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DESTACO 425, 435 Series Squeeze Action Plier Clamps

Destaco 425 and 435 Series squeeze action plier clamps provide quick and flexible clamping. They are suitable for welding or bolting at any point along the mounting bar. These plier clamps have a ...Read More

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Load Capacity: 500 lbs. , Material: Carbon Steel
StyleModelOverall LengthPrice
A
435
5.52"£91.57
B
425
5.510"£82.52

Features

  • Destaco squeeze action plier clamp features carbon steel construction for structural rigidity and abrasion resistance, ensuring durability and reliability in harsh industrial conditions.
  • These squeeze action plier clamps have a two-way trigger release mechanism, enabling easy one-handed operation for increased efficiency and convenience in various applications.
  • They come with tempered spring steel jaws that provide exceptional jaw depth, ensuring a secure grip on workpieces during manufacturing and repairing tasks.
  • These squeeze action plier clamps are equipped with an adjustable hex head spindle, allowing easy customization for clamping workpieces of different sizes. This feature ensures physical toughness and maximum clamping force for versatile applications.
  • They offer a compact design to secure workpieces in applications with space constraints, making them suitable for tasks that demand high-precision clamping. The machined tight tolerances further enhance their suitability for applications requiring precision in workpiece manufacturing.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the significance of the red colour of the handle of Destaco clamps?

There is no such significance of colour of the clamp's handle, as it only represents a recognisable area. This helps operators in finding the handle quickly & easily.

What does holding capacity mean in terms of clamps?

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

What does clamping force mean?

Clamping force is the amount of force applied to a workpiece by closing & locking the clamp. It is normally less than the stated holding capacity. The actual clamping force depends on various factors, including cylinder bore, cylinder area, spindle position (clamping arm length) and available air pressure. In most cases, the clamping force is approximately 2 to 3 times the force exerted by a pneumatic cylinder.

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