Pneumatic hose clamps fit around air hose to hold it in place at a connection point. Band clamps slide onto hose and tighten into place with a clamping tool. Band ties work like zip ties to secure pneumatic hoses. Bolt clamps have bolts at each end for fastening them with a wrench. Clamping tools (both manual and pneumatic) provide leverage and power for clamp installation and removal. Ear clamps (also called double-ear clamps) form a tamper-resistant seal. Snap-grip hose clamps have ridged ends that push together for installation and pull apart for removal. Spring hose clamps have ends that squeeze together so the clamp can slide into place and then spring back for a firm hold. Worm gear clamps have interlocking ends that apply consistent clamping pressure and help prevent shearing.