There are many types of synthetic slings used in lifting applications. We broke it down to polyester web slings, rope slings, round slings. The Rope Guru has partnered with the best in the industry which means all slings offered by The Rope Guru meet or exceed the AMSE B30.9 standards for synthetic slings. We can offer proof loading services on slings and ropes up to 1 million pounds.
A lifting sling has a purpose, which is to move bulky, large, and heavy loads. Slings are used because lifting without them can be difficult and sometimes not even possible. Lifting slings make a direct connection between the load and the lifting equipment being used. Although these slings are used to make lifting more accessible, they can make it more dangerous if the slings are misused. Anytime a sling is used for lifting, it is essential that users take concrete steps and precautions.
All slings should be inspected before every use (including the first time). A damaged sling can break while lifting loads. Dropping loads can harm people, products, and the environment.
Different sling styles and sizes exist, and so not all can be used interchangeably. When it comes to lifting tools, you need the right sling for the job.
Never exceed the working limit for a load.
Secure all loads before lifting. Take a few extra moments before lifting to ensure that slings are all securely attached to loads.
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