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RUD INOX Star Stainless Steel Eyebolt with full working load in all directions

RUD INOX Star Stainless Steel Eyebolt with full working load in all directions

RUD Chains offers over 500 different tested and certified lifting and lashing points which cover a working load capacity range of 0.6 to 250 tonne. RUD’s lifting equipment is used across a wide range of working environments from Heavy Lifting, Engineering, Materials Handling, Offshore, Construction, Rail, MOD and many more.

RUD INOX-STAR stainless steel eyebolt

The INOX-STAR stainless steel eyebolt is made from a pentagonal shape and the body and the bolt is made out of duplex steel 1.4462; which offers a high resistance in sea water and across working environments with a high concentration of chloring ions. It also offers an impressive full working load limit in all load directions.

The innovative lifting point has the ability to rotate 360° offering an easy adjustment in the load direction. It offers a safety factor of 4:1 and is operational from -40° to 280°. Clear marking of the minimum working load limit for all loading directions is marked on the lifting point.

The INOX-STAR comes with a non-removable special bolt which reduces the risk of non-standard bolts being used. The bolt head possesses clear markings of the thread size, batch number and class of strength.

The INOX-STAR is quick and easy to install with just one bolt connection. For permanent installation and recurring lifts a special socket wrench can be supplied to apply the requested torque.

RUD INOX-STAR is typically used across offshore, oil, engineering, construction, shipbuilding & chemical industries to name a few.

For more information call 01227 276 611: email Katie.crane@rud.co.uk or visit us at www.rud.co.uk

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