ENSURING CUSTOMER SATISFACTION
We want to assure all our customers that our commitment to quality and transparency remains steadfast. Each and every product we supply is marked with traceable identifiers, and accompanying certificates are processed for every single item.
These traceable markings serve as a guarantee of authenticity and quality. They allow us to track the journey of each product from its origin to your hands, ensuring it meets our rigorous standards every step of the way.
Furthermore, our certificates provide you with the peace of mind that comes from knowing that our products have undergone thorough quality checks and meet the necessary standards and regulations. These certificates are a testament to our dedication to delivering products that you can trust and rely on.
In addition, please note that all our products are produced to ISO and international DIN standards. This means that not only do we meet industry standards, but we strive to exceed them, providing you with products that are of the highest quality and reliability.
At GR8 Industries we take pride in the transparency and accountability we offer our customers. Our customers can have full confidence in the quality, safety, and authenticity of the products you purchase from us.
Thank you for choosing GR8 Industries We look forward to continuing to serve you with the highest quality products.
INTERNATIONAL DESIGN STANDARDS – LIFTING MACHINES AND LIFTING TACKLE:
SANS 10307 Cranes, Lifting and Suspended Equipment
- Support Documentation and Training
JIS B 8815/EN 14492-2/SANS 992 (draft) Electrical Chain Hoists
SANS 1638 Pneumatically Operated Chain Hoists
SANS 1594 Manually Operated Chain Blocks
SANS 1636 Manually Operated Chain Lever Hoists
EN 13157/SANS 1824 Manually Operated Beam Trolleys (Crawls) - Push/Pull & Geared
SANS 1637 Reconditioned Manually Operated Chain Lever Hoists
SANS 1639 Reconditioned Pneumatically Operated Chain Hoists
SANS 1640 Reconditioned Manually Operated Chain Hoists
SANS 500 Inspection, Examination and Testing of Manually Operated - Chain Blocks and Lever Hoists SANS 1592 Short Link Chain for Lifting Applications SANS 1599 - 1 Cranes - Part 1: Cantilever/Slewing Jib Cranes SANS 10375 Overhead Cranes
SANS 189, ISO 3076, EN 818 SANS ISO 7592,
SANS ISO 3077 Chain (Various Qualities)
SANS ISO 4778 Chain Slings of Welded Construction - Grades M(4), S(6) and T(8) SANS ISO 7593, EN 818 - 1 & 4 Chain Slings - Instant Assembly - Grade 8
SANS 1595 Forged Steel Lifting Hooks for Use With Steel Chains of Grade - M(4), P(5), S(6), T(8) and V(10) EN 1677 - 1 & 4 Components for Chain Slings Grade 8
EN 1492 - 2/SANS 94-2 Polyester Webbing Slings - Endless Type EN 1492 - 1/SANS 94-1 Polyester Webbing Slings - Flat Woven Type
SANS ISO 7531, ISO 2408 Steel Wire Rope Slings
EN 13411 - 1, 2 & 3 Steel Wire Rope Splicing Procedures and Terminations
EN 14502-1 Man Cages (Equipment for the Lifting of Persons)
SANS 687 Inspection and Testing of Non Fixed Load Lifting Attachments
EN 14492-2 Electric Chain Hoists CLAMPS AND ATTACHMENTS:
EN 13155 Steel Plate/Section Lifting Clamps/Magnets/Vacuum Lifters
EN 13155 Steel Coil C Hooks
EN 13155 Pallet Forks and Grabs
EN 13155 Lifting Beams and Frames
EN 13155 Lifting Cage - Palletised Bricks
FED SPEC RR - C - 271D Shackle Lifting: Bow and Dee
BS 3032 Shackle Pulling: Bow and Dee
FED SPEC FF - C - 450 Steel Wire Rope Clip
BS 464/FFT 276 Steel Wire Rope Thimbles
DIN 580/582 Eye Bolts/Eye Nuts
BS 6210/BS 6570 COP For the Safe Use, Selection and Care of Steel Wire Rope Slings SANS 10296 Hand Signals Used With Cranes and With Lifting and Suspended Equip. DIN 15402 - 1 & 2, UNI 9470 Ramshorn Hooks
SANS 10187 Load Securement on Vehicles
EN 61000 - 6 - 1 & 3, EN 55014 - 1 Lifting Magnets
SANS 19 The Inspection, Testing and Examination of Mobile Cranes
SANS 10375 The Inspection, Testing and Examination of Overhead Cranes SANS 10388 The Inspection, Testing and Examination of Lifting Trucks
SANS 522 The Inspection, Testing and Examination Tower Cranes
South African Bureau of Standards The SABS Standards Division, publishes and distributes national standards which are known as SANS. These standards were previously referred to as SABS Specifi cations. These standards are either compiled by technical committees of the SABS, or are sourced from International Standards Organisations such as DIN, EN or ISO, and the adopted standard is then published as a SANS. Such an adopted standard then becomes a complete implementation of the integrated standard. It is important to note that both the OHS Act and the MH & S Act require that all lifting equipment products, used in industry and on the mines, must comply to accepted or appropriate technical standards.
OHS ACT & DESIGN STANDARDS PLEASE NOTE THAT THE ABOVE INFORMATION WAS ACCURATE AT THE TIME OF PRINTING