Spring Hose Clamps are made from a strip of spring steel: on one side there’s a narrow protrusion centered on the end, and on the other side there’s a pair of narrow protrusions.
While being clamped, the ends of these protrusions are bent outwards and then the strop will be rolled into a ring.
Generally, there’re three parameters for the spring band clamp: the clamp size range, which is the diameter of the ring; the bandwidth, and the thickness of the band. The specifications of the most popular types are the following:
We also provide other sizes.
Clamps of this design are rarely used for high pressures or large hoses, as they would require unwieldy amounts of steel to generate enough clamping force, and be impossible to work with using just hand tools.
For the spring hose clamp can automatically expand and contract with your hose or tube in response to fluctuations in temperature. This kind of hose clamp is the best choice for the spigot system, which is exposed to a changeable temperature condition. This spring band clamp is suitable for plastic and rubber hose or tube.
Besides, the spring hose clamp is suited for confined places where other types of clamp might require tools from narrow or possibly inaccessible angles.