Don't know which type of Hose Clamps to choose? By analyzing 6 different types of hose clamps to help you choose the most suitable.
Low profile, permanent 1 Ear clips can be easily installed in narrow locations and compensate for component tolerances, while providing a tamper-proof seal for sturdy plastic or sturdy rubber hoses and pipes.
The stepless 1‑Ear clip is a permanent, disposable, tamper-proof clip that provides a 360° seal with no internal steps or gaps. They are easy to install and work best with sturdy plastic or sturdy rubber hoses or tubes
2 Ear hose clamps can be used for more hoses of different diameters, and are ideal for single-use flexible tubes and hoses-even in heat or vibration applications.
T-bolt clamps or 'racing clamps' provide a uniform 360° sealing pressure around the hose and joint assembly to prevent leaks and bursts. The advantage is that it is very suitable for a variety of applications, including high-vibration environments and hard-to-reach places. Ideal for discharge and suction hoses or use with silicone hoses and sturdy plastic and rubber hoses and tubes. And reusable and easy to remove.
It should be noted that before measuring and selecting T-bolt clamps, be sure to assemble samples of hoses and pipes or fittings. Because their available range is limited. The correct size clamp is essential to ensure a leak-proof seal.
Worm gear hose clamps are the most widely used type of hose clamps. The advantage is a simple installation. Easy to install using ordinary hand tools. Apply static tension to the accessory. An economical, reusable fastening solution for a variety of applications.
The quick-release hose clamp has a swivel lock screw toggle latch that can be quickly installed and removed. The end of the screw is firmly fixed, so it will not fall off or return by itself when opened. Reusable, very suitable for applications that require frequent inspections or adjustments.
Our Malleable Iron Long Two Socket Cross is manufactured according to the requirements of EN-GJMB-300-6 with tensile strength min 300 N/mm2 and elongation min 6%. Usually the real tensile strength is higher than 300, it may reach to 330 and the elongation may reach to 8%.View More