EN standard 2T double layer flat web sling SF6:1
Product code: FS-E6DEE020
Number of layers: Double layer
Lifting capacity: 2T
Safety factor: 6:1
Application: Used in shipbuilding, metallurgy, machinery, mining, petroleum, chemical industry, port, electric power, electronics, transportation, military industry and other fields.See more
ASME standard 12" two ply flat web sling
Product code: FS-A5DEE21500lbs
Web Width (in): 12"See more
ASME standard 10" two ply flat web sling
Product code: FS-A5DEE17900lbs
Web Width (in): 10"See more
ASME standard 8" two ply flat web sling
Product code: FS-A5DEE19200lbs
Web Width (in): 8"See more
ASME standard 6" two ply flat web sling
Product code: FS-A5DEE16500lbs
Web Width (in): 6"See more
ASME standard 4" two ply flat web sling
Product code: FS-A5DEE12000lbs
Web Width (in): 4"See more
ASME standard 3" two ply flat web sling
Product code: FS-A5DEE8800lbs
Web Width (in): 3"See more
ASME standard 2" two ply flat web sling
Product code: FS-A5DEE6400lbs
Web Width (in): 2"See more
ASME standard 1" two ply flat web sling
Product code: FS-A5DEE3200lbs
Web Width (in): 1"See more
ASME standard round sling 90000LBS
Product code: RS-A5EN90000
Min.Length(FT): 8See more
ASME standard round sling 68000LBS
Product code: RS-A5EN68000
Min.Length(FT): 8See more
ASME standard round sling 54000LBS
Product code: RS-A5EN54000
Min.Length(FT): 8See more
What Is Webbing Lifting Sling Used For
Like most slings, Webbing Lifting Sling are designed to be used to help aid in the lifting of heavy Duty objects that cannot be lifted with just your hands. Woven and made from polyester, webbing slings are far lighter and easier to use than their chain and wire counterparts, making attaching and removing them to the object at hand far easier, which is particularly helpful if the object is an odd shape or is particularly wide.
Their versatility also means webbing slings are useful for towing, meaning they can come in very handy should your vehicle breakdown. They’re also useful should your vehicle become stuck in either mud or snow, as webbing slings are great for towing vehicles that have become stuck.
Elsewhere, you’ll likely find webbing slings used by those who enjoy mountain climbing, as they make a great piece of climbing protection during tricky climbs to help climbers secure themselves onto rocks or trees.
Uses for Webbing Lifting Sling
Now that you understand what makes this gear so useful, below we have looked at the two primary uses below, which account for the majority of applications for this type of equipment.
1) Lifting and lowering tasks
Starting with the most common application for webbing slings; they are extremely useful for lifting and lowering tasks. While they do have a smaller maximum lifting weight, they are particularly useful in situations when the strength of the lifting equipment isn’t such a priority. For example, thanks to their flexible nature, webbing slings are perfect for wrapping around
2) Towing and pulling tasks
Webbing slings are ideal for towing tasks, helping to save time and money. They have the quality of being lightweight, flexible and easy to store, which is perfect for towing and pulling tasks. Car towing They find great use with towing tasks
3) Mountain climbing
Webbing slings are actively used in mountain climbing, and are recommended by The British Mountaineering Council. Webbing slings protect the lead climber by placing it around rocks or trees or to thread holes. Slings attach other pieces of climber rope protection. Should a longer link be needed, then a longer webbing sling can be used.
Webbing slings are ideal for lifting boats safely, which is occasionally a requirement when storing a boat or docking. Specialist slings are available with extra eyes, sleeves and lead weights for helping to sink the sling.
5) Vehicle towing
Slings are perfect for towing of vehicles such as cars, lorries, diggers, trucks, caravans, horseboxes as well as trailers. When used as vehicle recovery straps they are ideal where de-bogging is necessary, i.e. vehicles stranded in mud, snow, ditches, sand, etc.
6) Creating a slackline
If you need to create a slack line, which is a line that runs between two points, webbing slings are often the piece of equipment of choice.
7) Pipe laying
Webbing slings are actively used in the laying of pipes. The slings are simply attached around the pipe which can then be lifted or lowered into position.
8) Relaxing hammock
Looking for a place to relax? You can tie a webbing sling around a tree or post to create a relaxing hammock! This has to be one of our favourite uses for this equipment!
The Safety Factor of A Webbing Sling
Due to their versatility, webbing slings are designed to be used with slightly lighter loads than a chain or wire sling. To understand what is the maximum load size a webbing sling can handle, it’s helpful to refer to the webbing’s safety factor.
A webbing sling’s safety factor is expressed in the form of a ratio. For example, if a webbing sling has a ratio of 4:1, this means the sling can handle a load of up to 4 times its safe workload.
To help with this, all our webbing adheres to the universal colour coding for slings, making it easy and simple to know which sling is best suited for the role. Webbing slings comes in 8 different colours, which are:
Webbing Lifting Sling of Variety Weight
Webbing slings are safe to use for a variety of weights. Listed below is the universal colour coding chart:
1 tonne load Webbing Sling= purple
2 tonnes load Webbing Sling= green
3 tonnes load Webbing Sling= yellow
4 tonnes load Webbing Sling= grey
5 tonnes load Webbing Sling= red
6 tonnes load Webbing Sling= brown
8 tonnes load Webbing Sling= blue
10 tonnes load Webbing Sling= orange
10+ tonnes Webbing Sling– not part of the colour coding chart but orange is used