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Lever Chain Load Binders

Lever Chain Load Binders

With over fifty years’ experience and our extensive catalog of heavy-duty, reliable, and innovative tie down equipment and accessories, Ancra constantly strives to be the sole leader in cargo securement. With our expertise, we can help you find the right product for the job, maximizing your efficiency and bottom line....

Lever chain load binders allow for chains to be secured onto the hooks on either side of the unit and includes a middle handle with a lever mechanism for tensioning the chain and securing a heavy load.

All of our lever chain load binders are constructed with only high-quality materials and components so you can be confident in the product. Our chain binders are made of drop forged steel for high strength and longevity, and a red E-coat paint finish protects the unit against rust and corrosion from harsh highway conditions. Our chain binders were designed to be used with transport chain.

Lever Chain Load Binders

Simple and useful, Ancra’s lever chain load binders are built to maintain a firm grip on the chains, offering quick and reliable tension with just a push.


Lever Chain Load Binder Models:

  • 1/2-in. Lever Load Binders: Working load limit: 13,000 lbs./5,910 kg.
  • 3/8-in. Lever Load Binders: Working load limit: WLL: 9,200 lbs./4,170 kg.
  • 5/16-in., Heavy-Duty Lever Load Binders: Working load limit: 6,600 lbs./2,990 kg.
  • 5/16-in. Lever Load Binders: Working load limit: 5,400 lbs./2,450 kg.
  • 1/4-in. Lever Load Binders: Working load limit: 2,600 lbs./1,180 kg.

Ancra chain load binders meet or exceed WSTDA T-6 standards.

WARNING: Failure to follow all instructions may result in serious personal injury, property damage and loss of life. Observe the working load limits as noted below and on tags to determine the number of tie downs and hardware required under federal D.O.T. FMCSA 40 CFR Parts 392-393. Use extreme caution when tensioning load binders to ensure chain links are seated securely in the hook before releasing tension on the load binder.

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