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Bar clamps slide their movable jaw along a long rail that provides a wide capacity for holding work, so a single bar clamp spans the range of multiple sizes of C-clamps. They adjust to the size of the work and apply pressure to hold workpieces in place. Bar clamps are commonly used while gluing up joints on wood and performing fabrication tasks on metal.

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Bar Clamps

Bar Clamps

Bar clamps grip workpieces between their straight jaws, applying uniform pressure for a secure hold. Also known as F-clamps, they have a threaded spindle to fine tune the jaw placement and adjust the pressure exerted on workpieces.

Light Duty

Sliding T Handle

Sliding T Handle

Light Duty applies low clamping force (less than 1,000 lb.) to hold delicate materials.

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Medium Duty

Pivoting Screwdriver Handle

Pivoting Screwdriver Handle

Medium Duty has a clamping force from 1,000 to less than 2,000 lb. for light industrial applications.

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Sliding T Handle

Sliding T Handle

Medium Duty has a clamping force from 1,000 to less than 2,000 lb. for light industrial applications.

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Heavy Duty

Sliding T Handle

Sliding T Handle

Heavy Duty has a clamping force from 2,000 to less than 4,500 lb. for heavy industrial applications.

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Extra Heavy Duty

Sliding T Handle

Sliding T Handle

Extra Heavy Duty exerts the highest clamping force (4,500 lb. or more) for the most intense industrial applications.

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Nonmarring Bar Clamps

Nonmarring Bar Clamps

Nonmarring pads on the top jaw and spindle of these bar clamps reduce the risk of scratches or other damage to soft materials and delicate surface finishes. Also known as nonmarring F-clamps, they grip workpieces between their straight jaws, applying uniform pressure for a secure hold. Their spindle fine tunes the jaw placement and adjusts the pressure exerted on workpieces.

Light Duty

Screwdriver Handle

Screwdriver Handle

Light Duty applies low clamping force (less than 1,000 lb.) to hold delicate materials.

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Sliding T Handle

Sliding T Handle

Light Duty applies low clamping force (less than 1,000 lb.) to hold delicate materials.

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Medium Duty

Screwdriver Handle

Screwdriver Handle

Medium Duty has a clamping force from 1,000 to less than 2,000 lb. for light industrial applications.

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Sliding T Handle

Sliding T Handle

Medium Duty has a clamping force from 1,000 to less than 2,000 lb. for light industrial applications.

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Parallel-Jaw Nonmarring Bar Clamps

Parallel-Jaw Nonmarring Bar Clamps
Parallel jaws on these bar clamps sit square with the bar to provide a balanced grip and remain aligned under heavy loads. The jaw faces are oversized with wide, flat surfaces that prevent wobbling or walking and evenly distribute pressure on workpieces for a secure hold. These parallel-jaw bar clamps have nonmarring jaw pads that reduce the risk of scratches or other damage to soft materials and delicate surface finishes. Their spindle fine tunes the jaw placement and adjusts the pressure exerted on workpieces.

Medium Duty

Screwdriver Handle

Screwdriver Handle

Medium Duty has a clamping force from 1,000 to less than 2,000 lb. for light industrial applications.

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Vibration-Resistant Bar Clamps

Vibration-Resistant Bar Clamps

The ratchet-action jaw of these bar clamps allows faster setup than a threaded-spindle jaw and resists vibration to maintain consistent pressure on workpieces. Their pressure pad tilts to adjust to angled or uneven workpiece surfaces.

Light Duty

Lever Handle

Lever Handle

Light Duty applies low clamping force (less than 1,000 lb.) to hold delicate materials.

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Medium Duty

Lever Handle

Lever Handle

Medium Duty has a clamping force from 1,000 to less than 2,000 lb. for light industrial applications.

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Step-Over Bar Clamps

Step-Over Bar Clamps

Step-over bar clamps wrap their J-shaped top jaw over rolled edges, I-beam lips, angle iron bends, and other barriers that would block a straight-jaw bar clamp. They keep the clamping pads aligned on each side of the workpiece to apply uniform pressure for a secure hold. Their threaded spindle fine tunes the jaw placement and adjusts the pressure exerted on workpieces.

Light Duty

Sliding T Handle

Sliding T Handle

Light Duty applies low clamping force (less than 1,000 lb.) to hold delicate materials.

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Medium Duty

Sliding T Handle

Sliding T Handle

Medium Duty has a clamping force from 1,000 to less than 2,000 lb. for light industrial applications.

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Extra Heavy Duty

Sliding T Handle

Sliding T Handle

Extra Heavy Duty exerts the highest clamping force (4,500 lb. or more) for the most intense industrial applications.

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I-Beam Bar Clamps

I-Beam Bar Clamps

The I-beam bar of these clamps provides greater resistance to twisting or bending than a typical slide bar. Also known as I-bar clamps and sash clamps, they remain straight for a secure hold, even when clamping across long distances. Their threaded spindle fine tunes the jaw placement and adjusts the pressure exerted on workpieces. I-beam bar clamps are commonly used to hold multiple boards, wide panels, and large assemblies.

Heavy Duty

Crank Handle

Crank Handle

Heavy Duty has a clamping force from 2,000 to less than 4,500 lb. for heavy industrial applications.

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Extra Heavy Duty

Crank Handle

Crank Handle

Extra Heavy Duty exerts the highest clamping force (4,500 lb. or more) for the most intense industrial applications.

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Bar Clamp Sets

Bar Clamp Sets

Sets include multiple bar clamps to accommodate a wide range of workpiece sizes. The bar clamps grip work between their straight jaws, applying uniform pressure for a secure hold. Also known as F-clamps, they have a threaded spindle to fine tune the jaw placement and adjust the pressure exerted on workpieces.

Screwdriver Handle

Screwdriver Handle
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Sliding T Handle

Sliding T Handle
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Gear Bar Clamps

Gear Bar Clamps

Gear bar clamps integrate their spindle handle along the slide bar, providing clearance under the sliding jaw for reaching between two surfaces to clamp in tight spaces. The spindle handle serves as a grip to move the sliding jaw, and it turns the threaded spindle to fine tune jaw placement and adjust pressure exerted on workpieces. The spindle pad tilts to hold angled or uneven workpiece surfaces. Pressing the push button at the back of the sliding jaw unlocks the jaw for positioning, and releasing the button locks the jaw in place.

Light Duty

Screwdriver Handle

Screwdriver Handle

Light Duty applies low clamping force (less than 1,000 lb.) to hold delicate materials.

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Dual-Spindle Bar Clamps

Dual-Spindle Bar Clamps
Dual-spindle bar clamps have two movable jaws with spindles that allow fine tuning the jaw placement and the clamping pressure at both ends of a workpiece. Also known as double-force bar clamps, their jaws are reversible to switch between clamping and spreading applications.

Medium Duty

Sliding T Handle

Sliding T Handle

Medium Duty has a clamping force from 1,000 to less than 2,000 lb. for light industrial applications.

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Heavy Duty

Sliding T Handle

Sliding T Handle

Heavy Duty has a clamping force from 2,000 to less than 4,500 lb. for heavy industrial applications.

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