SSPA187i-BOW

NexSens Stainless Steel Bow Shackles

NexSens Stainless Steel Bow Shackles

Description

Stainless steel bow shackles securely connect mooring chain and custom-built SS mooring lines to both NexSens data buoys and pyramid anchors.

Features

  • Ideal for mooring NexSens data buoys
  • 316 SS construction provides corrosion resistance in fresh and salt water applications
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$2.80
Usually ships in 3-5 days

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Details

Type 316 SS screw-pin bow shackles that are used to attach mooring chain to a data buoy or pyramid anchor should be one size larger than the chain itself to ensure a strong linkage.
Notable Specifications:
Size Weight/unit (lbs) Working Load Limit (lbs)
3/16" 0.04 530
1/4" 0.06 750
3/8" 0.25 1700
1/2" 0.56 3000
5/8" 1.05 4000
3/4" 1.68 5600
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
NexSens Stainless Steel Bow Shackles SSPA187i-BOW Stainless steel bow shackle, 3/16"
$2.80
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NexSens Stainless Steel Bow Shackles SSPA250i-BOW Stainless steel bow shackle, 1/4"
$3.70
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NexSens Stainless Steel Bow Shackles SSPA375i-BOW Stainless steel bow shackle, 3/8"
$6.50
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NexSens Stainless Steel Bow Shackles SSPA500i-BOW Stainless steel bow shackle, 1/2"
$11.00
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NexSens Stainless Steel Bow Shackles SSPA625i-BOW Stainless steel bow shackle, 5/8"
$21.80
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NexSens Stainless Steel Bow Shackles SSPA750i-BOW Stainless steel bow shackle, 3/4"
$38.50
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Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
NexSens 3/16" Stainless Steel Mooring Lines SS187-10 Custom built 3/16" vinyl coated SS mooring line, 10'
$60.00
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NexSens Pyramid Anchors DOR15 Pyramid anchor, 15 lb.
$99.00
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