JW Winco Introduces Latch-Type Toggle Clamps

JW Winco’s new latch-type toggle clamps are RoHS compliant, compact and can ensure high holding capacities.

NEW BERLIN, WI — JW Winco, Inc., A Ganter Company, a leading supplier of standard industrial machine components, announced the introduction of GN 852.3 Steel & Stainless-Steel Latch Type Toggle Clamps, heavy duty type, with safety hook.

The latch type toggle clamps, which are RoHS compliant, are compact in design and can be used to ensure high holding capacities. The circular movement of the handle is transformed into the linear action of the latch. In the clamped position, the U-bolt latch with clamping arm is parallel to the plane of the operating handle.

When the toggle clamp is clamped, a safety hook positively locks onto the body. This prevents inadvertent or vibration-induced release from the clamping position. Unlocking of the safety hook is achieved by one-hand operation. The stroke of the U-bolt latch of these toggle clamps can be adjusted within its range.

JW Winco offers an extensive selection of inch and metric size adjustable levers, cabinet U-handles, plastic and steel hinges and locking mechanisms, revolving and retractable handles, hand wheels, hand cranks, tube connection and conveyor components, inch and metric construction tubing, shock absorption mounts, leveling mounts, hand knobs, spring, ball and indexing plungers, jig, fixture and fastening components, retaining magnet assemblies, toggle clamps, metric casters and wheels, universal joints, oil sight glasses, and metric tools for the industrial and commercial equipment industries. JW Winco’s new website, with improved 3D CAD and online buying, is viewable at www.jwwinco.com.

JW Winco, which is ISO 9001:2008 certified, is located in New Berlin, Wis., with sales locations in Canada and Mexico. For more information, contact JW Winco at 800-877-8351, by fax at 800-472-0670, on the Web at www.jwwinco.com, and via e-mail at [email protected]

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