Lockable Hold-down Clamps Secure Hatches

By Eric Haun
Monday, June 30, 2014
Photo: Perko

Lockable hold-down clamps from Perko come in two different styles to meet boaters' particular needs. Suited for hatches, cabinets or doors, Fig. 1008 Security Hold-Down Clamp and Fig. 0771 Adjustable Mount Hold-Down Clamp provide secure closure. Constructed of chrome-plated bronze, these durable products remain resistant to corrosion.

The Security Hold-Down Clamp measures 4-1/2" L when closed, with an overall width of 3-3/4". Mounted with a #8 screw, it offers a padlock clearance of 1/4".

Designed for flat mounting, the Adjustable Mount Hold-Down Clamp has an overall length of 8" and width of 2". Made for attachment with a #10 screw, this clamp's adjustable range measures 1-11/16". Its bronze surface features a polished finish.

The Fig. 1008 Security Hold-Down Clamp retails for around $100; Fig. 0071 Adjustable Mount Hold-Down Clamp for $120. Bulk OEM packages of 25 units are also available. Established in 1907, Perko manufactures all its products in the US.

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