Bow shackle lifting equipment

Bow shackle with bolt nut, 0.5 TON

Bow shackle with bolt nut. Maximum load 0.5 Ton (GERE-00791).

Bow shackle with bolt nut, 0.75 TONS

Bow shackle with bolt nut, 0.75 Ton (GERE-00796).

Bow shackle with bolt nut, 4.75 Ton

Bow shackle with bolt nut. Maximum load 4.75 Ton (GERE-00786).

€20,00

Bow shackle with shoulder bolt 12 mm

Bow shackle, with shoulder bolt, 12 mm (GERE-00795).

Bow shackle with shoulder bolt 19 mm

Bow shackle, with shoulder bolt, 19 mm (GERE-00793).

€12,50

Bow shackle with shoulder bolt 5 mm

Bow shackle, with shoulder bolt, 5 mm (GERE-00799).

Bow shackle with shoulder bolt 6 mm

Bow shackle, with shoulder bolt, 6mm (GERE-00798).

Bow shackle with shoulder bolt 8 mm

Bow shackle, with shoulder bolt, 8 mm (GERE-00797).

Bow shackle with shoulder bolt, 25 mm

Galvanized bow shackle with shoulder bolt 25mm (GERE-01014).

€19,50

Shackle with bolt nut, 3:25 Ton

Shackle with bolt nut. Maximum load 3.25 Ton (GERE-00787).

€12,50

Shackle with shoulder bolt, 22 mm

Galvanized shackle with shoulder bolt 22mm (GERE-01015).

€15,00

Bow shackle lifting equipment

What is the differences between the bow shackle and D-shackle? Shackles play an important role in almost all types of lifting methods. The core curriculum consists of a thick piece of metal that is bent into a precise shape, with a kind of pin or bolt across the opening. While there are a variety of different types of closures, two common closures are the bow and D-shackles. It is important to understand the differences between these two, and the benefits of each closure in specific situations, so that the correct closure can be used.

Bow versus D-shackle

Each type of closure has specific applications in which it works best. With the way in which the shackle has been designed it is able to handle different types of loads in most directions without too much trouble. Each shackle is usually rated with a maximum weight and different angled load will have other ratios of that capacity. Bow shackles are often made of stainless steel or titanium. It is important to note that the larger loop of the  bowshackle makes the strength of the overall shackle weaker in comparison with a D-shackle. Conclusion: Bow shackles and D-shackles are two of the most common types of instruments that are used in cranes and lifting methods. Understanding the differences between the two types of chains can help people make the best decision when it comes to selecting the right tool for your lifting project.

About Trailer And Tools

We sell our products both through the Internet and in our own store in Hengelo. You can also contact us for all kinds of technical questions. This can be done via email to our technical support via info@trailerandtools.nl or come by our store in Hengelo. Our professional staff and coffee are waiting for you so you can be informed. You will then leave the store with the right equipment. So come to Trailer And Tools for all your bow or D-shackles and more.

Zirkoonstraat 10
7554 TT Hengelo

Tel: 074-851 34 34

info@trailerandtools.nl
www.trailerandtools.nl
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