DG5 Pipe Clamp without Rubber Nut
- Pipe clamps or pipe fixings are best described as a support mechanism for suspended pipes, either horizontal top or vertical adjacent to a surface.
- They are vital to ensure that all pipes are securely fixed and also allow any pipe movement or expansion that may occur.
- Pipe fixing failure can cause significant and costly damage to a building so it is important to do it correctly.
- Standard clamps are typically secured using two screws, one on each side of the clamp. They can be with or without a primer depending on the application.
- Standard clamps work by fixing two screws, one on each side of the clamp. Red washers are placed to prevent screws from slipping during the assembly process.
1 – Rubber profile with double locking screw and low PAH content ZEK 01.04-08, category 2
2 – High strength and breaking load values on slopes, designed with your safety in mind.
3 – Time-saving, easy and fast assembly features
4 – Low values in hazardous PAH chemicals – protects people and the environment.
5 – The plastic washer attached to the Locking Screw prevents the screw from being lost.
6 – Zinc (Cr + 3) coated. (min. 5-10µm)
7 – Sound insulation complies with DIN 4109.
8 – EPDM rubber is used for sound insulation.
9 – Profile temperature resistance is between -50˚C and 110˚C.
10 – Profile hardness is Shore (A) 50 ± 5