G.L. Huyett Carbon Steel
(5 product groups)
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Eye bolts consist of a threaded shank with a loop at one end. When attached to structures such as wood or steel posts, rope or cable is fed through the loop to lift objects. Made of forged carbon steel or stainless steel, our selection of eye bolts includes plain style and shoulder style to resist bending. Available with a hex nut for additional support.
These wire lock pins have a pin and cotter in one assembly. The wire loop is pulled over the pin end to lock it in place or remove it. Eliminates cotter pin loss. Headed shank formed of carbon steel. Retainer wire formed of MB spring wire. Zinc plated.Self-locking ring snaps down to hold them securely in place. Easy grip ring for quick removal. Pin is carbon steel, heat-treated to Rockwell RA 50-60. Ring is hot drawn spring steel with hardness of RC 47-48. Zinc plated.
Retaining & Fixing Rings
Retainer Rings are installed into pre-manufactured grooves on axles to act as a shoulder and retain a specified component or assembly. These retainers are designed with a lip for easy assembly and dismantling.C-Clip Retainer Rings can be used on axles with or without pre-manufactured grooves as an ideal solution to shoulder and retain a specified component or assembly. These C-Clips have a durable and bright zinc finish.E-Clip Retainer Rings slide into a groove on a shaft to shoulder, align, and retain a specific component or assembly. E-Clips are available in a wide range of sizes and variety of materials to best suit your application.
Turnbuckles are commonly used in rigging to apply tension and reduce slack in lengths of rope or cable. Our selection of carbon steel and stainless steel turnbuckles includes jaw-and-jaw, eye-and-eye, and hook-and-eye configurations.
Woodruff keys are shaped like a half circle and used to lock gears and pulleys to the drive shafts of machine tools and engines. The round edge of the key is designed to fit into the keyseat, which is a curved pocket on the shaft. The flat edge of the key remains exposed and fits into the keyway, which is a rectangular groove in the gear or pulley.