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    50 Ton Single Sheave Snatch Block with Hook

    Heavy duty snatch block consists of a single grooved sheave to accommodate a synthetic rope, cable or chain, mounted within a housing. Factory price 50 ton snatch block with hook can be attached to a fixed point or another moving object according to the specific application.
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    50 ton single sheave snatch blocks find applications in areas such as rigging, towing, and recovery operations, where the need for redirecting forces or increasing mechanical advantage is critical. Their versatility, simplicity, and effectiveness make snatch blocks indispensable tools in various industries.


    Model ATO-SL-HQGK1-50
    Rated Load Capacity (WLL) 50 Ton
    Experimental Load 81.58 Ton
    Wire Rope Diameter Suitable 44mm
    Max. 48mm
    Weight 570kg


    Single sheave snatch block dimension

    H B Lmax D 0
    1630mm 645mm 345mm 165mm ≥118mm

    Precautions for use

    • Overloading is strictly prohibited.
    • The snatch block should be inspected regularly, and the period should not exceed 3 months.
    • The snatch block pulley is disassembled for maintenance, and the parts should be cleaned with gasoline.
    • The snatch block must not be beaten during loading and unloading to prevent deformation of parts.
    • When the snatch block is not used for a long time, it should be cleaned and lubricated.

    Tips: How to troubleshooting snatch block?

    Check the condition of the snatch block: Look for any visible damage, such as cracks, dents, or deformities. Ensure the sheave (pulley) is properly aligned and rotates smoothly.

    1. Inspect the bearings: Ensure the bearings are well-lubricated and functioning correctly. Look for any signs of wear or excessive play. Replace damaged or worn bearings.
    2. Verify the load capacity: Confirm that the snatch block is suitable for the intended load. Check the manufacturer's specifications for the maximum load capacity and ensure it matches the load you are working with.
    3. Examine the rope or cable: Inspect the rope or cable running through the snatch block for any signs of fraying, wear, or damage. Replace it if necessary.
    4. Test the operation: Rig the snatch block correctly and perform a test run with a light load to ensure it operates smoothly and without any unusual noises.
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