|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Unit|
|Capacity||4 Ton - 100 Ton|
|Diameter||6 mm to 16 mm|
|Lifting Capacity||4 Ton to 100 Ton|
|Size||1 meter - 30 meters|
|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Pc|
|Pattern||Alloy Steel Chain Sling|
|Capacity||2 T to 100 T|
|Diameter||6 mm to 25 mm|
|Lifting Capacity||2 Ton to 100 Ton|
Chain Slings are one of the most durable and robust types of rigging available. It is not uncommon to inspect chain slings that have been in service up to 40 years.
Industrial lifting slings fabricated from chain offer riggers two important advantages over nylon web slings, polyester round slings and twin-path® slings: wire chain slings are more temperature tolerant, cut resistant and certain options allow chain rigging slings to be adjustable.
Chain is produced in different grades. The larger the lifting chain grade number, the stronger the rigging chain. Grade 30 and 40 chain is sold at many hardware stores and is great for barricading parking lots or defending yourself, but shall NEVER be used for lifting chains. Grade 70 transport chains used by trucking and transportation companies are acceptable for use as tie down chains to tie down loads, but shall NEVER be used for rigging chain lifting slings. The only grades of rigging chain that is acceptable for lifting (not overhead lifting, as you are never on, under, near or next to the load or any rigging that is under tension) are grade 80 lifting chain, grade 100 lifting chain and grade 120 rigging chain. The metal used in Grade 80, 100 and 120 crane rigging slings is designed to stretch and elongate. This is a very important reason for close attention to detail when measuring chain slings during the annual inspection. Up to a few years ago the most common grade of alloy lifting chain used for crane chain slings was grade 80. Recently, most major rigging chain manufacturers are shifting to grade 100 lifting chain, which size for size is stronger and lighter than grade 80 rigging chain.