubing to adjust flow without contacting the process media. Crimp pinch clamps closed on hose and tube. Also known as pinch clamp pincers. Use this metal strapping for securing pipe coverings as well as for packaging. Use these buckles to secure Light Duty Metal Strapping around pipe or packages. Contact Us Order. Log in. Create login.
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