Irwin T546EL7 6/150mm Mini Quick Grip

Irwin T546EL7 6/150mm Mini Quick Grip
Irwin T546EL7 6/150mm Mini Quick Grip
Irwin T546EL7 6/150mm Mini Quick Grip
Irwin T546EL7 6/150mm Mini Quick Grip
Irwin T546EL7 6/150mm Mini Quick Grip
Irwin T546EL7 6/150mm Mini Quick Grip
Irwin T546EL7 6/150mm Mini Quick Grip
Irwin T546EL7 6/150mm Mini Quick Grip
Irwin T546EL7 6/150mm Mini Quick Grip
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Product details
  • Length
    32.5 cm
  • Width
    17 cm
  • Height
    1.14 cm
  • Weight
    0.322 kg
  • Material
  • Colour
    Blue, Yellow, Black
  • Pcs per pack
    10 products
  • Warranty
    1 year
  • Clamping capacity
    62 mm
  • NF certification
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Irwin: T546EL7 6"/150mm Mini Quick Gip

Irwin This range of Quick-Grip bar clamps feature a quick change jaw that can quickly convert from clamp to spreader with no tools. Constructed out of high-tech reinforced resin for strength and durability. Its patented pistol grip design enhances comfort and ease of use. Non-marring pads grip firmly and protect work. Ideal for clamping/gluing, holding work for sawing/drilling, and positioning work for fastening. One-handed operation.

Features and Benefits
Swivel jaw with lock for clamping uneven surfaces
Square XP-style protective pads distribute pressure evenly whilst protecting the work surface
135kg of clamping pressure giving great performance when gluing and clamping
Improved quick-change screw mechanism allows for easy conversion to a spreader

Typical Applications
Holding work for sawing/drilling
Positioning work for fastening
MPN: T546EL7
EAN: 5715110790585 Irwin T546EL7 6"/150mm Mini Quick Gip

T546EL7 6"/150mm Mini Quick Gip Attributes:

Bar Material: High-Tech Reinforced Resin
Clamp Features: Removable Jaw Pads Qick-Release Trigger
Clamping Force: 63.5kg
Handle Material: Nylon Resin
Handle Type: Pistol Grip
Jaw Material: Nylon Resin
Jaw Pad Material: TPE
Jaw Pad Movement: Fixed
MFR Part No.: T546EL7
Maximum Spreader Size: 360mm
Minimum Spreader Size: 195mm
Opening Capacity: 150mm
Overall Length: 150mm
Spreader Range: 195 to 360mm
Throat Depth: 75mm
Type: Quick Clamp
Overall rating out of 11 customer reviews
Customer reviews
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4 January 2022
Purchase date: 10/12/2021
Simple, practical, robust. Use for multiple tasks around the home.
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1 September 2021
Purchase date: 09/05/2020
It works very well, especially used to other traditional ones, but they have little depth, so the grip you have to do very close to the edges
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23 November 2020
Purchase date: 12/11/2020
Excellent quality in its operation and very robust
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22 October 2020
Purchase date: 30/09/2020
Absolutely perfect satisfied by irwin as usual! The seller is very efficient and serious! Received very quickly!
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About The Brand
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IRWIN is a leading manufacturer of hand tools and power tools, primarily for the professional market. The company was founded in 1885 in Martinsville, Ohio. Fun fact: its founder was a pharmacist, Charles Irwin, who called it the Irwin Auger Bit Company, because it was primarily a bit and bit-making shop. Irwin had bought the patent rights from a nearby blacksmith for a flat wood bit with cutting lugs, making woodworking easier. At the same time, and later in Nebraska, another blacksmith, William Petersen (descended from Danish immigrants), also had a bright idea: to create vise-grips with a more powerful grip, thanks to the famous Vise-grip design. He patented the invention and set up the Petersen Manufacturing Company; previously, he had sold his pliers from the boot of his car. In 1993, the two companies merged: the Petersen Manufacturing Company, now the American Tool Companies, acquired Irwin Tool Company, before the group became part of the Newell Rubbermaid group, founded in 1903. Irwin has since moved its headquarters to Huntersville, North Carolina. In addition to Vise-Grip, Irwin boasts a broad portfolio of innovations, including Jack for its saws, Quick-Grip for its clamps, Speedbor for its flat bits... Since 1961, Irwin has sponsored the Irwin Tools Night Race, a stock-car race in the American NASCAR championship.
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