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SAE J SAE JStand SAE General Requirements The use of this report is entirely voluntary, and its applicability and suitability for any particular use, including any patent infringement arising therefrom, is the sole responsibility of the user. SAE invites your written comments and suggestions. Scope—This SAE Standard covers thirty-two 32 types of clamps most commonly and suitably being used on OEM coolant, fuel, oil, vacuum, and emission systems.
No application recommendations are intended or implied. References 2. Unless otherwise indicated, the latest issue of SAE publications shall apply. ANSI B1. Definitions 3. This value does not include any break-away effects due to staking or passage of the band ends beyond the screw head. Installation Torque is sometimes referred to as Application Torque.
Classification—For ease of handling the various clamp designs and modifications thereof; clamps have been grouped by their basic design and functional characteristics: 4. Screw position tangential to the diameter. See Figure 1 and Tables 1A and 1B. See Figure 4 and Tables 4A and 4B. Those using pierced through slots are also available in extended band versions to protect soft hose compounds. See Figures 5 to 11 and Tables 5 to Nom 0. Open 0. Closed 0. Nom 1. Open 1. Closed 1.
Reference dimension. When gap is at value tabulated, clamp diameter shall approximate the nominal diameter. B Length No. Nom Open Closed Gap Min 23 0. Nom Open Closed Gap Min 3. The N suffix applied to SAE size numbers designates the smaller series clamp design where sizes overlap in two clamp designs.
Reference dimension for clearance purposes only. For size numbers 30 — , clamps having 0. D Bandwidth E Max. G Collar Diameter Type F mm See Style 6. Type I in 0. For sizes greater than , contact the manufacturer.
Diameter shall be determined by Assembly. Reference dimensions for clearance purposes only. Larger size clamps available through manufacturers. Diameter shall be determined by assembly over mandrels. Reference dimensions for clearance purposes R Radius 3 Over Screw mm R Radius 3 Over Screw mm Larger sizes available. NOTE—Unless otherwise noted, all dimensions and ranges are metric. Unless otherwise noted, all dimensions and ranges are metric. The minimum torque above must be tested on a steel mandrel with the minimum diameter specified in the clamping range, i.
After Take Up in 1. Construction may employ either a floating bridge, tongue, or be of one piece band construction as standard. See Figures 12 and 13 and Tables 15 and Screw position tangential to the band. See Figures 14A and 14B and Table See Figures 15A and 15B and Table See Figures 16 and 17 and Tables 19 and See Figure 18 and Table See Figure 19 and Tables 22 and See Figure See Figure 11 and Table See Figures 22 and 23 and Table See Figures 12 and 13 and Table 15 and See Figures 24A and 24B and Table All dimensions in inches.
Wire diameters shown are before forming and plating. Gage clearance per These sizes shall be furnished with greenish hue. Optional when specified by purchaser. These sizes shall be furnished with reddish hue. Table 1—Closed and full open diameters of most frequently used spring-type hose clamps. For explanation, see Wire Dia 0. Max 0. Min 0. Slots No. Forms 20 Sizes less than No. See Figure 25 and Table See Figure 26 and Table See Figure 27 and Table See Figure 28 and Table See Figure 29 and Table Both single- and double-wrapped clamps are used to clamp boots, heat shields, etc.
See Figure 30 and Table General Requirements 5. Those clamps using machine screws shall have the screws retained in the clamp by staking or other means agreeable to the user. All clamps shall close tight upon round steel mandrels of the sizes 4. All clamps shall be free from burrs, seams, laps, loose scale, or any other defects that may affect their serviceability. Clamps shall be free of burrs, heat-treat scale, and nicks that may affect their serviceability.
The clamp shall be designed so as not to allow plastic deformation in the fullopened position. Clamps shall be free from burrs, seams, laps, loose scale, or any other defects that affect their performance. Materials—The materials listed in this section describe those which are currently being used by the clamp industry.
It serves only as a reference for the user and in no way implies that the current manufacturers are required to use the listed materials. As raw material prices move and new technologies emerge, the clamp manufacturers reserve the right to change the raw materials and processes used in their products so long as they can demonstrate that overall clamp performance has not been impaired.
Reference to MS and MS where required. Carbon steel and stainless steel clamps to meet the performance and ductility requirements specified in Section No UNS number. Finishes—General—Carbon steel components of clamps are normally supplied with rustproof finishes as specified by the purchaser. It is recommended that a reasonable latitude be allowed in the inspection of finishes on parts fabricated from precoated steel and the overlapping areas on clamps treated after assembly.
SAE J1508 hose clamp classification 1 2 3 4 5 6 group
Subscribers can view annotate, and download all of SAE's content. Hose Constructions. View Details. Using a Hose Life Prediction Program. This SAE Standard covers thirty-two 32 types of clamps most commonly and suitably being used on OEM coolant, fuel, oil, vacuum, and emission systems. This document is compiled for the specific purpose of describing the basic characteristics and minimum performance requirements recommended by the manufacturers.