One of the most commonly used pieces of hardware in material handling, an eye bolt has a simple design, consisting of a threaded shank with a ring/eye at one end.
Eye bolts are threaded to structures such as wood or steel posts and often supported by a nut. They are designed to have a rope or cable fed through the ring in order to lift objects.
Eye bolts are commonly used in an assembly to lift or suspend a load. The different styles of eye bolts allow them to be attached to wood posts, steel tubing, or directly into threaded holes.
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