Barton's High Load Blocks feature side plate and sheave construction. If you need any assistance in searching for what you need then please contact our Sales Team. Alternatively, please visit Barton's technical page for more information. Technical details are also listed in each product description below.
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- Hollow stainless steel rivets allow for through-bolt fastening, giving added strength.
- Through-bolt mounting also means that these blocks can easily be stacked to achieve double block capabilities. Note; stacking blocks will reduce working loads.
- Fastenings of the minimum diameter suggested should be used to gain full load capability.
- Ensure that suitable mounting pads are used under deck.
Available in two sizes; specifications as per our high load foot block range. Suitable for a multitude of uses, including locking control lines on headsail furling gear.
Max holding power of cams: 50mm – 250kg; 65mm – 300kg.
High Load Eye with Dyneema Loop
The Barton High load eye with loop is available in 3 sizes and can be used in various applications on board including barber hauler, preventers, mast base block tidies, emergency blocks, occasional blocks and toe rail blocks etc. The High load eye combined with the Dyneema loop gives you a fast, efficient, simple and extremely strong solution to changing the direction of any line. The 'Spectro' anodised aluminium eye is designed to have very good wear resistant properties with low friction, this combined with the Dyneema loop gives you exceptional low weight to very high performance load ratio.
High Load, Low Friction Eye/Ring
Available in 5 sizes. Manufactured in marine grade aluminium and finished in our unique hard 'Spectro' grey anodising. These lightweight High Load Low Friction Eye/Ring are suitable for a variety of uses on board, from lazy jacks, barber haulers, mast base tidies to stanchion lead eyes. The smallest size can be attached using a 3mm line with a bullseye diameter of 6mm. The largest size can be attached using a 16mm line with a bullseye diameter of 28mm.