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Eye bolts & Eye lags are bolts or screws with a circular ring on the head.
Wire eye bolts (also referred to as bent or turned eye bolts) are used for light duty applications, and should not be used for angular loads.
The most common stainless steel for general hardware use.
A low carbon steel for general use. Zinc plated for moderate corrosion resistance.
Drop forged eye bolts are significantly stronger than wire eyes and are available in larger sizes. These bolts should not be used for angular loads.
A highly corrosion resistant grade of stainless steel. Ideal in salt water and chlorine environments. More expensive than 18-8.
A corrosion resistant steel alloy.
A low carbon steel for general use. Hot dipped galvanized (A153) for very good corrosion resistance.
Drop forged machinery eye bolts are fully threaded. Machinery eye bolts without a shoulder should not be used for angular loads.
A low carbon steel for general use. Unplated finish.
A very high strength heat treated alloy steel.
Drop forged eye bolts with a shoulder are significantly stronger than wire eyes and are available in larger sizes. These bolts should not be used for angular loads.
Drop forged machinery eye bolts with shoulder are fully threaded. These are the only eye bolts rated for an angular load.
Wire eye lags (also referred to as screw thread eye bolts, eye screws, or turned/bent eye lags) have a wood screw thread for use in wood or lag anchors. Like wire eye bolts, wire eye lags are intended for light duty applications and should not be used for angular loads.
Similar to wire eye lags, screw eyes are specified by trade size and are available in smaller sizes. See our screw eye ‘lay-over’ chart for details.
Solid brass. An alloy of copper with good corrosion resistance. Used mostly in decorative applications. Exact color varies.
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