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GN851.1 Latch Clamps Stainless Steel Pulling Action

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Type T3 with pulling latch, with latch bracket.

Type T without pulling latch, with latch bracket.

Pulling latch parallel to the clamping arm/plane of the operating handle

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Product Description

GN851.1 Latch Clamp, Sheet Stainless Steel, Pulling Action Latch

The stroke of the U-bolt latch of these latch clamps, GN 851.1, can be adjusted within its range.

In the clamped position the U-bolt latch with clamping arm is perpendicular to the clamping arm and the plane of the operating handle.

Besides the standard dimensions of the pulling latch above, more versions are available under GN951.1.

Specification

Stainless Steel NI - Sheet metal parts / U-bolt latch AISI 304, Pin AISI 303.

All moving parts lubricated with special grease.

Handle with plastic sleeve - red, oil resistant.

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