GearKlamp® bar clamps, GK series
- High-quality two-component plastic handle positioned around the rail
- Fast action, secure clamping force up to 450 lbs
- Quick-release shift button to quickly adjust sliding bar
- Fully enclosed gear train to keep dust and debris out
- Ideal for clamping in cramped spaces
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Intelligent design, The first clamp of it's kind easily reaches places that were once difficult or impossible to access. Patented mechanism separates spindle from handle for greater clearance. The unique mechanism allows the handle to be offset from the point of contact. This creates the possibility of reaching "into” confined spaces to achieve clamping solutions. Fully enclosed mechanism is protected from dust and debris.
Easy to use, Quick adjust button for big movements on the bar. Quick turn handle for comfortable, strong clamping.
Ideal for clamping operations ..., ... in a cramped location. Up against another object. Reaching into or across somewhere to clamp.
BESSEY® Strength, Tempered steel, profiled rail for durability. Secure clamping force up to 450 lbs. Durable construction using fiberglass reinforced polyamide housing.
Protective caps over grooved grip, Removeable pad reveals a grooved section to clamp oddly shaped objects. Protective caps are provided to prevent marring of wood.
With the new gearclamp from BESSEY, you get a solution for conveniently clamping work even in the tightest spaces. To do this, BESSEY separated the handle from the spindle and positioned it around the rail. The GearKlamp force is transferred due to the internal gear mechanism concealed in the suding jaw. The new gearclamp design is much more compact in comparison to classic screw clamps, lever clamps and one-handed clamps, which gives the user key advantages: For one thing, there are no disruptive tool components in the work area for the mechanic to run into and thus damage the workpiece or even injure themselves. Ergonomic handling is guaranteed in every clamping situation. The result is not having to twist your hand and be more comfortable when working. Try it out – you’ll be thrilled!