Grade 80 Clevis Forest Hook CFK type

Item No.: 502018
H-Lift Grade 80 Clevis Forest Hook, CFK type features:
Allows an easy mounting and unhooking of the chain.
Clevis Forest Hooks are designed for reeving applications with a narrow throat opening to prevent chain being accidentally dislodged in use.
Description What is a Clevis Forest Hook ?
Description

H-Lift Grade 80 Clevis Forest Hook, CFK type
A clevis forest hook, also known as a logging clevis or logging hook, is a specialized piece of equipment used in the forestry and logging industry. It is designed to be used in conjunction with choker cables and other logging equipment for securing and handling logs, particularly in the process of skidding or hauling them.

  • Allows an easy mounting and unhooking of the chain.
  • Designed with a narrow throat opening to prevent the chain from slipping out.
  • 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

Grade 80 Clevis Forest Hook  

Item No. Chain Size WLL Main Dimensions(mm) Weight Product Code
mm ton B A E L kg
8-CFK-06 6 1.12 31 8 8.5 83 0.286 502018006
8-CFK-08 7+8 2 35 9.5 9.8 95.5 0.413 502018008
8-CFK-10 10 3.15 44 13 13 137 0.92 502018010
8-CFK-13 13 5.3 53 16 16 165 1.75 502018013
What is a Clevis Forest Hook ?

A clevis forest hook, also known as a logging clevis or logging hook, is a specialized piece of equipment used in the forestry and logging industry. It is designed to be used in conjunction with choker cables and other logging equipment for securing and handling logs, particularly in the process of skidding or hauling them.

A clevis forest hook typically has the following features:

  • Clevis End: One end of the hook is equipped with a clevis, which is a U-shaped metal bracket with a pin that can be used to attach it to various forestry equipment or rigging components.
  • Hook End: The other end of the hook features a curved or pointed hook that is used to grab onto the log or other objects being moved. This hook is designed to provide a secure and reliable attachment point.


These hooks are designed to be strong and durable, capable of withstanding the heavy loads and rough conditions encountered in the logging industry. They are an essential tool for safely and efficiently handling logs during various forestry operations.


It's important to follow proper safety procedures and guidelines when using clevis forest hooks and other logging equipment to ensure the well-being of workers and the successful completion of logging tasks.

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