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  • LiftAll® Adjust-A-Link Grade 100 Chain Slings

    $579.20

    The most easily adjustable and versatile chain sling is now stronger, too! Ideal for machine shop and maintenance departments varied requirements.

    Promotes Safety

    • Chain cannot be removed from the master control plate, assuring the capacity rating will not be compromised
    • Alloy steel master control link for strength and reliability
    • Each assembly serialized for traceability
    • Complies with OSHA - proof tested and certified

    Saves Time

    • More compact plate design fits larger hooks for easier rigging
    • Less bulky than typical double adjustable chain slings
    • High visibility yellow fittings make assembly easy to spot
    • Easily adjustable to accommodate a wide range of applications
    • No time wasted searching for just the right sling


    Saves Money

    • Grade 100 chain provides approximately 25% higher capacities than our previous Adjust-A-Links - replaces larger, more expensive slings
    • New angled plate design reduces bending torque on chain and plate - reduces wear and extends sling life
    • Wider top bearing surface reduces wear to both plate and crane hook
    • Versatile - one sling does many jobs
    • Using two Adjust-A-Links on the same crane hook eliminates the need for expensive triples and quads
    • Heat treated alloy steel construction for long sling life
    • Yellow powder coating on master plate and hooks prevents rust


    Specs

    • Chain Size: 1/2"
    • Rated Capacity*: Single @ 90°- 12,000 lbs; Double @ 90°- 20,800 lbs
    • Eye Width x Height: 4-3/8" x 4-3/8"
    • Overall Dimensions: 9-3/4"W x 12-3/4"H x 12-3/4"L
    • 2" Hook Opening
    • Choose from 10 ft or 14 ft Length
    Additional Sizes/Lengths Available 

    Part # 9L0198 10 ft / 9L0200 14 ft
    *Do not exceed rated capacities. Sling capacity decreases as the angle from horizontal decreases.  Adjust-A-Link Slings should not be used at angles of less than 45°. Chain must be seated at the base of adjusting slot of the Master Control Link.