- Stainless steel band for resistance to scaling and corrosion
- Stainless steel screw resists corrosion
- Worm gear mechanism for precise band adjustment
- Band width of 9/16" provides greater sealing area than smaller width band
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Ideal-Tridon 68 Series Stainless Steel 201/301 Worm Gear Hose Clamp, General Purpose
|Price:||$3.27 - $50.00|
|Material Type||Stainless Steel|
|Additional Features||General Purpose|
|Manufacturer Series Number||68|
|Maximum Lifting Height||0 inches|
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The Ideal-Tridon 68 series stainless steel worm gear clamp has a stainless steel band, housing, and screw, and is for general purpose use. A worm gear mechanism adjusts the clamp’s diameter to precisely apply sealing pressure. The band’s 9/16” width provides a greater sealing area than clamps of smaller width. The band is made of stainless steel that conforms to the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) 201 standard and the housing is made of SAE 301 stainless steel, each providing resistance to scaling and corrosion. The slotted, 5/16” hex-head screw allows installation using a blade screwdriver, nut driver, or socket wrench. The screw is made of SAE 410 low-carbon stainless steel that is resistant to corrosion and is hardened to prevent breaking.
Hose clamps attach hoses to fittings to prevent flow leakage. They come in a variety of designs and distribute uniform pressure over the circumference of hoses to bind them to fittings. Hose clamps are suitable for a large number of industries, and commonly used in industrial, electronic, and automotive applications.
Ideal Clamp Products manufactures worm gear and specialty clamps for automotive, industrial, plumbing, and marine applications. The company, founded in 1913, is headquartered in Smyrna, TN.
Top Customer Reviews
If you have not seen a broken clamp let your, or someone elses, coolant go out on the ground, you have not been watching.
I learned on a sinking boat that doubling up on clamps is a good idea as the guy that owned the boat before me installed 3 on each end all the hoses but one. He missed one place where he could not easily reach or see. I was able to move a back up clamp to the popped one.
Only folks who have no place for anything and get rid of everything they are not using at the moment including screwdrivers, would not keep a full box of every size in use. 5 sizes will pretty much cover your needs for a very long time.
Really affluent folks rely on the tow truck to the repair shop and the rental car. I am not that person.
EVEN if you only use one out of fifty over ten years, if you had it to install the fifty are paid for. Gas just crossed $5 and it takes that much just to go to your napa store if you had a spare car to drive there.
I keep my cars for as much as 30 years as is my best car. Not using new clamps when changing hoses is not very smart unless it is all you can do at the moment. On older vehicles clamps that look fine often twist and break when you try to unscrew them. Taking time to back up your existing clamps is good thinking.Read more ›