A lifting sling consists of cable, chain, rope or webbing and is used in conjunction with a lift or crane in order to facilitate lifting and balance the load. Slings generally include metal slinging devices in the form of hooks, shackles, links or rings. The capacity specifications for lifting slings vary depending on the application for which they were designed. Various types of slings are described according to their type, working load limit (WLL), length of the sling leg and slinging mode. We can Supply all types of quality web slings. Call us for a quote.

SLINGMASTER® POLYESTER ROUND SLINGS MEET THE CHALLENGE

  • The unique design of polyester round slings improves sling flexibility resulting in reduced stress on the cover and better grip of the load
  • A durable double cover protects the inner polyester strands and allows for simplified inspection
  • Advanced polyester yarn manufacturing processes ensure equal loading of the yarns and extend sling life
  • Custom wear protection and integrated assemblies with purpose made fittings can be designed to meet specialized requirements
  • Capacity color coding along with protected sling tags provides a unique quick check system for users to identify the right sling for the job

SLINGMASTER® ROUND SLINGS MAXIMIZE HANDLING AND LIFTING EFFICIENCIES

  • A national stock profile and quick service program for custom requirements ensure job specific needs can be met
  • Light weight reliable designs increase flexibility and load handling options
  • Heavy lift MX and EX models provide market leading strength to weight ratios allowing for significantly reduced setup and handling time

SLINGMASTER® MX AND EX HEAVY LIFT SLINGS GET THE JOB DONE

  • Full inspection, testing & certification (ITC) capabilities are available with capacity to 920,000 lbs. (450 tons)
  • Ultra high strength yarns, utilizing todays most advanced technology, deliver capacities up to 500,000 lbs. and sling weights that are approximately 1/5 the weight of comparable wire rope slings

Single leg Web Sling

A single web sling has a masterlink, one webbing leg with a hook for lifting.

Single leg Web Sling

Variations of master links, web hooks attached

Two leg Web Sling

A two legged web sling has a master hook, two webbing legs, each with a hook on.

Two leg web sling

Variations of master links, web hooks attached

Three leg Web Sling

A two legged web sling has a master hook, three webbing legs, each with a hook on.

Three leg web sling

Variations of master links, web hooks attached

Four leg Web Sling

A two legged web sling has a master hook, four webbing legs, each with a hook on.

Four leg Web sling

Variations of master links, web hooks attached

Extreme caution should be exercised in processes where lifts and slings are employed to move materials from one place to another. Operator training is essential and regular sling inspection should be conducted in order to avert accidents. Legislation has specific standards for lifting slings and prescribes various inspection criteria depending on the material used and the type of sling. Find out what is current in your area, be familiar with them and use them at all times.

Generally speaking, any form of damage to a sling means that it should no longer be used. Regulations require that all slings should be permanently marked with their load capacity and employees may not exceed the load capacity of a sling. Lifting slings must be inspected before use on a daily basis.

If you have any questions, or need help with any aspect of your web slings, call or email us. We’d be happy to help. 1 877461 4876 or sales@herculesslr.com