Eye Bolts, Nuts And Bolts, Ball Bearings, Abrasive Discs, Specialty Hardware, Mumbai, India


Eye Bolts

Eye bolts (eyebolts) are threaded bolts with a loop or eye at one end. The eye is used to anchor a cable, rope or chain. Eye bolts are rated for different types of applications and may pivot or swivel. Load-rated eyebolts are designed for vertical lifting, but are not recommended for angular lifting. Eye bolts that are not load-rated are designed for use with tie downs and guiding wires; however, they are not suitable for lifting applications.

Specifications for eyebolts include maximum load capacity, threaded length, shank length, eye inside diameter (ID), eye section diameter or eye thickness, and total weight. Maximum load capacity is the maximum load which an eyebolt can handle. For fully-threaded eyebolts, shank diameter equals the thread length.

Nuts and bolts

Nuts are fasteners that are designed to fit around and secure a bolt or screw. The application determines the type of nut to use.

Bolts are threaded rods or pins that fasten objects together. They usually have a head at one end and a thread at the other. Bolts are secured by threaded nuts, and are available in both metric and non-metric designations. Metric nuts vary by inner diameter (ID) and are usually labeled with the letter “M” followed by the ID in millimeters (mm). For example, M.16 bolts have an inner diameter of 1.6 mm, while M2 bolts have an ID of 2.0mm. Non-metric bolts also vary by inner diameter, but are measured in inches (in) and eighths of inches. Although some English bolts are labeled by ID, others carry a specially-numbered designation. Examples include #0000, #000, #00, #0, #1, and #2 bolts.

Ball Bearings

We are Stockist & supplier of bushes & bearings .Our range consist of different types of bearings and bushes such as Taper Roller Bearing, Pillow Block Bearing, Thrust Bearing, Needle Bearing, Misc. Bearing, Spherical Bearing, Ball Bearing, Kingpin Bearing, Bi-Metal Bushes, Gun Metal Bush, Sintered Bush, Spring Bush etc. All our products are made of high quality material with zero defects.


Abrasive discs

Abrasive discs consist of abrasive grains applied to a backing made of cloth, fiber, film, paper, non-woven, or other material.

The abrasive grains remove surface materials such as metal, ceramics, glass, plastics, and paint. Consequently, abrasive discs are used in wet and dry grinding, sanding, cleaning, polishing, and surface preparation in a variety of industries, including metalworking, woodworking, ceramics, and semiconductors. A disc’s backing, abrasive grain, grit size, and mounting help determine its applications.

control cable fittings, bumpers, drawer slides, grommets, casters, wheels
Specialty hardware includes specialized or proprietary hardware or hardware systems. There many different types of specialty hardware products. Examples include specialized or proprietary wire rope and control cable fittings, bumpers, drawer slides, flexible support arms or goosenecks, grommets, casters, and wheels. Specialty wire rope and control cable fittings include specialized or proprietary clips, sleeves, stud ends, eyes, forks, and other hardware used to construct mechanical cable assemblies.

Specialty bumpers are elastomeric hardware devices used for edge protection, cushioning, and impact absorption. Specialty drawer slides use guides, bearings or rollers to support drawers and facilitate their motion. Specialty goosenecks are flexible support arms for mounting devices such as illuminators and magnifiers. Specialty grommets are eyelets that are used to strengthen or protect an opening, or to insulate and protect an object passing through an opening. Specialty casters are complete wheel and horn assemblies that attach to equipment to allow movement. Specialty wheels are solid discs or rigid circular rings that attach to specialty hardware assemblies such as casters to allow movement.


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