Chain slings are robust and versatile slings that have a permanent place in both industry and construction. Relatively insensitive to sharp edges - and with the appropriate equipment, the length can be adjusted - even heavy and asymmetrical loads can be lifted and moved excellently with lifting chains.
We assemble sling chains and chain hangers grade 80, 100, 120 to measure for you.
You decide whether you want to use the confusion-free system with fork head (our standard) or the flexible solution with coupling element and eyelet.
Choose between 1- to 4-leg chain suspensions, with and without shortening options.
In the endless variants are wreath chains and sling chains - either in a modular system or of welded construction - to choose from.
Selection criteria for chain slings
- Determine the weight of the load to be lifted.
- Determine the number of chain legs required depending on the existing attachment points and the load geometry.
- Use the load capacity table to determine the nominal chain thickness, taking into account the angle of inclination.
- Take into account any existing temperature influences.
- Note the reduced load capacity with asymmetry.
- Determine the chain length depending on its necessary usable length.
- Make sure that the suspension links in the crane hook and the end fittings match the attachment points.
- Check the selected components or the slings and components in use for their condition. (according to the applicable regulations e.g. DGUV 100-500)
- When designing your hangers or components, also take into account difficult operating conditions such as shock loads.
- Chain slings and components must not be used above an operating temperature of 400 ° C. However, if your components are accidentally exposed to a temperature of over 400° C, contact the manufacturer immediately to check the components for their further usability.
- In the case of chemical influences such as acids and bases, chain slings of grade 80, 100, 120 must not be used.
Chains by the meter
The range of chains by the meter includes:
- Round link chain EN 818-2 (grade 80)
- Round link chain PAS 1061 (grade 100)
- Round link chain (grade 120)
- tested chains according to DIN 762, DIN 763, DIN 764, DIN 766, DIN 5683, DIN 32891-2, DIN 82056
- untested chains according to DIN 5685 1-3
- Knot chains DIN 5686
- Manure spreader chains DIN 32895
- Patent chains DIN 5279
- Ball chains DIN 5280