A G-clamp with trigger action pistol grip which can be operated by one hand.
Extra product information
. The Solo clamp uses a pistol grip trigger action to close the jaws of the clamp tightly.
. It can be operated by one hand, while the other hand is free to support or hold the objects being clamped.
. The clamping force can be quickly released by pressing the release plate down.
. The clamp is available with metal or nylon jaws and with 2 opening widths (100mm and 150mm).
. Nylon jaws are suitable when clamping wood components, and the metal jaws for welding.
. Available with nylon or metal jaws.
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Models / Specifications
Model Solo Clamp: One model only
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