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Vertical Toggle Clamp GH-101-A

This is a smallest wide opening hold down toggle clamp with 110 lbs holding capacity. It features an oil and stain resistant red hand grip and is supplied with a #10-32 x 1-3/8 flat cushion cap spindle. The clamp is made of steel with zinc plating. It has a vertical handle type, flanged base type, U-bar, and opens to 100 degrees.

  • MODEL: GH-101-A (M5*40)
  • Materials Option: Mild Steel or Satinless steel 304
  • Surface Treatment: Zinc plated for mild steel ; Polished for stainless steel 304
  • Net Weight: Around 70 to 75 gram
  • Holding Capacity: 50KGS or 110LBS or 490N
  • Bar Opens: 100°
  • Handle Opens: 56°


Product Description

Hold-down clamp GH-102-Bt70

Hold-down clamp GH-101-B is a side-mount hold-down toggle clamp with a U-shaped clamping bar. It has a holding capacity of 100Kg/220Lbs, a natural state opening of 90 degrees, and a zinc-plated finish. The handle is red, and the mounting hole diameter is 4.5mm, with a mounting hole distance of 20mm x 14mm (LW). The rubber cushion thread size is M6 x 38mm, the clamp bar length is 25mm, and the clamp size is 119 x 30 x 100mm (LW*H). The grip has a minimum 90-degree angle for easy loading and unloading, and the material is cold-rolled carbon steel with a zinc-plated coating for corrosion resistance.
Whats the difference between manual toggle clamps and other type of toggle clamp.
A manual toggle clamp is a type of toggle clamp that is operated manually, typically by hand, to secure an object in place. Other types of toggle clamps may be operated using pneumatic or hydraulic power, or may be automated using electrical or mechanical systems.

One of the main differences between a manual toggle clamp and other types of toggle clamps is the way in which they are actuated. Manual toggle clamps typically use a lever or handle that is turned or pulled to apply pressure to the object being clamped. Other types of toggle clamps may use a piston or cylinder to apply pressure, or may be controlled using a switch or button.

Another difference between manual toggle clamps and other types of toggle clamps is the amount of force that they can apply. Manual toggle clamps are typically limited by the strength of the operator, while other types of toggle clamps can apply much greater forces using pneumatic or hydraulic power.

Finally, manual toggle clamps are often more portable and easier to use in tight spaces than other types of toggle clamps. They are also typically less expensive and more widely available than other types of toggle clamps.

In summary, the main differences between a manual toggle clamp and other types of toggle clamps are the way in which they are actuated, the amount of force that they can apply, and their portability and ease of use.



Introducing the GH-101-A Vertical Hinge Clamp, a reliable and versatile tool for holding workpieces securely in place in a variety of woodworking, metalworking, and other industrial applications. This clamp is designed to provide a strong and stable grip while allowing easy and convenient operation, making it a must-have addition to any workshop or production line.

 Vertical Hinge Clamp GH-101-A is made of high-quality materials and is durable enough to withstand the rigors of daily use. Its durable construction ensures it can handle the demands of heavy-duty tasks without compromising performance. The clamp's rugged design provides the necessary strength and stability to hold workpieces securely in place, minimizing the risk of movement or slippage during machining or assembly.

 One of the outstanding features of the vertical hinge clamp GH-101-A is its vertical orientation, allowing for efficient and space-saving clamping in applications where horizontal space is limited or where a vertical clamping position is preferred. This makes it ideal for securing workpieces to vertical surfaces such as walls or columns, and for keeping items in an upright position on workbenches or machines. The clamp's vertical design also allows it to be used in conjunction with fixtures and clamps that require vertical clamping force, extending its versatility and usefulness in a wide range of applications.

 The GH-101-A features a user-friendly toggle mechanism that provides quick and easy clamping action. The toggle lever can be easily operated with one hand, making it easy to secure or release workpieces. This intuitive design ensures the clamp can be operated efficiently and precisely, saving valuable time and effort during repetitive clamping tasks. Additionally, the toggle mechanism is designed to provide a safe and secure hold, giving users confidence that their workpiece will remain securely in place throughout the machining or assembly process.

 To further enhance its functionality, the vertical hinge clamp GH-101-A is equipped with adjustable clamping pressure, allowing users to fine-tune the amount of force exerted on the workpiece according to their specific requirements. This flexibility allows it to adapt to a variety of materials and thicknesses, ensuring the clamp can easily and effectively secure all materials from thin to thick panels. The ability to adjust clamping pressure also helps prevent damage to delicate or fragile materials, making the clamp suitable for a variety of woodworking and crafting tasks.

 In summary, the Vertical Hinge Clamp GH-101-A is a durable, versatile and easy-to-use clamping solution that provides reliable performance in a variety of industrial and shop environments. Its vertical orientation, user-friendly toggle mechanism and adjustable clamping pressure make it an indispensable tool for holding workpieces securely in place, while its durable construction ensures long-lasting durability and reliability. Whether used for woodworking, metalworking, or other applications, the GH-101-A is sure to become an important addition to any workbench or production line, providing the strength and stability needed to handle a variety of clamping tasks.