Modular stainless steel ring screw (ring eyelet/screw eye/eyebolt), shank M10, with adjusting nut, lock washer, special support washer d= 9.8 mm, seal (gasket) and brass plug (dowel) DM 10030 >>> Price
Special element for Medium 'Classic' Kits, e.g. for thin-walled pre-fab (concrete) garages; for more special cases, see below. For 3 mm cable (in exceptional cases, 4 mm) in accordance with the specifications of the respective wire rope system, often in conjunction with WM 10081. Wall clearance approx. 4-5 cm. The distance from ring screw to ring screw should not exceed 1.5 m, if possible. Please also refer to the information on the selection of suitable eyelet screws.
For precision with your dowel holes (12 mm): hammer drill HB 44444. Alternatively: concrete drill, inexpensive masonry drill, or universal drill; selection also depends on wall type.
Please refer to the instruction sheet on drilling instructions for support when needed. For optimal sealing, the surface should be reasonably level or prepared (sanded down). Drilling depth in concrete: approx. 3.5 cm; the brass plug/anchor is then placed flush with the wall (please refer to the product sheet.) Once the ring screw and plug/anchor are inserted, it is carefully screwed in using a screwdriver of high quality chrome vanadium steel (see corrosion...) by inserting it through the eye. Then the nut, together with washer, etc., is braced with moderate hand pressure against the wall. Further assembly is then carried out as described for Medium Kits.
For mounting in square pipe, threads are cut into the posts on site and the ring screw then screwed in directly; installation here best through a regional metal construction company. For trapezoidal sheets as a modified version with toggle bolts, please inquire. For panelling/cladding also with toggle bolts, possibly with extended shaft, please inquire. For special cases, the ring screw is also available with a longer shaft (120 mm), as WM 10120, at no extra cost. A bolt set is available: with nut, spring washer, and washer for through-hole mounting in wood posts, etc.
Production: Germany (Saxony), ring eye and hexagon nuts from the Far East.