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Stainless Steel Worm Gear Tubing Clamp #1 1/8" - 1/2" OD

Stainless Steel Worm Gear Tubing Clamp #1 1/8" - 1/2" OD

SKU: K124

These Stainless Steel Tubing Clamps are durable, reusable, worm-gear style clamps that help ensure you have an secure connection between barbed fittings and tubing. These are a must when attaching gas lines, or any time you want to ensure a leak proof connection. A simple flat head screwdriver is all you need to tighten this clamp.

These clamps are adjustable and can accommodate tubing sizes from 1/8" to 1/2" OD.
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These Stainless Steel Tubing Clamps are durable, reusable, worm-gear style clamps that help ensure you have an secure connection between barbed fittings and tubing. These are a must when attaching gas lines, or any time you want to ensure a leak proof connection. A simple flat head screwdriver is all you need to tighten this clamp.

These clamps are adjustable and can accommodate tubing sizes from 1/8" to 1/2" OD.
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Great Clamp
I used this for my MLT to hold the 3/8" High Temp Tubing (H8110) on the valve and it worked. It was snug to get on but once it was on it was easy to work with.
April 10, 2013
Simple and work great.
These clamps are simple, cheap, and do exactly what you need them to do. They were perfect for holding the tubing on my wort chiller, and I needed extra when I expanded my setup to include kegging. Highly recommended.
April 18, 2013
Like it over the other kind.
This is a good product. I prefer it over your ear clamps that get locked in place. These you can take off and attach to different hoses to different fixtures which I find convenient. I had originally worried that there would be an issue with it not holding a seal as well as an ear clamp but I had worried in vain. Have not had any issues with tubing leaking on either gas or liquid lines. I would suggest buying a good amount of these, simply because I lose them alot so it's nice to have a few on hand if one walks off.
May 16, 2013
Locks hosing in place
When these are fastened snugly, they don't slip. They are easy to remove if you have to take equipment apart, and can then be retightened. I use these for all my liquid connections and the stainless steel resists corrosion.
July 22, 2013
Solid clamp, gets the job done!
Easy to use, just the right size. No frills, just a solid clamp to secure your tubing! Cheap enough to have a few on standby!
July 25, 2013
easy to use
I got a few of these to connect and clamp my keg tubing since they are reusable and very simple to install. You can probably grab these from a hardware store but these were convenient enough to throw a few in my order and skip a trip to the store.
August 1, 2013
handy worm screw
I used these to clamp the tubing and fittings on the wort chiller I built. Nice and easy assembly, and will allow easy maintenance if I need to change out any pieces. Also less expensive than at my local hardware store.
August 24, 2013
Great product for smaller lines
Simple to use, good quality; however, I would use the next size up for your gas lines - it's a really tight fit with these ones.
August 31, 2013
useful clamp
Its an easy to use worm clamp. It holds tight and can be removed and reused many times, which I've done. They are better than ear clamps.
September 24, 2013
Secure for kegging
Once its screwed tight it locks in securely and wont slip. I use them for all my liquid tubing connections. For gas they may leak.
November 22, 2013
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I can't believe Bret W. The length of band around a 1/2" tube would be 3.14 * 1/2" = 1.57". So if you could hold a 1/2" OD tube, the band would be at least 1.57" + overlap. To hold a 1/8" tube, the distance around that tube would be 3.14 * 1/8" = .3925". Since the band is at least 1.57", you would have .3925" going around the 1/8" tube and 1.1775" (3 times the distance around the 1/8" tube) left over. I don't want to fork out money for a lot of clamps that are not going to work due to mislabeling. Who would design a worm gear band clamp that only uses 1/4 of the band? How could equal pressure around the circumference be achieved with such a clamp? The screw would have to be big and small at the same time to handle such a range. You have got to be wrong Bret W.
P L on Jan 13, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The product description is correct, these clamps do clamp down to a 1/8" diameter. When using these at their smallest, be aware that it does not form a perfect circle, but they do seal quite well and we have used them with success for a myriad of small diameter applications here.

Gabe from Midwest
Will these clamp down to 1/8" OD? I have a line that is about 3/16 OD. I doubt a clamp has a range of 1/8" to 1/2". That would mean it would spin around itself 3 times!

The picture is that of an Ideal Micro-Gear: http://idealtridon.com/aftermarket/micro-gear/

The smallest Ideal Micro-Gear is for ODs from 5/16 to 5/8 (one spin around a 5/16).

If you have a clamp that can indeed clamp 1/8" OD I need a few dozen. I don't think this is it though.
P L on Jan 12, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes, these will clamp hoses effectively from 1/8" - 1/2". I've never had an issue/leak with these in the specified range.
I can't believe Bret W. The length of band around a 1/2" tube would be 3.14 * 1/2" = 1.57". So if you could hold a 1/2" OD tube, the band would be at least 1.57" + overlap. To hold a 1/8" tube, the distance around that tube would be 3.14 * 1/8" = .3925". Since the band is at least 1.57", you would have .3925" going around the 1/8" tube and 1.1775" (3 times the distance around the 1/8" tube) left over. I don't want to fork out money for a lot of clamps that are not going to work due to mislabeling. Who would design a worm gear band clamp that only uses 1/4 of the band? How could equal pressure around the circumference be achieved with such a clamp? The screw would have to be big and small at the same time to handle such a range. You have got to be wrong Bret W.
P L on Jan 13, 2016

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