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Lifting chains. Strength Class 8. EN 818-2

Material: Alloyed carbon steel
Purpose: These chains are intended for use with lifting machinery as well as for manufacture of cargo fastening means.
Standard: EN 818-2
Coating: KC, TEC, ZN, DHG, OKP
Example of order: Chain 8 - 6х18 EN 818-2 КС
Certification: Certificate of Quality, RRR certificate (Russian River Rigistry), RS Certificate (Russian Maritime Register of Shipping), acceptance by the Military Representative Office of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation
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Dimensions and weight of the chains EN 818-2
Grade,
d
Pitch
p
Outside width,
b
Trial load
Destructive load,
not less than
Rated weight
1 m of chain
mm
kN
kg
4
12
14.8
12.6
20.1
0.35
5
15
18.5
19.6
31.4
0.5
6
18
22.2
28.3
45.2
0.8
7
21
25.9
38.5
61.6
1.1
8
24
29.6
50.3
80.4
1.4
10
30
37
78.5
126
2.2
13
39
48.1
133
212
3.8
16
48
59.2
201
322
5.7
18
54
66.6
254
407
7.3
19
57
70.3
284
454
8.1
20
60
74
314
503
9
22
66
81.4
380
608
10.9
23
69
85.1
415
665
12
25
75
92.5
491
785
14.1
26
78
96.2
531
849
15.2
28
84
104
616
985
17.6
32
96
118
804
1290
23
36
108
133
1020
1630
29
40
120
148
1260
2010
36
45
135
167
1590
2540
45.5
 
The ultimate elongation of uncoated chains (in their natural state) is not less than 25%.
The ultimate elongation of chains with surface treatment is not less than 20%.
The ratio of the carrying capacity to the trial load to the destructive load is 1:2,5:4, respectively.
The value of the allowable carrying capacity of chains varies depending on the range of operating temperatures according to DIN 818-6.
 
Allowable load showed as % of the indicated load when using the chains within the following temperature ranges
from -40 ° C to 200 ° C
over 200 ° C up to 300 ° C
over 300 ° C up to 400 ° C
100
90
75