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Terrier TNMK 1 Ton Non-Marring Lifting Clamp

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  • This product is rated for overhead lifting.
  • Made in Netherlands

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  • Terrier TNMK 1 Ton Non-Marring Lifting Clamp

    • A non-marring (aka non-marking) clamp with two special synthetic pads
    • Used for lifting, handling and transporting stainless steel, aluminum, copper, wood and marble plates and will not leave any marks
    • The clamp remains locked in both the closed and open position
    • The minimum Working Load Limit is 5% of the maximum Working Load Limit
  • MPN
    Vertical Clamps
    WLL (tons)
    WLL (lbs)
    Inside Eye
    Jaw Opening
    0.04" - 1.18"
    Weight (lbs)
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