PAC-Flex™ Alloy Chain Mesh Slings


PAC-Flex™ Alloy Chain Mesh Slings are Premium Alloy Chain for High Heat & High Abrasion Applications.

Pac-Flex™ Premium Alloy Chain Mesh Slings are specified for multiple lifting uses in metalworking and other applications where the loads are abrasive, hot or will tend to cut other types of slings. Pac-Flex™ is a uniquely engineered and patented arrangement of alloy steel chain and 1/8” wire rope. End fittings are heat treated alloy steel. Pac-Flex™ fills a niche that web slings, even wire mesh slings cannot fill. In fact, Pac-Flex™ is vastly superior in many aspects to the wire mesh sling.

Pac-Flex™ – Alloy Chain Mesh Slings

Patented combination of alloy steel chain and 1/8” wire rope
Standard duty features 7/32 chain
Heavy Duty features 5/16 chain
End fittings are heat treated alloy steel

Pac-Flex™ Sling features

Flat, smoother bearing surfaces than wire mesh
Higher tensile strength alloy steel chain
Flexibility to conform to irregular shapes
Withstands temperatures to 400°F
Excellent resistance to abrasion and cutting
Easy to inspect – use the same inspection criteria used for other alloy chain slings
Easy to repair – each individual component can be repaired or replaced by Liftex® as needed to reduce costs

Pac-flex™ vs. Wire Mesh slings

Our 2” wide sling is 260% stronger than 2” wide wire mesh
Our 4” wide sling is 200% stronger than 4” wire mesh slings
Bi-Directional Flexibility: means better load control and longer sling life


Specify on Purchase Order:
•Sling Width
•Sling Length
(pull to pull – see illustration)
•Part Number

PAC-Flex™ Alloy Chain Link Slings


PAC-Link™ Premium Alloy Chain Slings are designed for High Heat & High Abrasion Applications.

PAC-Link™ Slings are made of Grade 100 alloy chain. With a higher capacity than slings made of Grade 80, PAC-Link™ Slings are suitable in the temperature range of -40°F to 400°F. They have maximum abrasion and corrosion resistance. PAC-Link™ Slings are available in single, double, triple, or quadruple leg and multiple end fitting configurations.


Determine maximum load to be lifted.
Determine type of sling required: Single Leg (S), Double Leg (D), Triple Leg (T), Quadruple Leg (Q).
Determine the proper angle between the leg of the sling and the load during operation.
Select the proper bottom fitting: Master Link (O), Sling Hook (S), Grab Hook (G), Foundry Hook (F).
Determine the overall reach/length of the assembly (measured from bearing point on top fitting to bearing point on bottom fitting).
Choose chain size which meets your required work load, angle and reduction factor.

Example: Double Leg, Master Link top fitting, Sling Hook bottom fittings, 3/8” chain size, 20’ length would be coded as: DOS 3/8 x ‘20