Axminster Trade Clamps Sash Clamp
Axminster Trade Clamps Sash Clamp
£22.85 - £29.88 (£19.04 - £24.90 Ex. VAT)

Axminster Trade Clamps Sash Clamp

  • Made from 32 mm x 6 mm drawn steel
  • Grey ductile cast iron head and slides provide for strength
  • Clamp faces are 50 mm deep x 27 mm wide
  • Head is flat bottomed allowing the bar to stand upright
  • Screw has twin start thread for rapid adjustment
  • Corrosion resistant bar
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£22.85 - £29.88 (£19.04 - £24.90 Ex. VAT)

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In Detail

Sash clamps are especially useful for clamping large section workpieces. The bars of our trade sash clamps have a unique chemically blackened surface to resist corrosion. The 32 mm x 6 mm bars are made from cold drawn steel for strength. The grey ductile cast iron heads and slides are powder coated and with 50 mm x 27 mm wide clamp faces. The threaded spindles have hardened rolled threads with a twin start for rapid adjustment. The head has a flat base, allowing the clamp to stand upright without support.

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Clamping Force 5,884 N
Reviews (1)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 4.4 out of 5 based on 1 review

Newest Customer Reviews


Mike Loxley

15 August 2017

Great for gluing up

Over the years I’ve always wanted some decent clamps so when a friend asked me to build him a table I bought two 30 inch clamps to glue up the frame rails and legs. The clamps are heavy and solid and did the job with no flexing on the painted steel bars. A length of chain stops the lock pins from dropping and being lost on the workshop floor. I added some ply and cork packing to stop the heads marring the timber. Overall they were just right for the job, should last forever and will make future gluing up easier.
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