Lifting Links & Rigging Rings
Links and rings used in overhead lifting are essential components of almost any lifting sling. Oblong master links, sometimes called “Oblongs”, are used to gather the legs of multi-leg rigging slings and allows them to be connected to a single crane hook. All our lifting links and rigging rings are made of quenched and tempered alloy steel offering extreme strength and durability.
Here at Tri-State Rigging Equipment we pride ourselves on providing our customers with only the highest quality lifting links and rigging rings, from only the most reputable manufacturers. We can provide you with any rigging product on the market so if you cannot find what you are looking for, or if you don’t know exactly what you need, call or email our sales team to speak with a rigging product specialist.
Oblong Master Links
Oblong master links are very simple rigging components, but they can be configured to fit a wide variety of applications. For example, rigging master links can be equipped with sub-assemblies that contain chain adjusters for building adjustable chain slings.
Pear Lifting Link
Pear lifting links can often be used as an alternative to oblong master links. They are ideal for creating wire rope and synthetic sling assemblies. Pear lifting links are forged from quenched and tempered steel. They can also be weldless, as well as hot-dip galvanized, making pear lifting rings well suited for marine environments.
Round Rigging Rings
Round rigging rings are not as commonly used as oblong master links or pear lifting links, but they are commonly used with logging chokers and a toggle. Round rigging rings are forged from quenched and tempered steel. They are also available in weldless designs.
Tri-State Rigging Equipment is a service provider and distributor for all lifting links and rigging rings, including oblong master links serving clients from coast to coast, Canada, Mexico and especially focused in the states of Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, Arkansas, Mississippi, Tennessee, Kentucky, South Carolina, Florida, and Oklahoma.