2 Leg Wire Rope Sling With Eye Hooks
2 Leg Wire Rope Sling With Eye Hooks - 1/4"x5(ft) is backordered and will ship as soon as it is back in stock.
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Wire Rope Slings are the most common and lowest cost per ton of lift of all slings. Edwards Wire Rope Slings provide the strength and sturdiness required for lifting those tough loads. Used in the construction industry and other industries where heavy loads rugged conditions exist. Available in many configurations with a variety of end fittings, Edwards® Wire Rope Slings can be the solution to your load lifting requirements.
•Reserve strength - integrity of eyes not solely dependent upon steel sleeves.
• Independent wire rope core resists crushing.
• When specified, thimble eyes protect wire rope from wear for increased life.
• Good abrasion resistance for longer life.
**Any Sling Configuration Is Available Call or email Us With Your Requirements**
Care & Use Of Wire Rope Slings
Tests have shown that whenever a sling body is bent around a diameter, the strength of the sling is decreased. D/d ratio is the
ratio of the diameter around which the sling is bent divided by the body diameter of the sling.
The capacities in this catalog are based on the minimum D/d ratios that appear below each of the capacity tables. For more severe
bending conditions, contact Edwards for revised capacities.
• Store in a clean, dry place and protect from mechanical
damage, extreme heat, corrosion or kinking.
• Keep sling lubricated.
• Check weight of load.
• Check sling rated load for type of lift, and angle of loading (see
load angle chart 4).
• Sling shall always be protected from being cut by sharp
corners, sharp edges, protrusions or abrasive surfaces.
• Center load on base (bowl) of hook unless hook is designed for
• Balance load.
• Avoid jerking the load.
• Maintain load control.
• Be alert for snagging of load.
• Avoid dragging sling over rough surfaces and from under load.
• Restrict use to temperatures below 400° F and above -60° F.
INSPECTION: Remove sling from service if any of the following are visible:
• Ten broken wires in one rope lay or five wires in one strand in one rope lay.
• Wear or other loss of one-third of the original diameter of the individual wires.
• Evidence of heat damage or corrosion of rope (internal and external) or attachments.
• Kinking, crushing, bird caging, or any other damage resulting in distortion of the rope structure.
• End attachments, including hooks, that are cracked, deformed or obviously worn.
DO NOT inspect a sling by passing bare hands over the wire rope.
WARNING: Do not exceed rated capacities. Sling capacity decreasesas the angle from horizontal decreases. Slings should not be used at
angles of less than 30°.