In addition to leveling feet, this group includes eyebolts and eye nuts, load rings, lifting points and shackles. Lifting pins and rubber buffers are also included.
Levelling feet, also referred to as machine feet, are used to support and stabilize machines and systems. They generally consist of a foot plate together with a threaded stud and are available in a rigid design or as articulated feet for floors that are not perfectly even.
Accessories for levelling feet and machine feet include holding discs and insert bushings for tubes and are used whenever an internal thread needs to be easily integrated for the mounting of levelling feet, such as in a tube.
Lifting eye bolts, Lifting eye nuts
Lifting eye bolts or nuts are threaded load attachment points. They can be used for lifting or lashing with chains, ropes, slings and shackles.
These standard parts consist of a forged steel ring with male or female thread. Designs with female thread are referred to as lifting eye nuts, while designs with male thread are called lifting eye bolts.
Load rings, Lifting points
Load hooks and lifting points are extremely strong, reliable parts for safely lifting, lowering or lashing down heavy loads. They can be welded on as a permanent attachment or can be removeable by using screws. Depending on the requirement, the user can choose between fixed or rigid lifting points and mobile lifting gear that can be either rotated or folded.
A shackle, also known as a shackle hook, is a standard part that is usually used as a sling to hold ropes, wire ropes or chains. ShacA shackle, also known as a shackle hook, is a standard part that is usually used as a sling to hold ropes, wire ropes or chains. Shackles consist of a U-shaped bracket, which can be locked either with screw bolts (form A) or with inserted bolts with nuts and cotter pins (form B).kles consist of a U-shaped bracket, which can be locked either with screw bolts (form A) or with inserted bolts with nuts and cotter pins (form B).
Shackles and shackle hooks are made of drop-forged heat-treatable steel. They are mainly used as lifting devices in transport, conveyor technology and general mechanical engineering.
Lifting pins are quick and easy-to-use fastening points that can be released from the location hole by a pushbutton. Lifting gear and rubber elements that remain attached to the workpiece, such as ring bolts, are replaced with lifting pins.
Rubber buffers, also called rubber-metal buffers, vibration dampers or rubber dampers, are suitable as elastic support for machine units such as motors, compressors or pumps, or for setting up devices. As impact buffers, they are often used as end-stop buffers and absorb most of the kinetic energy generated on impact. In all instances, they have a dampening effect and prevent damage from impact, tremors or strong vibrations.