Sanitary Clamp

Are you searching for the ideal sanitary clamp for your project? Whether you have to keep materials enclosed in containers or pipes connected, sanitary clamps are very beneficial. They are used throughout the world’s industries for a number of different reasons. Primarily, this is because of how effective they are at maintaining a clean environment. Cedarstone Industry makes its own version of a sanitary clamp called a tri-clamp.

It will provide all of the services you are looking for as well as some you may not expect. This article intends to elaborate on the characteristics of our clamps and why it is going to be so effective. It’s one of the most common clamps that could be used so we’re certain it will work out for you, too.

Sanitary Stainless Steel Single Pin Clamp

3A Certified Tri-Clamp

How Is It More Sanitary

Sanitary clamps are designed to guarantee that the quality of your product is not affected at any stage of the transport process from one vessel to another. These fittings are able to achieve that result in two ways. For one, sanitary clamps have no visible threads. This means that materials aren’t exposed the grooves in the fitting. As you can imagine, materials, contaminants, and bacteria can easily get trapped in the threads of your fittings. With time, even your old product can pose a great risk to the health and safety of your consumers. Sanitary fittings are easy to clean, which prevent product buildup and unseen spoilage.

Secondly, sanitary fittings maintain the security of your product because they don’t bend, warp, or change in diameter. This might seem like a vital function of any fittings, but unfortunately, that is not the case. However, sanitary clamps can withstand adjustments to temperature and other factors. These fittings don’t change in size, so you can be sure of the same stronghold. Your product won’t seep into undesired areas. Furthermore, unwanted particles won’t be able to make their way into your batch.

How can you be sure that your new fittings meet these requirements? Cedarstone Industry sanitary fittings are certified by 3-A Sanitary 63-03 standards. Furthermore, we can provide the Material Test Certificate upon request. Our full line of fittings meets these standards. Therefore, you can trust that our fittings will keep your product secure and your customers safe.

We Use It On All Of Our Tanks

Of course, it doesn’t mean much if we can build a sanitary clamp but use another type of part for our tanks. We believe in our products, and that’s why we install our own sanitary fittings on our own vessels and equipment. That being said, if you need a new tank, you should call Cedarstone Industry. You won’t need to purchase additional fittings because you’ll already have our great parts installed on your new unit. Furthermore, our products, including our fittings, will last for years and through countless batches. You can save a lot of money when you purchase our tanks, with our great fittings, instead of piecing together separate parts.

Sanitary Stainless Steel Single Pin Clamp

Stainless Steel Is Our Preference

Stainless steel is the best material to use for a sanitary clamp any food grade product. As we mentioned before, sanitary fittings are designed to ensure the quality and safety of your product. Stainless steel functions very much in the same way. Stainless steel is durable in and of itself. However, this metal also provides corrosion resistance. You want to make sure that your equipment won’t rust or corrode over time. Even if you don’t manufacture wet products, moisture can come into contact with your equipment at any time. A failure to completely dry your equipment after you clean it, humidity, or any random occurrence can destroy a tank that isn’t made of stainless steel. If you want to get the best lifespan out of your product, it’s in your best interest to make sure that the part is made of stainless steel.

Unfortunately, not all stainless steel is alike. We only use 304 and 316L stainless steel. We’ve found that these are the best metals for food grade manufacturing. In fact, 304 and 316L are great materials for just about any manufacturing and storage, from water to chemical mixtures. Other types of stainless steel don’t have the same weather- and rust-protection. Make sure that your tank or fittings manufacturer gives you the details about what type of stainless steel they use for their products. A company may claim to use stainless steel, and technically be correct. However, 303 or 2513 stainless steel, for example, isn’t a great investment. To reap the benefits of stainless steel, you need 304 or 316L.

Another Reason to Love Stainless Steel

We craft our tanks, mixers, and fittings all out of stainless steel to provide you the best equipment we can engineer. As we already mentioned, your tools will last much longer. However, stainless steel also ensures the quality of your product. Other types of metal, such as iron, can affect the taste or appearance of your materials. You don’t want your product to have a metallic taste or a stained appearance. Thus, you need odorless, stainless, tasteless 304 or 316L steel.

Sanitary Stainless Steel Short Ferrule Tri-Clamp Fitting

Stainless Steel Tri-Clamps Available

Contact Us Now

Cedarstone Industry provides the best solutions for commercial storage and manufacturing. We only offer the highest quality products, no matter how big or how small. We know that you’ll benefit from how much care and attention we place on the quality of our products. Our sanitary clamps are a great means of securing your product.

We have plenty of sanitary clamps that can fit your needs. If you are looking to have a custom option made for you, simply request this of our representatives. This will be very beneficial in many cases. For example, you may have a project that needs very specific dimensions or size that cannot be found on the open market. We will be happy to accommodate your desires. We’ll provide a prompt response and schedule your parts for manufacturing. Fabricating these sorts of pieces is one of our specialties. If you would like to reach out to us now, you can visit our website or call us at (281) 397-3700. We look forward to hearing your project needs soon!