Cross flanged clamps KMF of die-cast aluminum have split clamping points with identical round or square cross-section that have been partially machined by cutting methods.
The flange with four bores serves as an interface or for fastening the clamp to the place of use.
The bores of the clamping points are offset in the plane and arranged at an angle of 90°. They receive typically available construction tubes via multiple ribs in the cross-section of the bores.
At the screw points, hex socket cap screws or adjustable hand levers reduce the bore cross-section for clamping.
Adjustable hand levers are intended for repeated, tool-free clamping. Under the designation HSK, these are available separately for individual use and in other designs. Compared with the tool-operated hex socket cap screw, the clamping force achievable with an adjustable hand lever is lower due to the shorter lever length.