Band Material: Corrosion Resistant Steel
Cushion Material: Fluorosilicone - For elevated temperature usage in petroleum based fluid contaminated areas. Unaffected by ozone. Not resistant to phosphate ester based fluids. Color is solid blue.
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These clamps are the what you want to use in your engine bay. They are heat resistant and resistant to degradation when exposed to petroleum products like engine oil and gasoline. I am a certified A&P and see the wrong Adel clamps used in the engine bay all the time.
CLAMP 7/16 MS21919-WCJ7 (PACK OF 5)
High Quality stainless clamp, liner will withstand engine compartment heat
High quality, stainless clamp recommended for higher temps and worth the price
High Quality Adel type clamp with Fuel resistant material. Wish it was also available in larger diameters, I used Adel clamps to mount my boost Pump and Filter that required -26 and -30 sizes.
Great for clamping wires on engine mount. Easy to install, rust free.
These work well to clamp onto a Vans RV engine mount when securing wires firewall forward.
If they work as advertised, I’ll know in several years. Look good, and easy to install. It would be easier if they came with screws and nuts.
They are easier to install than the aluminum series
Looks to be a good product. Time will tell.
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The band is made from 321 corrosion resistant steel. The diameter where the stud would go through is .199" to .209".