The clamp joint is a connect part in the pipeline system in the industrial field. It is widely used. Because it has good performance. Thus it is popular on the market. Next let’s have a look at the clamp joints.
Specs of clamp joints
The specs of clamp joints are still very complete. Its standards include DIN, ISO, SMS, 3A, IDF, etc. Among them, DIN standards have DN10-DN150 models. 3AIDF standards have 12quot-6quot models. While ISO standards have 12.7mm -152.4mm size model and so on. The rod diameter of the clamp joint like DN20-DN300 is generally 2mm smaller than the stop hole. And its fluid pressure is 5.0Mpa-68.6Mpa.
Clamp joints have different structures. of which 4’ is 20.956, 6’ is 26. While 1 inch is 33, 1.2 inches is 42, 1.5 inches is 47, 2 inches is 59, 3 Inch is 88. They are all made of zinc alloy, stainless steel, low alloy steel, carbon steel and others. In the meantime, the surface is galvanized, chrome plated or frosted.
Application of clamp joints
The structure of the clamp joint is very tight. There are basically no pores and the strength is high. It has a beautiful appearance, strong texture, good acid and alkali resistance and anti-corrosion ability. Thus it is usually acts as a connection for metal hoses and is very reliable.
Its unique design, novel and convenient structure bring convenience and benefits to the project. So it is widely serves in drainage, water supply, metallurgy, electric power and other fields. It is also suitable for food industry such as jam, milk, beverage and beer.