Specifications

Specifications

RR-C-271F

Specification

NACM WELDED STEEL CHAIN SPECIFICATIONS

Specification

LUBRICATION STANDARD WITH PHOTO

Lubrication Standard

MIL-DTL83420N

Specification

RR-W-410H

Specification

ASTM A1023

ASTM Specification

FF-C-450E

Specification

Graded Welded Chain and Its Application

PCCA G30 Chains

GRADE 30
General-purpose, low-carbon chain for industrial and agricultural applications, including guard rails, logging and load securement.
Not to be used for overhead lifting

Industrial Chain

GRADE 43
Grade 43 chain is manufactured to meet ASTM and NACM specifications. Typical uses include container securement, logging, towing and marine industry applications, Grade 43 is available in many finishes.
Not to be used for overhead lifting

High Test G43 Chains

GRADE 70
A higher-strength, heat treated carbon steel chain typically used by truckers, loggers and highways crew for load securement, towing, lashing and as a trawler chain. Load ratings of Grade 70 chain are approx. 20% higher than a Grade 43.
Not to be used for overhead lifting

Grade 80 Chain

GRADE 80
A higher-strength, heat-treated alloy steel chain primarily used as a sling component for overhead lifting but can also be used in rigging and tie-dow applications where a lighter weight, higher strength chain is desirable.
Not to be used for overhead lifting

Grade 100 Chain

GRADE 100
Wight approximately 25 % higher strength than Grade 80, Grade 100 chain is used primarily as a sling component for overhead lifting. Grade 100 chain can be used for all the same applications as Grades 30 through 80.
Not to be used for overhead lifting

Chain Distribution

GRADE 120
With approximately 50% higher strength than Grade 80, Grade 100 chain is used primarily as a sling component for overhead lifting. Grade 100 chain can be used for all the same applications as Grades 30 through 100.
Not to be used for overhead lifting