"Cobra" Compact Round Lifting Slings (endless lifting slings). Conforms to BS EN 1492-2 - Range from 1000kg to 5,000kg.
Manufacturing Standard: BS EN 1492-2
Round Lifting Slings (Fibre Endless Slings) with circular/tubed body (thinner and more rigid when compared to standard round slings).
You will only fully appreciate this innovative version of the round lifting sling by actually looking, touching and using it! The compact design still retains the 7:1 factor of safety to conform to BS EN 1492-2.
A webbing round sling has many other name that people in the lifting industry refer to them by, for example as a soft sling or endless lifting sling (because there is no end), a lifting round strap or webbing or woven sling and many more! The design of the 'Cobra' round sling ensures lifting with the best safety conditions and excellent ergonomics.
A cost effective lightweight lifting sling that is soft to touch and much less likely to cause damage the material being lifted; it will not cause the type of injuries to the user associated with wire rope sling (cuts caused by broken wires, manual handling or impact injuries).
Fibre round slings are comparatively cheap compared to most alternative lifting slings and tend to be more flexible, lighter, and have a better FOS, the end result being that the customer tends to save money with the purchase and achieves greater productivity from staff operating.
Advantages of the 'Cobra' Round Sling
- Tubular like design - More compact than a standard polyester round sling (see below image).
- The sling retains its rigidity, so is easy to work with and use.
- Because of its design, the sling doesn't tangle, and is easy to store.
- Operating temperature between +100°C and -40°C.
Comparison to standard round sling
Sling Capacities and Colour Codes
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Thanks to the design, the sling does not tangle
Reduction in protective sleeve size due to the compact sling design
The sling naturally sits itself easier in the hook
More ergonoically friendly during the the rigging process due to rigidity