EZ White Snap Clamp 1-1/2 Inch X 4 Inches Wide for 1-1/2 Inch PVC Pipe 10 Per Bag
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- EZ snap clamps, for frequent use (use HD clamps for long term use)
- ABS clamps have higher temperature resistance and gripping strength
- Compatible with any type of pipe, including PVC (see description for sizing)
- Excellent for building greenhouses, row covers, shelters, quilting frames and more
- Holds material on tubular frame
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|Manufacturer Part Number||15-EZ|
|Material Type||polyvinyl chloride|
|Package Height||2.2 x 4.5 x 9.4 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.55 pounds|
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Snap Clamps are used to attach tarps, shade cloth, netting, or other material to pipe. Some applications include greenhouses, row covers, shelters, bird protection, dog beds, and quilting frames.
Two types of clamps are available, both made out of ABS: an HD snap clamp for long term use and an EZ snap clamp for light duty, or frequent use on and off. ABS clamps have a higher temperature resistance compared to a PVC snap clamp, allowing it to keep it's gripping power for a long time. Snap Clamps are heat sensitive and may lose gripping strength if exposed to temperatures greater than 140 degrees F.
Clamp size is based on the inside diameter of the PVC pipe it clips on. When used on conduit, poly pipe, or other pipe measured by outside dimensions, use 1/4" smaller Snap Clamp (i.e. 1" poly pipe would take a 3/4" Snap Clamp).
Top Customer Reviews
They did cause marks in the blackout cloth that are permanent so I don't know if putting something light in between the clamp and cloth would make this not happen or maybe they apply too much pressure to work with the blackout cloth. We just have to make sure we clamp on in the same place to go over the marks in the future.
(We have a PVC frame that is used for our backdrop for events, stage appearance, and for other things like photobooths.)