HACK8 Weld-On D-Ring refers to a type of D-shaped ring or bracket designed to be welded onto a surface. D-rings are commonly used as attachment points in various applications, including lifting, towing, and securing cargo. The “weld-on” aspect implies that the D-ring is intended to be permanently affixed to a structure or surface through welding.
- Design: The D-ring typically has a D-shaped configuration, providing a closed loop for connecting hooks, straps, or other attachments. The shape allows for versatile connections.
- Material: Weld-on D-rings are made from high-strength materials, such as alloy steel, to ensure durability and load-bearing capacity.
- Welding: The D-ring is designed to be welded onto a surface, such as a metal frame, vehicle chassis, or other structural components. Proper welding techniques and procedures should be followed to ensure a secure and reliable attachment.
- Load Rating: D-rings are often rated for specific load capacities. It’s important to be aware of the load rating to ensure safe usage in lifting or securing applications.
- Applications: Weld-on D-rings are commonly used in construction, transportation, and manufacturing for creating secure attachment points in various systems.
- Compliance: William Hackett produce weld-on D-rings in compliance with relevant industry standards and regulations, ensuring their suitability for specific applications.
When installing a weld-on D-ring, it’s crucial to follow the manufacturer’s guidelines and any applicable safety standards. Proper welding procedures, including surface preparation, welding technique, and inspection, are essential to ensure the integrity of the attachment.
For specific details, including load capacities, dimensions, and usage guidelines please see the PDF attached below.
All William Hackett Grade 8 lifting components comply fully with the relevant section of EN1677, they are forged from alloy steel, they are crack detected following heat treatment and finally proof tested to 2.5 times working load. The full compliance of these components means that they can be used in chain slings certified to EN 818-4, for use in a temperature range of -40°C up to 200°C without reduction in working load limit.
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