Wire Rope / Wire Rope Sling
Wire rope is defined as a Construction of several strands. wound hilically in one or more layers. Strand is an Element of rope Cosusiting of assembly of several wires of appropriate shapes & dimensions spun helically in one force tongitudinally along it's axis.wire rope has properties like strength flexibility & depandadibility.
Wire Rope 6 X 19 Construction   Wire Rope 6 X 36 Construction   Wire Rope 8 X 19 Construction
Wire Rope 18 X 7 Construction   Single Part Wire Rope Sling   Multi Part Wire Rope Sling
Chain / Chain Slings
Chain slings can be manufactured using permanent, welded coupling links, or if preferred, mechanical coupling links for quicker "in the field" assemblies. Either way, the sling must have an attached identification tag providing the grade, size, reach, type of sling, working load limit at a specific angle of lift, and serial number.
Relative to other types of slings, chain slings have the poorest strength/weight ratio, best abrasion and cut resistance, average elongation and shock resistance, best flexibility, and best resistance to high temperatures.
Alloy Steel G80 Chain Sling   Single & Double Loop G80 Chain Sling   Lifting Chains
Polyester Belt
We offer a wide assortment of polyester webbing slings woven from high tenacity 100% polyester yarn. These polyester webbing slings are manufactured to appropriate standards.
These webbing slings are specially designed keeping in mind their delicate nature and functions.
Simplex Webbing Sling   Duplex Webbing Sling   Triplex Webbing Sling
Quadraplex Webbing Sling   Multi-Leg Polyster Slings   Round Endless Sling
Chain Pulley Block / hoist / Trolley
Many hoists are package hoists, built as one unit in a single housing, generally designed for ten-year life, but the life calculation is based on an industry standard when calculating actual lifeCommon small portable hoists are of two main types, the chain hoist or chain blockand the wire rope or cable type.
Chain hoists may have a lever to actuate the hoist or have a loop of operating chain that one pulls through the block (known traditionally as a chain fall) which then activates the block to take up the main lifting chain.
Dee / Bow Shackles
D-shackle Also known as a chain shackle, D-shackles are narrow shackles shaped like a loop of chain, usually with a pin or threaded pin closure. D-shackles are very common and most other shackle types are a variation of the D-shackle. The small loop can take high loads primarily in line. Side and racking loads may twist or bend a D-shackle.
Bow shackle With a larger "O" shape to the loop, this shackle can take loads from many directions without developing as much side load. However, the larger shape to the loop does reduce its overall strength. Also referred to as an anchor shackle.
Dee Shackle   Bow Shackle  
Pulling & Lifting Machine
Multipurpose, Portable, Universal, Gearless, Hand operated Pulling and Lifting machine, Supplied complete with telescopic, operating handle and standard Length of super flex steel fibre-mixed core wire-rope fitted with Hook or Shackle at one end and fused and tapered at the other end.
  • Railways
  • Mines and Quarries
  • Navigator
  • Electricity Board’s
  • Dockyards
  • Road Transports
  • Heavy Industries etc
Ratchet Lashing Belt
wide range of Hand Operated Ratchet Lever Hoist, which is equipped with an automatic friction type breaks to hold the load safely at any point and is available in the capacity range 0.25 ton to 9 ton.its light weight, portability, compact and smooth operations by ratchet handles....Ratchet Cargo Lashing are specifically designed to hold loads in place on trucks, trailers, rail cars, ships