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What we can do is :
1. offer all of your rigging& lifting accessories’ needs.
2. Your China agent or China office for Purchasing Rigging Lifting Lashing material.
3. Service on inspection for lifting lashing and rigging material.

How to order?
There are several ways you can order our products:
Order by TEL: our order line at 86-15064862536 during regular business hours. Our regular business hours are typically 6:30 A.M. – 12:00 P.M. Beijing Standard Time.
Order by E-Mail : send your order to us : sales@lg-lifting.com
If we’re not here to take your call please leave a brief message with email to: sales@lg-lifting.com and we’ll get back to you promptly.

Can I expect a quality product?
Yes. All our activities are accredited to ISO 9001 and based on delivering the highest quality possible, both in products and services, ensuring long-term benefits and optimum performance. Also we got the below certification: CE GS SUV, LR ABS ( anchors and anchor chains) Our rigging hardware is manufactured under exceptional quantity control and strictly adhered to the US, DIN, JIS, BS and AS standards.
About sample:
Cost with free If the quantity small, and the express charge account into buyer’s, after receiving the official order, the seller deducts it in first order’s value.

What we can supply?
Material handling, Lifting, lashing, rigging, sling, mining, fishing, trucking, transporting concerned products, and full set of rigging accessaries,such as turnbuckles, shackles, hooks, thimbles,wire rope&accessaries, wire rope clips,grips,  quick link, chain&accessaries, snatch block, jack, hoist, clamps, pallet truck.eye bolts&nuts,G80 products,etc.

Tell us the quantity you need, the size OF goods, and the packing.If there is no packing demand we take it as sea-way packing.If possible please attach one reference picturstanding.

All catalog ratings are based upon usual environmental conditions, and consideration must be given to unusual conditions such as extreme high or low temperatures, chemical solutions or vapors, prolonged immersion in salt water, etc.Such breaks can cause loads to fall or swing out of control, possibly resulting in serious injury or death as well as major property damage.

The Working Load Limit is the maximum load which should ever be applied to the product, even when the product is new and when the load is uniformly applied -straight line pull ocatalog ratings are based upon usual environmental condition and consideration must be given to unusual conditions such as extreme high heat or low temperatures, chemical solutions or vapors, prolonged immersion in salt water, etc.

Inspect products regularly for visible damage, cracks, wear, elongation, rust, etc. Protect all products from corrosion. The need for periodic inspections cannot be overemphasized. No product can keep operating at its rated capacity indefinitely. Periodic inspections help determine when to replace a product and reduce rigging hazards. Keep inspection records to help pinpoint problems and to ensure periodic inspection intervals.

Due to the diversity of the products involved and used to which they can be put, it would be counterproductive to make blanket recommendations for inspection procedures and frequency. Best results will be achieved when qualified personnel base their decisions on information from rigging and engineering manuals and on experience from actual use in the field.

Frequency of inspection will depend on environmental conditions, application storage of product prior to use, frequency of use, etc. When in doubt, inspect products prior to each use. Carefully check each item for wear, deformation, cracks or elongation -a sure sign of imminent failure, immediately withdraw such items from service.

Rust damage is another potential hazard. When in doubt about the extent of corrosion or other damage, withdraw the items from service. Destroy, rather than discard, items that have been judged defective. Someone not aware of the hazard involved might use them again.

Do not use breaking strength as a criterion for service or design purposes. Refer to the Working Load Limit instead. Breaking Strength is the average force at which the product, in the condition it would leave the factory, has been found by representative testing to break, when a constantly increasing force is applied in direct line to the product at a uniform rate of speed on a standard pull testing machine. Proof testing to twice the Working Load Limit does not apply to hand-spliced slings. REMEMBER: Breaking Strengths, when published, were obtained under controlled laboratory conditions. Listing of the Breaking Strength does not mean the Working Load Limit should ever be exceeded.

An industry term usually computed by dividing the catalog Breaking Strength by the Catalog Working Load Limit and generally expressed as a ratio. For example: 5 to 1.All employees working at cranes or hoists or assisting in hooking or arranging a load should be instructed to keep out from under the load.  From a safety standpoint, one factor is paramount to know.

A load resulting from rapid change of movement, such as impacting, jerking, or swinging of a static load. Sudden release of tension is another form of shock loading. Shock loads are generally significantly greater than static loads. Anyone using this publication must read and understand and all warnings and other information contained within. The following applies to all products in this catalog.

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