How to Clamp Two Pipes Together with the Uniclamp Pipe Clamp

Two pipes clamped together using The Uniclamp Pipe Clamp

In the Construction, Electrical, HVAC, and Solar industries securing pipes effectively is crucial for ensuring a stable and reliable infrastructure.

Whether you are working on HVAC systems, electrical conduits, or plumbing, the method you choose to clamp pipes can significantly impact the efficiency,  durability, and success of your project. One of the most efficient tools for this task is Our UNICLAMP Strut Pipe Clamp. This blog will direct you through the process of clamping two pipes together using this innovative tool, highlighting its features, benefits, and step-by-step procedures to ensure a secure and efficient installation.

Introduction to the Uniclamp Strut Pipe Clamp


Uniclamp in a Strut Channel


Our UNICLAMP Strut Pipe Clamp is designed to simplify and expedite the process of securing pipes. Made from 30% glass-reinforced nylon 6, this clamp is known for its high strength and durability. It is resistant to UV rays, acids, and most chemicals, making it suitable for various environments and applications. The clamp's design allows it to fit a range of pipe sizes from 3/8" to 5" (9mm to 127mm), offering flexibility in different projects.

Why Choose the Uniclamp Strut Pipe Clamp?

Ease of Installation

One of the most significant advantages of the UNICLAMP Strut Pipe Clamp is its ease of installation. Uniclamp is the only strut channel clamping system that will save you up to 83% on installation time. This efficiency saves valuable time on the job site, increasing productivity and reducing overall costs.

Durability and Strength

Our unique UNICLAMP Strut Pipe Clamp has an insane carrying capacity of 900 lbs! It is also proven to be rust-proof, waterproof, and acid-proof ensuring long-lasting performance. Our UNICLAMP is exceptionally durable and capable of withstanding harsh environments and heavy loads. Our Uniclamp has added UV stabilizers giving you a 15 to 20-year solar lifespan, with the strength of stainless steel.


At $2.49 per clamp, you will be saving up to 77% in costs compared to competitor clamps. When Purchased in Bulk you pay only $2.20 Per Clamp. Sold in Boxes of 100 or Pack of 10. 

With its robust build and ease of installation, the UNICLAMP Strut Pipe Clamp offers a cost-effective alternative to traditional metal pipe clamps, reducing labor costs and the need for additional tools. This clamp's durability and resistance to temperatures up to 572 degrees Fahrenheit, acids, and chemicals further reduces maintenance and replacement costs, reducing your business costs. 

Try us out completely risk-free!

We have a 5-year warranty on any quality-related defect, we know that Uniclamp will make such a vast difference in your business, we'll give you 365 days to try us out!  If you are not satisfied with our products, simply reach out to us, we'll pay the return shipping, and we'll refund you 105% of your purchase!


Our products are Certified by UL2239, UL2043, ISO, RoHS, Reach, and Branz.

Tools and Materials Needed

To clamp two pipes together using the Uniclamp Strut Pipe Clamp, you will need the following tools and materials:

Uniclamp Strut Pipe Clamps

Measuring tape

Marker or chalk

Unistrut channel

Step-by-Step Guide to Clamping Two Pipes Together

Step 1: Measure and Mark

Measure the length of the pipes and determine where they need to be clamped. Use a measuring tape to ensure accuracy, and mark the positions on the pipes using a marker or chalk. This step is crucial for ensuring that the pipes are aligned correctly.

Step 2: Prepare the Unistrut Channel

Measure and cut the unistrut channel to the desired length. Ensure that it is properly aligned and leveled. Secure the unistrut channel to the desired surface using appropriate fasteners. The unistrut channel provides a sturdy and adjustable base for pipes or cables.

Step 3: Position the Pipes

Place the pipes in the desired positions onto the unistrut channel. Ensure that the pipes are aligned according to the marks made earlier. It is important to double-check the alignment at this stage to avoid any problems or difficulties during the clamping process.

Step 4: Install the Uniclamp Strut Pipe Clamp

Simply place The Uniclamp Strut Clamp, twist, and strap with nylon/stainless steel zip ties or a hose clamp. 

Step 5: Clamping two pipes together

Place the two pipes within their own UNICLAMP Strut Pipe clamps (as explained in Step 4) and fasten them with nylon or stainless steel straps. Ensure that the unistrut is of such a length that at least two UNICLAMP Strut Pipe clamps can be fitted next to each other. 

Step 7: Final Adjustments

After securing the pipes on the clamp, double-check the alignment of the pipes. Make any necessary adjustments to ensure the pipes are straight and properly positioned. Use a level to verify the alignment.


Using the Uniclamp Strut Pipe Clamp to clamp two pipes together is an efficient and reliable method especially when you need to secure HVAC pipes and copper pipes in HVAC Systems. By following the step-by-step guide provided in this blog, you can achieve a secure and professional installation for your project. The Uniclamp Strut Pipe Clamp’s versatility and high-quality construction make it an excellent choice for various applications, from HVAC systems to plumbing and electrical conduits. Invest in the right tools and follow best practices to ensure the success and longevity of your installations.

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Des Ferreira worked as a Production Process Controller for two years, after qualifying as an electrician, he studied further to become a senior electrician for 13 years. Wanting to advance himself, he took the necessary courses to become a Senior Occupational Health and Safety Officer for 9 years. Des was then approached by the CEO of Sasol Three to create and manage a Health and Safety project for 2 years. All his training and experience he accomplished being employed by Sasol Petrochemical Refinery in Secunda.
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