Chart showing dimensions for all sizes in mm :
Please note : the above is a guide and Dimensions can vary slightly due to tolerances. Where WLL or Break load are shown : SWL or WLL = Safe working load limit (kg) :
For "dimension sensitive" applications pls ask for measurement.
This is the recommended maximum weight the product should carry and will vary from batch to batch. Break Load :
This is the recommended maximum weight to break for the product and will vary from batch to batch. You should only use the product at the WLL - which is 1/4 the break load.
(Note : This is for guidance only and is not an endorsement. Do not use any product for lifting unless drawing is marked suitable for lifting with the L symbol. For load bearing or lifting applications on products not designed for lifting, you should have the part or assembly tested and certified. Contact us if you require this)
Click below for an engineering drawing :
Product Information :
Stainless Steel Eye Terminal
Terminals are used at the ends of lengths of wire as connectors or end stops. Eye Terminals have a small,
but strong connection point with a hole that allows clevis pins to connect the wire to shackles, deck plates and rigging screws. The finish is stronger and neater than using wire rope clips and grips or pressed ferrules.
The process used to join the wire and eye terminal is hydraulic swaging or pressing. Because of the kit required, these terminals are generally not best suited for DIY projects or on-site jobs.
For wire rope assembly solutions that are easy to fit by hand, take a look at our self assembly range. Available in sizes 2-12mm. Made in 316 Stainless Steel.
Other names for this product: Swage Eye, Terminal Eye
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