eyebolt


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eyebolt

[′ī‚bōlt]
(design engineering)
A bolt with a loop at one end.

eyebolt

eyebolt
A bolt having its head in the form of a loop or eye.
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Only use shouldered eyebolts, or preferably, swivel-type hoist rings.
s] of the two sections in response to the application of force (F) at the eyebolt are given by Equation 1 [27]--
Investigation revealed the eyebolt was improperly installed in the lift-strut fitting.
Materials: 1 4-foot long 1-by-3-inch cedar board 1 12-inch square section of window screen 8 1 1/2-inch wood screws 2 36-inch-long pieces of film twine, leather, or nylon boot ties 4 1/4-inch eyebolts Copper upholstery tacks Directions: 1.
It comes with all of the hardware needed for both tasks, including the plate and eyebolt assembly.
A 'pull test' was carried out on each eyebolt with a minimum force of 50kgf, to check that each one would not detach from the building when the Christmas lights were hung.
With just a quick quarter turn of the eyebolt, the Liner Lock clamps down on any one of the bed liner ridges allowing you to secure your cargo.
Long Time Standing means forcing the detainee to stand for up to forty hours, chained to an eyebolt in the floor.
It comes with all of the hardware needed for both tasks (including the plate and eyebolt assembly, illustrated at right).
The Dacron strap was secured to an eyebolt on the load cell of the testing machine.
Features: cup anchor is made of 304L stainless steel; has a cup and flanged face that are stamped from a single piece of stainless steel; unit features a 1-inch diameter opening stainless steel eyebolt and a bonding lug; following fabrication, anchor is passivated and electro-polished for corrosion resistance
TASS is involved in the installation and maintenance of safety eyebolt systems, cradles and ladder tie systems.