Locking clamps operate like locking pliers, using their handle to close and lock the jaws onto objects or materials. Their adjustment screw fine tunes the clamping pressure, and their release mechanism unlocks the jaws. Also known as locking plier clamps, they provide a temporary hold for a range of workholding tasks in automotive work, pipe fitting, metal fabrication, and woodworking.
Sliding-Arm Locking Clamps
Sliding-arm locking clamps combine the squeeze-lock action of a locking clamp and the wide capacity of a bar clamp. Their top jaw slides along the bar to adjust to the size of the work.
Sliding-Arm Locking Clamps, sorted by Max Jaw Opening, ascending
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