4x BeamZ CC63B Black Lighting G-Clamp for Truss - 30kg Black

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4x BeamZ CC63B Black Lighting G-Clamp for Truss - 30kg Black
( XXA1068 )

( XXA1068 )

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Key Features

  • Four G screw clamps for truss lighting
  • Butterfly and nut fixings for simple tightening
  • 30kg maximum weight load capacity per clamp
  • Designed for tubes between 32 - 51mm in diameter
  • High-strength metal material with a black coating

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Product Description

This set of four black G screw clamps is ideal for securely mounting truss lighting fixtures in various professional settings. Each lighting clamp is constructed from high-strength metal with a sleek black coating, providing both durability and a professional appearance. The butterfly and nut fixings ensure simple tightening, allowing for quick and easy setup and adjustments.

Designed to fit tubes between 32mm and 51mm in diameter, these stage lighting clamps offer versatility and compatibility with a wide range of truss systems. Each clamp can support a maximum weight load of 30kg, making them suitable for a variety of lighting fixtures, from spotlights to heavier moving head lights. This robust design ensures that your equipment remains safely in place throughout performances and events.

Perfect for use as theatrical lighting clamps or general lighting truss clamps, this set provides reliable and secure mounting solutions for any lighting professional. Whether used inconcert venues, theatres, or other event spaces, these G clamp lighting hooks deliver the stability and ease of use required for effective lighting setups. Their strong build and straightforward design make them an essential addition to any lighting rig, ensuring secure and efficient installations every time.

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( BeamZ Clamp Lite 55 Black
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  • MPN: 151.449
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