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CM 1-1/4" Herc-Alloy 800 Chain - 72300 lbs WLLImage shown may be a stock photo and is for reference only.

CM 1-1/4" Herc-Alloy 800 Chain - 72300 lbs WLL

Item #:CM-607128
USUALLY SHIPS:2 - 3 DaysDetails
PRICE PER:Linear FootDetails
Full Drum Length:90
1 - 24$157.84
25 + $142.06
  • Made in the United States of America!
  • This product is rated for overhead lifting.

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  • CM 1-1/4" Herc-Alloy 800 Chain - 72300 lbs WLL

    • Alloy steel
    • A higher strength heat-treated alloy steel chain primarily used as a sling component for overhead lifting
    • Can be used in rigging and tie down applications where a lighter weight, higher strength chain is desirable
    • Recommended for overhead lifting by NACM, ASME, and OSHA
    • Certification included with every drum
    • Meets or exceeds many national and international standards
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    Grade 80 Alloy Steel
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