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Different Types of Wire Rope Sling Terminations

By Tim Muprhy 7 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 7 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.

Get The Most Out Of Your Rigging Shackles

By Tim Muprhy 7 months ago No comments

Shackles are a quintessential element in rigging as they are used for not only lifting but securing loads, retrieval, fall precaution, and other activities.

Also known as a clevis, these shackles are made from high corrosion resistant stainless steel, carbon steel and steel alloy both self-colored and galvanized, which makes them capable of enduring years of tough rigging. However if not used properly you run the risk of not only breaking the shackle but injuring yourself or others.

Murphy Now Has Pad Eye Lifting Lugs

By Tim Muprhy 7 months ago No comments

Murphy now has added Forged Heavy Duty Pad Eyes, “OFF THE SHELF” to our product line up. These Weld-on Pad Eyes are used on steel products to create an immediate welded on attachment point for lifting, securing or general moving equipment around.

D-Rings for Cargo Control

By Tim Muprhy 7 months ago No comments

D-rings are used to ensure the safe securement of cargo during transport. The name of these rings comes from the fact that they are shaped like the letter “D.” For Cargo Control, D-rings are used in conjunction with and as part of various types of tie-downs. When cargo is tied down with ratchets, chains, straps, D-rings, and other equipment keep everything secure eliminating the occurrence of a catastrophic release of the cargo.

Without question, cargo control is essential for transportation companies. These companies are responsible for moving all kinds of items where secure cargo is imperative.

Flat Web Eye and Eye Slings Are Used for Lifting & Pulling

By Tim Muprhy 7 months ago No comments

Eye and eye (E/E) slings can be used in vertical, choker, and basket hitches; they offer extreme versatility. The design includes a flat loop eye on each end. These nylon & polyester slings are often referred by many names, including eye and eye sling.

Customer shares experience with Murphy Products

By Tim Muprhy 7 months ago No comments

Customer shares experience with Murphy Products

One of our customers just sent us some photos of them using our products to lift a 2,300 lb. gate valve. Pretty cool to have your customers take time out of their day to email you.

Advantages of Chain Slings over Other Types of Slings

By Tim Muprhy 7 months ago No comments

Chain slings are known for their durability, versatility and extremely long service life. Used in many different industries -- generally in rough, heavy duty applications, Chain Slings offer many benefits. We will explain the benefits of Chain (link type) vs. other slings.
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