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Flex-Tube Bridge Stainless Steel Worm Gear Hose Clamp

Available in multiple versions

4.3 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews

Price: $8.14 - $12.88
Product Specifications
Brand Name Flexaust
Material Type Stainless Steel
LowerTemperature Range -50  Degrees Fahrenheit
Upper Temperature Range 250  Degrees Fahrenheit
Manufacturer Series Number Flex-Tube
Maximum Bend Radius n/a NULL
Outside Diameter n/a  inches
Shape Worm Gear
UNSPSC Code 31162906
Wall Thickness n/a  inches

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10 inches 1 B0050IJHBU
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4 inches 1 B0050IJFH6
$8.14
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$8.38
6 inches 1 B0050IJFY4
$8.78
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Product Features

  • Bridge clamp for joining two pieces of duct hose
  • Used with Flexaust Flex-Tube duct hoses
  • Stainless steel band and welded stainless steel bridge are resistant to corrosion
  • Fits over the helix to create a leak-proof seal
  • Available in clockwise and counter-clockwise configurations

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  • ASIN: B005QP95MI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
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Product Description

The Flexaust Flex-Tube bridge stainless steel hose clamp is used to connect two pieces of Flexaust Flex-Tube duct hose. It consists of a stainless steel band, a welded stainless steel bridge, and a carbon steel tightening screw; the clamp fits over the reinforcing helix of the duct hose to create a leak-proof seal. This clamp is made of stainless steel for resistance to corrosion. Clockwise and counter-clockwise configurations are available. The Flex-Tube bridge clamp is an accessory for use with Flexaust Flex-Tube duct hoses, which are used for a wide range of applications including heating and cooling, ventilation, fume and smoke exhaust, vacuum cleaning, and handling bulk packing materials.

Flexaust manufactures flexible hose, metal ducting, and accessories for industrial and commercial applications. The company, founded in 1938 and headquartered in San Diego, CA, is part of the international Schauenburg Group.

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Size: 8 inchesNumber of Items: 1 Verified Purchase
Wrong direction. Need to say left or right handed. Makes a big difference on how well it seals.
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Size: 8 inchesNumber of Items: 1 Verified Purchase
Worked very well to clam 8 inch rubber -based hose to an eight inch duct fan motor
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Size: 4 inchesNumber of Items: 1 Verified Purchase
Very good quality
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