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Eyelet screw made of stainless steel with strong shaft of 7 mm (for bending buckling loads) and single milled wood thread 7 mm, total length 115 mm, shaft length 85 mm., surface: matt glossy. Attention: comparable eyelet screws 7/80 mm from other suppliers usually have only a thinner 6 mm shaft with a rolled thread H7 and are therefore less suitable for bending buckling loads. More information under 'eye bolts.' >>> Price
Standard element for Easy Kit's Basic, therefore for rope diameters up to 3 mm. Ideally, the distance from eyelet screw to eyelet screw should not exceed 1.5 m. As end and inter-support for cable and wire. Can be used on many types of walls; please check suitability using the link. For wall distances of about 2.5 to 3 cm... at this distance the strong shaft can absorb all tensile and shock loads (for example, child’s ball thrown against the cables) without deformation-- i.e. without bending, buckling, or tearing out. Please also refer to the information provided for selecting appropriate eyebolts.
For exactly fitting dowel holes (10 mm): hammer drill HB 44444. Alternatively: concrete drill, inexpensive masonry drill, or universal drill; selection also depends on wall type.
If necessary, please refer to the instructions on drilling work! Use in masonry together with plug DH 10065. The eyelet screw is inserted into the pre-drilled hole (wood) or into the chosen anchor (rawl plug) and screwed in/ positioned using a mandrel or screwdriver -- transversely inserted through the loop. The centre of the eyelet should not protrude more than about 3 cm from the wall (wall distance); otherwise, an optimal load capacity of the element is not given. The threaded tip must penetrate the plug end by about 5 mm, as shown in the photo.
Made in Germany (North Rhine-Westphalia)