There are two main types of rigging: metal rigging and synthetic fiber rigging.
Metal rigging mainly includes: wire rope slings, chain slings, shackles, hooks, hangers (clamps), magnetic slings, etc.
Synthetic fiber rigging mainly includes: rope and belt rigging made of nylon, polypropylene, polyester, high-strength and high-modulus polyethylene fibers.
Rigging includes: D-rings, safety hooks, spring hooks, tight rigging, linking double ring buckles, American eye rings, bolts, and other applications.
Rigging is widely used in ports, power, steel, shipbuilding, petrochemical, mining, railway, construction, metallurgical and chemical industry, automobile manufacturing, engineering machinery, papermaking machinery, industrial control, logistics, large-scale transportation, pipeline auxiliary equipment, marine rescue, Important industries such as marine engineering, airport construction, bridges, aviation, aerospace, venues, etc.
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