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Chain and Chain Slings

Why shop from Southeast Rigging?

Southeast Rigging is a trusted supplier of chain rigging equipment. Our product selection addresses the varying needs of any project — small, large, and everything in between. These chains are made of different materials suitable for different lifting loads and weights.

Chain Slings are one of the most durable and versatile type of rigging available. We supply these assemblies throughout the Southeast for a wide variety of applications.

Contractors and businesses trust the high-quality products and full-service solutions recommended by our advisors. Our knowledgeable sales representatives also provide strong after-sales support. With Southeast Rigging, all customers know that they are only one call away from solving their rigging needs and concerns.

Browse the available options below.

Rigging Chain Types and Uses

Proof Coil, Grade 30

This heavy-duty general-purpose chain boasts standard commercial quality. It’s used for tow chain fabrication. It is also used to bind chains and logging chains. It can be self-colored or hot-dipped galvanized.

It’s not suitable for overhead lifting.

Alloy, Grade 80

These chains are specifically recommended for overhead lifting purposes.

Alloy, Grade 100

This is recommended if you need chains for overhead lifting. It’s 25% stronger than System 8 chains. It also lets you do the same lifts with lighter-weight chains.

Stainless Steel

These non-magnetic lifting chains are electrically welded and corrosion-resistant. They are commonly used for food processing, chemical, and marine applications.

These aren’t made for overhead lifting.


This is made for tie-down purposes. You may opt for Grade 43 chains with a Bright finish. The yellow chromate zinc electroplated Grade 70 chain has a higher load-to-weight ratio.

It isn’t made for overhead lifting applications.

Learn more about our heavy-duty chains and hooks

Southeast Rigging features a full catalog of our products. View pages 9 to 31 of the catalog for detailed information about our rigging chains and hooks.

Proof Coil

This is an economic general-purpose chain that features heavy-duty construction for standard commercial quality. It has multiple applications including use as a tow chain for fabrication and as a bind or logging chain. It is not suitable for overhead lifting. It can be hot-dipped, galvanized, or self-colored.
Hi test chain

High Test

This high-strength medium carbon chain has good wear characteristics and is ideal for most tie-down situations. It can also be used as tow and binder chains.


This is a standard link grade 70 made using a low alloy/high strength carbon steel. Its combination of heat treating and increased strength makes it an ideal solution for stabilizing heavy loads.
Transport chain
Alloy Chain


The strongest chain in production and the only one recommended for overhead lifting, this alloy chain is an excellent choice for serious applications. Made of heat-treated alloy steel, applications include chain slings, binder chains, and anything else where strength and reliability are needed.


This is a general-purpose chain for common applications that don’t require high-strength applications. It is rustproof, making it a lasting option that won’t weather or wear. Ideal in corrosive or extreme heat situations.
Alluminium chain


The aluminum chain is very versatile and used in many commercial applications. Lightweight, non-magnetic, and corrosion-resistant, the chain is not to be used for overhead lifting applications.

Binder Chain

A good solution for securing loads and chain slings, the binder chain is often used with a load binder to tighten loads for transport. Other applications include construction, load securement, logging, and any other situation where heavy loads must be safely and reliably secured.
Binder chain


We offer a variety of specialty chains to meet numerous unique or niche applications. These can serve as a valuable solution for hard-to-find chains for commercial or mechanical applications.


We offer many chain fittings to meet the needs of nearly any application. Various sizes and shapes of connecting links are available as well as rings and hooks.


The G30 is an excellent general-purpose chain of standard commercial quality that is frequently used for fabricating tow chains, binding or tie down chains, and logging chains. Standard Material: Low carbon steel. Standard Finish: Self Colored (S.C.) or Galvanized (GALV); also available Zinc Plated (Z.P.) 3/16" through 1/2"; and poly-coated. Proof tested. Packaging: Drums (order unit is "feet.") Do not use for overhead lifting.


High test G43 chain is another carbon steel option that offers high tensile strength and increased strength-to-weight ratio compared to proof coil chain. It is often used for anchoring purposes.


Commonly known as truckers chain, G70 provides excellent towing capabilities and applications for use, including binding and securement. The G70 is a long link chain with a yellow chromate finish.


Heat-treated alloy steel and one of the most versatile and economic options available, the G80 chain is a high-strength option used for various overhead lifting, tie-down, and load securement purposes.


G100 is a premium-grade option that is rugged and reliable for various applications. Compared to the G80 chain, it has increased strength without the increased size, making it a good choice when extra strength and reliability are needed.

Single Leg

An easy and affordable lifting solution, the single-leg chain sling is made with heavy-duty chain and hooks to provide versatile use in many different applications.
Single leg
Double leg

Double Leg

A two-leg chain with two lengths of heavy-duty chain connected to a master oblong, this lifting solution can be used at different angles to meet the needs of a particular lift. Hooks are fitted at the ends of both chains.

Triple Leg

Also called a three-leg bridle chain or triple-leg chain sling, the Triple Leg chain has three lengths of heavy-duty chain connected to a master oblong. It is often used with a bridle hitch and has three pick points for increased lifting capabilities.
Triple leg
Quadriple Leg

Quadruple Leg

Used for challenging overhead lifts where multiple pick points are required for safety and control, the Quadruple Leg Chain has four lengths of heavy-duty chain connected to a master oblong.

Chain Slings w/adjusters

A chain sling with included adjusters offers the ability to quickly adjust the length of working chain to accommodate various lifting purposes. Adjuster hooks are connected to the master oblong to give you adjustment capabilities with single, double, triple, and quadruple leg chain slings.
Chain slings with adjuster


The Campbell chain is a very popular and well-respected option that has been used in various industries for years. The brand is well-known for developing the Grade 100 chain, and this reputation continues to grow.


The Import Chain is similar to the binder chain and is used for various towing and tie-down situations. It features high tensile strength and versatile applications.
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