The Ultimate Hose Clamp

12 Jul

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Tired of your intercooler hoses blowing off on the street or track? Hate the look of unsightly T-Bolt or Worm Drive clamps? Doing a custom pipe setup and don’t want to deal with rubber or silicone interconnects? Have we got a solution for you!

Vibrant has introduced their new VanJen clamp system. Constructed entirely from T6061 aluminum, and featuring a unique Quick Release clamping mechanism, the Vibrant VanJen Clamp provides a leak-free, modular connection that is ideal for pressurized air applications. Capable of withstanding up to 110 psi. operating pressure and temperatures up to 400 deg. F, the VanJen Clamp System is ideal for turbo intake plumbing.

The VanJen Clamp System consists of 2 weld fittings (with O-Rings), one union sleeve, a safety pin and a spring loaded clamp assembly designed specifically for automotive use. Once the fittings are welded to the tubing, the union sleeve houses the fittings and is held in place by the clamp assembly. Once assembled, the VanJen Clamp System provides a flexible connection that can withstand vibration, movements along its axis, lateral misalignment and angular deflection (up to 12 deg.).

These are offered in sizes ranging from 2.5 inch outer diameter to 4 inch outer diameter, in 1/2 inch increments. These are the ultimate solution for intercooler pipes, supercharger pipes, and intakes, where you want a simple, clean, totally sealed union between 2 pipes without having to worry about silicone interconnets or unsightly worm drive clamps.

Fittings, Union Sleeves and Clamps can also be purchased as separate components – contact us for details.

This video is in German, but stick with it, and you’ll see exactly how these work.

Contact z1sales@z1auto.com. We also can provide mandrel bent tubing as well!

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