Stainless Steel Shackles – High Resistance
Stainless steel is one of the most resistant metals around. The addition of chromium during the
manufacturing process creates a chromium oxide film on the finished product. It is this which gives stainless
steel its high resistance. Stainless shackles have high corrosion resistance. And so are popular
throughout the marine industry and aviation industries as well as oil and gas. Stainless is strong, resilient
and versatile. Because of this that it has become an important piece of equipment in many industries.
Stainless steel shackles also boast a more pleasing appearance than the galvanized steel version. Making them
ideal for use in more architectural applications. Yacht rigging, stair balustrades, decking and other barriers
are all common places where you may see a stainless steel shackle. Although they are used in a vast array of
Stainless steel shackles may cost a little more but they are strong and highly corrosive resistant and so have a
key advantage over normal steel.
Types of Stainless Steel Shackles
There are a wide variety of stainless steel shackles on the market. Many of which you can purchase from Rope
Services Direct at extremely competitive prices.
Dee shackles and Bow shackles are available with either a screw pin or a safety bolt. And can be supplied as
tested or untested versions. Other stainless shackles available include wide jaw shackles, strip steel shackles,
twisted shackles, long shackles and shackles with Allen pins and also captive pins. View our range by clicking
on the categories above to find out much more about each item.
We sell many other types of stainless fittings, particularly the type that work well with our stainless wire
rope. Making up a specific rope with your choice of fitting is no problem for our team as we have our own
workshop with specialist machinery, including press machines. No job is too small!
Buying your Shackles
If you need more information, help or advice on our stainless shackles or any other rope fitting and accessory please give our
team a call on 01384 78004, we can usually help. If you know exactly what you want then you can let us know by
email, you can do this by using the contact us page
here, or by the flashing rapid enquiry form button.