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GN482 Swivel Clamp Mounting, Aluminium

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Type Q - Clamping bore transverse to the swivel axis

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GN482 Swivel Clamp Mounting, Aluminium

These swivel clamp mountings, GN 482, can be combined with T-Swivel clamp mountings GN483, and attachment clamp mountings GN484  with the same k dimensions into swivel clamp mounting joints.

Clamping kits GN511.1 with screw (type S) and adjustable hand lever (type K) are available for this combination.

The clamping screw d4 - which is a socket cap screw with hexagonal socket DIN912 in the standard design - can be replaced by the clamping kit GN511 if desired.

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Aluminium

Matt, slide ground MT.

Anodized, black ELS.

Socket cap screws DIN912 - Stainless Steel AISI 304

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Clamping kits GN511

Clamping kits GN511.1

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