Clamp for FIS-007

Clamp for FIS-007

$1.00

An ideal solution for healthcare facilities faced with space constraints, the clamp is designed for mounting the FIS-007 control box to either posts that are 19 – 38mm in diameter, or rails that are 10 x 25mm.

Description

An ideal solution for healthcare facilities faced with space constraints, the clamp is designed for mounting the FIS-007 control box to either posts that are 19 – 38mm in diameter, or rails that are 10 x 25mm. Manufactured from die cast aluminum and stainless-steel, the 5.13 L x 2 W x 2.5 Dia. Inch clamp can support up to 30 lbs. and has a Clear E Coating finish, which can withstand hospital cleaning solutions. Simply, align the clamp on the back of the FIS-007 control box and secure it using the four provided screws with a Phillips screwdriver. Next, align the clamp to the post or the rail. Then, tighten the adjustment knob to secure the clamp to the post or rail. The clamp is available for individual purchase.

Product Description

An ideal solution for healthcare facilities faced with space constraints, the clamp is designed for mounting the FIS-007 control box to either posts that are 19 – 38mm in diameter, or rails that are 10 x 25mm. Manufactured from die cast aluminum and stainless-steel, the 5.13 L x 2 W x 2.5 Dia. Inch clamp can support up to 30 lbs. and has a Clear E Coating finish, which can withstand hospital cleaning solutions. Simply, align the clamp on the back of the FIS-007 control box and secure it using the four provided screws with a Phillips screwdriver. Next, align the clamp to the post or the rail. Then, tighten the adjustment knob to secure the clamp to the post or rail. The clamp is available for individual purchase.

Support Documents

Prosys Brochure
Product Brochures
May 05, 2022
FIS-007 Brochure
Specification Sheet
Dec 13, 2021
Apr 29, 2022
Mar 14, 2022

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