C-Clamps/G clamps are used for holding and aligning together multiple workpieces.
The swivel pad moves freely to adapt to various surfaces
Precisely threaded spindle for smooth operations
Drop forged and heat-treated steel frame for maximum strength and rigidity.
Sliding handle bar offers multiple hand positions for best leverage
C clamp is constructed with the I beam design for extra strength.
The C clamp is sometimes even referred to as the G-clamp because, when the screw is included, the clamp seems to look like the letter “G”. The clamp does indeed share similarities with these letters of the alphabet, but the C clamp was originally known as a Carriage Clamp, and the word “Carriage” has simply been shortened to just the letter “C”.
A C-clamp is made up of several different parts that enable it to hold the workpieces securely, including:The Frame: The frame of the C-clamp is also referred to as the body. It is the main part of the clamp and therefore, it takes up the majority of the clamp’s area. The main purpose of the frame is to endure the pressure that is placed upon the workpiece while the clamp is being used.
The Jaws: The jaws of the C-clamp are the parts that do the actual gripping of the workpiece to hold the pieces together. The jaws of the C-clamp stand opposite one another, as one is stationary while the other jaw is moveable. This moveable jaw, which has a metal clamping plate, is adjusted using the screw so it can clamp workpieces of different sizes.
|Item Number||Span (inch)||Span (mm)||Throat Death (mm)||Rail Size (mm)||Weight (kg)||Clamping Pressure (kg)||Pack (pcs)|
|01_043-2||2||50||50||19.5 X 9.5||0.44||1,000||50|
|01_043-3||3||75||50||22.0 X 10.5||0.63||1,300||30|
|01_043-4||4||100||60||25.0 X 12.0||1.02||1,500||20|
|01_043-6||6||150||75||27.0 X 13.0||1.46||1,800||10|
|01_043-8||8||200||90||30.0 X 15.0||2.29||2,200||10|
|01_043-10||10||250||100||40.0 X 20.0||4.12||4,000||5|