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Dani Clamps

Dani Clamps

To tell you all honestly, the first thing I thought of when I saw the Dani Clamp system was "you've got to be kidding". It appeared to be something that anybody could fabricate in his or her own shop, the key word here being "appeared". A closer look and a chat with Dani, the inventor and Solid Surface fabricator of 21 years, told me that this is definitely something you can't do yourself and get the proper results.

Dani has spent over 10 years and countless hours perfecting this system. But they're still just PVC rings you say? Actually they're not. This is NOT standard PVC that you buy from a local builders supply. Dani has the material custom made to his specifications, it's just unfortunate that it looks just like the other stuff. The tolerance at which standard PVC is manufactured isn't critical, so every piece has a different clamping strength when cut into rings, using this material could lead to joint failures in a hurry.

The ideal clamping strength, according to Dani, is just 2-4lbs per square inch, his clamps produce just that. The pressure exerted by the Dani Clamps allows just enough adhesive squeeze-out to produce a high strength bond. The clamps are available in various sizes to handle all fabrication applications and all are color-coded for ease of use. From the 4" clamps for edge build-ups to the 12" clamps for sink installations, these clamps warrant looking at. One great feature of these clamps is their flexibility, which allows for material to be moved after clamping (provided the adhesive isn't set up). But the most important feature is the speed at which they can be applied, just grab an armful and get going. Do yourself a favor and try just one of the sets below. I'm sure in no time at all you'll have your shop switched over to Dani Clamps. If you'd like to know more about Dani Clamps, take a look at this article published in the Jan/Feb issue of Solid Surface magazine.


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