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NEW AT MURPHY: Machinery Eye Bolts & Swivel Eye Bolts

By Tim Muprhy 6 days ago No comments


machinery eye bolt

Murphy adds Machinery Eye Bolts to Line up.

We now offer Machinery Eye Bolts for those big jobs. With Working Load Limits all the way up to 56,000 lbs. these eye bolts will handle the job.

Our customers talked and we listened. You can see them here. [Machinery Eye Bolts]

Murphy & Rescued Pets Movement Team Up To Help The Displaced and Homeless Animals From Harvey

By Tim Muprhy 9 months ago No comments

Murphy Industry Products warehouse recently was asked by the Rescue Pets Movement to step up and help them out by opening up our warehouse to store 14 pallets of dog supplies to help out the displaced pets from Hurricane Harvey.

[UPDATE] Murphy Industrial Products, Inc. - Open and All OK.

By Tim Muprhy 9 months ago No comments

Murphy Industrial Products, Inc. is open for business.

The building and employees all ok.

Outbound shipping will resume as soon as Fed Ex and UPS resume operations.

Our Thoughts and Prayers are with our fellow Houstonians.

Different Types of Wire Rope Sling Terminations

By Tim Muprhy 9 months ago No comments

Choosing the right end-fittings is just as important as selecting the right wire rope. Terminations are vital for maintaining the integrity and strength of the assembly of wire rope slings.

Guide for Inspecting Chain Slings

By Tim Muprhy 9 months ago No comments

For overhead lifting applications, chain slings, like any lifting sling, have an extremely important job. Visual inspection prior to each use is mandatory. Unless a chain sling is inspected - damage, deterioration, and other problems potentially could cause failure. With damage/deterioration present in the sling, as a load is lifted, there is the potential for the sling to break. At that point, any persons or objects nearby, are at risk of damage or harm.

What Are the 3 Basic Components of a Standard Wire Rope Design?

By Tim Muprhy 9 months ago No comments

Used for suspension and hoisting, a standard wire rope has three basic components. This type of rope has one or more strands, which spiral around a steel or fiber core. Most common of wire ropes have six strands. The components vary in both configuration and complexity. For that reason, the manufacturer can produce ropes for different purposes and with specific characteristics.

The three components of a wire rope include wires, strands, and the core. Depending on the use and customer specifications, these ropes are made from stainless steel, iron, steel, bronze, Monel metal, and high-carbon steel, with the latter being the most widely used. The ropes are also available in grades, each with unique properties that relate to the basic curve.

Correct Shackle for Your Lifting Sling

By Tim Muprhy 9 months ago No comments

It is imperative to select the right shackle for your lifting sling. In addition to making lifting easier, this enhances overall safety. The decision depends on two things, checking recommendations from the sling manufacturer and using a little bit of common sense.

The Right Lifting Sling

First obtain the right lifting sling for your requirements.

You will need to know what type items you are moving, weights of the items, and other pertinent information. Slings are used, not only for lifting, but also pulling and holding loads.

Murphy's New "Shipping Model" Reported on in Over 20 National Publications

By Tim Muprhy 9 months ago No comments

This has been an exciting couple of months here at Murphy Industrial Products, Inc. We knew there was a problem in our industry with getting the products needed to customers fast enough. So how do we fix this problem I asked? Me and the guys knocked around a couple of solutions but nothing seemed to stick.

So what did I do … Took a HUGE gamble and stuffed our warehouses with products so no one has to wait on anything, anymore at all. (shameless plug - still questioning that decision so come buy some stuff already). More than 80% of our orders now ship the same day. If you order it we’ll get it out to you that very same day.

Rigging Supplies: New Model Speeds Delivery, Selection

By Tim Muprhy 9 months ago No comments

Meeting construction deadlines and reducing downtime are critical whether the job site is a high-rise building or a highway infrastructure project. To safely and efficiently move heavy equipment and building supplies across the worksite requires not only cranes but also a variety of specialty lifting, pulling and tie-down products to control and secure the load.

At any time, progress on a construction project can come to a grinding halt when something unplanned occurs. For instance, a piece of equipment may need to be installed, repaired, or replaced — and specific equipment, such as a crane sling of a certain type, dimension, or construction must be available immediately to get the job done.

Choose the Right Rigging Equipment

By Tim Muprhy 9 months ago No comments

When comparing your options for Rigging Equipment, it is important to choose equipment that will get the job done in a safe manner. Using the wrong rigging components is a recipe for disaster. With the right information, you will have no problem selecting the right equipment for a job while dramatically reducing risk to property and people.

Unfortunately, many companies do not possess the required knowledge about rigging equipment. This makes the selection process a major challenge. Between a chain sling, wire rope sling, and other options, it is easy to get confused and feel overwhelmed. Especially for heavy-duty lifting, it is critical that you know the differences between the various options for rigging supplies.

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