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T Screw Clamps

T-screw clamps are mechanical clamping devices commonly used in animal feed, and other industrial applications. T-screw clamps typically consist of a threaded screw, a handle or knob for tightening. By tightening the screw using the handle or knob, the T-screw clamp applies pressure around the hose holding the coupling firmly in place.

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Industrial Hoses

Industrial hoses are robust, flexible tubes designed to convey fluids, gases, or granular materials under varying conditions and pressures. These hoses are employed across a diverse range of industries, including petrochemical, food processing, construction, and manufacturing, to name just a few. Made from materials such as rubber, PVC, or metal, they can be reinforced with layers of textile, wire, or other synthetic materials for added strength and durability.

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Hose Couplings & Fittings

Hose couplings and fittings are essential components used to connect, adapt, or control the flow of fluid in various hose assemblies. These components can be found in a myriad of applications such as water supply, hydraulic systems, and industrial processes. Couplings come in different shapes, materials, and sizes - ranging from simple clamps and sleeves to more complex quick-connect or threaded fixtures.

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T-screw clamps, sometimes known as "T-handle clamps," are clamping devices that use a T-shaped screw for tightening and securing. These clamps find applications in various fields, from woodworking and metalworking to plumbing and automotive maintenance. Here are some benefits of using T-screw clamps:

Strong and Secure Clamping

  1. High Clamping Force: The T-screw mechanism allows for the application of significant clamping force, ensuring a secure and stable grip.

  2. Uniform Pressure: These clamps can provide uniform pressure across the clamping area, reducing the risk of material deformation and improving the quality of work.

Ease of Use

  1. User-Friendly: The T-handle provides a convenient grip for users, making it easier to apply the required torque for tightening.

  2. Quick Adjustment: The T-screw design usually allows for quicker and easier adjustments compared to some other types of clamps.


  1. Multiple Applications: T-screw clamps can be used for a variety of tasks, including but not limited to woodworking, metal clamping, and securing hoses or pipes.

  2. Various Sizes and Materials: They come in different sizes and materials, making them suitable for diverse applications and environments.

Durability and Longevity

  1. Sturdy Construction: These clamps are often made from durable materials like high-strength steel, ensuring they can withstand high levels of force and wear.

  2. Corrosion Resistance: Some T-screw clamps are made of corrosion-resistant materials or coatings, making them suitable for use in challenging environments.

Precision and Control

  1. Fine-Tuning: The screw mechanism allows for precise control over the clamping force, which can be critical in applications where too much force could damage materials.


  1. Affordability: While the cost can vary depending on the material and size, T-screw clamps are generally affordable and offer good value for the price.

  2. Reusable: Their robust construction and adjustability make them reusable across different tasks and projects, offering long-term value.


  1. Reduced Slippage: The strong clamping force and the screw mechanism make it less likely for the clamp to slip, enhancing safety during operations.

  2. Enhanced Stability: The robust clamping provided by T-screw clamps can contribute to a safer and more stable working environment, especially in applications that involve high forces or vibrations.

Like any other clamping solution, it's crucial to choose the right type of T-screw clamp for your specific needs. Factors to consider include the material you'll be clamping, the required clamping force, and the environmental conditions the clamp will be exposed to. Always consult manufacturer guidelines or experts for proper selection and use.