|Single Leg Chain Slings||Double Leg Chain Slings||3 Leg Chain Slings||4 Leg Chain Slings|
|Basket Slings||Double Basket Slings||Single Adjustable Chain Sling||Double Adjustable Chain Slings|
|Endless Basket Sling||Double Endless Basket Slings||Endless Chain||US Cargo Control|
Lifting Chains, Rigging Chain & Sling Hooks
What grade of sling chain works best?
Only alloy chain slings should be used for overhead lifting chain applications. Grade 80 Chain and Grade 100 Chain are the preferred grade used for all of our chain lifting slings. Alloy grade 80
chain slings offer the strength and durability required of a lifting chain that will be used for the toughest of jobs. This grade of lifting chain also offers the best performance under high temperatures or under other harsh conditions that would
destroy other types of lifting slings. Grade 100 chain is increasing in popularity as many chain sling suppliers are converting to
this stronger, yet lighter grade.
Rigging chains built to your specifications
Your rigging chains need to meet the specifications for your specific application and environment. Every chain rigging sling we offer can be customized to your needs with sling chain configuratiosn that include single-leg, double-leg, triple-leg, quad-leg, basket, and adjustable. You can also choose the exact sling fittings for the ends of your rigging chains including sling hooks, grab hooks, foundry hooks, self-locking hooks, clevis hooks, and oblongs. Custom chain sling assemblies are our specialty.
Why choose lifting chain over other materials?
Lift chain is the most flexible material available for lifting slings. This flexibility means our fabricated chains are the best crane chain slings the industry has to offer that can still be stored in very small places and yet these lift chain assemblies are also the strongest and most durable lifting chains and slings.
Chain Slings are available in many sizes and configurations that use wire diameteres from 9/32"
to 1-1/4" or larger to create custom chain sling assemblies and lifting chains can be made with limitless
Lifting Chain Slings Safety and Testing
Our lifting chain is quenched and tempered before proof
testing for twice the strength of ordinary steel chain. The minimum
elongation is 20% at break test. Our Peer-Alloy Chain meets
or exceeds the latest guidelines of the National Association of Chain
Manufacturers (NACM), ANSI B30.9 standards and OSHA specifications. Our chain lifting slings are all proof-tested to 2x the vertical rating, ISO certified and tagged appropriately.
Sling Chain Pricing
The steel market is a very volatile market for materials and
therefore doesn't allow us to add pricing to all our sling listings like the nylon slings, polyester round slings, or wire rope slings. Call our sales staff and we can provide you with the specification and
pricing for your rigging slings. We can offer fixed pricing for an extended time. Please call toll free at 800-660-3585 and we will be happy to assist you.
Our chain slings are custom made to meet your specifications, therefore all chain slings are non-returnable.
Lifting Chains & Rigging Chain Configurations
Single Leg Chain Sling
A length of chain with fittings on each end used for lifting in a vertical hitch. This sling chain can be combined with unlimited fittings to suit your application.
Double Leg Chain Sling
Two single leg chain slings joined by an oblong at the top. This lifting chain is rated for both legs to be used simultaneously at a 60 degree angle.
3 Leg Chain Sling
Three single leg chain slings joined by a special oblong sub-assembly at the top of the lifting chains. Rated for lifting when legs are at 60 degree angles from the object.
4 Leg Chain Sling
Four single leg chain sling asemblines joined by a sub-assembly at the top of rhte rigging chain. Rated to lift using all 4 legs at 60 degree angles.
This lifting chain is a loop of chain with both ends connected by an oblong at the top. This rigging chain is used to loop under the object to cradle and lift like a "basket".
Double Basket Sling
Two loops of chain with all four sling chain ends connected attached to an oblong. Used to cradle a load with the sling loops spread apart for additional balance.
Single Adjustable Chain Sling
An overhead lifting chain with one single leg sling and an additional shorter leg with a grab hook. This allows you to slide the longer lifting chain's links into the grab hook to shorten the length when needed.
Double Adjustable Chain Sling
This double leg chain sling has two additional shorter legs with grab hooks. Links from the longer sling chain can slide into the grab hooks to adjust the primary lifting chains to the appopriate length for your load.
Endless Basket Sling
An endless loop of chain with an oblong through it allowing that allows the lfting chain to rotate through the oblong freely.
Double Endless Basket Sling
Two endless loops of chain connected at the top of the overhead lifting chain assembly by an oblong. Chain moves freely through the oblong but allows for better load balance across the two legs.
Simply an endless loop of chain used for lifting. No oblong is included.
Slip Sling Hook
A large throat hook used primarily at the ends of wire rope and chain slings. Usually self-locking to avoid disconnect.
Grab Sling Hook
A small throat hook that attached to the chain by sliding over the chain inbetween links. This hook locks into place by 'grabbing' the chain and will not slide along the chain.
An EXTRA large throat hook used in unique situations that require a larger opening to manage loads.
Self-Locking Sling Hook
A self locking sling hook actually pivots in the middle and locks when lifting pressure is applied. This hook cannot be opened while unit is lifted with your overhead lifting chains.
The oblong master link is an oblong shaped ring used at the top of wire rope and chain slings.