Cranston Eagle Hooks USCG Approved

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Wednesday, February 19, 2014
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Cranston Eagle received approval from the United States Coast Guard for the certification of its new DPR-506-CBH marine off-load hook under the approval number 160.133/77/0. This new, fall-mounted hook is rated at 5,000 kg safe working load (5 metric tons) and bolsters Cranston Eagle's line of USCG certified off-load hooks to five. With more than twenty off-load marine hook models in its line, Cranston Eagle is known around the world for producing one of the most robust and reliable marine hooks on the market.

The new model DPR-506-CBH fulfills the marine market's long-standing request for a five metric ton USCG certified fall-mounted hook. Cranston Eagle now covers the lifting range between two and five tons in USCG certified hooks as well as numerous other non-USCG certified hooks up to ten metric tons (10,000 kg) in capacity.

The new DPR-506-CBH hook features all stainless steel construction, including duplex stainless steel side plates for unrivaled strength and stainless locking pin and hook part for years of dependable corrosion-free operation. The entire Cranston Eagle line of hooks is known for its robust design and reliable operation in the marine environment. For this reason, they are heavily utilized by US and foreign military vessels and on offshore installations around the world for launching fast response craft and other small vessels while at sea.

Delta "T" Systems is the United States agent for the Cranston Eagle line of marine off-load hooks. In conjunction with its engineering-based sister company, DPSS, Inc., Delta" T" Systems provides sales, service, testing and recertification services for the Finland-based hook manufacturer.

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