SUSPENSION CLAMPS

SUSPENSION CLAMPS is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 19.
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Information

The SharkBite Suspension Clamps are a great way to secure PEX tubing in a plumbing system. The clamps are made of plastic and feature a collar design. These are available with or without insulation for added protection.

SizesPart #
3/8" J-Hook
23065
1/2" J-Hook
23220
3/4" J-Hook
23221
1/2" Insulated
23071A10
3/4" Insulated
23072A10
1" Insulated
23073A10

Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Will barely fit PVC of same diameter. If you're using this for PVC, it's best to use the next larger clamp size. However, I needed to use 1" PVC for something and couldn't find talon clamps larger than 1". The pvc of the same diameter as the clamp WILL snap into it as long as you don't use Sch. 40 PVC, which is slightly thicker (maybe Sch 40 will, but I had regular and it barely fit). It slightly deforms the clamp, but it will work. Note that the 2.5" nail included with it only has .5" exposed once you drive it through the clamp. Probably enough for light applications, but I replaced them with #8 - 2.75" screws. This clamp wont fit a screw/nail shank larger than #8.
Date published: 2014-08-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Does the job This obviously requires a hammer to nail in, I would prefer a screw and screw driver which would allow more flexibility in where it can be attached without the dust/dirt/insulation that hammering releases in a crawlspace. Other than that, it does the job. We'll see how long the plastic lasts without deteriorating and breaking.
Date published: 2015-01-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fastens tight. Built my own H/C Manifolds out of 100% Pex. I left two valves on each Manifold as SPARES. Low and behold, I decided for a 3rd Spigot, so I had purchased 3 bags of their "ten pack eventually". Fasten the tubing at EVERY 32 inches when running it ALONGSIDE a joist, and at least every 6 feet if the tubing is supported by beams and/or running across them. "Some" instances you will have to fasten shorter than recommended, but that's ok. We're all not rich of course and want to take care to use them sparingly within the guidelines, and cost, BUT, do yourself a favor and DO the job RIGHT, your wallet may regret it......BUT YOU WON'T. My Projects' 2 1/2 years old....never had to REplace any yet(knock on PEX). Received an Email to review, but it didn't work, but I at least came here anyways(actually a Verified Buyer).
Date published: 2016-08-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from super easy... I purchased these to hang my new pex when replacing my 1/2" copper lines to install a water softener. Our home has a 3/4" service coming in, but back in the 50's, they thought that it was a good idea to run everything in half inch. Since I had to make a 35' run just to feed the water softener, I thought that I'd replace all the copper with pex and SharkBites. Project went smooth as silk, and these hangers helped tidy-up the plumbing under the house.
Date published: 2013-04-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Worked Great - Would have preferred screwed connection This worked as advertised, but I would have preferred to have purchased a unit with a screwed connection to joists instead of a hammered one.
Date published: 2014-02-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quickly and easily supports PEX pipe. These clamps speed the already easy installation of PEX pipe, making it very easy to neatly install PEX to the bottom edge of floor joists. Handy to have a bag full of them when you are crawling around in the crawl space and snaking Pex through a maze of old copper and ductwork.
Date published: 2013-11-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Makes PEX installation a snap These clamps speed the already easy installation of PEX pipe, making it very easy to neatly install PEX to the bottom edge of floor joists. Handy to have a bag full of them when you are crawling around in the crawl space and snaking Pex through a maze of old copper and ductwork.
Date published: 2013-11-17
Rated 2 out of 5 by from After 1 year my clamps are already breaking Walked down into the basement and found one of my pex pipes was sagging from the ceiling without any support upon further inspection i've noticed a whole bunch of the 3/4 talon clamps have snapped in half I don't think the plastic can support the weight of the pipe when filled with water. A second note my 1/2 inch talon clamps are fine I tugged on them a bit to see if they were close to breaking but there still solid with no visible cracks.
Date published: 2015-05-07
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Questions

Are these clamps able to be used on a concrete block wall? Will the nail stand up to that and hold? I'm particularly asking about the 1/2" 23220.

Asked by: Patrick L
Hello, These clips are designed to secure SharkBite PEX tubing to wooden studs. We do not recommend using these clips on a concrete block wall as the nails will be damaged upon insertion and would most likely fall out of the wall over time. It will be important to protect the PEX from the abrasive surface of the concrete block. PEX expands and contracts with changes in temperature and even the slightest back and forth movement can wear a hole in the tube after several years. Regards
Answered by: SharkBite118
Date published: 2018-08-28

Can I get an autocad drawing of the pipe clamp, 1/2" J HOOK PEX PIPE CLAMP (#23220)

Asked by: MoJo
Good morning, We do not offer Cad drawings at this time.
Answered by: SharkBite_KM
Date published: 2018-10-18

Can I use 23072A10 suspension clamps with copper pipe or is it just for Plex? I see Lowes is selling 23072Z10 (model number has Z instead of A) and it say can be sued with copper pipes. Is there an actual difference between the two clamps?

Asked by: Sean D
Good morning, The difference in A and Z is just the vendor who sells them. There should be no issue using this product with copper pipe.
Answered by: SharkBite_KM
Date published: 2018-11-26
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