D-rings with clips differ from regular D-rings because they are used more often as an anchoring hardware. You would use a D-ring with a clip on a flat surface, screwing the clip down and then attaching webbing, rope or another device that would secure your items. Metal D-rings with clips would be very useful in stockrooms where you would want to secure items while still allowing for access.
At Strapworks.com, you will discover a selection of D-rings with clips that come in both die cast zinc and stainless steel. Choose from ¾ inch and one inch sizes. Typically, most customers pair the clip D-rings with heavyweight polypropylene or a flat nylon webbing and utilize them as utility straps. However, remember that D-rings aren't welded, so they should only be used as a light duty anchor.
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Strapworks can also powder coat your metal D-rings with clip for a small additional charge. You can choose from 24 stock colors. There is not a minimum order on stock colors. You can also order from over 100 available colors. However, when ordering custom colors there is a minimum of 150 pieces (you can combine different types of metal hardware to meet this requirement).
Please keep in mind that powder coating can delay shipping your order, and that powder coating is only available at Strapworks for our metal hardware.For more information on powder coating and your D-Rings see the powder coating page.
What can you do with a D-ring clip? Well, typically metal D-rings with clips have been used to hang a shelf, hang hardware, as a tie down accessory or for purse and luggage hardware. However, there really isn't a right or wrong use for metal D-rings w/clip, as long as you're being realistic about it! Restrictions are noted below. So, be sure to read those before employing a D-ring with clip for your project.
When using the D-ring with clip, simply place the clip side on the surface you want it to be attached to. Then drill a screw through the hole of the clip, going on until the screw is flush with the clip. Once you've done that you have an anchored piece of hardware to attach things to or add a strap to it. Pretty handy, right?