Class A Eyebolt Anchors
Eyebolts installed and tested in accordance with BS Code of Practice BS 7985:2002 conforming to BS EN795
Different types of eyebolts (and there are many) are used for various reasons including safety eyebolts, that fix an object to a structure, visual merchandising hooks for shop displays, and many more.
Hutton Compliance installs, tests and certifies the following:
Fush keelock type
visual merchandising hooks
All eyebolts are installed and tested to the recommendations set out in BS Code of Practice BS 7985:2002 conforming to BS EN795. All eyebolts, with the exception of abseil point eyebolts, are required to be compliance tested every 12 months via a pull tester to 6kn for 30 seconds. Abseil point eyebolts are to be tested every 6 months due to the nature of their usage.
What we look for:
Loose/missing fixtures and fittings
Structural damage surrounding eyebolt