A hose clamp is a device used to tight a hose over a connection, by clipping the hose. It intercepts the liquid from dripping at the tie. Sought-after fittings comprise everything such from car motor engines to the backsplash. Besides, hose clamps may be used in heterogeneous manufacturing set up to protect the extradition of goods, fluids, gasoline, and substances.
Wire Hose Clamp
Wire hose clamps have a cylindrical, or disc shape with one or more hooks for connecting to wires or rods. Wire hose clamps also have multiple wire strands that can be twisted in a manner similar to a wire rope. They are made out of metal to resist cutting, tearing, and breaking. They resist squeezing metals and solvents which makes them highly useful for plumbing use.
A variety of wire hose clamps are available from Aggarwal & Sons. Clamps come in a wide range of sizes and styles designed for specific industries and applications. Flat or spiral wound, pressure clamps are made of some or all of the following materials: carbon steel, stainless steel, aluminum alloy or brass materials. Wire clamping force is an important design consideration. The tooth strength of the wire is only as strong as the weakest link, so wire gauges vary based on application needs.
The unique design of the Ratcheting Wire Hose Clamp allows for a wider range of versatility than traditional clamp designs, and can be used in commercial and residential applications. When using the wire hose clamp, you can easily adjust it to get the best fit possible, or tighten it down once you’ve reached the desired fit.
The wire hose clamp is composed of three main parts. These are: the spring, the split ring, and the wire coil. The clamp is also made from the steel wire that has been rolled into tube form. In order to do this, a wire cutter tool is required. The steel coil should be flat on the top and bottom. This will make it easier for it to coil or wrap onto itself. The clamp can be used for quite some time without breaking if one takes good care of it after use.
Wire Hose Clamp Types
Aggarwal & Sons wire hose clamp is the best out there. This solid brass clamp is designed for straight hoses and attaches with a simple hand screw. The clamp is made in the Faridabad, India and has a durable zinc coating. The wire is fully strain relieved, making it great for frequent use. The twisted wire design keeps the hose firmly attached to whatever you need it connected to, while maintaining flexibility and not adding unnecessary weight. It’s an excellent choice over the standard plastic hose clamp sold in many hardware stores.
Our wire hose clamps are great for clamping air hoses, vacuum lines, coolant surge tanks, hydraulic hoses, choke tubes and more. They are also useful in a wide variety of industrial applications such as exhaust systems, oil pans on diesel engines and mufflers on cars and motorcycles. They are very versatile.
Self-Aligning Wire Clamp
The Self-Aligning Wire Clamp is designed for your most demanding wire-to-board applications. The clamps center allows a single sided entry, and the self-aligning feature allows you to wire directly to the board without having to drill a hole first. The new Self-Aligning Wire Clamp is a tool for RG6, RG59 and all other types of coaxial cable. Created to be placed on the outer edge of the coax cable, it allows you to easily attach connectors and tighten the screw with a screwdriver or hex key. The cable can then be run through small holes and even up through a wall. Connectors will no longer be exposed on the cords, allowing for a clean look and one less thing for consumers to worry about, making installation easier.
Hinged Locking Wire Clamps
Hinged Locking wire clamps include a threaded style that secures in its position giving straining ease out of the wires. Hinged style works for all locking applications. Whenever you need to connect an 18/2 gauge wire to a 2/0 guage wire, or to another clamp, this Hinged two-piece Locking Wire Clamp will do the trick. It has a threaded style with two set screws, which secures in its position and gives security out of the wires. For the top of the line in wire hinged locking clamp systems, look no further than these models from Rigid Industries. These are perfect for mounting lights directly without damaging your boat/vehicle or our worst case to not falling off mount. The clamps include a thumb screw to push the clamp in tighter and a wing nut for easy removal and re positioning.
Compression Cable Clamps
Compression cable clamps are useful for expanding and refining a selection of wires, cables and other instrumentalities. The compression cable clamps are aggressively made and come in different shapes and sizes. These compression cable clamps are momentary design. The clamp is made of zinc die cast metal with 100% environmental protection and it uses two nylon screws which is easy to operate. These clamps can be widely used in the field of wire protection, transmission line, yard and garden and so on for its large duty. Compression cable clamps have several uses. They enable the inclusion and removal of wires over time. They are a result of an idea that paralleled the time and energy to produce insulation on a wire with a rawhide cord. They are used in order to maintain ties or cables which happen to be underneath tension. For hundreds of years, these kinds of clamps have been referred to as compression clamps which were initially applied only for use around the shipbuilding trade.
Steel Wire Stays
You often have to deal with wires or cables in your offices and at your homes. In most cases, a cable clip is all you need to tie up these wires. Most people wrap the cables with a wire and then pin it to the wall or under the desk. You can do this, but it can be tedious and time-consuming. Plus, you will not have a professional touch. With steel wire stays, you can save time and give a professional pull on wires and cables at the same time. The sticks are easy to use and can hold about 50lbs each. The Steel Wire Stays are great protection for wire, cable or metal pipe. These cable straps use adhesive on one end and adjustable ratcheting hooks on the other. The specially formed hooks grab onto loop ends of the straps to provide a strong grip when wrapping around cables.
Steel Cushion Clamps
The wire clamps with rubber casing inside essential to almost any production job using metal, and are a very important part of each job. It prevents the wire from vibrating and resists vibrations that seem to always plague people during installation. The wire clamps also have additional padding to ensure a better sell connection for wiring inside appliances or vehicles. Increases flexibility in places where breaking flexibility would harm the integrity of the wire, like an essential component within an appliance’s circuit board, or on a vehicle’s wiring harness.
Vinyl Coated Wire Clamps
Vinyl coated wire clamps are great for keeping thin air lines from getting pinched. The vinyl coating helps protect the wire and hose from rubbing on the frame or other items, which can lead to fraying of the line or hose at the point of rubbing. Steel Wire Clamps are used to connect the pop up camper springs. They are made of Steel wire coated with Vinyl. The steel spring wire clamps have more flexibility than the classic steel wire clamps.
MS Wire Hose Clamps
The MS wire hose clamps are highly demanded. They are acclaimed in the market for their exceptional limitations as compared to other frequently used wire clamps. They are perfect for numerous regular purposes work. MS wire hose clamps are corrosion resistant. Additionally, these clamps are available in different dimensions and give perfect execution in demanding utilization. Due to their wide range of limitations, such as versatility and zinc plating for abrasion resistance, these clamps are utilized in automobile, mining, hardware, engineering, construction industries as well as in the marine sector.
SS Wire Hose Clamps
SS wire hose clamps are made up of a substantial segment of wire, usually stainless steel. The wire is initially twisted into a compacted U shape. It is durable since it is made from heavy-duty metal. The SS wire clamps are the best since they are corrosion resistant even in adverse weather conditions. They are strong and can overcome low and high-temperature levels. They are clean and aesthetics. These limitations make SS wire hose clamps to be the most looked after for use.
Wire Screw Hose Clamp
Wire screw hose clamps are comprised of a string, usually galvanized or stainless steel from which a screw thread design has been pressed. One side of the string comprises a captive screw. When using it the clamp is installed circularly on the hose to be fixed, and the loose end is fed into a slim space in the middle of the string and the captive screw. Their applications range from white goods such as refrigerators and washing machines that are utilized domestically. Besides, they are used in irrigation, medical industries, vending, automotive, and general agricultural setup.
Wire Spring Hose Clamp
These hose clamps are recommended for use on rubber, PVC, and mini broad lowered spiral hoses. They are created from industrial Grade Zinc Plated Steel. The spring design makes up for diametrical discrepancy and the full circle warrants a consistent radical pressure. They are perfect for the work that they are intended to. This is due to their self-tightening and sealing, constant clamping force, and adaptation to the changing characteristics of hose features.
Turnbuckle Wire Clamp
Turnbuckle wire clamps are made from stainless steel. It can be utilized in hanging commercial-grade string light and stainless steel cable railing. For a secure fitting, it is advisable to use the correct number of clamps. The U shape bolts should always be fastened. These clamps have a longer lifespan, they are less fragile and anti-abrasive. The stainless steel turnbuckle is of different dimensions, ranges, and grades. They are authentic, particular in their application, and are effective.
Wire Rope Clamp
These wire rope clamps are also referred to as, cable clamp, U-clip, U-clamp, and clamp. Their main purpose is to attach the unfastened end extremity of the loop back to the wire rope. It has a U- shaped bolt, a forged saddle, and a double nut. The two coatings of wire rope are positioned in the U-bolt. The saddle consists of two holes that match the U-bolt. The saddle is fixed above the ropes onto the bolt. The nuts secure the positioning in the location.
Plastic Wire Clamp
The plastic wire clamps are designed with durable and high-quality nylon. They are resistant to cracks. These clamps are secure in indoor and outdoor applications. This nylon plastic clamps, clamps, harnesses, wires, and piping. They are normally used in construction industries for long runs of bundled wires. For a quick and perfect result, place the wire clamp at a place of your choice. Then, insert the wire, bundle, or piping and then screw through the hole. You can also use a nail instead of a bolt.
Wire hose clamp sizes
The wire hose clamps are made of different sizes. The sizes depend on the application location and the material used to make them. Therefore, for you to be able to know the right size that you require, you can place the hose or piping on the fitting or the pipe that inflates the hose. Take the outside diameter size of the hose. Select the clamp that suits that diameter at the center of its range. The usual sequence wire hose clamps are the commonest. They are mostly used in vehicle and industrial companies. The minimum size is 3/8 “in diameter and a usual maximum of about 8 7/16”. The head screws have 1/2 “wide rings and 5/16” inserted head screws. The sizes range from ½ inch, 1 ½ inch, 2-inch, 3-inch, 4-inch, 5-inch, 5-inch, and 6-inch wire hose clamps.
½- inch wire hose clamp
This size of the hose clamp is for industrial use. It is normally used in auto industries, agricultural industries, medical, Genset, chemical, food and marine, textile, telecom, and fiber industries. The clamps are abrasive resistant, they have excellent functioning, robust construction, and are easy to fix. They are leak-proof finish and dimensional accuracy.
1-inch wire hose clamp
The 1-inch wire hose clamp is consistent and simple to install. They have high ductility, strong impact, and corrosion resistance for specific hardness. They are normally used in various industries to attach the hose.
1 and ½ inch wire hose clamp
These wire hose clamps are simple to use. They can be made from carbon double wire clamps with zinc coating and are perfect for rubber and PVC hoses. Their application ranges from dust assemblage systems, industrial vacuum cleaners, and pool pump hoses. The 1 and ½ inch wire hose clamps are created to give a safe and adjustable option for attaching pipes to dust hoods, blast gates, and other dust assembling fittings.
2-inch wire hose clamps
This size of the wire hose clamp is good for rubber and PVC hoses. They work perfectly well with spiral wire dust assemblage and industrial vacuum cleaners. When using it, easily discharge and fix the screw to modify the clamp diameter. They provide heavy-duty, leak proof, and abrasion-resistant hose clamping. They are made from high-quality stainless steel hence their durability.
3-inch wire hose clamp
The 3-inch wire hose clamp is created with a double wire screw clamp. They are paramount and gives a vas clamping force. The soft ends of the round wire are risk-free to the hands or hoses. They are much tougher and can be used for tightening for a long period. Appropriate to use, easy to release, and fit the screw to modify the clamp diameter. They are perfect for dust assemblage.
4-inch wire hose clamp
The 4-inch wire hose clamp is created for fast and safe tightening for dust hose to the dust assemblage fittings. They are vital to connecting the piping to blast gates, dust hoods, and fittings. They are simple to use. This is because you easily fix the clamps by rotating the screw with a screwdriver or hex head wrench. They are made up of double loop construction, uniquely created to give a notably tight grip on properly sized hoses, securing them in place, while sustaining reliable pressure.
5-inch wire hose clamp
The 5-inch wire hose clamp is created to give a fast and safe connection for dust hose to the dust assemblage fittings. They are simple to use. They contain a steel spring two loop construction, uniquely created to give a remarkable tight grip. Even if you are beginning to assemble the dust collection system or you require to replace hose clamps a 5-inch wire hose clamps are a necessary tool for connections.
6-inch wire hose clamp
The 6-inch wire hose clamp works perfectly well with a wire inserted hose. The even action of the screw threads is perfect for the worm screw. The wires have a zinc-plated criterion to prevent abrasion. They can be tightened with either a screwdriver or a nut- driver. The 6-inch wire hose clamp has room for modification.
Wire hose clamp pliers
The wire hose clamp pliers are a tool that is used to remove or install the wire clamps from the hoses. They quickly and efficiently assist you to remove the clamps. They are normally made from a heavy-duty frame with a fastening ratchet.
Single wire hose clamp pliers
These pliers are made of a heavy-duty frame. They have a fastening ratchet. The pliers have a provision of interchangeable 360-degree profound slot, pivot tips and vinyl-protected handle grips. The profound slots in the jaws aids in fitting the clamps securely and tightly. They are commonly used in servicing many single wire spring clamps for commercial and automotive industries.
Double wire hose clamp pliers
The pliers are mostly used as a service tool for a double wire clamp. This is usually on the washing appliances and dishwasher’s machine. This plier locks clamps in the jaw. It is designed for the perfect work of removing the double wire clamps from the hose. The pliers make your work easier and it is a time saver.
Flexible wire hose clamp pliers
The flexible wire hose clamp pliers are designed to access the flat-type hose clamps situated in areas that are difficult to access. They have a locking mechanism to hold the clamp in an open position. This plier makes the installation and removal of clamps easy and simple. As they are flexible, they can flex to almost every position that you need to work on. It is made up of a heavy-duty wire that is durable and of high-quality standards.
Wire spring wire hose clamp pliers
The Spring wire hose clamp pliers are a precision-grade performance tool. It is comfortable to use and is a quality assured design. It is commonly used at home, or in the service field. These pliers do no mechanically lock the jaws closed. The location of the jaw locks through the pressing of the button to permit the settings of the opening.
How to make wire hose clamps?
Wire hose clamps can be made at the solace of your home. All that you require is to have the right tools to do so. A rivet tool is what you require and a wire. The type of wire will depend on your preference. The following procedure should be used when making wire hose clamps.
- Wire cutters
- Hose barb
- Cut the wire according to your desired length and the size of your hose
- Fold the wire into a half
- Thread ends through the loop
- Twist the wire uniformly to allow the riveter to grip on it perfectly.
- Fasten the wire above the hose ensuring it is straight all over and fastens on the barb.
- Click the riveter fastening the wire.
- Cut off the wire leaving about ¼ inch sticking out
- Separate the extremities so that one will go on every side of the wire
- Use the cutters to curve the tips 1/8 “down to clamber in through the hose to avoid cutting yourself in the future.
- By the use of the pliers, curve down the ends and creep into the hose
After these four stages, you will now have a wire hose clamp ready for use.
How to make a wire hose clamp tool?
While making a wire hose clamp tool, the following steps should be followed;
Step1: Tools and Materials
- Butane torch
- Vice metal drill bits e. g. 2.5mm and 5mm
- Centre punch
- Side cutter
- Safety glasses
- Leather gloves
- 6mm mild steel rod, 270mm long (this is for the turner, that should not be smaller than this size to prevent breaking up when drilling)
- 5mm mild steel rod- 230mm in length
Step 2: Weighing, shaping, heating up, and twisting
Cut the 6mm steel rod, 270 mm long. Mark at 70 mm from one extremity, then 70mm again from the same mark. Chunk on your heat-resistant leather gloves. Heat your first mark with the butane torch till it’s red hot, then clamp it in the vice and curve to around 80 degrees. Heat your second mark and curve it almost round to about 170 degrees.
Step 3: Spotting and drilling
At the mark, drill the holes. The general requirement is 30mm distance at the middle of the 70mm end of your turner. After spotting out, draw out the punch and hit them a little. So, to drill, take your safety glasses, and clamp the wire turner in the vice and load up a 2.5mm drill bit in your drill. Grasp it as firm and in line as you can so as not to snap the bit. After the holes have been made, insert in a larger drill bit(5mm) and set the holes immediately to eliminate the husk and make it simple for the wire to skid without being stuck.
Step 4: Twisting your tent peg.
Double curve the 5mm piece of metal around the wire turner. Put the tuner drilled into the clamp to tighten it nicely. Using the old tent peg is simple since you already have a curve in the extremities that slides suitably into the vice. Then double bind it all over the 6mm steel to avoid too much flexibility.
Step 5: Scratch and straightening
The scratch prevents the wire from sliding while jerking. The scratch should be round in shape so that it does not destroy the wire loop. Cut off your 5mm steel and cut into 1-2mm piece with a hacksaw. Extend the cut into a V shape cutting with your hacksaw at an angle.
Straighten the wire with a hammer and a case of railroad track. You can spank it upright on the rear side of the vice, or heat it red hot and straighten it.
Step 6: Gathering and maintaining it that way
This is by putting it together. You can achieve this by gliding the 5mm steel onto the cable turner then hit the extremities with a hammer until it begins to expand. Heating up will enable easy straightening. Make sure to expand the 5mm steel to prevent failing at the extremity.
Step 7: Fastening it up
Fasten it up to make a tight clamp. Twist the wire all over whatever you need to fit like the hose or the handle. Remove the extra over the curve to be able to fit on your hose similar to a slip knot.
Step 8: Ready for use
Set up the axe handles, upright air compressor, and irrigation hoses. Better still, you can style fitting bumped together with the cables. After the seven procedures, the tool is now ready for use.
Hose clamps should be used for the purpose for which they are intended for. They should not be over screwed up to the clamps. Over screwing can be a possible source of pressure issues in the future. Settling for the right size of the clamp is paramount. This is due to the various sizes that hose clamps have. Bigger hose clamps could cause a safety hazard. When making your wire hose clamp, choose a ductile wire that will give your desired results. Wires can be readily available and easy to get, but caution must be exercised when settling for a specific one.
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