New swing clamps offer improved productivity

Designed to be actuated by an impact wrench or nut runner these swing clamps provide fast, economical clamping and unclamping to offer improved productivity.

Designed by IMAO of Japan these lean, high performance swing clamps use a power tool to complete the clamping and unclamping of workpieces in a short period of time, and more economically than with hydraulic clamps.

The “Quick-Acting” version is for use by an operator with an impact wrench.

The clamp arm swings in the clockwise direction only and the action of these clamps is to swing in swift response to the turning speed of the impact wrench.

It then moves down for positive clamping and the short clamp-arm travel ensures quick clamping.

The “Spiral-Acting” version is perfect for use in robotic production lines where robots use a nut runner to automate the process.

It has an internal spiral groove that allows the clamp arm to swing positively in both clockwise and counterclockwise directions. The clamp arm swings then moves down for positive clamping in a matter of seconds.

Each version is available in two sizes, one with a clamping force of 6,000N and the other provides 10,000N.

Romheld Automation
Ph: 1800 465 348