Stanley 75mm x 57mm C Clamp

  • RS Stock No. 512-207
  • Mfr. Part No. 0-83-033
  • Manufacturer Stanley
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Legislation and Compliance
RoHS Status: Not Applicable
COO (Country of Origin): CN
Product Details

Stanley MaxSteel G Clamps

A range of MaxSteel G Clamps from Stanley which have an advanced frame design which resists flexing and bending.

G clamps are a general purpose clamping tool which is ideal for professionals and DIY enthusiasts and can be used for many applications in both woodworking and metalworking

G Clamps or C clamps are the simplest models designed to hold objects in place and prevent any movement. These hand tools have two jaws. The upper edge of the ’G’ acts as one jaw and a threaded screw which comes through a hole at the bottom provides the other jaw for clamping workpieces. Due to their simple build and small size they can be used almost anywhere. They are ideal for woodworking or welding.

You should always use a G clamp which is a suitable size to hold your workpiece if not there is a chance of bending the frame and damaging the screw. The size can be measured by its jaw opening (how far the mouth of the jaws can open) and the depth. These G clamps from Stanely are available in 4 sizes to choose from:
512-207 - 75 x 57mm / 3inch
511-941 - 100 x 75mm / 4inch
511-945 - 150 x 89mm / 6inch
511-951 - 200 x 100mm / 8inch

Features and Benefits:

High-visibility, corrosion-resistant finish
Frame design resists flexing and bending
Heavy-duty, malleable iron and steel construction
Roll-formed screw threads ensure smooth operation and durability
Oversized “T” handle for extra torque

Typical Applications

Clamps (also known as a cramp) are tools designed to hold and secure two objects tightly together and to prevent unwanted movement while e.g. clamping/glueing, holding work for sawing/drilling and positioning work for fastening.

Clamps are widely used by:
• Carpenters
• Mechanics
• Plumbers
• Electricians
• Constructors
• Builders
• Architects

FAQs:

Are G Clamps good for woodworking?
Yes, G Clamps are a popular type of clamp that suits many applications. They are ideal for woodworking as they can be easily adjusted and provide a solid and secure grip.

Can these clamps be used as spreaders?
No, these G Clamps cannot be used as spreaders. For clamps that can be easily transformed from clamps into spreaders with just one turn of the quick-change screw please see the XP series e.g. 879-3000; 879-2012 or 123-0237

Specifications
Attribute Value
Type C Clamp
Jaw Opening 75mm
Jaw Depth 57mm
74 In stock for delivery within 5 working day(s)
Price (ex. GST) Each
$ 12.51
(exc. GST)
$ 13.76
(inc. GST)
units
Per unit
1 +
$12.51
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