Installation made simple!
Used to allow quick and easy attachment of tarps, shade cloth fabrics or nettings to almost any type of pipe. The ABS Snap Clamps have higher temperature resistance, better gripping strength and are compatible with many types of pipe, including PVC & EMT (metal conduit). Some applications include greenhouses, row covers, shelters, bird protection, dog beds, and quilting frames.
These durable PVC clamps are UV stabilized and frost resistant to provide many years of dependable use.
|Size/ID||Fits over Schedule 40 PVC with inside diameter||Fits over EMT pipe with outside diameter|
|1/2" (.78" ID)||1/2"||3/4"|
|3/4" (.90" ID)||3/4"||1"|
|1" (1.20" ID)||1"||1-1/4"|
|1-1/4" (1.52" ID)||1-1/4"||1-5/8"|
|1-1/2" (1.70" ID)||1-1/2"||1-7/8"|
|2" (2.20" ID)||2"||2-1/4"|
P65 WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Styrene and/or Vinyl Chloride, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to P65 Warnings.
These seem to me to have the 'just right' grip strength. They are tight but they are also not too difficult to install. I also like the idea that they can be cut to whatever length I deem best. I left mine a bit longer than I thought was needed, as longer seems a good way to assure adequate attachment force and price seem reasonable enough that being too stingy would be unwise.
We used the clips to hold black plastic and beef netting with holes in it to simulate spider webs. The clamps held very well even through a Florida rain storm. Our spider tunnel was a big hit on Halloween. Thank you for your help
These clips really hellped me put my plastic on my hoop/greenhouse. Putting a greenhouse up yourself is a difficult task. The clips helped to hold the plastic in place while I secured it in another place.I am not sure how long they will last but I would be happy with at least one year. If you are covering with insulation and plastic it is too difficult to put them on. I suggest that you try the next size up.
items were the right thing for the job
These are outstanding!
I was concerned they would not fit with the shade cloth but my fears were unfounded. I'm so glad I found these.
We got these to hold our greenhouse plastic down originally. We needed to wrap tarps around a new dog kennel it took just a few minutes and our new puppies were warm and cozy. I love the fact it just snaps on. I hate the fact I sometimes break a finger nail taken them off. They might be cheap but they are very sturdy and strong for the purpose. We really do love these snaps
This happens to be the best method to secure greenhouse film around and it's much much cheaper than the stupid wiggle wire and metal track that doesn't allow you to pull the plastic film tight. This does. You can pull it very taunt and push the snap clamp on it and it'll hold. I find it best to cut it into 4-6 inch pieces. I visited other countries that had tons of greenhouses and they all use this as standard. A recent trip to the Emerald Cup cannabis event had displays of greenhouses and all now use this method instead of that awful wiggle wire and metal track.
I bought these 4 or 5 years ago. I live in the desert and have a decent garden all winter. There are a half dozen times when I need to quickly add a thermal blanket over my 40' long frame (I don't pay much attention to the weather). These make it quick and easy to install and uninstall in a matter of minutes. In summer I keep a 60% shade cloth in place for most of the summer to protect my plants. They have held up well considering most plastic things only last 2 or maybe 3 years in the hot summer sun before falling apart.
The snap clamps have worked perfectly! We cut them into four inch pieces. They grip tightly and hold even the thinnest fabric securely in the wind. My one recommendation is to speak with a salesperson directly as to the correct size needed. I purchased my first snap clamps according to the chart on the website and they were much too large. I DEFINITELY recommend this product. Just make sure you speak with someone who knows the product first.