ProTie Turn Key worm drive hose clamps are great for applications that require repeated removal and reapplication. They have a stainless steel key attached to the screw that allows for easy, tool-free operation of the screw. Outside of the key, they have the same sturdy, corrosion resistant construction as the standard ProTie hose clamps.
ProTie Mini Turn Key worm drive hose clamps are perfect for use in small applications in which regular tools won’t fit. The clamp itself resembles the rest of the ProTie hose clamp lineup in that they’re constructed out of durable, corrosion resistant stainless steel with a 5/16” band, but what sets these clamps apart is the convenient plastic key that activates the screw without requiring any tools.
ProTie mini worm drive hose clamps excel in smaller clamping applications. Like their full size counterparts, these clamps are machined out of high quality stainless steel to ensure durability and resist corrosion. They have 5/16” bands that are a breeze to use in tight quarters but big enough to safely clamp most hoses. They’re fitted with 6mm slotted hex head screws that can be tightened with a few different tools.
These ProTie heavy duty clamps are designed for high pressure applications. They have a wider band (9/16”) and housing that help provide additional strength compared to standard size clamps. They also feature 301 stainless steel, which offers even greater durability and corrosion resistance than the 201 stainless steel found on standard clamps.
ProTie channel bridge T-bolt hose clamps are designed to hold up to the heaviest duty applications. They have a band that’s 3/4” wide and a rigid bridge liner to help breven leaks, especially in softer hose materials. They’re built out of 304 stainless steel, which offers top-of-the-line durability and corrosion resistance, even in marine applications.
ProTie hose clamps serve a broad range of purposes such as home and auto repairs, plumbing, farm and ranch applications, and industrial and marine repairs. They’re constructed out of precision machined stainless steel to ensure durability and corrosion resistance. They have 1/2” bands that make excellent seals for a variety of hose types but are still small enough to fit into tight spots, and they use 8mm slotted hex head screws that you can tighten with a variety of tools.