22352.3024 - Threaded Lifting Pins
self-locking, for centre holes according to DIN 332

This threaded lifting pin is used when there is a threaded hole with a counterbore according to DIN 332.

Heavy-duty lifting element for quick and easy use, with moveable shackle and locking stud to provide protection against unintentional unlocking. For lifting loads, the threaded lifting pin is inserted into a threaded hole. In contrast to a ringbolt, time-consuming screwing in and out is therefore unnecessary.

All versions are corrosion-protected. The version made of stainless steel is also resistant to corrosion and weathering, so it is also suitable for external use. In addition, the high-strength, precipitation-hardened pin makes extreme loads possible.

This article 22352.3024 - Threaded Lifting Pins self-locking, for centre holes according to DIN 332 / (d1: M24, l1: 31 mm) is one variant of the article group Threaded Lifting Pins self-locking, for centre holes according to DIN 332 (EH 22352.)

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d1 [mm]
l1 [mm]
Load capacity F1 1) - [kN]

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Material:
Stainless steel 1.4542, precipitation-hardened
d1 [mm]:
M24
l1 [mm]:
31 mm
Load capacity F1 1) [kN]:
23 kN
Article-No.:
22352.3024
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Price:
€453.51
Threaded Lifting Pins
  • stainless steel
  • d1: M24
  • l1: 31 mm
  • d2 -0.07: 20.7 mm
  • d3: 36 mm
  • d4: 24.7 mm
  • l2: 38.9 mm
  • l3: 47.3 mm
  • l4: 61.4 mm
  • l5: 50.6 mm
  • l6: 49.8 mm
  • l7: 82 mm
  • l8: 145.4 mm
  • l9: 36 mm
  • l10: 22 mm
  • Load capacity1) F1: 23 kN
  • Load capacity1) F2: 11.1 kN
  • Load capacity1) F3: 8.6 kN
  • Locating thread: M24
  • Operating temperature range max.: 250 °C
  • Weight: 1264 g
Threaded Lifting Pins

Material

Pin part

  • Stainless steel 1.4542, precipitation-hardened

Press button

  • Aluminium, orange, anodised

Threaded element

  • Stainless steel 1.4542, precipitation-hardened

Shackle

  • Stainless steel 1.4571

Spring

  • Stainless Steel

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Assembly

Threaded lifting pins can be mounted into a thread that is true to gauge.

Mounting:

  1. Press in the button and hold it down.
  2. Insert the threaded lifting pin.
  3. Release the button (The button must be back in its original position.).
  4. Tighten the threaded lifting pin by hand, until it bears compleately on the bearing surface.
  5. It must be ensured that the threaded segments are engaged in the mounting thread.

Dismantling:

  1. Unscrew the threaded lifting pin approx. a quarter of a turn anticlockwise.
  2. Press in the button and hold it down.
  3. Remove the threaded lifting pin.
  4. Release the button.

Operation

Each threaded lifting pin contains an instruction manual with an EC Declaration of Conformity.

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Load Chart Threaded Lifting Pins
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Original operating instructions threaded lifting pins
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Short Instruction Manual Threaded Lifting Pins for centre holes according to DIN 332 (EH 22352.)
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Datasheet 22352.3024
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Contains lead - compliant according to exceptions 6a / 6b / 6c

 

Contains SVHC substances >0,1% w/w

Contains lead - SVHC list [REACH] as of 10.06.2022

 

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