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Crosby 9/32" (1/4") Grade 100 Alloy Chain - 4300 lbs WLL - #273710

Crosby 9/32" (1/4") Grade 100 Alloy Chain - 4300 lbs WLL - #273710
SKU: CR-273710MPN: 273710
$23.30
Linear Feet:
Linear FootCost per FootSave
5 - 49$4.66-
50 + $4.2010%
  • USUALLY SHIPS: 1 - 2 Days
  • Full Drum Length: 500
  • Made in the United States of America!
  • This product is rated for overhead lifting.

Product Description

  • 25% stronger than Grade 80 alloy chain
  • Heat-treated
  • Black in color with a rust preventative finish
  • Permanently embossed with CG (Crosby Group) and 10 (Grade)
  • Proof-tested at 2 times Working Load Limit with certification
  • Ships in a fiber drum

Specifications

MPN
273710
Model
SPEC.10
Size
9/32" (1/4")
Type
Overhead Lifting
Material
Grade 100 Alloy Steel
Color
Black
Length (ft)
Per Foot
WLL (lbs)
4,300
Safety Factor
4:1
Inside Length
0.87"
Inside Width
0.42"
Weight / 100 ft (lbs)
75

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