Our easy to use calculator is designed to assist rigging engineers in determining the most suitable chain sling configuration for a given lifting application.
Chain slings are configured using real-world criteria in a few easy steps. Enter:
Number of legs
Lifting point distance
Shortener and lower termination types
Our intelligent calculator algorithm will match your build requirements and recommend the most suitable chain sling products.
Chain Sling Builder is a real pocket utility for serious rigging engineers!
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Like it or not winter is upon us and here at Brindley Chains we have snowchain and AutoSock solutions for almost any vehicle to keep you moving should the snow come down. Unfortunately, most of us don't give the impending weather a second thought and often find ourselves stranded with no means of getting on the move, especially when the snow comes out of the blue. But equip yourself with a suitable pair of snowchains or AutoSocks and you will be quickly and safely on the move. Our dedicated snowchain shop is packed full of helpful information on the subject...
Pewag have released a new addition to their Winner Pro G12 chain sling programme, the FLEX 200 chain. This new range retains the mechanical properties of the FLEX 300 chain but comes with a reduced maximum temperature rating of 200°C but with the advantage that it is considerably cheaper and will suit most applications where heat is not a factor.
Please contact us for more information on this innovative product.
The Next Generation
Friction welding is a well understood “joining technology” which has been used by aviation and automotive industries for decades. Pewag is the first chain producer to apply and refine the friction welding process for the production of the next generation of chains. The special form of the chain links, which is now possible leads to longer durability.
To learn more about the advantages of this manufacturing technique, take a look at this short video.
News has just come in that Pewag will soon be adding two new lifting point sizes to their already comprehensive range of lifting and lashing points.
The Profilift Delta (PLDW) model is poised to get M56 and M64 versions, both of which will be rated with a WLL of 16 tonnes.
Early indications are that both versions will be available from mid September 2016.
More information to follow.