Lever clamp GH

Product details
  • Greater reserves of power, thanks to optimised rail profile, for even clamping force build‐up, especially under maximum utilisation of the clamping range
  • Non‐slip trigger release
  • Sintered steel cams – particularly hard‐wearing, low friction due to higher surface hardness
  • Quick – up to 5 x faster than regular clamps
  • Secure – vibration resistant
  • Strong – clamping force up to 8,500 N
steel wood
Order number Opening Throat depth Rail Weight
mm mm mm kg
GH12 120 60 15x6 0.49
GH16 160 80 17,5x6,8 0.64
GH20-8 200 80 17,5x6,8 0.68
GH20 200 100 22x8,5 1.1
GH25 250 120 24,5x9,5 1.44
GH30-12 300 120 24,5x9,5 1.51
GH40-12 400 120 24,5x9,5 1.67
GH30 300 140 28x11 2.22
GH40 400 120 28x11 2.38
GH50 500 120 28x11 2.61
GH60 600 120 28x11 2.78
GH80 800 120 28x11 3.14
GH100 1000 120 28x11 3.57
Secure ratchet mechanism

The ratchet mechanism ensures rapid, controlled, vibration‐free clamping. A hardened cam at the end of the lever ensures a long service life.

Maximum stability

The optimised profile shape with greater reserves of force enables a more even application of force – especially under full utilisation of clamping width. The fixed clamp forged from a single piece with moulded pressure plate is hardened, tempered and galvanised, making it highly durable and torsion-resistant.

Forged sliding arm

The sliding arm is serrated and made from tempered, drop‐forged steel. For an extremely long service life.

Ergonomic clamping and release lever

The powder-coated clamping lever has a particularly ergonomic shape. The plastic-coated non-slip release lever provides a secure hold as you release the clamp.

  • Interior fittings
  • Metal construction
  • DIY
  • Furniture and joinery works
  • Dry construction
  • Locksmith work
  • Clamping with lever forces - fast, safe, strong
  • Clamping tools are not suitable for lifting, pulling or transporting.
  • Clamping tools may only be clamped manually without using any auxiliary tools.
  • Improper use can cause personal injuries or material damage.
  • Never change or modify clamping tools. Only use them in their original condition. Only use original‐spare parts if required.
  • Fixed and sliding bracket made of tempered steel, galvanised
  • Lever made of zinc die-cast, powder-coated
  • Connecting elements made of steel, galvanised or phosphated
  • Release button made of plastic
  • Regular maintenance is necessary - only then can a secure hold be guaranteed (no slipping of the sliding bracket)
  • Clean the rails with solvent
  • Always keep the rail free of grease, oil or dried glue, waxes and silicone-based release agents
  • Clean and oil the spindle regularly
  • If the rail is shiny, roughen both narrow sides with emery cloth (100 grain)
  • Clean and oil the pawl regularly