Saddle Camps Connectors
A saddle clamp is a device that allows for the installation of irrigation water HDPE pipes quickly and securely. These devices function whether the irrigation water supply is under high or low pressure. An irrigation water pipe must be fitted with a saddle clamp and then secured in place. The saddle clamp is attached to the pipe through a pre-drilled hole. The saddle clamps appendix hole size determines the size of the drilled hole.
Our clamps are made up of a valve body with packing nuts and an open appendix on one end. To avoid irrigation water leakage, they include a sealing washer that sits between the pipe and the clamp. A saddle clamp bracket is located on the other side of the irrigation water supply line. Two bolts are used to secure it to the valve, with the pipe wedged between them.
How does it work?
They are available in a variety of sizes and diameters. They’re built of a variety of materials, including plastic, copper, stainless steel, brass, and chrome, and come in a variety of bracketing and mounting configurations (single-screw, two-screw or three-screw, bolt-down, clip-in, and so on). They function by encircling lengths of tubing or cable while attached to walls or buildings, firmly keeping conduit in place wherever it is needed.
They are often available in either gripping (anchor) or non-gripping (saddle/guide) designs, depending on how securely you want the conduit to be held in place. It should be noted that in some situations, allowing for some movement – whether thermal, mechanical or otherwise – is advantageous.
The optimum saddle clamps for the job will typically be determined by a few key questions, the most significant of which are, in no particular order:
what are you mounting?
Where are you going to hang it?
What diameter and spacing are required to ensure sufficient support over the whole run?
What are Saddle Clamps Prices?
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