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Screw Type hose clamps Vs. rotor clamp's self-compensating hose clamps


Hose clamps are located in numerous areas throughout a vehicle. What makes Rotor Clamps’ self compensating hose clamps more efficient than the screw hose clamps is that they maintain their tightness around the hose regardless of changes in temperature or vehicle vibrations. Further more, self compensating hose clamps cannot be over or under tightened. Screw clamps can be under tightened resulting in leakage of the hose. An over tightened screw clamp can damage the hose. Lastly, screw clamps use more time assembling and disassembling due to the screw adjustment. Rotor Clamp’s self compensating hose clamps have less time for assembly resulting in lowered production costs.  







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