Lifting slings appear in a wide range of shapes, sizes and materials, here at Rope Services Directwe can manufacture and supply most types to your precise specifications. From web slings to chain slings, wire rope slings to round slings, fibre rope slings and much more.
Types of Lifting Slings
We have our own clean workshop with industrial cutting and sewing machinery which enables us to manufacture custom products. Examples include web slings, round slings, one way slings / single use slings, endless slings and more. Webbing materials come in a range of widths, and colours to suit the safe working load required. Webbing can be made into lifting slings, straps and strops which may have soft eyes or be endless. Other fittings may be stitched in during manufacture. We also produce wear sleeves or protective sleeves to suit any sling. Sleeves help with wear reduction in high stress areas and essentially extending the working life of your sling.
Fibre Rope Lifting Slings
We can supply many types offibre ropessuch as natural manila, sisal, cotton, or man-made polypropylene, nylon and polyester, we have skilled people on our team who can hand splice these ropes the traditional way. We can also addsoft eyes, addthimblesand supply hooks to be used as tow rope kits.
People use lifting slings in a vast range of industries and environments on a daily basis. Without them simple lifting tasks would be longer, slower and much more labour intensive. Look after your lifting slings carefully and they will look after you. Using worn webbing slings can be dangerous as can using wire rope with broken wires. Checks should be completed for potential problems before every use. Competant personnel should carry out thorough inspections on lifting slings every 6 months. This is in accordance with the latest laws and guidelines. The Team at Rope Services Direct can carry out such thorough examinations byLOLER approved, trained members.
Get in touch
If you have any questions relating to any lifting sling just contact us. We can provide help with your choices and highly competitive quotes. Call 01384 78004 today. The RSD team have the ability to inspect and repair many slings so before you dispose of your old equipment let us take a look.