Eye Bolt are used to attach a securing eye to a structure, so that slings or other hardware can be attached for lifting. These Bolts are load rated and made from forged steel that has been quenched and tempered. Furthermore Bishop Lifting offers Regular Eyebolts along with Shoulder Eye Bolts, and Shoulder Type Machinery.
Hence This standard specifies the basic dimensions, material, lifting capacity and conditions of use of lifting eyebolts of Grade M. These eyebolts, which are described as ‘ universal ‘ may be used in all cases involving vertical and inclined lifting. An eye bolt is a bolt with a loop at one end. They are used to firmly attach a securing eye to a structure, so that ropes or cables may then be tied to it. One of the most commonly used pieces of hardware in material handling, an eye bolt has a simple design, consisting of a threaded shank with a ring/eye at one end. Eye bolts are threaded to structures such as wood or steel posts and often supported by a nut.
- Orient these bolts in line with the slings.
- Pack washers between the shoulder and the load surface to ensure that the eye bolt firmly contacts the surface. …
- Engage at least 90% of threads in a receiving hole when using shims or washers.
- Attach only one sling leg to each bolt.