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  • C1030 Steel Eyebolt, Not For Lifting, Plain Finish, Right Hand Threads, Metric, Made in US
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by Jergens

C1030 Steel Eyebolt, Not For Lifting, Plain Finish, Right Hand Threads, Metric, Made in US

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Price: $14.01 - $26.69
Product Specifications
Brand Name Jergens
Material Type Steel
System of Measurement Metric
Exterior Finish Plain
Grade C1030
Thread Style Right Hand
UNSPSC Code 31161522
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M12-1.75 20.5 millimeters 700 pounds Fully Threaded 1 B003H9LV04
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$14.01
M20-2.5 57.0 millimeters 6292 pounds Fully Threaded 1 B003H9LV1I
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$23.81
M24-3 63.5 millimeters 8470 pounds Fully Threaded 1 B003H9LV1S
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$26.69
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Product Features

  • Max Load weights given ensure strength factor of four against deformation, and five against fracture
  • Eyebolts with shoulder can be used for vertical lifts as well as angular lifts typically up to 45 degrees
  • For other than vertical loads, general practice is to use 60 percent of the safe working load factor for a load 30 degrees from vertical; 33 percent of vertical safe load for load 45 degrees from vertical; and 20 percent of vertical safe load for load 90 degrees from vertical

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