Lifting heavy loads with the regular slings of nylon or polyester is a cumbersome process; it might break down, causerough strain, and produce too much friction. These slings also scratch, mar, and crush delicate loads. If this is your problem, consider switching to synthetic lifting slings. These slings are your new solution to old-age problems; they are durable and easy to carry. A synthetic sling is optimum for carrying overhead loads; it is flexible, lightweight, and has more tensile strength than the traditional slings.
Putting the picture clear
Understanding the product to its depth is essential to exploit it fully. A synthetic sling is made of high-performingfibers such as nylon or polyesterthat have high tensile strength, are lightweight, durable, and high performance. They are popular in construction industries as it is cheap and easy to use.
The synthetic sling can be easily folded around tubes or heavy ridged materials. The soft texture of the sling does not harm small and soft loads and can be used for lifting them as well.
The different types of synthetic slings
- Synthetic polyester sling- The stretching capacity is up to 10%; sincepolyester is a soft material, it can reduce the shock of loading. It also does not disintegrate when coming in contact with acids, esters, or strong alkalis. It sometimes also retains moisture due to its water retention capacity, but it does not affect its strength.
- Synthetic nylon sling- It can be stretched up to 3% of its length. It is resistant to corrosion from bleaching agents and an acidic environment.
Whether your lifting requirement is for construction, at ports, or in an industrial area, an artificial lift is ideal for all locations. Change to the new lifting style today.