What is the difference between Grade 120 and Grade 100?
Always the right solution.
RUD lifting means have been guaranteeing safety during the lifting and moving of loads for many decades. In 1994, RUD was the first chain factory to be awarded approval by the employers’ liability insurance association for VIP special grade (Grade 10) with up to 30 % greater WLL than Grade 8. In addition, RUD was the first chain factory to be awarded approval for round steel chains of Grade 12 (ICE 120) from the employers’ liability insurance association in 2007.
Thanks to its unique product and material portfolio, RUD can supply the matching solution for every purpose of application. This wide range of lifting means is guaranteed by the material qualities ICE (Grade 120) and VIP (Grade 100).
Grade 120 (ICE = Innovative Chain Evolution):
Same WLL with smaller nominal thickness than Grade 80.
Chain dimension from 4 – 16 mm.
WLL from 0.8 to 35 t.
ICE-PINK powder coating.
Extremely temperature resistant from –60 °C to +300 °C.
Heat indicator (change from 200 °C)
Grade 100 (ICE = Innovative Chain Evolution):
30 % higher WLL than Grade 80.
Chain dimension from 4 – 28 mm.
WLL from 0.6 to 126 t.
VIP-PINK powder coating.
Extremely temperature resistant from –40 °C to +380 °C.
Heat indicator (change from 200 °C).
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