LP-67 Lashing Eye (D-Ring)

LP-67 Lashing Eye (D-Ring)

  • High breaking strength of 670 kN (≈67 T)
  • W.L.L. 335 Kn (≈33,5T)
  • Supplied with matching welding cap
  • Detailed technical drawing available ( Download )
Quantity from 1+ 4+ 8+
Price per piece €52.50 €47.50 €42.50
* Price per piece ex. VAT
SKU: 10-02-0012-00

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Product description LP-67 Lashing Eye (D-Ring)

The Navacqs Lashing Eye LP-67 is the strongest tie-down point in the program with a tensile strength of 67 tons and comes with a corresponding welding shield. The product is made of high-quality hardened steel and is galvanized to provide additional protection against weathering.

High breaking strength of 67 T

The Lashing Eye LP-67 owes its name to its impressive tensile strength of 67 tons (670 kN). Due to this strength, the LP-67 is the strongest tie-down point in the Navacqs program, even stronger than the LP-14 with a breaking strength of 50 tons. The Lashing Eye LP-67 can be used in many different applications to ensure that your load stays secure and stable.

Delivery includes welding shield

The Navacqs Lashing Eye LP-67 comes with a corresponding welding shield to make installation as easy as possible. You don’t have to worry about buying additional parts to use the product. Everything you need is included in the delivery. Each tie-down point is delivered with a welding shield for welding the eye to the deck, trailer, or other structures.

Material: high-quality hardened steel

Both the tie-down point and mounting part are made of hardened steel. The tie-down point is also galvanized to provide additional protection against weathering.

The LP-67’s construction ensures long life and excellent performance. The robust material ensures high load capacity and withstands even the toughest conditions.

 

Specifications
Product LP-67 Lashing Eye (D-Ring)
Breaking Strength 670 Kn (≈67T)
Working Load Limit (W.L.L.) 335 Kn (≈33,5T)
Weight 4,6 Kg
Material Forged steel + bent steel sheet
Length 131 mm
Width 232 mm
Diameter 28,5 mm
Maximum Load Angle 45 degrees
Downloads

Download the technical drawing (. pdf)

Download the 3D model (.stp) and import in any technical drawing software

Download the welding instructions (.pdf)

Product description LP-67 Lashing Eye (D-Ring)

The Navacqs Lashing Eye LP-67 is the strongest tie-down point in the program with a tensile strength of 67 tons and comes with a corresponding welding shield. The product is made of high-quality hardened steel and is galvanized to provide additional protection against weathering.

High breaking strength of 67 T

The Lashing Eye LP-67 owes its name to its impressive tensile strength of 67 tons (670 kN). Due to this strength, the LP-67 is the strongest tie-down point in the Navacqs program, even stronger than the LP-14 with a breaking strength of 50 tons. The Lashing Eye LP-67 can be used in many different applications to ensure that your load stays secure and stable.

Delivery includes welding shield

The Navacqs Lashing Eye LP-67 comes with a corresponding welding shield to make installation as easy as possible. You don’t have to worry about buying additional parts to use the product. Everything you need is included in the delivery. Each tie-down point is delivered with a welding shield for welding the eye to the deck, trailer, or other structures.

Material: high-quality hardened steel

Both the tie-down point and mounting part are made of hardened steel. The tie-down point is also galvanized to provide additional protection against weathering.

The LP-67’s construction ensures long life and excellent performance. The robust material ensures high load capacity and withstands even the toughest conditions.

 

Product LP-67 Lashing Eye (D-Ring)
Breaking Strength 670 Kn (≈67T)
Working Load Limit (W.L.L.) 335 Kn (≈33,5T)
Weight 4,6 Kg
Material Forged steel + bent steel sheet
Length 131 mm
Width 232 mm
Diameter 28,5 mm
Maximum Load Angle 45 degrees

Download the technical drawing (. pdf)

Download the 3D model (.stp) and import in any technical drawing software

Download the welding instructions (.pdf)