200mm Dutch pins.
Made in England.
the simplest of tool which can make the job that bit easier, inexpensive and can be used time and time again.
Also known as Putz haken, spare man, extra man or masonry clamps. Commonly used in the plastering and building trades to temporarily hold timber battens, aluminium feather edges or metal profiles in place.
Consisting of a metal pin approximately 200mm long with a point at one end and flat head at the other, a 100mm curved arm slides along the shank of the pin locking the batten or feather edge in position.
The pointed end of the metal shank wedges in place when hammered into the joints of brick/block work or even concrete when a pilot hole is drilled; the curved arm then slides along the shank of the pin jamming tight against the batten or feather edge to lock it securely in place.