Our shackles are perfect for heavy lifting and static systems where a reliable strong D-shackle is needed.
Each load rated screw pin shackle comes with a galvanised steel body and yellow screw pin.
They can be used the same as regular D-shackles however, the rating means you know how much load they will safely be able to handle.
HOt TIP: Don't Weld THEM!
Welding a load rated shackle will reduce it's working load limit.
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All of our galvanised Load Rated D-Shackles meet the requirements as of AS 2741. We recommend using these shackles where high strength is required such as towing and lifting.
To get the most out of your load rated shackles:
There are a number of ways you can tell if your shackle is load rated.
All of our load rated D-shackles come with a yellow screw pin. All rated shackles will also include the details stamped onto the body of the shackle. These details will include:
If your shackle does not have these details, then it is likely not rated.
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A D-shackle is a great option if you want to attach your chain to other objects. However, you will want to make sure you pick the right D-shackle for your chain.
When choosing a D-shackle, you will need to find out the inside width of the chain link. The pin of the D-shackle will need to be smaller than this width in order for it to fit through your chain link.
To find the inside width of the chain, simply subtract 2x the chain link diameter from the total width. For example, here is how you would calculate the inside width of an 8mm chain:
27mm (width) - 2 x 8mm (diameter) = 11mm (inside width)
In this example, the inside width of an 8mm chain is 11mm. This means you would want to get a D-shackle with a pin diameter (Ø) of 10mm or less. (An 11mm pin might be too tight a fit).
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