China wholesaler Nacm G70 Drag 3/8*20′ Yellow Plated Chain with Hook

Product Description

Product Detail

Special high carbon steel chain with increased hardenability and improved resistance to wear which allows greater practical strength to weight ratio.
It is made from heat treated premium carbon steel. 
Ideal for truck load binding application and for use in towing, construction, logging and farm applications. Meet DOT requirements.
 

SIZE   1/4″ ~ 3/4” || Dia. 7mm ~ 20mm
WLL   3150 lbs ~ 24700 lbs || 1430 kg ~ 11200 kg
SURFACE   Self Colored; Galvanized; Hot Dip Galvanized, etc
MATERIAL   Premium Carbon Steel;
SAFETY FACTOR   4 Times of WLL

Specification

U.K. TYPE SHORT Link Chain

Short Link Specification Test Load (KG) Breaking Load (KG) NETWT PER 200 FT
D (IN) D (MM) B.F. H.D.G.
1/8 3.20 200 400 11.40 11.74
5/32 4.00 300 600 18.60 19.00
3/16 4.70 400 800 26.20 27.00
7/32 5.50 550 1100 36.80 38.00
1/4 6.35 750 1500 50.00 51.50
5/16 7.94 1200 2400 80.00 82.40
3/8 9.50 1700 3400 122.00 125.70
7/16 11.11 2300 4600 164.00 169.00
1/2 12.70 3000 6000 210.00 216.00
5/8 15.80 4700 9400 334.00 344.00
3/4 19.00 6800 13600 485.00 499.00
7/8 22.20 9250 18500 656.00 675.00
1 25.40 12150 24300 870.00 896.00

U.K. TYPE Medium Link Chain

Short Link Specification Test Load (KG) Breaking Load (KG) NETWT PER 200 FT
D (IN) D (MM) B.F. H.D.G.
1/8 3.20 200 400 10.40 11.00
5/32 4.00 300 600 17.40 18.00
3/16 4.70 400 800 24.40 25.00
7/32 5.50 550 1100 34.00 35.00
1/4 6.35 750 1500 48.80 50.00
5/16 7.94 1200 2400 76.00 78.00
3/8 9.50 1700 3400 111.00 114.00
7/16 11.11 2300 4600 154.00 158.00
1/2 12.70 3000 6000 194.00 200.00
5/8 15.80 4700 9400 303.00 312.00
3/4 19.00 6800 13600 432.00 445.00
7/8 22.20 9250 18500 586.00 603.00
1 25.40 12150 24300 770.00 792.00

U.K. TYPE Long Link Chain

Short Link Specification Test Load (KG) Breaking Load (KG) NETWT PER 200 FT
D (IN) D (MM) B.F. H.D.G.
1/8 3.20 200 400 10.40 10.70
5/32 4.00 300 600 16.60 17.50
3/16 4.70 400 800 22.40 23.30
7/32 5.50 550 1100 32.00 33.00
1/4 6.35 750 1500 43.50 44.80
5/16 7.94 1200 2400 68.00 70.00
3/8 9.50 1700 3400 96.00 99.00
7/16 11.11 2300 4600 126.00 129.00
1/2 12.70 3000 6000 167.00 172.00
5/8 15.80 4700 9400 256.00 264.00
3/4 19.00 6800 13600 381.00 392.00
7/8 22.20 9250 18500 527.00 543.00
1 25.40 12150 24300 696.00 716.00

Proof Coil Chain U.S. Type NACM2571 (G30)

Nominal Size Working Load Limit Proof Test (Min) Breaking Force (Min)
D (IN) D (MM) LBS KG LBS KN LBS KN
1/8 3.20 400 180 800 3.6 1600 7.2
3/16 4.70 800 365 1600 7.2 3200 14.4
1/4 6.35 1300 580 2600 11.6 5200 23.2
5/16 7.94 1900 860 3800 16.9 7600 33.8
3/8 9.50 2650 1200 5300 23.5 10600 47.2
7/16 11.11 3700 1680 7400 32.9 14800 65.8
1/2 12.70 4500 2030 9000 40.0 168000 80.0
5/8 15.80 6900 3130 13800 61.3 27600 122.6
3/4 19.00 10600 4800 21200 94.3 42400 188.6
7/8 22.20 12800 5810 25600 114.1 51200 228.2
1 25.40 17900 8140 35800 159.1 71600 318.2

High Test Chain U.S. Type NACM2571 (G43)

Nominal Size Working Load Limit Proof Test (Min) Breaking Force (Min)
D (IN) D (MM) LBS KG LBS KN LBS KN
1/4 6.35 2600 1180 3900 17.3 7800 34.6
5/16 7.94 3900 1770 5850 26.0 11700 52.0
3/8 9.50 5400 2450 8100 36.0 16200 72.0
7/16 11.11 7200 3270 10800 48.0 21600 96.0
1/2 12.70 9200 4170 13800 61.3 27600 122.6
5/8 15.80 13000 5910 19500 86.5 39000 173.0
3/4 19.00 25710 9180 30300 134.7 60600 269.4
7/8 22.20 24500 11140 36750 163.3 73500 228.2

Transport Chain U.S. Type NACM2571 (G70)

Nominal Size Working Load Limit Proof Test (Min) Breaking Force (Min)
D (IN) D (MM) LBS KG LBS KN LBS KN
1/4 6.35 3150 1430 6300 28.0 12600 56.0
5/16 7.94 4700 2130 9400 41.8 18800 83.6
3/8 9.50 6600 2990 13200 58.7 26400 117.4
7/16 11.11 8750 3970 17500 77.8 35000 155.4
1/2 12.70 11300 5130 22600 100.4 45200 200.8
5/8 15.80 15800 7170 31600 140.4 63200 280.8
3/4 19.00 24700 11200 49400 219.6 98800 439.2

Lifting Chain U.S. Type NACM2571 (G80)

Nominal Size Working Load Limit Proof Test (Min) Breaking Force (Min)
D (IN) D (MM) LBS KG LBS KN LBS KN
1/4 6.35 3150 1430 6300 28.0 12600 56.0
5/16 7.94 4700 2130 9400 41.8 18800 83.6
3/8 9.50 6600 2990 13200 58.7 26400 117.4
7/16 11.11 8750 3970 17500 77.8 35000 155.4
1/2 12.70 11300 5130 22600 100.4 45200 200.8
5/8 15.80 15800 7170 31600 140.4 63200 280.8
3/4 19.00 24700 11200 49400 219.6 98800 439.2

DIN 763 Link Chain 

 Size Working Load Test Load Breaking Load Weight Per M
MM KG N N KG
3 55 1050 3200 0.15
4 100 2000 6000 0.27
5 160 3150 10000 0.43
6 224 4500 14000 0.63
7 300 6000 18000 0.86
8 400 8000 25000 1.1
9 530 10500 32000 1.41
10 630 12500 40000 1.75
11 790 15800 47500 2.11
12 940 18800 56500 2.55
13 1000 21200 63000 2.95
16 1600 33000 100000 4.45
18 2120 42300 127000 5.65
19 2370 47300 142000 6.25
20 2500 50000 160000 7.0
22 3170 63300 190000 8.55
25 4090 81700 245000 10.90
28 6000 120000 300000 13.9
32 8000 160000 400000 18.2

DIN 764 Link Chain 

 Size Weight Per 100M Test Load Breaking Load Length Per 11 Links
MM KG KG KN KG
4 31.5 400 7 0.15
5 51.4 680 11.8 0.27
6 74.0 850 16.5 0.43
8 131.5 1680 32 0.63
10 200 2630 50 0.86
13 350 4200 80 1.1
16 520 6700 125 1.41
18 650 8400 160 1.75
20 820 10000 200 2.11
23 1100 13000 250 2.55
26 1400 16000 320 2.95

Australian Short Link Chain 

 Size W.L.L. Length Per 100KG
MM MT B.F. (M) H.D.G. (M)
6 0.32 114 108
8 0.53 70.5 67.0
10 0.83 45.2 42.9
12 1.50 29.5 28.0
16 2.31 17.6 16.7

Australian Medium Link Chain 

 Size W.L.L. Length Per 100KG
MM MT B.F. (M) H.D.G. (M)
3 0.06 511 498
4 0.11 320 305
5 0.19 203 193
6 0.32 129 120
8 0.53 77.8 74.1
10 0.83 48.5 47.1
12 1.35 34 33.3
13 1.50 29.7 27.7
16 2.31 20.2 18.2
20 3.67 12.3 11.6
24 5.31 8.5 8.04

Australian G70 Chain 

 Size Weight Per M Length Per 500KG Breaking Strength
MM KG M KN
6 0.88 568 44.1
7 1.12 446 55.9
7.3 1.16 430 58.9
8 1.43 350 73.6
10 2.23 224 118.0
13 3.75 133 176.0

Korean Standard Link Chain 

Nominal Size Length Per PC Weight Per PC
Short Link
MM M KG
3 30 4.5
4 30 9.00
5 30 12.74
6 30 13.86
7 15 14.14
8 15 17.23
15 22.13
12 15 45.00 
15 15  75.45 
16 15  76.41 
19 10  78.28 
Long Link
4 30 7.26
4.5 30 9.46
5 30 11.31
6 30 18.00
7 15 21.19
12 15 42.00
15 15 61.44
19 10 71.00

Factory/Pakage/Products picture

HangZhou Well Done Imp.&Exp. Co., Ltd —Chinese Manufacturer, Supplier, Factory.
An ISO 9001 certified firm, Lloyd’s register, specializes in the field of lifting and hoisting equipment, webbing and round sling, ratchet tie down, lashing equipment and cargo control series, chain and chain sling, wire rope and wire rope sling, material handling, rigging hardware,etc.

Certifications

Customer praise and trade documents

FAQ:
1.Can I be your agent?
Yes, welcome to deep cooperation. We have big promotion of WELLDONE brand in the market now. For the details please contact with our overseas manager. 

 2.Is OEM available?
Yes, OEM is available. We have professional designer to help your brand promotion. 

3.Is the sample available?
Yes, samples are available for you to test the quality.

4.Are the products tested before shipping?
Yes, all of our products was qualified before shipping. 

5.What’s your quality guarantee?
We have different kinds of products which can meet different quality standard.
WELLDONE QC department will test products before shipping. We have 100% quality guarantee to customers. 
We will be responsible for any quality problem. 

6.What’s benefit will you bring?
Your client satisfied on the quality.
Your client continued orders.
You can get good reputation from your market and obtain more orders.

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Usage: Lifting & Lashing Chain
Material: Alloy
Surface Treatment: Black Painted, Hot DIP Galvanized
Feature: Heat Resistant
Chain Size: 6-42mm
Structure: Welded Chain
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How do drag chains perform in high-precision and automated processes?

Drag chains excel in high-precision and automated processes, providing several key benefits that make them well-suited for these applications:

  • Protecting Cables and Hoses: In high-precision environments, delicate cables and hoses must be protected from damage or tangling. Drag chains offer a secure housing that keeps cables organized and prevents them from being exposed to potential hazards.
  • Smooth Cable Movement: Automated processes require precise and reliable cable movement. Drag chains ensure that cables and hoses move smoothly and without obstruction, reducing the risk of downtime and maintaining consistent performance.
  • Reducing Friction and Wear: High-precision equipment often operates at faster speeds and with more frequent movements. Drag chains are designed to minimize friction and wear, extending the service life of cables and minimizing the need for frequent replacements.
  • Flexible Cable Routing: Automated processes often involve complex cable routing requirements. Drag chains offer flexibility in cable management, allowing for custom configurations and ensuring that cables follow the precise path required by the automated machinery.
  • Resistance to Contaminants: Automated processes may encounter various contaminants, such as dust, debris, or chemicals. Drag chains can be made from materials that resist these elements, protecting the cables and ensuring the machinery operates smoothly.
  • Highly Durable: Drag chains are built to withstand constant use in automated processes. They are engineered to endure the demands of repetitive motion and high-precision operations without compromising performance.
  • Improving Safety: By keeping cables and hoses securely contained within the drag chain, the risk of accidents or damage caused by loose cables is minimized, enhancing overall safety in the workplace.
  • Customizable Designs: Drag chains can be tailored to fit specific automation setups, with options for size, length, and mounting configurations, ensuring they integrate seamlessly with the automated machinery.

With their ability to protect and manage cables, maintain smooth and reliable movement, and withstand the demands of high-precision and automated processes, drag chains play a critical role in optimizing efficiency, precision, and safety in a wide range of automated industrial applications.

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Can drag chains be used in the mining and construction industries?

Yes, drag chains can be used in the mining and construction industries for various applications that involve the management and protection of cables and hoses. These industries often operate in rugged and harsh environments where heavy machinery and equipment are utilized. Drag chains, also known as cable carriers or energy chains, play a crucial role in cable and hose management, providing reliable protection and organization.

In the mining and construction sectors, drag chains are commonly used in the following ways:

  • Cable and Hose Protection: Drag chains protect cables, hoses, and other vital components from abrasion, impact, and environmental factors. In mining and construction, where heavy equipment and materials are in constant motion, drag chains prevent damage to essential cables, ensuring continuous operation and reducing downtime.
  • Heavy-Duty Applications: Drag chains are designed to handle heavy loads and dynamic movements, making them suitable for the robust and demanding nature of mining and construction equipment. They can withstand the stresses of continuous motion, vibrations, and exposure to dust, debris, and moisture.
  • Long Travel Distances: In large-scale mining and construction operations, drag chains are used for long travel distances, such as in conveyor systems or in equipment with extended reach. They provide a reliable method of guiding and protecting cables and hoses over significant distances.
  • Resistance to Harsh Environments: Drag chains are available in materials that offer high resistance to chemicals, UV radiation, and extreme temperatures, making them suitable for the challenging conditions often encountered in mining and construction sites.
  • Customizable Solutions: Drag chains can be customized to accommodate specific cable and hose configurations, allowing for efficient cable management in complex machinery and equipment used in the mining and construction industries.

Overall, drag chains contribute to improved safety, reduced maintenance costs, and enhanced operational efficiency in the mining and construction sectors. By protecting cables and hoses from damage and maintaining organized routing, drag chains help ensure smooth and reliable operations of critical equipment.

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Can drag chains be repaired or should they be replaced when damaged?

Whether drag chains should be repaired or replaced when damaged depends on the extent of the damage and the specific circumstances. Here are some considerations:

1. Minor Damage:

If the drag chain has suffered minor damage, such as a few broken links or minor wear, it may be possible to repair it. In such cases, the damaged links can be replaced, and the chain can be restored to its functional condition.

2. Extensive Damage:

If the damage is extensive, such as multiple broken links, severe wear, or significant deformation, it might be more practical and cost-effective to replace the entire drag chain. Repairing heavily damaged chains may not guarantee the same level of performance and safety as a new chain.

3. Safety Considerations:

Safety is paramount in industrial applications. If the damage compromises the structural integrity of the drag chain or poses a safety risk to operators or equipment, it is best to replace the chain to ensure reliable operation and prevent potential accidents.

4. Manufacturer’s Recommendations:

Always refer to the manufacturer’s guidelines and recommendations regarding repairs. Some manufacturers provide specific guidelines for repairing their drag chains, while others may recommend replacement for certain types of damage.

5. Cost vs. Benefit:

Consider the cost of repair versus the cost of a new drag chain. In some cases, the cost of repairs and associated downtime may outweigh the cost of purchasing a new chain.

6. Expert Assessment:

If you are unsure about the extent of the damage or whether the drag chain can be effectively repaired, consult with an expert or a representative from the manufacturer. They can assess the chain’s condition and provide guidance on the best course of action.

In summary, minor damage to drag chains can often be repaired, but extensive damage and safety considerations may necessitate replacing the chain. It is essential to consider the specific circumstances and follow the manufacturer’s guidelines to ensure the drag chain’s continued performance and safety.

China wholesaler Nacm G70 Drag 3/8*20′ Yellow Plated Chain with Hook  China wholesaler Nacm G70 Drag 3/8*20′ Yellow Plated Chain with Hook
editor by CX 2024-05-06