Fresh Water Systems

Stainless Steel Hose Clamp Marine Grade 300 SAE size 12 for 1/2" to 1-1/4" DIA

Part Number: WC-300SS-12

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These hose clamps are ideal for use in harsh, corrosive environments and applications such as automotive, marine, and agricultural. They are simple to use and have a strong stainless steel construction for long lasting durability and corrosion-resistance.

Specifications
  • Band: 300 SS 1/2" Wide
  • Screw: 304 SS 5/16" Slotted Hex Head
  • Diameter: 1/2" to 1-1/4" (SAE Size 12)
  • Fits: 1/2" to 1-1/4" Hose 

304 Screw (Series 87) vs. 410 Screw (Series 67):

The 304 screw (Series 87) has a high content of nickel. The 410 (Series 67) offers no nickel content. Type 304 (Series 87) when finished could be used where a non-magnetic material is required, where as the 410 (Series 67) cannot.  The 304 (Series 87) screw rod is resistant to atmospheric corrosion and many organic chemicals and a wide variety of inorganic chemicals, while the 410 (Series 67) typically will resist corrosion in only light industrial and domestic environments.




These hose clamps are ideal for use in harsh, corrosive environments and applications such as automotive, marine, and agricultural. They are simple to use and have a strong stainless steel construction for long lasting durability and corrosion-resistance.

Specifications
  • Band: 300 SS 1/2" Wide
  • Screw: 304 SS 5/16" Slotted Hex Head
  • Diameter: 1/2" to 1-1/4" (SAE Size 12)
  • Fits: 1/2" to 1-1/4" Hose 

304 Screw (Series 87) vs. 410 Screw (Series 67):

The 304 screw (Series 87) has a high content of nickel. The 410 (Series 67) offers no nickel content. Type 304 (Series 87) when finished could be used where a non-magnetic material is required, where as the 410 (Series 67) cannot.  The 304 (Series 87) screw rod is resistant to atmospheric corrosion and many organic chemicals and a wide variety of inorganic chemicals, while the 410 (Series 67) typically will resist corrosion in only light industrial and domestic environments.


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