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Please note - Handle length is measured from the centre of the release button to the tip of the handle. Many other colours and styles are available on request.
Clamping Handles from Sinclair & Rush.
Our range of Clamping Handles are used to apply higher forces when clamping down panels using the ratchet system. The handle can be easily re-adjusted with the release button and re-engaged for further tightening. All of our Clamping Handles are made from Glass Reinforced Nylon and metal threaded parts and mechanism including Stainless Steel parts.
Both Male and Female versions of our Clamping Handles are available with Metric Threads ranging between M6 to M12. Many other styles and colour combinations are available on request, the standard range above are Black with Black Buttons unless stated otherwise.
We offer a standard stock range of Clamping Handles available for next-day delivery and can also assist with any custom enquiries that you have relating to this product. If you cannot find the part you are looking for, or need any help selecting the correct size, please call our Sales Team now on 01634 686504 and we will be happy to assist.
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Benefits of using Clamping Handles
- Glass Reinforced Nylon Handles
- Metal threads and mechanisms
- Many other colour combinations available
- Apply pressure without exerting excessive force
- Our agents are available on Live Chat if you need any help
Sinclair & Rush offers
- Free carriage over £25 for online orders to UK Mainland
- Order from just 1 piece upwards
- Free of charge samples on request
- Dedicated account manager for single point of contact
- Free technical advice our UK based experts
- Great discounts for larger orders
I have been in business for some 40 years and it is rare to receive such prompt, efficient service. From not knowing exactly what I needed, to receiving 2 samples then my order on following days is exceptional, even though the size of order was no exactly your largest ever. Thank you, Ryan.