Chains, Kits, and Chain Binders
These Grade 70 chains or the Chain Kits that come with winged grab hooks attached to both ends of the chain work flawlessly with the Chain Loadbinders in order to achieve optimal holding strength over your entire load. They can handle the heavy-duty tie-down jobs with ease and efficiency, including the securement of bricks, concrete, stones, lumber, and more types of abrasive materials. Built to last longer, these are the kind of chain products that can get the job done right.
Heavy-Duty G70 Chains
Durable chain is what you use to take on the tougher jobs that other webbing-based tie-downs don't have the necessary durability to handle. Our Grade 70 chains are available in a number of different lengths and lashing capacities, offering you more versatility for your choice. We also offer our Chain Kits, which come in various configurations and all come complete with grab hooks on either end. These grab hooks are designed to provide a secure and solid grip on the anchor point, offering a reliable connection that supports the rest of the chain assembly.
G70 Chain Kits
We carry a wide range of durable and solid Chain Kits. These products come complete with a length of heavy-duty Grade 70 chain along with a pair of incredibly durable Winged Grab Hooks, offering you a complete and reliable chain tie-down assembly that lets you easily secure your heavier and tougher loads almost immediately. These winged grab hooks are engineered from forged and tempered steel in order to allow for maximum lashing capacity. They have been built to withstand multiple challenges while retaining a firm grip on your vehicle's anchor points. The chain kits arrive in reusable plastic buckets so that you have a handy storage container for when you're done with them.
Chain Cargo Loadbinders
In order to reliably secure your load with chains, you need an effective and efficient Chain Loadbinder to keep those chains firmly tightened and in place along the cargo throughout transit. Which method of securement would you prefer to use: the slow and efficient Ratchet Chain Binder or the quick and effective Lever Chain Binder? Both of these Chain Loadbinder types come with their own set of advantages and disadvantages. While the Ratchet Chain Binder is slow, it causes less strain on the shoulder muscles and reduces the risk of kickback. While the Lever Chain Binder stores more kinetic energy and risks aggressive kickback, it tightens down the load in one quick push, saving a lot of time in the long run. Whichever option you choose to go with, just know that both types are designed to grip the chains in a firm and reliable grasp that keeps them tightly tensioned over the cargo.