Grade 100 Alloy Steel Chain

campbell alloy chainAlloy steel chain is the strongest chain produced, and is the only grade recommended for overhead lifting.  Always used to to build alloy chain slings and often used to make alloy binder chains with too.

  • Alloy steel, Heat treated
  • 25% stronger than Grade 80 Alloy Chain
  • Campbell Chain permanently marked with "C10" and "USA"
  • Crosby Chain permanently marked with "CG10" 
  • Finish – Self-Colored

System 10 and Spectrum 10 - Grade 100 Alloy Chain Specifications

Chain Size Stock No. Feet Per Drum Material Size (in.) Working Load Limit (lbs.) Max. Inside Length (in.) Min. Inside Wdith (in.) Max. Length 100 links (in.) Weight per 100 ft. (lbs.)
In. mm.
9/32 or 1/4 7 273710 500 .276 4,300 .87 .42 90 75
5/16 8 273729 500 .343 5,700 1.01 .49 100 113
3/8 10 273738 500 .394 8,800 1.23 .58 125 148
1/2 13 273747 300 .512 15,000 1.57 .77 164 249
5/8 16 273756 200 .630 22,600 1.93 .90 202 378
3/4 20 273858 100 .787 35,300 2.52 .98 252 590
7/8 22 273867 100 .866 42,700 2.77 1.08 277 740
1 26 273876 75 1.02 59,700 3.28 1.28 328 1010

Grade 80 Alloy Steel Chain

  • Alloy steel, Heat Treatedcrosby alloy chain
  • Finish – Bright
  • Campbell Chain, permanently marked with "C8" and "USA"
  • Crosby Chain, permanently marked with "CG8"

System 8 and Spectrum 8 - Grade 80 Alloy Chain Specifications

Chain Size Stock No. Feet Per Drum Material Size (in.) Working Load Limit (lbs.) Max. Inside Length (in.) Min. Inside Wdith (in.) Max. Length 100 links (in.) Weight per 100 ft. (lbs.)
In. mm.
9/32 or 1/4 7 273527 500 .276 3,500 .87 .42 90 72
5/16 8 273536 500 .343 4,500 1.01 .49 100 114
3/8 10 273545 500 .394 7,100 1.23 .58 125 148
1/2 13 273554 300 .512 12,000 1.57 .77 164 243
5/8 16 273563 200 .630 18,100 1.93 .90 202 351
3/4 20 273572 100 .787 28,300 2.42 1.14 252 584
7/8 22 273581 100 .866 34,200 2.66 1.26 277 705
1 26 273590 75 1.024 47,700 3.28 1.54 328 1041
1-1/4 32 273599 66 1.260 72,300 4.03 1.89 403 1478