Solid Dynamics distributes a versatile, economical and durable system of building tubular structures using Kee Klamp® tubular fittings.
Kee Klamp® tubular fittings are cost-effective alternatives to welding and offer unlimited applications in building fabrication.
Steel tube is an inherently efficient structural component. It is strong, has no sharp corners and is readily available.
The difficulty in using steel tubes to form structures arises during the joining process. Threaded tubes must be supplied in set lengths resulting in zero flexibility in installation.
Alternatively, welding is labour-intensive and requires a highly skilled workforce as well as specialised equipment.
Kee Klamp® modular structural fittings can be used to create versatile and rigid tubular structures.
Key benefits of the Kee Klamp® system include:
- Galvanised cast iron construction to BS EN ISO 1461 requirements
- High corrosion resistance
- Quick installation
- No welding - no hot work permits required
- No threading or bolting - no special tools required
- Flexible system that can accommodate onsite variations
- Cost-effective and quick installation
- TUV certified for strength, manufacturing quality and consistency
Kee Klamp® modular structural fittings are available in many variations to suit a wide range of applications, providing the versatility to achieve any structural configuration.
Kee Klamp® tubular fittings are galvanised iron castings engineered to suit different tube sizes from 17.5mm to 60.3mm.
Hexagon socket set screws firmly lock the fitting to the tube. Set screws are manufactured in case hardened steel and are protected against corrosion with Kee Koat; alternatively, stainless steel screws are available.
A Kee Klamp® fitting (size 5 to 9) can support an axial load of 2000 lbs (900 kg) per grub screw with the grub screw tightened to a torque of 39 Nm.
Fabricating and building with Kee Klamp® tubular fittings saves time, money and resources.