CMP Global rebrands chain products as Titan Marine Chain

To better reflect the strength and diversity of its chain products, CMP Global has rebranded them as Titan Marine Chain. Known for their strength and power, Titans were a centerpiece of Greek creation myths. CMP Global has also expanded the product line with stainless steel chain.

CMP offers a range of windlass, anchor, mooring and general purpose chain, all proof-tested and calibrated to exacting standards. Titan Marine chain is embossed with the CMP stamp, which ensures it meets or exceeds certification requirements, CMP says. According to CMP, it is the only chain on the market with such quality assurance measures.

The company’s new 316L stainless steel chain is calibrated for windlass use. Manufactured in an ISO-9001 quality-assured facility, it’s available in 6mm and 8mm links, with more sizes available soon, CMP says.

Titan Marine ISO High Test (G43) Windlass Chain utilizes high-strength carbon steel for a greater strength-to-weight ratio, CMP says; its short-pitch links make the chain flexible. Titan Marine Mooring Chain (G43) is well-suited for high-strength applications, CMP adds, with long links to easily accommodate shackles. Short, compact links characterize the Titan Marine BBB (G30) and ISO Proof Coil (G30) General Purpose chain, both suitable for anchoring use, the company says.

For metric windlass applications, CMP offers Titan Marine DIN766 (G30), with each link calibrated to the latest DIN766 standard. The short-link design Titan Marine Grade L (G30) is manufactured to Australian Standard AS2321-2006.

All Titan Marine carbon steel chain incorporates a hot-dip galvanized finish for superior protection against corrosion and abrasion, CMP says. Product is available in quantities in pails, full drums and half drums.


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    I have a Five Oceans windlass that calls for 5/16” HT G4 chain. The chain I have is stamped CMP G43. Is G4 and G43 the same? I’m curious because the chain seems to “jump” in the windlass gypsy during retrieval.

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