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Cable clamp 16mm (100 / pack)

Cable clamp 16mm (100 / pack)

€15.95 +VAT
  • For metal: 65
  • Solvent - based paints and varnishes: 68
  • Temperature range: 90
  • Hair / brush height mm: 06
  • Mark: 09
  • Accuracy +/- mm: 0
  • Number of puller arms: 40
  • LED: 2
Supplier:
HA
Hammerjack OÜ
verified supplier
Response time: usually up to 1 day
Cable clamp 13mm (200 / pc pack)

Cable clamp 13mm (200 / pc pack)

€24.04 +VAT
  • For metal: 65
  • Solvent - based paints and varnishes: 68
  • Temperature range: 90
  • Hair / brush height mm: 06
  • Mark: 09
  • Accuracy +/- mm: 0
  • Number of puller arms: 40
  • LED: 2
Supplier:
HA
Hammerjack OÜ
verified supplier
Response time: usually up to 1 day
VZPD 092-06 Double clamp 2x1-4mm2 400V blue

VZPD 092-06 Double clamp 2x1-4mm2 400V blue

€0.18 +VAT
PLN 0.83
  • Gross weight [kg]: 0.008
  • Height [mm]: 23
  • Width [mm]: 10
  • Net weight [kg]: 0.008
  • Length [mm]: 26
  • Colour: blue
  • Expiry date / warranty: 1 year
  • Customs code of the CN: 85369010
Supplier:
KU
KURCZOBA I S-KA S.J.
verified supplier
Response time: usually up to 3 days
VZPD 092-05 Double clamp 2x1-4mm2 400V black

VZPD 092-05 Double clamp 2x1-4mm2 400V black

€0.18 +VAT
PLN 0.83
  • Colour: black
  • Gross weight [kg]: 0.008
  • Height [mm]: 23
  • Width [mm]: 10
  • Net weight [kg]: 0.008
  • Length [mm]: 26
  • Expiry date / warranty: 1 year
  • Customs code of the CN: 85369010
Supplier:
KU
KURCZOBA I S-KA S.J.
verified supplier
Response time: usually up to 3 days
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Clamping clamps

Clamps are part of a large group of clamps used in electrical engineering to fix cables, wires and especially rigid conduits. Depending on the nature and location of the installation, the clamps are made of metal or plastic, usually polyamide.

The versatility of these small but very helpful elements makes them also used in other branches, e.g. heating or sewerage.

Clamps for electrical installations

Cable clamping systems for electrical installations cover a wide range of products, which include metal cable clamps, used mainly for fixing cables of large cross-sections, plastic cable clamps, used for fixing of flush mounted installations, clamping bands, or triptychs with a very wide range of applications (installations, electrical switchboards, control cabinets and racks, cable trays and ladders), as well as clamping clamps, both metal and plastic.

Metal brackets

Metal Clamps are usually manufactured as rigid strips of varying lengths and widths, and also the thickness of the sheet metal from which they are made. They are usually of circular or closed hoop design. Sometimes they are used to fix cables and wires with large cross-sections directly to cable trays or ladders. In this case, however, it is advisable to use metal clamps with a rubber lining, which protect not only the place of contact between the cable and the clamp, but also the edges of the element, thus preventing any accidental damage to its insulation. This type of clamping is also characterized by insulating properties, in contrast to classic metal clamps.

The latter, in turn, are useful for fixing rigid electrical installation pipes to the ground. For this purpose, semi-circular clamps with screw fixing or hoop clamps are used, which are additionally equipped with adapted bases. Rimmed clamps, usually use bolted connections for locking, but products with snap fasteners are also available.

The main advantages of metal clamps, mainly made from galvanised or stainless steel, are their high temperature resistance, low chemical reactivity, durability, and rigidity. The latter is important when using heavy gauge wire and cable clamps for mounting, as well as pipes, which may contain many smaller but ultimately heavier electrical media.

Plastic Clamps

An alternative to metal clamps are clamps made of plastic. Polyamide is most commonly used in their manufacture, which provides these components with very good material performance. Among the most important are:

  • corrosion resistance,

  • resistance to UV radiation,

  • slowed down material ageing

  • oil and petrol resistant,

  • no halogens (bromine, chlorine, fluorine, iodine and astatine),

  • recyclable,

  • good temperature resistance (from -40 to even +90 degrees Celsius permanent temperature resistance, while polyamide is able to survive in unchanged form also at higher instantaneous temperatures).

The clamps made of plastic are suitable for use indoors under normal conditions, but also outdoors and in objects with specific applications. Due to their anti-corrosion properties, they are well suited for use in swimming pools for example, and due to their resistance to chemicals, many clamps (depending on manufacturer) can also be used in chemical factories or galvanizing plants.

Most of the plastic clamps available on the market have snap closures and are integrated with a base which is fastened to the floor with screws.