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5/30/2014

Caparo G-Clamps Grip Parts During Metal Finishing

Originally titled 'Clamps Grip Parts During Metal Finishing'
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Developed primarily for use in metal finishing, Caparo Clamps’ G-clamps are designed to reliably grip aluminum extrusions and other parts during processing, while withstanding the corrosive attack of process chemicals.

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Developed primarily for use in metal finishing, Caparo Clamps’ G-clamps are designed to reliably grip aluminum extrusions and other parts during processing, while withstanding the corrosive attack of process chemicals.

The clamps are available in two materials. Primarily for anodizing, glass-filled Noryl is suitable for operating temperatures as high as 220°F, while glass-filled Radel can handle operating temperatures as high as 430°F for painting, electro-brightening and other demanding finishing applications. The G-clamps are available in sizes ranging from 40 to 110 mm (1.5" to 4.25") and with fine- or coarse-thread screw options for speedy setup.  Depending on the application, the company also offers several types of tips, including plain (standard), titanium, zirconium and ceramic.

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