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Chain by the Foot - 3/8" Grade 120

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Working Load Limit:10,600 lbs.
Grade:120
Manufacturer:Pewag
Shipping And Returns:This item cannot be returned due to safety risks associated with used materials.
Chain Size:3/8"
Inside Length:1.3"
Inside Width:0.55"
Weight per Foot:1.75
Product Guide:View Spec Sheet

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Grade 120 chain from pewag is 50% stronger than traditional grade 80 chain, but lighter in weight.

The unique square link design results in a larger contact between the bearing surfaces in the link, reducing surface pressure and wear. The updated profile also has up to 38% higher moment of resistance when compared to traditional round link chain. This means the chain can withstand bending forces better, an excellent feature for heavy duty applications. Offers a design factor of 6:1, compared to a 4:1 factor in lower grades of chain.

Finished in a blue powder coat for easy identification and corrosion protection. Embossed with 120 or 12 markings to indicate a Grade 120 alloy. Meets or exceeds the G100 NACM/ASTM-test requirements for lifting chains.

California Residents: WARNING

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Working Load Limit:10,600 lbs.
Grade:120
Manufacturer:Pewag
Shipping And Returns:This item cannot be returned due to safety risks associated with used materials.
Chain Size:3/8"
Inside Length:1.3"
Inside Width:0.55"
Weight per Foot:1.75
Product Guide:View Spec Sheet
Grade 120 chain from pewag is 50% stronger than traditional grade 80 chain, but lighter in weight.

The unique square link design results in a larger contact between the bearing surfaces in the link, reducing surface pressure and wear. The updated profile also has up to 38% higher moment of resistance when compared to traditional round link chain. This means the chain can withstand bending forces better, an excellent feature for heavy duty applications. Offers a design factor of 6:1, compared to a 4:1 factor in lower grades of chain.

Finished in a blue powder coat for easy identification and corrosion protection. Embossed with 120 or 12 markings to indicate a Grade 120 alloy. Meets or exceeds the G100 NACM/ASTM-test requirements for lifting chains.

California Residents: WARNING

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