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Clamp-Together Industrial Duct & Fittings

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Clamp-together industrial ducts and fittings reduce duct installation time using rolled-edge ducts and clamps rather than fasteners or other connection methods. They are commonly used for dust collection, wood processing facilities, and other ventilation processes where ducts are semi-permanent and prone to reconfiguration.

Pipe

Pipe

Pipes are the main component of a clamp-together duct system. They feature rolled ends that allow quick and easy connection with another pipe or fitting using a clamp. They are made with various materials to suit different applications and installation requirements.

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Couplers

Couplers
Couplers connect two ducts by clamping onto the cut end of one duct and the rolled edge of the other. The clamp engages with an O-ring placed on the cut pipe that acts like the rolled edge of the other pipe. This allows users to cut duct pipes to custom lengths and make a secure connection between them.
Couplers
Replacement O-Rings
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Clamps

Clamps

Clamps provide a way to quickly and easily connect two duct components with rolled edges. They feature an integrated seal and can be quickly operated with one hand.

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Elbows

Elbows

Elbows connect pipes and fittings at pre-set angles to route ducts as needed. They feature rolled edges for quick-clamp connections and are made in various materials and thicknesses for different applications.

30 ° Angle

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45 ° Angle

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60 ° Angle

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90 ° Angle

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Branches

Branches

Branches connect to pipes and other duct pieces to combine or split into multiple paths. They are installed using rolled-edge quick-clamp ends or by sliding over an opening in an existing duct. They are made in a variety of materials and thicknesses for different applications.

90 ° Tee Branch

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30 ° Wye Branch

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60 ° Wye Branch

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30 ° Double Branch

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90 ° Tap In

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30 ° In Cut

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Adapters

Adapters

Adapters connect clamp-together duct components to other types of ventilation components and ducts. Different adapters can create smooth connections between machinery, flanged parts, hoses, and other HVAC components.

Angle Flange Adapter

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Hose Adapter

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Machine Adapter

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Reducers

Reducers
Reducers connect different-sized ducts to ensure smooth, continuous airflow. They connect to clamp-together ducting and reduce down to another size. They come in a variety of materials and thicknesses for different applications.
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End Caps

End Caps

End caps connect to the end of a clamp-together duct pipe and seal it off. This allows users to terminate ducting runs and close off unused ducting ports.

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Flanges

Flanges

Flanges connect to the ends of duct pipes and provide a removable mounting point for other flanged duct pieces. They feature a collar that fits over the duct and an integrated rim with bolt holes to connect to other flanged components. This non-permanent connection allows ducts to be disassembled and reassembled for maintenance or repairs.

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Butterfly Dampers

Butterfly Dampers

Butterfly dampers open and close by rotating an internal gate to control airflow in the connected duct. They feature flanged connection points on their ends and are made using several materials for different applications. These dampers are designed for clean-air applications and may not function if used in other applications.

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Blast Gates

Blast Gates

These blast gates feature rolled edges that easily connect to clamp-together ducts and allow users to control airflow manually or pneumatically. Manual blast gates are operated by hand and require no external power source. Pneumatic blast gates use pressurized air and an electric control solenoid to open and close the gate.

Manual Blast Gate

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Pneumatic Blast Gate with 120V AC Solenoid

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Hoods

Hoods

Hoods connect to the ends of ducts and draw in smoke, dust, air, and other debris from specific areas or equipment. They come in two styles and are made of different materials, depending on the application. Bell mouth hoods have flared ends that increase the intake area and help create smooth airflow. Router hoods capture dust and debris from a router table. They are similar to surface grinder hoods and are often used to replace each other if they are the same size and shape.

Bell Mouth Hood

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Router Hood

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Vibration Isolators

Vibration Isolators

Vibration isolators connect to clamp-together duct sections to isolate the fan and other vibration-producing components from the rest of the system, reducing potential noise and damage due to continual vibration. They feature connection points with rolled edges that connect to other clamp-together parts and a flexible middle section that absorbs vibrations. These isolators are made of different materials and thicknesses for specific applications.

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Floor Sweeps

Floor Sweeps
Floor sweeps provide a floor-level dust collection port which users can sweep sawdust and other debris into, making cleanup faster and easier. These sweeps feature a manually operated door that helps maintain the vacuum and prevents the accidental intake of materials when not in use.
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Ball Joints

Ball Joints

Ball joints attach to clamp-together ducts and provide a swiveling connection point. They can point approximately 22° from their centerline in any direction, allowing users to adjust and reconfigure their ducts without installing new components or removing existing ones.

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Jet Caps

Jet Caps

Jet caps prevent rain from entering the HVAC system at the roof exhaust point. They feature an internal funnel that collects rainwater and channels it outside the duct. Depending on the application, they are made with different materials in different thicknesses.

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Weather Caps

Weather Caps

Weather caps prevent rain and other forms of precipitation from entering the HVAC system. They feature a wide rain cap positioned several inches above the screened intake. The screen reduces the chance of animals and foreign objects entering and possibly damaging the ventilation system.

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