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Hand Brake, Cast Iron
- Item # 42W890
- Mfr. Model # HB-1697H
- UNSPSC # 23161513
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 2290.0 lbs.
- ItemHand Brake
- Bending Length (In.)97
- Capacity of Mild Steel (Gauge)16
- Max. Lift of Beam (In.)2-1/4
- ConstructionCast Iron
- FeaturesSimplicity of Design, Improved Truss Rod Construction and a Minimum Number of Moving Parts Make the Jet Hand Brake Easy To Operate, all Body Sections Are Welded Steel Plate with Heavy Truss Rods and Braces Designed To Give Greater Strength and Durability, Both the Bed and Apron Are Bored in Line To Assure the Utmost in Accuracy, Quick Clamping Adjustment Is Achieved By Means of a Simple Link Arrangement, the Wide Range of Adjustment Permits Clamping of form and Nose Bars for Special Shapes
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