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The chains displayed on the roller chain size chart as well as our other roller chain sizes are also available in stainless steel, plastic materials, nickel plated, coated, zinc plated, lube-free, among other option directly from stock and upon request.WELDED […]

lifting chain sizes

The chains displayed on the roller chain size chart as well as our other roller chain sizes are also available in stainless steel, plastic materials, nickel plated, coated, zinc plated, lube-free, among other option directly from stock and upon request.

WELDED STEEL CHAIN SPECIFICATIONS

manufacturer for recommendations as to size and grade. Grade 100 Alloy Chain Premium quality, highest strength alloy chain, heat treated, used in a variety of sling and tie down applications. For overhead lifting applications, only Alloy Chain should be used. Grade 80 Alloy Chain Premium quality, high strength alloy chain, heat treated, used in

Chain slings and lifting slings are ideal for applications when extra strength and durability is required. Not only are chain slings more durable, temperature tolerant, and cut resistant than nylon web slings or polyester round slings, there are also options for chain rigging slings to be adjustable and customized.

Overhead lifting chain is available in grade 50, grade 80, and grade 100 options. Standard sizes such as 9/32 inch, 3/8 inch or 1/2 inch and special sizes such as 5/8 inch and 5/16 inch are available. Chain is available in bulk half drum and full drum sizes and in pre-cut lengths of 10 feet and 20 feet.

Sizes of Roller Chains. As you can see above in the roller chain size charts, there is a wide range of sizes that are available in this versatile chain. Single and multiple-strand roller chains are available, with different weight and tensile strength ratings based on the manufacturing requirements for their particular use.

Grade is intended to indicate the strength and tolerance of welded steel chains. Grades 100, 80, 70, 43, and 30 are specified by the National Association of Chain Manufacturers (NACM). Other grades are determined by manufacturers.

Roller Chain Size Chart With Dimensions

The chains displayed on the roller chain size chart as well as our other roller chain sizes are also available in stainless steel, plastic materials, nickel plated, coated, zinc plated, lube-free, among other option directly from stock and upon request.

manufacturer for recommendations as to size and grade. Grade 100 Alloy Chain Premium quality, highest strength alloy chain, heat treated, used in a variety of sling and tie down applications. For overhead lifting applications, only Alloy Chain should be used. Grade 80 Alloy Chain Premium quality, high strength alloy chain, heat treated, used in

Chain slings and lifting slings are ideal for applications when extra strength and durability is required. Not only are chain slings more durable, temperature tolerant, and cut resistant than nylon web slings or polyester round slings, there are also options for chain rigging slings to be adjustable and customized.

Overhead lifting chain is available in grade 50, grade 80, and grade 100 options. Standard sizes such as 9/32 inch, 3/8 inch or 1/2 inch and special sizes such as 5/8 inch and 5/16 inch are available. Chain is available in bulk half drum and full drum sizes and in pre-cut lengths of 10 feet and 20 feet.

Sizes of Roller Chains. As you can see above in the roller chain size charts, there is a wide range of sizes that are available in this versatile chain. Single and multiple-strand roller chains are available, with different weight and tensile strength ratings based on the manufacturing requirements for their particular use.

Chains – Double-Loop and Jack Chains – Grainger Industrial Supply

Grade is intended to indicate the strength and tolerance of welded steel chains. Grades 100, 80, 70, 43, and 30 are specified by the National Association of Chain Manufacturers (NACM). Other grades are determined by manufacturers.