Lifting boats is easier with Accon

Accon Marine Lifting Eye

Dec 19, 2023

Lifting a boat by its cleats or standard bow eye can damage the vessel and be downright dangerous. Accon Marine’s Round and Oval Lifting Eyes were designed specifically for this purpose. They handle up to 4,000 lbs. when installed correctly.

Round and Oval Lifting Eyes are manufactured from marine-grade 316 stainless steel with 304 stainless hardware. Like all Accon hardware, they’re discreetly hidden when not in use, but pull up easily when needed. Each comes with a bow eye and 12″ threaded rod that accommodates virtually any bow angle and overcomes slight misalignments at installation. The maximum working load is 4,000 lbs., in the direction of the rod shank.

The Round Lifting Eye 203-LE measures 3.5″ in diameter and requires 4.5″ of clearance. It requires a 2.375″ hole and fastens with four #10 screws. The bow eye is 1.85″ CTC.

Compact, the Oval Lifting Eye 201-LE can be equipped with a drain or sealed watertight. At only 4.25″ L x 2.63″ W, it requires 2.1″ of clearance under the deck.

www.acconmarine.com.

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