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Camlok LJ plate clamps  picture
Camlok LJ plate clamps  picture

Camlok LJ Plate clamps

Camlok LJ plate clamps  picture
Camlok LJ plate clamps  picture
Non-marring clamp model LJ-Rr
Capacity 500 - 1500 kg
The LJr non-marring grab is suitable for lifting, turning and transporting of plates with a sensitive surface without leaving behind indentations.
It can be used for aluminium and stainless steel plate or those with an extremely hard surface.
the soft rubber jaw linings grip the surface.

Features & Benefits

Designed to lift thin-gauge steel plates, stainless steel, iron, timber, and aluminum without marring or damaging the surface
Lifts plates from the horizontal to vertical position and vice versa through 180º
The performance on the rubber lined jaws is affected by standing water so theplate must be clean and dry
The LJ clamp is suitable for surface hardness greater than 300 Brinell (32HRc)
Minimum load will not affect the LJ clamps as they do not have teeth for bite. However some load is required to combat friction in the clamp, the minimum load is stamped on the side of the clamp. Extra care must be taken when lifting plates in the lower 20% of their rated capacity. Thin plates are best lifted with the fixed jaw on top when performing a horizontal to vertical lift.
The clamp may not be suitable for lifting highly polished plates where the polish process may leave lubricating compounds
Design factor 4:1