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156 - Ramp Cross (0 - 11 degree)

$
18.19
 
$
Tube Size
B34 - 34mm OD / 25(1.00")NB Pipe
C42 - 42mm OD / 32(1.25")NB Pipe
D48 - 48mm OD / 40(1.50")NB Pipe
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This fitting joins three tubes together into a cross joint. It is similar to the TC119 Standard Cross Tee except it can tilt up to 11 degrees to either side for ramp or slope applications.

Designed for both indoor and outdoor projects, it features our easy slip-on and tighten connection system which only requires a hex key to secure.

Common Usage

The TC156 is commonly used for pipe structures (and railings) built onto ropes or slopes as well as racks and furniture.

- Alternative to TC119 Standard Cross Tee for non-adjustable 90 degree angles

Technical Information
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Material:
Fittings cast of malleable cast iron - galvanized finish

Cast iron fittings or casting to comply with AS 1832 (ISO 5922)

Hot Dipped Galvanized finish to comply with AS 4680.


Set Screw:

Cup Point Case hardened setscrew in 45CR Alloy Steel (alternative* Stainless Steel 308)

Size C42, D48, E60 using 3/8” ISO 228 with 5/16” (8mm) hex key

Size A27, B34 using ¼” ISO 228 with ¼” (6.5mm) hex key

Size T21 using 1/8 BSF with 3/16” (5mm) hex key.


Feature:
No welding required. Structural fittings slip directly onto bar and are secured using an allen key to tightened provided setscrews.

Tensile Load:
Min 5,650 N axial load subjected to 40Nm tightened torque (FOS 2.0 min).

Testing:
Tested internally by Solid Dynamics Engineering Pty Ltd. Testing videos are available upon request.

Design:
Tubeclamp Structural Fittings, when properly installed per manufacturing recommendations, meet or exceed all applicable requirements as specified by Australian Standard.

Application:
Handrails, Trolley Bays, Temporary Structure, Shop Fittings, Furnitures and many more.
Size Guide
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Fitting Size

Tube Size

Tubeclamp Code

Outside Diameter

Imperial

Metric

T21
21.3mm / 0.84"
1/2
15NB
A27
26.9mm / 1.05"
3/4
20NB
B34
33.7mm / 1.33"
1
25NB
C42
42.4mm / 1.66"
1 1/4
32NB
D48
48.3mm / 1.9"
1 1/2
40NB
E60
60.3mm / 2.375"
2
50NB

*Figures given as guidance only, dimensions and weights are subject to manufacturing tolerances and may be altered without prior notice.
Installation Guide
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Basic Install Guide for Tubeclamp Fittings

Australia Wide Shipping

You can choose between picking up your order from the store or getting it delivered to your doorstep anywhere in Australia. If you place your order before 10am from Monday to Friday, we'll make sure to dispatch it on the same day. For orders placed after this time or on public holidays, we'll dispatch them on the next working day.

Our Return Policy

Tubeclamp allows customers to return unused products in good condition within 5 days of purchase. However, please note that there may be a handling/restocking fee of up to twenty (20%) of the invoice value for returns. Alternatively, Tubeclamp also offers the option to exchange returned items for products of similar value. Please keep in mind that certain items, such as cut bars or altered/modified products, may not be eligible for return.

For further information, please feel free to contact us directly.

TUBECLAMP FITTINGS

No Welding - No Special Tools - No Bending Needed

Frequently Asked Questions

Which fitting size do i chose?

We offer fittings in six different sizes according to Australian standard pipe sizes, ranging from 21mm to 60mm. To select the right fitting, simply measure the outside diameter (OD) of your pipe and choose the corresponding fitting size.

For example, if your pipe has a 48mm outside diameter, you would select the D48 fitting size.

Metric or Imperial?

You'll see a table that compares various international measurements in the 'Size Guide' section below the product details at the top of this page.

Why is the fitting bigger then my tube?

Our fittings are intentionally made slightly larger than the pipes they correspond to, so that they can easily slide onto both straight and bent bars. If you're worried that the gap might be too big, you can try replacing the grubscrews/setscrews with longer ones.

What are your fittings made from?

Our Tubeclamp fittings are made from Galvanised Steel. Alternatively you can check out of range of Aluminium fittings, or consider having your fittings powder coated.

Where can i find size specifications for each fitting?

You can easily locate size diagrams for most fittings in the example images provided for each product. These diagrams provide approximate measurements for each fitting size.

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