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Weldless Chain

Weldless Chain

Also known as link chain, these twisted metal wire or interlocking links are light gauge and not welded, making them a good choice for light duty suspending applications such as pull chains for valve wheels or overhead doors, as lanyards, or in plumbing applications. They are not for use in lifting applications.

Jack Chain (Not for Lifting)

Suspend lighting fixtures or signs with these light duty chains. They consist of figure 8 links with loops that are twisted at a right angle.

Nickel Plated Steel

Zinc Plated Steel

Brass Finish Steel

Brass

Stainless Steel

Double Loop (Not for Lifting)

Also known as twin-loop chain, this lightweight but sturdy chain is useful for hanging a range of items from fixtures and signs to swings and hammocks.

Zinc Plated Steel

Galvanized Steel

Stainless Steel

Single Loop (Not for Lifting)

Also known as lock link, these chains are the strongest of the weldless chain options when compared to other chain of the same wire diameter. The links in this chain face the same direction, allowing it to lie flatter around an object than other chains, making it a good choice for wrapping around pipes, ensuring smooth operation on overhead doors, and operating valve wheels.

Zinc Plated Steel

Sash Chain (Not for Lifting)

Use these stamped, flat-profile chains in lightweight pulley systems, such as for hanging window sashes or for operating dampers in heating systems.

Zinc Plated Steel

Plumbers' Chain (Not for Lifting)

Use these flat stamped chains in light duty plumbing applications such as connecting the float in a toilet tank. Also referred to as safety chain, the lightweight links lay flat and fold back on each other for additional flexibility.

Brass Finish Steel