Flat Webbing Slings 4Tx4M

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A flat webbing sling is a flexible and durable lifting or towing device made from a flat strip of synthetic material, typically polyester, nylon, or polypropylene. These slings are designed for various material handling applications, such as lifting and securing loads in construction, manufacturing, and transportation industries. The flat design allows for a wide surface area, distributing the load evenly and reducing the risk of damage to the load. Flat webbing slings often feature reinforced loops at each end for attachment to lifting equipment, providing a versatile and reliable solution for lifting and moving heavy objects.

1. High-strength polyester
2. Extension rate less then 7%
3. Packed by shrink bag


Flat Webbing Slings Uses 

  1. Lifting and Hoisting: Flat webbing slings are frequently used for lifting and hoisting heavy loads in construction, manufacturing, and shipping. They provide a secure and even distribution of the load weight, reducing the risk of damage to both the load and the sling.
  2. Load Securing: These slings are employed to secure loads during transportation. They can be used to tie down and stabilize cargo on trucks, trailers, or ships, ensuring that the load remains in place and is transported safely.
  3. Material Handling: In warehouses and distribution centers, flat webbing slings are utilized for handling materials and goods. They can be attached to cranes, forklifts, or other lifting equipment to move and position items efficiently.
  4. Construction and Rigging: Flat webbing slings are commonly employed in construction sites for tasks such as lifting steel beams, precast concrete elements, and other heavy construction materials. They are also used in rigging applications for setting up temporary structures.
  5. Marine and Offshore Operations: Due to their resistance to moisture and corrosion, flat webbing slings are suitable for marine and offshore lifting applications. They can be used for lifting and securing loads on ships, docks, and oil platforms.
  6. Utilities and Power Generation: Flat webbing slings are utilized in the maintenance and installation of equipment in power plants, utility facilities, and electrical infrastructure. They provide a reliable means of lifting and positioning heavy components.
  7. Rescue Operations: In emergency situations, flat webbing slings can be employed for rescue operations, such as hoisting and lowering equipment or personnel in confined spaces or elevated locations.
  8. Agricultural Applications: Flat webbing slings can be used in agriculture for lifting and moving heavy loads, such as bales of hay or machinery.
  9. Event Rigging: In the entertainment industry, flat webbing slings may be used for rigging and suspending equipment, lighting, or scenery during events and performances.
  10. Personal and Recreational Use: Smaller versions of flat webbing slings may be used in outdoor activities like camping, hiking, or rock climbing for various applications, such as securing gear or creating makeshift supports.
SKU: AHS17346 Category:



Safety measures and precautions

  1. Inspection: Regularly inspect flat webbing slings before each use. Look for signs of wear, damage, cuts, or fraying. If any defects are found, replace the sling immediately.
  2. Load Capacity: Always ensure that the flat webbing sling has the appropriate load capacity for the task at hand. Refer to the manufacturer’s guidelines and markings on the sling to determine its maximum load capacity.
  3. Proper Sling Selection: Choose the appropriate type and size of flat webbing sling for the specific lifting or rigging application. Different slings may have different properties and load-bearing capacities.
  4. Correct Attachment Points: Attach the flat webbing sling to the load at designated and suitable attachment points. Avoid sharp edges and abrasive surfaces that may damage the sling.
  5. Avoid Twisting and Knots: Prevent twisting or knotting of the flat webbing sling during use. Ensure that the sling lies flat against the load to maintain its strength and integrity.
  6. Avoid Shock Loading: Avoid sudden or jerky movements, as these can lead to shock loading. Shock loading significantly increases the force on the sling and may cause failure. Lift and move loads smoothly and steadily.
  7. Protect Against Abrasion: Use protective sleeves or pads to prevent abrasion and damage to the flat webbing sling, especially when lifting sharp-edged or abrasive loads.
  8. Angle Adjustment: Take into account the angle of the sling when lifting. As the angle between the sling legs increases, the load on each leg also increases. Refer to load charts to determine the appropriate capacity for various angles.
  9. Avoid Overloading: Never exceed the rated load capacity of the flat webbing sling. Be aware of the weight of the load and ensure it is within the safe working load limits of the sling.
  10. Proper Storage: Store flat webbing slings in a clean, dry, and cool environment. Avoid exposure to direct sunlight, chemicals, and extreme temperatures, as these can degrade the material.
  11. Training and Competence: Ensure that operators and riggers are properly trained in the safe use of flat webbing slings. Competent personnel should be responsible for inspecting, attaching, and using the slings.
  12. Use in Conjunction with Proper Equipment: When using flat webbing slings with lifting equipment (e.g., cranes, hoists), make sure that the equipment is in good working condition and properly maintained.
  13. Follow Manufacturer’s Instructions: Adhere to the manufacturer’s guidelines and instructions for the specific flat webbing sling being used. This includes information on inspections, usage, and maintenance.
  14. Emergency Procedures: Have emergency procedures in place, including the knowledge of how to safely lower a load in case of equipment failure or emergency situations.


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