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Eye Bolts

Eye bolts are special purpose bolts which are threaded with a loop or eye at one end. These type of bolts are used where external tension loads are to be applied. The eye of the bolt is used to anchor a cable, chain or rope . Eye bolts are used in different types of applications and they can pivot or swivel. They are available in various sizes and are made of various materials. They are provided either plain finish or hot dip galvanized. They are used in wide number of applications, including pipe fittings.

Buying tips

Certain specifications to consider before buying eye bolts are as follows:
  • Maximum load capacity: The maximum load which an eyebolt can handle.
  • Shank length: Shank length equals the thread length, for fully-threaded eyebolts.
  • Threaded length: Thread lengths for eyebolts are measured in English units like in inches (in) or metric units such as millimeters (mm).
  • Eye inside diameter (ID)
  • Eye thickness or Eye section diameter
  • Total weight
  • Material

Materials used:
  • Copper
  • Cast Iron
  • Aluminum
  • Brass
  • Bronze
  • Stainless steel
  • Alloy
  • Titanium
  • Plastic
  • Rubber etc.
How to measure eye bolts?
Take the measurements of L, T, D, C. For dimensions, measure D×L×T×C.

Eye Bolts

T ypes of Eye Bolts:
There are four types of eyebolts. They are as follows:
  • Forged eyebolts: These eyebolts are forged instead of formed. Eye BoltsThey are one-piece fasteners offering higher load ratings.
  • Shoulder eyebolts: These eyebolts have a shoulder under the eye and the shoulder is installed flush with the mounting surface.
  • Thimble eyebolts: These eyebolts are designed with an opening that acts as a thimble for rope or wire to minimize wear.
  • Pivoting eyebolts: These eyebolts are designed in such a way to pivot 180°.

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