Welded Chain Sling



Alloy Chain Slings have the advantage of being durable, extremely flexible and its length can be made adjustable.  These slings employing alloy chain are resistant against a load's sharp edges that can be abrading to other softer sling materials. Alloy chain slings are the most durable type of sling and is easily repaired in the event of damage.  Alloy chain slings are ideal for harsh environments.  An alloy chain sling will tolerate a wide range of temperature; however, compared to other types of slings, it is relatively expensive and, depending upon the grade of alloy chain used, relatively heavy.

Lift Arts make alloy chain slings are available in single, double, triple, quad, and Endless configurations.  We offer a wide variety of bottom fitting options for welded alloy chain slings like Eye Hook, Clevis Hook, Eye Self Locking hook, Oblong Link, Shackles etc. we are manufacturing these welded chain slings in accordance with IS:2760-1980 standard.


RATING

Single Branch Slings

Single branch slings shall have a working load limit equal to that of the Chain used in construction


Multi-Branch Slings

Multi-branch slings shall be rated at a uniform working load limit for any angle between branches of 0-90° (0-45° to the vertical) or additionally at a uniform working load limit for any angle between branches of 90-120° (45-60° to the vertical).


Uniform Load Method

A) Double branch slings:
For all angles between branches from 0-90° (0-45° to the vertical).

WLL= 1.4 X WLL of a single branch made of similar chain.

When additionally marked for a angle between branches of 90-120° (45-60° to the vertical)

WLL= 1 X WLL of a single branch made of similar chain

B) Three & Four branch slings:
For all angles between branches from 0-90° (0-45° to the vertical)

WLL= 2.1 X WLL of a single branch made of similar chain.

When additionally marked for a angle between branches of 90-120° (45-60° to the vertical).

WLL= 1.5 X WLL of a single branch made of similar chain.

Note:- in case 3 branch sling the angle between branches shall be taken as twice the angle to the vertical and in 4 branch slings the angle between branches shall be that between diagonally opposite branches