Hose clamps for any application are available from Cords CanadaApril 5, 2016 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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Cords Canada can offer a variety of products for hose clamping applications. The company's catalogue includes a range of hose clamps, T-clips and clamp kits. Because they come from Cords Canada, customers can be confident these products are made by industry-leading manufacturers.
Cords Canada's selection of hose clamps includes varieties made from acetal and nylon. All of these clamps offer the advantages of non-metallics: they will not rust, they resist chemicals and are non-conducting. For instance, the line of acetal hose clamps, known as Hosers, are stable in salt water, bases, alcohols, oil, grease, gasoline and chemical salts. They are often used as an alternative to stainless steel clamps. They can be applied even after the hose is in place using a quick ratchet closure design. The clamp can easily be disengaged when required by applying a lateral effort. These clamps are stocked in acetal. Models are also available for outdoor or under-the-hood applications, which are made from glass-filled nylon that is UV- and heat-stabilized.
Also available are polyacetal T-clips. These clips offer a fast, versatile and affordable way to attach, secure and route hoses, tubes, pipes and wires. They are easy to use and provide a neat, professional appearance. They keep uniform spacing for dual runs, and are available in a broad range of sizes. These clips have a countersunk centre hole for fasteners, and can be mounted on walls, cabinets, enclosures, bulkheads and more. They are often used in commercial applications such as the installation of hydraulic or automotive hoses.
The company can also supply clamp labkits that include an assortment of hose clamps. These kits are ideal for prototype work, product design departments and experimental labs.
For more information on the wide range of products available from Cords Canada, visit the company’s website.