We offer a complete selection of Alloy Chain Slings to meet your lifting needs.
When selecting the proper sling for your application, please allow our experienced staff to assist you in choosing the right type.
Alloy chain slings are often the choice for rugged and abusive environments. However, many customers find they work well in light weight and moderate applications. In addition to a wide variety of standard hooks and attachments we offer custom designs to meet your specific requirements.
Steel construction resists abrasion and cutting
Flexible for gripping the contours of the load and ease of storage
Durable metal tag stamped with capacity and serial number
No loss of capacity up to 400 degrees F and can be used at temperatures up to 1000 degrees F (please ask for assistance in determining capacities above 400)
Easily made adjustable in length
Stainless steel is available in some sizes for hotter or corrosive environments
Inspection Criteria for Alloy Chain Slings
Remove the sling from service if any of the following is visible.
Missing or illegible sling identification
Cracks or breaks
Stretched chain links or components
Bent, twisted, or deformed chain links or components
Evidence of heat damage
Excessive pitting or corrosion
Lack of ability of chain or components to hinge (articulate) freely
Opened or bent hooks
Damaged rigging hardware
Other conditions, including visible damage, that cause doubt as to the continued use of the sling
If your alloy chain slings are in need of repair, we will gladly inspect them and offer you an estimate for repair and testing.