CTC-50G 50mm C-Clamp


 


The CTC-50G is a black anodized load rated heavy duty C-clamp made from extruded aluminium with a load rating of 250 kg (550 lbs). The wrap around style won’t scratch or damage truss and the captive T-handle is oversized to ease installation and tightening of the clamp without the use of tools. Built with reliability, safety, and durability in mind, the CTC-50G can handle heavier loads and is made for hanging fixtures from truss or 2-inch pipes, including the CT290 series TRUSST and other major brands of trussing.


 


Highlights



  • Heavy duty C-clamp made of extruded aluminium

  • Built with versatility, safety and durability in mind

  • Wrap around style won't scratch or damage truss

  • Fits the CT290 series and other major brands of truss

  • Heavy duty captive T-handle for easy installation

  • Accepts M10 or M12 fixture hardware (M12 included)

  • Ideal for hanging light fixtures from truss and pipe systems

  • Completely anodized in black, allows clamp to blend into the background


 


Specification


 



  • Included fixture bolt:  M12 (also fits M10, not included)

  • Load capacity:  250 kg

  • Fits:  50 mm truss

  • Weight:  0.45 kg

  • Dimensions:  130 x 25 x 165 mm

  • Colour:  Black anodized

Chauvet CTC-50G Load-Rated-Gripper

SKU: GDS CTC50G
£14.99Price
    • Included fixture bolt:  M12 (also fits M10, not included)
    • Load capacity:  250 kg
    • Fits:  50 mm truss
    • Weight:  0.45 kg
    • Dimensions:  130 x 25 x 165 mm
    • Colour:  Black anodized

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