Binder Chain Assemblies

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BINDER CHAIN ASSEMBLIES

Peerless can provide binder chain assemblies forally our tie-down requirements.
Meets DOT/CVSA/CCMTA requirements. NOT FOR OVERHEAD LIFTING.

1-96 Binder Chain Assemblies

G80 Binder Chain Assembly – NACM

1-97 Binder Chain Assemblies
1-98 Binder Chain Assemblies

G70 Binder Chain Assembly – NACM

1-99 Binder Chain Assemblies
1-100 Binder Chain Assemblies
1-101 Binder Chain Assemblies

All G70 domestic chain
(5/16, 3/8, 1/2) is stamped
with the Working Load
Limit every 10 links as
shown.

G70 Binder Chain Assembly – NACM

1-102 Binder Chain Assemblies

BINDER CHAIN ASSEMBLIES CONT.

T80 Binder Chain Assembly – Short Link

T80 Alloy chain assemblies come in a black finish. Meets DOT/CVSA/CCMTA requirements. Packaged bulk in drums or each in retail single packs. NOT FOR OVERHEAD LIFTING.

ASTM Spec. short link for longer life

2-5 Binder Chain Assemblies

G70 Binder Chain Assembly – Short Link

G70 assemblies have a yellow zinc finish for easier identification and for protection of the chain. Meets DOT/CVSA/ CCMTA requirements. Packaged bulk in drums or each in retail single packs. NOT FOR OVERHEAD LIFTING.

2-6 Binder Chain Assemblies
1-103 Binder Chain Assemblies

ASTM Spec. short link for longer life

1-104 Binder Chain Assemblies

G80 Binder Chain Assembly – NACM

NACM spec long link chain has a longer pitch link for less weight per assembly. Pitch is the inside length measurement of a link. NOT FOR OVERHEAD LIFTING.

2-7 Binder Chain Assemblies
1-105 Binder Chain Assemblies

G70 Binder Chain Assembly

With Eye Grab Hooks – Short Link
NOT FOR OVERHEAD LIFTING.

2-8 Binder Chain Assemblies
1-106 Binder Chain Assemblies
1-107 Binder Chain Assemblies

G43 Binder Chain Assembly – Short Link

High Test chain assemblies come in a self-colored tumbled finish. Meets DOT/CVSA/CCMTA requirements. Packaged bulk in drums or each in retail single packs. NOT FOR OVERHEAD LIFTING.
ASTM Spec. short link for longer life.

2-9 Binder Chain Assemblies
2-10 Binder Chain Assemblies

BINDER CHAIN ASSEMBLY USAGE CHART

This chart is provided as a guide to meet the basic minimum current in service requirements of the FMCSA and the DOT published Sept 27, 2002. The following table lists the minimum number of chain assemblies required to secure a load per DOT & CVSA. *This chart is only to be used as a reference.
*Many factors affect the proper method of cargo securement including the length and type of cargo he to be secured. Refer to the most recentre vision of The Dept. of Transportation (DOT)Title 49 regulations for more complete requirements regarding the proper method sand number of tied owns required.

FMCSA:

Federal Motor Carrier Safety Admin

DOT:

Department of Transportation

CVSA:

The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance

1-108 Binder Chain Assemblies

This chart is based on each tie-down secured to a trailer point, transversing across or through the load and then secured to another anchor point on the trailer. If used by securing the tie-down to the trailer anchor point and attaching it directly to an article of cargo (i.e., a vehicle), the quantity of tie-down required shall be two times (2x) the quantity listed in the chart above.