Process & Pipeline Repair Clamp

Process and pipeline Repair Clamps are designed to be installed on damaged or leaking pipework, encapsulating the defect within the clamp body and regaining pressure integrity through mechanical seals and / or locks engaging on the sound parent pipe.

Pressure Containment Clamp

Pressure Containment Clamps have been developed for process piping repair on oil and gas pipelines and process facilities. Installation can be undertaken with minimal disruption to the pipework or operation of the system to which they are fitted. The Pressure Containment Clamps are designed to be installed on damaged or leaking pipework, encapsulating the defect within the clamp body and regaining pressure integrity through mechanical seals engaging on the sound parent pipe.

Structural Repair Clamp

Structural Repair Clamps provide pressure containment and, where grout filled, radial support to the pipe. Where a Pressure Containment Clamp is fitted with taper locks it becomes a Structural Clamp to provide axial restraint and structural integrity. The locks are configured as opposing sets which grip the pipe on either side of the defect. The locks are designed to transfer the full axial load of the pipe to the clamp body so allowing the clamp to withstand full pipeline separation loads.

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Process & Pipeline Repair | Structural Repair Clamps

Process & Pipeline Repair | Pressure Containment Clamps

Key Features

  • Size range: nominal pipe sizes 4” – 46”
  • Pressure range: ambient to 300 Bar
  • Seals against pipeline using compression flanges
  • Single seal with body cavity test capability
  • Dual seal with annulus test capability
  • Taper locks to prevent pipeline separation (Structural Clamp only)
  • Optional polymeric grout sealant injection for radial support