UNNA

 

Kettenfabrik Unna was founded in 1921 as a daughter company of Union Sils van de Loo & Co. Fröndenberg. In 1925 the two confidential clerks took the company over with a management buy-out. In 1928 paid one of the confidential clerks, Friedrich Jasper, the other one out. Since then Kettenfabrik Unna is a completely owned family company.
In 1949 followed with Dr. Manfred Jasper the second generation. With Dr. Ingo Jasper the third generation came in 1991 into the company.
Kettenfabrik Unna has its site for more than 30 years in the industrial area of Unna. The last extension took place in 1999/2000
– another hall was built with 1.300 m2. Chains and accessories are delivered in different executions worldwide.
Quality was ever one of the main philosophies of Kettenfabrik Unna. This lead to different certifications of various institutions in the domestic market as well as in export markets. The last quality certificate obtained is the ISO 9001 : 2000.
Kettenfabrik Unna has a complete delivery programme for link chains as well as for articulated chains. Articulated hains were taken up in the programme in 1990 and then continuously completed. Kettenfabrik Unna delivers to any branches in many countries of the world – the reputation of Kettenfabrik Unna stands for quality.
Kettenfabrik Unna has all modern platforms for communication. 

 

Lifting with round steel chains

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Lifting with round steel chains

Round steel chains are subdivided into untested, tested and calibrated chains. Tested chains have been subjected to force situated between the load-bearing capacity and the minimum breaking force. By applying the test force on the chain, it is ensured that the chain will neither be extended nor undergo rupture during its specified use. If the chain is loaded with a force above the test force during its use, it will be undergo plastic deformation which must contribute by at least 15% until reaching the breaking load (applies not for hardened chains). This is therefore an optical test measure for chain overload. Tested chains are suitable for load lifting. Calibrated chains are tested and fine-toleranced and will be suitable for being run over chain wheels.

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