Custom Lifting Chain

Custom Lifting Chain

Lifting chains are available in a range of sizes and styles to suit different types of loads and applications. Some lifting chains are designed for use with specific types of loads, such as heavy machinery or loose materials, while others are more versatile and can be used with a wide range of loads. It is important to choose the appropriate size and type of lifting chain for the specific load and application, as the chain must be strong enough to support the load without breaking or deforming.

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Shandong Lisheng Machinery Co., Ltd. is a new generation enterprise dedicated to the hardware industry. It is located in Jining City, Shandong Province, the hometown of Confucius and Mencius. The company is a professional hardware supporting enterprise integrating design, research and development, production and sales. The main products are chains, wire ropes and their accessories: shackles, turn buckles, clips, rings, snap hooks and other forgings and castings, and accept drawings and samples for processing.

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Working Load Limit (WLL) of Chain

The safety measure was identifying which types of chain are appropriate and strong enough for overhead lifting. Anytime we move or lift a load it is dangerous. Moving a load along the ground has the advantage that the ground is supporting the load. We have to overcome the coefficient of friction to move the load. The chain’s working load limit does not have to match the weight of the load. It needs to be able to handle the tension applied, which is based on the surface that it is being moved over plus some fraction of the weight of the load. This can be calculated using formulas.

If we lift that same load off the ground, we now have to overcome gravity. The chain’s working load limit will have to be of sufficient strength to support the weight of the load plus any additional forces imposed by angles and hitch type(s) used.

Importance of Proper Lifting Chain Usage

Proper usage of lifting chains is crucial to ensure safe lifting operations and prevent accidents or equipment failure. It is important to select the appropriate lifting chain based on load requirements, working load limits, and industry standards. Regular inspection and maintenance of lifting chains are necessary to identify any signs of wear, damage, or deformation that may affect their strength. Proper training and adherence to safety guidelines are essential for operators and riggers working with lifting chains to minimize risks and ensure optimal performance.

Types of Lifting Chains

There are different types of lifting chains available, designed to suit specific load requirements and lifting applications. Grade 80 chains are commonly used for general lifting purposes, offering a good balance between strength and affordability. Grade 100 chains provide higher strength and load-bearing capacity, making them suitable for heavy-duty lifting tasks. Additionally, stainless steel chains are available for applications that require corrosion resistance. The choice of lifting chain depends on factors such as load weight, working conditions, and safety regulations.

About Chain Grades

One of the safety measures implemented was to place chain in Grades based on the ultimate breaking strength of that chain. This number is what we see today G30, G43, G70, G80 & G100 and the common chain grades. The number after each letter is N/mm2. For example, G80 means that the maximum stress on the chain at ultimate strength is 800 newtons per millimeter squared.

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Only alloy steel chain, grade 80 or 100 is to be used for overhead lifting. Alloy steel chain will stretch when over loaded; other types of steel may break without warning. Steel chains slings used for lifting are manufactured specifically for lifting.

The most common reason for damage to chain and chain links stems from improper use, e.g. not complying with the chain's WLL chart. Using a chain incorrectly can cause damage such as cracks, breaks, stretched links or fittings, excessive wear, nicks, gouges and rigid chain links or fittings

Equipment should generally be inspected every three months, or more frequently if subjected to severe conditions.

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