Lifting chains and chain components are useful tools when it comes to handling a range of lifting and rigging tasks in the workplace. Composed of lengths of high tensile chain with various high tensile components attached, our lifting chain slings and all lifting chain components are Grade 80, ensuring their durability and reliability. At Team Systems, we have alloy chain slings in one leg, two leg and four leg configurations, as well as sling hooks, self-locking hooks and panel clutch available. Our warehouses are located in Melbourne, Sydney, Perth and Brisbane, making us dependable providers of lifting chain slings and chain components throughout Australia.
Our Grade 80 lifting equipment has wide functionality and can be used in numerous industrial environments. These include use in warehouses, mines, construction sites and many other places. They are particularly useful for lifting concrete slabs, skip bins, pipes, building materials and other goods on construction sites. Moreover, as our industrial chain slings can withstand high temperatures and exposure to chemicals and UV rays, they are great for use in foundries and steel mills. With our lifting chains and components, your employees can safely perform lifting and rigging tasks in a number of work environments.
At Team Systems, our Grade 80 lifting equipment is available in various dimensions, sizes, load capacities and applications. Depending on the environment you work in, it is important that you choose a product that is suited to your workplace’s conditions.
Grade 80 alloy chains like our Four Leg Chain Slings with Shortening Grab Hook & Self-Locking Hook are designed for industrial lifting. It is supplied with its own test certificate, issued with its individual serial number and is fitted with a working load limit tag. Moreover, each assembly is inspected and proof-tested in a NATA accredited laboratory, and every Grade 80 lifting chain is supplied in a storage pail with the reseller’s contact details displayed on the label. Additionally, this four-leg chain sling is fully certified to comply with Australian Standards AS 3775.1 and is available in chain sizes between 6mm to 13mm and working load limits between 1900kg and 9200kg depending on the model.
Furthermore, chain components like our Eye Type Swivel Self Locking Hook are marked with their chain size, grade and GL, and test certificates can be supplied upon request. This self-locking hook is made to comply with Australian Standards AS 3776 and is selectable in sizes between 6mm to 20mm and working load limits between 1.1 tonnes and 12.5 tonnes.
It is suggested that you carry out the following precautions to best ensure your workplace remains safe and efficient when using industrial lifting equipment. Firstly, it is a good idea to check your lifting sling for any wear, cracks, severe corrosion or twisted or bent links prior to using it. With regular inspection, you can best prevent workplace injuries from faulty chain slings. Secondly, avoid lifting loads over other people, and refrain from leaving a suspended load unattended. Thirdly, it is recommended that you do not use lifting chain slings at angles greater than 120° as the horizontal force places too much load on the slings’ legs. Finally, since lifting chain slings are not suitable for delicate, sensitive or irregular loads, consider our Synthetic Slings for these applications. By following these safety measures, you can best preserve workplace security and productivity.
At Team Systems, we are dedicated to providing our customers with material handling and warehouse equipment solutions that centre safety and efficiency. By using our industrial lifting chain slings and components, you can securely handle a range of lifting and rigging tasks. With warehousing operations located in Dandenong South (VIC), Campbellfield (VIC), Wetherill Park (NSW), Canning Vale (WA) and Yatala (QLD), Team Systems is your trusted provider of industrial lifting chains and components Australia.