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Date/Time:  12/26/22 8:09 GMT

Sling Lift and Rigging

TITANSUHE produces slings and rigging that are to be used with lifting
equipment or crane for positioning, lifting, and transferring large loads.
These sling lift and rigging can be categorized into three general types
according to their construction and materials: chain slings, polyester slings,
and wire rope slings. Sling lifting straps are more used for short-length
material handling or road rescues. Polyester slings are widely used in
applications that need soft touch and protection to the load's surface. Wire
rope slings can be engineered with extremely long lengths, suitable for long-
distance material and equipment handling such as bridge and building

Lifting Slings Types for Sale

Polyester Slings
Webbing Slings and round slings are usually used to lift loads that need
protection from damage. These polyester webbing slings are specially designed
to carry heavy loads and lift them safely. It's very strong yet lightweight,
and its flexibility reduces shock when loading. They come out with bright
colors and easily to identify their capacity on body.

Chain Sling
The chain sling is a very sturdy chain hook tool. Rigging lifting straps are
available with grade 100 or grade 80 chain that combined with different
accessories to form one, two, three or four chain legs. Hooks with different
ends and chain lengths are used for various construction or industrial sites.

Wire Rope Sling
Wire ropes are often made into different forms of slings for the lifting
industry due to their high strength, durability and wear resistance.

Why Choose Titansuhe be your lifting slings suppliers?

Each chain links and chain components are tempered and quenched to get high
strength and abrasion resistance for overhead lifting.To make chains fit
properly with hooks or hoists also get each link calibrated before delivery.
G80 chain can be used in any rigging application that requires a 30-80 grade
chain. To identify class 80 slings and lifting chains, all chains are marked
with embossed G80 on body. This do good for your checking during usage. The
chain components are also completed through a rigorous inspection process and
testing procedure to ensure that the end user gets a quality chain sling.

Safe Use of Hoists and Slings

Determine the load weight and be sure it’s within the rated capacity of the

Chose rigging slings that have suitable characteristics for the type of load,
hitch and environment.

Never use lifting slings exceeding its rated capacity. When using 2 leg or
multi-leg slings, the load angle will affect the rated load. See load chart

Lifting slings with fittings which are used as a choker hitch shall be of
sufficient length to assure that the choking action is on the slings and never
on a fitting.

When using lifting slings in a basket hitch, be attention to balance the load
and prevent slipping.

Be sure the fittings have proper shape and size of the opening that can seat
properly in the hook or other attachments.

Keep rigging slings away from the sharp corners, sharp edges that may cut or
damage the slings, protrusions or abrasive surfaces.

Do not drag slings on the floor or over an abrasive surface.

Do not twist or tie slings into knots or join slings by knotting.

Do not pull slings from under loads if the load is resting on the sling.

Do not drop slings equipped with metal fittings.

Do not use slings that have damages or defect unless it is inspected and
accepted by qualified person.

When use slings in hitched, it should be able to control the load.

Always stand clear from between the sling and the load, and from between the
sling and the crane hook or hoist hook.

Always keep personnel away from the suspended load.

Do not allowed personnel ride the sling.

Do not shock loading.

Do not twist and kink the sling legs.

Always center the load in the hook bowl to prevent point loading on the hook.

During lifting, with or without the load, personnel shall be alert for possible

When using slings a basket hitch, always contain and support the load from the
sides above the gravity center.

Always pay attention to the angle of the legs and select slings with enough
length to provide adequate rated capacity.

Place blocks under load prior to setting down the load, to allow removal of the
slings, if applicable.

Do not use Nylon or duplex polyester webbing sling at temperatures above of 194
degrees F (90 degrees C).

Do not expose the polyester slings under sunlight or ultra-violet light which
will degrade the strength of the slings. Always keep slings in a dry, cool and
dark place when not in use.

In choker hitch, slings shall be long enough so that the choker lifting chokes
onto the sling eye or body and never onto any fittings.

Do not use slings at angles of less than 30 degrees from horizontal.

Inspection Before Buy Lifting Slings
A. Initial Inspection

Before placing any new or repaired slings in service, always inspect the sling
and be sure that the correct sling is being used, and the sling meets the
requirements of this specification and has not been damaged in shipment.

Failure to read, understand and follow the use and inspection instructions with
each sling may result in severe personal injury or death

B. Frequent Inspection

Before each using, inspect the slings by a qualified person.

C. Periodic Inspection

Periodically inspect the slings by a designated personnel base on following

1. Sling using frequency

2. Sling service condition

3. Sling service life

4. Periodic inspections should be conducted at least monthly

Angle and Load Chart of Lifting & Rigging Slings
ANGLE is measured between a horizontal line and the sling leg or body. This
angle is very important and can have a dramatic effect on the rated capacity of
the sling. As illustrated, when this angle decreases, the load on each leg
increases. This principle applies whether one sling is used to pull at an
angle, in a basket hitch or for multi-legged bridle slings. This data is only
for equally loaded sling legs. Sling angles of less than 30 degrees are not

Sling Angle in Degrees Factor
90 1.000
85 0.996
80 0.985
75 0.966
70 0.94
65 0.906
60 0.866
55 0.819
50 0.766
45 0.707
40 0.643
35 0.574
30 0.500

Lifting Tools and Equipment

Chain Hoist

Wire Rope Hoist

Trolley & Clamps

Lifting Clamps

Lifting Jack

Lifting & Rigging Slings

Polyester Slings

Chain Sling

Wire Rope Sling

Wire Rope Winches

Material Handling Equipment

Rigging Equipment

Tools & Hardware


Removal Lifting & Rigging Slings From Service
Removed slings from service if any of the following are visible:

Sling tag information is missing or not readable.

Acid or alkalis burns.

Melting, charring or weld spatter of any part of the sling.

Holes, tears, cuts, snags or embedded particles.

Broken or worn stitching in load bearing splices.

Excessive abrasive wear.

Knots in any part of the sling.

Distortion, excessive pitting,corrosion or broken fittings.

Any conditions which cause doubt as to the strength of the sling.

Metal Fittings that are cracked, deformed, including melting or charring.

Hooks with throat openings increased by more than 15 percent or twisted out of
plane more than 10 degrees.

If you need any kinds of lifting products, please contact us, as one of the
most professional lifting equipment manufacturers, TITANSUHE is willing to
offer you high quality products.

Minimum Order: 1 sets

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