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Manufactured to DIN766
6mm x 18.5mm pitch
Select a continuous length up to 200 metres
Price per metre
6mm DIN766 Grade 40 Calibrated Anchor Chain from William Hackett Ltd, respected UK manufacturers and distributors of chain since 1892
William Hackett Anchor Chain Facts and Features:
6mm DIN766 Grade 40 Anchor Chain is generally suitable for yachts up to approximately 6 metres, length overall
Displacement: Length ratio
Your cruising intentions
The anticipated anchorage conditions e.g. depth, seabed holding characteristics, the length of fetch and degree of exposure to prevailing winds
The length of chain that will be deployed and any extra scope provided by an anchor warp
The weight and design of anchor
Your anchor rode is only as strong as the weakest link so ensure that all your connectors and shackles are rated to the requisite break load
There is one main calibration for 6mm chain - DIN766
It is very important to check the size and calibration of your gypsy/chain before you order
If you are unsure we can help you to decide - we will take all reasonable steps to ensure you get the correct chain
The simplest way to check that you are buying the correct calibration is to take a measurement from your existing chain, providing of course that it fits correctly.
We measure 10 links because, in practice, it is difficult to measure one link accurately enough.
The links should be laid out flat and pulled tight.
Measure from the outside edge to outside edge.
Compare your measurement with our stock:
Jimmy Green Lofrans 6mm DIN766 = approximately 190mm
Calibrated Chain, How Jimmy Green can help
N.B. The measurement for an old chain may be a little longer than new due to a degree of wear and elongation in use
Maximum Pin Diameter = 6mm = the largest pin which will fit comfortably in the end link of 6mm DIN766 chain
|William Hackett||Size/Calibration||A||B||C||Outside Width|
|HQ2.060.G40||6mm DIN766||10kN||20kN||0.8kg per metre|
PL = Proof Load
MBL = Minimum Break Load
Weight = approximate weight per metre
N.B. 1Kn Force = 101.972Kg Break Load - therefore MBL 20Kn = approximately 2040kg
Jimmy Green Quality Control and Accountability
Every length of chain is checked and labelled with the manufacturer, the date received and a corresponding batch number when it arrives.
The batch number is then recorded at the point of sale.
Every chain order is therefore traceable and accountable to the manufacturer Test Certificate
A copy of the corresponding Lofrans Test Certificate is available with your order on request