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Web Slings,Flat sling,lifting webbings slings to ASME/ANSI B30.9

Material:100% High Tenacity Polyester Yarn
Safety Factor:5:1
Length:As requested
Color:As requested
Standard: ASME/ANSI B30.9,WSTDA
Characteristic:wearable,
Package:Carton boxes+Pallets
 


Double Ply Eye & Eye Webbing Sling Class 5

 
Item
Webbing Width (inch)
Vertical
Choker
Vertical Basket
60 Basket

45 Basket

30 Basket
M.B.S.
lbs
lbs
lbs
lbs
lbs
lbs
lbs
WSEE-2-6010
1
2,200
1,760
4,400
3,811
3,111
2,200
11,000
WSEE-2-6015
1-1/2
3,300
2,640
6,600
5,716
4,667
3,300
16,500
WSEE-2-6017
1- 3/4
3,800
3,040
7,600
6,582
5,374
3,800
19,000
WSEE-2-6020
2
4,400
3,520
8,800
7.621
6,222
4,400
22,000
WSEE-2-6030
3
6,600
5,280
13,200
11,432
9,333
6,600
33,000
WSEE-2-6040
4
8,200
6,560
16,400
14,203
11,595
8,200
41,000
WSEE-2-6050
5
10,200
8,160
20,400
17,667
14,423
10,200
51,000
WSEE-2-6060
6
12,300
9,840
24,600
21,304
17,393
12,300
61,500

Class 5 means rated loads are based on a stuffer weave construction webbing possessing a minimum certified
tensile 
strength of 6,800 lbs/inch width.


 


Double Ply Eye & Eye Webbing Sling Class 7

 

Item
Webbing Width (inch)
Vertical
Choker
Vertical Basket
60 Basket

45 Basket

30 Basket
M.B.S.
lbs
lbs
lbs
lbs
lbs
lbs
lbs
WSEE-2-9010
1
3,100
2,480
6,200
5,370
4,384
3,100
15,500
WSEE-2-9015
1 - 1/2
4,700
3,760
9,400
8,141
6,646
4,700
23,500
WSEE-2-9017
1- 3/4
5,400
4,320
10,800
9,353
7,636
5,400
27,000
WSEE-2-9020
2
6,200
4,960
12,400
10,739
8,767
6,200
31,000
WSEE-2-9030
3
8,800
7,040
17,600
15,242
12,444
8,800
44,000
WSEE-2-9040
4
11,000
8,800
22,000
19,052
15,554
11,000
55,000
WSEE-2-9050
5
13,700
10,960
27,400
23,729
19,372
13,700
68,500
WSEE-2-9080
6
16,500
13,200
33,000
28,578
23,331
16,500
82,500
WSEE-2-9060
8
22,750
18,200
45,500
39,403
32,169
22,750
113,750
WSEE-2-9100
10
28,400
22,720
56,800
49,189
40,158
28,400
142,000

Class 7 means rated loads are based on a stuffer weave construction webbing possessing a minimum certified tensile
strength of 9,800 lbs/inch width

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Wristrong Web Slings Use Instruction:


1. Web slings in contact with edges, corners or protrusions SHALL ALWAYS be protected with
    materials of sufficient strength, thickness and 
construction to prevent sling damage.
 
2.  Web slings should be protected from abrasive surfaces.
 
3.  Determine the weight of the load. Web slings shall not be loaded in excess of the
     rated capacity. Consideration shall be given to the sling angle, which affects            
 
4.  Select web slings having suitable characteristics for the type of load, hitch and
     environment.
 
5.  Web slings that are used in a choker hitch shall be of sufficient length to ensure  that the
     choke point should always be on the sling body—not on the sling eye,  fitting, base of the
     eye or fitting, load bearing splice or tag.

 
6.   Web slings used in a basket hitch shall have the load balanced to prevent  slippage and
      maintain control of the load.

 
7.   The openings in fittings shall be the proper shape and size to ensure that the fittings will seat
      properly on the web sling, crane hook or other attachments.

 
8.   Web slings should not be dragged on the floor or over an abrasive surface.
 
9.   Web slings shall not be twisted, shortened, lengthened, tied into knots, or joined by knotting.
      Web slings shall be shortened, lengthened or adjusted only by methods approved by the
      manufacturer.

 
10. Web slings should not be pulled from under loads when the load is resting on the web sling.
      Loads resting on web slings could damage the sling.
 
11.  Web slings shall not be used for pulling against stuck, snagged or restrained objects if
       loading conditions are unknown.

 
12.  If a sling is used for non-lifting applications under known loading circumstances and within
      the rated sling capacity, it may be returned to lifting service. 
13.  Marking Slings for Dedicated Applications - Slings that are used for pulling against stuck,
      snagged or restrained objects in loading conditions that are unknown shall not be used for
      ANY lifting purpose. These Dedicated Application        slings shall be marked “Not For
      Lifting”.

 
14.   Do not drop web slings equipped with metal fittings.
 
15.   Web slings that appear to be damaged shall not be used unless inspected and
       accepted as usable per Section 4.4 by a qualified person.
 
16.   Web slings shall be hitched in a manner providing control of the load.
 
17.   Personnel shall not stand under, on or next to suspended loads or rigging that is under
        tension.

 
18.   All portions of the human body shall be kept from being placed between the web sling
        and the load and from between the web sling and handling or lifting device.

 
19.   Personnel shall not ride web slings or loads suspended by web slings. Web slings shall
        not be used as bridles on suspended personnel platforms.

 
20.  Shock loading shall be avoided.
 
21.   Excessive twisting of the legs (branches) shall be avoided.
 
22.   Load applied to a hook shall be centered in the bowl of the hook to prevent
        point loading.
 
23.   During use, personnel shall be alert for possible snagging.
 
24.   The web sling legs (branches) shall contain or support the load from the sides
        above the center of gravity when using a basket hitch.
 
25.    Tags and labels should be kept away from the load, hook and point of choke.
 
26.    Web slings should not be constricted or bunched between the ears of a clevis or shackle or in
         a hook. When a web sling is used with a shackle, it is recommended that it be used (rigged)
         in the bow of the shackle. When this is not possible, protect the sling eyes or connection
         points from damage.

 
27.   Place blocks under load prior to setting down the load to allow removal of the web sling,
        if applicable.

 
28.   For multiple-leg slings used with nonsymmetrical loads, an analysis by a qualified person
        should be performed to prevent overloading of any leg.

 
29.   If slings are cleaned, use only mild soap and water. Rinse slings thoroughly and allow to dry  
        completely before storing. Do not machine wash slings. Machine 
washing results in
        significant loss of strength.
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