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Contents

Section Five

Section One

Wire Rope
General Information
What is Wire Rope, Strand Construction
Preforming, Cores, Wire Rope Lay,
Galvanising, Lubrication
Uncoiling and Unreeling, Measuring Outside Dia
Sheave Grooves, Drum Winding
Care and Maintenance of Steel Wire Rope,
Handling of Anti-Spin Ropes
Product Selection
Engineering & General Purpose Ropes
Marine Ropes
Verope - Verotop
Verope - Veropro 8

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General Information
Colour Web Slings, Round Slings
Freight Master Lashing Systems

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Section Six

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Section Two

Chain and Chain Fittings 12


Product Selection
MAGGI Short, Long & Regular Link Chain
MAGGI Stainless Steel & Security Chain
Transport Chain & Components
Stud-Link Anchor Chain & Anchors
GUNNEBO Chain & Components
GUNNEBO Chain Sling Connections
GUNNEBO Working Load Limits & Maintenance
GRAB IQ Radical Re-engineering Overview
& Working Load Limits
GRAB IQ Rules for Proper Load Rating
GRAB IQ Components
GRAB IQ Working Load Limits

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Section Three

Synthetic Ropes
Product Selection
Polypropylene Laid, Nylon & Polyester Laid
8 & 3 Strand Ropes, Manila Ropes
Southern Ocean Ropes Break Chart
Southern Ocean Application Chart
Knots and Rope Tips

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Section Four

General Hardware
Product Selection
Shackles: Hi Load, High Tensile Steel &
Galvanised
Rigging Screws, Snap Hooks
Turnbuckles, Thimbles & Swivels
Eyebolts, Eyehooks &
Drop Forged Standard Eyenuts
Wire Rope Grips
Sheave Blocks
Snatch and Open Wedge Blocks

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Webbing

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Lifting Equipment

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Product Selection
KITO Electric Chain Hoists
KITO Manual Chain Hoists & Lever Hoists
KITO Universal Trolleys, Lever Hoists & Single
Phase Electric Chain Hoists
HITACHI Electric Chain Hoists
PACIFIC Lever Block, Chain Block & Single Pin
Girder Trolleys
PACIFIC Electric Winches
WELLCULIP Lifting & Beam Clamps
WELLCULIP Wire Rope Grip Pulling Hoists &
PACIFIC Hand Winches

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Section Seven

Height Safety Equipment 61


Product Selection
PETZL Harnesses
PETZL Helmets
PETZL Lanyards
PETZL Descenders, Fall Arresters & Rope Clamps
PETZL Pulleys
Anchor Straps, Rigging Equipment, Tripods,
Fall Arrest Blocks & Ropes
PETZL Connectors
Harness Accessories & Headlamps
SW Safety Nets

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Section Eight

Arborist
Product Selection
Harnesses
Ropes
Advanced Ropeclimbing Technologies

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Section Nine

Special Products
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Product Selection
WIRELOCK, LANOGUARD
DYNAFOR

Services
Metric Conversion Chart, Drum Capacities

Index

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Section One
Section One

Wire Rope

DM Standen Ltd has been supplying and distributing wire rope since 1978. Apart from the
distribution of wire rope, our personnel can supply guidance to users on the correct usage and
selection of wire rope.
We offer a service ranging from the supply of cut lengths through to wire ropes fitted with any of our full
range of attachments.
We are able to source a wide range of alternative rope types to suit your requirements.
Weights and typical minimum break loads are to be used as guides only to assist with the selection of an
appropriate rope when taking into account suitable safety factors.

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What Is Wire Rope?

Core wire

A wire rope consists of steel wires, in groups of between 6


and 60 or more, twisted together into strands. The strands,
numbering between 3 and 8 in simple constructions, are, in
turn, twisted together around the core.

Rope wire

The steel wire is drawn from rod of diameters between 5


and 10mm to wire of the exact diameter found to give the
best performance in the rope to be made.

Strand

Most specifications for wire ropes stipulate outside


diameter tolerance of +4% and -1 %, so with upwards of
100 wires per rope the tolerance on each wire is, in effect,
very small.
As the wire diameter is reduced by drawing through
progressively smaller tungsten Carbide Dies, the tensile
strength is raised by cold working, so that by varying the
number and sizes of dies, a wire can be produced with the
correct diameter, with a tensile strength ranging from 140
kgf/mm to upwards of 220 kgf/mm, and with the required
characteristics of hardness and flexibility. The wires can be
galvanised or left uncoated.
This account is, of course, simplified. In practice many
variables are introduced and the number, size and
arrangement of wires in the strand, and of strands in the
rope (i.e. the construction of the rope) varies according to
the rope specification, to give varying degrees of strength,
flexibility, resistance to abrasion, heat, crushing, shock
loading etc.

Strand Construction
Each strand in a steel wire rope consists of one or more
layers of wire laid in a spiral round a centre or king wire
(except some marine ropes, in which the centre is of fibre).
The simplest construction consists of one layer of 6 wires
of equal diameter round a king wire, while others may
consist of up to 4 or more layers of wire.
Constructions of steel wire rope are expressed in simple
numerical forms showing the number of strands x number
of wires per strand and further simplified by being grouped
into families known, for example, as the 6 x 19 Group
(all of which have 6 strands of between 15 and 25 wires)
and 6 x 36 Group (6 strands of between 26 and 41
wires).

Steel wire rope

Core of natural or synthetic


fibre or steel

Equal Lay - all layers of wire are in spirals of the same


pitch, so that each wire supports or is supported by its
neighbours throughout its length. These constructions are
more compact, therefore have a higher density of steel
than a cross lay, so the strand is not easily crushed out of
shape and the wires do not have points of relatively high
contact pressure.

Cross Lay - successively layers are not in the same pitch,


so that the wires of one layer will cross over wires in the
layer below. Although many cross lay constructions have
the advantage that all the wires may be of the same
diameter, the wires are not as well supported as in equal
lay ropes, and damage at the points where wires in two
layers cross may reduce rope life.

Every time a wire rope bends each wire moves slightly in


relation to its neighbours, therefore the sizes and
dispositions of the wires are very important to the
performance and life of the rope. One distinction can
clearly be drawn here between two different types of strand
construction - Equal Lay and Cross Lay.

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Wire Rope
Preforming
Preforming is a process by which each strand is shaped to
the helical profile it will adopt in the finished rope.
If a preformed rope is unlaid (i.e. the strands and wires are
separated) it will be seen that the elements all have their set
helical forms, and the rope can easily be laid up again. A
Preformed rope had the following advantages:

Wire Rope Lay


This Term is applied in various ways:
1) To describe the direction of rotation of wires and
strands.
2) The direction of lay or rotation of the strands is normally
right hand, but some machinery needs left hand lay
ropes.

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1) The rope is dead and is therefore more easily handled.


2) When the rope is cut, the cut ends do not automatically
unlay (ie. spring open).
The process of Preforming is carried out by a Preforming
Head, through which the strands pass immediately before
the Closing Head, in which they are formed into the wire
rope.

Galvanising

Cores
The central core is a steel wire rope maintains the circular cross- section of the rope by supporting the strands
around it, and the core may be of two classes:
Fibre Cores: composed of vegetable fibres (e.g.) Manila,
Jute or more commonly Sisal) or man made fibre (such as
Polypropylene) which has the advantage of being more
resistant to deterioration. Fibre cores are often referred to
as FC or FMC (Fibre Main Core), and are impregnated with
a suitable preserving lubricant.
Steel Cores: may be Wire Strand Core - WSC. - (usually in
ropes of a diameter less than 8mm) or a complete rope in
itself (an Independent Wire Rope Core - IWRC - usually of
7x7 construction - 6 strands of 7 wires round 1 strand of 7
wires).
The steel core will resist distortion when the rope is
heavily loaded, passing over relatively small diameter
sheaves or pulleys, or subjected to drum crushing.
Distortion may lead to impaired running over sheaves etc,
and may lead to failure due to unequal loading of individual
wires, so where these dangers are present a wire rope with
IWRC will normally give a longer fatigue life than one with
FC. It is also superior in very hot working conditions, such
as steel making plants, where the FC will soon dry out and
cease to support the strands. In general, a wire rope with
IWRC has a breaking strength 8% higher than a similar
rope with FC.
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To protect the rope from corrosion, a coating of Zinc can


be applied to the individual wires. Wire Mills apply this zinc
coating using the Hot Dip Process, after which the wires
are further drawn to the finished size. This is known as
Drawn Galvanising, and provided an intimate bond
between the Zinc and the Steel. The alternative is Finished
Galvanising, in which the Zinc is applied after the wire is
fully drawn, and although the Zinc coating may be thicker it
is more likely to flake in service.

Lubrication
When a wire rope bends, each wire moves in relation to
its neighbours, and lubrication helps to reduce friction
between wires. It also helps to combat corrosion, external
and internal.
Specially-selected lubricants have to be applied during
the manufacture of the wire rope, the choice of lubricant
depending to some extent on the work the rope will be
doing. The lubricant helps protect the wires from corrosion
during transit and storage, resisting oxidisation and water
penetration.
During prolonged periods of storage, and during its
working life, a wire rope should be examined regularly and
further lubricant or dressing may be added if necessary.
This dressing generally only acts as a preservative, since it
will only penetrate the rope if it is applied where the rope is
bent over a sheave, so that the strands are open enough
to allow such penetration.
Lubricants are generally petrolatum-based and compatible
with similar petroleum jelly type lubricants.

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Uncoiling and Unreeling

Measuring Outside Diameter

In order to avoid forming kinks in the rope, the following


methods are recommended.

Reels - Place a shaft horizontally through the centre of


the reel, and raise the shaft after checking that the base is
stable. Then pull the free end of the rope in a straight line.
Alternatively, the shaft can be vertical, on a turntable, but
the former method is preferred.

Re-reeling - from one reel to another - avoid reverse


bends i.e. feed from top of the first reel to the top of the
second, to bottom of the first reel to bottom of the second,
but never top to bottom or vice versa.

The diameter of a wire rope is the diameter of a true circle


enclosing the rope. Measurement must, therefore, be made
across the maximum dimension of a wire rope with an even
number of strands i.e. between the crowns of two
opposite strands as in Fig. 1 and not with the callipers in
contact with 4 strands as in Fig. 2. To be certain that the
maximum dimension is measured, the callipers should be
rotated around the rope.

Coils - Place the coil over a turntable, release the ties and
pull the free end as above. Alternatively, the coil may be
rolled along the ground, leaving the rope lying straight on
the ground, although manhandling a long length of wire
rope in a coil can be very difficult.

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After a rope has been in use, diameter measurements


correctly taken may vary. This occurs when the rope had
been braided, or when it has lost its shape due to crushing,
or where there has been internal corrosion or damage to
the core. In all these cases the cause of the varying
diameter measurements should be ascertained.
With used ropes some distortion is inevitable, it is
recommended that two measurements are taken at right
angles to each other which will allow the mean diameter to
be calculated.

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Wire Rope

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Wire Rope
Sheaves and Drums
- Minimum Diameters

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A sheave, or drum, of too small a diameter will hasten


fatigue in any wire rope, and in theory sheaves and drums
should always be of large diameter. In practice however
designers and manufacturers of machinery often find it
necessary to compromise. While, therefore, the table
opposite should not be used as sole grounds for modifying
a design already implemented, it indicates recommended
minimum sheave/drum diameters.

Sheave Grooves
The rope is supported in the best possible manner if the
arc of contact with the groove contour can be 150
degrees. This corresponds to a throat angle of 30 degrees.
However, with a large fleet angle or with oscillating loads,
the throat angle should be larger to avoid undue wear of
the rope and sheave flanges.
The height of the flanges should be at least 1.5 times the
rope diameter to prevent the rope running off the sheave.
A radius 5% larger than half the rope diameter will give the
longest service life of the rope.

Sheaves and pulleys should be of hard metal. Soft metal


is abraded and will wear to the diameter of the wire rope
being used, and may also be imprinted with the lay of that
wire rope. A new rope will not fit this imprint exactly, and
will therefore, suffer damage. Sheaves should be checked
frequently for wear and alignment.
Lubrication of sheave and pulley bearings should be
maintained.

Recommended Minimum Sheave/Drum Diameters


Construction

Diameter

6x7

42 x rope diameter

6x25 Flattened Strand

36 x rope diameter

18x7

34 x rope diameter

6x19 Seale

30 x rope diameter

6x21 Filler

28 x rope diameter

6x19 Filler

25 x rope diameter

6x26

26 x rope diameter

6x31

24 x rope diameter

6x36

22 x rope diameter

8x19 Seale

21 x rope diameter

6x41

20 x rope diameter

8x25

18 x rope diameter

Drum Winding
The direction in which a wire rope winds on to a drum
depends on the direction of the lay of the rope. The
diagrams indicate the methods used for Right Hand Lay
and Left Hand Lay ropes respectively, together with a
useful means of remembering the system, using the right
and the left hand.

Use the hand to indicate the correct direction, the right


hand for the Right Hand Lay rope, and the left hand for
Left Hand Lay rope. The closed fist represents the drum,
the thumb indicates the side at which the inside end of the
rope is anchored and the index finger represents the rope
leading off the drum.
Most ropes are supplied Right Hand Lay, but some
machinery will only accept Left Hand Lay ropes, and if the
latter is required it MUST be specified clearly on the order,
as Right Hand Lay is always assumed if no lay is indicated.

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Care and Maintenance of a Steel Wire


Rope
In the interests of both personnel and equipment the
advisability of regular and thorough inspection of wire ropes
cannot be over emphasised.
Regular lubrication can make a considerable improvement
in rope life before evidence of fatigue appears. The
lubricant used should be suitable for the purpose; if in
doubt check with the wire rope manufacturer that the
lubricant you plan to use is compatible with the dressing
applied at the time of manufacture. Do not use solvents
to clean a rope before applying lubrication. Paraffin is not
recommended.
The recommendations given regarding the running in of
anti-spinning types of wire ropes (see right hand side) apply
equally to round strand ropes.
If broken wires are found in a wire rope these should not
be cut off. Grip the broken ends with pliers and bend
backwards and forwards until the wire breaks in the gusset
between the strands. Loose broken wires out of position
can cause rapid break up of adjacent wires.
Faulty sheaves are the most common cause of
permanent wire rope damage. Make certain all sheaves
rotate freely and the treads are in good condition. Check
that all sheaves are properly aligned to the path of the wire
rope. Misaligned sheaves cause abrasion due to flange
scrubbing, also rolling of the rope as it settles into the
sheave grooves can result in torsional fatigue.
When there are two or more layers of wire rope on a drum,
the areas of maximum wear are usually where the rope
climbs to the next layer and at the crossover point when
it scrubs hard against the previous turn. Where terminal
attachment permit, a length of wire rope equal to half the
drum circumference can be cut from the drum anchorage
end to change the position of the wearing sections on the
drum. Care must be taken to ensure that there are always
two and a half dead turns remaining on a drum with the
maximum amount of wire in use.

Handling of Anti-Spin Ropes


When being reeved on to a machine an anti-spin rope must
be handled with care. Unless by prior agreement, anti-spin
ropes will always be supplied on reels, and it is
recommended they be stored on reels if for any reason
they have to be removed from a machine.
The most common problem encountered in anti-spin ropes
is bird caging, which is caused by:
1. Kinking during fitting
2. Turn being taken out of over cover of strands
(leaving the lay looser) allowing the inner layers to pop
3. Incorrect hand splicing - anti-spin ropes should only be
spliced by an experienced and competent splicer
trained to splice this type of wire rope
4. Tight or badly maintained sheaves
5. Inadequate or incorrect running-in before normal duty
The running in procedure is:
1. Run the rope in and out six times over its maximum
working length with a load approximately 25% of the
Safe Working Load.
2. Repeat this procedure with the load a 50% of the Safe
Working Load, and
3. Continue the same procedure with the load at 100% of
the Safe Working Load.
Pressed Aluminium Alloy Ferrule Splice Applications

Eye with Thimble

Eye with Thimble and Ring

Eye with Thimble and Link

Pressed Aluminium Alloy Ferrule Terminations


DM Standen can splice up to 38mm diameter wire rope
slings of all constructions using pressed aluminium alloy
ferrules.
Cross-section of a Splice showing
how rope and ferrule form one
strong, homogenous mass.

Soft Eyes

Eye with Thimble and Shackle

Eye with Thimble and Hook

Longitudinal section of a Splice


showing how the metal of the ferrule
flows round the strands of the rope.

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Wire Rope

Section One

Wire Rope
Engineering and General Purpose
Ropes

Section One

Conventional wire ropes, such as those shown listed in the


table below, are used in a wide range of applications which
include lifting, hoisting, hauling, logging and drilling.
Different constructions have different characteristics
suitable for a variety of uses depending on design
requirements of the strength fatigue resistance wear
resistance, flexibility and abrasion resistance of the wire
rope.
Wire ropes are available in self colour and galvanised for
maritime applications.

Fibre Core

Steel Core

Construction:
6x19 Seale + FC
Composition:
9+9+1

Construction:
6x19 Seale + IWRC
Composition:
9+9+1

Construction:
6x31 Warrington-Seale + FC
Composition:
12 + 6/6 + 6 + 1

Construction:
6x31 Warrington-Seale + IWRC
Composition:
12 + 6/6 + 6 + 1

Construction:
6x36 Warrington-Seale + FC
Composition:
14 + 7/7 + 7 + 1

Construction:
6x36 Warrington-Seale + IWRC
Composition:
14 + 7/7 + 7 + 1

Construction:
6x41 Warrington-Seale + FC
Composition:
16 + 7/8 + 8 + 1

Construction:
6x41 Warrington-Seale + IWRC
Composition:
16 + 8/8 + 8 + 1

6x19, 6x31, 6x36, 6x41


Diameter
(mm)

Min. Breaking Load *


(kN)

Weight
(kg/m)

Fibre Core
(FC)

Steel Core
(IWRC)

Fibre Core
(FC)

Steel Core
(IWRC)

8.0

37.41

40.30

.230

.255

9.0

47.31

50.98

.293

.323

10.0

58.39

62.97

.361

.399

11.0

70.71

76.19

.437

.481

12.0

84.10

90.70

.521

.573

13.0

98.71

105.92

.611

.672

14.0

114.01

123.57

.707

.780

16.0

150.01

160.82

.924

1.03

18.0

189.01

203.97

1.17

1.28

19.0

211.03

226.54

1.31

1.44

20.0

233.90

252.00

1.44

1.59

22.0

283.02

304.99

1.74

1.94

24.0

336.00

362.84

2.09

2.29

26.0

395.01

425.60

2.44

2.69

28.0

458.00

494.25

2.83

3.11

32.0

598.03

644.31

3.89

4.07

35.0

715.90

771.77

4.42

4.87

36.0

757.07

816.90

4.69

5.17

38.0

843.04

910.04

5.22

5.76

* kN x 0.10197 = tonne

Indent prices available on request

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Marine Ropes

Marine/Fishing Ropes - 7x7 Galvanised

Marine ropes are galvanised to provide protection against


corrosion. The ropes listed below are used in such
applications as fishing, mooring, shipping, lashing and
cargo handling operations.

Diameter
(mm)

Min. Breaking Load *


(kN)

Weight
(kg/m)

2.0

2.53

.0152

2.5

4.29

.0235

3.0

5.72

.0344

4.0

10.20

.0610

5.0

15.89

.0952

6.0

22.90

.138

7.0

31.09

.187

8.0

40.70

.244

Marine/Fishing Ropes - 6x19 Galvanised


Small Cords and General Purpose

Diameter
(mm)

Min. Breaking Load *


(kN)

Weight
(kg/m)

Fibre Core
(FC)

Steel Core
(IWRC)

Fibre Core
(FC)

Steel Core
(IWRC)

3.0

4.89

5.30

.0312

0.0343

4.0

8.68

9.41

.0553

0.0611

Marine/Yachting Ropes - Stainless Steel

5.0

13.61

14.69

.0864

0.0952

6.0

19.61

21.21

.125

0.137

7.0

28.61

30.91

.176

0.196

Grade 316
Stainless steel and PVC coated wire rope are used when
providing protection against corrosion.

8.0

33.12

39.38

0.23

0.24

9.0

41.90

43.03

0.28

0.31

10.0

53.89

56.88

0.37

0.41

11.0

65.87

67.66

0.45

0.48

12.0

77.44

80.60

0.52

13.0

87.41

94.62

14.0

101.78

16.0

Min. Breaking Load *


(kN)

Weight
(kg/m)

1.5

1.30

.0097

0.57

2.0

2.51

.0171

0.62

0.67

2.5

3.5

.027

109.82

0.71

0.78

132.74

143.19

0.91

1.02

3.0

5.21

0.39

18.0

167.65

192.77

1.16

1.27

4.0

9.31

0.68

19.0

186.60

202.01

1.30

1.38

5.0

14.58

1.04

20.0

206.57

224.56

1.44

1.58

6.0

21.01

1.46

22.0

250.48

269.43

1.75

1.93

7.0

28.7

.205

24.0

297.37

333.44

2.07

2.28

8.0

37.4

.257

26.0

349.26

377.20

2.44

2.69

9.0

47.3

.331

10.0

58.4

.406

12.0

70.9

.487

13.0

84.3

.578

* kN x 0.10197 = tonne
Note: The above ropes can be manufactured with PVC covering up to a
44mm outside diameter

Diameter
(mm)
7x7

7x19

Principal Use in Standard Rigging - 1x19


Diameter
(mm)

Min. Breaking Load *


(kN)

Weight
(kg/m)

2.0

3.20

.195

2.5

500

.365

3.0

720

.439

4.0

1249

.781

5.0

2000

1.14

6.0

2.880

1.76

8.0

4.639

3.12

* kN x 0.10197 = tonne

We also stock 3 & 4 strand fishing ropes

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Wire Rope
Verotop Rope

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Verotop Langs Lay rope:


is suitable for high lifting applications
is a rotation resistant rope made with outer and inner
strands compacted
has an extremely high breaking strength with very
strong resistance to drum crushing
is fully lubricated and made of both galvanised and
ungalvanised wires
should be used with a swivel

Discard Number of Wires


Length
Discard

Langs Lay
6xd

30xd

10

Design Data
Total number of wires:
Number of outer strands:
Average fill factor:
Average spin factor (1960 grade):

245
112
0.74
0.81

Diameter
(mm)

Min. Breaking Load *


(kN)

Weight
(kg/m)

1960 Grade

2160 Grade

10.0

91.42

97.55

0.510

12.0

131.6

140.5

0.735

12.7

147.5

157.3

0.823

13.0

154.5

164.9

0.862

14.0

179.2

191.2

1.000

15.0

205.7

219.5

1.148

16.0

234.0

249.7

1.306

17.0

264.2

281.9

1.475

18.0

296.2

316.1

1.653

19.0

330.0

352.2

1.842

20.0

365.7

390.2

2.041

21.0

403.2

430.2

2.250

22.0

442.5

472.2

2.470

22.4

458.7

489.5

2.561

23.0

483.6

516.1

2.700

24.0

526.6

561.9

2.939

25.0

571.4

609.7

3.189

25.4

589.8

629.4

3.292

26.0

618.0

659.5

3.450

27.0

666.5

711.2

3.720

28.0

716.7

764.8

4.001

28.6

747.8

797.9

4.174

29.0

768.8

820.4

4.292

30.0

822.8

878.0

4.593

31.0

878.6

937.5

4.904

32.0

936.1

998.9

5.226

33.0

995.6

1062.0

5.557

34.0

1057.0

1128.0

5.899

35.0

1120.0

1195.0

6.251

36.0

1185.0

1264.0

6.614

38.0

1320.0

1409.0

7.369

40.0

1463.0

1561.0

8.165

* kN x 0.10197 = tonne

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Veropro 8 Rope
Veropro 8 Regular Lay or Langs Lay rope:
has a plastic layer between the core and the
compacted outer strands
has a high breaking load and good structural reliability
is fully lubricated and made of both galvanised and
ungalvanised wires
is suitable for multi-layer spooling
has very good resistance to drum crushing
is a non-rotation resistant rope and should not be used
with a swivel

Discard Number of Wires


Length
Discard

Regular Lay

Langs Lay

6xd

30xd

6xd

30xd

18

35

18

Design Data
Total number of wires:
Number of outer strands:
Average fill factor:
Average spin factor (1960 grade):

327
208
0.67
0.85

Diameter
(mm)

Min. Breaking Load *


(kN)

Weight
(kg/m)

1960 Grade

2160 Grade

12.0

126.2

135.0

0.660

12.7

141.3

151.2

0.740

13.0

148.1

158.4

0.775

14.0

171.7

183.7

0.899

15.0

197.1

210.9

1.032

16.0

224.3

240.0

1.174

17.0

253.2

270.9

1.325

18.0

283.9

303.7

1.486

19.0

316.3

338.4

1.655

20.0

350.4

374.9

1.834

21.0

386.4

413.4

2.022

22.0

424.0

453.7

2.219

22.4

439.6

470.3

2.301

23.0

463.5

495.9

2.426

24.0

504.6

539.9

2.641

25.0

547.6

585.8

2.866

25.4

565.2

604.7

2.958

26.0

592.3

633.7

3.100

27.0

638.7

683.3

3.343

28.0

686.9

734.9

3.595

28.6

716.6

766.7

3.751

29.0

736.8

788.3

3.856

30.0

788.5

843.6

4.127

31.0

841.9

900.8

4.407

32.0

897.1

959.9

4.695

33.0

954.1

1021.0

4.994

34.0

1013.0

1084.0

5.301

35.0

1073.0

1148.0

5.617

36.0

1135.0

1215.0

5.943

38.0

1265.0

1354.0

6.621

40.0

1402.0

1500.0

7.337

41.3

1494.0

1599.0

7.821

42.0

1545.0

1653.0

8.089

44.0

1696.0

1815.0

8.877

45.0

1774.0

1898.0

9.285

46.0

1854.0

1983.0

9.703

47.5

1977.0

2115.0

10.35

48.0

2019.0

2160.0

10.56

50.0

2190.0

2343.0

11.46

52.0

2369.0

2535.0

12.40

54.0

2555.0

2733.0

13.37

* kN x 0.10197 = tonne

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Section One

Wire Rope

Chain and Chain Fittings

Section Two

Chain and Chain Fittings

A comprehensive range of chain is available. This range covers all grades from commercial
to Grade 8+, the highest lifting grade currently stocked.
We will cut to any length required or bulk purchases are available in drum lots ranging from
.
50kg to 500kg.
Reputable brands that we stock include *Gunnebo, GrablQ and Maggi Italy

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Short Link Chain

Regular Link Chain

Manufactured in Italy to DIN766/A Standard. This particular chain


is made to exceed the Grade L (30) specifications. This gives this
chain high strength and with excellent galvanising, a long life. Test
certificates for vessels going into survey, ABS and the like are
available. The only one for your anchor.

Manufactured in Italy to DIN5685/A Standard. This particular


chain is made using the same materials and methods as the
Grade L short link giving excellent reliability and performance.
This gives this chain high strength and combined with excellent
galvanising, a long life. The high strength weld, on the smaller
sizes, means high break loads. Test certificates are available.

Dimensions (mm)

Dimensions (mm)
Tolerance
per 11 Links

Min.
Breaking Load
(kg)

Weight
(kg/m)

20

+1.5/-0.5mm

1800

0.8

22

23

+1.5/-0.5mm

2520

1.0

24

26

+2.5/-0.5mm

3200

1.4

10

28

34

+2.5/-0.5mm

5000

2.3

10

30

35

+/-1mm link

5000

2.3

11

31

36

+2.5/-0.5mm

6400

2.7

12

36

40

+/-1 mm link

6500

3.3

13

36

44

+2.5/-Q.5mm

8480

3.9

14

42

46

+/-1mm link

10000

4.4

16

45

54

+3.8/-1.3mm

12600

6.1

18

50

60

+3.8/-1.3mm

16000

7.8

20

56

67

+3.8/-1.3mm

20000

9.3

22

66

75

+/-1.5mm link

24000

11.4

Chain
Size

Internal
Length

External
Width

18.5

Long Link Chain


Manufactured in Italy to DIN5685/C Standard. This particular
chain is made using the same materials and methods as the
Grade L short link giving excellent reliability and performance.
This gives this chain high strength and combined with excellent
galvanising, a long life. The high strength weld, on the smaller
sizes, means high break loads. Test Certificates are available.
The long link formation gives you lots of metres for your money.
Dimensions (mm)
A
Chain Size

B
Internal Length

C
External Width

Min.
Breaking
Load
(kg)

Weight
(kg/m)

Hot Dipped Galvanised


3

26

12

280

0.145

32

16

500

0.3

35

20

775

0.46

42

24

1150

0.65

52

32

2000

1.15

10

65

40

3100

1.82

12

78

48

4500

2.63

13

82

52

5300

3.05

16

100

56

10000

4.5

20

100

75

16000

7.6

35

20

775

0.45

42

24

1150

0.64

24

10

200

0.11

Chain
Size

Internal
Length

External
Width

Tolerance

Min.
Breaking Load
(kg)

Weight
(kg/m

Hot Dipped Galvanised


3

18

13

+/-0.5mm

300

0.16

19

16

+/-0.5mm

550

0.33

21

19

+/-0.5mm

850

0.50

24

23

+/.0.5mm

1300

0.73

32

30

+/-0.5mm

2300

1.33

10

40

37

+/-0.5mm

4300

2.10

12

48

46

+/-1mm

5000

3.00

14

56

51

+/-1mm

7000

4.20

16

56

56

+/-1mm

9000

5.70

18

63

63

+/-1.5mm

11500

7.00

20

70

70

+/-1.5mm

14000

8.40

22

78

75

+/-1.5mm

17000

10.40

Self-Colour/Polished
6

24

23

+/-0.5mm

1300

0.72

32

30

+/.0.5mm

2300

1.31

10

40

37

+/-0.5mm

4300

2.10

12

48

46

+/-1mm

5000

2.94

14

56

51

+/-1mm

7000

4.15

16

56

56

+/-1mm

9000

5.30

18

63

63

+/-1.5mm

11500

6.70

20

70

70

+/-1.5mm

14000

8.10

22

78

75

+/-1.5mm

17000

10.00

24

84

81

20000

11.6

26

91

87

23000

14.4

28

100

97

30000

16.9

30

105

102

32000

18.6

32

112

108

36000

21.2

33

116

113

38000

22.5

Electro-Galvanised
2

16

10

200

0.07

18

13

300

0.16

19

16

550

0.33

21

19

850

0.50

Self-Colour/Polished

Electro-Galvanised
2.5

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Section Two

Chain and Chain Fittings

Chain and Chain Fittings


Stainless Steel Chain

Security Chains

We stock a wide range of stainless steel chain in both short


and regular link. Other sizes are available on indent.

Description
Very High Security Chain

Section Two

Dimensions (mm)
A

Chain Size

Internal Length

External Width

Min.
Breaking
Load
(kg)

18.5

20

1800

0.8

21

23

2520

1.1

Weight
(kg/m)

24

26

3200

1.4

10

30

35

5000

2.3

12

36

40

6500

3.2

13

36

44

8480

3.8

14

42

46

10000

4.3

1.5

14

150

0.04

14

200

0.07

18

13

300

0.18

19

16

550

0.30

21

19

850

0.50

24

23

1300

0.68

32

30

2300

1.25

10

40

37

4300

2.00

x
x
x
x
x
x

Motoblock Serious Security


Chain and Lock
Poly-Coated Medium
Security Chain

Short Link

8mm
8mm
8mm
10mm
10mm
10mm

900mm
1200mm
1500mm
1200mm
1500mm
2000mm
1200mm
1500mm

5mm
5mm
7mm
7mm
7mm
10mm
10mm
10mm

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

Snake Chain Lock

600mm
900mm
900mm
1200mm
1500mm
90mm
1200mm
1500mm
100mm
1200mm
1500mm

Regular Link

Motoblock
These are the same as the high tech chains complete with
an armoured in-line lock. An excellent very high level of
security matching chain and lock. They come packaged as
shown. Available in 1200mm and 1500mm.

High Tech Security Chains


The square link chains go through a special hardening
process to make them extremely resistant to bolt
cutters and hacksaw proof. The chains are then double
zinc coated and covered with plastic for protection.

Plastic Coated Security Chain

Snake Chains

A very good general purpose security chain. They have


been case hardened to resist bolt cutters and hacksaws.
The chains are dipped in a flexible vinyl coating to minimise
damage.

These have a bolt cutter and hacksaw resistant flexible wire


core covered by a flexible hardened steel shell. Complete
with a drilling or picking resistant lock. Very flexible.

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Chain and Chain Fittings


Grade 70 Transport Chain *

Transport Chain is hardened and tempered which makes


it more resistant to wear. It is designed for tiedown and
dragging applications. The chain is also passivated to give
added protection against the elements. Test certificates are
available on request.

Dimensions (mm)
Product
Code

Chain
Size

Internal External
Length
Width

Min.
Breaking
Load
(T)

Weight
(kg/m)

ICHSZ06

6.0

18.0

20.1

4200

116.0

ICHSZ7.3

7.3

23.8

25.9

6000

86.3

ICHSZ08

8.0

24.0

27.0

8000

69.0

ICHSZ10

10.0

30.0

34.0

10500

45.2

ICHSZ12.5

12.5

39.0

42.0

16500

25.6

Lever Type Load Binders


Mechanical advantage 25 : 1
Forged steel: quenched and tempered

Clevis Grab Hooks *


Product Code

To Suit
Chain Dia.
(mm)

IHOOKCG06

Min.
Breaking
Load
(T)

6.0

Product
Code

4200

IHOOKCGO8

8.0

8000

IHOOKCG10

10.0

10500

IHOOKCG12

12.5

16500

Chain Size
(mm)

Min.
Breaking Load
(kg)

Take Up
(mm)

Weight
(kg)

with Grab Hooks

* Grab Hooks reduce lashing capacity by 25%

ILOAD204

6.0

3650

61

1.15

ILOAD206

7.3-8.0

8615

114

3.20

ILOAD208

10-13

12700

114

5.65

ILOAD304

6.0

3650

61

1.15

ILOAD306

7.3-8.0

8615

114

3.20

ILOAD308

10-13

12700

114

5.65

with Claw Hooks

Clevis Slip Hooks *


To Suit
Chain Dia.
(mm)

Working
Load
Limit
(kg)

IHOOKCS06

6.0

750

IHOOKCS08

8.0

1500

IHOOKCS10

10.0

2500

Product Code

* Not suitable for lifting

Ratchet Type Load Binders

Mechanical advantage 50 : 1
One piece assembly
Easy operating positive ratchet
Continuous take-up feature - infinite adjustment

Clevis Lug Links *


Product Code

To Suit
Chain Dia.
(mm)

Working
Load
Limit
(kg)

ILUG08

8.0

1500

ILUG10

10.0

2500

* Not suitable for lifting

Product
Code

Chain Size
(mm)

Min.
Breaking Load
(kg)

Take Up
(mm)

Weight
(kg)

with Grab Hooks


ILOAD406

7.3-8.0

8615

200

5.10

ILOAD408

10-13

14965

200

5.80

We also stock container lashing equipment

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Section Two

Transport Chain and Components

Chain and Chain Fittings


Stud Link Anchor Chain

Anchor Chain Size Selection Guide


Chain
Length
(m)

Anchor Size (lbs)


15

20

25

30

35

40

45

50

60

80

100

125

150

6
8

Boat Length (m)

Section Two

Stud link anchor chain is used for anchor chains on larger


vessels such as super yachts, fishing vessels, merchant
ships, oil rigs etc. A full range of auxiliary fittings such as
kenter joining shackles, swivels and links are available with
full test certification available by request.

9
11
15 11
22 14
17
20
14
26
18
35
24
30

10
12
14
16
18
20
22

Key to chain size (short link):


8mm
(plus warp of sufficient thickness and length)

10mm

12mm

These are general recommendations. Contact our sales


staff for your specific requirements.

Second Hand Stud Link Anchor Chain

Proof Load
(kg)

Chain
Size
(mm)

Grade U2

12.5

6700

14

8400

Grade U3

Min. Breaking Load


(kg)

Min. Weight
(kg/27.5m)

Grade U2

Grade U3

9400

9400

13500

95

11800

11800

16800

120

16

10900

15300

15300

22000

155

17.5

13000

18300

18300

26100

200

19

15300

21500

21500

30700

218

20.5

17800

24900

24900

35600

265

22

20400

28600

28600

40900

292

24

24200

33900

33900

48500

347

26

28300

39700

39700

56700

407

28

32700

45800

45800

65500

473

30

37500

52400

52400

74900

543

32

42500

59400

59400

84900

617

34

47700

66800

66800

95600

697

36

53300

74600

74600

107000

781

38

59200

82800

82800

118000

890

40

65300

91400

91400

131000

946

42

71700

100000

100000

143000

1063

44

78400

110000

110000

157000

1166

46

85300

119000

119000

171000

1275

48

92600

130000

130000

185000

1388

50

100000

140000

140000

200000

1506

52

108000

151000

151000

215000

1629

54

116000

162000

162000

231000

1757

56

124000

174000

174000

248000

1889

58

132000

185000

185000

265000

2026

60

141000

198000

198000

282000

2169

62

150000

210000

210000

300000

2315

64

159000

223000

223000

319000

2467

66

169000

236000

236000

337000

2624

68

178000

250000

250000

357000

2786

70

188000

263000

263000

376000

2952

73

203000

285000

285000

407000

3210

76

219000

307000

307000

438000

3479

78

230000

322000

322000

459000

81

246000

345000

345000

492000

Anchors
Anchors come in all shapes and sizes, shown here are
some of the more popular types available. For specialised
requirements please contact our sales staff.

Suitable for both mooring and mussel farm use, second


hand stud link anchor chain is generally stocked in sizes
20mm through to 52mm diameter.
Sizes and quantities on hand are dependant on availability
at the time of the order and fluctuate accordingly.

AC Hall Anchor

Danforth Anchor

Bruce Anchor

Plough Anchor

Second hand stud link will be cut to required lengths.


Moorings supplied to your specifications
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Section Two

Chain and Chain Fittings

Safety Put to the Test


Gunnebo Industries is one of the worlds leading manufacturers of complete lifting systems. The quality of our products is
widely recognised as high and our goal is to be world leader in our field. Quality will always be fundamental to Gunnebo and
everything we do is in line with the strong focus on safety for people and property.
Gunnebo started its production as early as 1764. Gunnebo is today an internationally fast-growing security group with 110
companies located in 32 countries. The Group has sales to a further hundred markets via agents and distributors. Gunnebo
Engineering is a division within the Gunnebo Group. The division comprises the following business units: Gunnebo Lifting,
Gunnebo Fastening, Gunnebo Blocks and Gunnebo Non Skid. Business Unit Lifting produces and sells chain and lifting
components (such as coupling links, hooks and master links) wire rope, soft slings, round slings, ratchets, lashing and goods
anchorage systems.

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Chain and Chain Fittings


Master Link, M

Master Link, MT

According to EN 1677-4
Designed for use with chain or wire rope

According to EN 1677-4
Designed for use with chain or wire rope

Section Two
Product
Code
M-6-8
M-86-8
M-108-8
M-13-8
M-1310-8
M-1613-8
M-19-8
M-2016-8
M-2220-8
M-2622-8
M-32-8
M-3226-8
M-3632-8
M-4536-8
M-90T-8
M-100T-8
M-125T-8

WLL
(tonnes)
0 - 45
1.25
2.5
4
5.4
7.5
10
12
17
25
28
33
43
56
70
90
100
125

Dimensions (mm)
L
B
D
100
60
11
120
70
14
140
80
17
150
90
19
160
95
22
190
110
25
200
120
30
240
140
34
250
150
38
250
150
40
300
180
45
300
200
50
350
200
55
375
210
60
450
250
70
450
260
80
450
260
80

Weight
(kg)
0.2
0.4
0.8
1
1.5
2.3
3.5
5.3
7
8
12
15
21
26
43
57
57

Product
Code
MT-6-8
MT-8-8
MT-10-8
MT-13-8
MT-16-8
MT-20-8
MT-22-8
MT-26-8
MT-32-8

WLL
(tonnes)
0 - 45
3.5
5
11.5
17
28
35
53
70
90

L1
270
300
360
450
500
550
610
730
750

Dimensions (mm)
L
B
D
I
150 90 19 120
160 95 22 140
200 120 30 160
250 150 40 200
300 200 50 200
300 200 55 250
350 200 60 260
450 250 70 280
450 260 80 280

d
14
17
22
30
32
38
45
50
55

Weight
(kg)
1.8
3.1
6.5
15
23
33
46
71
91

Dimensions (mm)
L
B
D
I
b
d
150 90 19 60 38 13
160 95 22 70 46 16
200 120 30 90 60 19
240 140 34 140 65 25
250 150 40 170 100 32
300 200 50 170 110 38
300 200 55 170 110 40

Weight
(kg)
1.4
2.1
4.7
9
15
26
31

b
70
80
95
120
120
150
140
160
160

Master Link, MTC


According to EN 1677-4
Designed for use with chain

Master Link, MF
According to EN 1677-4
Designed for use with chain or wire rope

Product
Code
MF-6-8
MF-86-8
MF-108-8
MF-1310-8
MF-1613-8
MF-2016-8
MF-2220-8

WLL
(tonnes)
0 - 45
1.25
2.5
4
7.5
10
17
25

Dimensions (mm)
L
B
D
100
60
11
120
70
14
140
80
17
160
95
22
190
110
25
240
140
34
250
150
38

Weight
(kg)
0.2
0.4
0.8
1.5
2.3
5.3
7

Product
Code
MTC-6-8
MTC-8-8
MTC-10-8
MTC-13-8
MTC-16-8
MTC-20-8
MTC-22-8

WLL
(tonnes)
0 - 45
2.36
4.25
6.7
11.2
17
26.5
31.5

L1
210
230
290
380
420
470
470

Dimensions L and B not according to EN1677-4


With flattened section for use with Berglok Chain Coupler (BL)
If used for chain, check for corresponding WLL values in the WLL
table according to EN818-4. Safety factor 4:1

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Chain and Chain Fittings


Master Link, O

Chain, KLB

Product
Code
O-6-8
O-86-8
O-108-8
O-13-8
O-1310-8
O-16-8
O-1613-8
O-19-8
O-2216-8
O-26-8
O-2619-8
O-3222-8
O-3626-8
O-4028-8
O-4532-8

WLL
(tonnes)
1.25
2.5
4
6.3
8
11.5
15
17
20
25
30
37
50
63
80

Chain Size
(mm)
1-Leg 2-Leg
6
7,8
6
10
7,8
13
10
16
13
19,22 16
26
19
32
22
36
26
40
28
45
32

Dimensions (mm)
L
B
D
100 60
11
120 70
14
140 80
17
150 90
19
160 95
22
190 110 25
180 105 28
200 120 30
240 140 34
250 150 38
250 150 40
300 180 45
300 200 50
300 200 55
350 200 60

Weight
(kg)
0.2
0.4
0.7
1
1.5
2.2
2.7
3.5
5.1
7
8
12
15
18
25

Product
Code
KLB-6-8E
KBL-7-8E
KLB-8-8E
KLB-10-8E
KLB-13-8E
KLB-16-8E
KLB-19-8E
KLB-22-8E
KLB-26-8E
KLB-32-8E

Connection to chain with coupling link (G)

1.12
1.5
2
3.15
5.3
8
11.2
15
21.2
31.5

Dimensions (mm)
D
P
W
6
18
8.5
7
21
10
8
24
11
10
30
14
13
39
18
16
48
22
19
57
26
22
66
30
26
78
35
32
96
43

Weight
(kg)
0.8
1.1
1.4
2.2
3.7
5.6
7.8
11
14.3
23

Coupling Link, G

Product
Code
G-6-8
G-7/8-8
G-10-8
G-13-8
G-16-8
G-18/20-8
G-22-8
G-26-8
G-32-8

Master Link, OT

WLL
(tonnes)

WLL
Chain
(tonnes) Size
(mm)
1.12
6
2
7,8
3.2
10
5.4
13
8
16
12.5
19
15.5
22
21.6
26
32
32

Dimensions (mm)
L
B
G
E
44
15
8
16
56
18
9
22
68
25
12
26
89
29
15
33
105 36
19
40
125 43
22
47
152 50
24
59
160 58
29
61
200 70
38
78

Weight
(kg)
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.7
1.2
1.9
3
4.6
8.6

Berglok Chain Coupler, BL


Chain
Size
WLL (mm)
Product (tonnes) 3/4Leg
Code
OT-6-8
5
6
OT-8-8
8
7,8
OT-10-8
16
10
OT-13-8
30
13
OT-16-8
40
16
OT-19-8
50
19
OT-22-8
75
22
OT-26-8 100
26
OT-32-8 125
32

L1
260
300
360
430
500
560
610
680
680

L
150
160
200
250
300
300
350
400
400

Dimensions (mm)
B
D
I
b
90 19 110 60
95 22 140 80
120 30 160 95
150 40 180 105
200 50 200 110
200 55 260 140
200 60 260 140
250 70 280 160
250 80 280 160

d
14
17
22
28
32
38
45
50
55

Weight
(kg)
1.8
2.8
6
13
23
32
46
68
87

Product
Code
BL-6-8
BL-7/8-8
BL-10-8
BL-13-8
BL-16-8
BL-19-8

WLL
Chain
(tonnes) Size
(mm)
1.12
6
2
7,8
3.2
10
5.4
13
8
16
11.5
19

Dimensions (mm)
L
B
G
27
20
9
35
25
11
45
32
14
56
40
17
68
50
22
80
58
25

H
14
18
22
28
35
41

Weight
(kg)
0.1
0.2
0.4
1
1.4
2.3

Safety factor 4:1

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19

Section Two

Connection to chain with coupling link (G)

Chain and Chain Fittings


Safety Hook, OBK (with grip latch)

Section Two

WLL Chain
Product
(tonnes) Size
Code
(mm)
OBK-6-8
1.12
6
OBK-7/8-8
2
7,8
OBK-10-8
3.2
10
OBK-13-8
5.4
13
OBK-16-8
8
16
OBK-18/20-8 12.5
19
OBK-22-8
15.5
22

L
103
128
160
194
237
293
335

Safety Hook, BKG

Dimensions (mm)
B
E
F
G
26 22 9
14
34 25 10 17
42 32 13 21
51 40 15 26
61 50 19 29
73 60 22 37
87 70 24 40

H
17
20
25
30
38
48
57

Weight
(kg)
0.4
0.7
1.2
2
4.1
7.5
10

Product
Code
BKG-7/8.8
BKG-10-8
BKG-13-8
BKG-16-8
BKG-19/20-8

WLL
Chain
(tonnes) Size
(mm)
2
7,8
3.2
10
5.4
13
8
16
12.5
19

Dimensions (mm)
L
B
G
H
120
37
17
23
143
44
24
29
179
54
30
38
217
62
37
49
242
68
42
56

Weight
(kg)
0.8
1.5
2.8
5.1
7.8

Shank Safety Hook, BKT

Safety Hook, GBK (with grip latch)

Product
Code
GBK-7/8-8
GBK-10-8
GBK-13-8
GBK-16-8

WLL
(tonnes)
2
3.2
5.4
8

Chain
Size
(mm)
7,8
10
13
16

Dimensions (mm)
L
B
G
H
112 34
17
20
135 42
21
25
167 51
26
30
198 60
29
38

Weight
(kg)
0.6
1.1
2
3.2

Product
Code
BKT-6-8
BKT-7/8-8
BKT-10-8
BKT-13-8
BKT-16-8

WLL
(tonnes)
1.12
2
3.2
5.4
8

L
90
111
133
170
202

B
29
37
44
54
62

Dimensions (mm)
L1 D d*
36 20 11
47 24 13
51 29 16
65 34 20
76 37 25

G
15
17
24
30
37

H
21
23
29
38
49

Weight
(kg)
0.5
0.9
1.5
2.8
5.4

d* the smallest shank dimenson after machining


Note: After machining of the shank proof loading must be carried out

Swivel Safety Hook, BKL


Safety Hook, BK

WLL Chain
Product
(tonnes) Size
Code
(mm)
BK-6-8
1.12
6
BK-7/8-8
2
7,8
BK-10-8
3.2
10
BK-13-8
5.4
13
BK-16-8
8
16
BK-18/20-8 12.5
19
BK-22-8
15.5
22
BK-26-8
21.6
26
BK-28-8
25
28

20

L
109
137
168
207
253
290
320
345
400

Dimensions (mm)
B
E
F
G
29 22 10 15
38 25 11 17
44 32 13 24
54 40 16 30
62 50 20 37
68 60 22 42
80 70 24 47
100 80 25 50
120 90 27 62

H
21
23
29
38
49
56
62
68
81

Weight
(kg)
0.5
0.8
1.5
2.8
5.6
7.9
11.2
14.5
22

WLL Chain
Dimensions (mm)
Product
(tonnes) Size
(mm) L B C E F G
Code
BKL-6-8
1.12
6 149 28 23 33 11 15
BKL-7/8-8
2
7,8 183 37 27 36 12 17
BKL-10-8
3.2
10 218 44 36 42 15 24
BKL-13-8
5.4
13 276 54 43 48 19 30
BKL-16-8
8
16 334 62 58 62 22 37
BKL-18/20-8 12.5
19 367 69 80 74 26 42

H
21
23
29
38
49
56

Weight
(kg)
0.6
1.1
2
3.8
7.1
10.8

Safety factor 4:1

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Chain and Chain Fittings

WLL Chain
Product
(tonnes) Size
(mm)
Code
BKLK-6-8
1.12
6
BKLK-7/8-8
2
7,8
BKLK-10-8
3.2
10
BKLK-13-8
5.4
13
BKLK-16-8
8
16
BKLK-18/20-8 12.5
19

L
150
184
218
277
330
367

Dimensions (mm)
B C E F G
29 24 33 11 15
37 27 35 12 17
44 35 42 15 24
54 41 48 19 30
62 53 61 22 37
69 59 74 26 42

H
21
23
29
38
49
56

Weight
(kg)
0.7
1.1
1.9
3.8
7.2
10.8

Sling Hook, EKN (with latch)

WLL Chain
Product
(tonnes) Size
Code
(mm) L
EKN-6-8
1.12
6
94
EKN-7/8-8
2
7,8 105
EKN-10-8
3.2
10 131
EKN-13-8
5.4
13 161
EKN-16-8
8
16 197
EKN-18/20-8
12.5 18,20 229
EKN-22-8
15.5
22 269
EKN-26-8
21.6
26 301
EKN-32-8
32
32 333

Dimensions (mm)
B
E
F
G
24 22 10 17
28 25 11.5 17
37 32 13.5 20
42 40 17.5 27
52 50 22 34
60 60 26 37
77 64 31 42
81 66 32 51
93 76 38 61

H
19
22
29
37
44
52
67
75
80

Weight
(kg)
0.4
0.5
0.9
1.8
3.4
5.2
9.4
12.6
17.9

Dimensions (mm)
B
E
F
G
29 22 10 16
32 25 11.5 17
42 32 13.5 19
49 40 17.5 27
60 50 22 34
69 60 26 37
83 64 31 42
95 66 32 51
105 76 38 61

H
19
22
28
36
44
52
67
75
80

Weight
(kg)
0.3
0.4
0.8
1.8
3.2
4.8
8.5
12.1
17.3

Clevis Swivel Safety Hook, BKH


Sling Hook, EK

(with ball bearing)

Product
Code
BKH-6-8
BKH-7/8-8

WLL Chain
(tonnes) Size
(mm)
1.12
6
2
7,8

L
145
181

Dimensions (mm)
B
K
G
H
28 6.8 14 19
36 8.8 17 23

Weight
(kg)
0.7
1.2

Safety Hook, BKB

WLL Chain
Dimensions (mm)
Product
(tonnes) Size
Weight
(mm) L B D E
Code
F G H (kg)
BKB-10-8
3.2
10 170 38 72 32 13 32 42 2.4

Safety factor 4:1

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Product
Code
EK-6-8
EK-7/8-8
EK-10-8
EK-13-8
EK-16-8
EK-18/2-8
EK-22-8
EK-26-8
EK-32-8

WLL Chain
(tonnes) Size
(mm)
1.12
6
2
7,8
3.2
10
5.4
13
8
16
12.5 18,20
15.5
22
21.6
26
32
32

L
94
105
131
161
197
229
267
301
333

Sling Hook, EGK/GK

Product
Code
EGK/GK-7/8-8
EGK/GK-10-8
EGK/GK-13-8
EGK/GK-16-8
EGK/GK-19/20-8

WLL Chain
(tonnes) Size
(mm)
2
7,8
3.2
10
5.4
13
8
16
12.5
19

Dimensions (mm)
L
B
G
H
95 33 17 22
121 40 23 29
147 48 28 36
170 56 33 43
212 73 43 51

Weight
(kg)
0.5
0.9
1.9
3.4
5.8

21

Section Two

Swivel Safety Hook, BKLK (with ball bearing)

Chain and Chain Fittings


Sling Hook, EGKN/GKN

Section Two

WLL Chain
(tonnes) Size
(mm)
EGKN/GKN-7/8-8
2
7,8
EGKN/GKN-10-8
3.2
10
EGKN/GKN-13-8
5.4
13
EGKN/GKN-16-8
8
16
EGKN/GKN-19/20-8 12.5
19

Product Code

Swivel Latch Hook, LKNK (with ball bearing)

Dimensions (mm)
L
B
G
H
95 29
17 22
121 34
23 29
147 42
28 36
170 49
33 43
212 60
43 51

Weight
(kg)
0.5
1
2.1
3.6
6

WLL Chain
Dimensions (mm)
Product
(tonnes) Size
(mm) L B C E F G
Code
LKNK-7/8-8
2
7,8 156 29 28 35 12 18
LKNK-10-8
3.2
10 191 35 35 42 15 23
LKNK-13-8
5.4
13 234 40 43 48 19 28
LKNK-16-8
8
16 286 53 50 61 22 33

H
21
30
35
43

Weight
(kg)
0.9
1.6
3.1
5.1

Clevis Swivel Latch Hook, LKNG


Foundary Hook, OKE

WLL Chain
Product
(tonnes) Size
Code
(mm)
OKE-7/8-8
2
7,8
OKE-10-8
3.2
10
OKE-13-8
5.4
13
OKE-16-8
8
16
OKE-18/20-8 12.5
19
OKE-26-8
21.6
26
OKE-32-8
32
32

L
122
150
182
215
247
300
384

Dimensions (mm)
B
E
F G
63 25 11 18
76 32 14 25
90 40 18 32
102 50 22 40
114 60 26 46
113 66 38 64
145 80 48 77

H
26
30
38
45
57
73
94

Weight
(kg)
0.6
1.2
2.3
3.9
6.1
16.4
35

WLL Chain
Dimensions (mm)
Product
(tonnes) Size
Weight
(mm) L B C F G H M (kg)
Code
LKNG-16-8
8
16 252 49 30 28 33 43 27 5.5

Grab Hook, OG
Not for use with Berglok chain coupler
No reduction of working load limit, thanks to supporting
lugs on either side of hook to prevent chain link
deformation.

Swivel Latch Hook, LKN

Product Code
WLL Chain
Dimensions (mm)
Product
(tonnes) Size
(mm)
Code
L B C E
F G
LKN-7/8-8
2
7,8 155 29 28 36 12 18
LKN-10-8
3.2
10 192 36 37 42 15 23
LKN-13-8
5.4
13 234 40 43 48 19 28
LKN-16-8
8
16 286 53 57 61 22 33

H
23.5
30
35
44

Weight
(kg)
0.9
1.5
3
5.1

OG-7-8
OG-8-8
OG-10-8
OG-13-8
OG-16-8
OG-19/20-8
OG-22-8

WLL
Chain
(tonnes) Size
(mm)
1.5
7
2
8
3.2
10
5.4
13
8
16
12.5
19
15.5
22

Dimensions (mm)
L
B
E
60
10
15
72
10
16
85
12
20
104 15
25
130 19
28
156 22.5 36
180 25.5 42

F
9
10
12
16
19
23
26

Weight
(kg)
0.2
0.4
0.6
1.2
2.4
4.6
6.2

Safety factor 4:1

22

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Chain and Chain Fittings


Grab Hook, GG

Universal Weld-on Hook, UKN

Product Code
GG-7-8
GG-10-8
GG-13-8
GG-16-8
GG-19/20-8

WLL
(tonnes)

Chain
Size
(mm)
7
10
13
16
19

1.5
3.2
5.4
8
12.5

Dimensions (mm)
L
B
56
10
77
12
97
15
124
19
145
22.5

Weight
(kg)
0.3
0.8
1.5
2.8
4.8

Product
Code
UKN-0.75
UKN-1
UKN-2
UKN-3
UKN-4
UKN-5
UKN-8
UKN-10

WLL
(tonnes)
0.75
1
2
3
4
5
8
10

B
20
21
26
29
29
34
34
47

Dimensions (mm)
C
G
H
K
56 13 20 19
72 17 25 25
86 20 30 30
105 23 30 35
111 29 38 42
130 30 46 45
133 39 51 50
168 43 58 55

L
81,5
95
114
132
140
165
172
220

S
5
6
8
10
11
12
13
14

Weight
(kg)
0.3
0.6
1
1.3
1.9
2.8
3.7
6.3

If welding on to an excavator or its accessories we recommend that the working load limit
is reduced, where necessary, to meet any appropriate legislative requirements.
Please contact your distributor for further information.

Shortening Clutch, GKL


Excavator Hook, SHB

Can be supplied without safety latch

Product
Code
GKL-6-8
GKL-7-8
GKL-8-8
GKL-10-8
GKL-13-8
GKL-16-8

WLL
Chain
(tonnes) Size
(mm)
1.12
6
1.5
7
2
8
3.2
10
5.4
13
8
16

A
75
93
93
120
151
179

Dimensions (mm)
B
C
D
34 38 15
42 42 20
42 42 20
55 58 25
66 74 32
79 90 40

Weight
L
(kg)
53
0.3
66
0.5
65
0.5
84
1
103
2.4
122
3.4

Product
Code
SHB-14

WLL
(tonnes)
14

L
210

Dimensions (mm)
A B C G
H
8 50 223 42 60

K
60

S
20

Weight
(kg)
8.5

Shackle, SA

Choker Hook, LK
For use with Berglok chain coupler as end component

Product
Code
LK-7/8-8
LK-10-8
LK-13-8

WLL
(tonnes)
2
3.2
5.4

Chain
Size
(mm)
7,8
10
13

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Dimensions (mm)
L
B
E
96
19
32
120
21
42
150
26
52

Weight
(kg)
0.3
0.8
1.8

Product
Code
SA-7/8-8
SA-10-8
SA-13-8
SA-16-8
SA-19-8
SA-22-8
SA-26-8

WLL
Chain
(tonnes) Size
(mm)
2
7,8
3.2
10
5.4
13
8
16
11.5
19
15.5
22
21.6
26

L
30
52
65
72
86
94
116

Dimensions (mm)
B
D
G
15
8
20
24 13 35
28 16 42
30 18 46
36 22 55
40 25 62
48 32 75

M
10
16
20
22
27
30
39

Weight
(kg)
0.1
0.4
0.7
1
1.8
2.5
5.2

Safety factor 4:1


Safety factor 5:1
Welding plate slightly curved

23

Section Two

Not for use with Berglok chain coupler


No reduction of working load limit, thanks to supporting
lugs on either side of hook to prevent chain link
deformation

Chain and Chain Fittings


Clevis Shackle, GSA

Section Two

Product
Code
GSA-7/8-8
GSA-10-8
GSA-13-8
GSA-16-8

WLL Chain
(tonnes) Size
(mm)
2
7,8
3.2
10
5.4
13
8
16

Container Hook, CH-3

Dimensions (mm)
B
C G
L
32 79 34 60
34 93 40 80
50 118 44 98
60 141 54 114

A
36
48
65
70

M
16
20
22
27

Weight
(kg)
0.5
0.9
1.7
3

WLL
(tonnes)
2.5
4
8

E
75

Weight
(kg)
4

Container Hook, BKGC

Master Link, D

Product Code
D-14-8
D-17-8
D-22-8

WLL
Dimensions (mm)
Product
(tonnes)
Code
L
B H
F G
CH-3
12.5 192 70 46 25 47
CH-3 Turned 45 Ieft
12.5
CH-3 Turned 45 right 12.5

B
55
64
76

Dimensions (mm)
D
L
R
14
65
24
17
62
29
22
90
33

Weight
(kg)
0.3
0.5
1

Clevis Egg Link, CEL

Product
BKGC-13-8
BKGC-16-8

WLL
Chain
(tonnes) Size
(mm)
5.4
13
8
16

Dimensions (mm)
L
B
G
H
164 49
27
43
160 49
27
43

Weight
(kg)
3.2
3.4

Weldable Lifting Point, WLP


Can be supplied with or without spring for stay up function.

Product
Code
CEL-7/8-8
CEL-10-8
CEL-13-8
CEL-16-8

WLL Chain
(tonnes) Size
(mm)
2
7,8
3.2
10
5.4
13
8
16

A
80
100
130
157

Dimensions (mm)
B
G
H
40 14 15
50 18 19
65 23 25
78 28 30

L
100
126
162
197

Weight
(kg)
0.4
0.7
1.5
2.6

Screw-on Lifting Point, SLP

Product
Code
SLP-1T
SLP-3T
SLP-5T

WLL
(tonnes)
1
3
5

Dimensions (mm)
Weight
B
C
D
H
L M T
R
(kg)
50 72 14 98 55 M14 139 24
0.9
58 84 17 114 50 M16 144 29
1.4
64 116 22 160 74 M20 203 33
2.9

Safety factor 4:1


The load bearing width must be at least 0.5 x B
In 1-leg applications where loading is limited to straight loading in the
direction of thread (no bending force) it is possible to use an ELP with
four times higher WLL than shown in the table.

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Product
Code
WLP-1T
WLP-3T
WLP-5T

WLL
(tonnes)
1
3
5

B
50
58
64

Dimensions (mm)
D
G
L
R
14 27
53 24
17 34
48 29
22 41
73 33

T
95
97
135

Weight
(kg)
0.5
0.9
1.7

M
M16
M20
M24
M30
M36

Weight
(kg)
0.4
0.5
0.9
1.4
2.3

Eye Lifting Point, ELP

Product
Code
ELP-M16-8
ELP-M20-8
ELP-M24-8
ELP-M30-8
ELP-M36-8

WLL
(tonnes)
1
1.5
2
3
4

B
72
72
88
106
127

Dimensions (mm)
D
G
H
L
16
42
56
24
16
42
58
30
19
48
69
36
22
60
84
45
26
72 100 54

Note: Threaded depths need to be at least 1xM for steel, 1.25xM for
cast iron and 2xM for aluminium alloy.

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Chain and Chain Fittings


Examples Of Chain Sling Connections

Single Leg with Hook

Product Code
with G-Link
with Berglok

Two Leg Safety Hook

1-G-BK
1-BL-BK

2-G-BK
2-BL-BK

Three Leg with Hook

Four Leg with Hook

Product Code
with G-Link
with Berglok

DM STANDEN LTD

3-G-BK
3-BL-BK

4-G-BK
4-BL-BK

Section Two

Lifting is easier and more cost efficient with the use of Gunnebo Grade 80 chains and
attachments. Listed below are some of our more popular chain sling assemblies. Our staff are
also available to answer your queries on specialist lifting problems.
Two Leg with Hook
and Shortener

2-G-BK-OKF
2-BL-BK-OKF

Single Leg Choker


Assembly Hook

1-BL-LK

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Chain and Chain Fittings


Working Load Limits (tonnes)
Working limits at varying angles, maintenance/user instructions
1-Leg

Section Two

Straight Lifting
Chain Size (mm)
6
7
8
10
13
16
19
22
26
32

WLL (tonnes)
1.12
1.5
2.0
3.15
5.3
8.0
11.2
15.0
21.2
31.5

2-Leg

0.45
O-90
Factor 1.4
WLL (tonnes)
1.6
2.12
2.8
4.25
7.5
11.2
4.25
7.5
11.2
45.0

3-Leg

45.60
90.120
Factor 1.0
WLL (tonnes)
1.12
1.5
2.0
3.15
5.3
8.0
11.2
15.0
21.2
31.5

Asymmetric Loading Conditions


For unequally loaded chain slings we recommend that the
Working Load Limits be determined as follows:
2-leg slings calculated as the corresponding 1-leg slings
3-leg and 4-leg slings calculated as the corresponding
2-leg slings.
Severe Environment
Chain and components Grade G8 (T) must not be used in
alkaline or acidic conditions.
Comprehensive and regular examination must be carried
out when using Grade 8 (T) equipment in severe or
corrosion inducing environments. .

Advice for Safe Use and Maintenance


Use
Keep a register of all slings in use
Never lift with a twisted chain.
Chain slings should be shortened with a shortening
hook, never by knotting.
Protect the chain against sharp edges by proper
padding.
Never point load a hook - the load should always seat
correctly in the bowl of the hook.
Always use the correct size sling for the load, allowing
for the included angle and the possibility of unequal
loading.
The master link should always be able to move freely on
the crane hook.
Avoid snatch- loading at all times.

0.45
0-90
Factor 2.1
WLL (tonnes)
2.36
3.15
4.25
6.7
11.2
17.0
23.6
31.5
45.0
67.0

4-Leg

Choked and
less Sling

45-60
90-120
Factor 1.5
WLL (tonnes)
1.7
2.24
3.0
4.75
8.0
11.8
17.0
22.4
31.5
47.5

Factor 1.6
WLL (tonnes)
1.8
2.5
3.15
5.0
8.5
12.5
18.0
23.6
33.5
50.0

Extreme Temperature Conditions


For G8 chain slings the in-service temperature of the
whole or part of the chain sling affects the working limit as
follows:
Temperature
of Sling
-40 deg C to 200 deg C
+200 deg C to 300 deg C
+300 deg C to 400 deg C

Reduction In
Working Load Limit
None
10%
25%

Upon retum to normal temperature the sling reverts to its


full capacity. G8 slings should not be used above or below
these temperature limits.
Note: Hot dip galvanising or plating is not allowed outside
the control of the manufacturer.
Maintenance
Periodic thorough examination must be carried out at least
every 6 months or more frequently according to statutory
regulations, type of use and past experience.
1. Chains with bent links or with cracks or gouges in the
link should be replaced, as should deformed
components such as bent master links, opened up
hook and any fittings showing signs of damage.
2. The wear of the chain and components shall in place
exceed 10% of the original dimensions. The chain link
wear - max 10% - is defined as the reduction of the
mean diameter of the material measured in two
directions.
3. Overloaded chain slings must be taken out of service.

We stock Stainproof Grade 80 fittings from Gunnebo - your partner in safe lifting
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Chain and Chain Fittings

Section Two

Gunnebo Lifting GrabiQ


The all-inclusive chain sling system for coupling,
shortening and lifting in grade 10.
Our GrabiQ sling system is designed to improve and
make your lifting as quick and easy as possible.
GrabiQ means for example;
25 % additional strength in the new grade 10

material.
All top assemblies consist of no more than three

components.
Shortening function of chain legs is integral with no

extra components.
One of the main merits of the GrabiQ system is that the
work involved in connecting, adjusting and checking the
lift takes less time and can be carried out more easily.
The already included shortening function, means for
example, that a four-part sling which previously required
up to thirteen different top components now needs only
three in the GrabiQ system.
.
The German Berufsgenossenschaften (BG) launched in
the beginning of 2004 a new specification for Grade 10
components, Gunnebo Lifting has passed this new
specification as one of the first companies in the world

Innovative
News

The double latch BK-hook with a recessed trigger the safest self-locking hook in the market
Our latest development in the BK family is our new BKD. The hook has been
developed to meet the stringent requirements and demands in the oil & gas and
offshore industry. The working conditions and the environment on a
platform is the toughest in the world and they can't risk a failure since that
might harm the work engineers and in worst cases can jeopardise their lives.
The innovative and patent pending solution is as simple as it is good. If there for
any reason will be that the latch will accidentally become open, either by a
direct hit on the trigger or that the trigger has been worn out, an extra latch will
be there to keep the load in its place. The latch will not harm the operators during
service but might save their lives if something happens. The investment for this
special device is low, but the safety it provides is priceless. We are happy to
announce that we have following sizes ready for the market and that others will
follow during the coming year. BKD 13-10, BKD 16-10 and BKD 18/20-20.

DM STANDEN LTD

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Chain and Chain Fittings

Sling type

1-leg

3- and 4-leg

Section Two

45
max

60
max

Straight

0-45

45-60

1.4

Single point lift

Asymmetrical
load
1

1.5

1.5

1.5

45
max

60
max

45
max

60
max

0-45

45-60

Condition
of use
Load factor

Chain size

1.5 2.12

2.5

3.5 2.5 2.5 2.5

10

4.0

5.6

4.0

4.0

4.0

8.4

6.0

4.0

13

6.7

9.5

6.7

6.7

6.7

14.0

10.0

6.7

6.7

16

10.0

14.0

10.0

10.0

10.0 21.0

15.0

10.0

10.0

20

16.0 22.4

16.0

16.0

16.0

33.6 24.0

16.0

16.0

1 2.1

1.5

3.15 2.24
5.2

Asymmetrical
load
1

Single point lift

1.5

1.5

3.7 2.5 2.5


4.0


Sling type 1-leg
Choke hitch
Home pocket loop


1-leg
2-leg
3-leg
4-leg
2-leg

45
45
45
max
max
max


45
60

max
max


Note: Max 30 every in-loop topangle
Condition
Straight
0-45
45-60
Asymmetrical Single point lift
0-45
0-45
0-45

of use
load
max 30
max 30
max 30
max 30

Load factor
0.8
1.1
0.8
0.8
0.8
1
1.4 2.1 2.1

Chain size

6
1.2
1.6
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.5 2.12
3.15
3.15


8 2.0 2.7 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.5
3.5
5.2
5.2

10
3.2
4.4
3.2
3.2
3.2
4.0
5.6
8.4
8.4

13
5.2
7.4
5.3
5.3
5.3
6.7
9.5
14.0
14.0

16
8.0
11.0
8.0
8.0
8.0
10.0
14.0 21.0 21.0


20
12.8
17.6
12.8
12.8
12.8
-
-
-
Sling type

Basket slings
Single 2-leg top assembly

Condition
of use

0-45

Load factor

1.4

Chain size

Endless choke sling


Double 4-leg assembly

45-60

0-45

1.0 2.1

1.5

1.6

6 2.12

3.5 2.5

5.2

3.7

4.0

10

5.6

4.0

8.4

6.0

6.4

13

9.5

6.7

14.0

10.0

10.7

16

14.0

10.0 21.0

15.0

16.0

20

22.4

16.0

28

1.5

45-60

3.15 2.24 2.5

33.6 24.0 25.6

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Chain and Chain Fittings


Master Grab, MG

Chain, KLA (Grade 8 +or Grade 10)

WLL
(tonnes)

Product Code
KLA 6
KLA 8
KLA 10
KLA 13
KLA 16
KLA 20

1.5
2.5
4
6.5
10
16

Chain
Size
(mm)
6
8
10
13
16
20

Dimensions (mm)
P
W1
18
8
24
11
30
14
39
18
48
22
60
29

Weight
(kgs/m)

WLL
(tonnes)
Product Code
MG 6-10
MG 8-10
MG 10-10
MG 13-10
MG 16-10

1
1.7
2.6
4.5
6.6
9.4

Dimensions (mm)
A
B
85
60
95
60
115
75
138
90
162
105

L
145
171
211
261
310

1.5
2.5
4
6.7
10

Section Two

All-in-one compact top link

Weight
(kg)
0.5
1.0
1.8
3.5
5.8

H
15
18
22
26
30

Note! For chain grade 10 the maximum in service temperature is 200


No
0 C

Master Link, MFS

Master Grab Duo, MGD

Designed for crane hooks, DIN 15401

All-in-one compact top link for 2-leg slings

WLL
For chain size
(mm)
Product
(tonnes)
0-45 1-Leg 2-Leg 3/4-Leg
MFS 1310-10
7.5
13
10
8
10
16
13
10
MFS 1610-10
MFS 2016-10
17
20
18
13
MFS 2220-10
28

20
16
MFSW 2220-10
25

20
13

Dimensions
For crane
(mm)
hook
Weight
L
B
D
(kg) DIN 15401
200 125 22
1.8
12
220 135 25
2.7
12
240 175 32
4.5
16
350 175 38
7.6
25
320 225 38
9.5
50

WLL
0-45

(tonnes)

Product Code
MGD 6-10
MGD 8-10
MGD 10-10
MGD 13-10
MGD 16-10

2.1
3.5
5.6
9.1
14

L
144
171
211
262
310

Dimensions (mm)
A
B
90
60
100
75
124
90
148
105
175
120

Master Link, MF

Master Link, MT

For 1-,2-,3- and 4-leg slings

Designed for use with chain or wire rope


For 3- and 4-leg slings

H
17
21
24
29
35

Weight
(kg)
0.7
1.4
2.5
5
8.9

D
B

L
L1
l

WLL
Chain Size
(mm)
Product
(tonnes)
0-45 1-Leg 2-Leg 3/4-Leg
Code
MF 86-10
2.5
6.8
6

MF 108-10
4
10
8
6
MF 1310-10
7.5
13
10
8
MF 1613-10
10
16
13
10
MF 2016-10
17

20
13
MF 2220-10
25

16
Safety factor 4:1

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Dimensions
(mm)
Weight
L
B
D
(kg)
120 70 14
0.4
140 80 17
0.7
160 95 22
1.5
190 110 25
2.2
240 140 34
5.1
250 150 38
7.2

WLL
0_-45

Product
Code
MT 6-10
MT 8-10
MT 10-10
MT 13-10
MT 16-10
MT 20-10

Dimensions (mm)

(tonnes)
3.5
6.2
11.5
17
28
35

L1
270
300
360
450
500
550

L
150
160
200
250
300
350

B
90
95
120
150
200
200

D
19
22
30
40
50
55

I
120
140
160
200
200
250

b
70
80
95
120
120
150

d
14
17
22
30
32
38

Weight
(kg)
1.8
3.0
6.5
15
23
33

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Chain and Chain Fittings


Master Link, MFX

Master Link, MTX

Oversized
For 1- and 2-leg slings

Oversized
For 3- and 4-leg slings

Section Two

WLL
0_-45

WLL
0-45

Product Code
MFX 108-10
MFX 1310-10
MFX 1613-10
MFX 2016-10

Chain Size
Dimensions
(mm)
(mm)
(tonnes)
1-Leg 2-Leg
L
B
D
4
8,10
8
340 180 25
6.7
13
10
340 180 28
10
16
13
340 180 34
340 180 38
16
20
16

Weight
(kg)
3.7
4.7
7.0
89

Product
Code
MT 6-10
MT 8-10
MT 10-10
MT 13-10
MT 16-10
MT 20-10

Dimensions (mm)

(tonnes)
3.5
6.2
11.5
17
28
35

L1
270
300
360
450
500
550

L
150
160
200
250
300
350

B
90
95
120
150
200
200

C-Grab, CG

C-Lok Duo, CLD

For use with master links eye hooks and choke

For use with master links

WLL
(tonnes)
Product Code
CG 6-10
CG 8-10
CG 10-10
CG 13-10
CG 16-10

1.5
2.5
4
6.7
10

L
79
107
134
172
215

Dimensions (mm)
B
E
11
24
12
32
15
40
18
52
22
64

H
19
24
29
38
47

Weight
(kg)
0.3
0.8
1.5
3.2
6.1

Product Code
CLD 6-10
CLD 6-10
CLD 10-10
CLD 13-10
CLD 16-10

WLL
(tonnes)
0_-45
2.1
3.5
5.6
9.1
14

C-Grab Duo, CGD

For use with master links and choke

For use with master links

Product Code
CL 6-10
CL 8-10
CL 10-10
CL 13-10
CL 16-10

30

1.5
2.5
4
6.7
10

Dimensions (mm)
L
B
E
43
11
24
59
12
32
74
15
40
94
18
52
119
22
64

H
18
24
29
38
48

Weight
(kg)
0.2
0.5
0.9
2
3.8

Product Code
CGD 6-10
CGD 8-10
CGD 10-10
CGD 13-10
CGD 16-10

WLL
(tonnes)
0_-45

Safety factor 4:1

2.1
3.5
5.6
9.5
14

I
120
140
160
200
200
250

b
70
80
95
120
120
150

Dimensions (mm)
L
B
E
43
11
24
57
12
32
74
15
40
94
18
52
119
25
64

C-Lok, CL

WLL
(tonnes)

D
19
22
30
40
50
55

L
79
107
134
172
215

Dimensions (mm)
B
E
11
24
12
32
15
40
18
52
22
64

H
22
29
37
46
57

H
20
29
37
46
57

d
14
17
22
30
32
38

Weight
(kg)
1.8
3.0
6.5
15
23
33

Weight
(kg)
0.3
0.8
1.5
3.2
6

Weight
(kg)
0.5
1.3
2.5
5.5
10.2

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Chain and Chain Fittings


Coupling link G

Product Code
G 6-10
G 8-10
G 10-10
G 13-10
G 16-10
G 20-10

1.5
2.5
4.0
8.7
10
18

Dimensions (mm)
L
B
G
45
15
8
56
18
9
68
25
12
89
29
15
104
36
19
125
43
26

E
16
22
26
33
40
47

Weight
(kg)
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.7
1.2
2.2

Sling Hook with latch EGKN, without latch EGK

WLL
(tonnes)
Product Code
EGKN 6-10
EGKN 8-10
EGKN 10-10
EGKN 13-10
EGKN 16-10
EGKN 20-10

L
86
95
121
145
170
209

1.5
2.5
4.0
5.7
10
18

Dimensions (mm)
B
G
27
17
31
17
41
23
49
28
59
36
73
42

E
20
22
30
38
45
60

Weight
(kg)
0.4
0.5
1.0
2.0
3.8
7.8

Safety hook OBK

WLL
(tonnes)
Product Code
OBK 6-10
OBK 7/8-10
OBK 10-10
OBK 13-10
OBK 16-10

1.5
2.5
4
6.7
10

L
103
139
170
206
251

WLL
(tonnes)
Product Code
CG 8-10
CG 10-10
CG 13-10
CG 16-10
CG 20-10

Dimensions
(mm)
L
B
57
10.5
83
12
97
16
124
20
147
26

2.5
4
6.7
10
16

Section Two

WLL
(tonnes)

Grab hook GG

Weight
(kg)
0.4
0.8
1.7
3.1
6.8

Sling hook with latch EKN, withoutVlatch EK

WLL
(tonnes)
Product Code
EKN 6-10
EKN 7/8-10
EKN 10-10
EKN 13-10
EKN 16-10

1.5
2.5
4
6.7
10

L
94
108
134
166
203

Dimensions (mm)
B
E
F
G
24 22 10 17
28 28 13 17
37 34 15 23
42 44 19 28
50 56 24 36

H
20
23
30
38
45

Weight
(kg)
0.4
0.8
1.0
2.1
4.0

Safety hook GBK

Dimensions (mm)
B
E
F
G
9 14
26 22
37 28 10 20
47 34 13 22
54 44 15 37
68 56 19 29

H
17
22
29
37
45

Weight
(kg)
0.4
0.8
1.3
2.6
4.4

WLL
(tonnes)
Product Code
GBK 6-10
GBK 8-10
GBK 10-10

1.5
2.5
4

Dimensions (mm)
LB
G
H
15
87
21
26
20
119
22
37
21
150
30
47

GBK 13-10
GBK 16-10

6.7
10

172
207

54
62

30
37

39
49

Weight
(kg)
0.4
0.8
1.3
2.4
4.3

Safety factor 4:1

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Chain and Chain Fittings


Swivel safety hook with griplatch LBK

Swivel safety hook with griplatch LKBK


With ball-bearing

Section Two

Product
Code
LKBK 7/8-10
LKBK 10-10
LKBK 13-10
LKBK 16-10

WLL
(tonnes)
2.5
4
6.7
10

Dimensions (mm)
L
176
213
236
320

B
37
47
54
62

C
27
36
47
61

E
38
42
48
61

F
12
15
19
23

G
17
21
30
37

Weight
(kg)

H
25
30
39
49

0.8
1.8
3.8
6.0

Product
Code
LBK 7/8-10
LBK 10-10
LBK 13-10
LBK 16-10

WLL
(tonnes)
2.5
4
6.7
10

Dimensions (mm)
L
176
213
235
324

B
37
47
54
62

C
27
36
47
68

E
38
42
48
61

F
12
15
19
23

G
17
21
30
37

H
25
30
39
49

G
15
17
21
30
37
44

H
21
25
30
39
49
64

Weight
(kg)
0.8
1.8
3.8
6.0

Safety Hook, BKL

Safety Hook, BKLK


With ball-bearing

32
WLL
(tonnes)
Product Code
BKLK-10
BKLK 7/8-10
BKLK 10-10
BKLK 13-10
BKLK 16-10
BKLK 20-10

1 5.
2.5
4
6.7
10
16

L
150
184
218
281
339
367

B
29
37
45
54
62
73

Dimensions (mm)
C
E
F
24 33 11
27 38 12
35 42 15
45 48 19
63 61 22
59 74 26

G
15
17
21
30
37
44

H
21
25
30
39
49
64

Weight
(kg)
0.7
1.2
1.9
3.8
7.2
11.3

Safety Hook, BKG

1.5
2.5
4
6.5
10
15

Product Code
BKL 6-10
BKL 7/8-10
BKL 10-10
BKL 13-10
BKL 16-10
BKL 20-10

1 5.
2.5
4
6.7
10
16

L
149
183
218
280
343
367

B
29
37
45
54
62
73

Dimensions (mm)
C
E
F
24 33 15
27 38 17
35 42 21
45 48 30
63 61 37
59 74 44

Weight
(kg)
0.5
0.9
1.5
2.8
5.6
8.3

Safety Hook, BK

WLL
(tonnes)
Product Code
BKG 6-10
BKG 8-10
BKG 10-10
BKG 13-10
BKG 16-10
BKG 20-10

WLL
(tonnes)

L
91
121
142
180
225
240

Dimensions (mm)
B
G
28
15
37
17
45
30
54
32
62
39
73
42

H
21
25
30
39
49
64

Weight
(kg)
0.5
0.9
2.1
3.0
5.7
8.3

WLL
(tonnes)
Product Code
BKG 6-10
BKG 8-10
BKG 10-10
BKG 13-10
BKG 16-10
BKG 20-10

1.5
2.5
4
6.7
10
16

L
109
137
168
207
253
290

Dimensions (mm)
B
E
F
G
29 22 10 15
37 28 11 17
45 34 13 21
54 44 16 30
62 56 20 37
73 60 22 44

H
21
25
30
39
49
64

Weight
(kg)
0.5
0.9
1.5
2.8
5.6
8.3

Safety factor 4:1

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Chain and Chain Fittings

WLL
(tonnes)
Product Code
OKE 7/8-10
OKE 10-10
OKE 13-10
OKE 16-10

L
123
151
184
217

2.5
4
6.7
10

Dimensions (mm)
B
E
F
G
63 28 11.5 20
76 34 15 26
90 44 19 33
102 55 23 40

H
26
29
39
45

Section Two

Foundry hook OKE

Weight
(kg)
0.7
1.3
2.8
4.9

RH - The perfect polyester hook and shackle - the ultimate connection between polyester slings and the load.
The RH-hook is the perfect load connection solution combining the advantages of both soft lifting slings and grade 100
components and will, in many lifting applications, replace the "time consuming" "shackles. RH is a connector as well as a hook
which gives the user increased flexibility, safer use and adds lifetime to the soft slings.
RH-hook can, at any time, be inserted into the soft sling and give a safer and quicker assembly than a shackle and will be the
ideal solution when you want to increase the use of your soft slings without jeopardising the safety of your personnel and goods.

Roundsling hook RH

WLL
(tonnes)
Product Code
RH 1-10
RH 2-10
RH 3-10
RH 5-10

Midgrab shortener MIG

1
2
3
5

B
24
28
33
43

Dimensions (mm) Weight


D
L
H
M (kg)
0.4
35 84 19 8
0.7
40 96 22 10
1.4
47 117 30 12
73 155 36 16.5 3.2

Locking options for the MIG


WLL
(tonnes)
Product Code
MIG 8-10
MIG 10-10
MIG 13-10

2.5
4.0
6.7

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L
95
125
150

Dimensions (mm)
A
S
80
50
77
70
80
90

Weight
(kg)
0.7
1.1
2.6

MIG C

MIG CC

Safety factor 4:1

MIG L

MIG LC

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Chain and Chain Fittings


Rotating Lifting Point, RLP

Section Two

Patented design makes it suitable for applications where


a conventional lifting point would not be fully adequate.
Intended for use as a lifting point, lashing point or
towing attachment.
Dismountable open D-ring enables assembly of
round sling, master link, link or hook directly onto RLP.
Hexagon-headed screw for easy assembly/disassembly
with an ordinary wrench.
RLP can rotate 360 and articulate 180.
Forged in Grade 8+ material permits higher WLL than
Grade 8 and DIN 580 eyebolts.

WLL
Dimensions (mm)
Product
(tonnes)
Weight
Code
L1/L2 M
B
D
G
H
(kg)
RLP M8-8+
0.3
15/26 M8 42
12
35
60
0.3
RLP M10-8+ 0.5
20/31 M10 42
12
34
60
0.3
RLP M12-8+ 0.75 19/40 M12 57
19 46.5 85
0.9
RLP M16-8+ 1.5
24/50 M16 57
19
44
85
0.9
RLP M20-8+ 2.5
32/67 M20 83
28
56 111
2.8
RLP M24-8+ 3.5
37/77 M24 83
28
53 111
2.8
Note: Threaded depths need to be at least 1xM for steel, 1.25xM for
cast iron and 2xM for aluminium alloy.

Working Load Limits for Rotating Lifting Point, RLP

No. of Legs
Load Factor
RLP-M8-8+
RLP-M10-8+
RLP-M12-8+
RLP-M16-8+
RLP-M20-8+
RLP-M24-8+

1
0
0,60
1,00
1,50
3,00
5,00
7,00

1
90
1
0,30
0,50
0,75
1,50
2,50
3,50

2
0
1,20
2,00
3,00
6,00
10,00
14,00

2
90
2
0,60
1,00
1,50
3,00
5,00
7,00

2 Symmetric
0-45
45-60
1.4
1
0,42
0,30
0,70
0,50
1,00
0,75
2,10
1,50
3,50
2,50
4,90
3,50

3 and 4 Symmetric
0-45
45-60
2.1
1.5
0,63
0,45
1,05
0,75
1,60
1,13
3,15
2,35
5,25
3,75
7,35
5,25

Safety factor 4:1


The WLL of the RLP may be doubled in 1-leg applications provided
only axial loading takes place (no bending force applied in the
direction of the thread).

GrabiQ ... INNOVATION not limitation


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Synthetic Ropes

Section Three

Synthetic Ropes

Well known nationally as the Rope Centre, DM Standen Ltd is one of New Zealands premier
distributors of ropes, braids and twines made both from natural fibre and man-made products.
Ropes may be purchased in full coils or reels, or we will supply and cut to any length required.
Alternatively a full splicing service is available to meet your requirements.

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Synthetic Ropes
Polypropylene Laid Rope

Nylon Ropes

Thin tapes of polypropylene which are then twisted into


yarn, then into strands and finally into rope. Polyprop is an
inexpensive all purpose rope.

Nylon is the strongest of the man made fibres in common


use. It has excellent shock absorbtion, is not affected by
wide variations in temperature, and is very elastic,
stretching up to 46% before breaking. Due to its high
stretch, however, it is prone to internal stretch abrasion
(which is caused as the fibres scissor over one another
as the rope extends and contracts) with hard use. Nylon
is 1.14 times more dense than water and therefore sinks.
Nylon makes an excellent anchor warp and light towing
rope. It has other applications where a high strength shock
resistant rope is required. Nylon rope has a shiny white
appearance and when new, an oily feel.

Advantages/Characteristics

Section Three

Made from Polypropylene


Good abrasion resistance.
Impervious to water, petroleum products, dilute acids
and alkalais.
Value for money(price relative to high strength and light
weight).
Polypropylene laid rope is treated with UV inhibitor to
improve its UV resistance.

Uses
Many general purposes
Ideal for towing and temporary mooring ropes because
it floats.
Because of the low cost, polypropylene products are
sometimes used for anchor warps. However, although
normally satisfactory, this practise may be hazardous
because of the ropes floating characteristic. It is
recommended sinking ropes be used for anchor warps.

Sizes and Breaking Loads


Dia (mm)
3
4
5
6
7
8
10
12
14
16
20
24

Breaking Load (kg)


160
280
390
550
740
960
1425
2030
2790
3500
5370
7600

Advantages/Characteristics
High elasticity - stretches up to 46% before breaking.
Medium abrasion and U.V resistance. (Slightly less
resistance than polyester.)
Excellent shock absorbtion.
Sinks in water.
Strongest of all conventional synthetic ropes.

Uses
Light and heavy tow ropes (possible because of
excellent shock absorption).
Anchor and mooring ropes (because of high elasticity)

Sizes and Breaking Loads


Dia (mm)
6
8
10
12
14
16
20
24

Breaking Load (kg)


750
1350
2080
3000
4100
5300
8300
12000

Larger sizes are available on request

Larger sizes are available on request

Polyester Laid Rope


Polyester rope is generally considered to be the best all
purpose rope as it has a high resistance to abrasion and
at normal working loads very little stretch. When new it has
a dull white colour and it is 1.38 times more dense than
water and therefore sinks. Polyester is ideal for lifting gear
and for all other ropes where minimum stretch and a good
resistance to abrasion are required.

Construction
Manufactured with a 3 strand hawser laid construction.

Advantages/Characteristics

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Low stretch.
High strength and high breakload.
Very high UV and abrasion resistance (superior to nylon)
Resistant to most chemicals - both acidic and alkaline.
Non-floating.

Uses

General purposes.
Heavy towing.
Running rigging-yachting sheets and halyards.
Anchor warps and mooring lines.

Sizes and Breaking Loads


Dia (mm)
6
8
10
12
14
16
20
24

Breaking Load (kg)


565
1020
1590
2270
3180
4100
6300
9100

Larger sizes are available on request

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Synthetic Ropes
SUPERDAN (Multiplat) 8-Strand Rope

HI-MAN Rope

For Towing and Mooring Applications

This rope is made by a special way of extrusion and it


affords superiority where ultra high breaking strength as
well as super abrasion resistance are required.
Higher breaking strength than conventional PP rope
Super abrasion resistance
Lower elongation and better creep resistance
More stable under dynamic loading condition.
UV stability
Durability
It has been much better breaking strength by about 32%
than BS specification conventional polypropylene rope.
HI-MAN 8-strand has been designed specifically for marine
applications giving great strength, excellent flexibility high
shock absorption capacity and a better grip.

HI-MAN 3-Strand Rope


HI-MAN Rope
Nominal
Size - Dia
(mm)

Weight
(kg)

Min.
Breaking
Load
(ton)

8
9
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
45
48
50
55
60
65
70
75
80

6.00
7.70
9.50
13.40
18.20
23.80
30.10
37.10
45.00
53.30
62.70
72.80
83.50
95.00
107.0
120.00
134.00
148.00
167.00
188.00
218.20
232.00
281.00
334.00
392.00
455.00
522.00
594.00

1.10
1.32
1.57
2.23
2.90
3.70
4.60
5.50
6.50
7.60
8.80
10.10
11.40
12.80
14.40
16.10
17.70
19.40
21.40
24.30
27.20
29.30
34.80
41.20
48.00
55.50
63.50
72.00

Polypropylene Rope

Weight
(kg)

Min
Breaking
Load
(ton)

6.0
7.70
9.50
13.40
18.20
23.80
30.10
37.10
45.00
53.30
62.70
72.80
83.50
95.00
107.00
120.00
134.00
148.00
167.00
188.00
218.20
232.00
281.00
334.00
392.00
455.00
522.00
594.00

0.83
1.02
1.24
1.80
2.40
3.00
3.80
4.50
5.60
6.50
7.50
8.50
9.90
11.00
12.40
13.70
15.10
16.70
18.50
20.70
23.10
25.50
30.00
35.50
41.00
47.00
53.50
60.50

Size
AS4142.2
(No)
24
28
32
40
48
56
64
72
80
88
96

Nominal Size
- Dia
(mm)
28
32
38
50
60
70
80
90
100
110
120

Weight
per 220M
(kg)
57
78
102
174
252
343
448
568
702
849
1010

Min Breaking
Load
(ton)
10.0
14.5
18.5
28.4
39.8
52.8
68.2
85.8
105.6
127.6
149.6

Manila Ropes
Manila is a dried natural fibre therefore environmentally
friendly. It has high strength (stronger than sisal) for a
natural fibre and low elongation (20% stretch at breaking
point, lower than all man made fibres. A 3-ply medium lay
twist construction is used. Manila is easily handled and
spliced and sinks in water.
Nominal Size - Dia
(mm)

Min. Breaking Load


(kg)

6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
24
26
28
32
36
40
48

260
480
630
950
1280
1800
2160
2870
4050
4680
5410
6930
8630
10430
14450

Length
(mm)

All sizes of Manila


rope are sold in cut
lengths or coils of
220 metres

Always use the right rope for the right job

Climbing nets, pilot ladders, tug-of-war


ropes, safety nets

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Section Three

What is HI-MAN Rope?

Synthetic Ropes
Southern Ocean Break Strain Chart
Average Break Loads
Rope
Diameter
(mm)

Challenge
Yachtmaster
Braid
SpectraBraid
XS
(kg)
(kg)
(kg)

PBO Elite SuperBraid


(kg)
(kg)

Section Three

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30

2700

7100

Dinghy
Racing
(kg)

Dinghy
Line
(kg)

Dockline
(kg)

Ocean12
(kg)

55O
700
1200
163O
20OO
36OO

295
470
735
1100
1570

1195

66O
1170

1270

32OO

1650

2110

2260

68OO

4950

2890

2695

34OO

11000

8100
10400
119OO
14200
16400
20200
232OO
25600
28400
32300

5985
7600
94OO
10350
12000
14800
18400
20400
21900
23500

4570
4720
5530
6330
7240
8600
9800

352O
4620

5000
7300
8000
8670
10700
12860
152OO
17800
20600
23600

165OO
212OO
273OO

2110
3110
3670
4460
6370

4600

Southern
Lights
(kg)

1500
2000
3100
4200

Spectra
Solo
(kg)

1450
2800

1595

6600
4300
5800

10100
12800
17200
23000

7660
8800
10750
12400
15200
18700
20700
23100
25900
29800

Southern Ocean Application Chart


t
r Co
ntro
Gen
l
Cunnoa/Jib
ingh
am
Spin
nake
r Ha
lyard
Spin
nake
r Sh
eet
Afte
r Gu
y/Br
ace
Spin
Toppnaker P
ing L ole
ift
Spin
Fore naker P
Guy ole
Spin
Barbnaker/G
er
en
Runn hauler oa
Purc ing Ba
ckst
ha
ay
Top se
ast B
Conm
trol acks
tay
Lazy
Jack
Line
Anch
or W
arp
Dock
Line
Ding
hy P
ainte
r
Ding
hy S
heet
Line
Ding
s
Line hy Cont
rol
s

Shee

6
6
7-8
8-10
10-12
12-14
14-16

Geno

3-4 4-5
4-5
6
5-6
6
6-8
8
8-10 10
10
12
10 12-14

a Ca

Haly
ard

Geno

a/Jib

am

Geno

a/Jib

Outh

ingh

Cunn

sail
Main

Reefi

ng L

ines

aul

velle
t

t Tra

shee
Main

shee

Haly
ard

Main

Main

PRODUCT

APP

LICA
TION

Where more than one product is suitable for the purpose BLUE indicates the most suitable and GREY the next best alternative. In some instances a combination of both may be desirable.

Challenge Braid
Vectran

SuperBraid
Vectran

SpectraSpeed
Spectra

Yachtmaster XS
Polyester

Brights
Polyester

Dinghy Racing
Spectra/Polypropylene

Southern Lights*
Spectra/Polypropylene

Dinghy Light
Polypropylene

Nylon Dockline
Nylon Rope
Polyester Rope
Boat Rope*
Polypropylene

Boat Size (m)


2-4
4-6
6-8
8-10
10-12
12-14
14-16

Product Diameter (mm)


4-5
5-6
6-8
8-10
10-12
12-14
12-14

4-8
5-8
6-8
8-10
10
10-12
12-14

6
6-8
8-10
10-12
10-12
12-14
14-16

6
8
10
10-12
12-14
14

4
5
6-8
8-10
10
12
12-14

3
3-4
4-5
6
6-8
8-10
8-10

3
4-5 4-5
4
4-6
6
5
6
6-8
6
8
6-8
8 8-10 8-10
8 10-12 8-12
10 12-14 10-12

7-8
8-10
10
10-12
12-14

4-5
5-6
6
8
8-10
10
10-12

4-5 3-4
5
4-5
6
5-6
6-8
6
8-10 6-8
10
8
12 8-10

6-8
8
8-10
10-12
12-14

5
6
6
8
8

4
6
6
6
6

6
8
10
12
14
14-16
16-20

6
8
10
12
14
14-16
16

4-6
4-8

2-5
2-6

10-12
10-12
10-12
10-12
10-12

Note: Sizes indicated are an approximate guide only. Variation on the type of yacht (cruiser, cruiser racer, high tech racer) and factors such as displacement, righting moment, sail
area and rig types will produce different load characteristics. As a general rule Challenge Braid and SuperBraid can be the smaller of the diameters shown.
Note: Ensure that the line is of sufficient diameter to avoid slippage on self tailing winches, cleats and jammers. * Brand is bouyant when wet

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Synthetic Ropes
Where a length of rope has a certain proportion of its
length in frequent contact with a working surface such
as a sheave, change the rope end-for end occassionally
- or alter its length so that the wear is evenly distributed.
In this way, as with swapping around the tyres in a car,
you will get longer and more reliable service from your
cordage.

Knots
Know Your Ropes. Tips!!
Synthetic ropes are much more slippery than their
natural fibre counterparts and knots can sometimes
slip. Allow plenty ot extra tail in synthetic rope knots to
compensate for this. Polypropylene is the fibre that
shows least slippage and polyethylene shows the most.

Italian Hitch
Used with a carabiner
to control a descent.

Blakes Hitch

Section Three

One of the ropes worst enemies is direct sunlight. This


can make outer fibres brittle and cause serious damage
in small sized ropes if left exposed for very long periods.
This effect is most noticed in polypropylene.

Prusik Loop
Used to self belay when using
the foot-lock it allows the
climber to rest during the ascent

Whipping
It is important that a whipping shall be
put on any bore end of a rope in order
to prevent the unlaying of the strands

Bowline
The Bowline is the most popular knot
for making a reliable temporary eye.
A running bowline is useful for
hauling a person aloft or over the
side, with the short bight under their
arms and the long bight under their
seat

Clove Hitch
A most useful hitch for general
purposes, but it will not resist a
sideways pull

Eye Splice

Handling
Coiling rope (braided, plaited or
3-strand) puts turns in it that can
cause kinking. To help avoid kinking, form a line into a figure eight
for storage or tape down on a deck
so it will then run free

The Common Whipping


Bowline Knot

Clove Hitch of the End

Figure Eight Knot


A useful non-jamming knot
which prevents a rope from
unreeving through a block or
fairlead

Halyard Coil
Sheet Bend
To secure a ropes end to an eye
or a small rope to a larger one

Running Bowline

Surgeons Knot
Double
Fishermans Knot
Normally used to tie
two ropes of equal
size together.

French Bowline

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Clove Hitch on the Bight

Sheet Bend or Swab Hitch

Sea Gasket Coil

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General Hardware

General Hardware

Section Four
An exclusive range of rigging fittings and associated hardware products are available both from our
authorised distributors or from our warehouse. Our products are sourced from reputable local and
overseas manufacturers and suppliers. They are then subjected to our own strict in house testing and
evaluation procedures. With our uncompromising policy of only carrying and supplying quality products
at quality prices our company has complete confidence in our range of fittings .

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General Hardware
Shackles

Commercial Shackles

Shackles are available in two types either untested


inexpensive commercial grade or tested and certified with
stamped safe working load meeting British Standard or
US Federal specification. All these shackles are available in
either a galvanised or self colour finish, in Ds or Bow type.
Test certification is available where appropriate.

These shackles are available hot dipped galvanised and


self colour untested and inexpensive they are not designed
to be used in lifting applications.
Dimensions (mm)

Trawl, stainless steel and special shackles are also


available.

Alloy Steel Shackles - Hi Load

WLL
(tonnes)
0.33
0.50
0.75
1.0
1.50
2.0
3.25
4.75
6.50
8.50
9.50
12.0
13.5
17.0
25.0
35.0
42.5
55.0
85.0
120.0

Bow
D
5
7
9
10
11
13.5
16
19
22
25
28
32
35
38
45
50
57
65
75
90

Body and pin high tensile steel, quenched and tempered.


6 times WLL= min breaking load
Galvanised
Generally to US Federal Specification RR-C-271

Pin
d
6
8
10
11
13
16
19
22
25
28
32
35
38
42
50
57
65
70
80
95

Dimensions (mm)
Inside
Inside Length
Width
Chain Anchor
a
C
C
9.5
19
22
12
25
29
13.5
27
32
17
31
36.5
18.5
37
43
22
43
51
27
51
64
31
59
76
36
73
83
43
85
95
47
90
108
51
94
115
57
115
133
60
127
146
74
149
178
83
171
197
95
190
222
105
203
254
127
230
330
146
267
381

Width
Bow
2r
16
20
21
26
29
32
43
51
58
68
75
83
92
99
126
138
160
180
190
238

Body Dla
d
6
9
12
15
19
22
25
28
31
34
38
41
44
47
50
54
57

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Dimensions (mm)
Pin Dla
Inside Length
D
L
9
25
12
38
15
54
19
63
22
73
25
82
28
95
31
104
34
114
38
127
44
136
47
146
50
155
54
177
57
187
60
196
63
209

W
10
12
16
19
22
25
29
32
37
44
50

R
19
24
30
36
44
49
57
60
77
87
97

Weight
(kg)
0.03
0.04
0.07
0.11
0.17
0.28
0.34
0.85
1.36
1.93
2.61

Weight
Screw
Safety
Pin
Pin
(kg)
(kg)
0.02

0.06
0.07
0.11
0.13
0.15
0.17
0.21
0.25
0.37
0.44
0.65
0.79
1.06
1.26
1.56
1.88
2.32
2.78
3.28
3.87
4.51
5.26
5.93
6.94
7.89
8.79
13.40
14.99
18.85
20.65
26.06
29.01
37.86
41.05
58.68
62.24

110.0

Test certificates for large dee shackles,


tested and stamped with SWL, are
available on request.

High Tensile Steel Shackles - BS 3032


SWL
(tonnes)
0.25
0.5
0.75
1.5
2.0
3.0
3.75
5.0
6.0
7.0
9.5
11.25
13.0
14.25
16.25
16.0
20.00

T
5
6
8
10
11
12
14
19
22
25
29

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Material:
Safety Factor:
Finish:
Standard:

S
5
6
8
10
11
12
14
16
19
22
25

Inside Wldth
W
12
19
28
31
38
44
50
54
60
66
70
76
82
92
98
104
108

Larger sizes available


all sizes up to 3.75T available in galvanised as well
as self colour.

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Turnbuckles Eye - Jaw

Galvanised Turnbuckles

generally to ASTM F1145-92


Material: drop forged high tensile steel SAE 1035 or 1045
Safety factor: MBL equals 5 x WLL
Standard: generally to ASTM F1145-92
formally U.S. Federal Specification FF-T-791b
Finish: hot dipped galvanized

working
load
limit

diameter

take

a
tons

inches

Section Four

0.54
1
1
1
1.59
1.59
1.59
2.36
2.36
2.36
2.36
3.27
3.27
4.54
4.54
4.54
4.54
6.9
6.9
6.9
9.71
9.71
9.71
12.7
12.7
16.78
27.22
34.02

/8
1
/2
1
/2
1
/2
5
/8
5
/8
5
/8
3
/4
3
/4
3
/4
3
/4
7
/8
7
/8
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2

/4
/4
1
/4
1
/2
1
/2
1
/2
3
/4
3
/4
1

/2
/4

inches

6
6
9
12
6
9
12
6
9
12
18
12
18
6
12
18
24
12
18
24
12
18
24
18
24
24
24
24

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

mm

kg

8
9.5
9.5
9.5
13
13
13
15.5
15.5
15.5
15.5
19
19
22
22
22
22
29
29
29
35
35
35
41
41
51
57
70

8
10
10
10
13
13
13
16
16
16
16
18
18
20
20
20
20
25
25
25
27
27
27
33
33
39
39
42

21
25
25
25
33
33
33
41
41
41
41
48
48
54
54
54
54
67
67
67
80
80
80
90
90
108
143
156

9
12
12
12
14
14
14
17
17
17
17
20
20
22
22
22
22
29
29
29
32
32
32
38
38
45
51
57

13
18
18
18
21
21
21
25
25
25
25
31
31
36
36
36
36
45
45
45
54
54
54
60
60
69
79
83

28
36
36
36
43
43
43
53
53
53
53
59
59
74
74
74
74
88
88
88
105
105
105
119
119
146
165
178

65
80
80
80
98
98
98
113
113
113
113
118
118
155
155
155
155
197
197
197
215
215
215
254
254
308
344
381

0.51
0.89
1.10
1.31
1.58
1.84
2.22
2.34
2.72
2.95
3.30
4.35
5.46
4.66
6.35
7.98
7.39
10.92
11
12.9
13.1
14.7
17.8
22.3
27.5
42.9
68
91

302
338
414
490
394
470
546
432
508
584
737
625
778
524
676
829
980
760
912
1064
823
975
1128
1060
1213
1315
1486
1562

416
452
585
719
508
641
775
546
679
813
1080
854
1121
638
905
1172
1437
989
1255
1521
1052
1318
1585
1403
1670
1772
1943
2019

13
16
16
16
18
18
18
23
23
23
23
27
27
30
30
30
30
44
44
44
52
52
52
59
59
64
75
89

22
26
26
26
33
33
33
38
38
38
38
44
44
52
52
52
52
73
73
73
70
70
70
85
85
93
114
110

Thimbles

Swivels

Available in commercial grade or


British standard heavy duty.
Hot dipped galvanised. Sizes
range from 3mm to 40mm

Swivels are used for marine, logging and engineering


applications. Available in various sizes and capacities either
plain or ball bearing. Some models available with test
certification. Check with our sales staff for details.

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Made from mild steel material. Metric threads available in


eye and eye or hook and eye. Sizes range from 5mm to
24mm.

Trawl Swivels
Replaceable thrust bearings for full
service ability
All steel construction for extra strength
Regreasable for longer life
Bronze bushing for less shaft wear
Fits hammer locks and shackles for
greater versatility
Tested to near destruction at 5:1 safety ratio
All swivels batch numbered.

Size
1.5
3.0
6.0
10.0
12.0

Dimensions (mm)
SWL Bearing
(tonnes) Type
A
B
C
D
1.5
Ball
100
22 44.5 19.0
3.0
Ball
132
26 65.0 24.6
6.0
Ball
153
36 75.0 33.5
10.0
Roller
174
46 90.0 36.0
12.0
Roller
186
46
100 36.0

Hammer
Lock
No
GF10
GF13
GF16/GF18-20
GF22
GF22

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Galvanised Snap Hooks with Eye


Eye Hooks

Zinc plated complete with eyelet. Not to be used for lifting.

Large eye hooks are suitable for use with thimbles on wire
rope slings or shackles. Eye hooks are stamped and tested
with SWL and supplied complete with safety catches.
Overall
Length
(mm)
4.3
4.9
5.5
6.5
7.8

Eye
Internal Dia
(mm)
0.75
1.0
1.1
1.3
1.6

Overall Length
(mm)
60
80
100
120

Collared Eyebolts DIN 580

Eyebolts
Available in DIN 580 or BS4278, in metric or Whitworth
thread. Some other non-preferred sizes are also held in
stock.

Thread
Size
M10
M12
M14
M16
M20
M22
M24
M27
M30
M33
M36
M39
M42
M48

d2
25
30
35
35
40
45
50
50
65
65
75
75
85
100

d3
45
54
63
63
72
81
90
90
108
108
126
126
144
166

Dimensions (mm)
d4
e
h
25
8
45
30
10
53
35
12
62
35
12
62
40
14
71
45
16
80
50
18
90
50
18
90
60
22
109
60
22
109
70
26
128
70
26
128
80
30
147
90
35
168

k
10
12
14
14
16
18
20
20
24
24
28
28
32
38

I
17
20.5
27
27
30
35
36
38
45
45
54
54
63
68

Max
Load
(kg)
230
340
490
700
1200
1500
1800
2500
3600
4300
5100
6100
5000
8600

Metric Collar Eyebolts


BS4278 smaller eye in metric or Whitworth threads.
SWL
Thread
(tonnes) size
0.40
M12
0.80
M16
1.60
M20
2.50
M24
4.00
M30
6.30
M36
8.00
M42
10.00
M48
12.50
M52
16.00
M56
20.00
M64
25.00
M72

B
22
29
40
52
65
82
90
101
115
128
144
162

Dimensions (mm)
E
F
G
15
9
20
20
12
26
27
16
36
35
21
46
44
26
58
54
32
72
60
36
80
68
40
90
76
46
102
86
51
114
96
58
128
108
65
144

H
18
23
32
40
51
63
70
79
89
100
112
126

Weight
(kg)
0.07
0.16
0.44
0.86
1.66
3.17
6.00
9.00
9.00
13.00
17.5
31.00

Drop Forged Standard Eyenut


Available in metric threads. Has large eye. Material En50
normalised. Not to be used for inclined lifting.

SWL Thread
(tonnes) Size
0.20
M8
0.30
M10
0.50
M12
0.50
M14
0.80
M16
1.00
M18
120
M20
1.60
M22
2.20
M24

B
9
13
13
13
13
16
16
16
19

C
22
29
29
29
29
38
38
38
44

Dimensions (mm)
D
E
F
14
25
43
19
44
78
19
44
78
19
44
78
19
44
78
29
48
86
29
48
86
29
48
86
35
54
105

G
13
22
22
22
22
26
26
26
38

Weight
(kg)
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.3
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.8

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WLL
(tonne)
0.75
1.0
1.5
2.0
3.0

Size
(mm)
6
8
10
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Wire Rope Grips

US Type (Drop Forged Steel Case)

Wire rope grips provide a simple and fast cost effective way
of making a thimble eye or loop termination. These grips
range from commercial grade electro galvanised, heavy
duty, hot dipped galvanised or US Federal Specification, or
stainless steel grade 304.

Standard Type (Cast Iron Cast)

Section Four

Nominal Size
(mm)
4.5
6
8
9
12
14
16
18
19
20
22
25
28
32
38
44
50

U-Bolt Piece Dla


(mm)
4.5
6
6
8
9
9
13
13
13
16
16
16
19
19
22
25
25

Rope
(in)
5/16
3/8
7/16
1/2
5/8
3/4
7/8
1
1-1/18
1-1/4
1-3/8
1-1/2
1-5/8
1-3/4
2

Weight
(kg)
0.017
0.035
0.041
0.080
0.125
0.150
0.225
0.243
0.270
0.440
0.490
0.570
1.030
1.260
2.020
3.270
4.90

A
10
11
12
13
14
16
19
19
19
22
22
22
26
29
32

B
45
49
60
61
74
86
98
108
117
130
140
147
161
175
195

Dimensions (mm)
C
D
F
22
19
43
26
19
49
30
25
58
30
26
58
33
32
64
38
37
72
45
40
80
48
46
88
51
51
91
59
54
105
60
59
108
66
60
112
70
67
121
78
74
134
86
78
152

H
33
42
46
48
52
57
62
67
72
79
79
86
92
97
113

I
18
25
26
27
33
37
40
44
48
56
58
64
67
78
87

Sizes and weights are approximate only

Sizes and weights are approximate only

SAFETY NOTICE ON WIRE ROPE GRIPS


UNDER THE APPROVED CODE OF PRACTISE FOR LOAD LIFTING & RIGGING SLINGS ASSEMBLED
WITH WIRE ROPES ARE NOT TO BE USED FOR LIFTING
TO PERFORM TO MANUFACTURERS SPECIFICATIONS THE CORRECT NUMBER OF GRIPS MUST BE
INSTALLED CORRECTLY AND TIGHTENED TO THE CORRECT TORQUE USING A TORQUE WRENCH.
THE CORRECT WAY TO INSTALL IS SHOWN BELOW
Right

6d

6d

Dead end
Live end

Dead end
Live end

Wrong

IMPORTANT NOTICE
Visual inspection should be carried out prior to and during use at all times

When fitting grips Dont saddle a dead horse


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TIGHTENED TORQUE FOR DIN1142 AND FED SPEC FFC-45O

WIRE ROPE GRIPS DIN1142


Required Number of Wire
Rope Grips to Attain 85% of
Rope Minimum Breaking Load

Required Tightening Torque


to Obtain Required Efficiency
Newton metres

mm
5.0
6.5
8.0
10.0
13.0
16.0
19.0
22.0
26.0
30.0
34.0
40.0

2.0
3.5
6.0
9.0
33.0
49.0
68.0
107.0
147.0
212.0
296.0
363.0

3.0
3.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
5.0
5.0
6.0
6.0
6.0

Section Four

Size Nominal Dia

TORQUES FOR DIN1142 ARE ON LUBRICATED THREADS

REQUIRED TIGHTENING TORQUE AND MINIMUM NUMBER


OF FF-C-450 GRIPS TO ATTAIN 80% % OF ROPE MINIMUM
BREAKING LOAD

Wire Rope Dia


(in)
5

/16
/8
1
/2
5
/8
3
/4
7
/8
3

1-0

Number
Torque Value
of Grips
Minimum
(Ft. Lbs)
30
2
45
2
65
3
95
3
130
4
225
4
225
5

Wire Rope Dia


(in)
1- 1/8
1- 1/4
1- 3/8
1- 1/2
1- 5/8
1- 3/4
2-0

Number
Torque Value
of Grips
Minimum
(Ft. Lbs)
6
225
7
360
7
360
8
360
8
430
8
590
8
750

Note: Imperial Measurements


TORQUES FOR FED SPEC 450 ARE ON DRY THREADS

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Sheave Blocks

Marine Type Snatch Blocks

Available in single or double sheave models with either


hook or eye top fitting complete with single snatch options.
Test certification available if required.

Single Sheave - Hinge Type


Model
Hook
75DY x 1S
100DY x 1S
125DY x 1S
150DY x 1S
180DY x 1S
200DY x 1S
250DY x 1S

Model
Eye
75DY x 1SO
1ooDY x1SO
125DY x 1SO
150DY x 1SO
180DY x 1SO
200DY x 1SO
250DY x 1SO

Sheave
Dia (mm)
75
100
125
150
180
200
250

SWL
(ton)
0.5
1
1.5
2
3
4
5

Model
YB75 x 1
YB100 x 1
YB125 x 1
YB150 x 1
YB200 x 1
YB250 x 1
YB100 x 2
YB125 x 2
YB150 x 2

Double Sheaves - Hinge Type

Section Four

Model
Hook
75DY x 2S
100DY x 2S
125DY x 2S
150DY x 2S
180DY x 2S
200DY x 2S
250DY x 2S

Model
Eye
75DY x 2SO
100DY x 2SO
125DY x 2SO
150DY x 2SO
180DY x 2SO
200DY x 2SO
250DY x 2SO

Sheave
Dia (mm)
75
100
125
150
180
200
250

SWL
(ton)
0.5
1
1.5
2
3
4
5

Model
Sheave
Hook
Dia (mm)
75DY x 2SO-A
75
100DY x 2SO-A
100
125DY x 2S0-A
125
150DY x 2SO-A
150
180DY x 2SO-A
180
200DY x 2SO-A
200
250DY x 2SO-A
250

SWL
(ton)
0.5
1
1.5
2
4
5
1
1.5
2

PL
(ton)
2
4
6
8
16
20
4
6
8

Dimensions (mm)
A
B
D
178
85
12
235
121
16
305
145
18
350
176
22
425
225
25
495
275
28
235
121
16
305
145
18
350
176
22

Weight
(kg)
1.1
1.8
3.5
5.1
11.5
17
2.8
5.5
8.5

Heavy Duty Snatch Blocks

Double Sheaves - Two Sides


Hinge Type
Model
Hook
75DY x 2S-A
100DY x 2S-A
125DY x 2S-A
150DY x 2S-A
180DY x 2S-A
200DY x 2S.A
250DY x 2S-A

Sheave
Dla
(mm)
75
100
125
150
200
250
100
125
150

Model
LH3 x 1
LH4.5 x 1
LH6 x 1
LS3 x 1
LS4.5 x 1
LS6 x 1

Sheave
Dia
(mm)
75
115
150
75
115
150

SWL
(ton)
2
4
8
2
4
8

Galvanised Malleable Blocks

SWL
(ton)
0.5
1
1.5
2
3
4
5

Where blocks are used in a marine environment they


should be galvanised with stainless steel pins or have the
capacity to be greased. Listed below is a range of
galvanised marine blocks that can meet your requirements.

Lashing Block
HC Model Heavy Duty Blocks
Model
5-HC300 x 1
10-HC300 x 2
8-HC350 x 1
16-HC350 x 2
10-HC400 x 1
20-HC400 x 2
20-HC460 x 1
25-HC460 x 2
32-HC460 x 2

SWL
(ton)
5
10
8
16
10
20
20
25
32

Tested
(ton)
20
20
32
32
40
40
80
50
60

Wire Dia
(mm)
20-22
20-22
20-24
20-24
24-26
24-26
26-28
26-28
26-28

Model
DHC3 x 1KBL
DHC3 x 1KBL

SWL
(kN)
29.4
49

Tested
(kN)
117.6
196

Wire Dia
(mm)
18-20
20-22

Other blocks also in stock Ships cargo, gallows and logging blocks
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For
Size Rope Size
(inches) (mm)
3
12
4
16
5
18
6
24
7
26
8
28
9
30
10
32

SWL
Single
(ton)
0.2
0.4
0.5
1.0
1.1
1.3
1.5
1.8

SWL
Double
(ton)
0.4
0.9
1.1
2.0
2.3
2.6
3
3.6

SWL
Triple
(ton)
0.5
1
1.5
2
2.4
3.0
4.0

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Snatch Blocks
Johnson produces a wide range of multi-purpose snatch
blocks. Over 235 standard models of single and double
sheave snatch blocks are offered. Capacities range from
2 through to 30 tons and sheave diameters from 3 to 24
inches. Only top grade materials are used for each
component.
Johnson snatch blocks feature convenient side opening
right through to the heavy-duty top dead-end models. The
side opening feature makes it easy to reeve the block
without removing any fittings from the end of the wire rope.
Other features include choice of:
swivel hook
shackle
eye fittings
tailboard blocks

Top Dead-End Snatch


Block with Hook

Single Sheave (bronze brushed with shackle)


Wire Rope
Size
(mm)
10-13
16-19
19-22
19-22
26-28

Weight
(kg)
6.8
13.2
24.1
34.1
59.5

Double Sheave
Snatch Block

WLL
(t)
4
8
12
15
20

Section Four

Model
SB4S4BS
SB8S6BS
SB12S8BS
SB15S10BS
SB22S12BS

Sheave
Size
(mm)
100
150
200
250
300

Tailboard Block

4 Ton Snatch Block


with Hook

2 Ton Snatch Block


with Shackle

4 Ton Snatch Block


with Shackle

Open Wedge Sockets


Open wedge sockets combine positive attachment with
optimum versatility. Easy-to-change Johnson wedge sockets are a high strength cast alloy steel with charpy value of
25 lbs/ft at -4F. Each socket accepts at least two different
ductile iron wedges. This allows the socket to be used with
more than one rope size. Together, wedge and body act as
a vice which grips the wire rope and locks it into place. The
head attachment pin is standard and has a charpy value of
25 lbs/ft at -4F.
3/8 to 1 1/2 inch wire
rope sizes

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Webbing

Webbing

Section Five
DM Standen Ltd are manufacturers and suppliers of all types of cargo ratchet lashing
systems as well as both flat and round slings made from high tenacity polyester products.
All slings are made to NZ standards with colour coding giving each tonnage a different colour.
Apart from slings held in stock we are able to supply any length to meet customers individual
requirements.

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DM STANDEN LTD

Webbing
How Much Can I Lift with a POLYESTER Sling?

Colour Sling Polyester Web Slings

Section Five

Manufactured in New Zealand from high tenacity


treated polyester, offering important advantages over
other slings. They are designed to meet the demands
of industries that require lifting equipment to be lighter,
stronger and safer than before. Our in-house testing
and quality control incorporates European technology
and international standards to assure superior
performance, reliability and safety.

Colour Sling Endless Round Slings


A continuously wound hank of polyester yarn
protected by an outer cover, the round sling is used for
many types of lifting applications. Direct connection,
choker or basket lifts can be made easily. Because
load contact points can be changed with every lift,
wear is evenly distributed, prolonging the life of the
sling. light and extremely easy to handle, they are ideal
for difficult loads where surface damage is a concern.
When lifting steel plate, brass, copper steel
coils, stainless steel and glass without
damage then some form of protection sleeve
should always be used. These are examples
of what is available in protective sleeving.

Colour Coding - the way of the future

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Webbing
Freight Master Quality Lashing
Systems
Web Lashings
For products that are subject to damage or where chain
lashings are too harsh, web lashings are an economical
alternative. From tieing down motorcycles, boats and
priceless art objects we have the lashings to meet your
requirements. Contact our sales staff for further
information.

Utility
Transom - 2

Trail

High Quality light duty tie downs for use on utes,


vans, light trailers, motor cycles and boots.
The 26mm polyester webbing has extremely low
stretch. It is treated to minimise any effects from
ultra violet radiation, and is rated for safety. lengths
from 1.5-5.0 metres - tested and approved ratings
up to 500kg.

Transom - 1
Holiday
Workmate

Trademate
City Haul

Section Five

Higher strength quality tie downs for medium to heavy


loads. Ideal for light trucks, heavier boats, large trailers,
vehicle transporters, farmers and tradesmen.
36mm polyester webbing, and strength-matched hardware
assures maximum strength and lowest stretch for extra
load security. From 4 metres in length, tested and rated up
to 1000kg.
Utility

Superior quality tiedowns 2200kg or 2500kg - rated


according to two standards; British (BS5759) & NZ
(NZS5445). 8 or 9 metre effective length - non standard
lengths available on same day delivery. A large range of
tensioners and hooks are available on request, allowing
numerous configurations.
2500kg RAS NZS 5445, BS 5759
2500kg RAS

Highwayman

Pro-Trucker

Speed Coiler

Long Haul
Trucker

Also 4 WD recovery straps, vehicle tow straps, 75mm 5000kg RAS tiedowns
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Lifting Equipment

Lifting Equipment

DM STANDEN LTD

Section Six

Only hoisting products that are market leaders in their fields are stocked and serviced by us.
Among these are Kito electric chain and rope hoists, Hitachi electric chain hoists, Pacific chain
and lever hoists, Tirfor wire rope pulling machines and plate clamps.
All these units are tested and certified and a comprehensive range of spare parts is also available.

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Lifting Equipment
Kito Hoists
Kito ER2 Electric Chain Hoist
Thermal protector
Electromagnetic brake

Sensor overheating to shut off


the current.

Current-driven electromagnetic
brake produces strong braking
power, securely holding a load.

External motor fan


Aluminum die-cast motor frame
with external motor fan reduces
rise in heating during frequent
operation.

Connecting shaft
The connecting shaft is
mounted on the outside of the
body. This allows the top hook
or suspender to be attached or
removed with ease (except for
Body F).

Aluminum die-cast body


Tough body

Chain guide

Enclosure

KITO's uniquely-structured for


smooth chain-feeding.

Dust-protected and jetprotected (IP55)

Gears

Electromagnetic contactor

Helical gears reduces operating


noise.

Mechanically interlocked to
prevent multi-switching at the
same time

Chain container
CH meter built-in inverter

Durable plastic or canvas


containers as standard.

Recording and displaying no.


of lowering starts and the hoist
on-time enable right
maintenance appropriate for
operational frequency.

Direct wiring
Easily attached and removed
with connectors inside.

Friction clutch
Originally developed as an
emergency overload protection
by KITO to slip the force from
the motor in such lifting an
anchored object.

Section Six

Load chain

Upper-lower limit switch

Nickel-plated load chain


standard, manufactured
through KITO's own technology
to provide a higher resistance
against fatigue, wear and rust.
The load chain is made from a
unique alloy-steel designed of
KITO's study and experience,
which is produced under high
quality control through
automated facilities from
material incoming to chain
completion. The load chain is
manufactured with hard surface
to increase wear resistance and
is well-balanced between its
strength and toughness in the
core section.

Simplified structure - stops the


hoist at both ends of the hook
path as a double safety
mechanism with Friction clutch.
(Not regular use)

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Hook
Equipped with a bearing
and characterized by
gradual elongation, not
sudden breakage under
overload conditions. The
notched latch for firm
contact improves resistance
against lateral force.

Cover belt
Attached to the controller cover
and gear case convenient for
maintenance.

Push button control


Originally designed with
emergency stop provided
as standard that is both
operator friendly and has
greater durability.

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Lifting Equipment

Lifting Speed

(m/min)
50 Hz

Capacity
(t)

Single Speed
Low

Standard

Dual Speed*
Low

High

Standard
0.9 to 10.8

13.4

9.1

250kg
500kg

3.8

7.3

0.4 to 4.5

0.7 to 8.5

3.5

7.1

0.3 to 4.2

0.7 to 8.2

0.4 to 4.3

7.0

3.7

0.7 to 8.2

2.5

5.7

0.6 to 6.6

3.2

4.4

0.4 to 5.2

2.9

0.3 to 3.3

7.5

1.9

10

1.3 to 15.7

0.4 to 5.3

4.5

1.5
2

High
1.4 to 16.6

14.1

125kg

2.9

1.4

15

1.9

20

1.4

Note: The speed ratio of inverter hoists is preset to 6:1 in KITO factory.

Traversing Speed

(m/min)
50 Hz

Capacity
(t)

Single Speed

Dual Speed*

Low

Standard

Standard

125kg to 5

10

20

2.4 to 24

7.5 to 20

10

Note: The speed ratio of inverter trolleys is preset to 6:1 in KITO factory.

Motorized Trolley MR2

Plain & Geared Trolley

Bearing built-in side rollers provide smooth running through the


minimum radius curve and excellent traversing performance
with preventive derailment.

Designed to provide smooth and easy traversing.


Lugs provide protection from striking damage against rail
stoppers, and from falling off the rail.
Wheel anges also prevent derailment.

Features

Motorized Trolley MR2

Designed for light load manual applications (125kg to 5t)

Geared Trolley TSG


Designed for precise positioning and traversing by using hand
chain (125kg to 20t)

Plain Trolley TSP

125kg to 3t

Geared Trolley TSG

5t

125kg to 3t

5t to 20t

125kg to 20t

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Section Six

Plain Trolley TSP

Simple gear box construction


Improved balance due to a lighter weight geared motor
Speed variations
Single Low Speed
Single Standard Speed
Dual Speed

Lifting Equipment
Kito CB Manual Chain Hoist

Model
CB005
CB010
CB015
CB020
CB025
CB030
CB050
CB075
CB100
CB150
CB200
CB300
CB400
CB500

WLL
(t)
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
5.0
7.5
10
15
20
30
40
50

Chain
Hand Chain Chain Pull Overhauled Load Chain
Folded
to Lift to Lift Load
Dia x
Std Lift
Length
Full Load One Metre Chain Fall
(m)
(m)
(kgf)
(m)
(mm)
2.5
2.5
24
25
5.0x1
2.5
2.5
29
43
6.3x1
2.5
2.5
35
57
7.1x1
3.0
3.0
36
70
8.0x1
3.0
3.0
33
99
9.0x1
3.0
3.0
36
114
7.1x2
3.0
3.5
34
198
9.0x2
3.5
4.0
35
297
9.0x3
3.5
4.0
36
396
9.0x4
3.5
4.5
37
594
9.0x6
3.5
4.5
36 x2
396x2
9.0x8
3.5
4.5
43 x2
495x2
9.0x10
3.5
4.5
43 x2
693x2
9.0x14
3.5
4.5
49 x2
792x2
9.0x16

Weight for
Test
Additional
Load Weight Metre of Lift
(t)
(kg)
(kg)
0.75
10
1.5
1.5
11.5
1.8
2.4
14.5
2.1
3
20
2.3
3.8
27
2.7
4.8
24
3.2
7.5
41
4.4
9.5
63
6.2
12.5
83
7.9
20
155
11.4
25
235
15.8
40
310
19.2
50
480
26.2
62.5
640
29.7

0.5t - 2.5t

3t - 5t

7.5t - 15t

20t - 50t

Section Six

Kito CF Manual Chain Hoist

Model
CF005
CF010
CF015
CF020
CF030

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Min
Capacity Std Lift Headroom
(t)
(m)
(mm)
0.5
2.5
325
1.0
2.5
370
1.5
2.5
440
2.0
3.0
510
3.0
3.0
590

Chain
Chain Pull Overhauled
to Lift
to Lift Load
Full Load One Metre
(kgf)
(m)
30
19
36
31
42
41
40
63
46
81

Load Weight for


Test
Chain Additional
Load Weight Fall Metre of Lift
(t)
(kg) (lines)
(kg)
0.75
10
1
1.5
1.5
12
1
1.8
2.36
17
1
2.1
3
21
2
2.7
4.75
28
2
3.2

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Lifting Equipment
Kito TS Universal Trolleys
Plain Trolley

0.5t to 3t

Model
Plain
Geared
Trolley
Trolley
TSP005

TSG005
TSP010 TSG010
TSP015 TSG015
TSP020 TSG020
TSP025 TSG025
TSP030 TSG030
TSP050 TSG050

TSG075

TSG100

TSG150

TSG200

5t

Geared Trolley

1t to 3t

5t to 10t

Flange Width Adjustability (mm)


Weight (kg)
Min Radius
Option
for Curve Plain Geared
Standard
W20
W30
(mm)
Trolley Trolley
50 to 102 103 to 203 204 to 305
1100
4.5

58 to 127 128 to 203 204 to 305


1300

12
58 to 127 128 to 203 204 to 305
1300
8.0
12
82 to 153

154 to 305
1500
14
18
82 to 153

154 to 305
1500
14
19
82 to 153

154 to 305
1700
23
27
82 to 153

154 to 305
1700
23
27
100 to 178

179 to 305
2300
50
56
150 to 220

221 to 305
3000

112
150 to 220

221 to 305
3000

112
150 to 220

221 to 305

265
150 to 220

221 to 305

265

WLL
(kg)
0.5
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
5.0
7.5
10
15
20

Hand Chain
Folded
Length
(m)
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.5
4.0
4.0
4.5
4.5

Kito L5 Lever Hoists

Model
LB008
LB010
LB016
LB025
LB032
LB063
LB090

WLL
(t)
0.8
1.0
1.6
2.5
3.2
6.3
9.0

Hand Pull
to Lift
Full Load
(kg)
29
36
34
37
37
38
39

Std Lift
(m)
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5

Load Chain
Dia x
Chain Fall
(mm)
5.6x1
5.6x1
7.1x1
8.8x1
10x1
10x2
10x3

Test
Load Weight
(kg)
(kg)
1200
5.7
1500
5.9
2400
8
3800
11.2
4800
15
7900
26
11300
40

Weight for
Additional
Metre of Lift
(kg)
0.7
0.7
1.1
1.7
2.3
4.7
7.0

Motor Time
WLL Output Rating
Model (kg)
(W)
(min)
Single Speed
ED06S
60
300
20
ED10S 100
300
20
ED18S 180
300
15
ED16S 160
600
20
ED24S 240
600
20
ED48S 480
600
15
Dual Speed
ED06ST 60
300
20
ED10ST 100
300
20
ED18ST 180
300
15
ED16ST 160
600
20
ED24ST 240
600
20
ED48ST 480
600
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Min
Load
Distance
Intermittent Duty Rated Lifting Speed Std P/Button Chain
Between
(m/min)
Max Starts Current
Lift
Cord
Dia Weight Hooks
%ED per Hour
(A)
High Low (m)
(m)
(mm) (kg)
(mm)
30
30
20
30
30
30

180
180
120
180
180
180

3
3
3
5
5
5

21
13
8
20
13.5
6.7

3
3
3
3
3
3

2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5

4
4
4
4
4
4

11.5
11.5
11.5
15.5
15.5
21

315
315
315
330
330
520

30
30
20
30
30
30

180
180
120
180
180
180

3
3
3
5
5
5

21
13
8
20
13.5
6.7

4
3
3
4
3
2

3
3
3
3
3
3

2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5

4
4
4
4
4
4

12
12
12
16
16
21

315
315
315
330
330
520

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Section Six

Kito ED Electric Chain Hoists - Single Phase 240V 50Hz

Lifting Equipment
Hitachi Electric Chain Hoists
Hitachis reputation for excellence in design, quality,
reliability and performance has made the brand a market
leader the world over.

Special Features
Operation
Fully contactorised using high rated contactors. Double
Insulated pendant with mechanical interlock at buttons.
Low Voltage ie 24 volts at push button contacts.
Safety Limits
Full current and shunt limit switches operate in both
directions of hook travel.
Braking
Electromagnetic disc brakes with special self-adjusting
brake, and additional centrifugal brake on F model.
Universal Wheels
unflanged
guide rollers

Drive Gears
protected against dust and water

Travel Motor
with brake
Contactor
Enclosure
24 volt control

Adaptable to
all beam sizes

Section Six

Enclosure
Totally enclosed design. Entire mechanism including the
motor, dual brake system, gears, rotating parts and
electrical system can be operated under the most severe
conditions.
Chain Bucket
Noiseless design with flexible mounting supplied as
standard.
Motor
Three phase squirrel cage induction motor, Class E
insulation. The maximum allowable temperature is 120
degrees C (15 min. rating).
Overload Protection
All models are fitted with an electromechanical overload
limiting device.
Options
Easy to use remote control for loads where the normal
pendant cable is obstructed. Suitable for use within a four
metre distance from the hoist. A fail safe function operates
the signal is blocked or out of range.

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Single Phase/Single Speed


Model
1/4SI
1/2SI
1SI
2SI

Capacity
(kg)
250
500
1000
2000

Speed
(m/min)
5
3.6
2.3
1.1

Motor
(kW)
0.23
0.32
1.4
0.4

Weight
(kg)
34
34
38
50

Motor
(kW)
1.45
0.63
1.8
0.8
1.3
2.4
2.4
2.4

Weight
(kg)
28
31
31
49
42
80
96
121

Three Phase/Single Speed


Model
1/4S-N
1/2S-N
1S
2S
1F
2F
3F
5F

Capacity
(kg)
250
500
1000
2000
1000
2000
3000
5000

Speed
(m/min)
10
7.2
4.6
2.3
7.1
6.8
4.1
2.8

Three Phase/Single and Two Speed Trolleys

Model

Capacity
(kg)

1ET

1000

2ET

2000

3ET

3000

5ET

5000

Travel
Speed
(m/min)
Standard
Fast
Two Speed
ETS
ETF
ETN
10.5
21.0
21.0/5.3

Travel
Motor
(kW)

Weight
(kg)

Std Beam Min.


Width
Radius
(mm)
(m)

0.14

38

75-125

1.5

0.14

52

100-150

1.8

0.30

61

100-150

2.0

0.30

86

125-175

3.0

Three Phase/Two Speed


Model
1/4SN
1/2SN
1SN
2SN
2FN
3FN
5FN

Capacity
(kg)
250
500
1000
2000
2000
3000
5000

Speed
(m/min)
7.2/1.8
7.2/1.8
4.6/1.2
2.3/0.6
6.8/1.7
4.1/1.0
2.8/0.7

Motor
(kW)
0.32/0.08
1.63/0.16
1.8/0.2
0.8/0.2
2.4/0.6
2.4/0.6
2.4/0.6

Weight
(kg)
33
36
42
54
96
112
134

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Lifting Equipment
PACIFIC Lever Blocks

Capacity
(tonnes)
0.25
0.5
0.75
1.5
3
6

Standard
Lift
Weight
(m)
(kg)
1
2.1
1.5
4.8
1.5
6.2
1.5
9.5
1.5
20.2
1.5
32

Pull-Lift
Load
(kg)
29
32
23
30
39
40

A
92
110
149
171
204
204

Dimensions (mm)
B
C
D
E
71
70 158 20
84 125 278 23
89 128 278 26
102 145 378 36
114 203 388 44
114 243 388 50

H
245
310
310
385
460
600

PACIFIC Chain Blocks

Capacity
(tonnes)
0.5
1.0
2.0
3.0
5.0

Standard
Lift
(m)
3
3
3
3
3

Weight
(kg)
11
12
20
24
39

Pull-Lift
Load
(kg)
23
25
35
35
38

A
140
162
205
230
275

Dimensions (mm)
B
C
128
22
150
27
184
32
165
36
191
41

H
280
295
370
500
600

PACIFIC Single Pin Girder Trolleys


Min. Radius
of Curve
(m)

Weight
(kg)

0.8
0.8
1
1
1.1
1.3
1.4

4
6
11.5
14
18
30
44

268
268
290
304
318
344
364

175
199
246
260
276
332
377

152
158.5
190
205
217
263
293

55.5
57.5
67
72
75
88
96.5

32
35
38
38
38
42
45

50-152
50-180
66-188
74-192
88-200
100-205
114-212

0.8
1
1
1.1
1.3
1.4

10
15
18.5
22
34
46

306
355
369
383
409
429

199
246
260
276
332
377

158.5
190
205
217
263
293

57.5
67
72
75
88
96.5

35
38
38
38
42
45

50-180
66-188
74-192
88-200
100-205
114-212

Push Diagrams

DM STANDEN LTD

Dimensions (mm)
A min
B

Headroom (mm)
H
S

I-Beam Width
Range (mm)
M

Section Six

Capacity
(tonnes)
Push
0.25
0.5
1
1.5
2
3
5
Geared
0.5
1
1.5
2
3
5

Geared Diagrams

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Lifting Equipment
PACIFIC Electric Winches
150 - 200kg Capacity
Capacity
Model
(kg)
CWL-150
150
CWL-150L
150
CWL-200
200
CWL-200L
200
*

Dimensions (mm)
Speed Motor Voltage Wire Rope Weight
A
B
C
D
E
(m/min) (kW) (V AC)* (mm x m) (kg)
15 - 18 1.2
240
5 x 45
15 8 x 11 142 135 416 210
15 - 18 1.2
240
5 x 70
18 8 x 11 197 135 471 210
16
1.2
240
6 x 30
16 8 x 11 142 135 416 210
16
1.2
240
6 x 71
19 8 x 11 197 135 471 210

F
270
270
270
270

Single Phase

200 - 300kg Capacity


Model
CP-200
CP-250
CP-300
*

Capacity
(kg)
200
200
300

Dimensions (mm)
Speed Motor Voltage Wire Rope Weight
A
B
C
D
E
(m/min) (kW) (V AC)* (mm x m) (kg)
10 - 15 0.6
240
6 x 30
32 4 x 10.5 142 142 548 210
10 - 15 0.75 240
6 x 30
34 4 x 10.5 142 142 548 210
10 - 15 1.15 240
6 x 30
37 4 x 10.5 142 142 548 210

F
241
241
241

Single Phase

300 - 650kg Capacity


Model
CWG-10077
CWG-30075
CWG-10151
CWG-30151
CWG-30265
*

Capacity
(kg)
300
300
400
500
650

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Dimensions (mm)
B
C
D
E
197 156 630 240
142 142 548 210
400 325 922 367
400 325 922 367
400 325 940 367

F
300
241
425
425
425

Dimensions (mm)
Speed Motor Voltage Wire Rope Weight
(m/min) (kW) (V AC)* (mm x m) (kg)
A
B
C
D
E
13 - 20.6 4
415
10 x 60
220 4 x 19 500 370 1009 400
14 - 25 5.5
415
12 x 100
290 4 x 19 620 495 1120 470
7 - 12 5.5
415
16 x 100
450 4 x 22 600 499 1246 565
6.3 - 8 5.5
415
18 x 120
860 8 x 30 847 680 1439 740
8 - 11.2 11
415 22.4 x 150 1500 8 x 32 920 680 1860 740

F
445
520
658
860
905

Speed Motor Voltage Wire Rope Weight


A
(m/min) (kW) (V AC)* (mm x m) (kg)
12 - 17 1.5
240
7 x 40
44 4 x 13.5
10 - 15 0.75 415
6 x 30
34 4 x 10.5
12 - 18 1.5
240
9 x 60
120 4 x 16
12 - 18 1.5
415
9 x 60
120 4 x 16
12 - 18 2.2
415
9 x 60
160 4 x 16

240V AC - Single Phase; 415V AC - Three Phase

900 - 5000kg Capacity


Model
CWG-30375
CWG-30565
CWG-30750
CWG-31500
CWG-34000
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Capacity
(kg)
900
1100
2200
3500
5000

Three Phase

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Lifting Equipment
Wellculip Lifting Clamps
Vertical Plate

Model
VC-10
VC-20
VC-30
VC-50

WLL
(t)
1
2
3
5

Grabbing
Range Weight
(mm)
(kg)
B
0-20
3.7 125
0-30
6.6 155
0-35
9
175
5-45
16.8 225

b1
36
45
50
69

b2
25
36
40
51

D
50
60
60
65

Dimensions (mm)
L
H h1 h2
275 156 190 24
320 194 212 30
380 227 257 36
435 272 275 40

h3
61
75
83
100

T
66
78
88
95

t1
14
15
20
22

t2
53
60
68
77

Horizontal Plate

1.5t / pair

Model
HPC-15
HPC-30
HPC-50

3t, 5t / pair

WLL Grabbing Weight


per pair Range per pair
(t)
(mm)
(kg)
A
1.5
0-50
8
55
3
0-50
14.6
52
5
0-60
28
62

B
C
82 127
130 157
155 181

Dimensions (mm)
E
F
G
T
16 127 50 16
32 220 142 19
40 260 172 22

T1
38
47
60

T2
100
110
130

Model
LC-05
LC-10
LC-20
LC-30

WLL
(t)
0.5
1
2
3

Grabbing
Range Weight
(mm)
(kg)
B
0-15
1.8 102
0-20
4.3 138
0-25
7.2 164
0-30
14.7 192

b1
33
51
62
60

b2
21
25
30
36

D
30
48
68
74

Dimensions (mm)
L
H h1 h2
217 128 158 23
290 165 199 27
370 204 262 33
429 242 295 42

h3
43
63
76
86

h4
57
84
115
124

T
44
63
65
93

t1
10
12
16
20

Section Six

Universal Plate

t2
36
54
52
78

Wellculip Beam Clamps


WLL
Model
(t)
WGC-10
1
WGC-20
2
WGC-30
3
WGC-50
5
WGC-100 10

Flange
(mm)
75-230
75-230
80-320
90-320
90-320

Dimensions (mm)
Head
Bar
room Dia. Weight A B
B
C
F
L
H
(mm) (mm) (kg) max max min
max
86-129 20
4.8 245 360 190 70
5 215 135
86-129 20
5.5 245 360 190 74
7 215 135
141-201 28
9.5 285 445 250 118 8 260 160
146-199 40
12 320 485 265 140 10 270 165
136-186 52
18 320 480 268 118 12 275 185

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H
E
D
min min
78 28 20
78 28 20
110 55 28
125 52 40
133 66 52

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Lifting Equipment
Wellculip Wire Rope Grip Pulling Hoists

Rope
Wire
Advance Operating
Std
Rope
per Full Effort at Telescopic
Wire Wire
and
Lifting Pulling Stroke
Rated
Handle Anchor
Rope Rope Collector
Capacity Capacity Cycle
Load
Length Pin Dia. Weight Dia. Length Weight
Model
(t)
(t)
(mm)
(kg)
(mm)
(mm)
(kg) (mm) (m)
(kg)
WPH-08
0.8
1.3
>52
29
800
22
7.5
8.5
20
8
WPH-16
1.6
2.6
>55
40
1120
25
16
11.5
20
14
WPH-32
3.2
5.2
>28
45
1120
30
26
16.5
20
24

PACIFIC Hand Winches

Section Six

Gears are strong, durable


and electroplated for extra
corrosion resistance.

Hand
Pull-Lift Force
Capacity Reqd
Model
(kg)
(mm)
BHW-800 370-180 14.5
BHW-I200 545-270
15
BHW-I800 820-410
22
BHW-2600 1200-600
19
SF-2200
1100
16
HW-I500
680
4.5

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Hub Handle
Gear
Dia Length Weight
Ratio (mm) (mm)
(kg)
4.1:1
40
160
3
4.1:1
50
210
3.3
5:1
70
320
8
10:1
80
320
10.3
22.2:1
60
300
13.5
41:1
48
195
4.9

Rope
Dia
(mm)
4
5
7
8
8
4

Rope
Storage
Capacity
(m)
36
23
24
18
35
23

Double brake pawl for extra


safety on BHW-1800 and
BHW-2600 models.

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Height Safety Equipment

Height Safety Equipment

Section Seven

Quality and safety are the foundations of our height safety philosophy.
All our products are manufactured to the highest standards and are rigorously tested to
ensure we offer the safest and most advanced designs in fall protection equipment.
All equipment comes complete with test certification.
Testing and inspection of height safety equipment is available.

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Height Safety Equipment


Harnesses

Product Features - Chest Harnesses

The Job of a Harness

Foam-Padded Shoulder
Straps
The padded shoulder straps offer
improved comfort and curve
around the neck to reduce
friction points. The harness is
also easier to put on.

The harness joins the rope or lanyard to the worker. It


gives comfort and security. Whilst working, a good harness
needs to be unobtrusive and adaptive to the shape of the
worker. In the event of a fall it redistributes the impact force
to the workers body in the best way possible. The harness
gives support but is not an energy absorber. When the risk
of a fall is present, it is thus necessary to use an energy
absorber of the Absorbica type, or a rope with an energy
absorption system.
Petzl manufactures a full range of work positioning and
fall arrest harnesses to address the needs of any work-atheight situation.
Improved Comfort and Ergonomics
Padded shoulder straps and a more supportive waist belt,
dorsal attachment point adjustment, restraint lanyard
attachment point, gear loops and Caritool-compatible slots
Multi-Purpose and Rope Access Harnesses
Multi-purpose harnesses can be used for most work-atheight situations.
- sternal and dorsal attachment points can be used to
connect a fall-arrest system and help insure that the user
is suspended in the correct position after a fall,
- one ventral and two lateral attachment points for multiple
hands-free work positioning configurations.
Rope Access Harnesses with Integrated Croll
Ventral Rope Grab
These harnesses offer an integrated solution for ascending
ropes.
The shoulder strap adjustment buckle also serves to
tension the Croll.
Each line consists of:
- a full body harness,
- a sit harness and chest harness
The combination of a separate sit harness and chest
harness creates a lightweight, modular system. The chest
harness doesnt have a dorsal attachment point, so it wont
interfere when wearing a back pack or carrying other
loads.

Integrated CROLL
Rope access harnesses feature
an integrated CROLL ventral
rope clamp. The shoulder strap
adjustment buckle also serves to
tension the CROLL.
Dorsal Attachment Point
Adjustment
The height of the dorsal
attachment point can be easily
and quickly adjusted with the
single DoubleBack buckle.
Anti-Rotational Connector
A bar on the shoulder straps/
waist belt connector helps
prevent it from being rotated.

Product Features - Waist Belts


Improved Waist Belt Support
Thermo-molded waist belt
support at lumbar region for
excellent comfort when
suspended.

Gear Loops
Three gear loops: one on each
side and one at the rear.
Thin, rigid gear loops facilitate
attaching carabiners.

Section Seven

Rear Buckle with Restraint


Lanyard Attachment Point
The rear buckle connects TOP
chest harness to SIT harness.
Weight carried on the waist belt
is transferred to the shoulder
straps. A restraint lanyard can be
clipped to the buckle.
Slots for Tool Carriers
Waist belt equipped with
numerous slots for tool carriers.
CARITOOL tool holders can
be attached to the harness as
desired.
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Height Safety Equipment


Full Body Harnesses
Navaho Bod C71000
Work positioning and fall arrest multi-purpose harness
Excellent balance between comfort when hanging and freedom of movement.
Sternal and dorsal attachment points can be used to connect a fall-arrest system and
help insure that the user is suspended in the correct position after a fall.
One ventral and two lateral attachment points for multiple hands-free work positioning
configurations.
Leg loops equipped with DoubleBack buckles.

Navaho Bod Fast C710F0


Version of the Navaho Bod harness with FAST buckles on leg loops
FAST buckles open and close easily and quickly: the harness can be donned without
having to readjust all the buckles.
Newton Fast JAK C73JF0
Also available in black.
Basic fall arrest harness is compatible with JAK vest
JAK vet facilitates proper donning of the harness
JAK Vest C73101
FAST automatic buckles an leg loops allow the
Pre-shaped vest makes it easier to don the
harness to be put on easily with both feet on the
NEWTON harness
ground
FAST automatic buckles an leg loops allow the
Keeps the shape of the harness, ready to don
A sternal and a dorsal attachment point for
Attaches with loops and Velcro patches
connecting
a fall arrest system
Breathable mesh fabric

Shoulder
straps equipped with self-locking
Available in two sizes
DoubleBack
buckles
- size 1 (250g)

Two
equipment
loops with protective sheath
- size 2 (290g)
Work positioning on the lateral attachment points
is possible with the PAD FAST waistband
Upright descent with the help of the LIFT spreader
Also available in a black version without dorsal
attachment point: NEWTON FATS JAK STERNAL
BLACK (C73JFN)

Pad Fast C89F


Work positioning waistbelt for NEWTON harness
Transforms the basic fall harness into a work positioning and fall arrest harness
Two lateral attachment points
FAST automatic buckle for easy and quick opening and closing without the need to readjust
Certification: CE EN 358

Newton C7300

Model
C71000 1
C71000 2
C710F0 1
C710F0 2
C73 0
C73 1
C73 2
C73F 0
C73F 1
C73F 2

Dorsal

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Attachment Points
Sternal
Ventral

Lateral

Waist Sizes
(cm)
70 - 120
80 - 140
70 - 120
80 - 140
60 - 95
75 - 105
95 - 120
60 - 95
75 - 105
95 - 120

Thigh Sizes
(cm)
50 - 65
60 - 75
50 - 65
60 - 75
45 - 57
53 - 65
62 - 80
45 - 57
53 - 65
62 - 80

Height
(cm)
160 - 180
175 - 200
160 - 180
175 - 200

Section Seven

Basic modular fall arrest harness


Work positioning on inclined surfaces is possible with the PAD waist belt.
Descent in a upright position is possible with the LIFT spreader.
Putting the harness on is easier with the addition of the JAK vest.

Weight
(g)
1890
2000
1890
2000
690
820
870
780
910
930

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Height Safety Equipment


Chester C64

Sit Harnesses

Chest harness to convert a sit harness into a fall


arrest harness
One sternal attachment point.
Four adjustment points: attachment point height,
shoulder straps and chest circumference. 600 g

Navaho Sit C79000


Work positioning sit harness
One ventral and two lateral attachment
points for multiple hands-free work
positioning configurations.
Lightweight elastic connection between
waist belt and leg loops.
Add a chest harness to use with a fall
arrest system.

Top C81000
Top Croll C81C00

Navaho Sit Fast C790F0


Version of the Navaho Sit harness with FAST
buckles on leg loops
FAST buckles open and close easily and quickly:
the harness can be donned without having to
readjust all the buckles.
Top

Navaho Bod Croll C71CF0

Chest harnesses transform sit harness


into a fall arrest (Top) or rope access
harness (Top Croll)
One sternal attachment point.
The chest harness doesnt have a dorsal
attachment point, so it wont interfere
when wearing a backpack or carrying
other loads.
Connects to rear buckle of Navaho Sit.
Weight carried on the waist belt is
transfered to the shoulder straps
Integrated Croll ventral rope clamp for
ascending ropes (Top Croll only).

Top Croll

Rope access harness

Integrated Croll ventral rope clamp for


ascending ropes
Wide, semi-rigid waistband for excellent support
Waistbelt and suspension seat lined with breathable
perforated foam for maximum comfort when suspended
Foam shoulder straps are widely spaced to reduce
neck chafing and are linked to the directional ventral
connector for easy donning
If the waistbelt is weighted, the load is transferred
to the shoulder straps, which distribute it over the shoulders
The ventral attachment point distributes the weight
more evenly around the waistbelt for comfort when
leaning back in the belt (with support for the feet)
A sternal and a dorsal attachment point for
connecting a fall arrest system

A rear attachment point on the waistbelt for


connecting a restraint lanyard
Three equipment loops with protective sheath
Slots for CARITOOL tol holderl
Waistbelt and shoulder straps equipped with
self-locking DoubleBack buckles
Leg loops equipped with FAST automatic buckles
for quick and easy opening and closing without the
need to readjust them
Prolonged suspension usage with PODIUM seat
Also available in black

Falcon

Section Seven

Falcon Mountain
Seat harness for mountain rescue
Waistband and leg loops lined with breathable
perforated foam for maximum comfort
Attachment bridge construction for optimum
mobility when progressing with climbing technques
Two lateral attachment points transfer the weight
evenly around the waistband for comfortable
surface-supported work
Waistbelt and leg loops: equipped with two selflocking DoubleBack buckles
Four equipment loops: two large rigid ones in front
for easy access to gear and two small flexible ones
in back that will not interfere with wearing a backpack
Two slots for CARITOOL tool holder

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Lightweight seat harness for rescue


Waistband and leg loops lined with breathable
perforated foam for maximum comfort
The ventral attachment point distributes the weight
more evenly around the waistband and the log loops
during suspended work
Two lateral attachment points transfer the weight
evenly around the waistband for comfortable
surface-supported work
Rear attachment buckle for attaching the TOP or
TOP CROLL chest harness
Waistbelt and leg loops: equipped with two selflocking DoubleBack buckles
Four equipment loops: two large rigid ones in front
for easy access to gear and two small flexible ones
in back that will not interfere with wearing a backpack
Two slots for CARITOOL tool holder

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Height Safety Equipment

Falcon Ascent

C38BAA

Seat harness, efficient for rope ascents


Waistband and leg loops lined with breathable
perforated foam for maximum comfort
Two-part ventral attachment point increases the
efficiency of the rope ascents when using a CROLL
ventral rope clamp
The Two lateral attachment points transfer the
weight evenly around the waistband for comfortable
surface-supported work
Rear attachment buckle for connecting a CROLL
ventral rope clamp using a SECURE shoulder strap or
a TOP CROLL chest harness
Waistband and leg loops equipped with two selflocking DoubleBack buckles
Four equipment loops: two large rigid ones in front
for easy access to gear and two small flexible ones
in back that will not interfere with wearing a backpack
Two slots for CARITOOL tool holder

Attachment Points
Ventral
Lateral

Model
C79000 1
C79000 2
C790F0 0
C790F0 1
C790F0 2
C38 1
C38 2

Waist Sizes
(cm)
70 - 120
80 - 140
60 - 100
70 - 120
80 - 140
70 - 100
80 - 120

Thigh Sizes
(cm)
50 - 65
60 - 75
45 - 75
50 - 65
60 - 75
50 - 65
60 - 75

Weight
(g)
1190
1300
1190
1190
1300
740
800

Bermude C80
Rescue triangle with shoulder straps
A rated rescue triangle for recovery
systems without a harness.
Clinches up for childrens sizing

Podium S70
Seat for prolonged suspension
Wide seat for stability and leg mobility.
Stiff sides prevent the suspension straps from
squeezing the thighs.
Suspension straps adjusted with DoubleBack

Litter for confined space rescue


Victim can be transported
horizontally, vertically or at an angle.
Litter has a full body harness in it to
secure the victim.
Flexible bottom helps insure good
sliding.
Foam padding provides comfort for
the victim.
Rigid stays can be removed to
reduce bulk when accessing
accident site.

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Nest S61

3 gear loops.
When not in use, it can be carried behind the back.
For use with the Navaho Vario and Falcon. 1170 g

Footpro C49
Adjustable webbing foot loop
Used with a rope clamp for ascending a rope.
Easy length adjustment with the DoubleBack buckle.
Under foot strap is abrasion resistant and allows for easy step-in.
buckles.

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Helmets
Helmets should protect the wearers head from impacts
and falling objects, while not interfering with work.
Petzls helmets for work-at-height (Vertex Best and Vertex
Vent) feature a reinforced chinstrap, to help reduce the risk
of the helmet coming off in the event of a fall.
Well suited for professional use, these helmets are durable
and provide attachment points compatible with popular
face shields and hearing protection.
The choice between the non-ventilated or ventilated
models depends on the risks encountered at the work site
(working around electricity, molten metal splash, etc.)
Adjustable Headband
The adjustment wheel of the Vertex is quick and easy to
use, even while wearing the helmet.

The height of the headband can be easily adjusted by


sliding the rear section along the nape straps. The
headband retracts into the shell to protect it from damage
when the helmet is not being worn. (Vertex Best and Vertex
Vent)
Comfort
Webbing cradle and foam-padded headband for maximum
comfort. For smaller heads, a thicker foam headband is
available as an accessory.
Modularity
All Vertex models are equipped with four clips for
attaching a headlamp. The slots on the side are compatible
with most popular face shields and/or hearing protection.
The shell of the helmet contours over the ears to assure a
good fit for hearing protection.

Differences:

Vertex Best A16

Vertex Best
Protection from electrical risks,
but without ventilation

Vertex Vent A11

Vertex Vent
Provides ventilation but not
guaranteed to protect
against electrical risks

Work at Height
Industrial Applications
Differences:

Differences:

Vertex Best
Reduces the risk of the helmet
coming off in case of a fall (the
buckle has a breaking strength
greater than 50 daN)

Vertex Vent
Reduces the risk of the helmet
coming off in case of a fall (the
buckle has a breaking strength
greater than 50 daN)
Ventilation

Vertex ST
the helmet will come off in case
it gets caught (the buckle opens
at 25 daN)

Vertex ST A12

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Vertex ST
The helmet will come off in case
it gets caught (the buckle opens
at 25 daN)

Product Marking and Tracking


Since 1992, all Petzl personal protective equipment (PPE) items have been
marked with a tracking number. This number consists of 5 digits and a letter.
The first 2 digits indicate the year the product was manufactured, the following
3 digits indicate the production date (from 1 to 366) and the letter represents
the person who performed the final inspection.
Textile products, helmets and most metallic items also have an additional
individual identifier. The system makes it easier to track PPE effectively.

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Height Safety Equipment


Lanyards

Lanyards

Restraint and Work Positioning

Progression

Restraint and work positioning lanyards are used with a


work positioning harness. They are designed to limit
movement or for hands free work while in position.
There are adjustable and nonadjustable lanyards.
Durability
The plastic sheaths on the terminations hold the
connector in place and protect the lanyard ends from
abrasion.
The nylon rope used (semi-static or dynamic) is abrasion
and wear resistant.
The sewn terminations have a clean finish.

Asymmetrical sewn flat webbing Y-shaped lanyard


Only for roped manoeuvres (for example with an ASCENSION
handled rope clamp).
Asymmetrical Y-shape for increased ease of use and safety
while moving:
- can connect short or long depending on progression needs
- The two arms allow the user to remain connected to an
anchor when passing intermediate anchor points.
Terminations equipped with a STRING to hold the connector in
place and to protect against abrasion.
Sewn flat webbing for more resistance to abrasion and aging.
The Spelegyca is not an energy absorber.

L52A

Adjustable lanyard for work positioning


Lanyard with fine adjustment system for precise
work positioning
Can be used in two ways:
- double mode, on the harness lateral attachment
to distrubute weight between the waistband and the
operating handle while holding the free end of the lanyard
Removable protective sheath protects the rope from
abrasive contact and favours smooth rope glide. The
protection can be removed when the single lanyard
technique is used, to bring the user closer to the anchor.
Available in several lengths:
_- GRILLON (L%@52A 002): 2 m, 435 g
_- GRILLON (L%@52A 003): 3 m, 515 g
_- GRILLON (L%@52A 004): 4 m, 595 g
_- GRILLON (L%@52A 005): 5 m, 675 g
_-Certification, CE EN 358

NEW

All GRILLON lanyards have a handle which


allows the lanyard to be used in single mode
when connected to the harness ventral
attachment point. The handle allows the cam to
be unlocked (while holding the free end of the
rope) when the user is adjusting his position

Horizontal safety lines and retractable


lanyards also available

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Section Seven

Grillon

Spelegyca C44

Height Safety Equipment


Grillon Hook
NEW

Grillon MGO

NEW

L52M 03

Adjustable work positioning lanyard with


MGO large openingconnector
Lanyard with fine adjustment system for precise
work positioning
Used in single mode on the harness ventral
attachment points, to distribute the weight between
the waistbelt and the leg loops (user is suspended):
lenght is adjusted by operating the handle while
holding the free end of the lanyard
Available in one length:
_- GRILLON (L%@52M 003): 3 m, 995 g
Certification: CE EN 358

Absorbica

L52H

Adjustable work positioning lanyard with


HOOK connector
Lanyard with fine adjustment system for precise
work positioning
Used in double mode on the harness lateral
attachment points, to distribute the weight on the
belt (user has weight on his feet): length is adjustable
by pressing on the pivoting cam)
Can be used in single mode, on the harness
ventral attachment point, to distribute weight
between the waistbelt and the leg loops (user is
suspended): length is adjusted by operating the
handle while holding the free end of the lanyard
(it is necessary to open the device to remove the
protective sheath)
Removable protective sheath protects the rope
from abrasive surfaces and allows smooth rope glide
Available in several lengths:
_- GRILLON (L%@52H 002): 2 m, 625 g
_- GRILLON (L%@52H 003): 3 m, 735 g
_- GRILLON (L%@52H 004): 4 m, 815 g
_- GRILLON (L%@52H 005): 5 m, 895 g

Lanyards
Energy Absorbers
Energy absorbing lanyards are part of a fall arrest system.
Energy absorbing lanyards should be used only after
checking that there is adequate clearance under the user.
The energy generated by the fall is absorbed by the
tearing of the special stitching.
The absorber is protected from abrasion and protrusions
by a zippered pouch.

L57

Sewn webbing energy absorber


Often used in combination with a lanyard to build an energy
absorbing lanyard with a maximum length of 2 metres.
Terminations equipped with STRING.
Compact and lightweight.

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Absorbica-I

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ABSORBICA-I MGO 150

ABSORBICA-I MGO 80

ABSORBICA-I 150

Designed for protection on a lifeline (rope or cable)


The energy of the fall is absorbed by the tearing of specific webbing
Mesh pouch with zipper protects the energy absorber from abrasion or
,
projections and allows regular verification of the asorber'' s condition
Energy absorber end equipped with STRING
Available without connector or with MGO large-opening connector, so in two
lengths
- ABSORBICA-I 80 (L58): 0.8 m
- ABSORBICA-I 80 MGO (L58 MGO): 1.05 m
- ABSORBICA-I 150 (L70150 I): 1.5 m
- ABSORBICA-I 150 MGO (L70150 IM): 1.75 m

ABSORBICA-I 80

Energy absorber with integrated single lanyard

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Height Safety Equipment

Absorbica-Y
Energy absorber with integrated ddouble lanyard
Designed for passing intermediate points on fixed protection
The energy of the fall is absorbed by the tearing of specific webbing
Mesh pouch with zipper protects the energy absorber,from abrasion or
projections and allows regular verification of the asorber s condition
Energy absorber end equipped with STRING
Available without connector or with MGO large-opening connector, so in two
lengths
- ABSORBICA-Y 80 (L59): 0.8 m
- ABSORBICA-Y 80 MGO (L59 MGO): 1.05 m
- ABSORBICA-Y 150 (L70150 Y): 1.5 m
- ABSORBICA-Y 150 MGO (L70150 YM): 1.75 m

Jane

L50 - 53

Non adjustable dynamic rope lanyard


Can be combined with a ABSORBICA energy
Absorber to set up an energy-absorbing <<< I or <<Y
lanyard of less than two meters in length
Sewn ends protected by plastic sheath to hold the
connector in place and protect the terminations from
abrasion
Available without connector or with large-opening
MGO connector for attachment to metal structures,
cables and large diameter bars (large-opening, autolocking connector permanently sewn into the lanyard
termination)
Lanyards without connector
- JANE 0.6 m (L50 60): 110 g
- JANE 1m (L50 100): 130 g
- JANE 1.5 m (L50 150): 185 g
- JANE 2 m (L50 200): 225 g
Lanyards without connector
- JANE MGO 0.6 m (L53 60): 565 g
- JANE MGO 1 m (L53 100): 585 g
- JANE MGO 1.5 m (L53 15): 640 g
Certification: CE EN 354

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Self-braking descenders allow comfort and safety when


descending and moving on fixed ropes:
self-braking system: provides braking force when the
handle is not actuated,
regulating the speed of the descent is done with the
hand on the free end of the rope (the rope is released
with the handle).
they allow for ascending the rope for short distances,
when used in conjunction with a foot loop and a
handled rope clamp.
For use on single ropes.

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Grigri D14
Self-braking descender/belay device
To belay using rock climbing techniques:
- paying out rope is done using both hands,
- arresting a fall is done by holding the free
end of the rope.
When used for hauling, allows the system to be reversible.
For ropes between 10 and 11 mm in diameter.

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Descenders

Height Safety Equipment


ID L D200L0 - D200LN
Self-braking descender with anti-panic
function for rescue
Designed for rescue: lacks gated attachment hole
Multi-functional handle allows the user to:
-unlock the rope and control the descent with the
hand on the braking side of the rope
-move more easily on horizontal or low-angle terrain
thanks to the button on the handle
-to position himself while on the rope
Anti-panic function: if the user pulls too hard on the handle,
the pivoting cam is released and automatically brakes
to stop the descent.
Anti-error safety cam to reduce the risk of an accident due to
incorrect installation of the device on the rope. The shape
of the cam is designed to improve rope glide during an ascent.

ID S D200S0 - D200SN

Pivoting cam makes it easier to take up the slack in the rope. Can also
be used to make a reversible haul system and for short ascents
(in conjunction with a FOOTPRO footloop and an ASCENSION
handled rope clamp)
For ropes between 11.5 and 13 mm in diameter.
in two versions
Available
,
- I',D L (D200L0): yellow
- I' D L (D200LN): black
Certification: CE EN 341 Class A, NFPA 1983 G.
Individually tested.
Weight: 530 g

Rig D21A -D21AN

NEW

Compact self-braking descender

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Designed for rope access work (expert use only)


Multi-functional handle allows the user to:
- unblock the rope and control the descent with the
hand on the free end of the rope
- position himself while on the rope without tying
off the device
The automatic return system on the handle limits
risks in case of an involuntary action by the user
Handle storage position reduces the risk of
snagging when the descender is being carried on the
Harness
The safety gate on the moving side plate helps
prevent dropping the device ad facilintates
installation of the rope and passing intermediate
anchors
Pivoting cam facilitates taking up the slack in the
rope. Can also be used to make a reversable haul
system and for short ascents (in conjunction with
a FOOTPRO foot loop and an ASCENSION handled
rope clamp)
For single ropes between 10.5 and 11.5 mm in
diameter
Available in two versions
- RIG (D21A): yellow
- RIG (D21AN): black
Certification: CE EN 12841 type C, CE EN 341
class A, NFPA 1983, light use
Individually tested
Weight 380 g
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Self-braking descender with anti-panic function


Multi-functional handle allows the user to:
-unlock the rope and control the descent with the
hand on the free end of the rope
-move more easily on horizontal or low-angle terrain
thanks to the button on the handle
-to position himself while on the rope without tying off
the device
Anti-panic function is engaged if the user pulls too hard on the
handle: the pivoting cam is released and automatically brakes
to stop the descent.
Anti-error safety cam to reduce the risk of an accident due to
incorrect installation of the device on the rope. The shape
of the cam is designed to improve rope glide when ascending
Pivoting cam makes it easier to take up the slack in the rope.
Can also be used to make a reversible haul system and for
short ascents (in conjunction with a FOOTPRO footloop and an
ASCENSION handled rope clamp)
A screw (into the back of the device) allows the moving
side-plate to be locked so that the I D S can be part
of a rescue kit
Descender adapted for heavy loads
For ropes between 10 and 11.5 mm in diameter.
in two versions
Available
,
- I,' D L (D200S0): yellow
- I' D L (D200SN): black
, type C,
Certification: CE EN 341 Class A, CE EN 12841
NFPA 1983 L
Individually tested.
Weight: 530 g

Mobile Fall Arresters


ASAP B71
Mobile fall arrester for rope
For use on a safety rope.
Stops a fall, slide or uncontrolled
descent.
Locks even if the device is grabbed
during a fall.
Works on vertical or angled rope.
Moves along the rope without manual
intervention (downwards and upwards).
Easy to install and remove at any point
on the rope.
For 10.5 to 13 mm semi-static ropes
(EN 1891 type A) certified with the device.
Comes with the OK TRIACT automatic
locking carabiner.

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Height Safety Equipment


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ASAP' SORBER L71


Energy absorber with intergrated
lanyard for ASAP
Designed to connect the ASAP mobile fall
arrestor to a harness
The energy generated from a fall is
absorbed by the tearing of specific stitching
Available in two lengths, to get the
desired distance from the safety rope, to
reach the best compromise between distance
from the,rope and height of the fall:
- ASAP' SORBER (L71 20): 20 cm
(required, clearance: 3.15 m, weight 60 g)
- ASAP SORBER (L71 40): 40 cm
(required clearance: 3.50 m, weight 100 g)
Ends equipped with STRING to hold the
connector in position and protect the
webbing from abrasion
Certification: CE EN 355

Rope Clamps
Basic B18
Rope clamp without handle
Compact and lightweight rope clamp.
Multi-purpose: ascending a rope, self-belaying on
a fixed rope, as a progress capture device in hauling
systems etc.
Lower hole for connecting a lanyard.
The upper holes allow a carabiner to be clipped so the rope clamp
can be used for self-belaying or with hauling systems.
For single ropes between 8 and 13 mm in diameter.

Croll B16
Chest ascender
Used with the ASCENSION handle for rope
ascents.
Thumb catch can be pinched for easy
manipulation when the clamp is in position.
Angled attachment hole allows the device to lie
flat against the abdomen.
Used with the SECUR shoulder strap to keep the
ascender in position.
For single ropes between 8 and 13 mm in diameter
Certification: CE EN 567, CE EN 12841type B
Individually tested
Weight: 130 g

Ascension B17WRA - B17WLA - B17RN - B17LN


Handled rope clamp (right and left handed versions)

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Designed for ascending and occasionally for hauling


(progress capture)
Wide, ergonomic molded handle allows a comfortable
yet powerfull grip.
Lower holes for connecting a SPELEGYCA lanyard
and installing a FOOTPRO footloop with a quick link
Toothed cam with self-cleaning slot optimizes
performance under any conditions (e.g. frozen or dirty ropes)
Upper hole through which a caribiner attaches the device
to the rope (useful for back-up belays or hauling)
Comes in left and right handed versions:
and in black versions:
- ASCENSION (B17 WRA): right-handed, yellow.
- ASCENSION (B17 WLA): left-handed, black.
- ASCENSION (B17 RN): right-handed, black grip.
- ASCENSION (B17 LN): left-handed, all black.
For single ropes between 8 and 13 mm in diameter.
Certification: CE EN 567, NFPA 1983 L, CE EN 12841 type B
Individually tested
Weight: 195 g

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Height Safety Equipment


Pulleys

Pulleys

Self-Jamming

Single
NEW

Pro Traxion P51


Very efficient progress capture pulley
Large diameter aluminium sheave mounted
on sealed ball bearings for excellent
efficiency.
Lockable moving side plate allows the rope
to be installed once the pulley is in place.
Auxiliary attachment point for different types
of pulley systems.

Mini Traxion P07


Compact lightweight progress capture pulley
Ideal for work and rescue kits.
Can be used as a pulley or rope clamp.
Aluminium sheave mounted on
self-lubricating bushing.

Mobile PO3A
Swing sided pulley for occasional use
Designed for occasional use when hauling or in
a pulley system.
Good strength-to-weight ratio: nylon sheave and
aluminium side plates.
Swinging side plates.

Fixe P05W - P05WN


Versatile compact pulley
Designed for hauling systems and deviations.
Fixed side plates allow quick installation and
connection to a rope clamp.
Good efficiency with sheave mounted on
self-lubricating bushing.
Compact, lightweight.

NEW

NEW

Rescue P50A - P50AN


High strength, high edfficiency pulley
Designed to maneuver heavy loads or for intensive use.
Large diameter sheave mounted on sealed ball
bearings for excellent efficiency.
Up to three carabiners to facilitate use
Also available in black version.

Pulleys
Prusik

NEW

Mini P59A
Lightweight Prusik pulley
Aluminium side plates and sheaves: compact
Good efficiency from sheave mounted on sealed
ball bearings.

Partner P52A
Gemini P66A
NEW

Lightweight double Prusik pulley


Aluminium side plates and sheaves: compact.
Good efficiency from sheaves mounted on sealed
ball bearings.
Sheaves mounted in parallel with auxiliary
attachment points to build different types of pulley
systems.

NEW

Highley efficiency ultra-compact pulley


Extremely lightweight and ultra-compact pulley
Designed for daily tasks and for on-sit rescue
Sheave mounted on sealed bearings

Pulleys
Transport

Minder P60

NEW

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Highly efficient Prusik pulley


Large diameter aluminium sheave mounted on
sealed ball bearings for excellent efficiency.
Up to three carabiners can be attached for ease
of use.

Twin P65

NEW

Highly efficient double Prusik pulley


Large diameter aluminium sheave mounted on
sealed ball bearings for excellent efficiency.
Sheaves mounted in parallel with auxiliary
attachment points to build different types of
pulley systems.
Up to three carabiners can be attached for ease
of use.
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Tandem P21
Double pulley for Tryolean traverses on rope
Aluminium sheaves mounted on selflubricating bushings for good efficiency.
Acepts upto three carabiners to facilitate use

Tandem Speed P21 SPE


Double pulley for Tryolean traverses
on cable or rope
Stainless steel sheaves for wear resistance.
Sheave mounted on sealed ball bearings
for excellent efficiency.
Up to three carabiners can be attached for
ease of use.

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260mm

470mm

Height Safety Equipment

Kootenay P67

Rollcab

Knot passing pulley


Voluminous rope channel allows passage of joining Knots
Large diameter sheave ensures excellent efficiency
Locking pins on the sheave allow use of the pulley
Voluminous rope channel allows passage of joining Knots
as a high-strength anchor
Height: 260mm

P47

Roller for moving along cable


Designed for progression and evacuation along
mechanical lift cables
Large opening and large diameter sheave for use on
cables up to 55 mm in diameter
When progressing, use a back-up lanyard
Height: 470 mm

Technical data for pulleys


Reference

Certification

Rope
diameter

Sheave

Ball
bearings

Efficiency

Working load

Weight

Progress capture pulleys


Pro Traxion

P51

CE EN 567, EN 12278

8 TO 13 mm

38 mm

Yes

95% o/o

pulley: 3 kN x 2 = 6 kN
rope clamp: 2.5 kN

265 g%

Mini Traxion

P07

CE EN 567, EN 12278

8 TO 13 mm

19 mm

No

o
71% /o

pulley: 2.5 kN x 2 = 5 kN
rope clamp: 2.5 kN

165 g%

Mobile

P03A

CE EN 12278

7 TO 13 mm

21 mm

No

o
71% /o

2.5 kN x 2 = 5 kN

75 g%

Fix

P05W (yellow) CE EN 12278


P05WN (black)

7 TO 13 mm

21 mm

No

71% o/o

2.5 kN x 2 = 5 kN

90 g%

Mobile

P52A

7 TO 11 mm

25 mm

Yes

o
91% /o

2.5 kN x 2 = 5 kN

56 g%

Fix

P50A
CE EN 12278
P50AN (black) NFPA 1983 General use

7 TO 13 mm

38 mm

Yes

o
95% /o

4 kN x 2 = 8 kN

185 g%

Single pulleys

Single pulleys
CE EN 12278

Mini

P59A

CE EN 12278
NFPA 1983 light use

7 TO 11 mm

25 mm

Yes

o
91% /o

2.5 kN x 2 = 5 kN

80 g%

Gemini

P66A

CE EN 12278
NFPA 1983 light use

7 TO 11 mm

25 mm

Yes

o
91% /o

2 x 1.5 kN x 2 = 6 kN

135 g%

Minder

P60A

CE EN 12278
NFPA 1983 General use

7 TO 13 mm

51 mm

Yes

o
97% /o

4 kN x 2 = 8 kN

295 g%

Twin

P65A

CE EN 12278
NFPA 1983 General use

7 TO 13 mm

51 mm

Yes

o
97% /o

2 x 3 kN x 2 = 12 kN

450 g%

Tandam

P21

CE EN 12278

rope--< -13 mm

21 mm

No

o
91% /o

10 kN

195 g%

Tandem Speed

P21 SPE

CE EN 12278

rope---13 mm
cable---12 mm

26 mm

Yes

o
95% /o

10 kN

270 g%

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Prusik pulleys

Transport pulleys

Specialised pulleys
Kootenay

P67

CE EN 12278

8 TO 19 mm

76 mm

Yes

5 kN x 2 = 10 kN

1390 g%

Rollcab

P47

CE EN 1909

cable---55 mm

55 mm

No

5 kN

1470 g%

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Anchor Straps

Rigging Equipment

Sewn webbing sling


Available in various lengths

Swivels P58

Rigging Equipment

Prevents the rope from twisting when the load


is turning.
Mounted on sealed ball bearings.
Available in two versions :
- Swivel S : compact, designed for one-person loads.
- Swivel L : designed for two-person loads, up to 3 connectors can
be attached in the ends.

Rocker
Anchor Plates P58
For easy organization of the
work area and creating
multiple anchor systems.
Made of aluminium : excellent strength-to-weight ratio.
19 mm holes allows the locking sleeves of most carabiners to pass
through.
Breaking strength : 36 kN.

RA003

For use as a safety backup as in EN353-2 or


prEN12841-A in industrial Rope access or Rescue
Made of high strength alloy with hard anodising on cams
Available in two colours (Gold and Black)

Tripods

Static and Dynamic Ropes

Tripod TM8

A wide range of specialist climbing rope is carried in stock.


See our staff for more information.

Working height: 2.14m


Winch: 20m
In accordance with EN795 and
EN1496 class B

Static Rope
In accordance with DIN EN 1891 with
CE marker

Raasta Rope
Premium product for sport climbing,
mountaineering and indoor climbing

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Fall Arrest Blocks


Standens range of fall
arrest devices are
versatile retracting
lifelines providing
protection whilst working
at height. The lifeline is
attached to the back of
the users harness by a
double acting snap hook.
The lifeline arrests the fall
within 1.5m.
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Response XT
Low stretch, high strength
Excellent knot holding
Available in 11 mm and 13 mm

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Height Safety Equipment


Connectors
William M36

MG0 MG060

Locking carabiner with wide opening


Large size helps with the organisation
of work area.
Wide opening for clipping thick bars, etc.
Pear shape allows for belaying with a Munter hitch.
Available locking systems: SCREW, BALL and TRIACT.

Very large automatic locking directional


connector
Designed for connecting to metallic
structures, cable and large diameter bars.
Ergonomic unlocking handle.

Quick Link
Triangular steel quick link
High breaking strength for the different axes.
When closed with a wrench, it becomes a
semi-permanent anchor ring.
Various sizes.

AmD M34
Asymmetrical locking carabiner
D-shaped for an excellent strengthto-weight ratio.
Well adapted for attaching devices.
Available locking systems: SCREW, BALL and TRIACT.

Quick Link
Oval steel quick link
High breaking strength for the different axes.
When closed with a wrench, it becomes a
semi-permanent anchor ring.
Various sizes.

OK M33
Symmetrical locking carabiner
Oval shape helps position devices optimally
(pulleys, rope clamps, etc.).
Ideal for pulley systems.
Available locking systems: SCREW and TRIACT.

Quick Link
Semi-circle aluminium alloy quick link
Used to close any harness where two
attachment points must be connected.
High breaking strength for the different axes.
When closed with a wrench, it becomes a
semipermanent anchor ring.
Various sizes.

Omni M37
Locking semi-circle carabiner
Used to close any harness where two
attachment points must be connected.
Designed for triaxial loading.
Available locking systems: SCREW and TRIACT.

Spirit M15 A
Locking carabiner with friction spur for descenders
The spur increases the friction for improved
control of the descent of a heavy load (e.g. two person
rescue)
TWIST LOCK automatic locking sleeve, unlocked by
a simple rotation
Used, for example, with the I D and RIG self braking descenders
Individually tested

Asymmetrical carabiner
Non-locking, clips easily.
Should be used only for progression using
climbing techniques.

Steel Carabiners

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Freino M42

NEW

Vulcan M73 SL/SN - M73 TL - M73 TLA/TLN


Oxan M72 SL/SLN - M72 TL - M72 TLA/TLN
NEW
Steel symmetric locking carabiner
Very high quality steel for difficult conditions
Keylock system helps prevent snagging of the
Carabiner during maneuvers
Red indicator provides a visual warning when the
carabiner is unlocked ( on SCREW-LOCK version)
Two locking systems available
-OXxXAN (M72 SL): SCREW-LOCK
-OXxXAN (M72 TL): TRIACT-LOCK

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Screw-Lock

Triact-Lock

HIgh-strength steal locking carabiner


Very high quality steel for difficult conditions
Screw-Lock
For use with heavy loads
The texture of the locking sleeve facilitates locking
and unlocking the carbiner
Red indicator provides a visual warning when the
carabiner is unlocked ( on SCREW-LOCK version)
Two locking systems available
- VULCAN (M73 SL): SCREW-LOCK
Triact-Lock

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Omega Pacific Connectors


Style 3 Frames OP76S3

7/16 steel barstock.


Great-handling carabiner for general use
Zinc-chromate plated to increase corrosion resistance.
Captive-eye versions prevent carabiners from flipping or being
removed from lanyards and slings
Available in Screw-Lok, Quik-Lok and 3 Stage Quick Lok.

Large Hook Frames OPLHB, OPSHB


9/16 steel barstock.
Designed to fit over ladder rungs, pipes, safety rails and building
apparatus
Side-swing gate mechanism allows greater gate clearance
Gold Zinc-chromate plating for superior corrosion resistance.

Jake HMS Style Frames OPLHB, OPSHB


Aircraft quality, 7000-series aluminium.
Unique shape orients gear in the centre so ropes dont get pinched
against the spine.
Side-swing gate mechanism allows greater gate clearance and
easier handling.
Available in Screw-Lok, Quik-Lok and 3 Stage Quick Lok.
Anodised for durability.

Harness Accessory
Caritool P42 - P42 L

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Tools accessed and organised with one hand


Flat top aids in sorting attached gear
Small hole on top for attaching keeper cord, prevent dropping critical gear
Slips through the waistbelt slots or along the harness webbing and stays in place, thanks to stabilizing clip
Available in two sizes:
- CARITOOL (P42): maximum load: 5 kg, weight: 25 g
- CARITOOL L (P42 L): maximum load: 15 kg, weight: 60 g
This tool holder is not PPE

Headlamps
A wide range of headlamps to suit your needs are available.

Tikkina
2 LED Headlamp

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Tikka
3 LED Headlamp

Tikka Plus
4 LED Headlamp
with 3 lighting levels

Zipka
Ultra-lightweight 3 LED
Headlamp mounted on
retractable cord

Zipka Plus
Ultra-lightweight 4 LED
Headlamp with 3 lighting
levels mounted on
retractable cord

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Height Safety Equipment

SW SAFETY NETS
European Standard EN 1263-1 Type A2

Safety Nets
Overlay Nets
Debris Netting
Net Repair & Testing

Conforms to health and safety requirements


for personnel working in high envirnments
and third party protection against falling
debris, dust and equipment

SRTE
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Bluewater
Spanset

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Other leading brands of equipment & tools available from DM Standen Ltd

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Special Products

Arborist Products

',
D M Standen s reputation as a valued supplier to the Arborist Industry is well established.
Keeping up with international trends and customized requirements
through a large network of suppliers, we carry a wide range of the specialized equipment needed.

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Arborist Products
Harnesses

Sequoia SRT C69AF0

Sequoia

Seat harness for arborists using ascent


techniques on single rope
Extra-wide, semi rigid waistband offers great support
and exceptional ventilation
Waistband and suspension seat lined with breathable
perforated foam for maximum comfort when suspended
Ventral attachment bridge provides lateral mobility
Ventral attachment bridge is attached to the waistband
and to the leg loops by two gated rings in order to:
- distribute the pressure evenly between the waistband
and leg loops (three positions)
- adapt the length of the ventral attachment bridge or
install two ventral attachment
bridges
,
- to attach the RING S or SWIVEL directly to the
attachment bridge
Ventral attachment point and the rear waistband buckle
used to attach the CROLL ventral rope clamp for ascending
a single rope
The two lateral attachment points transfer the weight
evenly around the waistband for comfortable
surface-supported work
Five equipment loops with protective sheath
Two rings for attaching a hand saw
Slots for CARITOOL tool holder
Waistband equipped with self-locking DoubleBack buckles
Leg loops equipped with FAST automatic buckles

Seat harness for arborists using ascent traditional


footlock ascent techniques
Extra-wide, semi rigid waistband offers great support and exceptional ventilation
Waistband and suspension seat lined with breathable
perforated foam for maximum comfort when suspended
Easy to slip on with the FAST waistband and leg loop buckles
Ventral attachment bridge provides lateral mobility
Ventral attachment bridge is attached to the waistband and to the leg loops
by two gated rings in order to:
- distribute the pressure evenly between the waistband and leg loops (three positions)
- adapt the length of, the ventral attachment bridge
- to attach the RING S or SWIVEL directly to the attachment bridge
The two lateral attachment points transfer the weight evenly around
the waistband for comfortable surface-support work
Five equipment loops with protective sheath
Two rings for attaching a hand saw
Slots for CARITOOL tool holder

Attachment bridges

C69200

Attachment bridges for SEQUOIA harness


Available in three sizes:
- C69200 25: 25 cm
- C69200 30: 30 cm
- C69200 35: 35 cm

NEW

Sequoia Swing C690F0


Arborist seat harness with intergrated adjustable seat
Extra-wide, semi rigid waistband offers great support and exceptional ventilation
Intergrated seat with independant leg loops provides mobility
and freedom of movement
Seat width is adjustable to reduce bulk and facilitate movement within the tree
Easy to don with FAST buckles on the waistbelt and leg loops
Intergrated seat with independant leg loops provides mobility
Attachment bridge provides lateral mobility
Attachment bridge is attached to the waistbelt and to the leg loops by two
gated rings in order to":
- adjust the weight distribution between the waistbelt and the leg loops
- adapt the length of the attachment bridge or install two attachment bridges
- attach the RING S or the SWIVEL directly to the attachment bridge
The two lateral attachment points transfer the weight evenly around the
waistbelt for comfort when leaning back in the belt (with support for the feet)
Five equipment loops with protective sheaths
Two rings for attaching a hand saw
Slots for CARITOOL tool holder

C04620

Connection ring
Installs directly onto the SEQUOIA harness'' s
attachment bridge to improve the climber s lateral mobility

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Ring S

C690F0

Aborist Products
NEW

Ascentree B19 WAA


Double-handled arborist rope clamp
Designed for ascending double ropes in trees using
the f" ootlock" technique or with two PANTIN foot ascenders
Ergonomic molded handle allows a comfortable
yet powerfull grip.
Cam is totally intergrated into the body of the rope
clamp to prevent rubbing
Large handles can be used with thick gloves
Lower holes for connecting a SPELEGYCA lanyard
and installing a FOOTPRO foot loop with a quick link
Upper holes through which a caribiner attaches
the device to the rope (useful for back-up belays or hauling)
For use on ropes between 8 and 13 mm in diameter
Certification: CE
Individually tested
Weight 390 g

Cocoon

Sling

Treesbee

Treesbee C04110 .
Treesbee Screwlink

Treesbee Screwlink

C04110 M

False crotch for arborists


Protects the trees and improves rope glide at the anchor
Can be retrieved from the ground
Wide webbing limits twisting
Triple thickness of termination on large ring side makes
the webbing more rigid during retrieval
Available in two versions:
- strap with large diameter ring and small ring for ropes
with spliced terminations (the splice goes through the small ring)
- strap with large diameter ring and quick link (tiangle) for ropes
with sewn terminations (the link opens to let the sewn
temination through)
Easily identifiable colour code:
- large ring and webbing are yellow
- small ring or triangle and the end of the webbing are black
Length: 110 cm
Available with two types of connector:
- TREESBEE (C04110): 240 G
- TREESBEE SCREWLINK (C04110 M): 295 G
Breaking strength: 23 kN
Certification: EN 795B

Cocoon & Sling

Cocoon RE71
Sling Only RE71S
Cocoon & Sling RE71C
Redirection Pulley
An innovative redirection pully for the special requirements of rope climbing
Can be equipped with a Loop Runner or Rope Sling
Carabiners are not required as Loop Runner or Sling is secured by a round
nut and tightened by hand (No tools needed)
Equipped with a friction ring and a safety ring
Certification: EN 12278
Spiderjack 1

Spiderjack

Spiderjack 2

SJ71

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False crotch for arborists


Multi-functional ascending and descending
Rope runs through the rope duct without any noticable rope slackening
The rope can be shortened one handed while under load
Operator can choose between two operating modes
For ropes from 11 to 13 mm dia
Does not require more than 1 carabiner
Certification: EN 358

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Arborist Products

Positioner

Positioner with Swivel

Positioner PS4
Positioner with Swivel

PS4W

Lockjack Basic

Lockjack Swivel

Repositional Rope Jammer

State of art designed rope jammer


Can be shortened one-handed and lengthened under load
Postioning is absolute and without jolts
Works on 11mm - 13mm ropes and sheathed flexisteel cables
Available with carabiner joined either rigidly or via swivel

Lockjack Dyneema
Lockjack Steel

Lockjack Basic LKS13


Lockjack with Swivel LKS13W
Lockjack Twin Steel LKT13
Lockjack Twin Dyneema LKT13W
Easy to manage Ascending/Descending Device
Facilitates a controlled, dynamic movement at the periphery
of branches

Rope Guide

Rope Guide
Rope Guide

Released Energy Absorber

(with 150cm cambium saver strop_) RG715


(with 300cm cambium saver strop_) RG730

Retrievable Cambium Saver with Deflection Pully

Fall arrest energy absortion down to 6kN


Retrievable from the ground via dyneema sling and retrieval shackle
Continuously adjustable length
Easily sliding adjuster movement even after heavy loads
Secure self-jamming without increase of the fall arrest distance
Lightweight and compact

Double Snapper

RG02-D

Designed for the retrieval of the Ropeguide via a single


length of the throwline
The throwline must be 4 times the height of the installation
for a controlled retrieval

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Rope Guide Retrieval System

Aborist Products
Climbing Ropes

Constructed using a tough 16 strand braided polyester cover with a


kernmantle core then stabilised to create an ideal hard wearing
cost effective climbing rope
Fully splicable cover dependant construction
Low stretch
12 mm for easy grip while retaining a light weigth climbing line
Wears well with high abrasion resistant low snag poyester cover
Kernmantle core construction
Highly visible
Meets ANSI Z-133 standards

NRG is a high performance 12 mm 24 strand climbing rope designed


for use in sport climbing and professional Arborist applications. NRG is
light weight with excellent knot holding abilities and allows easy acess
into trees with great foot locking capabilities
Knobbly cover construction for easy handling
Excellent bend ratio
Light weight
Low stretch for excellent foot locking
Kernmantle construction
Works well with hardware
Meets ANSI Z-133 ctandards

Armor-Prus

R
O

A unique cover blend of Technora and polyester acts like Armor over a core of light weight Spectra 900.
SpectraO core incorporates a world first safety feature of twin Kevlar strands preventing the core from being cut
or melted completely in the unlikely event of a cover failure
o
Blended Technora cover to prevent melting and glazing
Technora is rated 234 C higher than standard polyester
Very low stretch
Easy to splice
Light weight Armored SpectraO /Kevlar safety core
Meets ITCC climbing comp rules
R

Product

Armor-Prus
Armor-Prus

Diameter
(mm)

8
10

Colour

Average
Strength
(kg)

Reel Length
(m)

Flouro yellow
Blue

2800
4300

25
25

Rope Handling
During rope inspection the following should be considered

External Wear
Arborist braids develop fur/pile on the surface as a result of friction and
abrasion. This is normal and forms a protective barrier to the main body
of the jacket yarnes initially. Excessive wear is indicated by severe yarn
filamentation or breakage either distorting the round profile of the braid,
breaking yarns or exposing the core materials throughtout the jacket.
Note, certified kernmantle braids must have a contrasting colour core to
jacket to assist this inspection. in the event of signficant wear the braid
must be retired immediately.

Chemical or Sunlight attack

Section Eight

Degenerative contamination can occur to synthetic fibres through


accidental exposure to chemicals. Nylon is sensitive to strong oxidising
agents and mineral acids.
It is soluble in formic acid, concentrated sulphuric acid and phenolic
compounds. Examination should determine whether any areas of fusion
or carbonisation are present.

If in doubt, discard the braid.


The entire lenght of the rope should be carefully inspected prior to and
at the completion of every use. Avoid using rope that shows signs of
wear. If in doubt, retire the rope.
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Internal Wear
Dirt, grit or other foreign matter may penetrate between the core and
jacket constructions. Examination must be undertaken carefully being
mindful not to buckle or distort fibres in this process which may cause
cause problems later. The presence of large quantities of fibre duct in
the centre of the rope indicates that replacement is due.

Protective measures
Always store, transport and contain braids in a dustproof, strong
storage bag which is impervious to light. Always use braids for the
purpose they have been designed and intended. It is good practise
to maintain a braid history/usage log to assist in determining a
responsible retiring on aged product.
Aboriculture involves inherent dangers emerging from technique or
technical application or the impinging of external factors.
All braids are manufactured to the highest quality and certified
standards as labelled, however correct and proper care, storage and
use in conjunction with certified hardware is imperative to enhance
enhance safety in use. Guidelines are important for correct use, but
can never replace experience, responsibility and knowledge of possible
dangers. Full responsibility in all aspects relating to the use of the
product rests with the user

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Section Nine

Special Products

From building stainless steel wire rope netting enclosures for endangered animal species at the
Auckland Zoo and safety nets for Aucklands Sky Tower to supplying
specialist rigging and technical services to meet NZ offshore oil demands,
DM Standen Ltd has the skill and expertise to fulfil that special project or challenge.
Our staff are available to help you monitor your special project from the design concept
to the final commissioning stages both with supervisory and practical help.
If you have that but of the ordinary project that you need assistance with then
dont hesitate to give us a call.

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Special Products
Wirelock@

General Hardware Lubricant

Wirelock@ is a unique socketing compound for use with


wire ropes. It is quite simply the best socketing solution for
safety, dependability and unparalleled fatigue performance.
Wirelock@ started life in 1962 and has been in general use
for more than 30 years.
Wirelock@ is the original cold socketing compound and,
therefore, eliminates the hazards of working with a molten
metal, allowing socketing to be done on site in virtually all
weather conditions. It is extremely difficult to produce a
void free socket when using molten metal, but extremely
easy to produce a void free socket using Wirelock@. This
ensures a quality socket every time.
Wirelock@ improves productivity by eliminating all these
problems:
No heat
No acid
No special skills
No expensive equipment
No special storage conditions
No guessing of temperature
No hazardous molten material
No long cooling/curing process
No loss of lubricant at socket neck

General Engineering
Uses are extremely varied and include crane ropes, boom
pendants, winches, lifting straps and mast stays.
Wirelock@ should always be used when socketing PFV
ropes as the use of a molten metal will melt and vapourise
the polymer in the valleys of the rope.

Structures

What is Lanoguard?
Lanoguard is an all-purpose anti-corrosive, lubricant,
protectant and waterproofing agent that delivers miraculous
results in various applications.
It's principal ingredient is Lanolin (wool grease), a natural
oil that, in combination with today's technology is
,
almost limitless in its capabilities
As well as general home use Lanoguard can be used in
the following areas:

Industrial Uses
Lubrication - Wire Rope and General
Use Lanoguard spray for long-term lubrication as it will
not evaporate or leach off.
Use Lanoguard grease as a heavy duty grease.

Rust Proofing
For all metal products and will work effectively over
painted surfaces.

Electrical
Spray onto electrical components to provide a
non-corrosive inhibiting waterproof barrier.

These are generally long term applications such as


suspended roofs for stadia, aircraft hangers and other
diverse structures.

Penetration

Bridges

Spray or soak rusted parts to free up siezed parts

Wirelock@ is now widely used on prestigious new build


projects such as the Bosphorous II in Turkey and the
Storebaelt in Denmark. Its use in the refurbishment of
existing bridges includes those at Albegna in Italy, Elke in
Spain, the Forth Road bridge in Scotland and the Point
dAquitaine in France. Some of the bridges use polymer
sheathed ropes for maximum corrosion resistance.
Wirelock@, being a cold process, does not damage the
sheathing material and is, therefore, ideal for these
applications.

Food Industry

Mining
Wirelock@ is the only socketing medium that is currently
approved in the UK for both man and materials winding.
It is extensively used for the same purposes in the gold
mines of South Africa and mines in Australia and Canada.

Offshore
Wirelock@ is the preferred socketing medium for offshore
mooring system worldwide. Moreover, it is the only
socketing system that meets the requirements of DNVs
Certification Notes No. 2.5 Certification of Mooring Steel
Wire Ropes May 1995. It has both Lloyds approval and
ABS type approval.
Wire lock is manufactured under very strict quality control
- Lloyds Register Q.A ISO 9002.
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.
Lanoguard sprays and grease are fully approved for use
in and around the food industry. IOA No. 5525, Type A,
Catagory 10 and 10A 5526, Type C, Catagory 12.

Marine Uses
Boat Trailers
Spray to protect the trailer, frame and in and around the
electrical wiring against corrosion.

Outboard Motors
Spray over the entire powerhead, cowling and leg to
waterproof and prevent corrosion and salt buildup.

Boats and Chandlery


Apply spray or grease to all external fittings, metals,
plastics, rubber fittings and fibreglass.

Tackle
All hooks and leaders can be treated with spray

Anchor Chains
Spray Lanoguard heavy duty liquid on the chain for
non-stacking and smoother winch running.

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Section Nine

Special Products

Dynafor
Dynamometers and LCD load indicators
250kg to 250t
dynafor LLX2

From 0.5 up to 10 tonnes


80 m range wireless connection
Up to 1000h battery life
USB PC connection
1 to 4 sensors can be associated
with 1 to 4 displays
Option: IP 67 protection
Accuracy: 0.1 %

dynafor LLXh

From 15 up to 250 tonnes


80 m range wireless connection
Up to 1000h battery life
USB to PC connection
1 to 4 sensors can be asssociated
with 1 to 4 displays
Option: IP 67 protection
Accuracy: 0.2 %

Model

WLL

Precision
+/- (kg)

Minimum
Display
(kg)

Increment
(kg)

LL x 2
LL x 2
LL x 2
LL x 2
LL x 2
LL x 2
LL x 2
Display

0.5 t
1t
2t
3.2 t
5t
6.3 t
10 t
ALL

0.50
1
2
3.20
5
6.30
10
-

0.50
1
2.50
2.50
5
5
10
-

0.10
0.20
0.50
0.50
1
1
2
-

Model

WLL

Precision
+/- (kg)

Minimum
Display
(kg)

Increment
(kg)

LL x h
LL x h
LL x h
LL x h
LL x h
Display

15 t
25 t
50 t
100 t
250 t
ALL

30
50
100
200
500
-

25
50
100
250
500
-

5
10
20
50
100
-

Model

WLL

Precision
+/- (kg)

Minimum
Display
(kg)

Increment
(kg)

0.50
1
2.50
5
10
25
50
100
200
500

0.10
0.20
0.50
1
2
5
10
20
50
100

0.10
0.20
0.50
1
2
5
10
20
50
100

Precision
+/- (kg)

Minimum
Display
(kg)

Increment
(kg)

0.50
1
2
5
5
10
20
50

0.50
1
2
5
5
10
20
50

dynafor LLX

From 0.25 up to 250 tonnes


Up to 550h battery life
Optional cable remote display
Accuracy: 0.2 %

dynafor LLZZ zZ
From 0.25 up to 20 tonnes
Up to 850h battery life
Accuracy: 0.8 %

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LL x
LL x
LL x
LL x
LL x
LL x
LL x
LL x
LL x
LL x

Model

LL z
LL z
LL z
LL z
LL z
LL z
LLz
LL z

0.25 t
0.5 t
1.25 t
2.5 t
5t
12.5 t
25 t
50 t
100 t
250 t

WLL

0.25 t
0.5 t
1t
2t
3.2 t
6.4 t
10 t
20 t

2
4
8
15
25
50
80
100

Maximum Weight
Display
(kg)
(kg)

550
1100
2200
3520
5500
6930
11000
-

2.30
2.30
2.30
2.30
3.35
3.35
6.45
0.18

Maximum Weight
Display
(kg)
(kg)

16500
27500
55000
110.00 t
275.00 t
-

4
6.60
15.10
46
215
0.18

Maximum Weight
Display
(kg)
(kg)

275
550
1375
2750
5500
13750
27500
55000
100.00 t
250.00 t

1.10
1.10
1.10
1.40
1.90
3.80
6.60
15.10
46
215

Maximum Weight
Display
(kg)
(kg)

275
550
1100
2200
3520
7040
11000
22000

1.10
1.10
1.10
1.30
1.60
2.30
4
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Section Nine

Special Products
Services
Lifting Equipment Hire
A range of standard lifting equipment, including common
items such as chain blocks, lever hoists, chain slings, are
offered for hire in some areas.
Wire rope winders, test weights (up to 5 tonne) and
certified load cells ( up to 30 tonne) are also available for
hire in Auckland.

Fitting and Rigging Service


We offer mechanical splicing of wire rope up to 40mm
diameter, hand splicing for both wire and synthetic rope
up to 90mm diameter and inspections and rope winding
services both in our factory or on site.
We are able to offer a full 24 hour on site rigging and hand
splicing call out service. This service also includes the
supply and fitting of end attachments which are socketted
by experienced staff. Long splicing, yacht rigging and the
re-rigging of ships cranes and derricks, as well as a mobile
rope winding service, are also available.

Preventative Maintenance Service


With the growing need to provide work place safety across
industry DM Standen can assist in keeping your lifting
equipment in a safe and serviceable condition.
We can provide a total lifting equipment management
package including database registers of lifting equipment,
scheduled testing and inspection, repairs, technical advice
and best-fit solutions for replacement of equipment as
required.

Lifting Equipment Inspection and Repair


We will inspect your equipment, identify any problem areas,
repair the item in question and carry out a proof load test.
We repair a broad range of product including chain slings,
chain blocks, lever hoists, winches, plate clamps etc.

Mobile Testing Services (up to 100 tonnes )


No more lost time having your slings and lifting equipment
off-site for testing and certification. Your lifting equipment
can now be tested on site at your convenience.

Testing Facilities (up to 100 tonnes)


We have the testing facilities and expertise to test a broad
range of lifting and rigging equipment. Both proof load and
destruction testing services are available.
All work carried out in accordance with the relevant
statutory standards.

Contact Details
DM Standen Ltd
73 The Concourse, Henderson
West Auckland
New Zealand
PO Box 4360
Auckland
Phone 09 837-7100
Fax 09 837-7101
Email ropecentre@connected.net.nz
www.ropecentre.co.nz
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Special Products
METRIC CONVERSION CHART
British (Imperial) to Metric (SI)
To convert

Into

Metric (SI) to British (Imperial)


Multiply by

Length

To convert

Into

Multiply by

Length

Inches (in)

Millimetres (mm)

25.4

Millimetres (mm)

Inches (in)

0.03937

Feet (ft)

Millimetres (mm)

304.8

Millimetres (mm)

Feet (It)

0.003281

Feet (ft)

Metres (m)

0.3048

Metres (m)

Feet (It)

3.2808

Yards (yd)

Metres (m)

0.9144

Metres (m)

Yards (yd)

1.0936

Fathoms

Metres (m)

1.8288

Metres (m)

Fathoms

0.5468

Chains

Metres (m)

20.1168

Metres (m)

Chains

0.04971

Furlongs

Metres (m)

201.168

Metres (m)

Furlongs

0:00497

Miles

Kilometres (m)

1.6093

Kilometres (m)

Miles

0.6214

Volume

Volume

Cubic inches (in3)

Cubic millimetres (mm3)

16387

Cubic millimetres (mm3)

Cubic inches (in3)

0.00006102

Cubic feet (ft3)

Cubic metres (m3)

0.02832

Cubic metres (m3)

Cubic feet (ft3)

35.315

Cubic yards (yd3)

Cubic metres (m3)

0.7646

Cubic metres (m3)

Cubic yards (yd3)

1.308

Fluid ounces (fl oz)

Millilitres (ml)

28.413

Millilitres (ml)

Fluid ounces (fl oz)

0.0352

Pints

Litres

0.5683

Litres

Pints

1.76

Gallons

Litres

4.5461

Litres

Gallons

0.22

Mass

Mass
Ounces (oz)

Grams (g)

28.3495

Grams (g)

Ounces (oz)

0.03527

Pounds (lb)

Kilograms (kg)

0.4536

Kilograms (kg)

Pounds (I b)

2.2046

Stones

Kilograms (kg)

6.3503

Kilograms (kg)

Stones

0.1575

Hundredweights (cwt)

Kilograms (kg)

50.802

Kilograms (kg)

Hundredweights (cwt)

0.0197

Tons

Tonnes

1.0161

Tonnes

Tons

0.9842

Pounds force (lbf)

Newtons (N)

4.4482

Newtons (N)

Pounds force (lbf)

0.2248

Tons force

Newtons (N)

9964

Newtons (N)

Tons force

0.0001004

Force

Force

Calculation of Drum Capacities


The length of rope a drum will take can be
calculated by using the formula.
Length (m) = (A+B) x A x C x N where:
A=
B=
C=
N=

the height of the drum flange from the centre


the diameter of the core of the drum
the width of the drum between the flanges, and
a constant to be taken below

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Size of
Rope
(mm)

Size of
Rope
(mm)

Size of
Rope
(mm)

87 266

22

6491

44

1623

10

31 416

26

4467

48

1364

11

25 963

28

4007

52

1162

13

18589

32

3068

54

1077

14

16028

35

2565

56

1002

16

12271

38

2176

60

873

19

8702

40

1963

64

767

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Index
A
Advanced Ropeclimbing Technologies
Anchor Chain- Stud Link
Anchors
Anchor Straps

H
80
16
16
74

B
Beam Clamps
Berglok Chain Connections
Blocks - Chain
Blocks - Fall Arrest
Blocks - Lashing
Blocks - Lever
Blocks - Sheave
Blocks - Snatch
Blocks - Snatch (Marine Type)

59
19
57
69
46
57
46
47
46

C
Carabiners
Chain - Anchor
Chain - Long Link
Chain - Regular Link
Chain - Short Link
Chain - Motoblock
Chain - Security
Chain - Sling Connections
Chain - Snake
Chain - Stainless Steel
Chain - Transport
Chain Blocks
Chain End Components
Chain Fittings
Chain Hoists - Electric
Chain Hoists - Electric (Single Phase)
Chain Hoists - Manual
Clamps - Beam
Clamps - Lifting
Climbing Ropes
Connectors - Carabiner
Connectors - Quick Link
Conversion Chart

75, 76
16
13
13
13
14
14
25
14
14
15
57
29
18
52, 56
55
59
59
59
82
75, 76
75
87

D
Descenders
Doublesnapper
Drum Capacities - Calculation
Dynafor

69
81
87
85

E
Eye Hooks
Eye Nuts
Eyebolts
Electric Chain Hoists
Electric Chain Hoists - Single Phase
Electric Winches

43
43
43
52, 56
55
58

Hand Winches
Harnesses
Harnesses - Accessories
Harnesses - Full Body
Harnesses - Sit
Harnesses - Arborist
Helmets
Headlamps
HI-MAN 3-Strand Rope
Hoists - Electric Chain
Hoists - Lever
Hoists - Manual

S
60
62
76
63
64
79
66
76
37
52, 55, 56
55
54

K
Knives
Knots

77
39

L
Lanyards Energy Absorbers
Lanyards Progression
Lanyards Restraint and Work Posiotioning
Lashing Blocks
Lashing Systems
Lever Blocks
Lever Hoists
Lifting Clamps
Lifting Equipment Hire
Lifting Equipment Inspection and Repair
Load Binders - Lever Type
Load Binders - Ratchet Type

68
67
67
46
50
57
55
59
86
86
15
15

M
Manila Rope
Marine/Fishing Ropes
Marine/Yachting Ropes
Metric Conversion Chart
Mobile Fall Arresters
Mobile Testing Services

37
9
9
87
62
86

Nylon Rope

36

P
Polyester Laid Rope
Polypropylene Laid Rope

36
36

Preventative Maintenance Service


Pulleys
Push Trolleys

86
72
57

Q
Quick Links

74
71

G
Geared Trolleys
Girder Trolleys - Single Pin

88

57
57

77
14
41
46
49
49
42
47
46
34
42
37
36
36
36
37
37
38
38
39

T
Testing Facilities
Thimbles
Transport Chain Binders - Lever Type
Transport Chain Binders - Ratchet Type
Transport Chain Hooks
Transport Chain Links
Trawl Swivels
Tripods
Trolleys - Geared
Trolleys - Push
Trolleys - Universal
Turnbuckles - Galvanised

86
42
15
15
15
15
46
74
57
57
55
42

U
Universal Trolleys

55

V
Verotop 8 Rope
Verotop Rope

10
10

75

F
Fall Arrest Blocks
Fitting and Rigging Service

Safety Nets
Security Chains
Shackles
Sheave Blocks
Slings - Endless Round
Slings - Polyester Web
Snap Hooks with Eye - Galvanised
Snatch Blocks
Snatch Blocks - Marine Type
SUPERDAN 8-Strand Rope
Swivels
Synthetic Rope - HI-MAN 3-Strand
Synthetic Rope - Nylon
Synthetic Rope - Polyester Laid
Synthetic Rope - Polypropylene Laid
Synthetic Rope - SUPERDAN 8-Strand
Synthetic Rope - Manila
Synthetic Rope - Southern Ocean Break Strain Chart
Synthetic Rope - Southern Ocean Application Chart
Synthetic Rope - Knots

R
Rigging Equipment - Anchor Plates
Rigging Equipment - Swivels
Rigging Screws
Rope Clamps
Ropes - Dynamic
Rope - Handling
Ropes - Static
Ropes - Verotop 8 Rope
Ropes - Verotop Rope

74
74
42
70
74
82
74
10
10

W
Webbing Safety Chart
Winches - Electric
Winches - Hand
Wirelock
Wire Rope
Wire Rope - Care & Maintenance
Wire Rope - Cores
Wire Rope - Drum Winding
Wire Rope - Engineering Ropes
Wire Rope - Galvanising
Wire Rope - General Purpose Ropes
Wire Rope - Handling of Anti-Spin Ropes
Wire Rope - Lubrication
Wire Rope - Measuring Outside Diameter
Wire Rope - Sheaves and Drums (min dia)
Wire Rope - Sheave Grooves
Wire Rope - Strand Construction
Wire Rope - Uncoiling and Unreeling
Wire Rope Grips
Wire Rope Lay
Wire Rope Grip Pulling Hoists
Working Load Limits - Chain Fittings
Working Load Limits - Chain End Components
Working Load Limits - Rotating Lifting Point

49
58
60
83
3
7
4
4
8
4
8
7
4
5
6
6
4
5
44
4
60
26
27
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