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Stab Cat Sheetmaster Ground Release Sheet Pile Shackle - 10 Ton WLL

Stab Cat Sheetmaster Ground Release Sheet Pile Shackle - 10 Ton WLLStab Cat Sheetmaster Ground Release Sheet Pile Shackle - 10 Ton WLLStab Cat Sheetmaster Ground Release Sheet Pile Shackle - 10 Ton WLL
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  • This product is rated for overhead lifting.
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Product Description

Attach a 1/2" rope to Trip Lanyard (A) and Plunger Lanyard (B) of sufficient length to be handheld when load is lifted into position and secured so shackle can be released.

TO ATTACH SHACKLE: When the Plunger Lanyard (B) is retracted the Trip Lanyard (A) is spring-loaded and will be extended into the Plunger and will hold the Plunger in its retracted position. To release the Plunger, simply pull (retract) (A) and the Plunger will extend into position for lifting and (A) will extend behind (B) to lock the Plunger in its extended position.

TO RELEASE SHACKLE: Pull/retract (A) and hold in the retracted position until (B) is retracted, then release (A) and it will extend into (B) and keep the Plunger from re-extending.


  • A ground release shackle for sheet pile
  • Made from high tensile strength heat treated carbon steel with an alloy pin
  • Simple plunger design allows safe and effective operation from the ground
  • Individually proof-tested and serialized (certificates available upon request)

* User must not use ropes as tag lines under any circumstances! Full attention by the user must be given to both ropes attached to the Trip Lanyard (A) and the Plunger Lanyard (B) at all times to prevent them from becoming fouled and/or inadvertently activated.


Sheet Pile
WLL (tons)
WLL (lbs)
Throat Opening
1-1/8"W x 9-3/4"D
Pin Diameter
Weight (lbs)

Questions & Answers

4 Questions & 4 Answers
from Paducah, KY asked:
September 8, 2021
Can these shackles be used to replace screw type shackles? Example: using 1 ground release shackle to fly a welding machine.
1 Answer
Yes, they have been used for similar situations.  They positively latch in and out for safety reasons.  Just make sure there is enough room between the machine and the lanyard cable to unlatch the shackle.
Submitted by: WRS on September 8, 2021

from CA asked:
January 26, 2021
Could these be used to hang columns with a welded plate and hole at the top?
1 Answer
Without all the details we can't say for sure, but that application sure sounds like a good fit for these shackles.  You just need to match up the shackle specs to the lifting points on the column, and of course, the Working Load Limit (10 tons).
Submitted by: WRS on January 27, 2021

from Drummond Island, MI asked:
June 3, 2020
Do the sheets need to have a hole for the plunger to go through for lifting?  Or does it clamp onto the sheet piling?
1 Answer
Yes, the sheets need to have a hold for the plunger to go through.
Submitted by: WRS on June 8, 2020

from Rockford, IL asked:
November 8, 2018
Does this shackle work with PZ-27 sheets?
1 Answer
Yes, this shackle will fit PZ-27 sheets.
Submitted by: WRS on November 8, 2018

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