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Van Beest Turnbuckles
Van Beest Turnbuckles

Van Beest is a leading manufacturer of high quality fittings for lifting chain and steel wire rope. Van Beest Green Pin® turnbuckles are drop forged high tensile steel SAE 1035 or 1045 and hot dipped galvanized.

Our line of Van Beest turnbuckles includes: Green Pin® Eye & Eye , Green Pin® Jaw & Eye , and Green Pin® Jaw & Jaw in a large variety of sizes ranging 3/8" to 2-3/4" diameters and lengths from 6" to 24".

Green Pin® turnbuckles in the G-6311, G-6313 and G-6315 series are all suitable for lifting applications when used according to Van Beest"s official instructions for use. These galvanized turnbuckles have a proof load equal to 2x WLL and MBL=5x WLL.

Van Beest"s Green Pin® product line includes turnbuckles and shackles that are used in different applications in sectors such as oil & gas, construction, mining, shipping and fishing.

The Green Pin® brand has earned a reputation as an industry leader in design and quality standards and is compliant within a wide range of nationally- and internationally-recognized standards such as ASTM F1145-92 (formerly U.S. Federal Specification FF-T-791b).

Upon request, Green Pin® turnbuckles can be supplied with a works certificate and a proof load test certificate.

NOTE: Turnbuckles are intended for straight or in-line pulling only.

During tensioning, make sure no deformity of this product occurs. In case of deformity, the tension should be decreased immediately and deformed parts should be replaced. Extreme circumstances or shock loading, if applicable, must be considered when choosing the correct products for your application. Green Pin® turnbuckles are recommended for the rigging of wires, ropes, rods etc. The Working Load Limit (WLL) should be applied in a straight pull only and overloading is not permitted. Side loads should not be applied.

It is not permitted to adjust the length of the turnbuckle under full load. Tensioning below the WLL is permitted. It is recommended to first adjust the length of the turnbuckle and then load the turnbuckles to a certain tension. The tension should not exceed the WLL.

If you have questions about any turnbuckles we sell, or need something you don't see here, call us.