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We offer an assortment of adjustable clamps for a variety of workholding applications. C-clamps, the most common type of clamp, have a C-shaped frame with a flat edge at the top and a threaded hole at the bottom through which a large adjustable screw protrudes. One end of the screw has a flat edge and the other end has a bar handle used to adjust the jaw opening. Bar clamps, also called F-clamps or pipe clamps, have a stationary jaw that is connected to a long bar or pipe. A second adjustable jaw has a release mechanism that allows it to slide along the length of the bar. You can choose between spindle bar clamps that use a screw spindle to tighten the clamp or squeeze-action bar clamps that are equipped with a pump lever. Plunger clamps have a plunger that is pushed forward until it comes into contact with the workpiece. Then a locking lever is rotated to advance the plunger and lock the clamp into place. We also stock plunger clamp accessories, such as replacement plungers and thrust pads.
Through Hole Mount Plunger Clamps are designed for quick action when working with wide size variations or where opening and closing motions need to be long. The locking handle is rotated to advance the plunger and lock it with the collet action.
Flanged plunger clamper with push/pull action are part of this standard striaght line action toggle clamp
Base mounted plunger clamps Plunger have an extremely low height when in operation regardless of thehandle positionmaking these toggle clamps extremelt versatile when the working space is restricted.
Plungers are a vital component of straight-line action clamps that pushes forward until contacting the work piece. Plungers are advanced and locked with the collet action by rotating the clamp locking lever.
Thrust Pads screw onto plunger tips for use in straight-line action clamps. The plunger pushes forward until the thrust pad is securely holding the work piece. These components are designed for quick action clamping with size variations and long opening and closing motions.
C-Clamps include a flat surface top that is used as the stationary jaw while a threaded stud is screwed through the top with a rotating pad on one end and a T-handle on the other. Force is applied by holding the clamp over the work piece and turning the T-handle upwards.
Spindle Bar Clamps are easy to use by sliding the moveable arm into position and tightening the screw spindle for instant clamping at any opening. The deep throat allows for greater reach and saves time over ordinary C-Clamps.
Squeeze Action Bar Clamps are ideal for clamping in front, behind, or at the side of the rail. The convenient one-handed operation includes the handle with pump lever parallel to the rail to easily change from clamping to spreading by twisting the dial with no disassembly.