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Clamp handles have low profile

Clamp handles have low profile
Clamping element innovator Elesa have again found a novel new take on adjustable clamping handles - by reducing the angle of the handle to 90deg they have lowered the profile by up to 21mm so that there is less protrusion into work areas - an important factor where space or garment "snagging" is an issue.

Diecast GN302 handles are ideal for clamping of equipment, jigs etc. Simple operation can be effected quickly without removing one\'s hand from the handle, especially where 360deg rotation of the clamping handle is not possible. The process of single-handed operation is to lift the handle to disengage, twist and lower to engage then twist to clamp/un-clamp.

The old adage that "small changes can make big differences" is certainly true here. Elesa offer the GN302 in 45, 63, and 78mm sizes and in both male ( stud ) and in female ( internally threaded ) versions to suit everything from laboratory equipment to production lines.

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