TROY, Mich. — BORA®, a product division of Affinity Tool Works, offers a complete line of Pistol Grip Clamps. Ideal for a variety of clamping and spreading applications, the BORA clamps are a useful addition to any jobsite or home workshop, and great for all users, from professional contractors, remodelers and carpenters, to do-it-yourselfers and crafters.
Designed to provide a greater pressure-weight ratio, the pistol grip clamps are lightweight, yet offer superior clamping pressure and force. A leaf spring mechanism allows for greater clamping pressure, while the specially designed V-Groove cushions provide no-slip clamping on pipes and other rounded surfaces. The reversible head allows for both clamping and spreading, increasing usability and versatility.
The pistol grip clamps are ergonomically-designed, and available in five sizes. Offered in lengths of 6- or 12-inches, the two smaller models feature a 2 ½-inch head. The larger units are available in 18-, 24- and 36-inch lengths, with a 3 ½-inch head. Large, ergonomically designed handles enhance user comfort, while the increased travel-per-squeeze capability boosts efficiency and eases operator effort. The release lever is dipped for a more ergonomic feel. Furthermore, the larger 18-, 24- and 36-inch models feature dual-component, non-slip handles for added comfort.
Built from heavy-duty materials, the clamps are high quality and durable enough to last on any worksite. The body features a lightweight, high-glass fill for enhanced longevity, while the high-strength bar features protective bar armor, coated in black oxide for enhanced corrosion resistance. The pistol grip clamps are the newest addition to an ever-expanding line of specialty tools from BORA and backed by the company’s lifetime warranty.
BORA® professional tools are manufactured and marketed by Affinity Tool Works, LLC. For more information, contact Affinity Tool Works, 1161 Rankin Drive, Troy, MI 48083, call 248-588-0395, toll-free 866-588-0395, fax 248-588-0623, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org/blog, or visit the website at www.boratool.com or www.affinitytool.randwebsitedesign.com/blog.