The Universal Rigging Solution

Suncor Stainless Now Offers a Versatile Rigging Solution with the Universal Link

Plymouth, MA – Suncor Stainless, Inc. has designed and manufactured a new rigging component called the Universal Link. These links create universal attachment points and linking opportunities with components that feature matching pin diameters. Suncor has given marine and industrial riggers more options with the type of hardware that can be used in their application.

This universal link is made from grade 316 stainless steel for maximum corrosion resistance and durability, making it ideal for marine applications. It is a solid bar with a hole at either end. The sizes range from 1/4" to 1/2". "We have a large selection of stainless steel rigging components," says Jim Storrer, Engineering Manager at Suncor Stainless. "This component is such a simple connection solution for customers that require a link between different pinned components."

This link can easily connect with a variety of Suncor hardware including jaws, shackles, toggles, yoke ends, etc. It is a simple, yet versatile rigging solution. Suncor Stainless has a network of dealers throughout the United States and Canada that offer these universal links and other quality marine and industrial hardware. Please contact a Suncor sales representative to find a dealer near you. To learn more about Suncor's products, please visit or call (800) 394-2222.

Suncor Stainless, Inc. is a leading manufacturer for stainless steel hardware in the industrial, marine, government, architectural, OEM and commercial industries. Suncor's modern facilities manufacture the highest quality stainless steel chain, wire rope assemblies and custom parts. The in-house capabilities include a product development staff whose tireless efforts, along with valuable input from clients, work to continuously improve and perfect their ever-expanding product line.


Carey Greenway

Marketing Manager

Suncor Stainless, Inc.

Direct: (508) 732-1025

Fax: (508) 732-9798

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