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Learn a little more about Shackles

By Mary Porter Subscribe to RSS | July 16th 2012 | Views:
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As you might be aware Shackles are used for a host of applications ranging from marine grade products to sturdy devices that are used to connect crane rigging. The styles and designs of Shackles tend to vary depending on what they are to be used for, most lifting versions are made in a bow or ‘D’ shape and they come with standard or non-standard load pins fitted.

Shackles are manufactured to industry standards they are made from stainless steel, alloy steel or carbon steel and can be finished to different standards as well. Sizes of Shackles vary some are small others are large versions that are designed to cope with the most demanding of loads. Manufacturers of Shackles use a variety of production processes including hot bending, drop forging and a host of fabrication methods, quite often they make durable types of Trolley Wheels as well.

Finishes on Shackles

Order Shackles from a leading supplier and you are given a choice of finishes. Some customers prefer their Shackles to come with galavanised surfaces, whilst others prefer the look of a polished surface. It’s possible to order Shackles that are zinc plated, plus they can be powder coated in any colour that you like. A number of Shackles are electro plated and others are simply painted to suit the needs of the customers, it all depends on what they plan to do with the products.

Contact a supplier of Trolley Wheels and make enquires about the Shackles they produce and you’ll be given a choice from a great number of options.

Looking after Shackles

Periodic inspection of Shackles is important if they are to operate without problems in the future. Ideally the overall condition of Shackles should be given close inspection if they are used on a frequent basis. Things to look for include wear and tear on the pins and the main body of the Shackles. The pins need to be straight and free from blemishes and the bodies on Shackles should be free from excessive signs of distortion. If there appears to be a problem with Shackles it’s wise to take them out of service then replace them with newer versions from suppliers that make durable Trolley Wheels and other hard-wearing products.

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