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Bessey Gearclamp - 6" Opening Capacity ~ GK15

Bessey Gearclamp - 6" Opening Capacity ~ GK15

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  • Model No. GK15
  • Fast action, secure clamping force up to 450 lbs
  • 6" max opening - 2-3/8" throat depth
  • 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
  • Plastic pressure caps protect the work piece surface
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  •  This Bessey GearKlamp 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. High-quality two-component plastic handle positioned around the rail of Gearclamp.

    From the Manufacturer - About Bessey

       Since 1889, Bessey has been setting standards in hand clamping & cutting technology. Our core competencies of research & development allow us to continuously create innovative new products &, to improve upon our current products. Bessey's tools are produced from the top quality materials, using state of-the-art techniques. This allows the highest degree of comfort, safety & user-friendliness so that you can also benefit from our unique innovation advantage &, in accordance with our company motto: “Bessey. Simply better.“

  • Product Max Opening Reach/Throat Depth Clamping Pressure Bar Size Overall Length Model #
    Bessey Gearclamp - 6" Opening Capacity ~ GK15 6" 2-3/8" 450 lbs. 3/4" Wide  x  1/4" Thickness 12-1/2"


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