£3.60 – £10.40 exVAT
Where are standard tri-clamps used?
Companies in the food, beverage, and biopharmaceutical industries depend on standard tri-clamps to join different parts of their process lines together. They ensure a well-sealed and leak proof join (when assembled properly that is).
Two flanged ends are brought together with a gasket between them and a standard tri-clamp to seal the join.
Why choose a standard tri-clamp?
Available in 304 and 316 Stainless steel. The standard tri-clamp can withstand a wide array of temperatures. It’s reusable, easy to clean and maintain, and can be cleaned in place (CIP). This is a great benefit for high purity process lines found in food, beverage and biopharma companies.
These tri-clamps are also super easy to fit and remove from a process, which is of great benefit to single use process lines.
Where not to use a standard tri-clamp
There are times when a different clamp would be more suitable to your process line, for example, where metal is not compatible or when you need to accommodate a smart gasket for sampling purposes – see our full line here.
How not to use a standard tri-clamp
You don’t been to be the Hulk to assemble a tri-clamp and many a process line has fallen foul of an over tightened clamp! Check out our in-house comic ‘The Gasket Squasher’ if you don’t believe us! (OK, it’s more of a super-helpful and informative brochure than a comic, but it’s still a fun read).
AND Never forget that it is of critical importance to choose the right gasket for your process – the right clamp can never compensate for the a poorly selected gasket.
Want to make sure you always choose the right gasket for the job? Why not read our guide to Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Gaskets.
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Setting new standards for purity
Up close and personal
-60 to +200°C
Transfer Lines, Process Lines, Service Lines
304 Stainless Steel, 316 Stainless Steel
Everything you need to know
|Standard Tri-Clamp Part Numbers|
|0.5″ – 0.75″|
|1″ – 1.5″|