8/6/2008

Compact Hydraulic Clamp

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The company introduces an addition to its 5,000-psi hydraulic Link Clamp product offering. According to the company, the CLW04 offers a compact size combined with excellent holding power. The overall flange size of the clamp is 2" × 2.25" with a height of 4". The clamping force at 5,000 psi is 885 lbs, and the clam

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The company introduces an addition to its 5,000-psi hydraulic Link Clamp product offering. According to the company, the CLW04 offers a compact size combined with excellent holding power. The overall flange size of the clamp is 2" × 2.25" with a height of 4". The clamping force at 5,000 psi is 885 lbs, and the clamp arm can be mounted in forward, left or right direction. The clamp is manufactured from steel forge and ion nitride for strength and anti-corrosion benefits. Viton seals are standard for coolant protection, and the clamp can be manifold or piped to the hydraulic power source. A flow control valve is optional for adjustment of the clamp speed.

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