Harrington HSC Grade 100 Sling Chain Introduced

Press Release
Friday, February 15, 2013
HSC Grade 100 Sling Chain

Harrington Hoists, Inc., recently released super strong, Grade 100 Sling Chain which is used to make chain slings when appropriate sling fittings are attached.

 

Typical applications requiring sling chain are those involving the lifting of heavy loads or repetitive lifting situations in construction, foundries, steel mills, and  heavy machining processes.  

Harrington Grade 100 Sling Chain is durable, flexible and will tolerate a wide range of  temperatures. It is exceptionally economical due to its long wear life and is easy to inspect, handle and store.  This product is currently offered in three chain diameters of 9/32” (7mm), 3/8” (10mm), and 1/2” (13mm).

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