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As a rule, the clamp nominal diameter should be selected so that the outside diameter of the hose, after it has been pushed on to the component to which it is to be fastened (e.g. a hose nipple), is approximately in the middle of the diameter range of the chosen clamp. A clamp can only be considered adequately closed when the ear width (s) has been reduced by at least 40 percent, and the correct closing force was used for assembly. Further information with assembly recommendations and closing force is available. The interlock is a mechanical system for joining the clamp ends to permit closure. Some interlock designs can be opened for radial installation prior to closure.
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