How are D-rings rated?

How are D-rings rated?

To be considered ‘rated’ a shackle must have the WLL (working load limit) listed on the shackle. And these, like all 3/4″ D-ring shackles are standardized at a WLL of 4-3/4 ton (4.75 *metric* tons) – this is equivalent to 10,471 lbs.

What is a 3/4 shackle rated for?

Hooks – Quenched & Tempered

Nominal Size (in.) Diameter of Bow Carbon Maximum Working Load (Tons) Alloy Maximum Working Load (Tons)
3/4 10 15
7/8 15 22
1 20 30
1-1/8 25 37

What are D ring shackles for?

A galvanized D ring shackle is excellent for towing, recovery and hitch applications, so it”s also known in the industry as a clevis shackle, hitch shackle, or tow shackle. It”s important to remember that D ring shackles are intended for straight line pulling as side pulls can twist or bend a D-shaped shackles.

Can D-rings be used for lifting?

These heavy-duty forged weldable D-Rings, also called lashing rings, are used primarily as lifting suspension points whether permanent or temporary on unwieldy structures and fabrications.

What size soft shackles do I need?

What size should you buy? For most applications, running with a 5/16″ (22000-lb breaking strength) or even 3/8″ (30000-lb breaking strength) soft shackle would be fine.

How much weight can a 1/2 in shackle hold?

This product is suitable for overhead lifting.

Size WLL Approximate Weight Each (lbs)
3/8 1 ton 0.33
7/16 1.5 ton 0.47
1/2 2 ton 0.76
5/8 3.25 ton 1.44

How much weight can a 3/16 shackle hold?

3/16″ Size. Working Load Limit (WLL) : 409 lbs. Stainless Steel Screw Pin Bow Shackle, Type 316.

What are the three basic shackle body design types?

Lifting shackles of all body types are available in three basic pin designs:

  • Screw Pin Shackles.
  • Bolt Type Shackles.
  • Round Pin Shackles.