Irwin Plastic & Steel Mini Bar Clamp (L)150mm

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5715110790585
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With a 6" clamping range and 75kg clamping force for improved hold whilst gluing and holding, this plastic and steel mini bar clamp from Irwin comes with an ergonomically designed plastic grip handle, created for added comfort whilst working. It's suitable for smaller jobs and applications in tight areas. The quick release clamp makes releasing the materials you're working on easier, especially in smaller spaces.

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Technical specification of Irwin Plastic & Steel Mini Bar Clamp (L)150mm
Brand Irwin
Colour description Black, blue and yellow
Construction material Plastic & steel
Handle type Plastic grip handle
Clamp type Quick release clamp
Clamping capacity/range 6"
Clamping force 75kg
Length 150mm
Model T546EL7

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