Lifting shackles

Lifting shackles have a wide range of applications for lifting and moving loads, and are a universal fastening tool. Distinguish between lifting and mounting shackles. They differ in the material of manufacture and safety factor. Lifting brackets (shackles) are used as an additional element designed for a more convenient and reliable load capture during lifting. Mounting shackles are used to connect ropes or chains to each other, when attaching structures. Also, shackles are widely used for towing cars and special equipment.

In appearance, bow and dee-shaped shackles are distinguished. By type of connection - a shackle with safety pin (a more reliable connection) and a screw (convenient for frequent operations with the bracket).