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Hooks &
Swivels

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Hoist Hooks 319, 320, 322, 1316


What It Takes To Be
S-320N

Crosby Or Equal

DESIGN

COMPETITION

CROSBY

The theoretical reserve capability of a hoist hook should


be a minimum of 5 to 1 for carbon eye hooks, alloy eye
Ask: What is the design factor?
hooks and carbon shank hooks and 4.5 to 1 for alloy
shank hooks. Known as the DESIGN FACTOR, it is
Ask: Is each production lot
usually computed by dividing the catalog ultimate load performance tested?
by the working load limit. The ultimate load is the
average load or force at which the product fails or no
longer supports the load. The working load limit is the
maximum mass or force which the product is authorized
to support in general service. The design factor is
generally expressed as a ratio such as 5 to 1.
Also important to the design of hooks is the selection of
proper steel.

QUENCHED AND TEMPERED


Quenching and tempering assures the uniformity of
performance and maximizes the properties of the steel.
This means that each hook meets its rated strength and
other properties. This quenching and tempering process
develops a tough material that reduces the risk of a brittle,
catastrophic failure, thus improving impact and fatigue
properties. As a result, if overloaded, the hook will
deform before ultimate failure occurs, thus giving warning. The requirements of your job demand this reliability
and consistency. Quench and Tempering insures that not
only is the working load limit met, but that ductility,
fatigue and impact properties are appropriate.

FULL LINE AND IDENTIFICATION


The proper application of hoist hooks requires that the
correct type, size, and working load capacity of hook
be used. All hooks must be load rated (with either the
working load or a cross reference code). In addition the
traceability code, size, and manufacturers name should
be boldly marked on the product. Availability of a full
line of eye, shank, and swivel hooks in carbon and alloy
steel is essential when selecting the desired hook for the
proper application.

APPLICATION INFORMATION
Detailed application information will assist you in the
proper selection and use of hoist hooks. This information
is most effective when provided in supporting brochures
and engineering information. A formal application and
warning system that attracts the attention of the user,
clearly informs the user of the factors involved in the task,
and informs the user of the proper application procedures
is needed.

S-319N

Crosby hoist hooks meet the design


factor requirements of 5 to 1 for all
carbon hooks, 5 to 1 for all alloy eye
and swivel hooks and 4.5 to 1 for
alloy shank hooks. Crosbys QC 1400
program determines the mechanical
properties of each manufacturing lot
of hoist hooks. In addition to the heat
treat process, Crosby hooks are
designed with a cross section that,
when overloaded, allows uniform
deformation and straightening before
ultimate failure.

Crosby hoist hooks are quenched


and tempered. This heat treatment
process assures a hook that will
Ask: If overloaded, do their hooks deform, deform prior to ultimate failure.
giving warning before ultimate failure? Impact and fatigue properties are
superior with quenched and
tempered hooks. Crosbys Quenched
Some competitors normalize the
and Tempered carbon and alloy
hooks, and as a result, desired
hoist hooks are recommended for
properties are not achieved. A few
even provide hooks in an as forged all critical applications, including
condition, which can result in brittle overhead lifting.
failure.
Ask: Are their hooks quenched and
tempered?

Ask: Do they have a traceability


system?
Ask: Does their traceablity system tie
into a comprehensive material testing
program?
Ask: Does their product offering cover
the full range?
Most competitors do not have the full
line of hooks that Crosby produces.
Most do not have a traceability
system.

Crosby forges Crosby or CG, the


Product Identification Code (P.I.C.),
and working load limit (or working
load cross reference code) into its full
line. Crosbys traceability system and
P.I.C. are an integral part of the
QC 1400 program.

The Crosby Product Warnings


System provides detailed application
and warning information for hoist
hooks. In addition, a video on hook
maintenance is also available. Field
Ask: What training support is
inspection criteria and repair
provided?
instructions are also available.
Training seminars conducted by
Most competitors do not have a
comparable product warnings system Crosby provide training on the
and application information for hoist proper use of hoist hooks. Crosby
training packets, supplied free to
hooks.
attendees of Crosbys seminars,
provide training materials needed to
explain the proper use of hoist hooks.
Ask: Do they provide hook application
and warning information attached
directly to the hook?

Remember, When buying Crosby, youre buying more than product, youre buying Quality.
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Crosby Value Added


U.S. ratings: When comparing to other hooks which are rated in short tons, the design factor of Crosby hooks (in short tons)
is 5 to 1 for all carbon hooks, 5 to 1 for alloy eye and swivel hooks, 4.5 to 1 for alloy shank hooks and 4 to 1 for all bronze hooks.
Application information: Application and warning information is available for Crosby hoist hooks. The Crosby Warning
System is designed to attract the attention of the user, clearly inform the user of the factors involved in the task, and provide
the user with proper application procedures. Each Crosby hoist hook is tagged with appropriate application and warning
information, thus insuring that the information is available at the point of application.
Charpy impact properties: Crosbys quenched and tempered hooks have enhanced impact properties for greater toughness
at all temperatures. Crosby can provide typical Charpy impact properties on selected sizes upon special request at the time
of order.
Fatigue properties: Typical fatigue properties are available for selected sizes. In addition, these properties will be provided
upon special request for other sizes. Crosby is in the process of fatigue rating hoist hooks to 20,000 cycles at 1-1/2 times the
Working Load Limit.

Tensile strengths: Crosbys QC 1400 program provides hardness, tensile, and yield strength for each production lot of hoist
hooks. They are traceable by the Product Identification Code (PIC).
Material Analysis: Crosby can provide certified material (mill) analysis for each production lot, traceable by the Product
Identification Code (PIC). Crosby, through its own laboratory, verifies the analysis of each heat of steel. Crosby purchases
only special bar forging quality steel with specific cleanliness requirements and guaranteed hardenability.
Field inspection: Written instructions for visual, magnaflux, and dye penetrant inspection of hooks are available from
Crosby. In addition, acceptance criteria and repair procedures for hooks are available.
Proof testing: If requested at the time of order, hooks can be furnished proof tested with certification. All SHUR-LOC hooks
(clevis and eye styles) are 100% proof tested with certificates.
Mag Certification: If requested at the time of order, hooks can be Mag inspected with certification.
World Class Certification: Certification to World Class Standards can be furnished upon request at the time of order. Specific
standards include American Bureau of Shipping, Lloyds Register of Shipping, Det Norske Veritas, American Petroleum
Institute, RINA, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, and other world wide standards.
Bronze Hooks: Crosby provides bronze shank hooks for non-sparking applications.
QUIC-CHECK: Hoist hooks incorporate markings forged into the product which address two (2) QUIC-CHECK features:
Deformation Indicators: Two strategically placed marks, one just below the shank or eye and the other on the hook tip, which
allows for a QUIC-CHECK measurement to determine if the throat opening has changed, thus indicating abuse or overload.
Angle Indicators: Indicates the maximum included angle which is allowed between two (2) sling legs in the hook. These
indicators also provide the opportunity to approximate other included angles between two sling legs.

320N

320

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322N

319

319N

1316

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Ductility properties: Crosbys QC 1400 program provides results of actual test values for ductility of the material. These
results are measured by reduction of area and elongation. This is done for each production lot and is traceable by the Product
Identification Code (PIC).

Crosby Shank Hooks


SEE APPLICATION AND
WARNING INFORMATION
Para Espaol: www.thecrosbygroup.com

On Pages 116 - 117

Hoist hooks incorporate markings forged into the product which address two (2) QUIC-CHECK
features.
Deformation Indicators -- Two strategically placed marks, one just below the shank or
eye and the other on the hook up, which allows for a QUIC-CHECK measurement to
determine if the throat opening has changed, thus indicating abuse or overload. To
check, use a measuring device (i.e. tape measure) to measure the distance between the
marks. The marks should align according to the dimensions in column "AA" on next page.
If the measurement does not meet this criteria, the hook should be inspected further for
possible damage.
Angle Indicators -- Indicates the maximum included angle which is allow between two (2)
sling legs in the hook. These indicators also provide the opportunity to approximate
other included angles between two sling legs.

S-319 / S-319N

Chemical analysis and tensile tests performed on each PIC to verify chemistry and mechanical
properties.
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Patented trademark indicates


QUIC-CHECK product.
Hook ID Codes: A-Alloy Steel,
B-Bronze High Strength,
C-Carbon Steel.
Working Load Limit
(t)*
Carbon
3/4
1
1.6
2
3.2
5
7.5
10
15
20
20
25
25
30
30
40
40
50
50
-

Alloy
1.25
1.6
2.5
3.2
5.4
8
11.5
16
22
30
30
37
37
45
45
60
60
75
75
100
100
150
200
300

Bronze
.5
.6
1
1.4
2
3.5
5
6.5
10
-

Hook
ID
Code
D
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
N
O
O
P
P
S
S
T
T
U
U
W
W
X
Y
Z

Shank Hooks
Stock No.
Carbon
Alloy
S-319CN S-319AN
1028505 1028701
1028514 1028710
1028523 1028723
1028532 1028732
1028541 1028741
1028550 1028750
1028563 1028765
1028572 1028774
1028581 1028783
1024386
1024803
1024402
1024821
1024420
1024849
1024448
1024867
1024466
1024885
1024484
1024901
1024509
1024929
1024545
1024965
1024563
1024983
1024581
1025009
1025027
1025045
1025063
1025081
1025090
319cnW1

319cnW2

319cnX1

319cnY1

319cnZ1

Rep. Latch Kits


Bronze
S-319BN
1028900
1028909
1028918
1028927
1028936
1028945
1028954
1028963
1028972
-

Shank
Length
Std.
Std.
Std.
Std.
Std.
Std.
Std.
Std.
Std.
Std.
Long
Std.
Long
Std.
Long
Std.
Long
Std.
Long
Std.
Long
Std.
Std.
Std.

Weight Each
(kg)
.23
.34
.45
.83
1.67
3.29
6.12
8.16
16.0
32.7
38.8
61
78
83
97
122
142
177
193
277
306
333
463
630

S-4320 Stock No.


1096325
1096374
1096421
1096468
1096515
1096562
1096609
1096657
1096704
-

PL Stock No.
1092000
1092001
1092002
1092003
1092004
1093716
1093716
1093717
1093717
1093718
1093718
1093719
1093719
1093720
1093720
1093721
1093721
1093721
1093723
1093724

SS-4055 Stock No.


1090161
1090161
1090189
1090189
1090189
1090189
1090205
1090205
-

* NOTE: Proof load is 2 times Working Load Limit. All carbon hooks - average straightening load (ultimate load) is 5 times Working Load Limit.
Alloy shank hooks 1.25 ton through 300 ton - average straightening load (ultimate load) is 4 times Working Load Limit. All bronze hooks-average
straightening load (ultimate load) is 4 times Working Load Limit.
New 319N style hook.
See column "Y" on following page for actual length.

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Crosby Shank Hooks


SEE APPLICATION AND
WARNING INFORMATION
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On Pages 116 - 117

S-319 / S-319N
The most complete line of shank hoist hooks. Available 3/4 to 300 tons.
Available in carbon steel, alloy steel, and bronze.
Quenched and Tempered.
Proper design, careful forging, and precision controlled quench and tempering give
maximum strength without excessive weight and bulk.
Every Crosby Shank Hook has a pre-drilled cam which can be equipped with a latch.
Simply purchase the latch assemblies listed and shown on pages 97-99. Even years after
purchase of the original hook, latch assemblies can be added.
Hook Identification code stamped on each hook.

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Hook
ID
Code
D
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
N
O
O
P
P
S
S
T
T
U
U
W
W
X
Y
Z

D
72.5
80.5
91.0
102
123
160
192
212
263
346
346
357
357
392
392
470
470
524
524
584
584
619
678
765

F
31.8
35.1
38.1
41.1
51.0
63.5
76.0
82.5
108
127
127
137
137
152
152
178
178
197
197
173
173
171
191
241

k n a h S

G
18.5
21.3
25.4
29.0
36.6
46.2
57.5
66.0
76.5
92.0
92.0
116
116
129
129
152
152
170
170
218
218
232
248
270

Hooks &
Swivels

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H
20.6
23.9
29.5
33.3
41.4
52.5
67.0
74.5
89.0
117
117
127
127
140
140
165
165
184
184
251
251
278
300
329

J
23.6
24.6
26.9
30.2
38.1
45.2
61.0
66.5
86.5
102
102
108
108
121
121
146
146
165
165
149
149
152
168
203

K
16.0
18.0
22.4
23.9
33.3
42.2
47.8
55.5
68.5
76.0
76.0
92.0
92.0
94.5
94.5
113
113
133
133
140
140
152
178
184

L
131
144
161
181
219
265
318
342
423
586
790
816
1044
867
1095
916
1208
1045
1249
1070
1222
1162
1283
1389

M
16.0
18.0
22.4
23.9
28.7
36.6
41.4
49.3
60.5
76.0
76.0
76.0
76.0
82.5
82.5
99.5
99.5
108
108
140
140
152
178
203

Dimensions
(mm)
O
O2
23.6
24.6
26.9
29.5
35.8
25.4
42.9
33.3
56.5
46.0
61.0
51.0
81.0
69.9
82.5
82.5
76.0
76.0
86.0
86.0
105
105
124
124
114
114
114
127
159
-

P
49.8
56.5
62.0
70.5
88.0
117
133
151
175
223
223
287
287
319
319
375
375
420
420
438
438
457
502
576

R
59.5
66.0
70.0
80.5
98.0
121
149
162
207
240
240
318
318
356
356
395
395
492
492
468
468
467
521
597

T
24.6
24.6
26.2
29.5
38.9
49.3
62.5
66.0
71.5
87.5
87.5
98.5
98.5
121
121
145
145
152
152
178
178
178
203
210

T2
38.1
47.8
57.2
58.7
65.0
-

X*
15.0
16.8
18.3
22.4
29.5
35.8
46.0
51.0
65.0
79.0
79.0
102
102
106
106
114
114
127
127
178
178
184
203
241

Y
52.5
57.0
66.0
72.0
87.5
97.5
111
114
140
254
457
381
610
381
610
368
660
381
584
381
533
457
508
508

Z
17.5
19.8
22.4
25.4
31.8
39.6
49.3
55.5
67.0
79.0
79.0
102
102
106
106
114
114
127
127
178
178
184
203
241

AA
38.1
50.8
50.8
50.8
63.5
76.2
101
101
127
165
165
177
177
203
203
254
254
292
292
305
305
330
330
381

* Dimension before machining (as forged). See Hoist Hook Warnings - for maximum clean up dimensions after machining.
3/4tC - 22tA dimensions shown are for S-4320 Latch Kits. Dimensions for sizes 20 ton carbon and larger are for PL Latch Kits.
Dimensions are for PL-N latch kits.

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Crosby Eye Hooks


SEE APPLICATION AND
WARNING INFORMATION
Para Espaol: www.thecrosbygroup.com

On Pages 116 - 117

All Crosby 320 Eye Hoist Hooks incorporate the following features:

S-320 & S-320N


EYE HOOKS

Designed with a 5:1 Design Factor.


Chemical analysis and tensile tests performed on each PIC to verify chemistry and mechanical
properties.
The most complete line of Eye hoist hooks.
Proper design, careful forging and precision controlled quenched and tempering give maximum
strength without excessive weight and bulk.
Every Crosby Eye Hook has a pre-drilled cam which can be equipped with a latch. Even years
after purchase of the original hook, latch assemblies can be added. (See pages 97-99)
Eye hooks are load rated.
Available in carbon steel and alloy steel.
Hoist hooks incorporate two types of strategically placed markings forged into the product
which address two (2) QUIC-CHECK features:
Deformation Indicators and Angle Indicators (see following page for detailed definition).

The following additional features have been incorporated in the new


Crosby S-320N Eye Hoist Hooks.
(Sizes 3/4 ton Carbon through 22 ton Alloy.)

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Fatigue rated at 1-1/2 times the Working Load Limit at 20,000 cycles.
Can be proof tested to 2-1/2 times the working Load Limit.
Can be Metric Rated at 5:1 Design Factor.
Low profile hook tip.
New integrated latch (S-4320) meets the World class standard for lifting.
Heavy duty stamped latch interlocks with the hook tip.
High cycle, long life spring.
When secured with proper cotter pin through the hole in the tip of hook, meets the intent
of OSHA Rule 1926.550(g) for personnel hoisting.

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Working Load Limit


(t)*

Carbon
.75
1
1.6
2
3.2
5
7.5
10
15
20
25
30
40

Alloy
1.25
1.6
2.5
3.2
5.4
8
11.5
16
22
31.5
37
45
60

Hook
ID
Code
D
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
N
O
P
S
T

Carbon
S-320C
S.C.
1022200
1022211
1022222
1022233
1022244
1022255
1022264
1022277
1022288
1023289
1023305
1023323
1023341

Eye Hook
Stock No.
Carbon
G-320C
Galv.
1022208
1022219
1022230
1022241
1022249
1022262
1022274
1022285
1022296
-

Replacement
Latch Kits
Alloy
S-320A
S.C.
1025802
1022386
1025811
1025820
1025839
1025848
1022441
1022452
1022465
1023546
1023564
1023582
1023608

Weight
Each
(kg.)
.28
.40
.65
.94
1.95
3.76
6.80
9.42
17.9
27.2
47.6
67
103

S-4320
Stock No.
1096325
1096374
1096421
1096468
1096515
1096562
1096609
1096657
1096704
-

PL
Stock No.
1092000
1092001
1092002
1092003
1092004
1093716
1093717
1093718
1093719

SS-4055
Stock No.
1090161
1090189
1090189
1090205

* Carbon eye hooks .75tC-40tC: proofload is 2 times working load limit. Designed with a 5 to 1 safety factor.
Alloy eye hooks 1.25tA-31.5tA : proofload is 2.5 times working load limit. Designed with a 4 to 1 safety factor.
Alloy eye hooks 37tA - 60tA: proofload is 2 times working load limit. Designed with a 4 to 1 safety factor.
New 320N style hook.

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Crosby Eye Hooks


SEE APPLICATION AND
WARNING INFORMATION
Para Espaol: www.thecrosbygroup.com

On Pages 116 - 117

127

S-320 & S-320N


S-320
S-320N
EYE&HOOK
EYE HOOKS

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Hooks &
Swivels

s k o o H

Hoist hooks incorporate markings forged into the product which address
two (2) QUIC-CHECK features.
Deformation Indicators -- Two strategically placed marks, one just below the shank
or eye and the other on the hook up, which allows for a QUIC-CHECK measurement
to determine if the throat opening has changed, thus indicating abuse or overload.
To check, use a measuring device (i.e. tape measure) to measure the distance between
the marks. The marks should align. If the measurement does not meet this criteria, the hook
should be inspected further for possible damage.
Angle Indicators -- Indicates the maximum included angle which is allowed between
two (2) sling legs in the hook. These indicators also provide the opportunity to approximate
other included angles between two sling legs.

76.0
82.5
102

Hook
ID
Code(t)*
D
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
N
O
P
S
T

C
85.0
97.0
105
119
147
187
230
256
318
357
462
511
602

D
72.0
79.0
89.5
101
122
159
189
211
262
346
357
392
470

F
31.8
35.1
38.1
41.4
51.0
63.5
76.0
82.5
108
127
137
152
178

G
18.5
21.3
25.4
28.7
36.6
46.0
57.0
66.0
76.0
92.0
116
129
152

J
22.9
23.6
25.4
28.7
37.3
44.5
58.0
63.5
84.0
102
108
121
146

K
16.0
18.0
22.4
23.9
33.3
42.2
47.8
55.5
68.5
76.0
102
114
140

Dimensions
(mm)
M
N
16.0
9.14
18.0
10.7
22.4
14.0
23.9
14.7
33.3
18.3
42.2
22.9
41.4
28.2
49.3
32.3
60.5
39.6
76.2
44.5
81.0
51.0
82.6
55.4
99.3
64.3

O
22.6
23.1
25.4
27.7
34.5
40.9
53.0
57.5
76.5
82.5
76.0
86.0
105

O2
25.4
33.3
46.0
51.0
69.9
-

Q
19.1
23.1
28.7
31.8
39.6
51.0
62.0
72.0
89.0
89.0
114
125
145

T
22.1
24.9
26.2
29.5
38.9
49.8
62.5
66.5
72.0
87.5
98.5
121
145

T2
38.1
47.8
57.2
58.7
65.0
-

AA
38.1
50.8
51.0
50.8
63.5
76.2
102
102
127
165
178
203
254

* Carbon eye hooks .75tC-40tC: proofload is 2 times working load limit. Designed with a 5 to 1 safety factor.
Alloy eye hooks 1.25tA-31.5tA : proofload is 2.5 times working load limit. Designed with a 4 to 1 safety factor.
Alloy eye hooks 37tA - 60tA: proofload is 2 times working load limit. Designed with a 4 to 1 safety factor.
3/4tC - 22tA dimensions shown are for S-4320 Latch Kits. Dimensions for sizes 20 ton carbon and larger are for PL Latch Kits.
Dimensions are for PL-N latch kits.

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Crosby Swivel Hooks


SEE APPLICATION AND
WARNING INFORMATION
Para Espaol: www.thecrosbygroup.com

On Pages 116 - 117

S-322CN / S-322AN Forged - Quenched and Tempered.

S-32 AN

Proper design, careful forging, and precision controlled quench and


tempering gives maximum strength without excessive weight and
bulk.
Every Crosby Swivel hoist hook has a pre-drilled cam which can be
equipped with a latch. Simply purchase the latch assemblies listed
and shown on pages 97-99. Even years after purchase of the original
hook, latch assemblies can be added.
Low profile hook tip designed to utilize Crosby S-4320 or PL-N latch
kit. Simply purchase the latch assemblies listed and shown on pages
97-98. Even years after purchase of the priginal hook, latch assemblies
can be added.
Load rating codes stamped on each hook. 322 Swivel Hooks use the
same load rating code as 319 Shank Hooks, see page 88 for proper
Hook Identification Codes.
Hoist hooks incorporate markings forged into the product which
address two (2) QUIC-CHECK features:
Deformation Indicators -- Two strategically placed marks,
one just below the shank or eye and the other on the hook
tip, which allows for a QUIC-CHECK measurement to
determine if the throat opening has changed, thus indicating
abuse or overload.
Angle Indicators Indicates the maximum included angle
which is allowed between two (2) sling legs in the hook. These
indicators also provide the opportunity to approximate other
included angles between two sling legs.
s k o o H

l e v i w S

y b s o r C

This hook is a positioning device and is not intended to rotate under load. For swivel hooks designed to rotate under load, see pages 93, 95,
103, 106, 111-115. Use in corrosive environment requires shank and nut inspection in accordance with ASME B30.10-1.2.1(b)(2)(c) 2000.
U.S. Patents 5,381,650 & 5,193,480 & 5,103,755 and foreign equivalents.
Working
Load Limit
(t)*
Carbon Alloy
.75
1.25
1
1.60
1.6
2.50
2
3.20
3.2
5.4
5
8.0
7.5
11.5
10
16
15
22
31.5

SN32 cnHeader

S-322 CN
Stock No.
1048600
1048609
1048618
1048627
1048636
1048645
1048654
1048663
1048672
S32

S-322 AN
Stock No.
1048804
1048813
1048822
1048831
1048837
1048854
1048865
1048877
1048886
1025688

Weight Each
(kg)
.34
.57
1.02
1.04
2.25
4.67
8.80
10.5
21.3
32.0

A
51.0
63.5
76.0
76.0
89.0
116
127
143
180
180

B
20.8
33.3
38.1
38.1
41.7
58.0
64.5
63.0
95.5
95.5

C
31.8
38.1
44.5
44.5
50.8
63.5
70.0
79.0
104
104

D
72.5
80.0
91.0
102
123
160
192
212
263
346

F
31.8
35.1
38.1
41.1
51.0
63.5
76.0
82.5
108
127

G
18.5
21.3
25.4
28.7
36.6
46.0
57.0
66.0
76.0
93.0

Dimensions
(mm)
H
J
K
20.6 23.6 16.0
23.9 24.6 18.0
29.5 26.9 22.4
33.3 30.2 23.9
41.4 38.1 33.3
52.5 45.2 42.2
67.0 51.0 47.8
74.5 66.5 55.5
89.0 86.5 68.5
118 102 72.5

L
144
170
197
210
246
317
375
417
542
590

M
16.0
18.0
22.4
23.9
28.7
36.6
41.4
49.3
60.5
76.2

O
23.6
24.6
26.9
29.5
35.8
42.9
56.5
61.0
81.0
82.6

R
116
136
155
165
191
245
289
311
424
459

S
9.65
12.7
16.0
16.0
19.1
25.4
28.7
31.8
38.1
38.1

AA
38.1
50.8
50.8
50.8
63.5
76.2
101
101
127
165

Rep. Latch
Stock No.
1096325
1096374
1096421
1096468
1096515
1096562
1096609
1096657
1096704
1093716

* NOTE: Carbon swivel hooks .75tC-15tC: proof load is 2 times working load limit. Designed with a 5 to 1 safety factor.
Alloy swivel hooks 1.25tA-31.5tA : proof load is 2.5 times working load limit. Designed with a 4 to 1 safety factor.
Dimensions for hooks 3/4 ton carbon thru 22 ton alloy are for S-4320 latch kits. Dimensions for hooks 31.5 ton alloy are for PL latch kit.

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Crosby Swivel Hooks


SEE APPLICATION AND
WARNING INFORMATION
Para Espaol: www.thecrosbygroup.com

New anti-friction bearing design allows hook to


rotate freely under load.

S-3322
SWIVEL HOOKS
WITH BEARING

l e v i w S

Hooks &
Swivels

Capacities ranging from 2 through 15 metric tonnes.


Forged - Quenched and Tempered.
Proper design, careful forging, and precision controlled quench
and tempering gives maximum strength without excessive weight
and bulk.
Low profile hook tip designed to utilize Crosby S-4320 or PL-N
latch kit.Simply purchase the latch assemblies listed and shown on
pages 97-99. Even years after purchase of the original hook, latch
assemblies can be added.
S-3322 hooks incorporate markings forged into the product which
address two (2) QUIC-CHECK features:
Deformation Indicators -- Two strategically placed marks,
one just below the shank or eye and the other on the hook
tip, which allows for a QUIC-CHECK measurement to
determine if the throat opening has changed, thus indicating
abuse or overload.
Angle Indicators Indicates the maximum included angle
which is allowed between two (2) sling legs in the hook.
These indicators also provide the opportunity to approximate other included angles between two sling legs.

Suitable for frequent


rotation under load.

s k o o H

On Pages 116 - 117

y b s o r C

For other swivel hooks designed to rotate under load, see pages 95,103,106, 111-115. Use in corrosive environment requires shank and nut
inspection in accordance with ASME B30.10-1.2.1(b)(2)(c) 2000.
U.S. Patents 5,381,650 & 5,193,480 & 5,103,755 and foreign equivalents.
Working
Load Limit
(t)*
Carbon
2
3
5
7
11
15

Dimensions
(mm)

SN3 2 Header

S-3322
Stock No.
1028605
1028614
1028623
1028632
1028641
1028650

L-3322
Stock No.
1028609
1028618
1028627
1028636
1028645
1028654

Weight Each
(kg)
1.13
1.72
3.17
6.35
10.1
17.1

A
51.0
63.5
76.0
76.0
89.0
116

B
20.8
33.3
38.1
38.1
41.7
58.0

C
D
F
G
H
J
K
31.8 72.5 31.8 18.5 20.6 23.6 16.0
38.1 80.0 35.1 21.3 23.9 24.6 18.0
44.5 91.0 38.1 25.4 29.5 26.9 22.4
44.5 102 41.1 28.7 33.3 30.2 23.9
50.8 123 51.0 36.6 41.4 38.1 33.3
63.5 160 63.5 46.0 52.5 45.2 42.2

L
144
170
197
210
246
317

M
16.0
18.0
22.4
23.9
28.7
36.6

O
23.6
24.6
26.9
29.5
35.8
42.9

R
116
136
155
165
191
245

S
9.65
12.7
16.0
16.0
19.1
25.4

AA
38.1
50.8
50.8
50.8
63.5
76.2

Rep. Latch
Stock No.
1096421
1096468
1096515
1096562
1096609
1096657

* NOTE: Proofload is 2.5 times working load limit. Designed with a 4.5 to 1 design factor.
Supplied with latch attached.

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93

Crosby SHUR-LOC Hooks


SEE APPLICATION AND
WARNING INFORMATION
On Pages 234-235

Para Espaol: www.thecrosbygroup.com

All SHUR-LOC hooks have the following features:

S-1316

S-318A

Forged Alloy Steel - Quenched and Tempered.


Recessed trigger design is fluch with the hook body, protecting
the trigger from potential damage.
Easy to operate with enlarged thumb access.
Positive Lock Latch is Self-Locking when hook is loaded.
The SHUR-LOC hook, if properly installed and locked, can be
used for personnel lifting applications and meets the intent of
OSHA Rule 1926.550 (g) (4) (iv) (B).

Eye Style incorporates these added features:


Individually Proof Tested to 2-1/2 times the Working Load Limit
with certification.
S-1316 meets the performance requirements of EN1677-3:2001
Fatigue rated at 1-1/2 times the Working Load Limit at 20,000
cycles.
25% stronger than Grade 80.
Suitable for use with Grade 100 and Grade 80 chain.
Designed with "Engineered Flat" to connect to S-1325 chain coupler.
s k o o H

C O L - R U H S

y b s o r C

SHUR-LOC Hook Series


with Positive Locking Latch
S-1316 Eye Hook
Chain
Size
(in.)
1/4-5/16
3/8
1/2
5/8
3/4
7/8
1

(mm)
6
7-8
10
13
16
18-20
22
26

Working
Load
Limit
(t)*
1.4
2.6
4
6.8
10
16
19
27

S-1316

S-1316
Stock No.
1022896
1022914
1022923
1022932
1022941
1022942
1022943
1022944

Weight
Each
(kg)
.39
.82
1.47
2.70
5.78
7.7
12.2
22.2

Dimensions
(mm)
A
20.1
24.9
33.0
46.0
56.0
66.5
72.9
80.0

C
100
135
167
209
256
274
317
371

D
20.1
27.9
29.7
42.4
51.8
56.4
62.2
81.5

E
66.0
89.0
112
138
167
197
222
251

J
16.0
20.6
23.9
29.5
38.1
51.6
55.9
68.1

L
29.0
37.1
46.5
53.5
63.0
89.4
97.3
104

* Minimum Ultimate Load is 4 times the Working Load Limit.

S-318A SHUR-LOC Shank Hooks


Chain
Size
S-318A

(in.)
1/4-5/16
3/8
1/2
5/8

(mm)
6
7-8
10
13
16

S-318A
Stock No.
1098101
1098112
1098123
1098134
1098145

Frame
Code
D
G
H
I
J

Grade 80
Alloy Chain
Working
Load Limit
(t)*
1.12
2.0
3.15
5.3
8.0

Dimensions
(mm)

A
20.1
25.4
29.0
34.0
41.4

B
55.0
61.0
75.0
85.0
100

C
84.0
106
131
160
185

D
20.1
27.9
29.7
42.4
52.0

E
66.0
89.0
112
138
167

F
17.0
22.1
27.9
32.0
38.1

G
159
195
235
288
337

J
16.0
20.6
23.9
29.5
38.1

L
28.7
35.1
46.5
53.5
63.0

Weight
Each
(kg)
.45
.90
1.61
3.18
7.26

* Ultimate Load is 4 times the Working Load Limit.


Dimension before machining (as forged).

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Crosby SHUR-LOC Swivel Hooks


SEE APPLICATION AND
WARNING INFORMATION
Para Espaol: www.thecrosbygroup.com

Forged Alloy Steel - Quenched and Tempered.


Individually Proof Tested at 2-1/2 times the Working Load Limit
with certification.
Recessed trigger design is fluch with the hook body, protecting
the trigger from potential damage.
Easy to operate with enlarged thumb access.

s k o o H

l e v i w S

C O L - R U H S

S-3326

Positive Lock Latch is Self-Locking when hook is loaded.


Rated for both Wire Rope and Grade 8 Chain.
G-414 Heavy Thimble should be used with wire rope slings.
Trigger repair Kit available (S-4316). Consists of spring, roll pin
and trigger.
S-3326 Swivel Hook utilizes anti-friction bearing design which
allows hook to rotate freely under load.
Fatigue rated.
The SHUR-LOC hook, if properly installed and locked, can be
used for personnel lifting applications and meets the intent of
OSHA Rule 1926.550 (g) (4) (iv) (B).
"Look for the color Gold - Crosby Alloy Hooks".
U.S. Patent 5,381,650 and foreign equivalents.

Hooks &
Swivels

S-326A

On Pages 234-235

y b s o r C

Use in corrosive environment requires shank and nut inspection in accordance with ASME B30.10-1.2.1(b)(2)(c)2000.

S-326A SHUR-LOC Swivel Hooks


Suitable for infrequent, non-continuous rotation under load.
Wire Rope
XIP IWRC
Mechanical Splice
Grade 8
Alloy Chain
Working
Working
Load
Load Limit
Limit
(t)
Size
(t)
*
4:1
(in.)
(mm)
(mm)
5:1 *
6
1.12
8
.9
1/4-5/16 7-8
2.0
11
1.7
3/8
10
3.15
13
2.3
1/2
13
5.3
16
3.5
5/8
16
8.0
22
6.9
3/4
18-20
12.8
26
8.9
Chain
Size

Dimensions
(mm)
S-326A

S-326A Weight
Stock
Each
No.
(kg)
A
B
1004201
.57 38.1 33.5
1004210
1.18 44.5 40.4
1004223
2.13 51.0 43.9
1004234
3.92 63.5 60.5
1004235
7.71 70.0 64.5
1004244
10.9 71.9 64.0

C
156
193
224
284
330
442

D
E
F
H
J
L
20.1 66.0 17.0 12.7 16.0 28.7
27.9 89.0 22.1 16.0 20.6 35.1
29.7 112 27.9 19.1 23.9 46.5
42.4 138 32.0 25.4 29.5 53.5
51.8 167 38.1 28.7 38.1 63.0
56.4 197 51.1 27.9 51.6 89.4

* Ultimate Load is 4 times the Working Load Limit based on Grade 8 Chain.

S-3326 SHUR-LOC Swivel Hooks with Bearing


Suitable for frequent rotation under load.
Wire Rope
XIP IWRC
Chain
Mechanical
Grade 8
Size
Splice
Alloy Chain
Working
Working
Load Limit
Load Limit
Size
(t)
(t)
(in.)
(mm)
(mm)
5:1 *
4:1*
6
1.12
8
.9
1/4-5/16 7-8
2.0
11
1.7
3/8
10
3.15
13
2.3
1/2
13
5.3
16
3.5
5/8
16
8.0
22
6.9

Dimensions
(mm)
S-3 26

S-3326 Weight
Stock
Each
A
B
C
D
E
F
H
J
L
No.
(kg)
1028806 .57
38.1 33.5 156 20.1 66.0 17.0 12.7 16.0 28.7
1028815 1.18 44.5 40.4 193 27.9 89.0 22.1 16.0 20.6 35.1
1028824 2.13 51.0 43.9 224 29.7 112 27.9 19.1 23.9 46.5
1028833 3.92 63.5 60.5 284 42.4 138 32.0 25.4 29.5 53.5
1028842 7.71 70.0 64.5 330 52.0 167 38.1 28.7 38.1 63.0

* Ultimate Load is 4 times the Working Load Limit based on Grade 8 Chain.

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95

Crosby Forged Hooks


SEE APPLICATION AND
WARNING INFORMATION
Para Espaol: www.thecrosbygroup.com

On Pages 124 - 125

Wide range of sizes available: 1-10 Metric Ton capacity.


Forged Alloy Steel.
Designed for attachment to mobile lifting equipment to provide a pick point for easy sling
attachment.
Large weld pad.
Heavy duty latch interlocks with the hook tip. Replacement latches available.
Detailed installation and application instructions included with each hook.

BH-313

s k o o H

d e g r o F

y b s o r C

BH-313 Weld-On Hooks


Working
Load Limit
(t)*
1
2
3
4
5
8
10

BH-31

BH-313
Stock No.
1029105
1029114
1029123
1029132
1029141
1029150
1029169

Weight
Each
(kg)
.52
.84
1.18
1.90
2.55
3.30
5.00

B
23.1
23.1
29.0
34.0
34.0
35.1
49.0

E
97.0
82.0
117
131
161
166
205

F
71.0
91.0
105
114
133
135
168

Dimensions
(mm)
G
H
36.1
26.9
36.1
24.9
36.1
31.0
46.0
36.1
47.0
45.0
47.0
52.0
47.0
57.0

J
25.9
34.0
36.1
42.9
43.9
52.0
54.0

K
107
115
131
147
173
178
222

S
18.0
21.1
23.9
29.0
29.0
39.1
39.1

Replacement
Latch
Stock No.
1092101
1092101
1092101
1092102
1092102
1092102
1092103

* Ultimate Load is 5 times the Working Load Limit.

SEE APPLICATION AND


WARNING INFORMATION
Para Espaol: www.thecrosbygroup.com

S-3319

On Pages 116 - 117

Designed for utility applications using synthetic rope.


Capacities of 1.63, 2.50 and 4.50 metric tons
Synthetic Rope sizes: 14mm - 27mm
Design of hook provides needed overhaul weight.
Hook is forged Alloy Steel - Quenched and Tempered.
Utilizes spool & shield designed to:
Protect rope
Keep rope positioned correctly on spool.
Provide wider rope bearing surface resulting in
an increased area for load distribution and
reduces rope abrasion.

Can be proof tested to 2 times the Working Load Limit.


Low profile hook tip designed to utilize Crosby integrated
latch (S-4320), that meets the World class standard for
lifting.
s k o o H

d e g r o F

y b s o r C

Suitable for infrequent, non continuous rotation under load.


Use in corrosive environment requires shank and nut inspection in accordance with ASME B30.10-1.2.1(b)(2)(c)2000.

S-3319 Utility Swivel Hook


Working
Load
Limit
(t)*
1.63
2.50
4.50

S-3 19

S-3319
Stock No.
1002054
1002063
1002072

Weight
Each
(kg)
1.90
3.62
6.80

Hook
ID
Code
H
I
J

Synthetic
Rope
Size
(mm)
14 - 16
19 - 21
22 - 27

Dimensions
(mm)
D
101
123
160

L
222
268
324

M
23.9
30.2
36.6

O
29.5
35.8
45.2

P
70.6
88.1
117

R
151
179
221

T
29.5
38.9
49.3

Replacement
Latch Kit
Stock No.
1096468
1096515
1096562

* Ultimate Load is 5 times the Working Load Limit.

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Crosby Hook Latch Kits


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WARNING INFORMATION
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S-4320
LATCH KITS

s t i K

h c t a L

k o o H

On Page 120

Heavy duty stamped latch interlocks with the hook tip.


High cycle, long life spring.
Can be made into a "Positive Locking" Hook when proper cotter pin is utilized.
Latch kits shipped unassembled and individually packaged with instructions.

y b s o r C

IMPORTANT: The new S-4320 Latch Kit will not fit the old style 319, 320 and 322 hooks.

Carbon
.75
1
1.6
2
3.2
5
7.5
10
15

Hook Size
(t)
Alloy
1.25
1.6
2
3.2
5.4
8
11.5
16
22

Bronze
.5
.6
1
1.4
2
3.5
5
6.5
10

Hook
ID
Code
D
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
N

SNs4320Header

S-4320
Stock No.
1096325
1096374
1096421
1096468
1096515
1096562
1096609
1096657
1096704

SS-4320
Stock No.*
1097100
1097109
1097118
1097127
1097136
1097145
1097154
1097163
1097172

Weight
Each
(kg)
.01
.02
.02
.03
.05
.07
.13
.15
.38

B
12.7
13.7
16.0
16.8
21.1
26.4
31.8
34.3
42.2

Dimensions
(mm)
D
3.80
4.30
4.30
4.30
5.10
5.10
6.85
6.85
9.90

Hooks &
Swivels

S-4320 Replacement Latch Kit


for New 319N, and 320N, 322N and 339N Hooks.
E
36.6
39.6
42.2
48.5
58.5
73.2
90.5
97.0
132

* SS-4320 is Stainless Steel construction with cad plated steel nuts.

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97

Crosby Hook Latch Kits


SEE APPLICATION AND
WARNING INFORMATION
On Pages 122 - 123

Para Espaol: www.thecrosbygroup.com

LATCH ORDERING INSTRUCTIONS

PL
LATCH KITS

s t i K

h c t a L

PL-N/O
LATCH KITS

1. Specify PL, PL-N or PL-O latch kit stock number from


charts below.
2. Specify capacity of hook to which latch will be assembled.
3. Specify hook material (carbon or alloy).
k o o H

y b s o r C

PL LATCH
(Patented in U.S.A. & Canada)

NOTE: The PL latch will not work on 319N, 320N or 322N hooks.
The PL-N/O Latches, in the sizes available, will work on both the old style and new style hooks.

PL Latch Kits

Hot dip galvanized.


Heavy duty latch with easy operating features.
Flapper lever indicates locked or unlocked position.
Assembly instructions included with each latch.
For additional dimensional data on eye, shank or swivel hooks refer to pages 88 through 93 in this section.
Meets the intent of OSHA Rule 1926.550 (g) (when secured with the bolt, nut and pin) for lifting personnel.
Hook Size
(t)
Carbon
3.2
5
7.5
10
15
20
25
30
40
50
-

Dimensions
(mm)

PLlatch

PL
Latch Kit
Stock No.
1093711
1093712
1093713
1093714
1093715
1093716
1093717
1093718
1093719
1093720
1093721
1093723
1093724

Alloy
5.4
8
11.5
16
22
31.5
37
45
60
75
100-150
200
300

Weight
Each
(kg)
.24
.30
.45
.57
1.34
1.84
3.91
4.54
6.49
12.2
15.1
20.4
24.9

A
65.5
76.0
92.0
102
135
152
178
171
203
251
276
302
318

B
59.5
59.5
70.5
82.0
102
113
168
178
195
208
281
284
310

C
49.3
51.0
60.5
68.5
74.0
81.0
103
102
111
130
162
162
203

D
14.2
16.0
16.0
16.0
21.3
26.9
57.0
57.0
88.0
86.0
86.0
86.0
86.0

E
28.7
35.1
41.4
47.8
60.5
73.0
114
121
140
165
191
222
248

F
51.0
56.5
60.5
86.0
87.5
108
155
162
184
226
254
286
330

PL-N/O Latch Kits

Heavy duty latch with easy operating features.


PL-N designed for Crosby 319N & 320N style hooks, PL-O designed for Crosby 319 & 320 old style hooks.
Flapper lever indicates locked or unlocked position.
Assembly instructions included with each latch.
For additional dimensional data on eye, shank or swivel hooks refer to pages 88 through 93 in this section.
Meets the intent of OSHA Rule 1926.550 (g) (when secured with the supplied toggle pin) for lifting
personnel.
Hook Size
(t)
Carbon
Alloy
3.2
5.4
5
8
7.5
11.5
10
16
15
22

98

Hook
ID
Code
I
J
K
L
N

PLNOlatch

PL-N
PL-O
Stock No. Stock No.
1092000
1091900
1092001
1091901
1092002
1091902
1092003
1091903
1092004
1091904

Weight
Each
(kg)
.36
.58
.90
1.27
2.22

A
60.9
74.7
92.2
102
132

B
51.0
63.5
76.7
86.1
110

Dimensions
(mm)
C
D
21.1
54.1
25.4
64.0
30.2
69.9
34.0
81.0
40.9
98.0

E
68.8
81.0
87.4
102
122

F
87.4
97.3
111
114
130

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All Rights Reserved

Crosby Hook Latch Kits


SEE APPLICATION AND
WARNING INFORMATION
Para Espaol: www.thecrosbygroup.com

On Page 121

LATCH ORDERING INSTRUCTIONS

SS-4055

Specify latch kit stock number.


Specify capacity of hook to which latch will be assembled.
Specify hook material (carbon or alloy).
s t i K

h c t a L

k o o H

y b s o r C

NOTE: These latches will not work on new "N" style Hooks.

Hooks &
Swivels

SS-4055 Latch Kits


Stainless steel construction with cadmium plated steel nuts.
Shipped packaged and unassembled.
Instructions included for easy field assembly.
Carbon
.75
1
1.6 - 2.0
3.2
5
7.5 - 10
15
20
25 - 30
40
s t i K

h c t a L

k o o H

Hook Size
(t)
Alloy
1.25
1.6
2.5 - 3.2
5.4
8
11.5 - 16
22
30
37 - 45
60

Bronze
.5
.6
1.0 - 1.4
2.0
3.5
5.0 - 6.5
10.0
----

Hook
ID
Code
D
F
G/H
I
J
K/L
N
O
P/S
T

s 405

SS-4055
Stock No.
1090027
1090045
1090063
1090081
1090107
1090125
1090143
1090161
1090189
1090205

Weight
Each
(kg)
.01
.01
.01
.03
.05
.08
.18
.29
.51
.80

A
9.65
9.65
11.9
14.2
14.7
15.0
21.1
23.9
55.5
84.0

Dimensions
(mm)
B
C
4.05
36.6
4.05
40.6
4.85
46.7
4.30
61.0
5.10
75.5
6.86
93.0
9.90
125
13.2
149
9.90
165
13.2
200

D
15.0
15.0
20.8
25.4
30.7
38.1
48.3
65.0
97.5
105

y b s o r C

S-4088

S-4088 Alloy Hook Latch Kits


To be used on A-327 and A-339 Grade 8 Sling Hooks.
Latch Kits shipped unassembled and individually packaged with instructions.
Hook
Chain Size
(mm)
6-7
8-10
13
16
19
22

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s408

S-4088
Stock No.
1090250
1090251
1090252
1090253
1090254
1090255

Weight
Each
(kg)
.03
.06
.07
.07
.07
.07

A
19.8
26.2
26.2
26.2
38.9
38.9

Dimensions
(mm)
B
C
4.05
51.5
4.85
68.5
4.85
76.0
4.85
82.5
6.60
105
6.60
118

D
23.9
31.8
31.8
31.8
47.8
51.0

99

Golden Gate Hooks


HOOK CONNECTORS
The 6 connector styles shown below make it possible for Crosby to furnish a Golden Gate Hook to fit almost any make or model
of hoisting equipment including American Engineering Lo-Hed, ARO, Coffing, Electro Lift, Ingersoll-Rand, P & H, Robbins and
Myers, Shepard Niles, CM, Shaw-Box, Wright, Yale & Towne.
SHANK -TYPE HOOK
(Standard Length)
For use on existing load
blocks, with standard
shank length.
Hook sizes:
2 through 14.

SHANK -TYPE HOOK


(Long Length)
For use on existing load blocks
requiring extra shank
length.
Hook sizes:
4 through 17.

Style C with self-closing gate.


Style A with manual-closing gate.

Style D with self-closing gate.


Style B with manual-closing gate.

Style K with self-closing gate.


Style I with manual-closing gate.

UNIVERSAL TYPE

LINK CHAIN NEST

ROLLER CHAIN NEST

Open swivel bail for attachment


to link chain.
Suitable for infrequent,
non continuous rotation
under load.
Hook sizes:
3, 4 and 5.

With ball-bearing swivel; attaches to


chain by an alloy pin.
Suitable for frequent
rotation under load.
Hook sizes:
4, 5 and 7.

Attachment with ball-bearing swivel


and full-floating connector.
Suitable for
frequent rotation
under load.
Hook sizes:
4, 5 and 6.

Style E with self-closing gate.


Style G with manual-closing gate.

Style O with self-closing gate.


Style P with manual-closing gate.

Style S with self-closing gate.


Style R with manual-closing gate.

CLOSED SWIVEL BAIL


For use where hoisting line
or shackle can be inserted
into the bail.
Suitable for
infrequent,
non continuous
rotation under
load.
Hook sizes:
1 through 14.

Letter designations shown beneath each illustration above indicate BOTH connector style and gate type. Each connector is available with either a self-closing or manual-closing gate. (e.g.: A size 4 hook with a closed swivel bail connector and self-closing gate
is 4-C; with manual-closing gate, it is 4-A.)

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Golden Gate Hooks

Bullard

GATE TYPES
Brass alloy Golden Gates are engineered for quality,
easy handling and dependability. The heavy duty,
corrosion resistant locking mechanism will stay
locked until an operator releases it; yet, can easily

LIF-LOK

PIN-LOK

be shut with one hand. Cost effective, these gates


reduce down time, providing the alternative to
conventional latches.

ROLLOX

TIP-LOK

LIF-LOK GATE - Size 1

ROLLOX GATE - Sizes 5 through 9

To lock:

To lock:

close the gate; the built-in spring locks the gate


against the hook tip.
To unlock: lift the gate upward on the hook shank and swing
open.

PIN-LOK - Sizes 2 through 4


To lock:

close the gate; a stainless steel pin is carried in a


horizontal bore and engages a milled slot in the
hook shank.
To unlock: simply depress the stainless steel pin which causes
the pin to disengage from the milled slot.

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All Rights Reserved

close the gate; a stainless steel pin is mounted in a


horizontal bore which passes through the gate and
engages a notch milled in the hook shank.
To unlock: move the lever downward a quarter-turn or until
it stops, the gate can now swing open 160 (approx.)

TIP-LOK GATE - Sizes 10 through 17


To lock:

press the arm down until the lock trips; two arms
of the gate now enclose the tip of the hook.
To unlock: manually depressing the locking trigger automatically raises the movable arm, allowing the gate to
be rotated open.
101

Crosby / Bullard Golden Gate Hooks


SEE APPLICATION AND
WARNING INFORMATION
Para Espaol: www.thecrosbygroup.com

On Pages 118 - 119

CLOSED SWIVEL For use where hoisting line or shackle can be inserted into the bail.
BL-C - with self-closing gate.
BAIL

ClosdSwvielBail

BL-A - with manual-closing gate.

Suitable for infrequent, non-continuous rotation under load.


Use in corrosive environment requires shank and nut inspection in
accordance with ASME B30.10-1.2.1(b)(2)(c)2000.
s k o o H

e t a G

n e d l o G

d r a l l u B

y b s o r C

BL-C

Hook
Size
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
11
12
14

BL-C
Stock
No.
1050210
1050221
1050232
1050243
1050254
1050265
1050276
1050287
1050298
1050309
1050320
1050342

BL-A
Stock
No.
1050001
1050012
1050023
1050034
1050045
1050056
1050067
1050078
1050089
1050100
1050111
1050133

Gate
Type
LIF-LOK
PIN-LOK
PIN-LOK
PIN-LOK
ROLLOX
ROLLOX
ROLLOX
ROLLOX
ROLLOX
TIP-LOK
TIP-LOK
TIP-LOK

Working
Weight
Load
Each
Limit
*
(kg)
(t)
.45
.36
.90
.59
1.3
.86
1.5
1.00
2.1
1.72
3.6
2.09
3.8
3.13
5.0
4.35
6.5
6.12
8.3
9.30
11.1
12.3
16.7
25.0

Dimensions
(mm)
A
82.0
105
114
124
143
158
168
182
199
244
267
320

B
58.7
76.2
84.0
92.2
105
119
132
147
164
203
225
273

C
16.0
23.6
23.9
25.4
31.2
31.8
28.4
26.9
26.9
31.8
31.8
35.8

D
6.60
4.06
5.58
5.58
6.35
6.35
6.35
7.11
7.87
7.87
9.65
9.65

E
17.5
24.6
26.9
28.7
31.8
35.3
38.1
44.5
47.8
57.0
63.5
86.0

F
22.4
31.8
35.1
38.1
41.7
41.7
51.0
57.0
63.5
76.0
82.5
108

G
57.0
73.0
84.0
92.0
104
116
125
148
165
192
221
279

H
17.5
20.6
23.9
29.5
33.3
39.9
41.4
51.0
52.5
67.0
74.5
89.0

I
16.0
19.1
21.3
25.4
28.4
34.0
36.6
41.9
46.0
57.0
65.5
75.5

J
11.2
11.2
16.0
19.1
21.3
24.6
28.7
31.2
35.1
41.1
49.3
60.5

BA
44.5
47.2
62.0
67.5
74.0
78.5
88.5
103
118
124
130
203

BB
16.0
24.1
33.3
34.3
40.6
35.8
42.4
51.0
56.0
66.5
57.0
108

BC
7.85
9.65
12.7
12.7
16.0
16.0
19.1
22.4
26.2
28.7
31.8
41.4

BD
25.4
31.8
38.1
38.1
44.5
44.5
51.0
57.0
63.5
70.0
79.5
104

* Ultimate Load is 4 times the Working Load Limit.

Open Swivel Bail for attachment to link chain.


BL-E - with Self-Closing Gate
BL-G - with Manual-Closing Gate

OPEN
SWIVEL BAIL

OpenSwivel

Suitable for infrequent, non-continuous rotation under


load.
Use in corrosive environment requires shank and nut
inspection in accordance with ASME B30.101.2.1(b)(2)(c)2000.
s k o o H

e t a G

n e d l o G

d r a l l u B

y b s o r C

BL-E

Hook
Size
3
4
5

BL-E
BL-G
Gate
Stock
Stock
Type
No.
No.
1051607 1051706 PIN-LOK
1051618 1051717 PIN-LOK
1051629 1051728 ROLLOX

Working
Weight
Load
Each
Limit
(kg)
(t)*
1.3
.81
1.5
.95
2.1
1.45

Dimensions
(mm)
A
114
124
143

B
84.5
92.2
105

C
23.9
25.4
31.2

D
5.58
5.58
6.35

E
26.9
28.7
31.8

F
35.1
38.1
41.7

G
81.0
92.0
104

H
23.9
29.5
33.3

I
21.3
25.4
28.4

J
16.0
19.1
21.3

UA
53.0
54.5
65.0

UB
59.0
59.0
67.0

UC
13.2
13.2
15.7

UD
9.65
9.65
11.2

* Ultimate Load is 4 times the Working Load Limit.

102

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All Rights Reserved

Crosby / Bullard Golden Gate Hooks


SEE APPLICATION AND
WARNING INFORMATION
On Pages 118 - 119

Para Espaol: www.thecrosbygroup.com

With ball bearing swivel; attaches to chain by an alloy pin.


BL-O - with Self-Closing Gate
BL-P - with Manual Closing Gate

LINK CHAIN
NEST

LinkChn Nest

Suitable for frequent rotation under load.


Use in corrosive environment requires shank and nut inspection in
accordance with ASME B30.10-1.2.1(b)(2)(c)2000.

e t a G

n e d l o G

d r a l l u B

y b s o r C

Hooks &
Swivels

s k o o H

BL-O

Hook
Size
4:1/4-9/32
5:5/16-3/8
7:3/8-7/16
7:1/2-9/16

BL-O
Stock
No.
1051409
1051442
1051464
1051486

BL-P
Stock
No.
1051508
1051541
1051563
1051585

Gate
Type
PIN-LOK
ROLLOX
ROLLOX
ROLLOX

Working
Weight
Load
Each
Limit
*
(kg)
(t)
1.5
1.13
2.1
2.04
3.8
5.0
3.8
5.0

Dimensions
(mm)
A
124
143
168
168

B
92.2
105
132
132

C
25.4
31.2
28.4
28.4

D
5.58
6.35
6.35
6.35

E
28.7
31.8
38.1
38.1

F
38.1
41.7
51.0
51.0

G
92.0
104
125
125

H
29.5
33.3
41.4
41.4

I
25.4
28.4
36.6
36.6

J
19.1
21.3
28.7
28.7

LA
67.0
76.0
111
111

LB
44.5
57.0
76.0
76.0

LC
6.35-7.15
7.95-9.50
9.50-14.3
9.50-14.3

* Ultimate Load is 4 times the Working Load Limit.

Attachment with ball-bearing swivel and full-floating


connector.
BL-S - with Self-Closing Gate
BL-R - with Manual Closing Gate

ROLLER CHAIN
NEST

RlrChnNest

Suitable for frequent rotation under load.


Use in corrosive environment requires shank and nut
inspection in accordance with ASME B30.101.2.1(b)(2)(c)2000.
s k o o H

e t a G

n e d l o G

d r a l l u B

y b s o r C

BL-S

Hook
Size
4 :#50
5 :#60
6 : #60

BL-S
Stock
No.
1051310
1051321
1051332

BL-R
Stock
No.
1051200
1051211
1051222

Gate
Type
PIN-LOK
ROLLOX
ROLLOX

Working
Weight
Load
Each
Limit
(kg)
(t)*
.68
1.32
1.13
2.36
1.13
2.81

Dimensions
(mm)
A
124
143
158

B
92.2
105
119

C
25.4
31.2
31.8

D
5.58
6.35
6.35

E
28.7
31.8
35.3

F
38.1
41.7
41.7

G
92.0
104
116

H
29.5
33.3
39.9

I
25.4
28.4
34.0

J
19.1
21.3
24.6

RA
89.5
108
108

RB
44.5
54.0
54.0

RC
15.9
19.1
19.1

* Ultimate Load is 4 times the Working Load Limit.

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All Rights Reserved

103

Crosby / Bullard Golden Gate Hooks


SEE APPLICATION AND
WARNING INFORMATION
Para Espaol: www.thecrosbygroup.com

For use on existing load blocks, with standard shank length.


No.'s 2 through 12 style hooks are threaded approximately 80% of
shank length.
BL-D - with Self-Closing Gate
BL-B - with Manual Closing Gate

STANDARD
LENGTH
SHANK HOOKS
s k o o H

e t a G

n e d l o G

d r a l l u B

Hook
Size
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
11
12
13
14

BL-B
Stock
No.
1050408
1050419
1050430
1050441
1050452
1050463
1050474
1050485
1050496
1050507
1050518
1050529

Std.Shank

y b s o r C

BL-D

BL-D
Stock
No.
1050606
1050617
1050628
1050639
1050650
1050661
1050672
1050683
1050694
1050705
1050716
1050727

On Pages 118 - 119

Gate
Type
PIN-LOK
PIN-LOK
PIN-LOK
ROLLOX
ROLLOX
ROLLOX
ROLLOX
ROLLOX
TIP-LOK
TIP-LOK
TIP-LOK
TIP-LOK

Working
Weight
Load
Each
Limit
*
(kg)
(t)
.91
.50
1.3
.59
1.5
.77
2.1
1.13
3.6
1.59
3.8
2.36
5.0
3.22
6.5
4.31
8.3
7.08
11.2
9.53
13.6
13.6
16.8
18.1

Dimensions
(mm)
A
105
114
124
143
158
168
182
199
244
267
285
320

B
76.2
84.1
92.2
105
119
132
147
164
203
225
242
273

C
23.6
23.9
25.4
31.2
31.8
28.4
26.9
26.9
31.8
31.8
31.8
35.8

D
4.06
5.58
5.58
6.35
6.35
6.35
7.11
7.87
7.87
9.65
9.65
9.65

E
24.6
26.9
28.7
31.8
35.3
38.1
44.5
47.8
57.0
63.5
76.0
86.0

F
31.8
35.1
38.1
41.7
41.7
51.0
57.0
63.5
76.0
82.5
95.0
108

G
73.0
81.0
92.0
104
116
125
148
165
192
221
245
279

H
20.6
23.9
29.5
33.3
39.9
41.4
51.0
52.5
67.0
74.5
83.5
89.0

I
19.1
21.3
25.4
28.4
34.0
36.6
41.9
46.0
57.0
65.5
70.0
75.5

J
14.2
16.0
19.1
21.3
24.6
28.7
31.2
35.1
41.1
49.3
49.3
60.5

SD
12.7
14.2
16
19.1
22.4
25.4
28.7
31.8
38.1
41.4
44.5
51

SL
23.1
31.8
33.3
33.3
43
46
52.5
62
68.5
73
89
92.5

ST
15
19.1
30.2
25.4
29.5
35.1
38.1
46
47.8
54
56
60.5

* Ultimate Load is 4 times the Working Load Limit.


Requires a drawing indicating the hook's exact shank diameter, shank length, thread length and throat opening requirements. If a drawing
is not available, complete a Crosby/Bullard HOOK DATA FORM.
Hook No.'s 2 through 12 style hooks are threaded approximately 80% of the shank length.

Makes Conductor Tensioning faster and easier.


Suitable for frequent rotation under load.
Use in corrosive environment requires shank and nut inspection in accordance with
ASME B30.10-1.2.1(b)(2)(c)2000.

BL-PKU
DOUBLE ENDED
HOOK
s k o o H

e t a G

n e d l o G

d r a l l u B

y b s o r C

Double Ended Hook


Available only with Manual Closing gate.
Hook
Size
and
Type
4PKU
5PKU
6PKU

BL-PKU

BL-PKU
Stock
No.
1051805
1051816
1051827

Gate
Type
PIN-LOK
ROLLOX
ROLLOX

Working
Load
Limit
(t)*
1.5
2.1
3.6

Weight
Each
(kg)
2.27
3.63
5.00

Dimensions
(mm)
A
124
143
158

B
92.2
105
119

C
25.4
31.2
31.8

D
5.58
6.35
6.35

E
28.7
31.8
35.3

F
38.1
41.7
41.7

G
92.0
104
116

H
29.5
33.3
39.9

I
25.4
28.4
34.0

J
19.1
21.3
24.6

* Ultimate Load is 4 times the Working Load Limit.

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Crosby / Bullard Golden Gate Hooks


SEE APPLICATION AND
WARNING INFORMATION
Para Espaol: www.thecrosbygroup.com

For use on existing load blocks requiring extra shank length.


No.'s 4 through 9 style hooks are threaded approximately 80%
of shank length.
BL-K - with Self-Closing Gate
BL-I - with Manual Closing Gate

LONG LENGTH
SHANK HOOKS

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Long Shank

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Swivels

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On Pages 118 - 119

BL-K

Hook
Size
4 :1/2
4 :9/16
4 :5/8
5
6
7
8
9
12
13
14
16
17

BL-K
Stock No.
1051002
1051013
1051024
1051035
1051046
1051057
1051068
1051079
1051101
1051112
1051123
1051134
1051156

BL-I
Stock No.
1050804
1050815
1050826
1050837
1050848
1050859
1050870
1050881
1050903
1050914
1050925
1050936
1050958

Gate
Type
PIN-LOK
PIN-LOK
PIN-LOK
ROLLOX
ROLLOX
ROLLOX
ROLLOX
ROLLOX
TIP-LOK
TIP-LOK
TIP-LOK
TIP-LOK
TIP-LOK

Working
Weight
Load
Each
Limit
(kg)
(t)*
1.45
.86
1.5
.86
1.5
.86
2.1
1.36
3.6
1.72
3.8
2.68
5.0
3.54
6.5
4.90
11.2
12.7
13.6
15.9
16.8
20.4
30.0
46.7
60.0
168

Dimensions
(mm)
A
124
124
124
143
158
168
182
199
267
285
320
388
615

B
92.2
92.2
92.2
105
119
132
147
164
225
242
273
332
522

C
25.4
25.4
25.4
31.2
31.8
28.4
26.9
26.9
31.8
31.8
35.8
38.1
66.8

D
5.58
5.58
5.58
6.35
6.35
6.35
7.11
7.87
9.65
9.65
9.65
16.0
23.9

E
28.7
28.7
28.7
31.8
35.3
38.1
44.5
47.8
63.5
76.0
86.0
102
146

F
38.1
38.1
38.1
41.7
41.7
51.0
57.0
63.5
82.5
95.5
108
127
178

G
92.0
92.0
92.0
104
116
125
148
165
221
245
279
346
470

H
29.5
29.5
29.5
33.3
39.9
41.4
51.0
52.5
74.5
83.5
89.0
118
165

I
25.4
25.4
25.4
28.4
34.0
36.6
41.9
46.0
65.5
70.0
75.5
92.0
152

J
19.1
19.1
19.1
21.3
24.6
28.7
31.2
35.1
49.3
49.3
60.5
76.0
113

SD
12.7
14.2
16.0
19.1
22.4
25.4
28.4
31.8
41.4
44.5
51.0
70.0
102

LN
11.2
12.2
14.0
16.0
19.1
22.4
23.9
26.9
39.6
38.1
50.8
70.0
100

LS
81.0
81.0
84.0
90.5
103
116
129
141
137
187
137
406
578

LT
81.0
81.0
81.0
82.5
90.0
105
114
125
118
146
102
178
356

* Ultimate Load is 4 times the Working Load Limit.


Requires a drawing indicating the hook's exact shank diameter, shank length, thread length and throat opening requirements If a drawing is
not available, complete a Crosby/Bullard HOOK DATA FORM.
Hook No.'s 4 through 9 are threaded approximately 80% of the shank length.
Hook will have the shank extended by use of a Coupling Nut.

Crosby / Bullard
Golden Gate Hooks Service Parts
Hook
Size
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

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Gate
Type
PIN-LOK
PIN-LOK
PIN-LOK
ROLLOX
ROLLOX
ROLLOX
ROLLOX
ROLLOX
TIP-LOK
TIP-LOK
TIP-LOK
TIP-LOK
TIP-LOK
TIP-LOK
TIP-LOK
TIP-LOK

BL-GA
Gate Assemblies
Manual Close
Self Close
Stock No.
Stock No.
1100298
1100309
1100320
1100331
1100342
1100353
1100364
1100375
1100386
1100397
1100408
1100419
1100430
1100441
1100452
1100463
1100474
1100485
1100496
1100507
1100518
1100529
1100540
1100551
1100562
1100573
1100584
1100595
1100606
1100617
1100639
1100628

BL-RK
Gate
Repair Kit
Stock No.
1100100
1100100
1100100
1100111
1100111
1100122
1100122
1100122
1100133
1100144
1100155
1100166
1100177
1100188
1100199
1100210

105

Crosby Firefighter Anchor Hook


S-360 Firefighter Anchor Hook

S-360

This hook is intended to be used as an anchor in an


engineered system for firefighter escape applications.
The hook is intended to be a component of a system specifically designed by a qualified
person for firefighter escape.
The user is to be trained in the proper usage of the system.
After any use, the hook must be inspected. Any evidence of paint discoloration due to heat
damage, hook deformation, or alteration is cause for removal from service and replacement.
Forged Alloy Steel - Quenched and Tempered.
This hook was designed in conjunction with members of FDNY as a component in their fire
escape system.
Each product has a Product Identification Code (PIC) for material traceability, along with the
name Crosby, USA, "L", "MBS4946" and "UL Classsified" forged into it.
Design Factor of 4.4 to 1 (per NFPA 1983).
The bowl (saddle) of the hook is designed to easily fit around pipes or framework, and the
machined tip is rated for full Working Load Limit.
Meets the requirements of NFPA 1983 - Standard on Fire Service Life Safety Rope and System
Components, for Light-use Auxilliary Equipment.

Patent Pending

Application at time of printing

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NOTICE: Not for Overhead Lifting.

S-360 Firefighter Anchor Hook


Dimensions
(mm)

S360

Working
Load Limit
(t)*
.5

S-360
Stock
No.
1024911

Weight
Each
(kg)
.36

C
11.2

D
88.1

E
12.7

G
19.8

J
54.4

L
171

M
16.8

P
58.7

R
140

10.4

* Ultimate Load is 4.4 times the Working Load Limit.

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Crosby Choker Hooks


New style incorporates throat opening equal to or larger than old style
hooks.
Each product has a Product Identification Code (PIC) for material
traceability, along with a Working Load Limit, and the name Crosby
or "CG" forged into it.
All hooks incorporate Crosby's patented QUIC-CHECK marks to
help in determining if throat opening dimension has changed.
Each hook can be equipped with a Crosby S-4320 heavy duty stamped
latch with the high cycle, long life spring.
Forged Alloy Steel -- Quenched and Tempered.
Design Factor of 5 to 1

A-350N

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A350L

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Single
Part
Rope
Size
(in. - mm)
3/8 - 10
1/2 - 13
5/8 - 16
5/8 - 16
3/4 - 20
3/4 - 20
22-25

Eight
Part
Rope
Size
(mm)
3
4
4
6
6-7

A-350

A-350N
Stock No.
1011707
1011716
1011725
1011734
1011743
1011752
1028177

Working
Load
Limit
(t)*
1.13
1.50
2.27
2.27
3.63
3.63
6.75

Dimensions
(mm)
Weight
Each
(kg)
.35
.54
1.31
1.22
2.35
2.27
4.40

A
52.5
57.0
77.5
77.5
86.0
86.0
112

B
28.7
33.3
41.4
41.4
54.0
54.0
53.8

C
16.0
19.1
19.1
25.4
25.4
36.6
31.8

D
61.0
75.5
90.5
90.5
108
108
154

E
16.0
19.8
23.9
23.9
29.5
29.5
35.8

F
9.65
12.7
14.2
14.2
16.0
16.0
22.4

G
21.3
24.6
28.7
28.7
36.6
36.6
51.0

H
23.1
26.9
33.3
33.3
41.4
41.4
59.2

L
109
126
162
162
195
195
243

P
66.0
78.5
98.5
102
116
121
145

R
16.0
19.1
25.4
28.7
28.7
28.7
38.1

Hook
Frame
Code
D
D
G
G
H
H
I

Replacement
Latch Kit
Stock No.
1096325
1096325
1096421
1096421
1096468
1096468
1096515

* Ultimate Load is 5 times the Working Load Limit.


Determine EYE diameter "C", before ordering.
7/8-1" is Cast Steel & furnished with latch attached.

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Hooks &
Swivels

A-350N Sliding Choker Hook

Crosby Forged Hooks


Forged Carbon Steel -- Quenched and Tempered.
Pressed steel latches and stainless steel springs, bolts and nuts.
For replacement latch kit, order Stock No. 9900299.

G-3315

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G-3315
Snap Hooks
Hook
Size
(in.)
7/16
9/16

G-3 15

G-3315
Stock No.
1023056
1023074

Working
Load
Limit
(t)*
.34
.45

Weight
Each
(kg)
.11
.22

Dimensions
(mm)
A
6.35
8.65

B
19.1
28.4

C
19.1
20.6

D
11.2
14.2

E
57.0
68.5

F
19.1
22.4

L
100
120

R
82.5
97.5

* Ultimate Load is 4 times the Working Load Limit.

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1210

1210 Round Reverse Eye Hook


Forged Carbon Steel -- Galvanized.
1210

1210
Stock
Size
No.
(in.)
1/2
919019
5/8
919037
3/4
919055
7/8
919073
1 - 1-1/8
919091
1-1/4 - 1-3/8 919135

Working
Weight Latch
Load
Each
Stock
Limit
(kg)
No.
(t)*
.14
.18 1090027
.18
.27 1090027
.31
.50 1090045
.54
.73 1096468
.82
.91 1090081
1.2
2.49 1090081

Dimensions
(mm)
A
20.6
23.9
28.4
30.2
38.1
47.8

B
35.1
39.6
47.8
52.5
70.0
89.0

C
7.10
7.85
9.65
11.2
15.7
20.6

D
12.7
15.7
19.1
22.4
28.4
35.1

E
41.1
51.0
57.0
76.0
89.0
102

F
102
114
133
165
203
232

G
19.1
23.9
26.9
31.8
38.1
41.1

H
57.0
70.0
76.0
86.0
111
127

J
24.6
31.0
36.6
41.4
51.0
60.5

R
11.9
15.0
17.5
19.1
23.9
26.9

* Ultimate Load is 4 times the Working Load Limit.

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Crosby Forged Hooks


Easily attaches to any chain and electric hoist with welded link load
chain, roller chain or wire rope with suitable end fitting.
Swivel jaw is forged.
Suitable for infrequent, non-continuous rotation under load.
Use in corrosive environment requires shank and nut inspection in
accordance with ASME B30.10-1.2.1(b)(2)(c)2000.

S-3316

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Working
Load Limit
(t)*
.45
.91

S-3 16

Frame
Code
F
H

S-3316
Stock No.
1023029
1023047

Weight
Each
(kg)
.57
1.18

A
33.3
39.6

B
19.3
25.4

C
14.2
17.5

D
81.0
104

Dimensions
(mm)
H
L
9.65
155
11.2
195

O
24.6
28.4

P
57.0
72.0

R
117
148

T
20.6
30.2

Rep.
Latch Kit
Stock No.
1096374
1096468

* Ultimate Load is 5 times the Working Load Limit.

Forged Carbon Steel - Quenched and Tempered.


Meets the performance requirements of Federal Specification RR-C-271D, Type V,
Class 6, except for those provisions required of the contractor.

S-377
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S-377 Barrel Hooks


Working
Load Limit
Per Pair
(t)*
1.0

Weight
Each
Per Pair
(kg)
1.61

S-37

S-377
Stock No.
Per Pair
1028248

I.D.
of Eye
39.6

Dimensions
(mm)
O.D.
Overall
of Eye
Length
71.4
127

Width
of Lip
73.2

* Ultimate Load is 4 times the Working Load Limit.

Forged Alloy Steel - Quenched and Tempered.


Deep straight throat permits efficient handling of flat plates or large cylindrical shapes.

A-378
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A-378 Sorting Hook


Working
Load Limit
at tip
of Hook
(t)*
2
2

Working
Load Limit
at bottom
of Hook
(t)*
7.5
7.5

A-378

A-378
Stock No.
1028024
1028033

Style
No Handle
With Handle

Weight
Each
(kg)
2.91
2.91

I.D.
of Eye
35.0
35.0

Dimensions
(mm)
Opening
at top
Overall
of Hook
Length
246
71.4
246
71.4

Radius
at bottom
of Hook
15.9
15.9

* Ultimate Load is 4 times the Working Load Limit.

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Swivels

S-3316 Replacement Hook

Crosby Forged Swivels


FORGED SWIVELS Hot dip Galvanized
Quenched & Tempered
Crosby products meet or exceed all requirements of ASME B30.26 including identification,
ductility, design factor, proof load and temperature requirements. Importantly, Crosby products
meet other critical performance requirements including fatigue life, impact properties and material
traceability, not addressed by ASME B30.26.
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401, 402 and 403 swivels are positioning devices and are not intended to rotate under load. For load swivels see pages 111-115.
Use in corrosive environment requires shank and nut inspection in accordance with ASME B30.10-1.2.1(b)(2)(c)2000.

G-401
Chain Swivels
Meets the performance requirements of Federal Specification RR-C-271D, Type VII, Class 1, except for
those provisions required of the contractor.For more information, see page 361.
Working
Load
Limit
(t)*
.39
.57
1.02
1.63
2.36
3.27

G-401

Size
(mm)
6
8
10
13
16
19

G-401
Stock No.
1016233
1016251
1016279
1016297
1016313
1016331

Weight
Each
(kg)
.06
.11
.24
.51
.95
1.40

Dimensions
(mm)
A
31.8
41.4
51.0
63.5
76.2
89.0

B
17.5
20.6
23.9
33.3
39.6
44.5

C
19.1
25.4
31.8
38.1
44.5
51.0

D
15.7
19.1
25.4
31.8
38.1
44.5

E
28.4
35.1
44.5
57.0
70.0
82.5

G
6.35
7.85
9.65
12.7
15.8
19.1

J
17.5
20.6
25.4
33.3
38.1
47.8

M
7.85
9.65
12.7
16.0
19.1
22.4

R
57.0
69.0
87.5
108
130
147

U
42.9
52.5
63.5
81.0
98.5
125

V
31.8
37.3
47.8
62.0
74.5
88.0

* Ultimate Load is 5 times the Working Load Limit.

G-402
Regular Swivels
Meets the performance requirements of Federal Specification RR-C-271D, Type VII, Class 2, except for
those provisions required of the contractor. For more information, see page 361.
G-402

Size
(mm)
6
8
10
13
16
19
22
25
32
38

G-402
Stock No.
1016019
1016037
1016055
1016073
1016091
1016117
1016135
1016153
1016199
1016215

Working
Load Limit
(t)*
.39
.57
1.02
1.63
2.36
3.27
4.54
5.67
8.16
20.5

Weight
Each
(kg)
.10
.18
.32
.60
1.13
1.82
2.83
4.06
7.42
20.8

A
31.8
41.4
51.0
63.5
76.0
89.0
102
114
143
178

B
17.5
20.6
23.9
33.3
39.5
44.5
52.0
58.5
68.5
98.5

C
19.1
25.4
31.8
38.1
44.5
51.0
57.0
63.5
79.5
102

Dimensions
(mm)
D
J
26.9
17.5
31.8
20.6
38.1
25.4
51.0
33.3
60.5
38.1
67.0
47.8
77.5
54.0
89.0
60.5
93.5
76.0
106
102

M
7.85
9.65
12.7
16.0
19.1
22.4
25.4
28.7
38.1
57.0

R
74.5
90.0
109
138
167
183
213
245
291
435

S
42.9
52.0
63.5
81.0
98.5
109
127
146
172
254

* Ultimate Load is 5 times the Working Load Limit.

G-403
Jaw End Swivels
Meets the performance requirements of Federal Specification RR-C-271D, Type VII, Class 3, except for
those provisions required of the contractor.For more information, see page 361.
U.S. Patent 5,381,650 and other equivalents.
G-403

Size
(mm)
6
8
10
13
16
19
22
25
32
38

G-403
Stock No.
1016395
1016411
1016439
1016457
1016475
1016493
1016518
1016536
1016572
1016590

Working
Load Limit
(t)*
.39
.57
1.02
1.63
2.36
3.27
4.54
5.67
8.16
20.5

Weight
Each
(kg)
.10
.15
.30
.61
1.12
1.76
2.66
4.46
7.14
24.8

A
31.8
41.4
51.0
63.5
76.0
89.0
102
114
145
178

B
17.5
20.6
23.9
33.3
39.5
44.5
52.0
58.5
68.5
98.5

C
19.1
25.4
31.8
38.1
44.5
51.0
57.0
63.5
79.5
102

G
17.5
20.6
25.4
33.3
41.4
47.8
54.0
67.0
79.5
143

J
17.5
20.6
25.4
33.3
38.1
47.8
54.0
60.5
76.0
102

Dimensions
(mm)
K
L
M
11.9 26.2 7.85
12.7 28.7 9.65
16.0 35.8 12.7
19.1 44.5 16.0
23.9 52.0 19.1
28.7 64.5 22.4
30.2 70.0 25.4
44.5 94.5 28.7
52.0 109 41.4
73.0 152 57.0

N
22.4
22.4
26.9
33.3
38.1
44.5
52.0
71.5
71.5
113

P
6.35
7.85
9.65
12.7
16.0
19.1
22.4
28.7
35.1
57.0

R
67.0
74.5
92.0
114
135
154
178
217
248
362

U
42.9
52.0
63.5
81.0
98.5
109
127
146
179
254

V
42.9
46.0
57.0
73.0
87.5
102
115
151
162
275

* Ultimate Load is 5 times the Working Load Limit.

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Crosby Angular Contact Bearing Swivels


ANGULAR CONTACT Wide range of product available.
Capacity: 0.40 through 31.5 tonnes
BEARING SWIVELS

Wire Rope Sizes: 3 mm through 38 mm

Individually Proof Tested to 2 times the Working Load Limit with certification.
Design Factor of 5 to 1.
Entire swivel is Zinc plated to resist corrosion.
Angular contact bearings maximize efficiency, reliability and service life of swivel
and extend the life of the wire rope.
Designed for high rotation speed: Lower torque required to initiate rotation.
Hook models utilize genuine Crosby hooks which are forged alloy steel,
Quenched and Tempered and contain patented QUIC-CHECK markings.
Each swivel, 7.65 tonnes and larger is furnished with a pressure lubrication fitting.
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Hooks &
Swivels

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AS-20 Thimble Insert


When terminating with wire rope clips, we recommend the use of the Thimble Insert.
The result will be extended wire rope life.
Allows standard swivel to be used in application requiring a thimble fitting.
For use with our Bullet Style (AS-7) and Jaw Style (AS-1, AS-2, AS-3 & AS-4) swivels.
Machined from carbon steel. Zinc plated.
Wire Rope Size
(mm)
13
16
19
22-25
28-32
38

AS-20
Stock No.
1038200
1038209
1038218
1038227
1038236
1038245

AS-1 Jaw & Hook


AS-1
JAW & HOOK
Wire Line
AS-1
Weight
Size
Stock
Each
(mm)
No.
(kg)
3
1016001
.32
6
1016010
.68
10
1016025
1.04
13
1016026
2.95
16
1016040
5.85
19
1016045
12.0
22
1016056
24.0
25
1016064
24.0
32
1016075
44.0
38
1016082
63.5

Dimensions
(mm)

AS-1

Working
Load Limit
(t)*
.40
.68
1.35
2.70
4.50
7.65
9.00
13.5
22.5
31.5

A
22.4
33.3
41.4
51.0
63.5
76.0
102
102
127
127

B
6.35
9.65
12.7
19.1
22.4
30.2
38.1
38.1
51.0
51.0

C
6.35
7.85
12.7
19.1
25.4
39.5
44.5
44.5
51.0
51.0

D
9.65
11.2
17.5
23.9
28.7
34.0
44.5
44.5
60.5
60.5

E
10.4
14.2
19.8
30.2
38.9
53.0
89.0
89.0
93.5
93.5

F
110
138
161
221
272
347
456
456
530
610

G
72.5
80.0
102
123
160
212
263
263
346
357

H
23.6
24.6
29.5
35.8
42.9
61.0
81.0
81.0
82.5
76.0

I
18.5
21.3
29.0
36.6
46.2
66.0
76.0
76.0
92.0
116

Deformation
Indicator
AA
38.1
38.1
38.1
63.5
76.0
102
127
127
165
178

F
6.35
9.65
12.7
19.1
22.4
30.2
38.1
38.1
51.0
51.0

G
4.80
5.60
7.10
9.65
13.5
14.2
20.6
20.6
28.7
28.7

* Ultimate Load is 5 times the Working Load Limit.

AS-2 Jaw & Jaw


AS-2
JAW & JAW
Wire Line
AS-2
Size
Stock
(mm)
No.
3
1016103
6
1016114
10
1016122
13
1016131
16
1016139
19
1016148
22
1016157
25
1016166
32
1016175
38
1016184

Dimensions
(mm)

AS-2

Working
Load Limit
(t)*
.40
.68
1.35
2.70
4.50
7.65
9.00
13.5
22.5
31.5

Weight
Each
(kg)
.18
.41
.91
2.22
4.35
7.17
18.1
18.1
35.4
35.4

A
22.4
33.3
41.4
51.0
63.5
76.0
102
102
127
127

B
60.5
90.0
103
159
197
245
356
356
405
405

C
79.5
113
138
207
270
313
445
445
526
526

D
9.65
11.2
17.5
23.9
28.7
34.0
44.5
44.5
60.5
60.5

E
6.35
7.85
12.7
19.1
25.4
39.5
44.5
44.5
51.0
51.0

H
10.4
14.2
19.8
30.2
38.9
53.0
89.0
89.0
93.5
93.5

* Ultimate Load is 5 times the Working Load Limit.

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Crosby Angular Contact Bearing Swivels


AS-3 Jaw & Eye
AS-3
JAW & EYE
Working Wire
AS-3
Weight
Load
Line
Stock
Each
Size
Limit
*
No.
(kg)
(mm)
(t)
.40
3
1016205
.14
.68
6
1016216
.41
1.35
10
1016224
.86
2.70
13
1016232
2.09
4.50
16
1016243
4.13
7.65
19
1016250
7.08
9.00
22
1016259
17.7
13.5
25
1016268
18.1
22.5
32
1016277
35.4
31.5
38
1016286
35.4

Dimensions
(mm)

AS-3

A
22.4
33.3
41.4
51.0
63.5
76.0
102
102
127
127

B
63.5
93.5
106
157
200
241
349
341
406
406

C
82.5
116
138
207
259
311
440
440
527
527

D
6.35
7.85
12.7
19.1
25.4
39.5
44.5
44.5
51.0
51.0

E
4.80
5.60
7.10
9.65
13.5
14.2
20.6
20.6
28.7
28.7

F
6.35
9.65
12.7
19.1
22.4
31.8
38.1
38.1
51.0
51.0

G
9.65
11.2
17.5
23.9
28.7
34.0
44.5
44.5
60.5
60.5

H
10.4
14.2
19.8
30.2
38.1
53.0
89.0
89.0
93.5
93.5

I
6.35
7.85
12.7
19.1
25.4
31.8
51.0
51.0
57.0
57.0

J
6.35
9.65
16.8
23.1
31.8
35.8
41.4
51.0
58.5
58.5

K
9.65
11.0
16.0
25.0
30.0
38.0
46.0
54.0
61.0
61.0

L
21.3
22.4
35.1
51.0
67.0
79.5
119
119
133
133

H
10.4
14.2
19.8
30.2
36.6
53.0
89.0
89.0
93.5
93.5

I
6.35
7.85
12.7
19.1
25.4
31.8
43.7
51.0
57.0
57.0

J
6.35
9.65
16.8
23.1
31.8
35.8
42.2
51.5
58.5
58.5

K
9.65
11.0
16.0
25.4
30.2
38.1
46.0
54.0
60.5
60.5

L
20.6
22.4
34.0
51.0
67.0
79.5
119
119
133
133

F
6.35
9.65
16.8
23.1
31.8
35.8
41.4
54.0
58.5
58.5

G
20.6
22.4
34.0
51.0
67.0
79.5
119
119
133
133

* Ultimate Load is 5 times the Working Load Limit.

AS-4 Eye & Jaw


AS-4
EYE & JAW
Working Wire
AS-4
Weight
Load
Line
Stock
Each
Limit
Size
No.
(kg)
(t)*
(mm)
.40
3
1016306
.14
.68
6
1016314
.41
1.35
10
1016325
.86
2.70
13
1016332
2.09
4.50
16
1016343
4.13
7.65
19
1016352
7.12
9.00
22
1016361
17.7
13.5
25
1016370
18.1
22.5
32
1016375
34.0
31.5
38
1016379
34.0

Dimensions
(mm)

AS-4

A
22.4
33.3
41.4
51.0
63.5
76.0
102
102
127
127

B
63.5
92.0
106
157
200
240
359
351
405
405

C
82.5
116
140
207
259
311
451
451
527
527

D
6.35
7.85
12.7
19.1
25.4
39.5
44.5
44.5
51.0
51.0

E
4.80
5.60
7.10
9.65
13.5
14.2
20.6
20.6
28.7
28.7

F
6.35
9.65
12.7
19.1
22.4
30.2
38.1
38.1
51.0
51.0

G
9.65
11.2
17.5
23.9
28.7
34.0
44.5
44.5
60.5
60.5

* Ultimate Load is 5 times the Working Load Limit.

AS-5 Eye & Eye


Working
Load Limit
(t)*
.40
.68
1.35
2.70
4.50
7.65
9.00
13.5
22.5
31.5

AS-5
EYE & EYE
Wire Line
Size
(mm)
3
6
10
13
16
19
22
25
32
38

Dimensions
(mm)

AS-5

AS-5
Stock No.
1016409
1016418
1016427
1016436
1016445
1016454
1016463
1016472
1016481
1016490

Weight
Each
(kg)
.14
.41
.82
1.95
3.90
7.00
16.8
17.7
32.7
32.7

A
22.4
33.3
41.4
51.0
63.5
76.0
102
102
127
127

B
67.0
95.0
110
156
197
237
353
337
406
457

C
86.0
118
141
207
270
313
445
445
527
527

D
9.65
11.2
16.0
25.4
30.2
38.1
46.0
54.0
60.5
60.5

E
6.35
7.85
12.7
19.1
25.4
31.8
43.7
51.0
57.0
57.0

* Ultimate Load is 5 times the Working Load Limit.

AS-6 Eye & Hook


AS-6
EYE & HOOK
Wire Line
AS-6
Size
Stock No.
(mm)
3
1016502
6
1016513
10
1016520
13
1016529
16
1016538
19
1016547
22
1016556
25
1016565
32
1016574
38
1016583

Dimensions
(mm)

AS-6

Working
Load Limit
(t)*
.40
.68
1.35
2.70
4.50
7.65
9.00
13.5
22.5
31.5

Weight
Each
(kg)
.32
.68
1.32
2.81
5.62
10.7
23.6
24.0
42.6
62.6

A
22.4
33.3
41.4
51.0
63.5
76.0
102
102
127
127

B
111
141
158
219
274
343
459
448
530
610

C
72.5
80.0
102
123
160
212
263
263
346
357

D
23.6
24.6
29.5
35.8
42.9
61.0
81.0
81.0
82.5
76.0

E
6.35
9.65
16.8
23.1
31.8
35.6
42.2
51.5
59.0
59.0

F
20.6
22.4
34.0
51.0
67.0
79.5
119
119
133
133

G
6.35
7.85
12.7
19.1
25.4
31.8
43.7
51.0
57.0
57.0

H
18.5
21.3
29.0
36.6
46.2
66.0
76.0
76.0
92.0
116

Deformation
Indicator
AA
38.1
38.1
51.0
63.5
76.0
102
127
127
165
178

* Ultimate Load is 5 times the Working Load Limit.

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Crosby Angular Contact Bearing Swivels


AS-7 Bullet Style Jaw & Jaw
AS-7
BULLET STYLE JAW & JAW
Wire Line
AS-7
Size
Stock No.
(mm)
3
1016604
6
1016611
10
1016622
13
1016631
16
1016640
19
1016649
22
1016652
25
1016658
32
1016662
38
1016667

Dimensions
(mm)

AS-7

Working
Load Limit
(t)*
.40
.68
1.35
2.70
4.50
7.65
9.00
13.5
22.5
31.5

Weight
Each
(kg)
.18
.50
.82
1.72
3.63
6.58
18.1
18.1
38.1
38.1

A
22.4
33.3
41.4
51.0
63.5
76.0
102
102
127
127

B
60.5
90.0
103
138
197
251
334
334
405
405

C
79.5
113
132
179
256
314
425
425
527
527

D
9.65
11.2
14.2
20.6
28.7
31.8
44.5
44.5
60.5
60.5

E
6.35
7.85
12.7
19.1
25.4
33.3
44.5
44.5
51.0
51.0

F
7.85
9.65
11.2
16.0
22.4
25.4
38.1
38.1
51.0
51.0

G
10.2
14.2
20.6
23.9
39.5
54.0
82.5
82.5
93.5
93.5

E
39.6
45.0

F
30.2
38.1

G
53.1
89.0

* Ultimate Load is 5 times the Working Load Limit.

AS-11
THIMBLE & JAW
Wire Line
AS-11
Size
Stock No.
(mm)
19
1017020
25
1017029

Dimensions
(mm)

AS-1

Working
Load Limit
(t)*
7.65
13.5

Hooks &
Swivels

AS-11 Thimble & Jaw


Weight
Each
(kg)
12.0
24.0

A
76.2
102

B
22.0
296

C
330
445

D
34.0
44.5

* Ultimate Load is 5 times the Working Load Limit.

AS-17 Bullet Style


Jaw & Jaw Slurry Swivel
The Crosby AS-17 Slurry Swivel is a zinc plated Bullet Type Swivel (AS-7), designed with two rubber lip
style seals about the shaft. The threaded cap is sealed with a silicone sealant and secured with a set screw.
The swivels are provided with an Alemite grease fitting for easy lubrication.
AS-17 BULLET JAW
SLURRY SWIVEL
Wire Line
Size
AS-17
(mm)
Stock No.
19
8013342
25
8013343
32
8013376
38
8013344

Dimensions
(mm)

AS-17

Working
Load Limit
(t)*
7.65
13.5
22.5
31.5

Weight
Each
(kg)
6.57
18.1
38.1
38.1

A
76.2
102
127
127

B
257
343
410
410

C
321
432
531
531

D
31.8
44.5
60.5
60.5

E
33.3
44.5
51.0
51.0

F
25.4
38.1
51.0
51.0

G
54.1
82.5
93.7
93.7

* Ultimate Load is 5 times the Working Load Limit.

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Crosby Swivels

EQUIPPED WITH TAPERED ROLLER THRUST BEARING


Suitable for frequent rotation under load.
All swivels individually proof tested with certification.
All hooks furnished with latches assembled.
All jaws complete with bolts, nuts and cotter pins.
Pressure lube fitting provided.
NOT TO BE USED ON DEMOLITION (WRECKING) BALLS.
Other types and capacities up to 600 tons, available to meet your
requirements.
IMPORTANT - Crosby Swivels should only be used with the
recommended wire rope. Contact the wire rope manufacturer
for the proper wire rope to be used with Crosby Swivels.

S-1 -S-6

s l e v i w S

y b s o r C

S-1 Jaw & Hook


S-1

Swivel
No.
3-S-1
5-S-1
8-S-1
10-S-1
15-S-1
25-S-1
35-S-1
45-S-1

S-1
Stock
No.
297011
297217
297413
297618
297814
298118
298216
298314

Working Wire
Load
Rope Weight
Each
Limit
Size
*
(kg)
(t)
(mm)
3
13
4.45
5
16
7.04
8-1/2
19
13.3
10
22
21.2
15
26
33.5
25
64
35
100
45
114

Dimensions
(mm)
A
291
339
418
502
565
680
760
891

F
123
160
192
212
263
346
357
392

G
70.0
76.0
102
114
127
152
165
178

H
19.1
22.4
25.4
38.1
38.1
51.0
51.0
57.0

J
22.4
25.4
39.5
44.5
44.5
51.0
51.0
63.5

K
41.1
57.0
71.5
86.0
86.0
117
117
127

L
38.9
49.3
62.5
66.0
71.5
87.5
98.5
121

M
35.8
42.9
56.5
61.0
81.0
92.0
95.5
108

N
33.3
41.1
54.0
89.0
89.0
93.5
93.5
102

O
25.4
28.4
35.1
44.5
44.5
60.5
60.5
76.0

P
36.6
46.0
57.0
66.0
76.0
93.0
116
129

V
28.4
36.6
41.1
49.3
60.5
76.0
81.0
82.5

* Individually Proof Tested to 2 times the Working Load Limit. Ultimate Load is 5 times the Working Load Limit.

S-2 Jaw & Jaw


Working
Load
S-2
Limit
Stock No.
(t)*
297020
3
297226
5
297422
8-1/2
297627
10
297823
15
298127
25
298225
35
298323
45
S-2

Swivel
No.
3-S-2
5-S-2
8-S-2
10-S-2
15-S-2
25-S-2
35-S-2
45-S-2

Wire
Rope
Size
(mm)
13
16
19
22
26
-

Weight
Each
(kg)
4.37
6.21
11.9
20.8
28.5
64
70
107

Dimensions
(mm)
B
236
262
321
426
435
527
527
641

G
70.0
76.0
102
114
127
152
165
178

H
19.1
22.4
25.4
38.1
38.1
51.0
51.0
57.0

J
22.4
25.4
39.5
44.5
44.5
51.0
51.0
63.5

K
41.1
57.0
71.5
86.0
86.0
117
117
127

N
33.3
41.1
54.0
89.0
89.0
93.5
93.5
102

O
25.4
28.4
35.1
44.5
44.5
60.5
60.5
76.0

* Individually Proof Tested to 2 times the Working Load Limit. Ultimate Load is 5 times the Working Load Limit.

S-3 Jaw & Eye


S-3

Swivel
No.
3-S-3
5-S-3
8-S-3
10-S-3
15-S-3
25-S-3
35-S-3
45-S-3

S-3
Stock
No.
297039
297235
297431
297636
297832
298136
298234
298332

Working
Load
Limit
(t)*
3
5
8-1/2
10
15
25
35
45

Wire
Rope
Size
(mm)
13
16
19
22
26
-

Weight
Each
(kg)
4.14
6.12
11.3
19.7
27.7
61
68
102

Dimensions
(mm)
C
237
256
311
409
425
546
546
657

G
70.0
76.0
102
114
127
152
165
178

H
19.1
22.4
25.4
38.1
38.1
51.0
51.0
57.0

J
22.4
25.4
39.5
44.5
44.5
51.0
51.0
63.5

K
41.1
57.0
71.5
86.0
86.0
117
117
127

N
33.3
41.1
54.0
89.0
89.0
93.5
93.5
102

O
25.4
28.4
35.1
44.5
44.5
60.5
60.5
76.0

Q
19.1
25.4
31.8
42.9
49.3
57.0
57.0
63.5

R
26.2
32.5
35.8
42.9
51.5
58.5
58.5
64.5

S
28.4
31.8
41.1
70.0
70.0
98.5
98.5
102

T
31.8
31.8
38.1
47.8
54.0
60.5
60.5
76.0

* Individually Proof Tested to 2 times the Working Load Limit. Ultimate Load is 5 times the Working Load Limit.

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Crosby Swivels
S-4 Eye & Jaw
Working
Load
Limit
(t)*
3
5
8-1/2
10
15
25
35
45

S-4

Swivel
No.
3-S-4
5-S-4
8-S-4
10-S-4
15-S-4
25-S-4
35-S-4
45-S-4

S-4
Stock
No.
297048
297244
297440
297645
297841
298145
298243
298341

Wire
Rope
Size
(mm)
13
16
19
22
26
-

Dimensions
(mm)

Weight
Each
(kg)
4.08
5.60
13.2
20.0
27.7
61
68
102

C
237
256
311
409
425
546
546
657

G
70.0
76.0
102
114
127
152
165
178

H
19.1
22.4
25.4
38.1
38.1
51.0
51.0
57.0

J
22.4
25.4
39.5
44.5
44.5
51.0
51.0
63.5

K
41.1
57.0
71.5
86.0
86.0
117
117
127

N
33.3
41.1
54.0
89.0
89.0
93.5
93.5
102

O
25.4
28.4
35.1
44.5
44.5
60.5
60.5
76.0

Q
19.1
25.4
31.8
42.9
49.3
57.0
57.0
63.5

R
26.2
32.5
35.8
42.9
51.5
58.5
58.5
64.5

S
28.4
31.8
41.1
70.0
70.0
98.5
98.5
102

T
31.8
31.8
38.1
47.8
54.0
60.5
60.5
76.0

* Individually Proof Tested to 2 times the Working Load Limit. Ultimate Load is 5 times the Working Load Limit.

S-5

S-5
Stock
No.
297057
297253
297459
297654
297850
298154
298252
298350

Swivel
No.
3-S-5
5-S-5
8-S-5
10-S-5
15-S-5
25-S-5
35-S-5
45-S-5

Working
Load
Limit
(t)*
3
5
8-1/2
10
15
25
35
45

Wire
Rope
Size
(mm)
13
16
19
22
26
-

Weight
Each
(kg)
3.86
5.13
13.3
19.1
22.2
59
66
98

Dimensions
(mm)
D
239
249
302
394
416
565
565
673

G
70.0
76.0
102
114
127
152
165
178

Q
19.1
25.4
31.8
42.9
49.3
57.0
57.0
63.5

R
26.2
32.5
35.8
42.9
51.5
58.5
58.5
64.5

S
28.4
31.8
41.1
70.0
70.0
98.5
98.5
102

T
31.8
31.8
38.1
47.8
54.0
60.5
60.5
76.0

* Individually Proof Tested to 2 times the Working Load Limit. Ultimate Load is 5 times the Working Load Limit.

S-6 Eye & Hook


S-6

S-6
Swivel Stock
No.
No.
3-S-6 297066
5-S-6 297262
8-S-6 297468
10-S-6 297663
15-S-6 297869
25-S-6 298163
35-S-6 298261
45-S-6 298369

Working Wire
Load
Rope Weight
Each
Limit
Size
*
(kg)
(t)
(mm)
3
13
4.23
5
16
6.46
8-1/2
19
14.5
10
22
20.6
15
26
28.6
25
61
35
98
45
122

Dimensions
(mm)
E
292
332
408
486
540
699
780
907

F
123
160
192
212
263
346
357
392

G
70.0
76.0
102
114
127
152
165
178

L
38.9
49.3
62.5
66.0
71.5
87.5
98.5
121

M
35.8
42.9
56.5
61.0
81.0
92.0
95.5
108

P
36.6
46.0
57.0
66.0
76.0
93.0
116
129

Q
19.1
25.4
31.8
42.9
49.3
57.0
57.0
63.5

R
26.2
32.5
35.8
42.9
51.5
58.5
58.5
64.5

S
28.4
31.8
41.1
70.0
70.0
98.5
98.5
102

T
31.8
31.8
38.1
47.8
54.0
60.5
60.5
76.0

V
28.4
36.6
41.1
49.3
60.5
76.0
81.0
82.5

* Individually Proof Tested to 2 times the Working Load Limit. Ultimate Load is 5 times the Working Load Limit.

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All Rights Reserved

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Hooks &
Swivels

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CROSBY HOIST HOOK


WARNING AND APPLICATION

S-3319

S-319
Series

S-320
Series

S-322
S-3322B
Series
Positioning
Only

WARNING

Loads may disengage from hook if proper procedures are


not followed.

A falling load may cause serious injury or death.

See OSHA Rule 1926.550(g) for personnel hoisting by cranes


and derricks, and OSHA Directive CPL 2-1.29 - Interim
Inspection Procedures During Communication Tower
Construction Activities. A Crosby 319, 320 or 322 hook with
a PL latch attached and secured with a bolt, nut and cotter
pin (or toggle pin) may be used for lifting personnel.
A Crosby 319N, 320N or 322N hook with an S-4320 latch
attached and secured with cotter pin or bolt, nut and pin; or
a PL-N latch attached and secured with toggle pin may be
used for lifting personnel. A hook with a Crosby SS-4055
latch attached shall NOT be used for personnel lifting.

See OSHA Directive CPL 2-1.29 - Crosby does not


recommend the placement of lanyards directly into the
positive locking Crosby hook when hoisting personnel.
Crosby requires that all suspension systems (vertical
lifelines / lanyard) shall be gathered at the positive locked
load hook by use of a master link, or a bolt-type shackle
secured with cotter pin.

Threads may corrode and/or strip and drop the load.

Remove securement nut to inspect or to replace S-322


bearing washers (2).

Hook must always support the load. The load must never be
supported by the latch.

Never apply more force than the hooks assigned Working


Load Limit (WLL) rating.

Read and understand these instructions before using hook.

Hoist hooks incorporate markings forged


into the product which address two (2)
QUIC-CHECK features:
Deformation Indicators - Two strategically
placed marks, one just below the shank or eye
and the other on the hook tip, which allows for a QUIC-CHECK
measurement to determine if the throat opening has changed, thus
indicating abuse or overload.
To check, use a measuring device (i.e., tape measure) to measure the
distance between the marks. The marks should align to either an inch
or half-inch increment on the measuring device. If the measurement
does not meet criteria, the hook should be inspected further for possible damage.
Angle Indicators - Indicates the maximum included angle which is
allowed between two (2) sling legs in the hook. These indicators also
provide the opportunity to approximate other included angles between
two sling legs.

Particle or Dye Penetrant. (Note: Some disassembly may be


required.)
Never use a hook whose throat opening has been increased, or
whose tip has been bent more than 10 degrees out of plane from
the hook body, or is in any other way distorted or bent. Note: A
latch will not work properly on a hook with a bent or worn
tip.
Never use a hook that is worn beyond the limits shown in Figure
1.
Remove from service any hook with a crack, nick, or gouge.
Hooks with a crack, nick, or gouge shall be repaired by grinding
lengthwise, following the contour of the hook, provided that the
reduced dimension is within the limits shown in Figure 1.
Never repair, alter, rework, or reshape a hook by welding, heating, burning, or bending.
Never side load, back load, or tip load a hook.(Side loading, back
loading and tip loading are conditions that damage and reduce
the capacity of the hook). (See Figure 2).
Eye hooks, shank hooks and swivel hooks are designed to be
used with wire rope or chain. Efficiency of assembly may be
reduced when used with synthetic material.
Do not swivel the S-322 swivel hook while it is supporting a load.
The S-322 is distinguishable by hex nut and flat washers.
The S-3322 swivel hook is designed to rotate under load. The
S-3322 is distinguishable from the S-322 by use of a round nut
designed to shield bearing.
- The frequency of bearing lubrication on the S-3322 depends
upon frequency and period of product use as well as environmental conditions, which are contingent upon the users good
judgement.
The use of a latch may be mandatory by regulations or safety
codes; e.g., OSHA, MSHA, ANSI/ASME B30, Insurance, etc..
(Note: When using latches, see instructions in Understanding:
The Crosby Group Warnings for further information.)
Always make sure the hook supports the load. (See Figure 3).
The latch must never support the load (See Figure 4).
When placing two (2) sling legs in hook, make sure the angle
from the vertical to the outermost leg is not greater than 45
degrees, and the included angle between the legs does not
exceed 90 degrees* (See Figure 5).
See ANSI/ASME B30.10 Hooks for additional information.
Figure 1

ZONE A: REPAIR NOT REQUIRED


ZONE B: 10% OF ORIGINAL DIMENSION
ZONE C: 5% OF ORIGINAL DIMENSION
ZONE: D: SEE MINIMUM THREAD SIZE CHART

Figure 2
i.e.,
Backhoe
Bucket

Side Load

Side Load

Back Load

Tip Load

Figure 3

Figure 4

Figure 5

RIGHT

WRONG

RIGHT

IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION READ AND FOLLOW

116

A visual periodic inspection for cracks, nicks, wear, gouges and


deformation as part of a comprehensive documented inspection
program, should be conducted by trained personnel in compliance with the schedule in ANSI B30.10.
For hooks used in frequent load cycles or pulsating loads, the
hook and threads should be periodically inspected by Magnetic

* For two legged slings with angles greater than 90 degrees, use an intermediate link such as
a master link or bolt type shackle to collect the legs of the slings. The intermediate link can be
placed over the hook to provide an in-line load on the hook. This approach must also be used
when using slings with three or more legs.

Copyright 2006 The Crosby Group, Inc.


All Rights Reserved

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READ AND UNDERSTAND THESE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING HOOKS


IMPORTANT - BASIC MACHINING AND THREAD INFORMATION

Wrong thread and/or shank size can cause stripping and loss of
load.
The maximum diameter is the largest diameter, after cleanup,
that could be expected after allowing for straightness, pits, etc.
All threads must be Class 2 or better.
The minimum thread length engaged in the nut should not be
less than one (1) thread diameter. Install a properly sized retention device to secure the nut to the hook shank after the nut is
properly adjusted at assembly. Nut retention devices such as set
screws or roll pins are suitable for applications using anti-friction
thrust bearings or bronze thrust washers. If the hook is intended
for other applications that introduce a higher torque into the nut,
a more substantial retaining device may be required.
Hook shanks are not intended to be swaged on wire rope or rod.
See S319SWG for hook designed for swaging.
Hook shanks are not intended to be drilled (length of shank) and
internally threaded.

Crosby can not assume


responsibility for, (A) the
quality of machining, (B) the
type of application, or (C)
the means of attachment to
the power source or load.
Consult the Crosby Hook
Identification & Working
Load Limit Chart (See
below) for the minimum
thread size for assigned
Working Load Limits
(WLL).
Remove from service any
Hook which has threads
corroded more than 20% of
the nut engaged length.

Minimun
Thread Size
Maximum
Shank
Diameter

CROSBY HOOK IDENTIFICATION & WORKING LOAD LIMIT CHART


Working Load Limit
(t)

Hook Identification
319-A, 319-AN
319-C, 319-CN 320-A, 320-AN
320-C, 320-CN 322-A, 322-AN
322-C, 322-CN 3319, 3322B
DC
FC
GC
HC
IC
JC
KC
LC
NC
OC
PC
SC
TC
UC

319-BN

DA
FA
GA
HA
IA
JA
KA
LA
NA
OA
PA
SA
TA
UA
WA
XA
YA
ZA

319-A, 319-AN
319-C, 319-CN 320-A, 320-AN
320-C, 320-CN 322-A, 322-AN
322-C, 322-CN
S-3322B

DB
FB
GB
HB
IB
JB
KB
LB
NB

.75
1
1.5
2
3
5
7.5
10
15
20
25
30
40
50

Minimum Thread Size

319-BN

S-3319

Maximum
Shank
Diameter after
Machining
(mm)

.5
.6
1
1.4
2.0
3.5
5.0
6.5
10

1.63
2.5
4.5

13.4
15.7
16.8
20.6
26.2
32.3
38.6
44.5
50.8
63.5
89.0
89.0
102
114
155
162
178
219

1
1.5
2
3
*4.5 / 5
7
11
15
22
30
37
45
60
75
100
150
200
300

319-C
319-CN
(Carbon)

319-A
319-AN
(Alloy)
319-BN
(Bronze)

1/2 - 13unc
5/8 - 11unc
5/8 - 11unc
3/4 - 10unc
7/8 - 9unc
1-1/8 - 7unc
1-1/4 - 7unc
1-5/8 - 8un
2 - 8un
2-1/4 - 8un
2-3/4 - 8un
3 - 8un
3-1/4 - 8un
3-3/4 - 8un

1/2 - 13 unc
5/8 - 11 unc
5/8 - 11 unc
3/4 - 10 unc
7/8 - 9 unc
1-1/8 - 7 unc
1-3/8 - 6 unc
1-5/8 - 8 un
2 - 8 un
2-1/4 - 8 un
2-3/4 - 8 un
3 - 8 un
3-1/2 - 8 un
4 - 4 unc
4-1/2 - 8 un
5-1/2 - 8 un
6-1/4 - 8 un
7-1/2 - 8 un

* 319AN, 320-AN, 3322 and 322AN are rated at 5 tons.


Working Load Limit - The maximum mass or force which the product is authorized to support in general service when the pull is applied in-line,
unless noted noted otherwise, with respect to the centerline of the product. This term is used interchangeably with the following terms: 1. WLL, 2.
Rated Load Value, 3. SWL, 4. Safe Working Load, 5. Resultant Safe Working Load.
Warning and Application Instructions For CROSBY HOOK LATCH KIT

Important Safety Information - Read & Follow

Always inspect hook and latch before using.


Never use a latch that is distorted or bent.
Always make sure spring will force the latch against the tip of the
hook.
Always make sure hook supports the load. The latch must never
support the load. (See Figure 1 & 2).
When placing two (2) sling legs in hooks, make sure the angle
between the legs is less the 90 and if the hook or load is tilted,
nothing bears against the bottom of this latch. (See Figures 3 &
4).
Latches are intended to retain loose sling or devices under slack
conditions.
Latches are not intended to be an anti-fouling device.
Figure 1

Figure 2

Figure 3

Figure 4

RIGHT

WRONG

RIGHT

WRONG

Copyright 2006 The Crosby Group, Inc.


All Rights Reserved

WARNING

Loads may disengage from hook if proper procedures are


not followed.

A falling load may cause serious injury or death.

See OSHA Rule 1926.550 (g)(4)(iv)(B) for personnel hoisting


for cranes and derricks. Only a Crosby or McKissick hook
with a PL Latch attached and secured with bolt, nut and cotter (or Crosby Toggle Pin) or a Crosby hook with a S-4320
Latch attached and secured with a cotter pin, or a Crosby
SHUR-LOC hook in the locked position may be used for any
personnel hoisting. A hook with a Crosby SS-4055 latch
attached shall NOT be used for personnel lifting.

Hook must always support the load. The load must never be
supported by the latch.

Read and understand these instructions before using hook


and latch.

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CROSBY / BULLARD
GOLDEN GATE HOOK
WARNING AND APPLICATION
INSTRUCTIONS

Never repair, alter, rework, or reshape a hook by welding,


heating, burning, or bending.
Never side load, back load, or tip load a hook. Side loading,
back loading and tip loading are conditions that damage
and reduce the capacity of the hook. (See Figure 2.)
Eye hooks, shank hooks and swivel hooks are designed to
be used with wire rope or chain. Efficiency of assembly may
be reduced when used with synthetic material.

WARNING
BL-A
BL-C

BL-PKU

BL-I
BL-K

BL-B
BL-D

BL-G
BL-E

Loads may disengage from hook if proper procedures


are not followed.
A falling load may cause serious injury or death.
Before using, inspect the hook and gate daily to
ensure it is in proper operating condition.
Failure to properly insert the pin could result in the
load falling.

BL-P
BL-O

BL-R
BL-S

QUIC-CHECK Hoist Hooks incorporate


markings forged into the product which
address two (2) QUIC-CHECK features:.
Deformation Indicators - Two strategically
placed marks, one just below the shank or
eyeand the other on the hook tip, which allows for a
QUIC-CHECK measurement to determine if the throat opening
has changed, thus indicating abuse or overload.
To check, use a measuring device (i.e., tape measure) to
measure the distance between the marks. The marks should
align to either an inch or half-inch increment on the measuring
device. If the measurement does not meet criteria, the hook
should be inspected further for possible damage.
Angle Indicators - Indicates the maximum included angle which
isallowed between two (2) sling legs in the hook. These
indicators also provide the opportunity to approximate other
included angles between two sling legs.

Important Safety Information Read and Follow

118

A visual periodic inspection for cracks, nicks, wear, gouges


and deformation as part of a comprehensive documented
inspection program, should be conducted by trained
personnel in compliance with the schedule in ANSI B30. 10.
For hooks used in frequent load cycles or pulsating loads,
the hook and threads should be periodically inspected by
Magnetic Particle or Dye Penetrant. (Note: Some
disassembly may be required.)
See WARNING box and Figure 6 (on page 119) for special
instructions for securing the nut to the shank at assembly.
Never use a hook whose throat opening has been
increased, or whose tip has been bent more than 10
degrees out of plane from the hook body, or is in any other
way distorted or bent. Note: A gate will not work properly
on a hook with a bent or worn tip.
Manual - closing gates must be completely closed for the
lock to work.
Never use a hook that is worn beyond the limits shown in
Figure 1.
Remove from service any hook with a crack, nick, or gouge.
Hooks with a crack, nick, or gouge shall be repaired by
grinding lengthwise, following the contour of the hook,
provided that the reduced dimension is within the limits
shown in Figure 1.

All Golden Gate Hooks with threaded shanks require


a pin to secure the nut to the shank. This pin prevents
the nut from backing off or unscrewing from the
threads and causing the load to drop.
If the pin and nut are removed from the shank to
replace any hook components, the pin and nut must be
installed before use.
NOTE: 1. If a solid pin was used, the old pin must
be discarded and a new pin inserted to
secure the nut to the shank.
2. If a spring pin (coil type) was used, it may
be reused provided that the spring pin
and / or the drill hole was not damaged.
The gate is not a load-bearing device. Do not allow the
slings or other loads to bear against the gate.
Threads may corrode and/or strip and drop the load.
Hands, fingers and body should be kept away from the
hook and load whenever possible.
Never apply more force than the hooks assigned
Working Load Limit (WLL) rating.
Read and understand these instructions before using.

ZONE A: REPAIR NOT REQUIRED


ZONE B: 10% OF ORIGINAL DIMENSION
ZONE C: 5% OF ORIGINAL DIMENSION
ZONE D: SEE MINIMUM THREAD SIZE CHART
Figure 1

Side Load
WRONG

Side Load
WRONG

Back Load
WRONG

Tip Load
WRONG

Figure 2

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All Rights Reserved

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The use of a latch may be mandatory by regulations or


safety codes; e.g., OSHA, MSHA, ANSI/ASME B30,
Insurance etc.
Always make sure the hook supports the load (See Figure
3). The gate must never support the load (See Figure 4).
When placing two (2) sling legs in hook, make sure the
angle from the vertical to the outermost leg is not greater
than 45 degrees, and the included angle between the legs
does not exceed 90 degrees* (See Figure 5).
See ANSI/ASME B30.10 Hooks for additional information.
If any of the following conditions exist, remove hook from
service immediately and repair with genuine Crosby /
Bullard Golden Gate hook parts or replace the hook.
The gate does not lock in the closed position.
The gate is worn, deformed, inoperative, or fails to
bridge the hook throat opening.
Load pins or bolts in the chain connectors are worn or
bent.
When hook is used to support a hoist, the weight of the
hoist must be deducted from the assigned hook Working
Load Limit.
The rated capacity of chain connector hook assemblies
must equal or exceed the capacity of the hoist.

* For two legged slings with angles greater than 90, use an
intermediate link such as a master link or bolt type shackle to
collect the legs of the slings. The intermediate link can then be
placed over the hook to provide an in-line load on the hook. This
approach must also be used when using slings with three or
more legs.

RIGHT
Figure 3

RIGHT
Figure 5

WRONG
Figure 4

Important Basic Machining and Thread Information Read and Follow

Wrong thread and/or shank size can cause stripping and


loss of load.
The maximum diameter is the largest diameter that will fit
into the gate.
All threads must be Class 2 or better.
The minimum thread length engaged in the nut should not
be less than one (1) thread diameter.
All nuts must be secured to the shank by cross drilling the
nut and threaded shank and inserting the appropriate coil
type spring pin (See WARNING box and Figure 6 for special
instructions).
Coil type spring pin must be as long as the distance across
the nut flats or diameter (See Figure 6).
Consult the Crosby / Bullard Golden Gate Hook
Identification and Working Load Limit Chart (See below) for
the coil type spring pin diameter.
Remove any hook from service that requires a larger coil
type spring than that shown in the chart below.
Hook shanks are not intended to be swaged on wire rope or
rod.

Hook shanks are not intended


to be drilled and internally
threaded.
Crosby cannot assume
responsibility for, (A) the quality
of machining, (B) the type of
application, or (C) the means of
attachment to the power source
or load.
Consult the Crosby/ Bullard
Golden Gate Hook
Figure 6
Identification & Working Load
Limit Chart (below) for the
minimum thread size for assigned Working Load Limits
(WLL).
Remove from service any hook which has threads corroded
more than 20% of the nut engaged length.

Crosby / Bullard Golden Gate Hook Identification & Working Load Limit Chart
Hook /
Gate
Size

Working
Load
Limit**
(tons)

Maximum
Shank
Diameter
(in.)

Minimum
Thread
Size

Spring*
Pin Size
(in.)

Drilled
Hole Size
(in.)

Hook /
Gate
Size

Working
Load
Limit
(tons)

Maximum
Shank
Diameter
(in.)

Minimum
Thread
Size

Spring*
Pin Size
(in.)

Drilled
Hole Size
(in.)

.5

11

9.2

1.497

1-1/2 - 6 UNC

5/16

.308 / .319

1.0

.498

1/2 - 13 UNC

1/8

.124 / .129

12

12.3

1.622

1-5/8 - 5-1/2 UNC

5/16

.308 / .319

1.4

.559

9/16 - 12 UNC

1/8

.124 / .129

13

15.0

1.747

1-3/4 - 5 UNC

3/8

.370 / .383

1.7

.623

5/8 - 11 UNC

1/8

.124 / .129

14

18.5

1.997

2 - 4-1/2 UNC

3/8

.370 / .383

2.3

.747

3/4 - 10 UNC

5/32

.155 / .160

16

24.7

2.747

2-3/4 - 4 UNC

1/2

.493 / .510

4.0

.872

7/8 - 9 UNC

3/16

.185 / .192

16-A

33.0

2.747

2-3/4 - 4 UNC

1/2

.493 / .510

4.2

.997

1 - 8 UNC

3/16

.185 / .192

17

49.5

3.996

4 - 8 UNC

3/4

.743 / .760

5.5

1.122

1-1/8 - 7 UNC

1/4

.247 / .256

17-A

66.0

3.996

4 - 8 UNC

3/4

.743 /.760

7.2

1.247

1-1/4 - 7 UNC

1/4

.247 / .256

* Heavy Duty Coil Type Spring Pin.


** Minimum ultimate strength is 4 times the Working Load Limit.
Working Load Limit - The maximum mass or force which the product is authorized to support in general service when the pull is applied in-line, unless noted otherwise, with
respect to the centerline of the product. This term is used interchangeably with the following terms: 1. WLL, 2. Rated Load Value, 3. SWL, 4. Safe Working Load, 5. Resultant Safe Working Load. Ultimate Load is 4 times the Working Load.

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All Rights Reserved

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S-4320 HOOK LATCH KIT


(For Crosby 319N, 320N, and 322N, S-1320, A-339N
& A-1339 Hooks)

WARNING

WARNINGS AND APPLICATION


INSTRUCTIONS

Loads may disengage from hook if proper procedures


are not followed.
A falling load may cause serious injury or death.
Hook must always support the load. The load must
never be supported by the latch.
See OSHA Rule 1926.550 (g) for personnel hoisting by
crane or Derricks. A Crosby S-319N, S-320N, S-322N,
S-1320, A-339 and A-1339 Hook with an S-4320 latch
attached (When secured with cotter pin) may be used
for lifting personnel.
An S-4320 Latch is only to be used with a Crosby S319N, S-320N, S-322N, S-1320, A-339 and A-1339 Hook.

Important Safety Information


Read & Follow

Always inspect hook and latch before using.


Never use a latch that is distorted or bent.
Always make sure spring will force the latch against the tip
of the hook.
Always make sure hook supports the load. The latch must
never support the load. (See Figure 1 & 2.)
When placing two (2) sling legs in hook, make sure the
angle between the legs is less than 90 and if the hook or
load is tilted, nothing bears against the bottom of this latch.
(See Figure 3 & 4.)
Latches are intended to retain loose sling or devices under
slack conditions.
Latches are not intended to be an anti-fouling device.
When using latch for personnel lifting, select proper cotter
pin (See Figure 5). See Step 7 below for proper installation
instructions.
Never reuse a bent cotter pin.
Never use a cotter pin with a smaller diameter or
different length than recommended in Figure 5.
Never use a nail, a welding rod, wire, etc., in place of
recommended cotter pin.
Always ensure cotter pin is bent so as not to interfere
with sling operation.
Periodically inspect cotter pin for corrosion and general
adequacy.

DO NOT use this latch in applications requiring non


sparking.
Read and understand these instructions before using
hook and latch.
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RIGHT

Figure 1

WRONG

RIGHT

Figure 2

Figure 3

Figure 4

Figure 5
Hook
Identification
Code *
Carbon
D
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
N

Recommended
Cotter Pin Dimensions
(mm)
Alloy
D
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
N

Diameter
3.2
3.2
3.2
5.0
6.9
8.0
8.0
10.0
10.0

Length
20
20
25
32
40
50
50
80
80

The current SS-4055 latch kit and the PL latch will not fit new 319N, 320N, or
322N hooks. They will continue to be offered in both styles to service existing
hooks. Important - The new S4320 latch kit will not fit the old 319, 320, or 322
hooks.
* See Crosby General Catalog for specific Working Load Limits.

IMPORTANT - Instructions for Assembling S-4320 Latch on Crosby 320N Hooks

Step 1
1. Place hook at
approximately a 45
degree angle with the
cam up.

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Step 2
2. Position coils of
spring over cam with
legs of spring pointing
toward point of hook
and loop of spring
positioned down and
lying against the hook.

Step 3
3. Position latch to side
of hook points. Slide
latch onto spring legs
between lockplate and
latch body until latch is
partially over hook
cam. Then depress
latch and spring until
latch clears point of
hook.

Steps 4, 5, & 6
4. Line up holes in latch
with hook cam.
5. Insert bolt through
latch, spring, and cam.
6. Tighten self-locking
nut on one end of bolt.

Step 7 For
Personnel Lifting
7. With latch in closed
position and rigging
resting in bowl of hook,
insert cotter pin
through hook tip and
secure by bending
prongs.

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HOOK LATCH KIT


WARNING AND APPLICATION
INSTRUCTIONS

WARNING
Loads may disengage from hook if proper procedures
are not followed.
A falling load may cause serious injury or death.
See OSHA Rule 1926.550(g)(4)(iv)(B). A hook and this
style latch must not be used for lifting personnel.
Hook must always support the load. The load must
never be supported by the latch.
Read and understand these instructions before using
hook and latch.

SS-4055

Important Safety Information Read and Follow

Always inspect hook and latch before using.


Never use a latch that is distorted or bent.
Always make sure spring will force the latch against the tip
of the hook.
Always make sure hook supports the load. The latch must
never support the load. (See Figure 1 & 2.)
When placing two (2) sling legs in hook, make sure the
angle between legs is small enough and the legs are not
tilted so that nothing bears against the bottom of the latch.
(See Figure 3 & 4.)
Latches are intended to retain loose sling or devices under
slack conditions.
Latches are not intended to be an anti-fouling device.

Right
Figure 1

Wrong
Figure 2

Right

Wrong

Figure 3

Figure 4

IMPORTANT - Instructions for Assembling SS-4055 Latch on Crosby Hooks

Step 1
1. Place hook at
approximately a 45 degree
angle with the cam up.

Step 2
2. Position coils of spring over
cam with tines of spring
pointing toward point of hook
and loop of spring positioned
down and lying against the
hook.

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Step 3
3. Position latch over tines of
spring with ears partially over
hook cam. Swing latch to one
side of hook, point and
depress latch and spring until
latch clears point of hook.

Steps 4, 5, & 6
4. Line up holes in latch with
hook cam.
5. Insert bolt through latch,
spring, and cam.
6. Tighten self-locking nut on
one end of bolt.

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CROSBY MODEL PL HOOK


LATCH KIT

WARNING

WARNINGS AND APPLICATION


INSTRUCTIONS

Loads may disengage from hook if proper procedures


are not followed.
A falling load may cause serious injury or death.
See OSHA Rule 1926.550 (g) for Personnel Hoisting by
Cranes or Derricks. A Crosby or McKissick Hook with a
positive Locked PL or S-4320 Latch may be used to Lift
Personnel.
Hook must always support the load. The load must
never be supported by the latch.
Read and understand these instructions before using
hook and latch.

Model PL*
(Pat. U.S.A. & Canada)

Important Safety Information Read & Follow

Always inspect hook and latch before using.


Never use a latch that is distorted or bent.
Always make sure spring will force the latch against the tip
of the hook.
Always make sure hook supports the load. The latch must
never support the load. (See Figure 1 & 2.)
When placing two (2) sling legs in hook, make sure the
angle between the legs is less than 90 and if the hook or
load is tilted, nothing bears against the bottom of this latch.
(See Figure 3 & 4.)
Latches are intended to retain loose sling or devices under
slack conditions.
Latches are not intended to be an anti-fouling device.

Right

Wrong

Right

Wrong

Figure 1

Figure 2

Figure 3

Figure 4

IMPORTANT - Instructions for Assembling Model PL Latch on Crosby or McKissick Hooks

Step 1
1. Place hook at
approximately a 45
degree angle with the
cam up.

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Step 2
2. Position coils of
spring over cam with
legs of spring pointing
toward point of hook
and loop of spring
positioned down and
lying against the hook.

Step 3
3. Position latch to side
of hook points. Slide
latch onto spring legs
between lockplate and
latch body until latch is
partially over hook
cam. Then depress
latch and spring until
latch clears point of
hook.

Steps 4, 5, & 6
4. Line up holes in latch
with hook cam.
5. Insert bolt through
latch, spring, and cam.
6. Tighten self-locking
nut on one end of bolt.

Step 7 For
Personnel Lifting
7. With latch in closed
position and rigging
resting in bowl of hook,
insert bolt through latch
and secure with nut
and cotter pin.When
bolt, nut and cotter pin
are not being used,
store them in a
designated place upon
the personnel platform.

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CROSBY MODEL PL-N/O


HOOK LATCH KIT

WARNING

WARNINGS AND APPLICATION


INSTRUCTIONS

Loads may disengage from hook if proper procedures


are not followed.
A falling load may cause serious injury or death.
See OSHA Rule 1926.550 (g) for Personnel Hoisting by
Crane or Derricks. A Crosby or McKissick Hook with a
Positive Locked PL-N/O or S-4320 Latch may be used
to Lift Personnel.
Hook must always support the load. The load must
never be supported by the latch.
Read and understand these instructions before using
hook and latch.

Model PL-N/O
(Pat. U.S.A. & Canada)

Important Safety Information Read and Follow

Always inspect hook and latch before using.


Never use a latch that is distorted or bent.
Always make sure spring will force the latch against the tip
of the hook.
Always make sure hook supports the load. The latch must
never support the load. (See Figure 1 & 2.)
When placing two (2) sling legs in hook, make sure the
angle between the legs is less than 90 and if the hook or
load is tilted, nothing bears against the bottom of this latch.
(See Figure 3 & 4.)
Latches are intended to retain loose sling or devices under
slack conditions.
Latches are not intended to be an anti-fouling device.

Right
Figure 1

Wrong
Figure 2

Right
Figure 3

Wrong
Figure 4

IMPORTANT - Instructions for Assembling Model PL-N/O Latch


on Crosby or McKissick Hooks

Step 1
1. Place hook in upright
position. Position coils of
spring over cam with legs
of spring pointing toward
tip of hook, and loop of
spring positioned down
and lying against the
hook.

Step 2
2. Slip the latch over the
spring until the two spring
legs are positioned into
the grooves located on the
inside of the latch housing
(legs of spring should fit
between the gate and the
housing).

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Step 3, 4, 5 & 6
3. Slide latch housing up
the spring legs until latch
clears hook tip.
4. Resting latch on
interlocking hook tip, line
up holes in latch with hook
cam.
5. Insert bolt through latch
spring & cam.
6. Tighten self-locking nut
on one end of bolt.

Step 7,8 - For Personnel


Lifting
7. Rigging should be
resting in bowl of hook,
with latch in closed
position and gate locked.
8. Insert toggle lock pin
through hole and depress
spring until toggle clears
hole on other side of latch.

Step 9 - For Personnel


Lifting
9. Rotate toggle 90
degrees to secure pin
(ensure toggle is in closed
position as shown).

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CROSBY WELD-ON HOOKS


WARNING AND APPLICATION
INSTRUCTIONS

WARNING
Loads may disengage from hook if proper
procedures are not followed.
A falling load may cause serious injury or death.
Hook must always support the load. The load
must never be supported by the latch.
Never apply more force than the hooks
assigned Working Load Limit (WLL) rating.
Do not use Crosby weld on hook for personnel
hoisting. See OSHA Rule 19216.550(g).

BH-313

Read and understand these instructions before


welding on, or using hook.

Important Safety Information Read and Follow

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Weld-On hooks are to only be welded to a structure,


equipment or machinery in an area (load point)
approved by the original equipment manufacturer.
(Some manufacturers may not approve the modification
of their product.)
For hydraulic excavator lift capacity rating, refer to SAE
standard J1097.
A visual periodic inspection for cracks, nicks, wear,
gouges and deformation as part of a comprehensive
documented inspection program, should be conducted
by trained personnel.
A visual periodic inspection of the weld should be
performed. Check the weld visually, or use a suitable
NDE method if required.
As excavator buckets are not specifically designed for
constant use with excavator hooks, we recommend
regular and very thorough inspection of the excavator
bucket welding area to insure no distortion has been
made to the work area.
Never use a hook whose throat opening has been
increased, or whose tip has been bent more than 10
degrees out of plane from the hook body, or is in any
other way distorted or bent.
Note: A latch will not work properly on a hook
with a bent or worn tip.
Never use a hook that is worn beyond the limits shown
in Figure 1.
Remove from service any hook with a crack, nick, or
gouge. Hooks with a crack, nick, or gouge shall be
repaired by grinding lengthwise, following the contour of
the hook, provided that the reduced dimension is within
the limits shown in Figure 1.
Never repair, alter, rework, or reshape a hook by
welding, heating, burning, or bending.
Always make sure the hook supports the load. The load
is to be applied within the range shown in Figure 2. The
latch must never support the load (See Figure 3).
Never side load (See Figure 4), or tip load (See Figure
5) a hook.
The use of a latch may be mandatory by regulations or
safety codes; e.g., OSHA, MSHA, ANSI/ASME B30,
Insurance, etc. (Note: When using latches, see
instructions in Understanding: The Crosby Group
Warnings for further information.)
Ensure latch functions properly. Use only genuine
Crosby replacement parts.
Never attach more than one sling directly in hook. For
collecting two or more slings to the hook, use proper
hardward.
See ANSI/ASME B30.10 Hooks for additional
information.

ZONE A: REPAIR NOT REQUIRED


(LATCH EXCLUDED)
ZONE B: 10% OF ORIGINAL DIMENSION
ZONE C: 5% OF RRIGINAL DIMENSION
ZONE D: ONLY AREA ALLOWED TO BE
WELDED

Figure 1

Figure 2

WRONG

WRONG

WRONG

Figure 3

Figure 4

Figure 5

The strength of the weld-on hook depends upon the


method of attachment. Extreme care must be used in
process.
The support structure that the hook is attached to must
be of suitable size, composition and quality to support
the anticipated loads of all operating positions. The
required support structure material thickness for a
given application is dependent on variables such as
unsupported length and material strength, and should
be determined by a qualified individual. Minimum plate
thickness required to support the welds are shown in
Table 1.
TABLE 1
Working Load Limit
(t)
1
2
3
4
5
8
10

Minimum Plate
Thickness
(mm)
5
6
8
8
10
13
13

Minimum Fillet Size


All Around
(mm)
5
6
8
8
10
13
13

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Position the hook to insure that the load is applied in the


plane of the hook, and the load is supported by the
hook in all operating positions. Insure that the hook
does not interfere with the operation of other
mechanisms or cause pinch points.
Insure that the maximum gap between hook base and
support does not exceed 1/8. Modify the support
structure if required to reduce gap.
When welding hook to carbon or low alloy steels (less
than .40% carbon), the following welding
recommendations are to be followed. For welding hook
to other grades of steel, a qualified weld procedure
must be developed. Crosby hook material is AISI 8622
modified.
Welding is to be performed by a qualified welder using
qualified procedure in accordance with American
Welding Society (AWS), and/or American Society of
Mechanical Engineers (ASME) requirements.
Welding electrode to be in accordance with AWS A5.4
E-312-16. Observe the electrode manufacturers
recommendations.
Welding preheat range outlined below.

Before welding, the surface to be welded on, including


the hook and support structure, must be clean and free
from rust, grease and paint.
Fillet weld leg size should be of minimum shown in
Table 1. Weld profiles to be in accordance with AWS.
Weld size is measured by length of leg.
Welding should be carried out completely around base
in a minimum of two passes to insure adequate root
penetration at the base of the hook.
Do not rapidly cool the weld.
After welding, a visual inspection of the weld should be
performed prior to painting.
No Cracks, pitting, inclusions, notches or undercuts are
allowed. if doubt exists, use a suitable NDE method,
such as Magnetic particle or Liquid Penetrate to verify.
If repair is required on weld, grind out defect and reweld using original qualified procedure.
After welding, the assembly should be proof tested
before putting into service.

-Minimum preheat temperature: 212F (100C)


-Maximum temperature: 716F (380C)

Important - Instructions for Assembling S-4313 Latch on BH-313 Weld-On Hook

Step 1
1. Place hook flat
on work surface as
shown.

Step 2
Hook sizes 1 to 3
tons
2. Position coils of
spring over hook
cam, with legs of
spring pointing
towards hook tip
and coil of spring
positioned down
as shown.

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Step 2 A
Hook sizes 4 to
10 tons.
2A. Spread legs of
spring and place
into drilled
hole.Position coils
of spring over hook
cam, with end of
spring pointing
toward hook tip as
shown.

Step 3
3. Position latch
over spring,
aligning latch ears
and spring coil. On
pin hole side of
latch, insert non
grooved end of
latch pin through
hole in latch and
through spring
until contact is
made with hook
body (a small
punch may be
required for proper
alignment).

Step 4
4. Align holes in
latch with holes in
cam of hook.
Continue pushing
the pin through
hook, spring and
latch.

Step 5
5. Insert roll-pin
into latch, driving it
in with a hammer,
while ensuring that
latch pin groove is
in alignment.

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