Lab Clamps

Lab Clamps are a great way to help secure your laboratory equipment. They’re available in a wide range of shapes and sizes, and they work well for both standard-sized test tubes and irregularly shaped objects.

They also come in handy for chemistry and physics experiments that require raising one object above another. For example, if you need to hold a beaker of liquid over a lit alcohol lamp or a thermometer suspended into a flask without touching the bottom of it.


C-Clamps, also known as G-Clamps, is used to hold wood or metal workpieces together. They are very useful in carpentry and metalworking and are available in many different sizes.

Using a C-clamp is very easy. You just need to turn the screw through the bottom of the frame until the appropriate amount of pressure is applied.

However, you need to be careful when working with wood pieces. This is because the flat gripping ends of a C-clamp could cause indentations or marring.

To prevent this, use scrap wood to buffer between the piece of work and the clamp’s frame. This will help to spread the clamping force evenly across the piece and reduce any damage.

You can find a wide variety of C-clamps at labeware Clamps. They range in strength from light to extra heavy-duty, depending on the project you are working on.


Lab Clamps are used to secure various pieces of laboratory equipment during the course of experiments. These clamps come in a variety of forms, sizes, and materials to fit your specific needs.

Some lab clamps offer unique features, such as a closed-yoke closure system that offers superior support while minimizing contamination and corrosion. They also come with coatings and linings to protect your samples and keep them cool.

For example, our deluxe 2-prong burette clamps have a swivel Boss Head that’s 11cm in diameter and can be locked at 360 degrees. It’s made of a strong alloy, not iron so won’t rust and can accommodate rods up to 19mm in diameter!

Another type of lab clamp is the table clamp, which attaches to a table to allow you to easily insert a support rod. This device can be combined with additional support rods or retort rings to create a backbone of stability for your supplies, glassware, and kits.

Vise Clamps

A vise is a tool that attaches to your workbench and provides a secure place for materials like wood, metal or plastic to be held. Its jaws are typically padded and can be operated by a squeeze handle.

There are a variety of types of vises, some designed for specific tasks and others for general use. Some are specifically designed for gluing, while others can hold pipes or other larger objects.

For example, a yoke vise clamps pipe with a top-mounted screw and a chain; a tombstone vise features multiple jaws on each side.

Some specialty clamps are available, such as a screen vise used to set replacement adhesive after repairing a smartphone or tablet display. They are adjustable, which is handy for removing and replacing parts of a device.

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Table Clamps

Table clamps (also known as vise clamps or c clamps) are devices that attach to a lab table and let you insert a support rod easily. This attached rod can have additional support clamps attached, making it easy for you to support large arrangements of potentially fragile equipment and create a backbone for positioning your supplies, glassware, and kits.

Grainger has a full line of laboratory Clamps to help you securely hold standard-sized test tubes and flasks or irregularly shaped objects. We also offer a wide range of frames and stands to protect your equipment from corrosive substances.

For the best quality and most useful table clamp, try this one with a built-in rod holder. It features a heavy-duty die-cast alloy and an ingenious vinyl sleeve for a stronger grip. The single pulley with an extension arm can also be adjusted to a height of 10-1/2 inches above the tabletop. It can even safely secure gas cylinders 102 to 356 mm in diameter.

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