GOODHAND CLAMPS PDF

Toggle Clamps enable users to apply a low input force to create a high output clamping force. The over centre locking mechanism prevents the clamp from opening during work holding. This feature makes Toggle Clamps ideal for repetitive holding, whilst allowing a wide clearance for loading and un-loading work pieces. Our Toggle Clamp Models include: vertical toggle clamps, horizontal toggle clamps, push pull toggle clamps, latch and hook toggle clamps, toggle clamps with safety locks and stainless steel toggle clamps to suit a wide range of applications and uses.

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The theoretical maximum holding or clamping force of a toggle action device is achieved when the 3 pivot points are in a straight line. To make allowance for external forces due to vibration and changing load conditions in industrial applications, the proper amount of over-travel at the centre pivot point has been carefully calculated to yield maximum clamping pressure, while achieving a positive locking position. All Good Hand Clamps are rated by their holding capacity. This rating is the maximum force the clamp will support when locked in the closed position without creating permanent deformation.

This force is measured at a point closest to the base and diminishes as the end of the bar is reached. The clamping force is defined as the actual force being applied by the clamp to the work piece.

This rating is not constant due to such variables as the location of force on the handle, amount of force the operator applies and the location of the spindle on the hold-down bar. Horizontal Toggle Clamps Catalogue. Horizontal Handle. Toggle Action The theoretical maximum holding or clamping force of a toggle action device is achieved when the 3 pivot points are in a straight line. Download Catalogue. Thank you for your enquiry.

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The theoretical maximum holding or clamping force of a toggle action device is achieved when the 3 pivot points are in a straight line. To make allowance for external forces due to vibration and changing load conditions in industrial applications, the proper amount of over-travel at the centre pivot point has been carefully calculated to yield maximum clamping pressure, while achieving a positive locking position. All Good Hand Clamps are rated by their holding capacity. This rating is the maximum force the clamp will support when locked in the closed position without creating permanent deformation. This force is measured at a point closest to the base and diminishes as the end of the bar is reached.

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Our caring, highly skilled staff is devoted to helping you design a system that will solve both the ordinary and repetitive, and the unique and Toggle mechanism designed to allow maximum clearance for ease of loading and unloading work-pieces. Hand grips are covered with an oil and stain resistent red vinyl or red plastic for easy identification and to assure the safety and comfort of the operator. Flanged Washers are supplied with all U-bar and open bar models. Bolt retainers are supplied with all solid bar models.

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