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Machine Eye Bolt - Stainless Steel Type 316 - 5/8" x 1-1/16"

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SKU: MSSEB58X1-116
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Specifications

Assembly Break Strength:15,200 lbs.
Working Load Limit:3,800 lbs.
Product Weight:0.4
Shank Length :1-1/16"
Material:316 Stainless Steel
Shipping And Returns:This item cannot be returned due to safety risks associated with used materials.
Diameter:5/8"
Eye Bolt Dimensions:
A: 5/8"
B: 2-5/16"
C: 1-3/8"
D: 1-1/8"
E: 1-1/16"

Description

Machine eye bolts are often referred to as lifting eye bolts since they are commonly used as a connection point in lifting systems. Shoulder machinery eyebolts should always be used for angled lifts, because the shoulder gives it greater strength. Attaching slings or hooks directly to an eye bolt will increase the stress on the bolt, so shackles should be used for connection instead.


Please Note:
Loading at an angle will significantly reduce a bolt's rated capacity; a 45 degree angle reduces it to just 1/4 of the stated rating. Never load at an angle greater than 45 degrees from the bolt center line.

California Residents: WARNING

Assembly Break Strength:15,200 lbs.
Working Load Limit:3,800 lbs.
Product Weight:0.4
Shank Length :1-1/16"
Material:316 Stainless Steel
Shipping And Returns:This item cannot be returned due to safety risks associated with used materials.
Diameter:5/8"
Eye Bolt Dimensions:
A: 5/8"
B: 2-5/16"
C: 1-3/8"
D: 1-1/8"
E: 1-1/16"
Machine eye bolts are often referred to as lifting eye bolts since they are commonly used as a connection point in lifting systems. Shoulder machinery eyebolts should always be used for angled lifts, because the shoulder gives it greater strength. Attaching slings or hooks directly to an eye bolt will increase the stress on the bolt, so shackles should be used for connection instead.


Please Note:
Loading at an angle will significantly reduce a bolt's rated capacity; a 45 degree angle reduces it to just 1/4 of the stated rating. Never load at an angle greater than 45 degrees from the bolt center line.

California Residents: WARNING

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