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Sling Information

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This "Sling Information" page is intended to share some of the basics, involving Chain Slings, Wire Rope Slings, Nylon Slings, Web Slings, Polyester Slings, Twin-Path Slings and Slingmax Slings.

If you have any questions regarding the following definitions, please feel free to contact us by phone at 1-888-426-3755 or by e-mail.

cornermax
CornerMax Wear Pads The best defense against cutting your nylon slings during a lift... CornerMax Wear Pads. HSI Hanes Supply can custom create pads and slings that best suit your needs. For complete details or more sling information contact a HSI Hanes Representative via e-mail or call 888-426-3755.




Chain Sling Information (Part 1)
Part 1 covers: "Types of Chain Slings," "How to Order Chain Slings," "Care, Use and Inspection" and "Certificate of Test and Identification".





Chain Sling Information (Part 2)
Part 2 covers charts of: "CM Single Chain Sling Types S&C," "CM Double Chain Sling Type D" and "CM Triple Chain Sling Types T&Q".




Chain Sling Information (Part 3)

Part 3 covers: "Tool Box," "Basket," "Endless Basket," "Adjustable Single" and "Double Loop" Type Slings.


Nylon Sling & Web Sling Definitions
Intended to explain common terms and definitions used with Nylon Slings, Web Slings, Twin Path Slings and Slingmax Slings.


Nylon Sling & Web Sling Environmental Conciderations
Contents includes information on Nylon Slings, Polyester Slings and Web Slings, focusing on Environmental Considerations.


Nylon Sling & Web Sling Information
Covers: Important Facts About Buffalo Web Slings including Polyester Sling, Web Sling and Nylon Sling Information.


Nylon Sling & Web Sling Inspections
Proper usage and knowledge of slings is an essential safety factor for all sling usage. This covers the basics in Web Sling Inspections


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Rigging Guidlines
Contains useful tips to help the Rigger do his job more efficiently and safely.


slings OSHA Regulations Slings 1910.184
Contains useful sling regulations and guidelines from the Occupational Safety & Health Administration, better known as OSHA. Includes sling definitions and sling safety for all types of slings as well as Rated Capacities (Working Load Limit) Charts for Alloy Steel Slings, Chain Slings, Single Leg Slings, 3-Leg Bridle Slings and much more.


web sling glossary link Wire Rope Sling, Nylon Sling & Web Sling Glossary
Intended to explain common terms and definitions used with Lifting Slings, including Wire Rope Slings, Nylon Slings, Web Slings, Twin Path Slings and Slingmax Slings.


Sling Brochure
Contains information on Nylon Slings, Web Slings, Wire Rope Slings, Herc Alloy Chain Slings, Round Slings, Twin-Path Slings and Cornermax Slings. Our Slings Brochure contains just some of the slings that we produce at Hanes Supply. It also features images of rigging projects lifting with slings that we manufactured. If you would like additional information about slings or sling accessories, please contact us at 1-888-426-3755 or e-mail us by clicking here. To review our Slings Brochure in Adobe Acrobat, CLICK HERE.


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