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Our offered Product range includes Cable Laid Slings, chain hooks, Clevis Grab Hooks, Heavy Duty Hook Latches and Black Diamond Wire Rope.

Cable Laid Slings

  • Min Length (SL) of Sling ft-in. 2

Rated capacities of basket hitches are based on minimum diameter of curvature at the point of load contact of 10 times the rope diameter. **Rated capacities of choker hitches apply when the angle of choke is greater than 120°.

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chain hooks

  • Weight per 100 Pcs. (lbs.) 36

Chain Size (in.) Working Load Limit (lbs.) Weight per 100 Pcs. (lbs.) 14 3500 36 516 4700 62 38 6600 100 12 11, 300 222 Grade 43 Clevis Grab Hooks

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Clevis Grab Hooks

  • Grade 43
  • Weight per 100 Pcs. (lbs.) 32

Chain Size (in.) Working Load Limit (lbs.) Weight per 100 Pcs. (lbs.) 14 2600 32 516 3900 62 38 5400 100 716 7200 131 12 9200 222 58 14, 000 441 34 19, 750 650

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Heavy Duty Hook Latches

  • Weight Each (lbs.) 054

LATCH ORDERING INSTRUCTIONS 1. Specify PL latch kit stock number from charts below. 2. Specify capacity of hook to which latch will be assembled. 3. Specify hook material (carbon or alloy).

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Black Diamond Wire Rope

Wire rope consists of three basic components; while few in number, these vary in both complexity and configuration so as to produce ropes for specific purposes or characteristics. The three basic components of a standard wire rope design are: 1) wires that form the strand, 2) multi-wire strands laid helically around a core, and 3) the core. Wire, for rope, is made in several materials and types; these include steel, iron, stainless steel, monel and bronze. By far, the most widely used material is high-carbon steel. This is available in a variety of grades each of which has properties related to the basic curve for steel rope wire. Wire rope manufacturers select the wire type that is most appropriate for requirements of the finished product. Steel wire strengths are appropriate to the particular grade of the wire rope in which they are used. Grades of wire rope are referred to as traction steel (TS), mild plow steel (MPS), plow steel (PS), improved plow steel (IPS), and extra improved plow steel (EIP). (These steel grade names originated at the earliest stages of wire rope development and have been retained as references to the strength of a particular size and grade of rope.) The plow steel strength curve forms the basis for calculating the strength of all steel rope wires; the tensile strength (psi) of any steel wire grade is not constant – it varies with the diameter and is highest in the smallest wires.

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Wire rope cutters

Always Dependable, The Standard Tool Used Throughout The World The Finest Quality Hammer-Type Cable Cutters Here are the original portable impact cutters, invented by Morse-Starrett, and designed for one purpose, to cut wire rope. Actuated by striking with a hammer, they are simple to operate and do a superior job with only a few blows. These cutters are precision engineered to deliver a cut without affecting the original roundness of the wire rope. The blades and dies are made of the best tool steel available, heat treated and ground to close tolerances. No other similar product matches M0S quality of material and workmanship.

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First Sling

  • Sling Weight Per Foot (lbs.) 0.24

The emergence of the Inspectable RoundSling has eliminated the need for costly or confusing accessories to perform visual inspections. Traditional opaque roundslings have become unnecessary, impractical, costly, and above all else – less safe.

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Chain Slings

  • Double Leg 60º

Never use a sling without training. Always inform yourself…Ask your employer for the manufacturer’s sling use limitations. Always comply with applicable Federal and local regulations. Always know load weight. Never use a sling without a legible rated load tag. Never overload a sling. Never ride on sling or load. Never use an improper sling configuration. Never use a worn-out or damaged sling. Never use a sling in extreme temperatures. Never use a sling in acidic conditions. Never use a sling without training. OSHA regulation requires responsible work practice. “The employee shall permit only those employees qualified by training or experience to operate equipment or machinery”- OSHA 1926.20 (a) (4). Employee training should include information given in OSHA training literature, ASME B30.10a – 1996 “Hooks” safety standards and this document. Always inform yourself. Ask your employer for chain sling safe use information. “The employer shall instruct each employee in the recognition and avoidance of unsafe conditions and the regulations applicable to his work environment to control or eliminate any hazards or other exposure to injury” – OSHA 1926.21 (b) (2).

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Cordura Nylon Slings

  • Width (in.) 1

Black Diamond Cordura 700 One Stripe Medium Duty Web Eye & Eye Slings1lack Diamond Cordura 1200 Two Stripes The Strongest Abrasion-Resistant Sling

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Screw Pin Shackle

  • Weight Each (lbs 1.4

√Designed with Non-Slip surface that: Eliminates “bunching” effect cause by traditional shackles. Reduces sling tendency to slide. √Shackles available in size 3-14 to 50 tons. √Increased radius of bow gives wider sling surface resulting in an increased area for load distribution, thus: Increasing Synthetic Sling efficiency by at least 15% as compared to stand anchor and chain shackles bows and conventional hooks. This allows 100% of the slings rated Working Load Limit to be achieved. Allow better load distribution on internal fibers. √Design factor of 5 to 1. √Shackles available in both a Screw Pin and Bolt, Nut and cotter pin configuration. Bolt (Pin) has a larger diameter that provides better load distribution. √Look for the Red Pin® … The mark of genuine Crosby Quality. √Each shackle has a Production Identification Code (PIC) for material traceability along with a Working Load Limit and the name Crosby forged into it.

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Single Leg Chain Sling

  • Working load limit while at temperature not recommended

M chain inspection programs CM provides chain users with a wide range of informative materials and instructive programs on chain and chain inspection. Our colorful chain safety posterchart and our fact-filled booklet, “CM Lifting, Pulling & Binding Products Manual PMC-10, ” are available on request. Cm chain seminars on proper chain use, care and inspection are conducted at our headquarters in Amherst, New York, and in plants across the country. Video cassette training programs, slide and film presentations and in-plant chain sling inspections are also available. CM education programs are designed to promote the proper use of all CM products, and to assist users in complying with OSHA regulations.

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Grip Sling

Rated capacity in tons of 2, 000 lbs. Rated capacities shown apply only to 6×19 and 6×36 classification wire rope.Rated capacities basket hitch based on Dd ratio of 25. Rated capacities based on pin diameter no larger than natural eye width or less than the nominal sling diameter. Rated capacities based on design factor of 5. Horizontal sling angles less than 30 degrees shall not be used.

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Multi-Leg Chain Sling

  • Inside length C 3

Dimensions (inches) Dameter Material A Inside width B Inside length C Type DOS 5 ft. reach (in.) (mm) 60° 45° 30° 732 5.5 3, 600 3, 000 2, 100 HA40 1332 1 12 3 8 932 7 6, 100 4, 900 3, 500 HA50 12 2 12 5 9 38 10 12, 300 10, 000 7, 100 HA75 34 2 34 5 12 18 12 13 20, 800 17, 000 12, 000 HA100 1 3 12 7 31 58 16 31, 300 25, 600 18, 100 HA125 1 14 4 38 8 34 49 34 20 49, 000 40, 000 28, 300 HA150 1 12 5 14 10 12 71 78 22 59, 200 48, 400 34, 200 HA175 1 34 6 12 98 1 26 82, 600 67, 400 47, 700 HA200 2 7 14 132 1 14 32 125, 200 102, 200 72, 300 HA225 2 14 8 16 221

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Grip Slings

  • Eye Length (l)

Type 1 is a general-purpose sling, which is adaptable for basket, and straightpull hitches. This type of sling is used more widely than any other for generalmaterials handling.Extra Improved Plow Steel – Refer to ANSI B30.9 for full details Rated capacity basket hitch based on Dd ratio of 25 times the rope diameter. Rated capacity based on pin diameter no larger than natural eye width or less than the nominal sling diameter. Rated capacity based on design factor of 5. Horizontal sling angles less than 30 degrees shall not be used. Fittings must be specified when ordering slings. Check fittings section for other fittings that may be used with these slings.

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Vehicle Recovery Straps

  • Strength 20,000 lb. Ult. Web Tensile

Designed for off-road vehicles, the elastic properties of nylon web frees stuck vehicles without the use of dangerous hooks, chains or cables. Each strap furnished in heavy poly bag with instructions.

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Web Connector

  • Weight Each (lbs.) 1.5

The Web Connector line is designed to connect Synthetic Web Slings and Synthetic Round slings to conventional hardware. √ Connects Synthetic Web and Synthetic Round Slings to conventional Crosby hardware including: 320N Eye Hook Additional Crosby Grade 8 Fittings Master Links Rings Shackles √ Makes a field assembled bridle quick and easy √ No cotter pin to snag sling material √ Durable vinyl cover that: Protects slings at eye Keeps slings positioned correctly on spool

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Web Sling Shackle

  • Weight Each (lbs.) 1.2

Web Sling Shackle is designed to connect Synthetic Web Slings and Synthetic Round Slings to eyebolts, pad eyes and lifting lugs. Incorporates same ear spread and pin dimensions as conventional Crosby Shackles. Allows easy connection to pad eyes, eye bolts and lifting lugs. Increased radius of bow gives wider sling bearing surface resulting in an increased area for load distribution, thus: Increasing Synthetic Sling efficiency by at least 15% as compared to standard anchor and chain shackle bows and conventional eye hooks. This allows 100% of the slings rated Working Load Limit to be achieved. Allow better load distribution an internal fibers.

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Swage Wire Rope Assemblies

Single-rope legs and open swaged sockets Single-rope legs and open and closed swaged sockets Single-rope legs and closed swaged sockets

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Poured Wire Rope Assemblies

Length of sling (SL) is measured as indicated on sketches. Letter P designates socket pins parallel and R at right angles (90 degrees). Information on purple-plus ropes with higher rated capacities is available upon request.

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Ratchet Strap Accessories

  • Working Load Limit 3,335 lbs.

Heavy duty Ratchet Strap Assemblies are used to tie down loads on flatbed trailers, trucks , and for many other cargo restraint applications. Ratchet Features: Patented One-piece Handle and Double Locking Mechanism

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Grommets

  • Component Rope Diam. (in.) 1/8

Grommet Slings can be fabricated in very short circumferences. The reason is this; Grommet Slings are made from one continuous length of strand or wire rope. This requires only one tuck-in point as compared with six tuck-in points needed to manufacture an endless sling. Grommets made from strand are called Rope Grommets – and are used high resistance to abrasion. Grommets made from wire rope are called Cable Grommets – and are used where extra flexibility is needed. Many fittings are adaptable for use with Grommet Slings. Length Tolerance Grommets are made to a length tolerance of plus or minus 6 sling body diameters or plus or minus 1% of circumferential sling length, whichever is greater. Vertical, Choker or Vertical Basket Rated Capacity in tons of 2000 lbs. Rated capacities shown apply only to 7x6x7 or 7x7x7 Galvanized Small Cord (GSC)

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Hand Spliced Slings

  • Recommended Minimum Length 1′ 10″

Length Tolerance Hand spliced slings are manufactured to a length tolerance of plus or minus 2 rope diameters or plus or minus 0.5% of sling length, whichever is greater. Slings, which will be used as matched sets will be within 12 rope diameter of each other.

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Reverse Eye Slings

  • Sling Width 2

VI – Return eye (reversed eye) sling is formed by using multiple widths of webbing held edge to edge. A wear pad is attached on both sides of the sling body and on both sides of the loop eyes to form a loop eye at each end which is at a right angle to the plane of the sling body.

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Web Sling Systems

This easy-to-use chart is designed to allow you to quickly determine the fittings required to create the Web Sling or Round Sling you need.

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Forged Hooks

  • Weight Each (lbs) 1.0

New style incorporates throat opening equal to or larger than old style hooks. Each product has a Product Identification Code (PIC) for material traceability along with a Working Load Limit, and the name Crosby or "CG" forged into it. All hooks incorporate Crosby’s patented QUICK-CHECK marks to help in determining if throat opening dimension has changed. Each hook can be equipped with a Crosby S-4320 heavy duty stamped latch with the high cycle, long life spring. Forged Alloy Steel — Quenched and Tempered. Design Factor of 5 to 1

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Metal Hardware

– Sling made with a triangle fitting on one end and a slotted triangle choker fitting on the other end. It can be used in a vertical, basket or choker hitch.

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Standard Eye & Eye Web Slings

  • Twisted Eye Type 4 EE1-901 EE1-902 EE1-903 EE1-904 EE1-905 EE1-906 EE1-908 EE1-910 EE1-912

3 and 4 Type III– Sling made with a flat loop eye on each end with loop eye opening on same plane as sling body. This type of sling is sometimes called a flat eye and eye, eye and eye, double eye sling.

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General Information

  • Sling Width Nylon & polyester are seriously degraded at temperatures above 200°F.

When ordering slings consider: • Type of Hitch • Capacity Tables • Sling to Load Angles1. Sling type and code number 2. Number of plies 3. Web class 4. Web width in inches 5. Sling material (nylon or polyester) 6. Sling length – pull to pull

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Boomer Chain

  • Weight Each (lbs.) 30.25

Heat-treated alloy steel. End fitted with Crosby A-330 Quenched and Tempered alloy ends clevis grab hook. Finish – Self colored.Hooks are forged – Quenched and Tempered Spectrum 4 High Test Carbon steel from 516″ thru 58″ Spectrum 8 Alloy Steel from 34″ thru 1-18″ Individually proof tested

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Light Duty Cargo Basket Sling

  • Vertical Basket 3,000

Body Width Code Number Vertical Basket Hitch Cap. in Lbs. Eye Length Eye Width 6″ WLA1-906 3, 000 10“ 1″ 6″ WLA2-906 6, 000 10“ 1“ 8″ WLA1-908 3, 000 10“ 1“ 8″ WLA2-908 6, 000 10“ 1“ 10″ WLA1-910 3, 000 12“ 1“ 10″ WLA2-910 6, 000 12“ 1“ 12″ WLA1-912 3, 000 12“ 1“ 12″ WLA2-912 6, 000 12“ 1“ 16″ WLA1-916 5, 000 12“ 2“ 16″ WLA2-916 10, 000 12“ 2“ 20″ WLA1-920 5, 000 18“ 2“ 20″ WLA2-920 10, 000 18“ 2“ 24″ WLA1-924 5, 000 18“ 2“ 24″ WLA2-924 10, 000 18“ 2“

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Sling Saver

  • Weight Each (lbs.) 0.33

The “Spool” is designed to keep the load centered on the pin, thus keeping the sling positioned correctly in the shackle bow.The “Link Plate” is designed to connect two (2) S-252 OR S-253 “SLING SAVER” Shackles together.

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Special Edge Nylon Slings

  • Web Width 1"

3 & 4 Slings 3" Wide and Over have Tapered Eyes. Nylon Slings Furnished Yellow Treated. Polyester Slings Furnished Gray Treated with "Monster Edge". *Add "PME" to Stock No. for Polyester "Monster Edge" PME is available in 1, 2, 3, 4 & 6" widths 9800 Series Gray Treated with "Monster Edge"

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Magnet Chain Sling

  • Length of 2 body chain links (in.)** 4

Bail-Type Magnet Chain Assemblies An alloy casting supplied with welded links and chain. Magnet not included with assembly

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High Test

  • Weight per 100 ft. Pounds

Grade 43 chain features both high tensile strength and resistance to wear needed by modern hauling and heavy-duty trucking, farm and construction firms. Working load limits exceed those of ordinary low carbon or general utility chain. Material: Carbon Steel Finish: Self-colored, bright and hot galvanizedAttachments: Can be supplied in assemblies with any standard chain attachments such as rings, slip hooks, grab hooks, eye bolts, snaps and enlarged links. Can also be furnished with special attachments for which detailed prints should be furnished with inquiry or order.

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transport

  • Weight per 100 ft. 74

Attachments: Can be supplied in assemblies with forged clevis grab hooks on each end and other attachments as required. Test Certificate: All Grade 70 chain is proof tested. Proof test certificates are furnished on requested. Grade 70 is extremely strong for its light weight and is used primarily for load binding in the transportation industry. However, it is also used extensively on farms, in lumbering, towing and construction. Grade 70’s high strength to weight ration is achieved due to the boron manganese steel from which it is fabricated. It resists wear because of its exceptional hardness properties. Grade 70 chain is not to be used for lifting or hoisting applications.

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LATCH ORDERING INSTRUCTIONS

  • Weight Each (lbs. .02

Specify latch kit stock number Specify capacity of hook to which latch will be assembled. Specify hook material (carbon or alloy).

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Hook Latch Kit

  • Weight Each (lbs.) .02

Stainless steel construction with cadmium plated steel nuts. Shipped packaged and unassembled. Instructions included for easy field assembly.

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Proof CoilProof Coil

  • Weight Per 100 Feet (lbs.) 39

Carbon Steel. Minimum Ultimate load is 4 times the Working Load Limit. Permanently embossed with CG (Crosby Group) and 3 (Grade). Finish – Self colored and galvanized. Standard container – fiber drum.

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Crosby Hoist Hooks

  • Weight Each (lbs.) 75

Forged – Quenched and Tempered. Load rating codes stamped on each hook. 322 Swivel Hooks use the same load rating code as 319 Shank Hooks Proper design, careful forging, and precision controlled quench and tempering gives maximum strength without excessive weight and bulk. Hoist hooks incorporate markings forged into the product which address two (2) QUIC-CHECK features:Weight Each (lbs.) Dimensions

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Part Braided Sling

  • Slip Thru Thimbles (in.)

Note: 332 – 316 utilize galvanized small cord minimum breaking force. Rated capacities basket hitch and vertical lift based on Dd ratio of 25. Where “d” = the rope component diameter. Rated capacities based on design factor of 5. Rated capacities based on pin diameter no smaller than 5 times the body diameter and no larger than the natural width of the eye. Horizontal sling angles less than 30 degrees shall not be used.

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Adjust-A-Link Chain Sling

  • Latch kit code 595461

• Adjustable all-purpose utility sling • Lifts evenuneven loads easily • Lightweight and portable • Saves time • Available in 6′ and 10′ reach • Hook latch optional

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SHUR-LOC Hook

  • Weight Each (lbs.) .85

All SHUR-LOC hooks have the following features: Forged Alloy Steel – Quenched and Tempered. Positive Lock Latch is Self-Locking when hook is loaded. The SHUR-LOC hook, if properly installed and locked, can be used for personnel lifting applications and meets the intent of OSHA Rule 1926.550 (g) (4) (iv) (B). Eye Style incorporates these added features: Individually Proof Tested to 2-12 times the Work Load Limit with certification. Fatigue rated at 1-12 times the Working Load Limit at 20, 000 cycles. 25% stronger than Grade 80. Suitable for use with Grade 100 and Grade 80 chain. Designed with "Engineered Flat" to connect to S-1325 chain coupler.

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Sliding Choker Hook

  • Weight Each (lbs.) 3.7

Sliding Choker HookSliding Choker Hook NOTE: Designed for use with Type III, (Eye & Eye), Class 7, 2 Ply web slings ? Maximum Proof Load is 2-12 times the Working Load Limit. Average straightening load (ultimate load) is 5 times the Working Load Limit. Crosby Sling Saver hardware meets the requirements for minimum stock diameter or thickness, and effective contact width shown in the Recommended Standard Specification for Synthetic Polyester Roundslings by the Web Sling & Tie Down Association. WSTDA-RS1 (revised 2001)

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SHUR-LOC Swivel

Forged Alloy Steel – Quenched and Tempered. Individually Proof Tested at 2-12 times the Working Load Limit with certification. Positive Lock Latch is Self-Locking when hook is loaded. Rated for both Wire Rope and Grade 8 Chain. G-414 Heavy Thimble should be used with wire rope slings. Trigger repair Kit available (S-4316). Consists of spring, roll pin, and trigger. S-3326 Swivel Hook utilizes anti-friction bearing design which allows hook to rotate freely under load. Meets ASTM A-952-96 and proposed Euronorm standards for Grade 8 chain fittings. Fatigue rated. The SHUR-LOC hook, if properly installed and locked, can be used for personnel lifting applications and meets the intent of OSHA Rule 1926.550 (g) (4) (iv) (B). "Look for the color Gold – Crosby Alloy Hooks". U.S. Patent 5, 381, 650 and foreign equivalents.

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Crosby Shank Hooks

  • Deformation Indicator 1.50

Hoist hooks incorporate markings forges into the product which address two (2) QUIC-CHECK features. Deformation Indicators — Two strategically placed marks, one just below the shank or eye and the other on the hook up, which allows for a QUIC-CHECK measurement to determine if the throat opening has changed, thus indicating abuse or overload. To check, use a measuring device (i.e. tape measure) to measure the distance between the marks. The marks should align to either an inch or half-inch increment on the measuring device. If the measurement does not meet this criteria, the hook should be inspected further for possible damage. Angle Indicators — Indicates the maximum included angle which is allow between two (2) sling legs in the hook. These indicators also provide the opportunity to approximate other included angles between two sling legs.

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Crosby

  • Weight Per 100 6

Each base has a Product Identification Code (PIC) for material traceability, the name CROSBY or "CG", and a size forged into it. Entire Clip-Galvanized to resist corrosive and rusting action Sizes 18" through 2-12" have forged bases. All Clips are individually bagged or tagged with proper application instructions and warning information. Clip sizes up through 1-12" have rolled threads. Crosby products meet or exceed all the requirements of ASME B30.26 including identification, ductility, design factor, proof load and temperature requirements. Importantly, Crosby products meet other critical performance requirements including fatigue life, impact properties and material traceability, not addressed by ASME B20.26. Look for the Red-U Bolt, your assurance of Genuine Crosby Clips.

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Crosby Eye Hooks

  • Working Load Limit (t)* 3/4

Hoist Hooks incorporate the following features: The most complete line of Eye hoist hooks. Available in carbon steel and alloy steel. Designed with a 5:1 Design Factor. Eye hooks are load rated. Proper design, careful forging and precision controlled quenched and tempering give maximum strength without excessive weight and bulk. Every Crosby Eye Hook has a pre-drilled cam which can be equipped with a latch. Even years after purchase of the original hook, latch assemblies can be added (See pages 97 – 99) Chemical analysis and tensile tests performed on each PIC to verify chemistry and mechanical properties. Hoist hooks incorporate two types of strategically placed markings forged into the product which address two (2) QUIC-CHECK features: Deformation Indicators and Angle Indicators (see following page for detailed definition).

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Synthetic Sling Saver

EASILY INTEGRATED INTO "SYNTHETIC SLING SYSTEM" The "Synthetic Sling Saver" shackle line has been designed to easily adapt to other Crosby sling fittings to develop complete systems for synthetic slings.

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Part Braided Slings

  • Vertical 0.84

Rated capacity Basket Hicth based on Dd ratio of 25 times the component rope diameter. Rated capacity based on pin diameter no larger than natural eye width or less than the nominal sling diameter. Rated capacity based on design factor of 5 *Mechanical Splice ***Work Load Limit Horizontal sling angles less than 30 degrees shall not be used. Larger sizes are available upon request.

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Web Sling Hooks

  • Weight Each (lbs. 1.10

Hook capacity available: 1-12, 3, and 5 tons. All Alloy construction. Design factor of 5 to 1. Each hook has a Product Identification Code (PIC) for material traceability along with a working load limit and the name Crosby forged into it. Originally designed for 2-Ply Web slings, the Crosby Web Sling hook can also be used with Round Slings as long as the Working Load Limit ratings are compatible. The new hook incoporates the following features.: Eye is designed with a wide beam surface which: Eliminates bunching effects. Reduces sling tendency to slide. Allows a better load distribution on internal fibers. All hooks feature Crosby’s patented QUIC-CHECK indicators. Hook Web Sling Eye width available: 1″, 2″, and 3″. Fatigue rated to 20, 000 cycles at 1-12 times the Working Load Limit.Weight Each (lbs.

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