This section provides an overview for repair clamps as well as their applications and principles. Also, please take a look at the list of 10 repair clamp manufacturers and their company rankings.
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Repair clamps are leak-stop devices used to repair leaks in piping quickly.
Since the leak can be repaired without removing the contents of the piping, the leak can be repaired without stopping the operation of the facility. In addition, since installation and tightening are very easy, the repair work can be completed in as little as 5 to 10 minutes.
In addition to straight pipes, various types of joints, such as sockets for straight pipes, elbows for angled connections, and T-shaped cheeses, can also be leak-proofed in the same way as straight pipes.
Repair clamps are used to repair leaks quickly without removing the contents of the piping, even while the equipment is running. Therefore, they are used for leak repair work in hotels, hospitals, condominiums, factories, and other places where equipment cannot be stopped in the event of a sudden leak.
They are also used for repairing in places where it is difficult to replace piping, or as a temporary stopgap until the piping is replaced.
Repair Clamps are intended for repair and cannot be used for normal plumbing connections.
There are various types of repair clamps, depending on the material and shape of the piping to be repaired.
For the material of the piping, there are sockets for steel pipes, copper pipes, and polyvinyl chloride (PVC) pipes.
Steel pipes are made of carbon steel, stainless steel, and other diverse products, and are used in a wide range of piping applications, including oil and gas pipelines, water and sewage systems, building water supply and drainage, and factory piping. Copper pipes are used for building water pipes and other piping applications, taking advantage of copper's properties of high sterilization and corrosion resistance. Vinyl chloride pipes are used for ventilation pipes, water supply pipes, and drainage pipes because of their low resistance inside the pipes and high corrosion resistance.
There are three types of pipe shapes: straight pipe-only type, dual-use type, and multi-fitting type.
The straight pipe exclusive type can be used only for repairing straight pipes. Repair Clamps are available in various lengths, from small leakage holes to long leakage points due to corrosion, and can be selected according to the size of the leak.
The dual-use type is a repair clamp socket that can be used not only for straight pipes but also for sockets, elbows, cheese, and various other shapes of joints.
The multi-fitting type is a repair clamp that can crimp only the edge of fittings, enabling repair of valves, flanges, and other fittings that cannot be crimped even with the dual-use type.
Repair clamps are available in a combination of pipe materials and shapes, including straight steel pipe, steel pipe, steel pipe multi-fitting, straight copper pipe, copper pipe, and vinyl chloride pipe.
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