Think of a hoist ring as an eye bolt with greater safety and benefits; they are lifting points used to connect a heavy load to the sling or hoist performing the lift. Unlike an eye bolt, hoist rings allow for full rotation, pivoting and angular loading, all without reducing their rated capacity. This allows for greater safety and flexibility when engineering and performing the lift.
Hundreds of Hoist Rings to Choose From
There are many styles, and brands, when it comes to hoist rings. On this page alone we offer hundreds of options, all of which serve perfectly in the right application.
Use the on page filters to make selections and narrow down the list of suitable hoist rings for your project. If you need a basic hoist ring, then choose one of our "Standard" options from the list.
Which Hoist Rings are Most Popular?
Far and away, we sell more Crosby HR-125 UNC Swivel Hoist Rings than any other model. Although they are not the cheapest, they are demanded by engineers all across the world. Like most hoist rings, they swivel a full 360º and pivot a full 180º. This functionality is superior to the way eye bolts work, because eye bolts do not bend or flex, and angular loads greatly reduce their capacity.
If you don't require Crosby, then we highly recommend you check out Actek Hoist Rings. Not only are they a great value, but Actek has done an amazing job of keeping hoist rings in stock while many other manufacturers simply haven't been able to.