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IS 8324 (1988): Code of Practice for Safe use and Maintenance on Non-calibrated Round Steel Link Lifting Chains and Chin Slings [MED 14: Cranes, Lifting Chains and Related Equipment] Part 6 Tables & Figures

Published On: 19-07-2020

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IS 8324 (1988): Code of Practice for Safe use and Maintenance on Non-calibrated Round Steel Link Lifting Chains and Chin Slings [MED 14: Cranes, Lifting Chains and Related Equipment] Part 5

Published On: 19-07-2020

  Storage and Care of Chain Slings Stored in properly designed rack and should not be left lying in the ground left suspended from a …

IS 8324 (1988): Code of Practice for Safe use and Maintenance on Non-calibrated Round Steel Link Lifting Chains and Chin Slings [MED 14: Cranes, Lifting Chains and Related Equipment] Part 4 ( Inspection & Maintenance)

Published On: 19-07-2020

  Inspection Frequent Inspection regular visual inspection by the operator or other designated personnel.  The chain sling should be examined throughout its working length including …

IS 8324 (1988): Code of Practice for Safe use and Maintenance on Non-calibrated Round Steel Link Lifting Chains and Chin Slings [MED 14: Cranes, Lifting Chains and Related Equipment] Part 3

Published On: 19-07-2020

  Handling Load terminal fittings, such as, hooks and links.  Chains should be straight, without twists, knots or kinks.  The load should be seated well …

IS 8324 (1988): Code of Practice for Safe use and Maintenance on Non-calibrated Round Steel Link Lifting Chains and Chin Slings [MED 14: Cranes, Lifting Chains and Related Equipment] Part 2 Environmental condition

Published On: 19-07-2020

  Adverse environment High and low temperature As temperature increases, strength decreases  The effect of increasing temperature on WL of various grades of chain sling …

IS 8324 (1988): Code of Practice for Safe use and Maintenance on Non-calibrated Round Steel Link Lifting Chains and Chin Slings [MED 14: Cranes, Lifting Chains and Related Equipment]- Part 1

Published On: 19-07-2020

  Definition Working load Limit ( WLL ) – The maximum mass which a sling is designed to support in general service. Working Load ( …