6T Brown EN1492-2 Polyester Endless Round Sling For Tubing & Pipe Industry
|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.|
|Package||Film shrinked with outer carton and Pallet|
1 100% high tenacity polyester fiber. Double A Class raw material fiber
2 100% polyester sewing thread
3 Blue label with client's logo, serial number and plastic coat
Excellent resistance to ultra-violet rays, rot and mildew.
Lightweight, easy to handle, store and clean.
No loss of strength when used in water
Only 3% elongation.
Protects worker’s hands.
Resistant to acids, not resistant to heavy concentrations of alkalis.
Non-sewn edge on cover, solid tube construction.
These slings adapt to all types, sizes, and load configurations while remaining lightweight and easy to rig, clean, and store. They offer excellent resistance to UV light, rot, and mildew. They also do not lose any strength in water and reach only 3% elongation.
This product can be exposed to high heat up to a maximum of 180°. Additionally, the absence of any metal parts in this product eliminates rust concerns and reduces the need for wear pads.
Colour guidelines for polyester round sling covers are widely used to indicate the vertical rated load of round slings: however this is not followed by some manufacturers. Always select and use round slings by the rated load as shown on the sling identification tag.
The slings should avoid the harm of the sharp instrument when lifting the goods.
Never use slings with damages or defects.
Forbidden to tie a knot of the sling or link with a knot. You should link the sling with the right connecting piece.
Only use slings with clear identifications.
Before use,check working load limit, length and working position.
Use and Inspection:
1.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.
2.A sling should be removed from service if damage such as the following is visible:
3.Acid or caustic burns.
4.Melting or charring of any part of the sling.
5.Holes, tears, cuts or snags.
6.Excessive abrasive wear.
7.Knots in any part of the sling.
8.Excessive pitting, corrosion, cracking or distortion in end fittings
9.Other visible damage that causes doubt as to the strength of the sling.