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ADJUSTABLE CLAMPING LEVER FROM FDB

20-09-2016
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The 6-141 adjustable clamping lever from FDB Panel Fittings offers quick, easy and tool-less fixing of components with push-button activated release or adjustment.

It is suitable for short-term location of workpieces or frameworks which require frequent manual re-setting, e.g. during production processes – or for temporary structures such as instrument mounts where it provides a simple secure clamping action with quick release.

This DIRAK clamping lever is available in male (threaded stud) or female (internally threaded) formats, from M5 to M10.

For more information and a complete set of products, visit FDB's website: www.fdbonline.com

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