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We have all sizes studlink chaincables available at our yard in Rotterdam!
Studlink chains are produced to ISO 1704 standards. Used for anchor and mooring chains, stud link chains have a central stud for extra strength. Studlink chains are available ...
-Not Tr-: 6 mm - 16 mm
... the market A wider chain tensile range leads to a potentially higher chain capacity thanks to the use of better quality steels with a higher content of precious alloys. The higher quality of AQUA ...
Sotra Anchor & Chain keeps a considerable stock of brand new and secondhand chain for shipping, aquaculture and the offshore industry. The chain is located in our own yards in Norway, ...
The mooring is an element essential to the floating beaconing. Mobilis proposes a wide range of articles, each one selected for their unique quality while offering a maximal reliability to equipment. MOBILIS developed CALMAR - a software ...
Material : Forged steel R4 Finish : Painted Temperature range : -20°C up to +200°C Standard certification : Certificate of Conformity 3.1 material certificate EN 10204
Stud link chain is available in sizes from 12.5mm diameter to in excess of 120mm. Manufactured to internationally agreed standards with the product integrity being verified by all the major class societies – LRS, ABS, ...
... stock of both new and used stud link anchor chain ranging from 12.5mm to 133.5mm, DCL Mooring & Rigging can meet your project specific needs. DCL Mooring & Rigging also keeps a wide range of anchor chain ...
MSM offers studless and stud-link anchor chains grade 2 and grade 3, and stud-link anchor chains with different available finishings: self-colour, black, hot-dip galvanized and grade 80. We make due ...
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How to choose this product
A ships anchor chain consists of a series of interlocking metal links used to connect the anchor to the moored vessel. The diameter of these chains is far greater than that of those used on recreational vessels.
Anchor chain is an indispensable piece of gear on all types of ships, small or large. It also can be used to anchor buoys in deep water.
Chain links are oval in shape and made of galvanized steel. Stud links are reinforced by a transverse hollow or solid metal bar. In addition to strengthening the links, the bars reduce the likelihood of the links fouling on one another if the chain twists around itself. Simple links have no stud.
How to choose
Choice of studded or simple links will depend on anchor weight and vessel characteristics, including displacement. Chain must fit the ship's windlass and should be approved by a certification agency, such as Lloyd's, RINA or MCA.
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