Clamp Collars Align Without Tools

Stafford Quick-Release Clamp Collars come in three designs that provide easy attachment and fully adjustable clamping by hand without tools.  Featuring an integral hinge with a conformal cam lever and a knurled screw, the Staff-Lok Shaft Collar has a mounting flat with a countersunk drilled and tapped hole and two mounting holes on the face.  The Flip-Lok clamp collar has a cam lever for clamping and a knurled nut to create a preset.


The third design alternative is the Grip & Go Quick-Release handle which can convert any standard shaft collar into a rapidly adjustable locating device and comes in steel, stainless, and aluminum in two sizes.  The Staff-Lok is made from steel in 0.5” to 2.5” I.D. sizes and the Flip-Lok is made from hard-coat black anodized aluminum with steel fasteners and comes in five sizes from 0.75” to 1.5” I.D.

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Stafford Quick-Release Clamp Collars are priced according to version, size, special requirements, and quantity.  Pricing is available upon request. For more information, ogle the clamp collar datasheet.


Stafford Manufacturing Corp.

North Reading, MA

(800) 695-5551

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