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Strut-Mounted Clamps

Strut-Mounted Clamps

Slide these clamps into strut channels and metal framing to secure tubing, pipe, and conduit to the structure. They do not require drilling to install.

General Purpose Clamps

Turn the captive screw on these clamps to increase or reduce the clamping pressure.

Copper Electro-Plated Steel

Electro-Galvanized Steel

Galvanized Carbon Steel

304 Stainless Steel

Cushioned Clamps

The internal elastomeric sleeve on these metal clamps dampens noise and vibrations and prevents dielectric corrosion from metal-on-metal contact between the pipe and clamp. Turn the captive screw on the clamp to increase or reduce the clamping pressure.

304 Stainless Steel

316 Stainless Steel

Electro Galvanized Gold Steel

Electro Galvanized Steel

Corrosion-Resistant Plastic Clamps

Featuring a lightweight, corrosion-resistant plastic body, these clamps absorb noise and vibration in the system and eliminate risk of dielectric corrosion between metal pipes and the clamp. Turn the captive screw on the clamp to increase or reduce the clamping pressure.

Cushioned Pipe Straps

Fasten both ends of these U-shaped clamps to a surface to hold pipe in place. An internal plastic sleeve dampens noise and vibrations and prevents dielectric corrosion from metal-on-metal contact between the pipe and clamp.

Stainless Steel Body

Steel Body

Claw-Grip Clamps

Insert the base of these clamps into a strut channel, twist the clamp to secure it in place, and then press pipe or tubing Into the claws of the clamp until it snaps securely in place. The clamps also have a mounting hole for screwing the clamp to a surface.

Snap-Close Clamps

Insert pipe or tubing into these hinged clamps and press the clamp closed until it snaps shut. Ideal for refrigeration lines, they can be used to secure insulated pipes and maintain an unbroken vapor seal to keep metal pipes from sweating.