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Rigging Accessories

We have the best rigging hardware solution for you!

We understand the significance of high-quality rigging hardware in various industries such as construction, logging, excavating, marine, and dredging. When it comes to getting the job done safely and accurately, you can rely on our rigging hardware.

At YIPENG, we provide a wide range of high-quality rigging hardware solutions to meet your requirements. Our experienced team is ready to assist you in selecting the right hardware, providing expert advice, and ensuring the success of your rigging projects. Trust us for all your rigging hardware needs, and experience the difference in quality and service.

Rigging Hardware Options

Our wide selection of rigging hardware and rigging accessories includes shackles, hooks, snaps, eye bolts, eye nuts, stainless steel nuts, turnbuckles, swivels, and more. Don't hesitate to contact us, if you need assistance or can't find what you're looking for.

Wholesale Rigging Accessories

Interested in wholesale rigging hardware? Call our dedicated consultants for more information.

How Rigging and Lifting Hardware is Rated

Rigging and lifting hardware is rated based on various factors to ensure safe and efficient operations. Here are some key aspects considered in the rating process(Or click here to help you understand):

Working Load Limit (WLL): The Working Load Limit is the maximum load that the hardware can safely handle under normal working conditions. It is determined by testing and is usually expressed in pounds or tons. It is essential to choose hardware with a WLL that exceeds the expected load to ensure safety.

Design Factor: The design factor is the ratio between the WLL and the actual anticipated load. It accounts for dynamic forces, shock loads, and other uncertainties. Common design factors range from 4:1 to 7:1, depending on the application and industry standards.

Material Strength: Rigging hardware is made from various materials such as steel, alloy steel, or stainless steel, each with different strength properties. The material's tensile strength and yield strength are crucial in determining the hardware's load-carrying capacity and durability.

Safety Standards: Rigging and lifting hardware must comply with industry-specific safety standards and regulations, such as those set by organizations like the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) or the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME). Compliance ensures that the hardware meets stringent quality and safety requirements.

Certification and Testing: Rigging hardware is often subjected to rigorous testing and certification processes to validate its strength and performance. Certification bodies such as the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) or third-party organizations may provide certifications to ensure adherence to recognized standards.

The Difference Between Lifting Hardware and Rigging Hardware

The terms "rigging hardware" and "lifting hardware" are often used interchangeably, but there is a significant distinction between them. While lifting hardware can fall under the category of rigging, not all rigging can be utilized for lifting purposes. Rigging hardware specifically refers to the equipment employed in rigging, such as ropes, cables, and chains, which are used for the purpose of lifting and suspending objects. Rigging hardware is frequently used to connect rigging to an object that needs to be lifted.

In the case of lifting a heavy piece of equipment, a crane may be utilized to mechanically lift the load, while rigging is employed to raise and suspend the load. Rigging hardware, such as eye bolts and nuts, is used to attach the rigging to the equipment. It is essential to ensure that the rigging hardware being used is suitable and rated for the specific task at hand.

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