There are many different ways of mounting clamps to suit just about every application. Click here to find out more about the different mounting options.
There are many different types of clamp bar offering a range of different types of clamping solutions. Click here to read more about the different bar types.
The length in millimetres (mm) of the Clamp Bar from the body of the clamp to the centre of the clamp foot where the boss is pre-welded, on solid bar models to the end of the clamp bar.
Bar length (mm)
0mm — 213mm
The holding capacity refers to the maximum reactive force the clamp can withstand once applied without distortion of the clamp. Figures quoted are in DaN this is approximately equal to a Kg.
Holding force (daN)
140daN — 2,500daN
The clamping force is the force the clamp can apply to the work force. This is dependant on the force applied and the figure quoted is an average figure that can be applied. Figures quoted are in DaN this is approximately equal to a Kg.
Clamping force (daN)
140daN — 2,500daN
If the clamp is positioned so that the clamp arm may fall shut under its own weight, then the clamp may require a an additional feature to retain the clamp as open.
Clamp arm retaining
Sensors may be required on the clamps to detect that the clamp is either closed or open closed. Sensing may be required if the clamps are operating in robotic cells to prevent collisions or for quality control to ensure clamps have been applied.
Clamps may be fitted with either a pneumatic or electrical lock to prevent the clamp from being opened at particular times in the process.
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