Items: Crosby Shackles - Standard - Theatrical - Anchor - Screw Pin Type (for frequent open/close) - Round Body - Working Load Limits: 2,000 to 9,500 lbs - For Chain Sizes: 3/8 to 3/4 inches
Manufacturer / Country of Origin: Crosby / USA
Application: Used for general purpose connections of slings, cables, and chains in overhead lifting applications where a solid black coloring is required - Used in 'pick and place' applications that require frequent opening and closing
Description: Large round body - Outfitted with a screw pin closure - Made of alloy steel construction - Closed die forged - Quenched and tempered with alloy pins - Body and pin are flat black powder coated - Designed with a 6 to 1 design factor (theoretical reserve capability of working load limit) - Working Load Limit number forged into the steel
Quality Standard: Meets or exceeds the requirements of ASME B30.26, which include identification, durability, design factor, proof load, and temperature requirements - Also go above and beyond these standard safety requirements by including fatigue life, impact properties, and material traceability; factors that are not required by ASME B30.26 - Meets the Federal specification RR-C-271F, Type A, Grade A, Class 2, except for those provisions required of the contractor - Approval and certification in accordance with ABS 2006 Steel vessel rules 1-1-17.7 - Meets performance requirements of EN 13889:2003
Availability: Shipping time is subject to change PER manufacture availabilty
Industry Names: Also known as 'industrial screw pin anchor shackles' or 'industrial screw pin dee shackles'
Includes: (1) one Crosby shackle
WARNING: Can be used in applications involving side loading, however this reduces the working load limit - During use, assure that the pin is not allowed to rotate, as this may open the shackle - When picking and placing a load, tighten pin prior to each lift - Do not exceed rated capacity!
The Crosby Difference
Low quality lifting products can cause injury and damage. There are many look-a-like Crosby shackles that are often found at lower prices, and are also often advertised to conform to the same safety standards, if at all. Be aware that it may refer to safety ratings in effect decades ago. So for example, under the same safety standard a decade ago, a lifting shackle may be rated to 100% without proof load testing while today it may be 300% with proof load testing. Be assured that we only sell the highest quality lifting shackles and our advertised safety standards conform or exceed to the current ASME standards.
Capacity Changes with Varying Angle of Use