Tines are secured by means of clamping plates on the device frame. There is mounting in two different embodiments of a square tube. Our design wraps around the frame profile completely at the rear and top. At the front, the two clamp down curved lobes which rest on the frame section. There is another variant in which is applied to the front of the form-fit by only two beads which only at the front, upper radius enclose the frame tube. Both solutions are equivalent to the case of a correct installation, as for the safety of the compound of the adhesion between the surfaces used for clamping connection is fully sufficient.
Two different embodiments of clamping plates
Mounting errors in the KLP with Beading - however, in the clamp with bead there is a risk that the clamping plate and prongs are not accurately positioned during assembly. As is the graph showing the bead rests on the radius of the frame tube and the clamping screw is tightened in this position. The clamp is then at work slip by the vibration, so that releases the connection and the tines loses its grip. At the clamping plate with downturned ends this guarantee also when assembling an exact positioning on the frame tube so that assembly errors are reliably avoided and the teeth is kept permanently.