What Kind Of Chain Is This?
This is Pewag's original design for security chain, yet in a smaller, lighter size. It is surface hardened the same as the bigger 3/8" size (62 HRC Min.), yet because it is smaller, it does not offer quite the same level of security. But make no mistake, this chain is still very hard to cut and works well for securing bicycles, scooters and other similar items. On jobsites and in remote locations, a bigger chain might be a better choice.
How Is This Chain Different From The 3012 Chain?
For starters, the 3012 chain is actually a traction chain that was not originally designed for security--that does not make it any less formidable, however. The 3012 chain is also substantially bigger at 12 mm in diameter. While this chain is hardened 10% deep, the 3012 chain is hardened 6% deep. From a cosmetic perspective, this chain is silver while the 3012 chain is black.
- Square, case-hardened links
- While smaller and much lighter than the bigger 3/8" version, this chain still proves difficult to cut and is a great theft deterrent
- Electro-galvanized finish for corrosion protection
- Surface Hardness: 62 HRC Min. | 750 HV10
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