Clamps that use different size piping and clamps to adjust according to the exact requirements of the project. It is useful for repairing glued joints on chairs and other furniture or to clamp wood together for dowelling and gluing.
Pipe clamps are used in conjunction with 1/2 or 3/4 inch threaded black pipe for extra-long workpieces.
a clamp for holding pipe that is to be cut or threaded
Clamp with one fixed jaw and one sliding and tightening jaw
Clamping device that bolts around a pipe for attachment of chain or cable hangers.
Designed for spanning wide work, it has a metal pipe with screw clamps and an adjustable stop mounted on the pipe. The clamping mechanism is positioned long the length of the bar to fit the appropriate size of the work with the length of the bar. Fine adjustments and clamping pressures are made by the screw threads on the clamp, which is also called a bar clamp.
A pipe clamp is a clamp with a long grip which generally uses an ordinary steel pipe to achieve its length. By using a longer pipe, the clamp can be made arbitrarily large. A pipe clamp should not be confused with a hose clamp which is a belt-like clamp which wraps around a hose or pipe.