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When it comes to choosing the right type of sling material for moving heavy loads in harsh conditions the most obvious choice is to use a chain sling. The extreme durability and strength of the metal alloy material used to make the chain gives you a product that you can count on over the long run. Chain slings are not only extremely durable but they are also quite flexible, allowing you to easily rig up any shape material quickly and safely. The grade 80 and grade 100 chain slings that we have available are all OSHA approved for lifting overhead loads, within the stated load limits. While the grade 100 slings offer increased strength when compared to the grade 80 material, many companies choose to label these as grade 80. By doing so this increases the job site safety, as users will adhere to the lower limits which are applicable to the grade 80 chain slings.
The numerous advantages offered by chain slings make them the obvious choice for rigging work in rugged conditions. They are the most cost effective type of sling that can be used in harsh environments and the rugged material resists wear that is found on other materials when working with abrasive materials. All of the chain slings we carry are available in single, double, triple, and quad leg configurations with reach lengths between 5' and 10'. We can also custom fabricate just about any length or configuration that you need. The grade 100 slings are available in link sizes ranging from 9/32" up to 7/8", with the grade 80 slings available in sizes of 9/32" to 1". In a single leg sling configuration the grade 80 1" material has a maximum vertical load of 47,700 lbs. The maximum size 7/8" grade 100 material has a maximum vertical load of 42,700lbs when used in a single leg configuration.
Our chain slings offer you the highest quality and ultimate durability, while still being offered at a competitive price. All of our chain slings can be custom fabricated to meet whatever rigging needs you may encounter. Another great benefit of using chain slings is that parts are replaceable and repairable so you do not have to discard the whole thing when on part wears out. This is just one of the many factors that make these a great choice when purchasing new slings for rigging.