Our metal fittings are designed to effectively join or finish off lengths of steel tubes in the construction of frames and semi-permanent structures. Solidly made, they guarantee a fantastic length of service with their fast and simple fitting with reliable and long-lasting results. You can browse our entire range of tube clamps here.
The Interclamp 116 is a 90° corner joint, regularly used for middle rails on level sites. It is often paired with Interclamp 128. The through tube cannot be joined within the fitting.
A 90° joint, the Interclamp 104 is used to join intermediate uprights to top rails on level sites. This tube clamp can be used where the through tube has to be joined with the fitting.
The Interclamp 128 is a 90° corner joint, most often used where the top rail meets a corner upright on level sites. Commonly paired with no. 116.
This Interclamp 132 is a base flange, often used for uprights on level sites. The fixing holes suit a range of masonry anchors.
This Interclamp 173 fitting is quite versatile, and is handy when awkward angles can't be accommodated by adjustable angle fittings. The through tube cannot be joined within the fitting. The assembly is riveted together.
Interclamp 143 is most commonly used to attach to walls, as a positional wall fixing for structures, or to attach kick-plates to uprights. The tube cannot be joined within the fitting.
Interclamp 167 is a versatile swivel fitting that is handy where awkward angles can't be accommodated by angle fittings. The assembly is riveted together, and the through tube cannot be joined within the fitting.
The Interclamp 125 is a 90° angle joint, commonly used where the top rail meets the end upright on level sites.
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