spring clamp

spring clamp

spring clamp
A clamp esp. used to hold materials during gluing; similar to lightweight pliers in which clamping pressure is exerted by a spring.
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Said to be a cost effective solution for power distribution, the new OM adaptor with extended connecting cables is designed for control gear components with tension spring clamp terminals.
The Push-in terminals feature spring clamp, Easy Connect technology, which allows the timers and monitors to be wired quickly and easily without any tools.
Single screw fitment for the ball and for the spring clamp elements, facilitate quick and positive location - while spacers of 5mm, 10mm and 15mm allow the installation to compensate for differences of thickness between the door and the frame so ensuring a proper fit and finish.
99 SPRING CLAMP SET: The 12-piece combo has clamps in three sizes, which makes them versatile for small jobs from securing a piece of wood to a workbench to holding down a tarpaulin.
As we worked, we kept the hose coiled to make it easier to wrap and used a spring clamp to hold already-wrapped sections.
In 1969, Scott described the use of a hand-held spring clamp that controlled the infusion of a 500 ml bottle of 5% glucose containing 300 mg pethidine.
You've probably struggled with an ordinary spring clamp that doesn't hold very well.
A spring clamp that fits over the screw head, holding the bit in the slot, serves a similar purpose.
They are suitable for use in tight spaces and harsh environments, and they come in an array of choices including with a five-meter cable or with easy-to-wire spring clamp terminations.
The sensor distribution boxes are ideal for use in tight spaces and harsh environments and come in a wide array of choices including with a five-meter cable or with easy-to-wire spring clamp terminations.
2 series of terminal blocks uses spring clamp terminations and can accept the standard blade type fuse.