Why use HQBC01602 Quick bar clamp 12″?
HQBC01602 Quick bar clamp
A Quick bar clamps comprises a body, a slide bar, clamp mechanism, a drive assembly and a pawl assembly. The slide bar has a series of teeth along one edge and is movably mounted in the body.
Clamp size: 63x300mm
Max clamp force: 60KGS
Thickness and width of iron
A clamp is used to hold work, which has been jointed in place whilst the glue sets, whereas a cramp not only holds the joint but also allows pressure to be applied.
IRWIN QUICK-GRIP® One-Handed Bar Clamps offer the right fit, features, and pressure for any clamping job— from the smallest project to large scale cabinetry. Featuring non-marring face pads that protect workpieces while evenly distributing clamping force.
A C-clamp or G-clamp or G-cramp is a type of clamp device typically used to hold a wood or metal workpiece, and often used in, but are not limited to, carpentry and welding.
Bar, pipe, and L-clamps feature sliding ends that can adjust to the length of a large workpiece before applying pressure. They are very common in woodworking assembly applications to hold joints securely while glue sets. Bar clamps are equipped with clamp ends that slide along a flat, metal bar before tightening. Pipe clamps feature separate sliding components that can be mounted on any length of pipe to create a clamp. L-clamps feature a sliding mechanism that adjusts both length and pressure and a bend in the bar that creates a fixed end for additional security.