12 Ton, 8" McKissick 416 Snatch Block

12 Ton, 8" McKissick 416 Snatch Block
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  • Item #: 193490
  • Manufacturer: The Crosby Group
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Price $987.45

12 Ton, 8" McKissick 416 Snatch Block    **Made in the USA & Free Shipping**

  • Sheave Diameter: 8"
  • Wire Rope Size: 3/4 - 7/8"
  • W.L.L*: 26,460 lbs.
  • Fatigue Rated
  • Color: Orange-Red
  • Weight: 33 lbs.
  • Heat treated Alloy Steel
  • Bronze Bushing
  • Pressure Lube Fitting
  • Supplied with hook latch
  • Opening feature permits easy insertion of rope without reeving, or while the block is suspended.
  • Bolt for opening feature is retained, to ensure no lost bolts.
  • Forged steel swivel tees, yokes and hooks.
  • Center pin equipped with pressure lube fitting.
  • Meets or exceeds all requirements of ASME B30.26 including identification ductility, design factor, proof load and temperature requirements.  Importantly, these blocks meet other critical performance requirements including fatigue life and material traceability, not addressed by ASME B30.26

In the lifting tackle and towing industry, the name McKissick has stood for quality for almost 80 years.  McKissick, a part of The Crosby Group since 1959, is one of the world's largest producers of blocks and their commitment to quality is unmatched.  The 416 and 434 (Larger Size) series blocks are made entirely of heat treated alloy steel.  Use of heat treated alloy gives the block only 60% of the weight of blocks of comparable capacities.  Standard features are bronze bushings, easy opening mechanism and pressure lube fitting.  Strong block.... light weight.  Painted orange.  Supplied with hook latch.

Roller bearings, instead of bronze bushings are available in this block style.  Call us for more details.

*Working Load Limit (W.L.L.): The maximum load or force which should ever be applied to the product.  The long standing federal standards on slings, regulated by O.S.H.A. uses a typical design factor of 5 to 1; that is a resultant working load limit of 20%, of the assembly minimum break strength. (may vary on some products. ex. Alloy Chain uses a 4 to 1 factor) The newly written C.V.S.A. standards on tiedowns enforced by the D.O.T. use a typical design factor of 3 to 1; that is a resultant working load limit of 33% of the assembly minimum break strength.

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