Down-Thrust Clamps swivelling, size 82.5

EH 23310.

The down-thrust clamp is a universal mechanical clamp that allows fast and easy exchange and clamping of workpieces - as the clamping claw can be easily manually swivelled to clear the workpiece.

The down-thrust clamps provide the following advantages:

  • Compact design
  • Clamping force of up to max. 30 kN via a clamping screw WS 36
  • Clamping head swivels 360°
  • Clamping stroke 30 mm
  • Clamping height max. 250 mm
  • Integrated clamping height stop for safe use

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h1 max. [mm]:
250 mm
h1 min. [mm]:
220 mm
d2 [mm]:
M20
Stroke s [mm]:
30 mm
Clamping force max. [kN]:
30 kN
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23310.0070
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$2,972.21
Down-Thrust Clamps
  • h1 max.: 250 mm
  • h1 min.: 220 mm
  • b1: 155 mm
  • d1: 82.5 mm
  • d2: M20
  • d3: 62 mm
  • h2: 30 mm
  • l1: 115 mm
  • l2: 148 mm
  • l3: 49 mm
  • Stroke s: 30 mm
  • Clamping force max.: 30 kN
  • Tightening torque max.: 200 Nm
  • Weight: 21 kg
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Down-Thrust Clamps

Material

  • Case-hardened steel, case-hardened, blackened and ground

References

The positioning ring 23310.0351 ensures a repeatable precise clamping.

Assembly

Fixture via 4 cap screws M 24 with a hole spacing 100 x 100 mm

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