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Why Some Alloy Chain Master Links Don’t Have Load Information on Them

In a video series that allows us to answer questions directly from our customers, the question on the table today is probably one of the most common questions we receive, “Why don’t all master links on alloy chain slings have working load limit information on them?”

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Devon McCarty works out of our Cleveland, Ohio branch. He’s here to answer some of the questions you have about hardware used in alloy chain sling assemblies and what markings are required on a master link, according to ASME B30.26 Hardware.

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