This is the standard eyebolt for use in steel, brick, concrete and masonry. Tested and installed to EN 795 and BS 7883.
It is important to note that the correct eyebolt to be used to suit the material and the positioning is determined by a competent person. (see our legislation section).
For masonry the fixings are knurled sockets which are affixed to the structure using a suitable chemical resin. The eyebolt is then inserted and pull tested to confirm the adhesion of the resin.
Fixing to steel work is performed by either drilling through the steelwork, fixing the bolt and nut with a locking compound or locking nut (and back plate if required) or by a competent welder.Â The decision of which method is to be used is determined by the structural integrity requirements and the competent person on site.
All standard eyebolts are available in a wide range of lengths to suit different requirements of structure, and in a Galvanised, Stainless Steel or White Coating finish.