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Hydraulic Clamping

Swing Clamps
Swing Clamps
Kurt Workholding introduces a wide range of Swing Clamps having clamping capacity of 47...
VT Series Link Clamp
VT Series Link Clamp
The clamping mechanism on this series of hydraulic clamping cylinders works on a lever ...
TC Series Category
TC Series Threaded Body Cylinders
The Threaded Body Clamping Cylinders are designed for part holding, part positioni...
WS-BL Work Supports
WS-BL Work Supports
Collet design can produce larger supporting force than a sleeve design. Large...
Valves
Valves
Kurt Workholding Valves are a great addition to your clamping system. ...
Seal Kits
Seal Kits
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Kurt Workholding hydraulic clamping solutions offers a wide range of Swing Clamps having clamping capacity of 475 lbs. to 6,000 lbs. at 5,000 PSI. The single cylinder design powers both the swing and clamp force cycle. The single cylinder swing clamp design allows for the clamp to swing left or right when unclamping to allow access to remove the part. Loading and unloading are a much easier task with the swing clamp design.

There are three types of clamping Cylinders:

  • Swing Action Clamps
  • Link Clamps (Vertical Swing Clamps)
  • Threaded Body Cylinders.

Within the Kurt hydraulic clamping systems the swing clamps can be configured for single or double acting. These clamps can be manifold mounted as well as used with the threaded ports. The link clamps have an integrated flow control valve that is easily adjusted from the top face of the clamp body.

Some accessory items available for all hydraulic clamps are work supports, sequence valve, pressure reducing valve, flow control valve, directional control valve, and stand alone hydraulic pump.

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