Hoist chains are made with through-hardened carbon alloy steel pins, giving them a higher working load capacity. They are dimensionally equal to ANSI standard 50 and 60 chains but will give less wear life than the equivalent standard size. Dimensions are given in inches.
|50 HOIST (625)||Pitch (P) N/A 0.625||Roller Width (W) N/A 0.375||Roller Diameter (D) N/A 0.400||Riv. End to Center Line (A) N/A 0.397||Conn. End to Center Line (B) N/A 0.455||Link Plate Height (H) N/A 0.594||Link Plate Thickness (T) N/A 0.079||Pin Diameter (E) N/A 0.200||Avg. Ultimate Strength N/A 7,500 lb|
|60 HOIST (750)||Pitch (P) N/A .750||Roller Width (W) N/A 0.500||Roller Diameter (D) N/A 0.469||Riv. End to Center Line (A) N/A 0.497||Conn. End to Center Line (B) N/A 0.551||Link Plate Height (H) N/A 0.712||Link Plate Thickness (T) N/A 0.093||Pin Diameter (E) N/A 0.234||Avg. Ultimate Strength N/A 10,500 lb|