Technical excellence and over 85 years of experience┬áhave resulted in the broadest range of standard hooks in the industry – over 800 sizes and configurations in 12 different metals. Our ability to provide customized leg lengths, point lengths and special materials, with almost unlimited variations in hook spacing, and custom carded and Unibar lengths; supports our statement “If it’s a belt, Clipper has a hook to fasten it.”

Round Series# 25

wdt_ID Part # Belt Thickness Min. Pulley Dia. Wire Dia. Connecting Pin Metals

ClipMark Series #36

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Round Series# 40 (old #1)

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Round Series #54 (old Regular)

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Rectangular Series #54

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Metals Key

  • G – Galvanized Steel
  • HT – High Tensile Steel
  • 430 – 430 Stainless Steel
  • CS – Coated Steel
  • 316L – Low-carbon 316 Stainless Steel

Other Metals Available

  • Monel 400
  • Inconel 600
  • Phosphor Bronze
  • Hastelloy C276
  • Carpenter 20CB3
  • Black Oxide

Notes

  1. Hook Series groupings are determined by wire diameter and/or cross section. The ClipMark Series has a flattened oval design to achieve a low profile without sacrificing strength. The Rectangular Series has a rectangular cross section and additional strength for abusive or abrasive applications. All others are round wire.
  2. Hook Size/Style – The various size hooks have the appropriate loop, leg length and point lengths to accommodate belt thickness ranges indicated. Sizes designated with “U” are Unibar Style.

Connecting Pins

Connecting pins are the vital link that combined with properly selected and laced hooks, complete a perfect splice. Manufactured to Clipper’s high quality standards, we have 14 different styles and materials to choose from, to fit every hook and every possible application; in 100′ Pin Paks or coils.

Pins

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The Roller Lacer

In 1982, Clipper Belt Lacer Company introduced a product that revolutionized conveyor belt lacing. the Roller Lacer combined common sense and convenience in a lightweight machine that allowed a single operator to consistently install quality, long-lasting splices in wide belts. Hooks go into the belt quickly, yet evenly.

The Roller Lacer comes in four widths: 24″, 36″, 48″ and 60″. These lacers are custom designed to work with a wide range of Clipper fasteners.

The Roller Lacer
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