Primarily developed for finishing use, Caparo G-clamps were designed with aluminum anodizers and other metal finishers in mind. The clamp is capable of withstanding the corrosive attack of chemicals used within the industry while providing its users with a solid, reliable grip on parts through processing. Made in England for the past three decades, Caparo opened a U.S.-based distribution business in 2013 to meet growing market demand.
Caparo clamps are available in two materials: glass-filled Noryl, suitable for operating temperatures up to 220°F, primarily for anodizing; and glass-filled Radel, suitable for operating temperatures up to 430°F, and for painting, electro brightening and other demanding finishing applications.
The G-clamp is available in a range of sizes from 40 to 110 mm (1.5 to 4.25") and with two alternative screw options: fine- or coarse-thread for speedy setup. Depending on a user’s application, Caparo Clamps also offer several tips including plain (standard tip), titanium, zirconium and ceramic.blog comments powered by Disqus