Heavy duty clamp
Clamp / weld / thread/ weld thread
Dairy, food, beverage, pharmacy, cosmetic, Chemical, etc
6) Availably Standard
7) Inner /Outer surface
Ra 0.8um-0.5um 320/240 grit polishing
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We can provide free samples, and, we have report for each samples, you can check our quality very well before place officialorder.
Why choose us?
1.We are manufacture for 10 years. Our company built in 2007, develop very fast during 10 years
2.We have more than100employees，5+ years employees around 80%.
3.We have the most sophisticated modern production equipment, with high-end market can fully meet the current demand for production equipment CNC machine
4.Finished Goods warehouse
5. Packing shop
Professional technology, advanced production equipment, high-quality staff, is the basis of pure product quality.
Before buying the equipment, our professional engineers will make a detailed technical exchange will make a detailed technical exchange, supplying many kinds of solution according to client's requires
Testing seal test
Testing standards is carried out in accordace with DIN EN 12266-1
100% of the valves are sealed after installation test
Body mtterial structure
Liquid penetrant test holes
Standards of professional equipment testing
Coordinate measuring machine(CMM)
An engineer's vise, also known as a metalworking vise or machinist's vise, is used to clamp metal instead of wood. It is used to hold metal when filing or cutting. It is sometimes made of cast steel or malleable cast iron, but most are made of cast iron. However, most heavy duty vises are 55,000 psi cast steel or 65,000 psi ductile iron. Some vises have a cast iron body but a steel channel bar. Cast iron is popular because it is typically 30 ksi grey iron which is rigid, strong and inexpensive. The jaws are often separate and replaceable, usually engraved with serrated or diamond teeth. Soft jaw covers made of aluminum, copper, wood (for woodworking) or plastic may be used to protect delicate work. The jaw opening of an engineer's vise is almost always the same size as the jaw width, if not bigger.
An engineer's vise is bolted onto the top surface of a workbench, with the face of the fixed jaws just forward of its front edge. The vise may include other features such as a small anvil on the back of its body. Most engineer's vises have a swivel base. Some engineer's vises marketed as "Homeowner Grade" are not made of steel or cast iron, but of pot metal or a very low grade of iron, typically with a tensile strength of under 10 ksi. Most homeowner's bench vises have an exposed screw.