The effect of sling angle on tension. As noted in WTSDA Web Sling Standard WS-1, slings angles have a dramatic impact on WLL capacities of slings. In Europe these tables are documented in European Standard DIN EN 1492-1/-2 which display the working load limit efficieny based in lifting angles
Polyester Round Slings
Light Weight & Durable
Low Stretch Properties for Optimum Use in Low Headroom Applications
Please read and comply with all warnings on labels and packaging. Failure to do so may result in loss of load or serious property damage and / or personal injury. Always inspect slings for damage and excessive wear prior to using. DO NOT USE if fibers are cut, burned, melted or have been exposed to unknown chemicals. DO NOT USE if wires are broken or severely deformed or if eye crimps have become loose or broken. Discard and replace appropriately. For Operating and Inspection Manuals for Synthetic Web Slings, see the Web Sling & Tie-Down Association Publication WSTDA-WS-2 at www.wstda.com. For Operating and Inspection Manuals for Polyester Round Slings, see the Web Sling & Tie-Down Association Publication WSTDA-RS-2 at www.wstda.com. For Operating and inspection Requirements for Wire Rope Slings, see OSHA Part 1910.184 Slings or Contact the Association of Wire Rope Fabricators AWRF at www.awrf.org.
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