H-Lift High Test Chain NACM84/90 (G43)
High test grade 43 chain is used for load binding, towing and logging.
Carbon chain is most commonly used for tie down and container securement purposes and is not recommended for overhead lifting.
This is the lowest chain grade available on the market when it comes to graded welded chain, and is commonly referred to as “proof coil.” Grade 30 is a rather generic type of chain that can be used anywhere from logging, trucking tie downs, or even on playground equipment.
As mentioned above, carbon chain, in general, is commonly used in bundling applications where alloy chain is typically not permitted. In fact, the lower the carbon content in the chain for bundling applications, the better. So, it is not uncommon to see Grade 30 chain as part of sling assemblies used for bundling.
While Grade 43 chain has a slightly higher strength-to-weight ratio in comparison to Grade 30, the two chain grades are often used interchangeably. Grade 43 Chain is commonly referred to as “High-Test Chain,” and is most often used for:
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