Web Slings Type 4: TWISTED EYE-EYE

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Web Slings TYPE 4 – TWISTED EYE-EYE

  • Twisted Eye slings are similar to Type3, except the eyes are turned 90 degrees to form a better choker hitch.
  • This type of eye also nests together better on the crane hook when used in a basket hitch.
  •  Our standard TWISTED EYE & EYE web sling come with reinforced lifting eyes.

 

 

Polyester Webbing Breaking Strength: 9,800lbs/ Inch

Safety Factor: 5:1

1-PLY Vertical Lift (lbs) Choked Lift (lbs) Basket Lift (lbs) Eye Length (inch) Eye Width (inch)
Web Width
1" 1,600 1,280 3,200 10" 1"
2" 3,100 2,480 6,200 12" 1"
3" 4,700 3,760 9,400 12" 1.5"
4" 6,200 4,960 12,400 14" 2"
5" 7,800 6,240 15,600 14" 1.75"
6" 9,300 7,440 18,600 16" 2"
8" 11,800 9,440 23,600 20" 3"
10" 14,700 11,760 29,400 24" 3.5"
12" 17,600 14,080 35,200 28" 4"

 


 

2-PLY Vertical Lift(lbs) Choked Lift(lbs) Basket Lift(lbs) Eye Length (inch) Eye Width (inch)
Web Width
1" 3,100 2,480 6,200 10" 1"
2" 6,200 4,960 12,400 12" 1"
3" 8,800 7,040 17,600 12" 1.5"
4" 11,000 8,800 22,000 14" 2"
5" 13,700 10,960 27,400 14" 1.75"
6" 16,500 13,200 33,000 16" 2"
8" 22,700 18,160 45,400 20" 3"
10" 28,400 22,720 56,800 24" 3.5"
12" 34,100 27,280 68,200 28" 4"

 

  WARNING!! DO NOT EXCEED RATED CAPACITIES

 

Polyester Webbing Breaking Strength: 9,800lbs/ Inch

Safety Factor: 5:1

  • Easy use combined with industrial rigging for its lightness and flexibility.
  • Able to print company names and others.
  • RED YARN woven into the core of the webbing to serve only as one of many aids in determining whether and when a sling should be removed from service.

POLYESTER SLING CHARACTERISTICS

  • Low elongation

 

REMOVAL FROM SERVICE

A  web sling shall be removed from service if any of the following are visible:

  •  If sling rated capacity or sling material identification is missing or not readable.
  •  Acid or alkalis burns.
  •  Melting, charring or weld spatters on any part of the web sling.
  •  Holes, tears, cuts, snags or embedded particles.
  •  Broken or worn, stitching in load bearing splices.
  •  Excessive abrasive wear.
  •  Knots in any part of the web sling.
  •  Excessive pitting, corrosion, cracked, distorted or broken fittings.
  •  Any other visible damage that causes doubt as to the strength of the sling.

 

INSPECTION RECORDS

Written inspection records, utilizing the identification for each sling as established by the user, should be kept on file for all web slings. These records should show a description of the sling and its condition on each periodic inspection.

           

WEB SLING SAFETY USE CHEMICAL CHART

  CHEMICAL    NYLON   POLYESTER
Acid NO *
Alcohol OK OK
Aldehydes OK NO
Strong Alkalis OK **
Bleaching Agents NO OK
Dry Cleaning Solvents OK OK
Ethers OK NO
Halogenated Hydrocarbons OK OK
Hydrocarbons OK OK
Ketones OK OK
Oil, Crude OK OK
Oil Lubricating OK OK
Soaps, Detergents OK OK
Water, Seawater OK OK
Weak Alkalis OK OK

 

     * Disintegrated by concentrated sulfuric acid.

  ** Degraded by strong alkalies at elevated temperatures.