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Case-hardened steel, nitrided, manganese phosphated and ground
Case-hardened steel, nitrided, manganese phosphated
For specific clamping situations, the standard clamping jaws supplied can be exchanged or replaced (see catalogue drawing: screw ISO 4762 - M8 - 12.9, M max. = 43 Nm).
Mount the floating clamp onto the device (mounting holes for M 6, see drawing).
Adjust the height limit stop and the rotating area with the sleeve, and clamp with set screw (4x WS 2.5). When setting the height limit upwards provide generous clearance (workpiece tolerance).
Push the floating clamp downwards.
Pivot the clamping jaws inwards.
Release floating clamp. The bottom jaw contacts the workpiece with the force of the contact spring.
Tighten the fixture nut (WS 18) (max. torque 15 Nm).
The jaws clamp the workpiece - the clamp is still floating.
Then tighten the hexagon collar nut (WS 10) (max. torque 10 Nm).
The workpiece clamping process is complete.
Releasing is performed in the reverse order: Release hexagon collar nut (WS 10) - release hexagon nut (WS 18) - pivot out the clamping jaws
Floating clamp is in end position.
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Datasheet EH 23320. Floating Clamps – compact construction, separate clamping and locking M 12
As an accessory, we offer clamping jaws with an increased clamping range, refer to 23320.0050-.0058, as well as pivot jaws, refer to 23320.0148-.0156.
Contains lead - compliant according to exceptions 6a / 6b / 6c
Contains SVHC substances >0,1% w/w
Contains lead - SVHC list [REACH] as of 08.07.2021
Contains Proposition 65 substances
Lead can cause cancer and reproductive harm from exposure
Free from Conflict Minerals
This product does not contain any substances designated as "conflict minerals" such as tantalum, tin, gold or tungsten from the Democratic Republic of Congo or adjacent countries.