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Hose Clamp Manufacturer

OrientFlex is present our customers with the highest quality Hose Clamp, fastest service, and extremely competitive pricing.

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Our clamps are made to meet the high standards and requirements of the OEM market, and are sold to distributors and retailers. We look forward to your projects to provide the right solution to your challenge.

OrientFlex offer the most common sizes and can custom Hose clamps to your specific needs. Inquire the Direct Factory Price Now!

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Frequently Asked Questions

How to Install a Hose Clamp?

The Hose Clamp Tool makes installing hose clamps simple and fast. The stainless-steel jaws provide plenty of leverage to tighten or loosen hose clamps. It’s effective in tight areas that are hard to reach. Simply take your hose clamp, slide it into the jaws and twist clockwise until the clamp is tight. Just a few turns with this tool can make the difference between a leaky garden hose and one that is secure and doesn’t leak!

What are Hose Clamps Used for?

Hose clamps can be used to secure hoses to connections – like a faucet connector to a hose for example. Hose clamps are used as a safety feature and are responsible for making sure your water stays in the correct direction – away from your minor and down the drain.

The hose clamp is designed to secure flexible hoses, wires, cables and pipes to limit movement and help prevent bursting. Made of metal wire, they are strong for high pressure and temperature. The tight inside jaw grips the hose while a single screw fixes the clamp to the pipe or surface. It should be noted that “clamps” differ from “band clamps” which are primarily used for auto repair and closures.


How to Measure Hose Clamp Size?

Hose clamps are available in a variety of sizes. This variety has led to confusion when attempting to identify the correct clamp for a particular job. The following tips should help you select the proper clamp size for standard hose.

To get the best fit on hose clamps, we need to have a clear idea of what size is needed. To determine the correct size, just subtract 3/16″ from the OD and that will tell you the minimum inside diameter hose you can use. For instance, if you have a ¾” clamp and a ¼” ID hose, it’s not going to work. You need at least 5/16″ ID hose for this clamp to work properly.

How Do I Know What Size Hose Clamp I Need?

How to know what size hose clamp you need is easy, make sure you know the outside diameter of your pipe or cable then go from there. Hose clamps are measured using internal and external diameters.

To figure out what size hose clamp you need there are three items to consider: Length of the clamp Regular clamps are about as wide as a typical penny. But they come in many different lengths. Longer clamps will cover more area. The average small clamp is around 3 inches and can be used on smaller hoses. Larger clamps, larger than 5 inches, are meant for industrial use and have extra-strong holding power for larger hoses.

How are Hose Clamps Made?

Clamps can be made of soft metal like brass or bronze, from steel, or in some cases even plastic, though that is rare. How they are made is not so different from the way a screw clamp is made. The first step is to cut them out of the bends of a flat piece of metal. These bends can be formed either by stamping the part out and bending it, or by cutting out a piece on a CNC machine and bending it with a press brake. At that point there are two primary ways to make a hose clamp.

Hose clamps are made of metal alloys that use a screw to tighten the clamp around hoses and other pieces of machinery. These clamps are used on everything from car engines to plumbing in buildings to keep the items together. Hose clamps can be made of stainless steel, zinc, or aluminium. They hold hoses together tightly so that there is not any leakage. The hose clamp can also be used even with hoses that are under pressure, so there is no need to worry about clamp failure while you are driving or using your machinery.

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