Attach pipe, conduit, and tubing to strut channel structures with these clamps, straps, and hangers. Welding or drilling is not required to attach the fittings to the structure.
Conduit & Pipe Clamps
Install these clamps on a strut channel to fasten pipe or conduit to the channel. They take less effort to install and remove than conduit and pipe straps. Tighten the bolt on the clamp to compress the clamp around the pipe or conduit and secure it in place.
Cushioned Conduit & Pipe Clamps
These clamps have a layer of cushioning that dampens noise and vibrations and protects pipe and tubing from damage if the clamp is overtightened. Connect the clamps to a strut channel to attach pipe or tubing to the channel and then tighten the bolt on the clamp to secure. Often used in areas with machinery or equipment that cause floor vibrations.
Conduit & Pipe Straps
Secure pipe and conduit in place on a strut channel structure with these metal straps. They consist of two pieces that wrap around the conduit or pipe and are fastened in place with bolts or nuts. They are not suitable for use with cable.
304 Stainless Steel
316 Stainless Steel
Easy Access Clamp
The angled bolt on these easy-access clamps takes less effort to get to for tightening than the bolt on a standard clamp. Tighten the bolt on the clamp to compress the clamp around the pipe or conduit and secure it in place.
Conduit & Pipe Hangers
Also known as clevis hangers, use these pipe hangers to suspend pipe or tubing from a strut channel structure. They attach to the structure with a threaded rod and pivot slightly in either direction to reduce stress on the pipe or tubing. Typically used in plumbing applications in open areas.