CRL Z135SC Satin Chrome Z-Series Large Square Clamp for 3/8" Glass

Item #: Z135SC by CR Laurence

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CRL Z135SC Satin Chrome Z-Series Large Square Clamp for 3/8" Glass

Item #: Z135SC by CR Laurence

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  • May be Used on Wood or Metal Radius or Flat Surfaces
  • For 3/8" (10 mm) Glass
  • An Excellent Choice for Partitions, Mezzanines, Wind Breaks, Railings and Much More
  • All Styles Include Steel Pin for Optional Use Through Hole in Glass to Prevent Slippage
  • Use Monolithic Tempered Glass
  • Custom Painted Finishes Available Upon Request

Height

2-1/8" (54 mm)

Minimum Order

1 Each

Shipping Weight

1 Lb (454g)

Width

2-1/8" (54 mm)

Glass Thickness

3/8" (10 mm)

Finish

Satin Chrome

Type

Large

CRL Z-Series Clamps are available in your choice of round or square shapes, and come in either economical zinc construction, or durable stainless steel construction. CRL's Z135 Series Glass Clamps will accommodate glass thicknesses of 3/8" (10 mm). The radius base design is to be applied on 2" (51 mm) tubing. By drilling a notch in the glass, the pin included with each clamp can be used to eliminate glass slippage. Popular applications are partitions, mezzanines, wind breaks, railings and other commercial uses. CRL Cat. No. ZBOLT14 (Bolt) and Cat. No. RN1420 (Rivet-Nut) are used for securing Z-Clamp to tubing. Appropriate gaskets are included with each clamp. A variety of finishes are offered to match most any commercial decor.
Glass Fabrication: 1/2" (12 mm) notch is required if using provided steel pin. Important Notes: For interior and exterior applications CRL recommends pinning each glass panel as required when the glass is not supported from the bottom edge to prevent glass panel slippage. Rubber gaskets and steel pins are provided with each clamp.