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Riveted Tie Down Chain Assemblies

  • All the advantages of a welded chain assembly
  • Clevis hook is permanently riveted to the chain
  • No more lost or missing hooks
  • No cotter keys to cut your hands
  • Carbon steel or stainless steel rivets avaialble
  • Any assembly with clevis hooks can have riveted hooks on each end

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    Observe the following instructions and precautions when tying down and binding loads.
    • Maintain secure footing at all times.
    • Inspect equipment before use. Do not use hooks, shackles, links, clips, chains, or other equipment components that are bent, elongated, gouged, nicked, excessively worn, or damaged. Make certain that all nuts, bolts, pins, and other fasteners are tightened and secured.
    • Follow DOT FEDERAL MOTOR CARRIER SAFETY ADMINISTRATION '393.102 Securement Systems and Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance Cargo Securement Tie-Down Guidelines.
    • Do not exceed the Working Load Limit (WLL) of equipment. Refer to literature by grade for specific working load limits. Refer also to CM Lifting, Pulling and Binding Products Manual PMC-10 for information.
    • Center load in hooks, shackles, rings, and other such equipment components. Use spacers on bolts and pins as necessary to maintain center loading.
    • Do not apply load to hook latches; latches are to retain slack slings and chains only.
    • Avoid sudden jerks when applying the load. Rapid load application can produce overloading.
    • Free all twists, knots, and kinks. Apply load in a straight line fashion.
    • Refer to specific instructions when applying load binders. Observe warnings and stand clear of binder handles at all times.
    • Not for overhead lifting. Use only only alloy chain and attachments (Grade 80) for overhead lifting.
    • Inspect load periodically for securement.

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