Lashing chains

How to choose this product

Lashing chain is used to immobilize cargo while the vessel is underway.

Applications

Such chains are commonly used on ferries and roll on-roll off vessels to secure vehicular cargo. They also can be used on various types of freighter to secure baled or palletized cargo.

Technologies

A lashing chain has a hook at each end. One end is attached to the cargo, the other to a deck fitting, usually an elephant foot hook.

How to choose

Choice will depend on chain length and diameter, hook design and size, and the types of cargo suitable for chain lashing.

Advantages

- Prevents cargo shifting

Disadvantages

- Requires manual installation

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