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GN147 Flanged Connector Clamp, Aluminium, Split Assembly

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Identification number 2 - with one clamping screw DIN912, stainless steel

Type B - Bore

Type V - Square

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GN147 Flanged Connector Clamp, Aluminium, Split Assembly

The clamping bores of these flanged connector clamps GN 147 are not machined and are specially designed for construction tubings GN990 or DIN2391, DIN2395 and DIN2462 respectively.

The square type is also suitable for use in profile systems.

The standard clamping screws are socket cap screws with hexagonal socket DIN912. They can be replaced by clamping kit GN911.

Specification

Aluminium - plastic coated, black, RAL 9005, textured finish SW, textured finish. Blank, BL, matt shot-blasted.

Clamping bores not machined

Socket cap screws DIN912 - stainless steel AISI 304

Hexagon nuts DIN985 - stainless steel AISI 304

Accessory

Adjustable clamping lever - GN911

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