To select and order certified round lifting slings
1. Determine the maximum weight and size of the load to be lifted.
2. Determine length of the sling needed to fit your application. Be sure to take into account whether the sling will be used in a vertical, choker, or basket capacity.
3. Refer to the working load limit chart provided on the main round slings page to find the sling that matches your application.
4. Click on the part number that corresponds to the correct sling for your application.
You'll find a list of available lengths to add to your cart.
|All our certified round lifting slings are marked with a Rated Capacities Tag:|
Before each use, all slings, all fastenings, and all attachments should be inspected for defects or damage. Additional inspections should be performed on a regular basis. Damaged or defective slings should be removed from service immediately.
A sling should be removed from service if damage such as the following is visible, and should only be returned to service when approved by a certified sling manufacturer.
1. Acid or caustic burns
2. Melting or charring of any part of the sling
3. Holes, tears, cuts or snags
4. Excessive abrasive wear
5. Knots in any part of the sling
6. Excessive pitting, corrosion, cracking or distortion in end fittings
7. Other visible damage that causes doubt as to the strength of the sling