1 Industrial Clamp Products Versatile Strong Dependable Available in different shapes and sizesMarman V- band Couplings, Flanges, band Clamps and Strap Assemblies2 Eaton Aerospace Group TF100-14I July 2016 Industrial Clamp ProductsIntroductionDescriptive IndexFast Information FinderCapabilitiesHow to Order/General PurposeMarman V- band CouplingsV- band Coupling FlangesBand Clamps - band StrapsEngineering Data345687253143 Table of Contents3 Eaton Aerospace Group TF100-14I July 2016 Eaton s commitment to you is found in many aspects of our business. Our company s de-sign, engineering and manufac-turing capabilities are available to assist in providing a Clamp to meet your exact specifications. Beginning with Eaton s strong customer service response program, orders and invento-ries are computerized so that your needs are met quickly.
2 Our skilled draftsmen and engineers work together to perfect the details involved in the design of each Clamp . A state-of-the-art CAD system is utilized in the development of Clamp Products . An initial step in the manu-facturing process is the roll forming of V-Retainer sections. Spot-welding on a V- band cou-pling is then completed. Throughout the manufacturing process, various inspections, in-cluding statistical process con-trol, are performed on all Clamp Products to ensure s Clamp manufacturing plant in Eastanolee (Toccoa), Georgia is just one Eaton loca-tion that offers the customer worldwide availability of our Clamp Products . IntroductionEaton Industrial Clamp Total Commitment4 Eaton Aerospace Group TF100-14I July 2016 Descriptive Index PageCapabilities 6 band Clamps 32 39 Adjustable 37 Adjustable Over Center Latch 38 Cradle Support 39 Heavy Duty 34 Multiple Take-up
3 33 Spring Loaded 35 T-Bolt 32 Universal 36 Utility 33 band Straps 40 41 band Strength Chart 46 Bolt Strength Chart 45 Coupling Styles 8 Engineering Data 43 46 Flange Section Chart 27 Latch Styles 8 Page Marman V- band Couplings 6 24 Adjustable Over Center Latch 22 24 General Purposes 12 17 Light Duty 20 Non-Adjustable Over Center Latch 21 Selection Guide 9 Selection Procedure 10 11 Servicemaster 18 19 Marman V- band
4 Couplings Selection Guide 9 11, 44 Material and Temperature Correction Charts 45 Part Number to Page Index 5 Strap Assemblies 40 41V- band Coupling Flanges 25 29 Machined 28 Material and Temperature Correction 45 Schedule 40 Pipe 29 Selection Chart 27 Selection Guide 26 Tube 295 Eaton Aerospace Group TF100-14I July 2016 Fast
5 Information Finder Have an Eaton part num- ber and need more infor- mation? Use the part number to page index in this listing to get the exact page of the full product Number PagePart NumberPagePart Number PagePart NumberPagePart NumberPagePart NumberPage820 36MB541541MB560640 MFM570329MV8473514MV87097125500019MB5416 41MB560840MV8000920MV8475413MV8710712550 83 34MB541741MB560941MV8180216MV8476414MV87 1271356400 28MB541841MB561040MV8183416MV8562315MV87 1371356401 28MB54 1941MB56 1141MV8184116MV8563314MV87 1471457120 36MB542041MB561240MV8186516MV8564313MV87 15714MB5300 40MB542141MB561341MV8265212MV8565314MV87 17715MB5306 40MB542341MB561441MV8265312MV8566316MV88 01812MB5308 40MB542441MB561541MV8273412MV8582615MV88 09812MB5309 41MB542541MB561641MV8275112MV8583614MV88 10812MB5310 40MB542641MB561741MV8279512MV8584613MV88 12813MB5311
6 41MB542741MB561841MV8310213MV8585614MV88 13813MB5312 40MB542841MB561941MV8313413MV8586616MV88 14814MB5313 41MB542941MB562041MV8315212MV8605216MV88 15814MB5314 41M8550040MB562141MV8315312MV8607416MV88 17815MB5315 41MB550640MB562341MV8319412MV8608215MV88 18816MB5316 41MB550840MB562441MV8352212MV8608315MV89 019B21MB5317 41MB550941MB562541MV8352312MV8610415MV89 07922MB5318 41MB551040MB562641MV8356412MV8611515MV89 099B21MB5319 41MB551141MB562741MV8357112MV8612216 MVT8902923MB5320 41MB55 1240MB562841MV8359512MV8612316 MVT8903924MB5321 41MB551341MB562941MV8365213MV8614416NE10 089935MB5323 41MB551441M8932532MV8365313MV8615516NH20 011037MB5324 41MB551541MB933633MV8368214MV8616215MB53 25 41MB551641MB936038MV8372414MV8616315MB53 26 41MB551741MB942532MV8373114MV8618415MB53 27 41MB551841MB944633MV8403414MV8619515MB53 28 41MB551941MB946038MV8404214MV8624217MB53 29 41MB552041MB952532MV8404314MV8624317MB54 00 40MB552141MB956038MV8409114MV8626417MB54 06 40MB552341MB962532MV8425215MV8627517MB54 08 40MB552441MB980233MV8430115MV8627617MB54 09 41MB552541MB991439MV8432415MV8628217MB54 10 40MB552641MB991539MV8458113MV8628317MB54 11 41MB552741 MFF6119618,19MV8459413MV8630417MB5412 40MB552841 MFM570029MV8468213MV8631517MB5413 41MB552941 MFM570129MV8470113MV8631617MB5414 41MB560040 MFM570229MV8472513MV8701712 Part Number to Page Index6 Eaton Aerospace Group TF100-14I July 2016 The Advantages of V- band Couplings V- band Couplings are simple solutions to the problem of replacing bolt flanges.
7 Reduces assembly cost, saving in time and ease of accessibility. Ideal for applications requiring frequent access for cleaning, inspection or replacement of internal components. Many advantages over bolted flanges; smaller envelope dimensions; weight savings; improved appearance; cost reduction and ease of assembly. May be supplied in a wide range of sizes, shapes, materials and metal thicknesses. Choice of T-Bolt, quick coupler, or saddle latch is available (see page 8). Some styles of Eaton couplings include an integral band which covers the full circumference of the V- band Coupling. This band provides additional strength by absorbing all circumferential or hoop PrincipleAs torque is applied to the nut of the coupling, an inward radial force is created in the retainer.
8 This force wedges the flanges together. The flange and foot clearance must be maintained to prevent the retainer from bottoming out on the flanges before the necessary loading has been reached. Optimal strength is created by converting radial clamping force into axial sealing force. By use of a tension band and a means of tightening the band , the retainer is brought to bear directly upon the component flanges. The retainer exerts an axial force on the flanges with an to 1 mechanical advantage as the band is tensioned. As there is a direct relationship between design and cost in this coupling, care should be taken to select the correct re- tainer section and overall design to meet the strength re- quired, as well as control cost. How it works The retainer, unlike bolted flanges, applies a uniform closing force around the circumference of the flanges during and after tightening.
9 What are V- band Couplings? Where can they be used?V- band Couplings are supplied in different configurations and latch styles to join tubing, piping, containers, filters, separators, regulators and other V-shaped retainer shown in the cross-section view at the right is the portion of the coupling that wedges the flanges to-gether. The strength of the coupling is in part determined by the retainer thickness, shape and material. How it looksSince there is a direct relationship between coupling design and cost, a prudent way to control costs is to insure that you select only that retainer cross-section and overall design that meets your application. Wedging ActionRetainerFlangeCapabilitiesFlangeCl earanceBandFootClearanceRetainer LegRetainer FootFlangeApex DimensionsQUICK COUPLERL ATC HRETAINERBANDGAP BETWEENSEGMENTSNUT AND BOLTQUICK COUPLERLATCHRETAINERRADIALFORCEBANDGAP BETWEENSEGMENTSFLANGENUT AND BOLT7 Eaton Aerospace Group TF100-14I July 2016 Section Index Page_____Adjustable Over Center Latch 22-24 Coupling and Latch Styles 8 General Purpose 12 - 17 How to Order.
10 General Purpose 8 Light Duty 20 Non-Adjustable Over Center Latch 21 Selection Guide 9 Selection Procedure 10-11 Servicemaster 18-19 Marman V- band Couplings8 Eaton Aerospace Group TF100-14I July 2016 How to Order/General Purpose Marman V- band CouplingsTo order any of the V- band Couplings shown on pages 12 17, you must use complete part number. MV00000 K J 000 TBasic Part NumberAs shown in tables on pages 12 17 Latch Code (T or K) see belowMaterial CodeE= 321 Stainless Steel and Retainer, 316 Stainless Steel BoltNom Dia.