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Are you planning your next overhead lifting project and need to specify the type of sling and rigging equipment you’ll be using? While it’s important to understand the best type of sling to use, it’s just as important to select the right type rigging hardware that will be connected to that sling. Choosing the right type of lifting hook that can be used will be determined by a number of different factors.
A snatch block is a specific kind of pulley, a simple device that makes it easier to lift or pull a heavy load with less force. It’s sort of a strengthening mechanism. All pulleys use a spool and casing to hold a rope.
How to safe use flat webbing sling?
General information: • OPEN LINK (STUDLESS LINK) • WELDLESS CHAIN • PROOF COIL CHAIN • HIGH TEST • LASHING • COAST GUARD BUOY CHAIN • STAINLESS STEEL • ALLOY • DOCK FENDER CHAIN • STUD LINK • U.S. NAVY • CAST STEEL • GRADES 2, 3, 4 AND 5
Links and rings are a rather basic type of rigging hardware, consisting of just a single metal loop. Maybe you’ve seen a master ring lying around the shop or an oblong link hanging from a crane hook.
Wire rope is a complex mechanical device that has many moving parts all working in tandem to help support and move an object or load.
The traditional snap hook is perhaps the most common type. Snap hooks are equipped with a durable spring that allows for strong, quick attachment to a rope, cable, chain, or other line.
A hook is a tool used to hang goods or equipment and is made of steel. The hook is divided into three parts: the hook handle, the hook back and the hook tip.
Eye bolts have a shank for anchoring to structures or equipment and a ring for attaching rope, hooks, or other hardware.