The panel support receptacle can be placed directly on a corner connector in order to serve as a mount for a correctly cut panel whereby the panel can be laid in the receptacle or on it – both of its sides can be used. In the middle of the diagonal section there is a hole provided where the panel can be attached to the receptacle with a screw. This receptacle is sold without the screw. If you want a mount that is flush with the surrounding tube when you lay the panel in the receptacle, the panel must have a thickness of 15 mm.
The tube brackets (sold without screws) can be laid on a tube and then be used as a panel support for a base plate or tabletop or as a panel holder for backplates or cover panels. The width of the brackets is 20 mm, the length is 39 or, alternatively, in the case of the double connector brackets, about 55 mm.
The inner tube connectors have a total length of 115 mm and a diameter of 24 mm, or alternatively 26 mm in the case of the connectors for stainless steel tubes.
The thread insert is made of steel and has the following dimensions: disc base: diameter = 28mm, height = 5 mm; the body diameter = 24 mm (25,6 mm for version “E” for stainless steel), height 30 mm. The diameter of the metric inner thread is 10 mm.
As a companion product we have the adjustable foot with a total length of 70 mm. The black hooded base (foot) is made of polyamide and has a diameter of 45 mm.
The floor mount for the tubes is sold without a grub screw (requires a M6 screw).
The connector screws are 25 mm long, have 6.0 mm metric threads and a spanner opening (hexagon socket in the head) of 5 mm.
Fast and effective tube or pipe constructions can be made using the Interclamp fittings. The connectors make possible very economical and variable constructions, even those with ambitious design elements.
The manufacturer produces fittings for five different tube diameters (please inquire). For the time being our warehouse program includes only one diameter which is good for small interior constructions. In the near future we plan to expand our range of goods and thereby carry a larger number of diameters.
The tube fittings are produced without any welds in conformance with the German norm BS EN 1562:1997 which describes a well proven hard-wearing malleable cast iron. The high quality standards provide for the absorption of great static forces and thereby guarantees a stable joint connection with a clean look. The fittings are hot-dipped galvanised to German norm BS EN ISO 1461:1999 to produce a durable corrosion resistant finished surface. Quality set screws are used as these are a vital component in the structural integrity of the fitting.
The following Interclamp fittings have been tested and type approved by TÜV Rhineland which is the leading independent test house in Europe. A copy of the test certificates will be sent to you upon request:
101, 104, 116, 119, 125, 128, 129, 130, 131, 132, 135, 136, 137, 143, 144, 145, 146, 147, 148, 149, 150, 152, 153, 154, 155, 156, 158, 161, 165, 167, 168, 169, 173, 176
The uses of the pipe fittings are so varied as to be inexhaustible. Typical clamp applications are hand railings, safety guardrails, fencing, playground equipment, shop fitting, milking parlours, racking, sports practice nets, greenhouses, exhibition stands, roof top fall prevention, pedestrian barriers, wheelchair access ramps, bicycle stands, carports, advertising and lighting scaffolding, clothes racks and storage shelves (just to name a few!)
The following types are designed to be used for adjustable angles: type 124, type 129: 30°-60°; type 130 30°-45°; type 152, 153, 154, 155 and 156: 0°-11°
These tube/pipe fittings are easy to work with. A simple 6.35 (1/4 inch) mm Allen key (hex-wrench) is the only tool necessary to build a construction using Interclamp pipe fittings. A 6.00 mm Allen key should NOT be used because it will spin and likely strip the screw fitting when pressure is applied.