HACK8 Grade 8 Masterlink is a component used in lifting and rigging applications, and the term Grade 8 indicates a high-strength material.
- Material Grade (Grade 8): The Grade 8 designation signifies a high-strength material, often alloy steel. This ensures that the masterlink assembly can withstand heavy loads and challenging conditions.
- Masterlink Design: The masterlink is a component that connects multiple parts of a lifting or rigging system.
- Load Rating: The masterlink assembly is rated for a specific load capacity. It’s crucial to adhere to these load limits to ensure safe lifting operations.
- Durability: The assembly is designed and manufactured to resist wear, corrosion, and fatigue, ensuring a long service life even under demanding conditions.
- Compliance: William Hackett produce masterlink assemblies in compliance with industry standards and regulations to ensure their suitability for lifting and rigging applications.
All William Hackett Grade 8 lifting components comply fully with the relevant section of EN1677, they are forged from alloy steel, they are crack detected following heat treatment and finally proof tested to 2.5 times working load. The full compliance of these components means that they can be used in chain slings certified to EN 818-4, for use in a temperature range of -40°C up to 200°C without reduction in working load limit.
For specific details, including load capacities, dimensions, and usage guidelines please see the PDF download.
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