Once youve established the action you require, then you need to take into consideration the materials, whether you need it to be Stainless or a normal Mild Steel. You will need to consider the environment you will be using the Toggle Clamp in, how much force you need, whether you need a Heavy Duty Toggle Clamp.
Then it depends entirely on what the application is and what you trying to achieve. There are a number of considerations. How you specify your PP clamp will depend on the size of the components that you need to clamp: if there is any variation in the components: what access you need around the components, you might need clearance for a welding gun or milling cutter or clearance for other reasons, like safety; Do you need the clamp to have a secondary lock? The Toggle Clamp might be applied in vibration work, where a Secondary Locking Toggle Clamp is required. Weve had instances where clients have been using Toggle Clamps to secure something in transport so they need a secondary lock for extra security.