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Shackles

Easily connect and disconnect hooks to hoist rings, eye bolts, pad eyes, or other fixed attachment points on your load with these shackles. They consist of a U-shaped ring and removable pin. Shackles can also be used as a gathering point for multi-legged slings.

Quick-Install Anchor Shackles (For Lifting)

Great for tasks where the shackles need to be frequently moved, these anchor shackles have a threaded pin (screw pin) which is easy to install and remove. They are also called bow shackles or Class 2 anchor shackles, and have a hole in the screw-pin head to add a wire or clip for added security. The rounded shape of anchor shackles makes them better than D-shackles at handling pulling forces from multiple angles.

Note: The shackle capacity reduces depending on the angle of the load.

Gamut Approved — Carbon Steel Body & Alloy Steel Pin

Crosby — Carbon Steel Body & Alloy Steel Pin

Gamut Approved — Alloy Steel Body & Alloy Steel Pin

Secure-Mount Anchor Shackles (For Lifting)

Use these secure-mount anchor shackles, also called safety anchor shackles, safety bow shackles, or Class 3 anchor shackles, for semi-permanent and permanent shackle installations. They close using a nut and cotter pin, also known as a bolt type closure, which helps reduce the shackle from loosening should the load slide on the pin. The rounded shape of anchor shackles makes them better than D-shackles at handling pulling forces from multiple angles.

Note: The shackle capacity reduces depending on the angle of the load.

Gamut Approved — Carbon Steel Body & Alloy Steel Pin

Crosby — Carbon Steel Body & Alloy Steel Pin

Gamut Approved — Alloy Steel Body & Alloy Steel Pin

Corrosion-Resistant Quick-Install Anchor Shackles (Not For Lifting)

Commonly used in marine or other corrosive environments, these corrosion-resistant shackles, also known as bow shackles, are constructed of durable 316 stainless steel. They close using a threaded pin (screw pin), which is easy to install and remove, making them a good choice for temporary applications. The rounded shape of anchor shackles makes them better than D-shackles at handling pulling forces from multiple angles.

Note: The shackle capacity reduces depending on the angle of the load. These shackles are not for lifting.

Gamut Approved — 316 Stainless Steel Body & 316 Stainless Steel Pin

Quick-Install D-Shackles (For Lifting)

Install these shackles in applications where the shackles need to be frequently moved. They have a threaded pin (screw pin), which is easy to screw in and remove. These shackles are also called chain shackles or Class 2 shackles, and have a deep U-shape that makes them only suitable for use in straight-pull applications.

Gamut Approved — Carbon Steel Body & Alloy Steel Pin

Gamut Approved — Alloy Steel Body & Alloy Steel Pin

Secure-Mount D-Shackles (For Lifting)

For semi-permanent and permanent shackle installations, use these secure-mount anchor shackles, also called Class 3 shackles, chain shackles, or safety shackles. These devices are closed using a nut and a cotter pin, also known as a bolt type closure, which helps reduce the shackle from loosening should the load slide on the pin. The deep U-shape of D-shackles makes them only suitable for use in straight-pull applications.

Gamut Approved — Alloy Steel Body & Alloy Steel Pin

Corrosion-Resistant Quick-Install D-Shackles (Not For Lifting)

Made of 316 stainless steel, use these shackles, also known as chain shackles, in marine or other corrosive environments. Shackles close using a threaded pin (screw pin), which is easy to install and remove, making them a good choice for temporary applications. The deep U-shape of D-shackles makes them only suitable for use in straight-pull applications. These shackles are not for lifting.

Gamut Approved — 316 Stainless Steel Body & 316 Stainless Steel Pin