Camlock Ligting Clamps


Most Camlok clamps use sharp teeth to bite into the plate being lifted. Once a clamp has bitten into the plate, it effectively becomes one with the plate and therefore the plate can be safely lifted. The design of the clamp is such that the load applied to the hook ring is magnified through a system of links to give a high gripping force to push the jaw teeth into the lifted plate. This gripping force is directly proportional to the load applied and self-actuating (i.e. the higher the load applied, the higher the gripping force). This is known as the primary action

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