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What are Key Clamps?

Also known as ‘Tube Clamps’ or ‘Pipe Clamps’, Key Clamps can be used for interior and exterior applications. Their tubular, easy-to-install design makes them ideal for cost-effective handrails or guardrails. The brilliance and convenience of this is how quick and easy it is to assemble. All that is required is a Hexagon Key (Allen key) to create a tight and reliable joint.

Endless Possibilities

The range of intersections available means that fashioning virtually any structure is possible. From both practical applications such as handrails for public footpaths and wheelchair access ramps to more obscure uses such as garment racking and bed frames, key clamps have proven to allow users to design and assemble a strong and hard-wearing structure. Another advantage of tube clamps is that the structure can be permanent or temporary, in which case it can be reused, and even reassembled in a different structure, this is advantageous when using for the likes of scaffolding or even retail displays.

With the wide variety of tube and clamp sizes, the system can be used for industrial, commercial and domestic purposes:

  • Handrails and guardrails for walkways and public footpaths
  • Railway guardrailing
  • Wheelchair access ramps
  • Staircases – interior and exterior
  • Safety barriers and guardrails
  • Queuing management systems
  • Stadium crowd control
  • Trolley bays
  • Fire escapes
  • Bicycle stands/cycle racks
  • Playground equipment
  • Market stalls
  • Exhibition stands and displays
  • Racking/shelving – industrial and domestic
  • Agricultural enclosures and cattle milking systems
  • Machinery guards and enclosures
  • Roof guardrails

Tube Clamp Finishes

We galvanise all of our tubes and tube clamp fittings for a tough and robust finish.

We can also polyester powder coat your key clamp system to both add another layer of durability as well as making your railing system more aesthetically pleasing. This involves spraying the tubes and clamps with a fine coating of a polyester powder using an electrostatic gun, which is then heated in a curing oven to bond the coating to the metal. Unlike simply painting your system, powder coating it will give it a glossy even finish, with no drip marks.

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