G70 transport chain kits give the benefits of cleanliness, lightweight, strength and reliability therefore making it ideal for tie-down applications for the transport and shipping industries.
8mm chain x 9m length with a lashing capacity of 3.8t10mm chain x 9m length with a lashing capacity of 6t
H-Lift G70 transport chain is made from high tensile grade 70 steel and electroplated with a gold passivated finish to ensure resistance to oxidation and rust, extending the file of the product. Specifically designed and tested for low-stretch characteristics and durability, to suit the rigorous requirements of the transport and shipping industries.Chain Kits range from 8 to 13mm and are supplied with lug link, grab hook or slip hook.
The G70 transport chain and fittings are commonly used for various lifting and securing applications in the transportation industry. The chain and fittings meet the requirements of the AS/NZS 4344 standard, which specifies the performance and safety criteria for chain slings and their components used for lifting purposes in Australia and New Zealand.
The G70 transport chain is a high-strength, heat-treated alloy steel chain with a gold chromate finish. It is designed to have a higher strength-to-weight ratio compared to conventional chains, making it ideal for heavy-duty applications. The chain is typically marked with "G70" to indicate its grade.
The fittings used with the G70 transport chain, such as hooks, links, and connectors, also comply with the AS/NZS 4344 standard. These fittings are manufactured to match the strength and performance characteristics of the G70 chain. They are usually designed with safety features like latch mechanisms to prevent accidental detachment.
When using the G70 transport chain and fittings, it is important to follow the guidelines provided by the AS/NZS 4344 standard, including proper inspection, maintenance, and safe working load limits. Additionally, it's essential to ensure that the chain and fittings are compatible with the lifting equipment and application requirements.
Please note that while I strive to provide accurate and up-to-date information, standards and specifications may change over time. It's always recommended to refer to the latest version of the AS/NZS 4344 standard and consult with industry experts for specific guidance on the G70 transport chain and fittings.