Bon Tool Releases New Jag Clamp

Jag ClampBon Tool Co. has completed a partnership agreement to manufacture and market Jag Clamp from Bon. The agreement identifies Bon as the exclusive distributor of this revolutionary line holding clam. This clamp is quick to use for vertical and horizontal line holding applications.

Two clamp sizes are available. The standard clamps have a 2” jaw and are suitable for use on cored brick or block, fencing and masonry guides. Jag Clamp XL features a jaw opening that adjusts from 5/8” to 5-1/2” which permits clamping on larger items like concrete block, steel posts and more.

The clamps are available in pairs to use them in any function that requires a measuring line; working both for vertical applications such as creating a jack line in masonry work, and horizontal applications such as laying masonry courses. You can use Jag Clamp from Bon in the same manner as line block. The difference is that there is no risk of the tool disengaging from the masonry unit. It is safe and easy to use and make quick course changes. The clamps come standard with a string notch. This notch securely holds the line in place when maneuvering and adjusting the clamp location.

jag clamp in use Bon brings nearly 60 years of experience in tool design, manufacturing and marketing to the promotion of this new product. From the invention of the Masonry Guide over 60 years ago to the introduction of Bon’s Keystone Forged Masonry Trowel, Bon remains committed to both the development and improvement of tools for professional masons.

About Bon Tool Co

Bon Tool Co., a leading manufacturer of construction tools and equipment in the United States, has been manufacturing construction tools for professionals since 1958. More than 6,000 contractor-quality hand tools are currently available. For more information, either contact Bon’s sales department at 800-444-7060 or visit the website at

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