D-rings part of Ken Forging’s lineup of forged hardwareAugust 28, 2015 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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Ken Forging is known for its eye bolts, but the Jefferson, Ohio-based manufacturer of forged industrial hardware produces a large range of products, including D-rings. Shaped like the letter D, these are metal rings held on by a welded-on or bolted-on strap.
Ken Forging D-rings are made of drop forged carbon steel, self coloured, and offered in three main styles — straight, triangular and bent. They are available in diameters from ⅜ through to 3-¼ inches; widths from 2-3/16 through to 5-½ inches; overall lengths from 2-¼ up to six inches; and rated capacities from 2,100 up to 17,000 pounds. All three styles meet ASTM A668, Class D and 75,000 PSI minimum tensile strength.
Weld-on clips and bolt-on clips are also available in various sizes. They are made from carbon steel (C1018-C1020), and available in various lengths, heights, widths, thicknesses and weights.
The specific details of each D-ring and clip can be found on page 51 of the company’s online catalogue. The specialists at Ken Forging are available to help customers in D-ring selection, ensuring they get the most appropriate style for their specific application.
With a history dating back 45 years, Ken Forging is a leading manufacturer of forged industrial hardware and custom forgings. In addition to its strong, quality products and knowledgeable staff, the company is proud to offer same- or next-day delivery on all in-stock items; a prompt response to inquiries, quotations and orders; full traceability; competitive pricing; and no minimum orders, which offers savings to customers because they are not required to meet a minimum dollar amount in their order.
Ken Forging will be exhibiting at the National Industrial Fastener Show/West from October 21-23 at the Sands Expo Center in Las Vegas. Visit the company at booth 911, and learn more about its products and capabilities. Contact Ken Forging at email@example.com for more details about attending National Industrial Fastener Show/West.