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Doughty Lightweight Parallel Coupler, (Cheeseboro)

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Doughty Lightweight Parallel Coupler 

The Doughty Lightweight Parallel Coupler provides a firm and fast fixing between two parallel bars, and is designed to fit 1.9'' - 2'' diameter tubes.

Manufactured from high tensile Aluminum Extrusion, the coupler is specifically designed to attach to round tubes or truss chords and to suspend equipment and luminaries. Broadly applicable in the theatre, film, TV and photographic industries. 

Lightweight Swivel and 90-Degree versions are also available. 

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Spec Sheet - User Manual - Cert

SPECIFICATIONS

  • SWL: 1102 lbs
  • Tube Diameters: 1.9'' - 2''
  • Width: 2''
  • Tube Centres: 3.3''
  • Weight: 1.67 lbs
  • Fixing: Slotted to hold captive an M12 hexagon nut or bolt head
  • Material: Aluminum
  • Finish: Available in Black or Polished Aluminum finish

Doughty Engineering

Doughty Engineering is a UK-based entertainment equipment manufacturer and began the manufacture of products in 1985. Now, it is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of rigging, suspension and lifting equipment for film/TV, theatre and concert halls.

Quality and safety are key issues for Doughty. As a member of ESTA (Entertainment Services and Technology Association) and PLASA (Professional Light and Sound Association), Doughty always adheres strictly to the standards of trading expected

What is a Cheeseboro? Cheeseborough clamps aka Cheeseboro, Scaffold Clamps, Couplers, Swivels and even Cheese-burger or Burger Clamps. The name is believed to derive from the Chesebro-Whitman manufacturing company of New York. The devices are used for connecting iron pipes or aluminum tubes. They come in two styles; rigid (aka fixed 90¡) or Swivel.



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