Description: Under normal circumstances, the possibility of damage of stainless steel chain hoist is very small, but if it is broken due to various reasons during use, some users will find ways to stitch the chain together to continue In use, there is also a case where the length of the chain is not enough when lifting a heavy object, and then a chain is found and spliced to make the original length longer. So, can the spliced lifting chain be used and can it be used? What about security?
Under normal circumstances, the possibility of damage to stainless steel chain hoists is very small, but if there are various reasons for fracture during use, some users will find ways to splice the chain and continue to use it. Another case is that when the chain is found to be insufficient in length when lifting a heavy object, it is found that a chain is spliced to make the original length longer. Then, can the spliced lifting chain be used and can there be safety protection during use? How about it?
Here, Hebei Hunting Eagle Lifting tells you very clearly that the use of lifting chains for such splicing is prohibited; there are three reasons:
1. It is difficult to ensure the individual load-bearing capacity of the spliced chain when lifting heavy objects using the spliced lifting chain;
2. In the process of splicing, if the welding splicing points of the chain are not handled properly, the connection may partially protrude, and the chain may be stuck when the chain is pulled;
3. The chain after splicing is very prone to break accidents, and it is worth the loss to the user, that is, there is no safety, and it will cause delay in lifting operations;
Therefore, when using a stainless steel chain hoist, please do not splice the lifting chain without permission, and do not lose weight because of small accidents, so as to avoid accidents. If you have any questions or needs, you can call 1185618681704 for consultation.