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Pipe Clamps at Direct Channel Support Systems

  • Jan 26, 2022
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What are Pipe Clamps?

Pipe clamps are installation equipment designed to be attached around copper pipes, cables or conduit to support them safely. They are used in the Plumbing, Electrical and Heating industries.

How do Pipe Clamps work?

Pipe clamps are made up of two semi-circular brackets which attach around the pipe needing support. Once this has been done, there are two screws and nuts to secure the pipe clamp. This clamp has a dual thread connection nut which is able to take both M8 & M10 thread to fix to the nearest wall. This tightly secures the pipe in place.

What variations of Pipe Clamps can you expect at Direct Channel?

Here at Direct Channel, we stock different variations of Pipe Clamps specialised to your needs.

  • Rubber lined – EPDM rubber used for a sound installation

  • Unlined – No rubber outline

  • Single fix – One connection nut to fix against the wall

  • Double fix – Two connection nuts to fix against the wall and to other Pipe Clamps

We stock 45 different variations including the sizes. These can be seen below:

  • 12-15mm

  • 12-16mm

  • 16-20mm

  • 15-19mm

  • 20-24mm

  • 23-28mm

  • 31-36mm

  • 38-44mm

  • 44-50mm

  • 54-58mm

  • 59-65mm

  • 62-67mm

  • 66-73mm

  • 62-67mm

  • 74-80mm

  • 81-86mm

  • 83-93mm

  • 95-103mm

  • 108-118mm

  • 121-127mm

  • 126-136mm

  • 132-143mm

  • 135-143mm

  • 159-169mm

  • 198-202mm

  • 210-215mm

  • 216-225mm

  • 249-254mm

All of our Pipe Clamps have a dual thread connection nut that takes both M8 & M10 threads.

Features of Direct Channel’s Premier Pipe Clamps

  • Ribbed Steel Band (20mm x 1.5mm) – Bright Zinc Plated

  • Noise Insulated EPDM Rubber Lined for Anti-Vibration & Sound Reduction

  • Noise insulation according to DIN 4109

  • Fire Behaviour DIN 4102 Class B2

  • Dual Threaded Connection Nut - Takes Both M8 & M10 Thread


Our customers have sent us pictures of the finished plumbing work including the use of Pipe Clamps. The Figure below shows this.

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