Item # SP5790

Steel Eye-Bolt Ceiling Suspension Kit

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Product Description

Suspend Therapy Swings from Steel Beams

These components may look small, but they pack a big punch! Designed for frequent institutional use, the Steel Eye-Bolt Set is all you need to suspend a single or double point suspension from any steel I or H beam. For 2-point suspension swings, purchase two kits. 

  • Steel beam suspension for single-point and double-point therapy swings
  • Supports swinging, spinning and rocking to help kids organize and regulate their sensory systems
  • Use on steel I or H beams
  • Holds up to 1,000 lbs. 

Getting Started

Before installing the eye-bolt, confirm the beam can support the weight of the equipment and user. Use with a Two-to-One Swing Converter to use both single and double point suspension swings from a single eye bolt and a Swing Adjustment System to raise and lower your swings conveniently (sold seperately, see accessories). We highly recommend using floor mats and helmets where needed.

Professional installation recommended. Adult use only.

Helps With

Coordination, Sensory Over Responding, Sensory Seeking

Details

Kit includes

  • 1 1/2" x 4" (1.3cm x 10cm) galvanized forged steel eye bolt
  • 1 1/2" (1.3cm) washer
  • 1 1/2" (1.3cm) positive lock nut

This type of eye bolt is recommended for straight line pull only. All of the following wear points should be checked on a monthly basis and recorded on the checklist enclosed. Check eye-bolt for loose nuts or movement. Tighten if necessary. Check eye-bolt for wear at the point where it rubs against the safety snap. If wear exists, it should not exceed 30% of the diameter of the eye bolt. If it does, discontinue use immediately and replace the eye-bolt.

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Always select products for your child’s developmental abilities, which can differ from chronological age. Consult with your pediatrician or therapist for guidance.