Downs Spur Pad Box Hook Slings

Spur Pad Box Hook Slings are used for handling boxes and crates of all descriptions. The slings are listed in capacities suitable for the largest crates made. Information on the individual hooks can be found here.

The hooks have large pressure pad to distribute the clamping load over a large area. The heat treated turned steel spurs are easily replaced when damaged or worn. A roller is provided in the shank of the hook for the sling to operate over.

The slings come complete with lifting ring, adjustable grab links, alloy lifting chain, and spur pad box hooks. These hooks have large pressure pad to distribute the clamping load over a large area. The heat treated turned steel spurs are easily replaced when damaged or worn. The Slings come in a standard reach of five feet but can be ordered with a special reach. The adjustable grab links allow for smaller crates or boxes to be lifted with one sling.

Item Number Capacity System 10
Chain Size
Hook
Number
REACH OF
PAD HOOKS
Weight
452-343 2,000 lbs 9/32" 343 5 FEET 37 lbs
452-344 4,000 9/32 344 5 43
452-345 6,000 3/8 345 5 86
452-346 10,000 3/8 346 5 108
452-347 15,000 1/2 347 5 138
452-348 20,000 1/2 348 5 192
341 Replacemnet Spurs 0.2
Dimensions given are in round numbers. We reserve the right to make changes to our designs at any time that may not be reflected in the table. Please ask for a Certified Dimension Print for current dimensions.

Note:The chain slings listed in table must meet or exceed all existing OSHA, ANSI, NACM and ASTM specifications requirements. All Grade 100 chain slings listed above are rated at a horizontal angle of 45°. If Grade 80 is used, check with sling manufacturer for appropriate horizontal angle.

The sizes and capacities listed above are a reference to the most common sizes of this equipment. If you have a different capacity, irregular size or some other need that must be met by our equipment, we will be happy to design one of these pieces of equipment to meet your special needs while also meeting or exceeding our interpretation of the appropriate ANSI / ASME. standards.

Improper use of lifting equipment may cause serious injury or death.
Only a Qualified Operator, as defined by the ASME B30.20 Standards, shall operate equipment.
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