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This week we have completed a project for one of our bespoke BS463:1958 sockets. This 1.3/4″ specially made sockets has been tailored to our customers technical drawings. Sockets are used as a connection to attach steel wire rope to a fixed point. This may be an anchoring system for tubes or pipes, anchor wires for
Welcome to the fibre age Step into a new era of safer and more efficient lashing and lifting. An era that is powered by Green Pin Tycan® Chains, made from Dyneema® fibre. Green Pin Tycan® is up to eight times lighter than steel – yet just as strong. Evolve your lashing and lifting capabilities and
The Green Pin Web Sling Shackle complete with Screw Pin is the ideal shackle for lifting with synthetic round and flat web slings. The optimal bearing surface of the shackle crown means the load on the web sling is distributed evenly. As a result, damage to the web sling is minimized and its lifespan extended.
We are pleased to announce that Van Beest are merging the brands of Tycan® and Excel® into the Green Pin® brand. As a result of this decision, the brand Excel® will be replaced by the brand Green Pin®. Also, the brand name Tycan® will be used under Green Pin® as the collective name for
Working on heavy lift projects in challenging times requires revolutionary power. The new Green Pin Power Sling® Shackle gives you this power. It has a unique design that enables you to lift the same load with a lighter wire. Lighter wire means lower costs, giving you more competitive power. The Green Pin Power Sling® Shackle
The Green Pin Standard Bow Shackle with Screw Collar Pin are now also available as a black painted “Theatre” type. The Theatre Shackles are specially developed for the use in theatres and other entertainment venues to securely hang rigging and other accessories. Due to the black matt finish, the Theatre Shackle shows no sheen or
We now have a new addition to the Green Pin Shackle range – a Fixed Nut Shackle. Along with lifting applications, shackles are also used for more permanent constructions. Shackles can be subject to dynamic loads and/or extreme vibrations and, in such applications, there can be a risk that the nut starts moving over the