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    C-Clamp Locking Pliers, 6 inch/11 inch/18 inch

    Wholesale price 6-in. / 9-in. / 11-in. / 14-in. / 18-in. C-clamp locking pliers, wide-opening jaw, made of high-grade carbon steel and Nickel-plated finish for durability and rust proof, ergonomic handle for comfortable grip, adjustable screw attached to the handle for controling the clamping pressure, ideal for clamping any material in various shapes.
    SKU: T-PL-CCLP
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    Minimum purchase quantity: 10
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    Delivery date: 6-12 days

    Wholesale C-clamp locking pliers at reasonable price. The locking pliers, C-clamp with swivel pads, provide great convenience for clamping in a variety of shapes, selectable 6 inch, 9 inch, 11 inch, 14 inch and 18 inch in pliers sizes. C-clamp pliers is constructed with high carbon steel with Nickel-plated finish, durable and rust resistant. The screw is easy to adjust for ideal clamping pressure and comfortable-grip handle provides you a easy work.

    Specification

    Model T-DLQ-6 T-DLQ-9 T-DLQ-11 T-DLQ-14 T-DLQ-18
    Size * 6 inch 9 inch 11 inch 14 inch 18 inch
    Material High-Carbon Steel Jaw
    Overall Length 175mm 235mm 280mm 345mm 450mm
    Overall Width 85mm 110mm 135mm 140mm 145mm
    C-Jaw Length * Width 55mm * 40mm 80mm * 65mm 90mm * 70mm 90mm * 135mm 90mm * 230mm
    Handle Length 110mm 140mm 170mm 170mm 170mm
    Jaw Capacity 40mm 55mm 80mm 120mm 170mm
    Weight 215g 454g 742g 1007g 1199g

    Note: The sizes are approximate.

    Dimemsion Drawing

    C-Clamp Locking Pliers Dimension Drawing 
    6 inch 9 inch 11 inch 18 inch C-Clamp Locking Pliers

    Tips: Working principle of pliers

    The basic principle of pliers is the use of two levers, connected with a rivet at a point in the middle, so that the two ends can move relative to each other. As long as one end is operated with one hand, the other end can grip the object. In order to reduce the user's effort in operation, according to the mechanical lever principle, the handle of the pliers is usually longer than the head of the pliers. In this way, a stronger clamping force can be obtained with less force to meet the use requirements. This translates smaller external forces, such as the hand force applied to the pliers arm, into greater force, allowing the pliers to clamp or shear effectively. When the force applied to the pliers handle increases with the lever ratio, the force applied to the pliers jaw produces a force that holds and moves. To generate a large external force, the distance from the center of the pliers riveting position to the handle must be as long as possible, and the distance from the hold or shear point to the center of the riveting position must be as short as possible. But many pliers do not greatly increase hand power because they simply make it easier to operate in difficult areas, such as electronics assembly and electronics and precision engineering applications.

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