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DIN 764 Chain

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GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CICSA CHAINS FOR BUCKET ELEVATORS AND CONVEYORS CICSA TYPE 2H, 3H, 3HS, 3HX, LH, MH, S3, S4 CICSA chains of this type are manufactured according to standards such as DIN 764, 766, 22252 or other work standards. The materials used are micro-alloy steels specially designed by steelworks, with high Mn content for type 2H and NiCr and NiCrMo alloys for the other types. CICSA chains of all types are subject to over-refined heat treatments, comprising high depth carburizing, in order to obtain the best possible features; the welding process, the strength for CICSA, is performed with state-of-the-art technology. The result is:
• Microstructures with fine grain, very tough core with a gradual transition from the hardened to the inner area;
• Breaking forces equal or higher than those established by the DIN 764-766 grade 2 or 3 standards;
• High resistance to wear and tear;

Link Chain

 

Chain dimensions, and therefore the gypsies that will accept them, vary considerably according to whether they are made to imperial or metric standards and even between manufacturers. European made chain is to DIN 766 and/or ISO4565 and most European gypsies will accept it. There is a strange anomaly that has caught out many owners. The dimensions of the two standards are identical for all chain sizes except 10 mm, in which the link length is 2 mm different. The gypsy should be marked in some way to identify to which standard it conforms.

 

 

Suppliers normally proof test chain to between 40% and 50% of the rated Minimum Break Load (MBL), whereas the quoted Safe Working Load (SWL) is 25% of the MBL.

 

 

Note that many other standards exist for short link non-marine chain whose dimensions are different. Chain to these standards will not fit any gypsies.

 

 

American chain is made mainly to ISO G30 and G43 standards with longer links that may not fit European gypsies. Note that the dimensions of these two grades are not the same. G43 (Grade 40) is more widely used for anchor rodes in USA.

Link Chain EN 818/1

Combination Rotary Machine

Roper Whitney Combination Rotary Machine with 7 in throat is furnished with rolls for turning, burring, wiring, crimping and Ogee bead work. Machine of 24 gacapacity has mild steel construction. Machine with 26 in crimping capacity features 2 in distance between the shaft centers.
  • Capacity: 24 ga mild steel
  • Crimping capacity: 26 in
  • Depth of throat to frame: 7 in
  • Distance between shaft centers: 2 in

Grade 80 Chain

Grade 80 chain is a heat-treated steel chain with a high strength to weight ratio. Its strength makes it safe for overhead lifting and lifting slings. It’s also excellent for uses such as recovery, safety, and towing chains. Grade 80 chain is also becoming more common in the flatbed trucking industry to secure heavy duty industrial loads. Because these types of chains are generally equipped with a specific type of clevis grab hook, Grade 80 tie down chain is not approved for overhead lifting.

Grade 70 Chain

Grade 70 is transport chain manufactured in heat-treated carbon steel. As the name suggests, it’s used as tie downs on over-the-road trailers so it’s also known as truckers chain. It’s never to be used for overhead lifting. Grade 70 chain generally features a gold chromate finish so it’s easy to recognize and to meet California Highway Patrol and DOT requirements. In addition to transport uses, it’s also commonly used in towing, logging, oil rigs, and safety chain applications.

Grade 63 Chain

Stainless steel lifting chains and accessories (Grade 50/63) play an important role in the world of rigging. They are usable in areas where conventional alloy chain is not sufficiently resistant to corrosion--examples include marine, wastewater and food handling industries. They are also suitable for use at higher temperatures by comparison. 

Please note that Pewag has changed from offering Grade 50 to Grade 63 chain and components. The new Grade 63 product line has good resistance against pitting and stress corrosion cracking. Its unique combination of corrosion resistance, resistance to stress corrosion cracking, high tensile and yield strength make it a great choice for Pewag's new stainless lifting chain lineup.

Grade 40 Chain

High tensile strength carbon steel anchor (windlass) chain with an ISO short link. The short link makes it more flexible and ideally suited for use as an windlass chain.Compatible with all major brands of windlasses. ACCO'S state-of-the-art hot dip galvanized finish is recommended for all marine applications.
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