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ship shackle / for anchor chains / joining - HD

Intended to connect a Mooring Hawser (via thimble) to the end link of an Anti-Chafing Chain...

ship shackle / for anchor chains / joining - STDR - 3033

Intended to connect the soft eye of wire rope to soft eye of fibre rope the Tønsberg Mooring Link is...

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sailboat shackle / straight / forged  / stainless steel - 140041

All shackles are forged in Europe from AINI 316 stainless steel...

sailboat shackle / with captive pin / straight / forged  - 41.65

D-Shackle stainless steel with countersunk slottd...

sailboat shackle / moving head / forged  / stainless steel - 40.77

Stainless steel 12mm

All shackles...

sailboat shackle / torso / forged  / stainless steel - 41.64

Stainless Steel 8mm Twisted Shackle

All...

sailboat shackle / plastic - 04.58

White nylon shackle with 42mm internal height....

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sailboat shackle / halyard - H5

Tylaska's halyard shackles have the highest strength-to-weight ratio of any existing halyard shackle on the market. A captive 17-4PH stainless pin makes for trouble-free operation. The all-metal machined line thimble allows for use as a 2-1 purchase without the wear or melting that occurs with...

sailboat shackle / halyard - H8

Tylaska's halyard shackles have the highest strength-to-weight ratio of any existing halyard shackle on the market. A captive 17-4PH stainless pin makes for trouble-free operation. The all-metal machined line thimble allows for use as a 2-1 purchase without the wear or melting that occurs with...

sailboat shackle / halyard - H12

Tylaska's halyard shackles have the highest strength-to-weight ratio of any existing halyard shackle on the market. A captive 17-4PH stainless pin makes for trouble-free operation. The all-metal machined line thimble allows for use as a 2-1 purchase without the wear or melting that occurs with...

sailboat shackle / halyard - H20

Tylaska's halyard shackles have the highest strength-to-weight ratio of any existing halyard shackle on the market. A captive 17-4PH stainless pin makes for trouble-free operation. The all-metal machined line thimble allows for use as a 2-1 purchase without the wear or melting that occurs with...

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ship shackle / dock line - TØNSBERG MOORING LINK

Tønsberg Mooring Link - galvanised steel mooring link...

ship shackle / dock line - MANDAL FAIRLEAD

Mandal Fairlead Shackle - Stainless steel...

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ship shackle / dock line - MANDAL FAIRLEAD

The mooring is an element essential to the floating beaconing. Mobilis proposes a wide range of articles, each one selected for...

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sailboat shackle / wide / forged  / stainless steel - S3611

Field of application
Oversize D-shackles and Oversize D-shackles (nut and
cotter pin)...

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shackle

A shackle is metal fitting composed of a pin and a U-shaped body. If the pin is threaded, it can be called a shackle screw pin. The pin also can consist of a bolt and nut or held in place by a cotter pin.

Applications

Shackle varieties include D-type, twist, bow and others. Sizes range from a few to several tens of centimeters. Large models are used on ship mooring lines.

Technologies

These fittings are used to temporarily connect a chain to a line, a halyard to a sail or the last link of a chain to an anchor. Most are made of stainless steel. Some pins are permanently attached to the shackle body to prevent loss. They slide to close or open, but cannot be separated from the shackle.

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