Pipe clamps, also known as pipe fixings, are most commonly defined as support mechanisms for horizontal or vertical pipes, either horizontally or vertically. As well as securing all pipes securely, they allow for movement and expansion.
There are many types of pipe clamp since the use of pipe clamps can range from simply anchoring in place to more complex installations that involve moving the pipe and carrying heavy loads. In order to guarantee the integrity of the installation, the right pipe clamp must be used. It is essential to fix pipes correctly because failure to do so can cause expensive and extensive damage to a building.
- Standard Pipe Clamps
The Pipe clamps are usually attached to a surface using two screws – one on each side. You can find a wide range of sizes as well as linings and unlinings, depending on the application. With the advancement of technology, we can now offer a simple, quick-locking pipe clamp that can be pushed together with a single screw and secured with one hand. This clamp is perfect for installing metal or plastic pipes with ease.
- Heavy duty pipe clamps
Designed for use when a heavy load support is needed, heavy duty pipe support clamps have a high working load capacity. Available with and without lining, they can be used both indoors and outdoors. Compared to traditional clamps, they can be placed with greater ease.
- The industrial pipe clamps
The pipe clamps for industry need to be thicker and stronger. A variety of industries use industrial pipes, including the oil and gas industry, petrochemical industry, machinery, heat transfer systems, and water transport.
- Various pipes are fastened and fixed with these clips whether in construction or industry or buildings.
- Install and service piping systems quickly, safely, and economically.
- Fastening applications for pipe clamps are diverse.
- A clamp like this is used for suspending pipe lines with heavy loads requiring little or no insulation.
- These clamps are also used to tighten pipes evenly so leakage is minimized.
- Pipe clamps reduce noise by absorbing shock, dampening vibration, and absorbing vibration in piping systems.
- High temperature applications are possible with them.
Which pipe clamp size do you need?
Pipe Clamp size chart is determined by taking into account the pipe size, which is the obvious factor to take into consideration. NB (Nominal Bore) or O/D (Outer Diameter) are typically used for this measurement. Using this measurement, you can find out what diameter pipe clamps you need.
The diameter of the clamp you require will increase if the clamp is installed over insulation, such as phenolic or wood blocks.
We offer an extensive selection of straps that can fit 99% of known pipe sizes at Walraven, including clamps that can be installed over insulation. There is a clamp in this range with a diameter of 8mm and a diameter of 508mm. Custom pipe clamps can be produced even for pipes outside of these sizes. Find out how our pipe clamps can help you with your next project.
The pipe clamps are used for fixing pipes of different materials, whether they are light, medium, or heavy. Pipe clamps from 8 to 508 mm, thread shapes, and pipeline media, we offer the appropriate clamps with and without sound insulation inserts for optimal pipe fixing. Checks for fire and sound protection make the clamps even more secure. Because we have been in the pipe fixing business for over ten years, we have the knowledge and experience to provide you with guidance on how to determine the correct distance between clamps.