|Place of Origin:||China|
|Brand Name:||Dahua Sling|
|Certification:||BS EN 1492-1:2000|
|Model Number:||web sling|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1000 pcs|
|Price:||USD 30,000 / 20'GP|
|Logo:||We Do It Oursleves||Eye Protector:||White Black Or Same As Webbing|
|Material:||100 % Polyester||Layer::||1 Layer Endless Deposable Sling|
|Packing:||Blank Or Printed Lat Endless Sling||Sling Type:||Endless Flat Webbing Sling|
|W.L.L:||3000KG||COLOR:||Yellow Endless Sling|
|Standard:||BS EN 1492-1:2000 One Way Sling|
endless webbing sling,
flat endless belt
One way single use slings 2 mtr X 1 ton SWL for tubing pipe manufacturers for lifting boats bargets
Although these types of lifting slings are called one way slings, or disposable lifting slings, it is more out of habit as it is no longer the case that they can only be used once; a recent change in legislation means that this type of lifting sling now has to have a safety factor of 7:1 – up from the previous 5:1.
The upgraded breaking load safety factor enables more than just one use in normal lifting operations and working conditions.
Why Use a One Way Sling / Disposable Lifting Sling?
These slings offer a low cost means of lifting, loading, transporting and unloading certain types of cargo; they are designed to be attached/fitted to the load for the very first lifting operation, they will stay with the load throughout its journey which may or may not include loading and unloading multiple times, until it arrives at its final destination. It is common place to remove and destroy the slings after completion of the lifting operation, especially when it is for more odd-ball loads, such as moving a barge or boat.
Having our own fully automated machines, we are able to make your one way slings to suit your requirements, length, width and SWL; they are precisely cut to length, label printing to produce specific details of each sling (stitched in), automatic sewing for accurately stitched slings. We can produce these slings as one offs or in multiples – indeed many customers place regular orders for thousands at a time. Whether you require endless slings or with soft eyes at each end we can fulfil your order to high specifications, fully tested and certified and within a short timeframe.
Where are One Way Slings used?
One way slings are commonly used by tubing / pipe manufacturers as well as lifting and transporting large structures for the construction industry, this often includes roof trusses and pre-fabricated timber, housing panels / walls. Another use for one way slings is for lifting boats and barges from water to dry dock for repairs and maintenance or for transportation to another location.
One way slings are used in many other areas including manufacturers of steel mesh, steel bars, and on production lines for assembling components.
How are Disposable Lifting Slings Used?
Disposable lifting slings are typically used in two ways; they can be built into a structure during the final manufacturing stages, at specific locations to ensure the load will be evenly balanced when lifting and manoeuvring. When this type of load is set down at its final resting place the sling is often left in situ, hidden from view; this scenario saves huge amounts of time both during transportation and on site and additional slings are not needed so there will be no compatibility issues.
The second way is probably the most common method, where the sling is simply wrapped and secured around the load and connected to a lifting device. Again they will stay with the load throughout its operation until the sling is completely removed at the final destination.
Each order of slings can be batch tested on our in-house calibrated tensile testing equipment to class 0.5 accuracy (0.5% max deviation).
These slings may be used for multiple lifts on the load they are primarily attached to, but must not be removed and re-used on another load.
Standard slings are available in 1000mm, 1200mm, 1600mm and 1800mm circumferences which is divided by 2 to calculate the Effective Working Length (EWL), due to them being endless belts, however other lengths are available as special/custom/bespoke units.
*Safety Factor is calculated as Working Load Limit (WLL) multiplied by a factor of 7 to equal minimum breaking force when new e.g. a 500kg WLL x 7 = 3, 500 Kg minimum breaking load (when new).
Care and Use:
|Always||· Store and handle webbing slings correctly.|
|· Inspect webbing slings and accessories before use and before placing into storage.|
|· Follow safe slinging practices, as given overleaf.|
|· Position the bight for choke lift at 120° (natural angle).|
|· Position the sling so that the load is uniformly spread over its width and protect the sling from sharp edges.|
|· Apply the correct mode factor for the slinging arrangement.|
|Never||· Attempt to shorten, knot or tie webbing slings.|
|· Expose webbing slings to direct heat or flames.|
|· Use webbing slings at temperatures above 80°C or below 0°C without consulting the supplier.|
|· Expose webbing slings to chemicals without consulting the supplier.|
|· Shock load webbing slings.|
|· Use webbing slings which are cut or which have loose or damaged stitching.|
|· Use a sling with a missing/damaged label or illegible markings|
|Storing and Handling Webbing Slings||· Never return wet, damaged or contaminated slings to storage. They should be cleaned with clear water and dried naturally. Never force dry webbing slings.|
|· Store webbing slings hung from non-rusting pegs which allow the free circulation of air.|
|· The storage area should be dry, clean, free of any contaminates and shaded from direct sunlight.|
|· Do not alter, modify or repair a webbing sling but refer such matters to a Competent Person.|
|Using Webbing Slings Safely||· Do not attempt lifting operations unless you understand the use of the equipment, the slinging procedures and the mode factors to be applied.|
|· Do not use defective slings or accessories.|
|· Check the correct engagement with fittings and appliances, ensure smooth radii are formed, do not twist or cross slings and do not overcrowd fittings.|
|· Position the sling so that the load is uniformly spread over its width.|
|· Position the bight for a choke lift at the natural (120°) angle to prevent friction being generated.|
|· Ensure that stitching is in the standing part of the sling away from hooks and other fittings.|
|· Take the load steadily and avoid shock loads.|
|· Do not leave suspended loads unattended. In an emergency cordon off the area.
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