Worm drive hose clamps are highly engineered for heavy-duty applications. They’re called worm drive clamps in reference to the helical-threaded screw or worm gear that is housed inside the clamp.
When an installer turns the screw, it meshes with the slots in the band and tightens the clamp. The clamp provides a hi-torque grip on the hose connection that eliminates leaking or loosening.
IFE worm drive hose clamps in German and Swedish styles are remarkable for their features and holding power.
However, have ever wondered what the differences are between the two styles? And did you know that both styles typically perform above American style clamps?
According to Advance Components, the differences between the German and Swedish worm hole clamps might look minimal to the eye, but the engineers at IFE have made them distinctly different to meet the standards for a multitude of industries.
Advance Components’ FastenerLab uncovers and explains the difference between the German and Swedish styles while sharing exactly what makes these IFE super clamps the strongest hose grippers in the market.
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