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Bevelled Glass Clamp

Model: C831

Single-Hole
Glass-To-Wall
Bevelled Edge Design

Applicable For: 8-10MM Tempered Glass
Cut-Out Required: U-Cut Out
Construction Material: Solid Brass
Shipping Weight: 0.5 LBS (227 Grams Approx.)
Function: Used To Secure Fixed Panels For Frameless Shower Enclosures
Accessories: Screws, Anchors, Allen Wrench, Fabrication Diagram, PVC Gaskets
Warranty: Limited 1 Year Warranty
Ship Via: Third-party courier service

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Single-Hole
Glass-To-Wall
Bevelled Edge Design

Applicable For: 8-10MM Tempered Glass
Cut-Out Required: U-Cut Out
Construction Material: Solid Brass
Shipping Weight: 0.5 LBS (227 Grams Approx.)
Function: Used To Secure Fixed Panels For Frameless Shower Enclosures
Accessories: Screws, Anchors, Allen Wrench, Fabrication Diagram, PVC Gaskets
Warranty: Limited 1 Year Warranty
Ship Via: Third-party courier service







FMF carries a vast variety of shower door clamps for your specific preferences. Available in beveled & straight edge we ensure to have sufficient inventory of all the glass clamps for your needs.

Glass clamps are available in single and double-hole. We also supply a range of movable and fixed shower door transom clamps.
– Applicable for 8mm – 10mm Tempered Glass
– Constructed of solid brass
– Various styles, sizes & finishes are available
– Glass Cut-Out required

Ideal for frameless shower enclosures, our Bevelled Glass Clamps are just what you need for uplifting the look of your shower area. Their stylish design enables architects and builders to use them for residential as well as commercial projects, such as hotels. The clamps give maximum visibility with an undisturbed view of the shower enclosures.

The clamps have bevelled edges with three innovative finishes to upscale your shower enclosures. They are easy to install and require minimal maintenance with long-term durability. They are constructed to complement the modern hardware products demand of today’s designers and architects.

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