supplying polyester Web sling, According to ASME B30.9, WSTDA Standard, SF 5:1
Synthetic web slings are generally constructed of nylon, or less frequently, polyester material and offer several attractive features which promote their popularity among rigging products. They are often selected when expensive, highly polished, fragile or delicate loads must be lifted. The softness of the web will not mar, deface or scratch loads, while its flexibility assures a firm, secure grip around the item being lifted. The light weight of the material, combined with superb flexibility allow the slings to be quickly and safely handled by riggers.
Web slings have the ability to elongate, absorbing and minimizing the effects of heavy shock loads. Nylon slings may stretch 6-8% at rated capacity, while polyester slings limit stretch to approximately 3% under similar circumstances. Long life cycles may be experienced since synthetic web is unaffected by moisture, mildew, rot and certain chemicals. Polyester should be used in the presence of acids and nylon should be used where alkalis exist.
Synthetic web slings are manufactured from light or heavy duty material that has been surface "treated" to improve abrasion resistance, seal out moisture, and prevent grit from penetrating the web and causing internal wear. Slings can be fabricated from single or multiple plies, may include accessories such as edgeguard, wear pads or sleeves, and are available in several configurations:
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