Grade 8 Master Link and Intermediate Master Link
Grade 8 master links and intermediate master links are components used in lifting and rigging applications, typically made from high-strength alloy steel. These components play a crucial role in creating strong and reliable connections within lifting assemblies, such as chain slings, wire rope slings, and other lifting configurations.
Grade 8 Chain Sling EN 818-4
Grade 80 chain sling is an assembly consisting of chain or chains joined to upper and lower terminals suitable according to the requirements of European Standardard EN 818-4 for attaching loads to the hook of a crane or other lifting machines.
Grade 8 Weld on Hook
This G80 weld-on hook is designed for attachment to mobile lifting equipment to provide a pick point for easy sling attachment and is very popular with excavators.
Grade 8 Clevis Self Locking Hook
H-Lift Grade 80 Clevis Self Locking Hook, CSK type features:
Clevis self locking hooks are the most common style of bottom hook used on chain slings. The hook design ensure the hook will close when loaded and thus the load is captured in the hook and is not able to release should the load line become slack or into contact with another object.
G80 clevis self locking hook will not open when under load as the latch closes automatically.
Grade 8 Web Sling Connector
H-Lift Grade 8 Web Sling Connector, WSC type features:
Designed with an extra wide body to connect webbing sling or round sling to grade 80 chain components.
Quenched & tempered.
100% Magnaflux Crack Detection.
Standard: EN 1677
Material: forged alloy steel
Proof load: 2.5 times the Working Load Limit
Safety factor: 4:1
Surface finish: powder coated.
Multi-leg Sling Assembly
A multi-leg sling assembly, often referred to as a multi-leg sling or multi-leg bridle, is a lifting sling configuration consisting of multiple individual sling legs connected to a single attachment point. This type of configuration is commonly used in lifting operations where the load's shape, weight distribution, or other factors require the use of multiple attachment points to ensure stability, even weight distribution, and safe lifting.
Chain Sling with Clevis Self Locking Hook
A chain sling is a flexible and durable lifting assembly made up of interconnected links of metal chain. It is used to lift, hoist, or move heavy loads in various industrial settings. Chain slings are available in different configurations, such as single-leg, double-leg, three-leg, and four-leg slings,depending on the lifting requirements.

A clevis self-locking hook is a specialized type of hook designed for secure and safe lifting operations. It has a clevis (a U-shaped connector) on one end, which allows it to be attached to the chain sling, and a latch mechanism on the other end that can be closed and locked to prevent the load from accidentally disengaging. The self-locking feature ensures that the hook remains securely attached to the load during lifting and movement.
Closed Body Rigging Screw
A closed body rigging screw, also known as a turnbuckle, is a mechanical device used to adjust the tension or length of a cable, wire, rope, or rod in applications such as rigging, construction, maritime, and various other industries. It consists of two threaded eye bolts, each with a right-hand or left-hand thread, which are connected by a central body. The body can be turned, effectively changing the distance between the two eye bolts and thus adjusting the tension in the connected material.
Safety Pin Bow Shackle
A safety pin bow shackle, also known simply as a safety pin shackle or bolt shackle, is a type of shackle commonly used in rigging and lifting applications. It is designed with a more secure locking mechanism compared to screw pin shackles. The safety pin bow shackle is used to connect various components of lifting or rigging equipment and is known for its safety features.
Screw Pin Bow Shackles
A screw pin bow shackle is a type of fastening device used in rigging and lifting applications. It's designed to connect various components of lifting or rigging equipment together securely. Shackle types can vary based on their design and features, and a screw pin anchor shackle specifically has a removable screw pin or bolt that is used to secure the two ends of the shackle.
Hand Puller
A hand puller, also known as a manual puller or hand-operated come-along, is a mechanical device designed to lift, pull, or secure heavy loads using manual effort. It operates by employing a ratcheting or lever mechanism to create force, allowing users to move or lift objects that would be difficult or impossible to do manually.
Hand Winch
A hand winch is a mechanical device used for lifting or pulling heavy loads using manual effort. It consists of a drum or spool onto which a rope or webing is wound, and a crank or handle that is turned by hand to create the necessary force to lift or pull the load. Hand winches are commonly used in various applications, such as pulling vehicles onto trailers, lifting small boats onto docks, raising loads in construction, and other tasks that require controlled manual force for movement.
Vehicle Lashing System
A car lashing system, also known as a vehicle lashing system or car tie-down system, is a set of equipment and devices designed to secure vehicles on various transportation platforms, such as trailers, trucks, flatbeds, or ships. The primary purpose of the lashing system is to prevent vehicles from moving, shifting, or becoming damaged during transit.
Lashing Chain with C Hook and D Ring with Wrap
A lashing chain with a C hook and D-ring typically refers to a specific type of cargo securing equipment used in the transportation and logistics industry. Let me break down the components:

Lashing Chain: A lashing chain is a robust and durable chain designed for securing cargo during transportation. These chains are made of high-strength steel and come in various lengths and weight capacities to accommodate different cargo sizes and weights.
C Hook: The C hook, as the name suggests, has a shape resembling the letter "C." It is a type of hook designed to easily latch onto a specific point on the cargo or the transportation equipment. The C hook is commonly used in conjunction with lashing chains for securing cargo on flatbed trailers, ships, or other types of cargo-carrying vehicles.
Electric Wire Rope Cable Hoist
An electric wire rope hoist is a type of lifting device that utilizes an electric motor to raise and lower heavy loads using a wire rope. It is commonly used in various industrial applications, construction sites, warehouses, and manufacturing facilities to handle materials and perform lifting tasks efficiently and safely.
Horizontal Plate Clamp
A horizontal lifting clamp, also known as a horizontal plate clamp or a plate lifting clamp, is a specialized lifting tool used to lift and handle heavy, flat, and horizontal loads such as steel plates, sheets, and other similar materials. These clamps are commonly used in industrial settings, construction sites, and warehouses where heavy materials need to be moved or positioned horizontally.
Hand Chain Block
A hand chain block, also known as a manual chain hoist or hand chain hoist, is a type of mechanical device used for lifting and lowering heavy loads. It is a simple and portable tool commonly found in industrial, construction, and maintenance settings. The hand chain block is a manual alternative to electric or hydraulic hoists, relying on human power to operate.
Synthetic Web Sling
A synthetic web sling, also known as a synthetic webbing sling or simply a web sling, is a lifting device made from synthetic materials such as polyester, nylon, or polypropylene. It is commonly used in material handling and lifting applications to lift and move various types of loads.
100% PES Round Sling
A 100% PES (Polyester) Round Sling is a type of lifting sling made entirely from polyester fibers. It is a flexible and durable lifting device used to handle heavy loads in various industries, including construction, manufacturing, and material handling.
Synthetic Flat Webbing Sling ASME B30.9
ASME B30.9 is a safety standard set forth by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) that specifically pertains to "Slings." In this context, slings refer to various devices used to lift and handle loads, including Synthetic Flat Webbing Slings.

A Synthetic Flat Webbing Sling is a type of lifting sling made from a durable synthetic material, typically polyester, nylon, or polypropylene. It is designed to be lightweight, flexible, and easy to handle while offering high strength and load-bearing capacity. Synthetic webbing slings are commonly used in a variety of industries for lifting and moving various types of loads, such as machinery, equipment, and construction materials.
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