12 Oct. 2017
World's strongest chain, made with Dyneema®
Synthetic link chains with Dyneema®, certified worldwide by DNV-GL, are a massive leap forward in lashing and lifting operations. Soft, quiet, easy to handle, and safe, they are simply a better way to lash or lift delicate, heavy and outsize cargo.
Versatile and user-friendly solution for operators and loads
Synthetic link chains benefit crews, cargoes, and business efficiency. They're eight times stronger and up to 85% lighter than comparable steel link chain alternatives. They even float on water, and one person can work with them all day long.
- Easier handling and positioning saves time and money
- Easy to shorten and less likely to damage cargo
- Less noisy means faster work with better communication
Ideal for more and more industries & applications
Synthetic chains made with Dyneema® are already used for lashing and towing in outsized cargo transport, heavy shipping, heavy trucking/hauling, fishery, and aquaculture. And new uses involving lifting are now entering the market.
How Synthetic Lifting Chains with Dyneema® are made
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Synthetic link chains for lifting outperform steel
Synthetic link chains provide a superior way to lift large, delicate and outsize equipment and components. They are just as strong as their steel alternatives, but lighter, safer, less likely to cause damage, quick to adjust on the fly, and easy to coil and store. From lifting heavy equipment, components, and timber, to general-purpose lifting and intra-plant handling, synthetic link chains do everything steel chains and slings can do, only better.
Tycan® chains made with Dyneema® to be a better way to lash cargo
Tycan® chains can be used to lash anything from a six-tonne wind turbine blade to a 600-tonne electrical transformer. Being lighter, stronger, and easier to work with, they do this more efficiently, securely, and safely than you can with steel chains. And they don’t damage cargo either.
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