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ROUND SLINGS, ENDLESS

Polyester endless round slings, WLL up to 120 ton

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ROUND SLINGS, ENDLESS
ROUND SLINGS, ENDLESS
ROUND SLINGS, ENDLESS
ROUND SLINGS, ENDLESS
ROUND SLINGS, ENDLESS
ROUND SLINGS, ENDLESS
ROUND SLINGS, ENDLESS

EN1492-2:2009
DM 2006/42/CE

What is..
Round sling is an all-purpose lifting sling, which is both high strong and no damaging its load.  Round sling is a continuous loop made from polyester yarn encased in sleeve of polyester. The sleeve is so constructed that it protects the internal rows of yarn filament and keeps them in parallel formation at all time. Sleeves are colored according to EN 1492-2:2009 standard to validate the sling capacity.


Advantages
  • Extremely light in weight and infinitely flexible in all directions.
  • It is easy and quick to manipulate even when awkwardly shaped or fragile loads are being lifted.
  • Begni Group COBRA® SLEEVES are much more THICK and rich than the standard ones on the market: that means that our round slings have longer life and the lifting operations are more safe. 


Technical properties
  • MAX WLL 120t.
  • Safety factor 7:1.
  • MIN Lenght: 0,5 m / MIN Circle length: 1m.
  • MAX Length: 50m / MAX Circle length: 100 m.
  • Compliant to DM2006/42/CE, EN1492-2.


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NOTES

Color helps in choosing the rigth WLL. Max length: 50m. Max WLL: 120t. Goods are packaged in strong heat membrane. Anti-cut and anti-abrasion protection available.
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