The new heavy-duty collection offers up to 600lb of clamping force, doubling the capabilities of the existing medium-duty E-Z HOLD line
Pony Jorgensen, the maker of the Jorgensen handscrew and other woodworking clamps, today announced the launch of three new products ‒ the 12-, 24- and 36in Jorgensen heavy-duty E-Z HOLD expandable bar clamps.
The Jorgensen heavy-duty E-Z HOLD expandable bar clamp line boasts a clamping force of up to 600lb – doubling the force of medium-duty Jorgensen E-Z HOLD expandable bar clamps. With an ergonomic grip lever handle and a maximum reach of 3 5/8in from the edge of the bar, the clamp line includes Pony Jorgensen’s exclusive patented feature that allows for two E-Z HOLD expandable bar clamps to be joined together to make a single clamp with greater opening capacity. Similar to the other E-Z HOLD clamps, this new 33700 series of clamps can be converted to a spreader clamp.
With the introduction of the heavy-duty collection to the Jorgensen E-Z HOLD expandable bar clamp product line, Pony Jorgensen, operated by Arrow Fastener Company, now offers a complete suite of expandable bar clamps for DIY and woodworking projects of all sizes. The full product line includes Jorgensen E-Z HOLD hobby bar clamps for hobby and craft projects, with max clamp openings of 4 and 8in; 6 and 12in light-duty Jorgensen E-Z HOLD expandable bar clamps; and medium-duty Jorgensen E-Z HOLD expandable bar clamps, with max clamp openings ranging from 6-36in.
“As Pony Jorgensen continues its reintroduction to the North American market under the guidance of Arrow Fastener, we’re committed to expanding and solidifying our product offering with quality woodworking tools,” said Gregg Malanga, Product and Business Development Manager at Pony Jorgensen. “We’re excited to offer a heavy-duty version of our popular E-Z HOLD expandable bar clamps, giving our customers and retail partners the ability to offer a full suite of trigger-style bar clamps, and ensuring woodworkers will never have to compromise on performance when reaching for a Pony Jorgensen clamp.”
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