Synthetic Link Chains

Does everything steel chains and slings can do – only better

Why choose Dyneema®?

As cargo gets heavier and deadlines get tighter, today’s crane operators and businesses concerned with lifting and lashing are looking for ways to increase their productivity without compromising safety.

Certified by DNV-GL, Dyneema® synthetic link chains do everything steel chains and slings can do – only better. They up to 85% lighter than comparable steel link chains, they float on water and one person can handle them for sustained periods of time. Dyneema® chains are easier to handle, position, coil and store saving time and money. Furthermore, they are easy to shorten and less likely to damage cargo or injure workers. 

3 reasons to choose Dyneema®

Higher Productivity

Stronger, lighter, link chains with Dyneema® reduce handling time by 300%

Safety

Lightweight, softness and quietness. All contribute to reduced accidents and damage for crew and cargo

More Durable

Less wear and tear to equipment, extending equipment lifetimes and lowering maintenance costs

View our webinar on-demand

Recently we held our webinar ‘The future of lashing explained – powered by synthetic link chains with Dyneema®’.
In this webinar, Dyneema® and JUMBO experts will teach you:

  • How to enable faster and more efficient lashing operations
  • How to enable safer and lighter operations for crew and diminish cargo damage
  • How the world’s strongest fiber together with a patented robust and reliable design creates the strongest and lightest synthetic chain

How Synthetic Lifting Chains with Dyneema® are made

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Case studies

Take a look at our case studies to see how synthetic chains made with Dyneema® proved to be very efficient, safe, and durable in the most demanding lifting and lashing operations.

Where to buy

Only synthetic link chains made with Dyneema® bear the Dyneema® diamond. Find your synthetic link chains with Dyneema®, only manufactured by our official partners.

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