CM 5/8" Bolt Type Anchor Shackle - 4-1/2 Ton WLL - #M851G
- Manufactured from technically advanced micro alloy steel with optimal hardness for strength and ductility
- Shows major deformation before failure
- Working Load Limit (WLL) and traceability codes shown as permanent markings on body
- Quenched and tempered bolt
- Meets dimensional requirements and exceed performance requirements of RR-C-277
- Special testing and certification is available upon request at the time of the order (additional charges apply)
The Charpy V-Notch Test was developed during World War 2 to test the penetration resistance of steel armor. It has since evolved into a method to test for toughness of steel in critical structures such as buildings or bridges.
In this test, a bar is mounted horizontally with the notch facing away from an impact weight suspended on a pendulum. When the weight is released, it swings down and breaks through the bar. An indicator measures how far the pendulum is continues to swing after breaking the bar. The momentum of the pendulum is then the measure of the resistance of the material to breaking or penetration.
CM Super Strong shackles, with the lower hardness values, will consistently pull more than a competitor's carbon shackles of the same diameter. CM Super Strong Shackles were designed to improve overall load strength and ductility without an increase in shackle diameter.
CM alloy shackles will meet the Charpy Impact Test requirements. Results of this testing show that CM alloy shackles greatly exceed the minimum strength requirements.
Bolt Type Anchor
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