Utility Solutions’ Klondike clamp secures rubber blankets without causing damage and eliminates the need for tie wrap, bungee cords or more. It is made from a tough, weather-resistant polymer and is assembled with stainless-steel hardware.
Atkore’s hinged beam clamp is designed for mounting a strut system to a sloped ceiling. It slopes up to 18 degrees so it can remain level even if the ceiling is not. It is compatible with a 1 5/8-in. strut profile. It features a serrated inside face to prevent slippage.
Hubbell’s PSCDLCU375500S downlead clamp kit has urethane rubber halves that secure cables to a structure without damaging fibers. It is designed for either curved or flat surfaces and accepts up to a 0.625-in. bolt. It is available for cable diameters from 0.375 in. up to 1.2 in.
Bridgeport Fittings’ UCS-5075 one-piece clamp back and strap secures cable and conduit. It secures ½- and ¾-in. EMT, rigid, IMC, PVC/polyolefin-coated rigid and more. It is rated for use in air-handling systems.
Bridgeport Fittings’ Mighty-Bond Intersystem ground rod bridge clamp is designed for users to connect communications systems to the same electrical grounding electrode, rod or rebar using its four terminal points. It is available in two sizes: 1/2–5/8-in. and 5/8–3/4-in.
Galvan Industries’ G-5 and SRC ground clamps are designed to comply with NEC 250.70. They are UL-listed for use with 1/2—3/4-in. copper-coated, galvanized and stainless steel rods; 3/4-in. galvanized rods; and sizes No. 4, No. 5 and No. 6 rebar, including direct burial in earth and concrete.