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Multiclamp is a system. A system of components, each one engineered to a high standard - that together build to provide effective, all-purpose pipework clamping. Multiclamp offers creative and cost-effective environmental benefits to the system designer and, installer. Creating accurate runs of, varying diameter tubes, pipes, hoses and cables in all industries.
The neat design of pipe line runs offers easy maintenance of machinery and plant equipment. Visual planning of line runs is straightforward with Multiclamp - accurate installations can be achieved without skilled labour – keeping costs down and quality up
Anyone can use Multiclamp and only the basic, everyday tools are required. From one pipe to almost any number - because each Multiclamp ‘position’ can be visually sighted and its position adjusted - an almost guaranteed straight run can be obtained. Equally, changes of plane or direction can be achieved simply and securely.Group pipe sizes together to obtain the most economical use of three basic Multiclamp Series. Some sites will require all pipes mounted in one single plane - either vertical or horizontal. When stacked modules are preferred, the only work to be done on the Multiclamp is to saw off the desired length. If a large number of pipe lines are to be run, it is recommended that the upper clamping unit is simply cut into two lines only, and progressively assembled by securing two pipes at a time. It will be recognised that most odd lengths on site will be used, and one man can easily cope with a large number of pipe lines by this simple progressive build up. This assembly will provide easy access for servicing and replacing pipes. This method also reduces the quantity of Stacking Nuts and Studs by 50%. If a factory installation is being built in phases, it would be wise to leave the first phase with a lower clamping unit and Stacking Nuts in position ready to receive pipe runs for the next building phase.