The Heritage line of wood handscrew clamps from C.H. Hanson is now available through www.Amazon.com. Manufactured in the USA, they are designed specifically for craftsmen, builders and do-it-yourselfers who understand that quality projects require quality tools.
The general-purpose clamps are made from North American rock maple or birch wood and are manufactured at C.H. Hanson’s suburban Chicago location.
The wood handscrew clamps are versatile and can perform many types of operations that other clamps cannot, plus the wood clamps ensure that glued parts are kept in alignment. The wood jaws won’t damage surface of the workpiece.
The Heritage line features three models: an 8-inch clamp for $39.85, a 10-inch for $33.78 and the 12-inch for $42.13. Amazon Prime customers qualify for free shipping.
Hanson entered the wood screw clamp business when Pony Tools, the industry leader for the past century, ceased operations. Recognizing the importance of USA-made wood screw clamps, Hanson added the tools to its line. Currently there is only one other American manufacturer of the products.
Family-run for five generations, C.H. Hanson is one of the nation’s oldest manufacturers of marking and identification, chalk, cutting, layout, safety, and other non-powered hand tool products designed for use in the industrial, construction, safety, and hardware/DIY consumer markets.
The 152-year-old company is recognized as an innovator of products and merchandising methods.
For more information, visit: www.chhanson.com
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Contact Person: Marcie Harrison
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