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NEW Magnet Ring/Carabiner and Loading Dock Kit

Mr. Chain's all new Magnet Ring/Carabiner set provides an easy Lock Out Tag Out (LOTO) option. Ideal for use in manufacturing facilities, distribution centers and retail stores.


Also new is our Loading Dock Kit. It comes with everything needed to create a high-visibility barrier at any loading dock. The kit includes: 2 Magnet Rings, 2 Carabiners, and 10 feet of 2" Heavy Duty Yellow Chain.

2014 Shows

Mr. Chain will be attending the Safety 2014 show, ASSE Professional Development Conference & Exposition, in Orlando, FL, June 8th – 11th, 2014, Booth 258. In addition, we will also be at the 2014 National Safety Council Congress & Expo, in San Diego, September 15th - 17th , 2014, Booth 5716.
If you would like to meet with us during either show, we would be happy to schedule a meeting with you, or just stop by our booth for a visit. To schedule a meeting, please call Brian Majestic, Sales Manager, at 800.324.5861. If you have questions regarding any of our products or would like additional information, feel free to call (800.324-5861) and anyone of our employees will be able to assist you.

Heavy Metal Free


We know that many are concerned with the use of plastic materials and the effect it has on the

environment as well as our health. Mr. Chain shares that concern and has reformulated all of our colors

to be free of heavy metals. Our products still contain agents to resist fading and protect the integrity

of the product. No worries when using our plastic chain and stanchions!

An interesting perspective on American jobs...

With all the hype about creating American jobs, we invite you to explore this avenue presented by Alex and Ana Bogusky.

As the video states: "It's as simple as this, every time you buy something, make sure its made in America. But you have to pay attention, sometimes even if you think the brand is American, even if there is an America flag on the package, it may not be made here."



Mr. Chain is proud to bring you American-made plastic chain and stanchions for 53 years. Contact us for more information today, and join the pledge to "buy 5% more US-made product and share this video with two people."

“I Want To Be Recycled.”

Earlier this year Keep America Beautiful (“KAB”) and the Ad Council launched the “I Want to Be Recycled” campaign aiming to motivate recycling in American households. The campaign features common household products for recycling and what they can become once recycled. These include a milk bottle becoming a park bench or a tin can becoming part of a bicycle. “The Ad Council and KAB say that other EPA data indicates only about 35 percent of the 250 million tons of trash Americans generate annually is recycled.” (Source: In the Hopper: SPI’s Business Blog).

Recycling is an initiative in Mr. Chain’s sustainability policy and we urge all customers to recycle products at the end of their life. Plastic chain and stanchions made of HDPE are #2 recyclable. Polystyrene used to make our Ground Stakes, Reels, and Edging is #6 recyclable.

Visit to learn more about the campaign and find a recycling center near you.

2013 NSC Congress & Expo

The 2013 NSC Congress & Expo was a huge success for Mr. Chain! Connecting with customers and showcasing the new Magnet Ring/Carabiner Kit were among the highlights. There were also many stanchions to see, including the new and improved X-Treme Duty Stanchion, and the ever popular 2" Yellow Chain. Mr. Chain also unveiled an entirely new booth as seen below. 



From Product Conception to Distribution

Product development often begins with an idea and many hours of drawing and planning. When Mr. Chain’s drawings are complete we take them to local mold maker, American Die and Mold of Buckley, Michigan. We are all very excited when the finish mold is delivered to the shop and are very close to seeing the product itself. Foreman Rob Baker and Vice President Dennis Stacey run the first shot. There is always a lot to learn about a new mold. Most always, the temperature of the material needs to be adjusted. In some cases the mold will even go back to American Die and Mold a few times before we have the final version capable of producing superior products. As you can see from the series of pictures below of Mr. Chain’s Carabiner, the shots begin to look much better as adjustments are made. The product is now ready for distribution.

Be the first to see the X-Treme Duty Stanchion!

This American- made, original M R Products' design is strong and durable yet light for shipping. The stanchion has a variety of features for ease of use. Equipped with a water bladder that can hold approximately two gallons of water, the stanchion is ideal for heavy-duty, industrial uses. The ribbed handle combined with wheels located on the base make the stanchion highly portable, empty or full. When not in use, the stacking bases store with ease. The stanchion weighs approximately 25 lbs. when full of water.

The X-Treme Duty Stanchion will easily accommodate Mr. Chain's 2”, 2" Heavy Duty, and 3" chain. With a keyhole slot and built-in c-hooks, chain can be run in one continuous length or cut to specific lengths.

Mr. Chain will be exhibiting at the NSC Show from September 30, 2013 to October 2, 2013. Stop by booth #1100 to see the X-Treme!

Check out Mr. Chain in the September issue of the National Safety Council’s Safety+Health magazine.

In preparation for the 2013 National Safety Council Congress and Expo, September 30-October 2, Mr. Chain will be featured in a series of Ads in NSC’s Safety+Health magazine. The magazine “offers comprehensive national coverage of occupational safety news and analysis of industry trends to 86,000 subscribers.” The September issue features 2013’s Rising Stars of Safety. You will find our ad on page 17. Be sure to visit us at booth number 1100!

Call us at 1-800-324-5861 (International call 1-231-378-2251) or email us at

Plastic Chain is intended for decorative purposes only. Not intended to support heavy objects. Plastic chain must not be used where a break might cause damage or injury.