We offer a wide range of metal bolts and studs. What is the difference between screws and bolts?
Bolts can be described as long shafts with a distinct head on one side. These are generally partially threaded.
A fully threaded bolt is referred to as a screw.
Lifting eye bolts – DIN 580 / DIN 444
This 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. The eye bolt must be of fully screwed in to achieve a perfect contact between the two mating faces. Both threads must be of a equal length and the base material of equal strength to that of the bolt.
Lifting Eye Bolts are made as per DIN 580. Also available in Long stems.
Swing Eye Bolts as per DIN 444 standards.
Materials: Mild Steel, Stainless Steel Grades AISI 304 and 316