Eye Bolts & Eye Nuts

Mechanical lifting points are created using either a threaded tip or a threaded hole that is positioned in the middle of a collar perpendicular to the main ring of the eyebolt or eyenut. For the threaded tip, it screws into a pre-drilled hole, and as for the threaded hole, it screws onto a threaded rod or threaded bolt.

These designated points are strategically located on the object to be lifted, ensuring even weight distribution throughout the lifting process and furnishing essential lifting locations as needed. Eyebolts and eyenuts serve as enduring lifting fixtures, where shackles and other fastening devices connect and establish a permanent lifting juncture.

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Drop-Forged Eyebolts to British Standard Specifications (Ungalvanised)

With Metric Threads to BSS 4278 – Table 1

With BWS Threads to BSS 529 – Part 1

Drop-Forged Eyebolts to DIN 580 (Galvanised)

Drop-Forged Eyenuts to DIN 582 (Galvanised)

Stainless Steel Eybolts and Eyenuts

Available in 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 20, 22 and 24mm Thread