The purpose of a Worm Gear Hose Clamp is to fasten a hose to a fitting so that the fluid within the hose does not escape through the connection. This is accomplished by clamping down on the hose.
Car engines and washroom fixtures are among the most common attachments.
Furthermore, stainless steel worm drive hose clamps may be used in a range of sectors to safeguard the movement of items, liquids, gases, and chemicals.
First, a worm screw clamp is put on the edge of a hose.
This hose edge is then wrapped around the desired item.
It is necessary to now tighten the gear hose clamp, which will both secure the hose in place and make certain that nothing from inside the hose may escape.
Most of the time, worm drive clamps are not used when the pressure is very high. They are more often employed in situations with lower pressures.
They are also useful when something needs to be fixed quickly, especially at home.
Having stated that, they are used in a variety of sectors, some of which being the automotive, agricultural, and maritime industries.
Worm drive hose clamps were the very first type of worm drive hose clamp to be manufactured. They were first produced in the year 1921.
Metal worm gear clamp are the most common kind of hose clamp because of their ease of use, efficiency, and adaptability. These clamps are perfect for attaching flexible hoses to solid fittings.
The BREEZE AERO-SEAL® was the first perforated stainless steel worm gear clamp that was ever created.
The architecture of the heavy duty four-piece Quadra-Lock makes it possible to send a much greater amount of tightening tension to the band perforations.
Use for various heavy-duty industrial applications as well as airplanes.
As specified by SAE standard J1508 Type “F,” the band measures 9/16″ (14.2 mm) and the slotted hex screw measures 5/16″ (7.9 mm.)
In the realm of clamping technology, the Breeze CONSTANT-TORQUE® clamps represents a major advancement.
The CONSTANT-TORQUE® clamp has a spring mechanism called a “Belleville spring” that makes it possible for the clamp to automatically change its diameter based on changes in operational or environmental temperatures.
This one-of-a-kind design completely does away with “cold flow” leaks.
An expanded inner liner is a feature shared by the Aero-Seal and the Heavy Duty construction Breeze CT clamps. This feature helps to maintain a constant sealing pressure and shields various kinds of hoses from being damaged.
This product is in accordance with the SAE standard J1508 Type “SLHD.”
An integrated elongation of the band serves as an inner wall in the BREEZE LINER hose clamp. This liner prevents damage to soft-surface hoses like silicone and others that may otherwise be caused by protrusion or tearing through the band perforations.
In addition to protecting sensitive hoses, liner clamps provide a concentric seal.
According to the SAE standard J1508 Type “F,” the standard band is 1/2″ (12.7mm) wide, and the screw has a 5/16″ (7.9mm) slotted hex head.
Lightweight, streamlined clamps like the BREEZE MINI are often utilized in small diameter applications like air and fuel lines.
The compact design makes it possible to put in regions that are difficult to access.
Despite requiring just 10 to 15 in./lbs. of installation torque, this clamp generates a significant amount of sealing pressure.
Band width of 5/16″ (7.9 mm) and screw length of 1/4″ (6.4 mm) with a slotted hex head, as specified by SAE standard J1508 Type “M.”
For automotive and industrial applications, BREEZE POWER-SEAL® clamps are an all-purpose solution.
Four-piece Quadra-Lock structure provides exceptional strength and durability. Plus it surpasses all SAE criteria.
Use for any application that requires a conventional clamp.
SAE standard J1508 Type “F” calls for a 1/2″ (12.7 mm) band and a 5/16″ (7.9 mm) slotted hex head screw.
The performance-engineered Breeze Spring-Loaded T-Bolt clamps provide extensive application coverage.
These Breeze Spring Loaded T-bolt clamps satisfy the same criteria for durability, torque, and quality as the conventional Breeze T-bolt clamps.
Constant tension performance is improved by the spring design.
The springs are available in two strengths: standard and heavy.
Per SAE standard J1508 Type “SLTB,” this band is 3/4″ (19mm) wide.
Please request a quote or additional information on any of these quality hose clamps:
- BREEZE AERO-SEAL®
- BREEZE CONSTANT-TORQUE®
- BREEZE MINI
- BREEZE POWER-SEAL®
- BREEZE T-BOLT SPRING-LOADED