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Ken Forging has been manufacturing high quality eyebolts for distributors since it was founded in 1970, and it remains the company’s leading product today.

Ken Forging has been manufacturing high-quality eyebolts for distributors since it was founded in 1970, and it remains the company’s leading product today. 

And just like the Jefferson, Ohio-based company has grown, so has its product line — expanding from the original line of carbon steel eyebolts to those made from stainless steels (304 and 316 series), carbon steels (grades C1018 through C1045, including C1030 and C1035), alloy steels (4140 and F11 and F22) and zinc-plated steel. Customers can choose between eyebolts in the plain and shoulder patterns, as well as between regular length and long shanks — from ¼- to 2.5-inch shank diameter. The company also manufactures several models of nut eyebolts. Finish options include plain, hot dip or electro galvanized (zinc) and electro-polished, and threading capabilities include UNC, UNF, metric and ACME. The company also provides custom plating and special heat treat processes.

While Ken Forging has grown and product lines have expanded, its commitment to quality has remained. It offers 100 per cent traceability and lot control for quality assurance purposes, and its eyebolts are manufactured to ASME B18.15 and tested to ASTM A489 specifications. 

And because the company has such a substantial inventory, it can guarantee same-day or next-day shipping for in-stock eyebolts, as well as any of its other in-stock offerings, including threaded rod ends, eye nuts, turnbuckle bodies, fittings, forged d-rings, t-slot nuts, wedges and much more. 

Ken Forging is so committed to its customers’ success, that its website outlines eyebolt installation instructions, maintenance tips, as well as safety precautions and rated capacity guidelines. 

For more information on its eyebolt lineup, contact Ken Forging


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