Wire Rope Slings are available in any length.Standard Rope Diameters from 1/4″ to 1-1/2″Consult chart for sling specifications.
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Features of Tough-Lock Type 10 Wire Rope Slings.
- Safety splcing technique provides 100% efficiency in achieving working loads
- Extra-improved plow steel 6 X 26 construction for increased flexibility & abrasion
- Independent wire rope core eliminates crushing & offers greater design load ratings
- Permanent engraved metal ID tags shows ratings, diameter, length, part number, serial number and warnings.
- All slings adhere and comply with current specifications of OSHA, AMSE B30.9c-2000 Wire Rope Technical, and Associated Wire Rope Fabricators.
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We can also provide the following style wire rope slings.Type 12 (2-Leg Sling)
Type 13 (3-Leg Sling)
Type 14 (4-Leg Sling)
SINGLE BODY SLING STYLES
Type 1- Eye & Eye
Type 8- Thimble & Thimble
Type 14Eye & ThimbleWith Sliding Choker Hook
Type 15Eye & EyeWith: Sliding Choker Hook Latches not furnished onSliding Choker Hooks, unless requested.
Type 2- Eye & Hook
Type 9- Thimble & Hook
Type 3- Eye & Thimble
Type 10- Thimble & Slip-Thru Thimble
Type 4- Eye & Slip-Thru Thimble
Type 11- Thimble & Crescent Thimble
Type 5- Eye & Crescent Thimble
Type 12- Slip-Thru Thimble & Hook
Type 6- Crescent Thimble & Hook
Type 13- Slip-Thru Thimble - Both Ends
Type 7- Crescent Thimbles Both Ends
Please Note: Heavy duty, galvanized thimbles arestandard. Eye Hooks will be supplied with latches.
Flemish eye, mechanically swaged, single body wire rope slings feature 6 x 19 or 6 x 37 Construction, Extra Improved Plow Steel (EIPS), with an Independent Wire Rope Core (IWRC) for good abrasion resistance and a reasonable service life. Mechanically swaged, single body wire rope slings provide additional security, superior to return loop slings, should the swage sleeve become damaged during use. Thimbles greatly improve sling longevity, by protecting the rope at the connection points.Stainless Steel Slings, slings with fiber cores (with reduced work load limits), Cable Laid Slings with a galvanized finish, and larger diameter slings are also available.You must specify the sling type, diameter and length.USE, CARE, MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRIdentification Requirements:ASME B30.9-2006, Section 9-2.7.1Each sling shall be marked to show:a) name or trademark of manufactureb) rated load(s) for the types of hitches and the angle upon which it is basedc) diameter or sizeSling identification should be maintained during the life of the sling by the sling user.Prior to initial use all new swaged, socket, poured socket, turned back eye, mechanical joint grommets, and endless wire rope slings shall be proof tested by the manufacturer or qualified person. All wire rope slings incorporating used or repaired fittings and all repaired slings shall be proof tested by the manufacturer or qualified person.Store slings in a dry, clean area away from chemicals, dust, grit, elevated temperatures or conditions that cause ropes to kink.