Heavy Duty Snatch Block
A heavy-duty snatch block is a specialized pulley system used in various industries, such as off-roading, towing, and rigging. It is designed to provide mechanical advantage and change the direction of a load while reducing the force required to move it.
Regular Swivel
A regular swivel refers to a type of rotating mechanism that allows an object to rotate freely around a fixed point or axis. Swivels are commonly used in various applications, including chairs, stools, cranes, fishing reels, and many other devices.

A regular swivel typically consists of two main components: a stationary base or mount and a rotating component. The rotating component is attached to the base through a pivot point, allowing it to rotate horizontally or vertically. This pivot point is often a ball bearing or a similar mechanism that enables smooth and effortless rotation.
Tube Thimble
The tube thimbles are heavy duty and usable for wire rope and synthetic rope, the tube thimbles can be supplied in self colour, electric galvanized, hot dip galvanized or painted.
Tube thimbles are much stronger than standard thimbles and offer much better protection for the eye of rope. The added gusset makes this tube thimble even stronger and prevents the eye from crushing under load.
Tube thimble with welded gusset and stainless steel tube thimble available upon request.
Pulley Block
A snatch block, also known as a pulley block, is a device used in rigging and lifting operations. It consists of a grooved wheel or sheave that can rotate freely within a frame or housing. The snatch block is designed to change the direction of a rope or cable, allowing for increased mechanical advantage when lifting heavy loads.
Carabiner Hook
A snap hook, also known as a carabiner or a snap link, is a metal fastening device with a spring-loaded gate that allows for quick and easy attachment and detachment. Snap hooks are commonly used in a variety of applications, including outdoor activities, sports, rigging, and safety equipment.
Rigging Hardware and Commercial Chain
Rigging hardware refers to a wide range of components used in lifting and rigging operations. These components are designed to connect, secure, and control loads.
Commercial chains are durable and robust chains commonly used in industrial applications for lifting, towing, and securing loads. They come in various grades, sizes, and configurations to accommodate different load capacities and working conditions.
Grade 100 Master Link with Integrated Shortening Hooks
H-Lift Grade 100 Master Link with Integrated Shortening Hooks for 2 legs, MLD type features:
Fully integrated eye grab hooks and master link.
The hooks functions as both connecting links and shorteners.
Speedy assembly.
Standard: EN 1677
Flat Webbing Sling to AS 1353 standard
The AS 1353 standard refers to the Australian Standard for flat webbing slings. It specifies the requirements and guidelines for the design, construction, testing, and safe use of flat webbing slings in lifting operations. The standard ensures that the slings are manufactured and used in a manner that promotes safety and reliability.

Flat webbing slings to the AS 1353 standard are typically made from high-strength polyester webbing material. These slings are used for lifting various types of loads and offer several advantages, including high flexibility, lightweight design, and resistance to abrasion and UV degradation.
Grade 80 Swivel Hook with Safety Latch
The swivel hook is designed to rotate 360 degrees, allowing for flexibility and ease of use during lifting operations. This rotation helps to reduce stress on the sling or chain and provides better load alignment. The swivel action also allows for easy attachment and detachment of loads.
1t Duplex Webbing Sling
A 1-ton duplex webbing sling is a type of lifting sling used for lifting heavy loads. It is made from high-strength polyester webbing material and has a lifting capacity of 1 ton (1,000 kilograms) or 2,200 pounds.

The term "duplex" refers to the sling's design, which features two layers of webbing stitched together to enhance its strength and durability. This construction provides added security and reliability during lifting operations.
Magnetic Lifter
A magnetic lifter, also known as a magnetic lifting device or magnetic crane, is a specialized lifting tool that uses the power of magnets to lift and move ferromagnetic materials. It is commonly used in industrial settings where heavy loads need to be lifted, such as steel mills, scrap yards, warehouses, or construction sites.
50mm Cargo Lashing System
A 50mm cargo lashing system typically refers to a type of securing and restraining system used to secure cargo or goods during transportation. It consists of various components designed to prevent the movement, shifting, or damage of cargo during transit.

The term "50mm" refers to the width of the webbing or strap used in the lashing system. This width is commonly used in cargo securing applications and provides a balance between strength and flexibility. The webbing is usually made from high-strength materials such as polyester or nylon, which offer excellent durability and resistance to abrasion.
Grade 80 Swivel Lifting Point
A grade 80 swivel lifting point is a type of lifting equipment designed to attach to a load and provide a secure point for lifting.
The swivel feature of this lifting point allows the load to rotate freely during lifting, which can be useful in certain applications where the load needs to be maneuvered. Additionally, the swivel action helps to reduce stress on the lifting equipment and the load itself.
Grade 100 Chain Sling
A grade 100 chain sling refers to a type of lifting sling made from grade 100 alloy steel chain links. Grade 100 is a higher strength rating compared to grade 80, making it even more robust and suitable for demanding lifting applications.

Grade 100 chain slings offer several advantages, including increased lifting capacities and improved resistance to wear, fatigue, and impact. These slings are commonly used in heavy-duty industries such as construction, manufacturing, and transportation, where there is a need for reliable and high-strength lifting equipment.
Grade 80 Weld on Hook
The term "weld-on" indicates that the hook is designed to be welded directly onto a suitable structure or component. This type of hook does not have an integrated mounting mechanism and relies on welding for secure attachment.
Polyester Endless type Round Sling
A polyester endless type round sling is a type of lifting sling used for lifting and transporting heavy loads. It is made from high-strength polyester fibers that are woven together to form a continuous loop without any seams or joints. This design allows for increased strength, durability, and flexibility.
Cable Seals
A cable seal is a type of security seal used to secure and protect various types of cables, such as electrical cables, fiber optic cables, or data cables. It is designed to prevent unauthorized access, tampering, or theft of the cables or their contents.

Cable seals typically consist of a metal locking mechanism and a durable cable or wire. The locking mechanism is usually made of high-strength materials such as steel or aluminum and incorporates a mechanism that securely fastens the cable. The cable or wire is threaded through the item to be sealed and then inserted into the locking mechanism. Once in place, the cable is tightened and locked, making it difficult to remove without causing visible damage or tampering evidence.
Aluminium Ferrule EN 13411-3
The term "Aluminium Ferrule EN 13411-3" refers to a specific type of aluminum ferrule that conforms to the requirements outlined in the European standard EN 13411-3. This standard provides specifications for ferrules, or sleeves, used in the termination of steel wire ropes.

EN 13411-3 sets forth the technical requirements and testing procedures for ferrules made of aluminum or aluminum alloy used in wire rope terminations. The standard covers various aspects, including dimensions, material properties, tolerances, marking, and testing methods.
Wire Rope Clips
A wire rope clip, also known as a wire rope clamp or cable clamp, is a device used to secure the ends of a wire rope together or create an eye or loop in the rope. It is commonly used in lifting, rigging, and other applications where wire ropes are used.

A wire rope clip typically consists of a U-shaped bolt, a saddle, and two nuts. The U-shaped bolt has threads on one end and a curved portion in the middle. The saddle is a curved metal piece that fits around the wire rope. The nuts are used to secure the saddle and U-bolt together, creating a tight grip on the wire rope.
Wire Rope Thimble
A wire rope thimble is a device used in conjunction with wire ropes to protect and reinforce the rope's eye or loop. It is typically made of metal, such as stainless steel, and is designed to prevent the rope from being crushed or damaged when it is bent into a loop or attached to a fitting.
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