316 Stainless Steel Pad Eye Plate U Hooks 1.8in/2.4in/3.15in Ring Hooks Ceiling Hook Screw Eyes Hanger , Marine Hardware Staple Hook Loop with Screws
This pad eye is a durable and versatile solution for a variety of applications, including boat bolt, roof beam, ceiling fan hook, and wood. Its wire drawing treatment gives it a high-gloss finish and a smooth, burr-free surface that is both visually appealing and pleasant to the touch.
Durable 316 Stainless Steel
Made from solid 316 stainless steel, this pad eye is exceptionally wear-resistant, antirust, and corrosion-resistant, making it an ideal choice for long-term outdoor use. The solid stainless steel construction provides superior strength, while the full welding and strong solder joints ensure that it is not easy to break, loosen, or shed.
Widely Used with Various Buckles and Links
This pad eye can be used with a variety of buckles, quick links, and links, making it an ideal choice for Suspension Training Straps, Gymnastic Rings, Yoga Swings Hammocks, Boat & Marine Deck Hardware, and other applications.
- Color: Silver
- Material: 316 Stainless Steel
- Maximum Load for Each Pad Eye:
- M5: 150lb / 68kg
- M6: 200lb / 91kg
- M8: 300lb / 136kg
- M5: 20 pieces of M5 hooks, each piece with screws & bolts
- M6: 12 pieces of M6 hooks, each piece with screws & bolts
- M8: 8 pieces of M8 hooks, each piece with screws & bolts
Sonia B. –
Excellent quality and price.
Nice size hooks with a bright stainless steel finish. Very sturdy.
Nice design. Secured to concrete wall using 250lb. anchors, then attached steel safety chains on open loading dock bay doors.
Mr. P –
Made an indoor jungle gym for my kids. These hold my weight (205 lbs) swinging and playing on them. Kids love it and stay active on hot days and will be able to play when it¡®s cold out. I¡®m stoked.
Ty B –
Perfect for what I needed. Holds a rubber gasket in place and provide a tie down point I use often. I may buy some more they are so handy.
David Montes De Oca –
P McQ –
Perfect fit for my 3/4in grommets. When I’m done with making my combo rain and shade awning for my trailer I’ll add photos.
Carroll L. Kasten –
The smaller size was what I wanted. I am using them to hook up some string lights in my screened room. I also used some carabiner hooks.
Greg R. –
These did the job and are holding up very well! Just be aware of the orientation when attaching to the structure, sheer load or pull load, very important.