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PP Clamp Can Help Industrial Operations Solve Infrastructure Shortcomings


If done right, the lifespan of your average weld will o […]

If done right, the lifespan of your average weld will outlive the object it was done on. If you need to join two pipes and have the equipment and know how to complete a professional weld, you’re golden. If you’re like the rest of us and never perfected the technique and certainly don’t have the welding equipment, you’re going to be searching for “plan B.” Problem is, plan B could take days to implement if you don’t have a solution on hand and emergencies could make an already bad situation that much worse. Enter PP clamp and all the ways that this innovative product allows industrial clients to quickly and securely fasten to pipe ends together. In this blog, we’ll explore some of the real-world applications of PP clamps and show how this product can create lasting bonds in lieu of welds.

In an emergency, those in the fields of shipbuilding, various utilities, pulp and paper, petro-chemical or food and drug processing know that a slowdown in production is inexcusable. Clients and consumers are counting on the timely delivery of goods and services so a defect in the various heavy-wall or thin-wall pipes that are routed through your facility can quickly turn into an all-hands emergency. With PP clamps, diameters anywhere from 4 inches to 48 inches are covered. The clamps enhance safety and productivity while improving quality control. The straightforward use of pipe-to-pipe or pipe-to-elbow connectors means solutions can be deployed almost immediately – granted you’ve invested in PP clamps and have them on standby. Given the high-stakes scenarios in their respective industries, industrial clients can certainly count on PP clamps to solve problems at their plants.

For readers considering these devices, it’s essential to consider the material of the pipes that you’ll be joining. Carbon steel, stainless steel and aluminum are all covered by the “Top Liner” product from Walhonde Tools Inc., for example. Weighing in at 73 lbs., the “Top Liner” connectors designed for 14-inch carbon steel pipes provide the dependable solution for those who can’t tolerate any margin for error.

Even a closed system with controllable variables can fail and cause tragic accidents that claim workers’ lives. “Maintaining, assessing and inspecting the equipment is the main way to keep a business out of the headlines,” the website states. There’s little doubt that PP clamp can fit into these inspection plans.

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