GRADE 100 ALLOY CHAIN HI-VIZ - USA MADE
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Grade 100 Chain
Lifting Slings
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GRADE 100 ALLOY CHAIN HI-VIZ - USA MADE

For a safer working environment these High Visibility Chains are the way to go! Made in the USA with Grade 100 Alloy Chain their durable and strong design makes them an efficient tool for any lifting or hauling job.

Made from quenched and tempered alloy steel, the chains are Powder Coated in a Hi-Viz color making them ideal for enhanced visibility. These Hi-Viz chains will stand out and offer maximum visibility while lifting, towing, or securing a load.


At Baremotion we offer Hi-Viz chains slings with a variety of rigging hook ends as well as custom made chains. Each chain is Tested and Tagged before shipment.

High visibility grade 100 alloy chains

What is Grade 100 Chain?


Chain grades are a recognizable number that relates to the tensile strength of the chain.  This is an industry standard that manufacturers and professionals use to accurately determine the relative strength and capacity of a chain.
In lifting chain assemblies (chain slings) all components (chain and rigging hardware) must be made of the same grade for the sling to be properly rated.

Grade 100 chain assemblies

Hi-Vis Grade 100 Chains for Heavy Hauling


These high visibility chains are also ideal as tie down chains for load securement. Not only do you get the strength you need to safely tie down your loads, the bright color chain lets DOT or State patrol know with a quick glance you have the correct amount of chains needed for your haul.

Grade 100 chains for lifting and heavy hauling tie-down applications


For more information check out the Cargo Securement Rules at the
Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA).


For product availability and information follow this link:
https://www.baremotion.com/collections/chain-slings
 

Safety First


When choosing the right chain sling, make sure to know the total weight and how you plan to connect it to the load being lifted.
Never exceed the working load limit - Always know your hook load.


  • Rig your hooks correctly - If there is a latch, make sure it is properly closed and locked.

  • Distribute loads evenly - Avoid Jerk movements & Sudden stops.
  • Inspect your Chains & Hooks - Never use distorted or bent hooks.

  • When using slings avoid jerk movements. Sudden stops.

  • Chain slings and their components should only be used by trained professionals per OSHA, Government, NACM and ASTM specification requirements.

At Baremotion, we have partnered up with major rigging houses in the industry allowing us to provide our customers with top quality product.
For custom made assemblies email us for a quote: Sales@Baremotion.com
 
All gear should be thoroughly inspected before each and every use. Worn or unsafe rigging and safety gear should never be used. Inspect all rigging hardware, chains, slings, regularly and to keep a record of all inspections. Products should be used by professionals only and should be used in strict accordance with all industry and OSHA standards.