duotec clip family

The Duotec® Clip Family

There’s family and family… and the family we are presenting today is “truly in the know”…

What are we talking about?


duotec clipsPrecisely this. As you have understood from the photo, we looked at the problem of expanding the range offered by Duotec®, single-component fastener.

This is how the clips we are presenting now were developed.

But why?

This is a good question. One day we woke up and thought: but what if we needed to apply Duotec®, for example, to a metal structure? What would we do?  Would we glue it or perhaps find a solution that would give more security? Here you’re then: we’ll show you

1. DUOTEC® Clip with side wings

duotec clip with side wingsAs we said: you have a metal structure, you make a square or round hole, pass through the Duotec® Clip with wings, which are opened once inserted and… there you are! Duotec® is a true single-component fastener, which clips closed like a snap fastener. As its counterpart, you can use another clip or  Duotec® self-adhesive tape.

2. Duotec® Clip with central hole

duotec clip with central holeThis clip is instead very useful when we need to make a open-and-close fastening on the wall or on wood: we make a hole, insert a plug, screw in the clip with central hole with a simple flat-head screw. Done. On the other side, as a counterpart you can use a Duotec® tape fastener or clip.

In addition to these there are many others: spacer clips for surfaces that are out of plumb, with double hole to hold up to 30 kg, sliding clips… Just have a bit of patience, we can’t reveal everything immediately! Follow us and we show you them as we go along…

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