C-Type Clamp

Ex901 Series

  • Ex901 Non-Sparking, Non-Magnetic C-Type Clamp
  • Ex901 Non-Sparking, Non-Magnetic C-Type Clamp Dimensional Drawing
  • Ex901 Non-Sparking, Non-Magnetic C-Type Clamp
  • Ex901 Non-Sparking, Non-Magnetic C-Type Clamp Dimensional Drawing
  • Non-Sparking
  • Non-Magnetic
  • Corrosion Resistant
  • TUV & ISO 9001:2015 Production Certified
  • Lifetime Warranty

Applications:

  • Non-sparking c-type clamp for use in petrochemical, grain production (explosive-dust), utilities, and hazmat applications.
  • Non-magnetic c-type clamp for use in MRI/NMR, nuclear products, electronic manufacturing, and other sensitive equipment.
  • Corrosion Resistant c-type clamp for use in desalination plants, chemical/paper manufacturing, and shipyards.

  • Standard Sizes
  • ALLOYS & USE
When ordering, specify:
 A = Aluminum BronzeB = Copper Beryllium
Example:Ex901-100AEx901-100B
No.
a max
inch
b
inch
l
inch
Wt.
lbs.
a max
mm
b
mm
l
mm
Wt.
kg
Ex901-10042-3/412-3/83.77100703091.71
How to Choose the Correct Alloy for Your Application
 Aluminum-Bronze (AlBr) AlloyCopper-Beryllium (CuBe2) Alloy
Zone CompatibilityFulfill demand in ATEX Directive 94/9/EC for work in Zones 1, 2, 21 and 22Fulfill demand in ATEX Directive 94/9/EC for work in Zones 0, 1, 2, 20, 21 and 22
Hardness27 HRC38 HRC
DurabilityNot as durable as CuBe.Very durable due to high hardness and tensile strength.
Magnetic PropertiesLow magnetism due to minimal ferrous components. Appropriate for non-critical non-magnetic applications.Non-ferrous components; safer for applications demanding non-magnetic properties.
CompositionAl: 10.3%
Fe: 4.5%
Ni: 4.5%
Other: 0.5%
Cu: Balance
Be: 1.9%
Co + Ni: 0.4%
Other: 0.5%
Cu: Balance

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Use Guidelines
Proper UseMisuse
Store C-clamps by clamping them in a rack, not in a drawer.Use pads with C-clamps to avoid marring the work.Discard any clamp that has a bent frame or a bent spindle.Keep all moving parts lightly oiled and clean; however, make sure there is no dirt or oil on any part that will come in contact with the work.Make sure swivel at end of the screw is turning freely before using.Avoid using extra large clamps just for the sake of their large throats; instead usedeep-throat clamps.Do not use a wrench, pipe, hammer, or pliers, to gain extra tightening; a wrench should be used only on those clamps especially designed for tightening with a wrench.Never use a C-clamp for hoisting work. Special lifting clamps are made for this purpose.Never use a C-clamp for hoisting or for supporting a scaffold or platform, that may be used to carry people.Do not use C-clamps for securing a load that may be carried over a public highway; vibration may cause the clamps to loosen and the load to break loose.

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