What size are lifting chains?

What size are lifting chains?

Chain Diameters and Capacities 7mm chain = from 1.5 tonne (1500kg) to 3.1 tonnes (3100kg). 8mm chain = from 2 tonne (2000kg) to 4.2 tonnes (4200kg). 10mm chain = from 3.15 tonne (3150kg) to 6.7 tonnes (6700kg). 13mm chain = from 5.3 tonne (5300kg) to 11.2 tonnes (11200kg).

What size is a 1/2 chain?


Trade Size In Inches Working* Load Limit Lbs. Nominal Inside Width in Inches
1/2 4,500 .81
5/8 6,900 1.00
3/4 9,750 1.12
7/8 11,375 1.37

How much can 80 grade lift?

Grade 80. The first chain on our chain number chart to be made of alloy steel chain, Grade 80 chain is the first suitable chain to be used as a sling for overhead lifting and heavy-duty towing. The unique alloy material makes this chain’s strength incredibly high, carrying a working load limit of 3,500 to 18,100 lbs!

What is the minimum grade of chain required for chain slings?

Steel chain slings are regulated under the MIOSHA Part 49 Slings. Only alloy steel chain, grade 80 or 100 is to be used for overhead lifting.

How do you size a chain link?

Chain Link Sizes: How to Measure Chain Link Sizes

  1. Pitch is measured by finding the distance from the center of one pin to the center of the next pin in line.
  2. Determine your side plate height and thickness by measuring both inside and outside the roller chain to ensure that you’re seeing a good average size.

How long should chains be for bench press?

If your best bench is 250 pounds or less, use one pair of 1/2-inch-link chains; these weigh 23 pounds a set, so you are locking out an extra 11.5 pounds. A 350 or more bencher should use one pair of 5/ 8-inch-link chain.

How do I order chain and rigging chain and rigging?

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What size pins do I need for a 40 70 chain?

661407/16”-1/2” 9/16” 5/8” 3-5/8” 2-3/16” 1-3/4” 11,250 lb 45,000 lb Mid Links Forged carbon steel body. Alloy steel pins. Yellow zinc dichromate plated finish. For use with Grade 30, 40 & 70 chain. A C B D Notice: If pins are difficult to remove after 1/4 turn, it has likely been overloaded, and must be discarded and replaced.

What is a grade 80 transport chain?

Grade 80 Alloy Chain Premium quality, high strength alloy chain, heat treated, used in a variety of sling and tie down applications. For overhead lifting applications, only Alloy Chain should be used. Grade 70 Transport Chain A high quality, high strength carbon steel chain used for load securement.

Do you still carry grade 80 overhead lifting chains?

*To stay with the new regulations, we no longer carry Grade 80 overhead lifting chains.