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DESTACO 317 Series Vertical Hold Down Clamps

Destaco 317 Series vertical hold-down clamps ensure a firm grip on workpieces of inconsistent height without the need for constant adjustments. They are ideal for woodworking, metalworking and manufacturing processes.

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Base Length: 1.38" , Base Width: 1.5" , Clamp Bar Opening: 185 Deg. , Handle Opening: 60 Deg. , Overall Height: 5.28"
StyleModelClamp Arm LengthClamp Arm StyleHolding CapacityToggle Lock PlusMaterialMounting BaseHandleHeight Under Clamp ArmPrice
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317-U
2.53"U-Bar375 Lbs.NoSteelFront FlangeVertical2.68"£66.68
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317-S
3.2"Solid Bar375 Lbs.NoSteelFront FlangeVertical2.68"£63.51

317 Series Vertical Hold Down Clamps

Destaco 317 Series vertical hold-down clamps have ergonomic handles and a U-shaped hold down bar with a large bar opening angle. These vertical clamps have a dual mounting surface and are supplied with M8 or 5/16-inch spindle accessories.

Features

  • They feature an easy loading and unloading mechanism with a minimum 90-degree opening angle for efficient operation.
  • These hold down clamps offer holding capacities of up to 5000 lbf, providing substantial force for securing a wide range of workpieces.
  • They offer a unique cam-action that automatically compensates for part thickness variation, ensuring reliable clamping across different workpiece dimensions.
  • These clamps feature carbon steel construction with zinc plating for minimising damage / wear against abrasive conditions & outdoor environments.
  • They are equipped with Destaco Toggle Lock Plus, an innovative safety feature that adds a secondary lock to maintain over-center locking conditions, enhancing clamp security against unintentional opening.

Frequently Asked Questions

What does holding capacity mean in terms of clamps?

The holding force or the holding capacity depicts the clamp's capability to hold down the equipment or sheet metal on assembly lines or during similar manufacturing processes.

What is the difference between a vertical & horizontal toggle clamp?

The difference lies in the orientation of the handle when the clamp is in the locked position. A vertical clamp handle is oriented perpendicular to the base when it is in the locked position, while in the case of a horizontal toggle clamp, it is oriented parallel to the base.

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