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Eye Bolts vs Hoist Rings: What’s the Difference?
Many people assume that eye bolts and hoist rings are the same. After all, they are ring-shaped fasteners. You can connect equipment or objects onto eye bolts or hoist rings. They may feature a similar design, however, but eye bolts … Read More
Side Pull Hoist Rings: What You Should Know
Hoist rings are available in different styles. There are pivoting hoist rings, for instance, and there are swivel hoist rings. You may also come across side pull hoist rings. All hoist rings are used in lifting applications. They are used … Read More
5 Things to Consider When Choosing Hoist Rings
Whether electrically or pneumatically powered, hoists require a special type of load-centering eyebolt. Known as a hoist ring, it’s found on the end of the hoist’s lifting chain or rope. The hoist ring is the fastener to which you can … Read More
Swivel vs Pivoting Hoist Rings: What’s the Difference?
When lifting heavy objects with a hoist, a hoist ring is typically used. Consisting of a thick and durable looped piece of metal, it works in conjunction with a hoist. The hoist ring is mounted to the object, after which … Read More
What Is a Hoist Ring?
A hoist ring is a special type of heavy-duty lifting ring that’s used in conjunction with a hoist to lift or lower a load. Whether driven by electricity or pressurized gas/air, hoists require the use of a ring to perform … Read More
5 Benefits of Using a Lifting Magnet
If you regularly lift heavy objects while working, you may want to invest in a lifting magnet. Lifting magnets are devices that leverage a powerful magnet to pick up and lift objects made of a ferromagnetic material. What are the … Read More
How Do Bolt Type Anchor Shackles Work?
Hoists require special anchors, such as bolt type anchor shackles. These anchors are designed specifically for hoists. You can attach them to loads. You can then connect the hoist to the anchors via a cable. Bolt type anchor shackles are … Read More
5 Facts About Lifting Magnets
Have you heard of lifting magnets? Also known as material handling magnets, they leverage a powerful magnetic field to pick up ferrous materials and workpieces. Rather than attempting to physically lift ferrous materials and workpieces — something that could result … Read More
What to Know When Buying Magnets.
If you are the one percent of the magnet business represented by someone replacing a magnetic latch in your cabinet kitchen cabinet, this information is not for you. If on the other hand you are building kitchen cabinets or any … Read More