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Locking clamps available in different sizes Locking clamps are available in a range of sizes, from light-duty to heavy-duty models. The size of a locking clamp can be measured by its jaw opening, its throat depth and the clamp’s overall length. This information can determine whether a locking clamp is large enough to hold a particular workpiece.

Jaw opening

The jaw opening is how wide the jaws can open The jaw opening refers to how wide the moveable jaw can open from the fixed jaw.

The opening space between the ends of the two jaws indicates the clamp’s capacity.

Jaw opening of a locking clamp The smallest jaw opening available is 10mm (0.5″ approx.).

The largest jaw opening available is 250mm (10″ approx.).

Throat depth

Throat depths is how deep the jaws are The throat depth can be measured by the distance from the ends of the jaws to the edge of the handle.

Some long-reach locking clamps are designed with extremely deep throats in order to clamp wider or larger workpieces.

Throat depth of a locking clamp The smallest throat depth available is 40mm (1.5″ approx.).

The largest throat depth available is 390mm (15.5″ approx.).

Length

The overall length of a locking clamp The length of a locking clamp can vary and is measured by the distance from the edge of the jaws to the end of the handle.
Length of a locking clamp The smallest length available is 150mm (6″ approx.).

The largest length available is 600mm (24″ approx.).