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How does a clamp grip door and board carrier work?

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Clamping types of door or board carriers grip sheet materials and lift or pull them Clamp grip door and board carriers have self-adjusting clamp grips which clamp the edge of sheet materials. They are shaped so that they open wider when they are pushed down either side of an edge, and close tighter when they are lifted up.
Most door or board carriers which clamp onto sheets or panels can pull boards from racks as well as lift and carry them The positioning of the grips relative to the handle means that they can be used to lift and carry sheet material by clamping onto a top or side edge. They’re often used in pair, with two people holding a carrier each at either end of the sheet. If one person is using them they can lift by gripping on the top edge of the sheet.
Most door or board carriers which clamp onto sheets or panels can pull boards from racks as well as lift and carry them They can be used to vertically lift sheets or pull them horizontally. The weight of the sheet being carried keeps the grips engaged until they are released, by taking the weight off the grips. The heavier the weight, the greater the clamping force.
The shape of the clamping grips on some door or board carriers tightens as you lift the weight with it These door and board carriers’ grips have soft rubber coatings which protect materials they’re gripping and provide friction so smooth materials, like glass, can be carried. Some clamp grip door or board carriers have a cable which can be used to release the clamps more easily.

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