Heuer have introduced a new compact, portable bench vice which is now available in Australia through Bosco Storage Solutions and is perfect for the travelling tradesman or home handy man alike.
The Heuer bench vice embodies precision engineering and is a must for any workshop. ‘Made in Germany’, this bench vice is now accessible to the Australian market through Bosco Storage Solutions. With functionality as a key factor, Heuer bench vice are a prime example of reliability and durability representing high quality and well-thought-out workmanship.
With a weight of 4.5Kg and a powerful gripping power of 10kN the Heuer Compact bench vice is the lightweight in its category. The Heuer Compact offers enhanced clamping depth options and is expandable with many standard accessory items.
With the quick adjusting Quicklaunch, large jaw width differences can be adjusted on the compact bench vice in just the turn of a hand – from 0 to 130mm in 3 seconds, without operating the handle. The width gauge helps in the pre-adjustment. The parallelism of the jaws when clamping is not affected by the tolerance of the spindle, which is necessary for an optimally functioning quick adjustment. A pressure spring warrants the safe locking in the desired position.
The exchangeable, turnable jaws with smooth and grooved clamping surface create even more flexibility. The Heuer Compact bench vice is additionally equipped with pipe-gripping jaws integrated in the front and rear jaw. It too can be added on to, for example with the Table Clamp 100 or with the Rotary Table 100 and a large selection of magnetic protective jaws.
With the unique Quicklaunch the jaw width of this Compact bench vice can be adjusted between 0 and 5 inches in just seconds, without extensive turning of the handle.
The width gauge with centimetre scale helps in pre-adjusting the clamping jaws through the Quicklaunch and the integrated pipe-gripping jaws keep a tight grip on pipes with diameters of 5/8 to 2 inches.
The replaceable jaws can be used on both sides, produced with a corrugated side and a plain side and are each fastened with Allen screws.