Flexibility, weight, strength, and non-marring properties make synthetic slings the most sought after slings for contractors and riggers alike. Because of these inherent features, extreme caution as to selection, care and general use must be exercised. Observe all pertinent instruction provided by OSHA and ASME. Adhere to manufacturers warnings, recommendations, and guidelines. FAILURE TO DO SO COULD RESULT IN INJURY OR DEATH.
Unaffected by grease or oils, plus having a good resistance to chemicals such as ethers, alkalis, and alcohols, the nylon sling is the most widely used and best general purpose sling today.
Nylon and Polyester feature the advanced process of incorporating a series of red warning markers woven into the core of the webbing. When the sling body or eyes become worn, cut or damaged the red yarn becomes exposed and affords the user the opportunity to remove the sling from service.View More Information