Grade 8 Double Leg Chain Sling
A Grade 8 double leg chain sling is a lifting device used to safely lift and transport heavy loads. It consists of two lengths of chain connected to a master link at the top and two hooks at the bottom, forming a "Y" shape. The chain is made from Grade 80 steel, which has a minimum ultimate tensile strength of 80,000 pounds per square inch (psi).
Ratchet Tie-down Strap AS/NZS 4380
H-Lift Ratchet Tie Down Assembly to AS/NZS 4380:
Ratchet Webbing Tie-Down Assembly is now widely used in the transport industry. Webbing tie-downs are light-weight, easy to handle and easy to use.
Ratchet type Load Binder
A ratchet type load binder is a tool used to secure and tighten heavy loads, such as those transported on flatbed trailers. It is also known as a ratchet chain binder or simply a ratchet binder.

The binder consists of a ratcheting mechanism, a handle, and two hooks that attach to a chain. To use the binder, the hooks are attached to the ends of the chain and the binder is placed over the load. The handle is then used to ratchet the binder, which tightens the chain and secures the load in place.
Safety Screw Cam Clamp with Double Eye Anchor Points
Universal Screw Cam Clamp Double Eyes SCD type is for all-purpose use, such as raising and lowering, lateral (horizontal) pulling and turning-over lifting.
Capacity ranges from 1t to 3.2t.
Easy to move objects which have unknown shapes.
Grade 8 Master Link and Quad Assemblies
Grade 8 master links and quad assemblies are typically used in heavy-duty industrial applications that require high strength and durability. These types of components are commonly used in industries such as construction, mining, and forestry.
Mini Electric Cable Hoist
A mini electric cable hoist is a smaller version of an electric wire rope hoist, designed for lighter lifting applications where smaller loads need to be lifted or moved. Mini electric wire rope hoists are typically compact, portable, and easy to install, making them suitable for use in smaller workspaces or where mobility is required.
Standard Headroom Electric Wire Rope Hoist
An electric wire rope hoist is a type of lifting equipment that uses an electric motor to power a drum or winch, which in turn winds a wire rope to lift and move heavy loads. It is commonly used in various industrial settings for lifting, lowering, and moving heavy objects or loads in a controlled and efficient manner.
Single Sheave Pulley Block
A single sheave snatch block is a type of pulley block or pulley wheel that is designed with a single groove or sheave, typically made of metal or durable plastic. It is used in various applications to change the direction of a rope or wire rope, creating a mechanical advantage by reducing the amount of force required to move a load.
Wire Rope Wedge Socket
A cable wedge socket, also known as a wire rope wedge socket or simply a wedge socket, is a type of mechanical fitting used to create a secure and reliable connection between a wire rope and an attachment point. It is commonly used in various applications where wire ropes need to be terminated or anchored, such as in lifting, rigging, towing, and mooring operations.
Concrete Lifting Anchor
A precast concrete lifting clutch, also known as a concrete lifting anchor or a concrete lifting clutch assembly, is a specialized lifting device used for lifting and handling precast concrete elements, such as concrete panels, beams, and slabs, during construction or transportation. Precast concrete elements are typically manufactured offsite in a controlled environment and then transported to the construction site for installation. Precast concrete lifting clutches are designed to securely attach to the precast concrete elements and provide a reliable and safe lifting point for hoisting and positioning them.
Steel Wire Rope Cable Sling
A wire rope sling is a type of lifting sling that is made from wire rope, which consists of multiple strands of wire twisted together to form a flexible and durable lifting component. Wire rope slings are commonly used in various lifting and rigging applications, such as in construction, manufacturing, shipping, and offshore operations.

Wire rope slings typically consist of an eye or loop at each end, which can be used to attach the sling to a lifting hook, shackle, or other lifting equipment. The ends of the wire rope are typically secured with ferrules or other types of wire rope terminations to provide a safe and reliable connection.
Wire Rope Thimble EN 13411-1
EN 13411-1 is a European standard that specifies the requirements for wire rope thimbles. Wire rope thimbles are commonly used in lifting and rigging applications to protect wire ropes from wear and damage caused by friction and bending. They are typically made of metal, such as stainless steel or galvanized steel, and are used to form a loop or eye in a wire rope.
Commercial Type Turnbuckle
A commercial type turnbuckle is a mechanical device used to adjust the tension or length of a cable or rod in a commercial or industrial setting. It typically consists of two threaded eye bolts or hooks on either end, connected by a metal body with internal threads. The body of the turnbuckle usually has a hexagonal shape, allowing for easy gripping and rotation with a wrench or other appropriate tool.

Commercial type turnbuckles are commonly used in a wide range of applications, such as in construction, rigging, marine, and automotive industries, as well as for various outdoor or indoor installations. They are designed to provide a reliable means of adjusting the tension or length of cables or rods to achieve the desired level of support, stability, or alignment.
Hydraulic Floor Jack
A hydraulic floor jack is a type of jack used for lifting heavy objects, typically vehicles, off the ground for maintenance or repair work. It is commonly used in automotive applications, such as changing tires, performing brake repairs, or working on the suspension system.

Hydraulic floor jacks work by using hydraulic pressure to lift a load. They consist of a metal frame with a long handle for pumping, a lifting arm with a lifting pad or saddle, and a hydraulic cylinder that contains oil and a piston. When the handle is pumped, it operates a pump plunger that creates pressure in the hydraulic cylinder, which in turn lifts the piston, the lifting arm, and the load.
Jack Stand
A jack stand is a device used to support a vehicle or other heavy object in an elevated position to provide stability and safety during maintenance or repair work. It is typically used in conjunction with a hydraulic or mechanical jack to lift the vehicle off the ground and then placed underneath to provide additional support while the vehicle is raised. Jack stands are commonly used in automotive repair, DIY projects, and other applications where heavy objects need to be lifted and secured to prevent accidents or injuries.
Duplex Flat Webbing Sling EN 1492-1
The EN 1492-1 standard refers to the European standard for duplex webbing slings, which are used for lifting operations. Duplex webbing slings are made from two layers of webbing that are sewn together to create a durable, load-bearing lifting sling. They are commonly used in various industrial, construction, and material handling applications to lift and transport heavy loads.

The EN 1492-1 standard specifies the requirements for the design, manufacture, testing, and safe use of duplex webbing slings. This standard includes guidelines for the materials, construction, and markings of the slings, as well as the minimum safety factor, which is the ratio between the working load limit (WLL) of the sling and the maximum load that the sling is designed to lift. The standard also provides recommendations for the inspection, maintenance, and storage of duplex webbing slings to ensure their safe and reliable use.
Ratchet Lashing Strap
A ratchet lashing strap is a type of tie-down strap that is commonly used to secure heavy or bulky items during transport. It consists of a strap made of durable material such as polyester and a ratchet mechanism that allows for easy tightening and loosening of the strap.

To use a ratchet lashing strap, the strap is first wrapped around the item being secured and passed through the ratchet mechanism. The ratchet is then tightened by cranking a handle, which applies tension to the strap and secures the item in place. To loosen the strap, the ratchet is released by pressing a lever, which allows the strap to be pulled out.
Snap Hook with Eyelet and Screw Gate
A snap hook with screw is a type of hardware that is designed to attach to a surface and provide a secure attachment point for ropes, chains, or cables. It consists of a metal hook with a spring-loaded gate that can be opened to allow attachment to a loop or ring, and a screw that can be tightened to securely lock the snap hook in place.

Snap hooks with screws are commonly used in applications where a quick and easy attachment and detachment is required, such as securing items to a backpack or harness. They are available in a variety of sizes and materials, including stainless steel, zinc-plated steel, and brass, to suit different needs and environments.
Eye Hook with Safety Latch
Eye hooks with safety latch are a general purpose hook for most slinging applications, comes with an added latch for additional safety. Eye type allows easy attachment to lifting apparatus.
C stands for carbon steel, C320 A stands for alloy steel, A320
Grade 70 Transport Chain Fittings AS 4344
Grade 70 transport chain fittings as per AS 4344 refer to the components that are used with Grade 70 chain, a high-strength chain that is commonly used for securing heavy loads during transportation. AS 4344 is the Australian Standard that outlines the requirements for the design, testing, and performance of Grade 70 transport chain and fittings.
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