Chains and Lifting Products

Chain Drive (0)

Chain Drive History Polybolos (reconstruction) described by the Hellenistic writer Philo of Byzantium (3rd century BC). The semi-automated arrow thrower features the earliest known chain drive. Oldest known illustration of an endless power-transmitting chain drive, from Su Song’s book of 1092 describing his clock tower of Kaifeng The oldest known application of a chain drive… Read More ›

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Anchor rope (0)

Anchor rope One of the best things that one can do, in order to be safe with regard to anchor rope when tossing the anchor in the water is to braid the anchor rope to the anchor chain. This is must when one is boating. Anchor rope made from nylon should be used because this… Read More ›

Chains & Attachments »

Chain Drive (0)

Chain Drive History Polybolos (reconstruction) described by the Hellenistic writer Philo of Byzantium (3rd century BC). The semi-automated arrow thrower features the earliest known chain drive. Oldest known illustration of an endless power-transmitting chain drive, from Su Song’s book of 1092 describing his clock tower of Kaifeng The oldest known application of a chain drive… Read More ›

Sheaves »

Stainless Steel Chain Sheaves (0)

LC458-SS

Versatility and power come together with this set of stainless steel pocket chain sheaves from RPS.  Stainless Steel can be used for a variety of demanding industrial applications as well as marine applications that require added corrosion resistance.  Industrial strength power to meet demanding environments.  Use stainless steel in extreme environments for added longevity. These… Read More ›

Weightlifting Chain »

Weight lifting: ” Is there a difference lifting light, and then adding more weight/or heavy then reducing “ (0)

Question by D J: Weight lifting: ” Is there a difference lifting light, and then adding more weight/or heavy then reducing “ This question is mainly for my bench press workout, it probaby applies to other exercises. Is it good to start off with 180lbs, then dropping down 10lbs at a time to 170lbs, etc…. Read More ›

Stainless Steel »

Q&A: Is stainless steel magnetic? (0)

Question by 6005250: Is stainless steel magnetic? I noticed a friend’s appliances are not magnetic, and mine are. Both are “stainless steel.” Are there two types of stainless steel or something? Thanks Best answer: Answer by injanier There are many alloys under the general category of stainless steel. 400-series alloys are all magnetic to some… Read More ›

Overhead Lifting »

New Electric Chain Hoist Set to Win Greater Market Share (0)

New Electric Chain Hoist Set to Win Greater Market Share (PRWeb UK) February 25, 2011 In capacities from 125 to 5000Kg, the new LX chain hoist from Street Crane Company opens a new market segment and is certain to attract attention. Already the UK’s largest crane manufacturer and a major exporter, Street Crane has designed… Read More ›