Article provided by: Manufacturer Express Inc.
Why Purchase Your Binder Chains from Manufacturer Express:
At ME, we know there are a lot of options when it comes to purchasing your binder chains. We don’t take for granted the fact that you’re looking to us for a quality product, and we won’t let you down by compromising on the quality of our products. We advise all of our customers to reach out to our knowledgeable and helpful staff when looking at binder chains or other tools and accessories for holding down their load or lifting. We’ll ensure you order the right product the very first time when you call us to discuss your application.
If you need a heavy duty chain, grade 70 chain is the product you should be looking at. 70 grade offers the most efficient weight to strength ratio due to the drop-forging and heat-treating process that the chain undergoes. For all auto transport chains, flatbeds, heavy equipment, log transportation and tractor tie downs, grade 70 is mandatory. You’ll be able to quickly identify grade 70 binder chains by their yellow zinc-chromate finish.
Binder chains are sometimes referred to as load binders, and are tensioning devices used for the purpose of binding, clamping, or tying down large loads to prepare them for transportation. While there are two types of chain binders, at ME, we carry the ratchet style chain binder, with numerous options in binder chains. See our online catalog for more information about the products we carry or simply give us a call at 866-612-4896. We’ll be happy to discuss your project with you and steer you to the best product for the job.
When you’re looking to tie down a load, binder chains have the most strength to handle even the toughest tie down jobs you can muster up. They’re specifically made for large, heavy loads, and as such, they can be heavy and difficult to handle. Never allow their inconvenience to dissuade you from using the right tool or accessory for the job. You’ll need a binder to pull the slack out of the chain while you secure your load. We recommend a ratchet-style binder for ease of use.
When choosing a tie down method, consider the capacity of the load. In order to select the right method, you’ll need to know the weight of your cargo and the number of chains you’ll use to tie down the load. This is where our knowledgeable staff can provide a great deal of assistance. We’re available by phone to ensure you have the right tools on hand when transporting heavy duty equipment or a heavy load.
You can purchase binder chains from our website by selecting the appropriate length and size, then choosing whether you want to purchase a single chain, or a pallet of binder chains. We have many products in our inventory right now that are on sale, so be sure to look for discounts when shopping in our catalog.
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