- Structural framing
- Internal partition and curtain walls
- Suspended ceilings
- Modular buildings, bathroom and kitchen pods
- Solar panel racks and mounting systems
- Cable tray splicing and earth connexions
- Roof jobs
- Installation tasks
Optimally mobile clinching
- In order to meet the requirement of optimum mobility, ClinchPartner, Inc. has developed a family of clinching power tools, notably the ClinchMaster MX4 product line.
- ClinchMaster MX4 can be used cordless, using powerful Li-Ion batteries, giving the operator total and unrestricted mobility.
- ClinchMaster MX4 can also operate with a Power Supply unit, slotted into the battery socket and connected to the mains through a power cord.
- Applications are found in all areas where there is a need for joining sheets and profiles, on-site or off-site.
This is clinching
The clinching process
- In clinching, a rivet-like joint is made from the sheets and profiles themselves without any added fasteners
- In short, the process is that a punch will push the overlapping material into a die. At the bottom of the die is an anvil so the material will be squeezed between the punch and the anvil to form the clinch joint
- The process is fast, clean and silent
- The strength of a clinched joint is comparable to that of a rivet , screw or spot weld and is greater than that of a pin
- The clinch joints have successfully passed tests simulating earthquakes, strong winds and fire
- No fasteners to buy, sort and feed
- No smoke, sparks or noxious gases
- No protruding screw head giving a flush surface on the profile
- No sharp tips that may cause hand injuries
- Speed, about 3 seconds
- No damage to galvanizing, paint or coatings
- Conserved corrosion protection
- Possibility of joining more than two layers
- Possibility for intermediate layers for sealing and sound damping
- Possibility of joining layers with different thickness, like a thick profile to a thin sheet
- Possibility of joining different materials like aluminium to steel