Eye nuts are a critical component in many applications. These fasteners, known for their round or oval looped head, are designed to receive a hook or a rope for lifting applications, or to be used with tie downs and guided wires.
There are many eye nut options available to suit a range of applications, and Ken Forging, an expert manufacturer of drop-forged industrial hardware, offers a wide selection. The Jefferson, Ohio-based company’s lineup features many options for sizes, materials and designs. In addition, the company can create custom forgings up to a maximum of 250 lbs. to meet any special requirements.
Many options available
Ken Forging offers several standard designs of eye nuts, including styles A, B and D. Each type is available in a variety of materials such as 304 or 316 stainless steel, and carbon steels C1030 or 1045.
The company has the capability to perform a variety of secondary operations in-house to create forgings that are tailored to meet customer requirements. For instance, a number of options for surface finishes are available, including hot dip or electro galvanized, electropolished and black oxide.
Ken Forging can also provide eye nuts with various threading types, including UNC and UNF, or the company can supply eye nut blanks. Both metric and ACME sizes are available.
Superior quality products
In addition to eye nuts, the company’s broad product offering includes c-clamps, d-rings, eyebolts, turnbuckles, safety swivel hoist rings and machine shop tools. Ken Forging has been serving the industry since 1970 and, in that time, has grown from a one-man operation into a leading manufacturer with more than 130 employees.
To ensure customers have complete confidence in the quality and reliability of its products, the company offers 100 per cent traceability and lot control. According to the company, its mission is to provide customers with the best products available.
“We are committed to continually strive to achieve the highest quality level attainable for our products.”
For more information, contact Ken Forging.