Eye To Eye Flat Woven Webbing Sling EN1492-1 2000 WLL 10T With Blue
|Width||250mm or 3000mm|
|Length||As client request|
|Certification||CE GS TUV ISO|
|Safety Factor||7 to 1, and we can make 5 to 1, 6 to 1 and 8 to 1 as well.|
Film shrinked with outer carton and Pallet 20 Pallets per 20 feet
1. 100% high tenacity polyester fiber. Double A Class raw material
2. Double Plies slings. Of course , we can make one ply, three
plies and four plies as well.
3. With reinforcement on lifting eyes.
4. 100% polyester sewing thread
1,Conforms to shape of load to grip securely
2,Load bearing yarns protected from UV degradation
3,Red striped white core yarns provide added visual warning of
4,Color coding provides positive sling capacity information Saves
5,Double wall cover for greater sling life
6,Soft cover won’t scratch load surface
7,Conforms to shape of load for reduced load damage
8,Seamless - no sewn edges to rupture prematurely, requiring
removal from service
9,Color coded capacities for quick identification
10,Light weight and pliable for easy rigging and storage
11,Independent core yarns choke tightly, but release easily after
12,Easy to carry - high strength to weight ratio for easy
transportation All Lift-All slings meet or exceed OSHA and ASME
B30.9 standards and regulations. Always protect synthetic slings
from being cut by corners and edges. See page 14 Promotes Safety
Light weight reduces fatigue and strain on riggers
13,Synthetic materials won’t cut hands
14,Consistent matched lengths for better multiple sling load
15,No loss of strength from abrasion to cover
16,Low stretch (about 3% at rated capacity)
Use and Inspection:
- Before each use, all slings, fastenings and attachments should be
inspected for defects and damage. Additional inspections should be
performed on a regular basis. Damaged or defective slings should be
removed and destroyed immediately.
- A sling should be removed from service if damage such as the
following is visible:
- Acid or caustic burns.
- Melting or charring of any part of the sling.
- Holes, tears, cuts or snags.
- Excessive abrasive wear.
- Knots in any part of the sling.
- Excessive pitting, corrosion, cracking or distortion in end
- Other visible damage that causes doubt as to the strength of the