Can-do clamp

Can-do clamp

S-5! has introduced the CanDuit clamp, designed to secure and support chases and raceways, cable trays, gas piping, condensate lines and other round-shaped objects to metal roofs.

It can be used in combination with other S-5! clamps or brackets, including the GripperFix utility mounting system.  

Made from electro-zinc coated steel, the CanDuit clamp features two halves that clamp around the pipe or conduit with an EPDM liner pad that protects against abrasion and a threaded M8 stud that allows for attachment to S-5! Products. This facilitates securement without scratching, corrosion or other damage to the roof. 

S-5! says the CanDuit can be used in both residential and commercial settings for a range of applications including condensate drainage, electrical, solar and plumbing for gas or water. It is Available in 14 sizes with outer pipe diameters ranging from 20mm (0.79″) to 117mm (4.6”). 

Adjustability within each clamp enables minor size adjustment to secure most conduit and other piping. 

CanDuit’s M8 threaded shaft mounts directly to S-5!’s non-penetrating clamps for standing seam roofs and factory weatherproofed brackets for exposed-fastened roofs. 

Go to www.S-5.com 

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