Grade 100 Lifting Chain

Item No.: 5040
Grade 100 chain is approximately 25% stronger than grade 80 lifting chain, making it a preferred option for lifting sling components and overhead lifting.
High tensile grade 100 alloy steel.
Recommend using Grade 100 chain with Grade 100 components.
Description Blue E-coating on Grade 100 Chain Grade 100 Sling Components
Description

H-Lift Grade 100 Lifting Chain features:

  • Grade 100 chain is approximately 25% stronger than grade 80 lifting chain, making it a preferred option for lifting sling components and overhead lifting
  • High tensile grade 100 alloy steel.
  • Surface finish: blue painted or blue powder coated.
  • Proof tested at 2.5 times the Working Load Limit.
  • Minimum breaking load is 4 times the WLL (working load limit).
  • We recommend only using Grade 100 chain with Grade 100 components.

 

Item No. Dia. (mm) Pitch (mm) Outside Width (mm) WLL Proof Load Min. Breaking Load Weight Product Code
A B C t kN kN kg/m
G10S0618 6 18 22.2 1.4 35.3 56.5 0.8 504010618
G10S0824 8 24 29.6 2.5 62.8 101 1.4 504010824
G10S1030 10 30 37.0 4 98.1 157 2.2 504011030
G10S1339 13 39 48.1 6.7 166 265 3.8 504011339
G10S1648 16 48 59.2 10 251 402 5.7 504011648
G10S1854 18 54 66.6 12.5 318 509 7.3 504011854
G10S2060 20 60 74.0 16 393 628 9 504012060
G10S2266 22 66 81.4 19 475 760 10.9 504012266
Blue E-coating on Grade 100 Chain

Blue E-coating (electrophoretic coating) on Grade 100 chain is a type of corrosion-resistant finish applied to the chain's surface. It provides several advantages, including enhanced protection against rust and corrosion, improved aesthetics, and increased durability. Here are some key points about blue E-coating on Grade 100 chains:

  • Corrosion Resistance: Blue E-coating creates a protective layer on the chain's surface, making it highly resistant to corrosion. This is particularly important for chains used in outdoor or harsh environments where exposure to moisture and corrosive substances is a concern.
  • Aesthetics: The blue E-coating not only serves a functional purpose but also provides an attractive finish to the chain. This can be beneficial in applications where appearance matters.
  • Durability: The E-coating process involves applying a uniform and consistent layer of coating, ensuring that the chain is thoroughly protected. This can extend the chain's service life and reduce the need for frequent replacement.
  • Color Coding: The blue color of the E-coating can serve as a visual indicator, making it easier to identify Grade 100 chains in a workspace or when performing inspections. Color coding can help ensure that the correct chain is used for specific applications.
  • Application: Chains with blue E-coating are commonly used in heavy-duty lifting and rigging applications, especially in industries like construction, mining, and offshore operations where corrosion resistance and strength are critical.
  • Maintenance: While E-coating provides excellent corrosion resistance, it's still essential to perform regular inspections and maintenance on Grade 100 chains, especially if they are exposed to harsh conditions or subjected to heavy loads.

When selecting Grade 100 chains with blue E-coating, it's important to verify that the coating meets industry standards and specifications. Additionally, always follow the manufacturer's guidelines for proper usage, maintenance, and inspection to ensure the safety and reliability of the chain in your specific application.

Below is a picture of lifting chain with blue e-coating and black e-coating for your reference.

electrophoretic coating on lifting chain, H-Lift China

Grade 100 Sling Components

Grade 100 sling components are high-strength lifting and rigging components designed for heavy-duty lifting applications. These components are typically used in combination to create robust and reliable lifting slings. Grade 100 refers to the material strength and load-bearing capacity of these components. Here are some common Grade 100 sling components:

  • Grade 100 Chain: Grade 100 chains are the primary load-bearing element in many lifting slings. They are designed to have a working load limit (WLL) that is 25% of their minimum break strength (MBS), making them suitable for lifting heavy loads.
  • Master Links: Grade 100 master links are used to connect chains and other components within the sling assembly. They are often the central attachment point for the load.
  • Hooks: Grade 100 hooks are essential for connecting the sling to the load or anchor point. They come in various styles, including clevis hooks, grab hooks, and eye hooks, to suit different applications.
  • Chain Slings: Chain slings are assemblies made from Grade 100 chain, master links, and hooks. They come in different configurations, such as single-leg, double-leg, and multiple-leg slings, depending on the lifting requirements.
  • Shortening Clutches: Shortening clutches are used to adjust the length of chain slings, allowing for better load positioning and balance.
  • Connecting Links: Grade 100 connecting links are used to connect different sling components or to create adjustable sling configurations.
  • Sling Tags: These tags provide important information about the sling's specifications, including its working load limit, material grade, and inspection guidelines.
  • Load Binders: Grade 100 load binders are used to secure and tension chains for load restraint applications, such as securing cargo on trucks and trailers.
  • Chain and Hook Accessories: Accessories like chain protectors, latch kits, and safety pins are used to enhance the safety and usability of Grade 100 chains and hooks.


Grade 100 sling components are known for their exceptional strength and durability. When using them in lifting applications, it's crucial to follow safety guidelines, perform regular inspections, and adhere to industry standards. Proper maintenance and usage are essential to ensure the safety and reliability of the lifting sling and to prevent accidents or injuries during lifting operations.

G10 Sling Components, H-Lift China

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