Web slings are used primarily for temporary work, such as construction and painting jobs, and in marine operations. They also are the best choice for use on heavy objects, expensive loads, highly finished parts, fragile parts, and delicate equipment.
Checkmate simplex web slings are available with a range of hardware and end terminations. We stock a huge range of simplex webbing slings - 12 various lengths and 7 capacities that are universally colour coded.
Web Sling Features & Benefits:
Eyes: Becket, flat, reversed, twisted or a range of compatible hardware
High strength to weight ratio
Absorbs shock loads
Light and flexible for easy handling
Wear sleeves available to protect from abrasion and sharp objects in either webbing or polyurethane
Helps prevent damage to the surface of goods being lifted
Unaffected by grease or oil
Certificates of conformity are supplied with goods
Web Sling Specifications:
SWL: 500kg to 6000kg - colour coded, referring to the web sling capacity chart
Width: 25mm up to 300mm
Length: 1m to 12m
Safety Factor: 7:1 (What is safety factor of web sling? A sling will not fail if used correctly until a force of 7 times the S.W.L is exerted on the sling)
Standard: EN 1492-1:2000
Each day before being used, the sling and all fastenings and attachments shall be inspected for damage or defects by a competent person designated by the employer. Additional inspections shall be performed during sling use, where service conditions warrant. Damaged or defective slings shall be immediately removed from service. (From Occupational Safety and Health Administration)
If any following damage is visible, your web sling should be removed from service immediately.
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