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All Round and Web Slings are supplied with LOLER and Report of Thorough Examination Certificates, they’re also assessed and registered against the provisions of BS EN ISO 9001: 2008 for the “manufacture and supply of lifting slings, lashing equipment, harnesses and associated products”.
Our range of seamless round lifting slings have all been manufactured in the UK. They use high quality, tightly woven single cover, which is colour-coded to denote the slings WLL. When you choose to utilise our lifting sling hire services, you will not be disappointed. Our full range of different colour coded lifting slings will make lifting loads seamless. Due to the variety of different types of round lifting slings we have, we are guaranteed to be able to offer something suitable for you and your project. The cover encloses a load-bearing core of high tenacity polyester yarn. This provides the webbing lifting slings with greater lifting capabilities.
While most of our webbing slings terminate with reinforced soft eyes, we can also offer slings which have steel end fittings, or which terminate with a wide range of different lifting components. As well as single webbing slings, we can also supply two, three, and four leg sling assemblies. We always aim to completely tailor our lifting sling and shackle hire services to each and every customer and will always provide you with the most appropriate solutions.
All shackles are supplied with full LOLER Certification, and they can also be engraved for a small charge.
Our lifting shackle hire services offer you with the final link in a connection chain. We make sure that our lifting shackles will provide you with a strong and durable connection. Shackles are used in lifting and static systems as removable links to connect (steel) wire rope, chain, and other fittings. Screw pin shackles are used mainly for non-permanent applications. Safety bolt shackles are used for long-term or permanent applications or where the load may slide on the pin causing rotation of the pin. Chain or Dee shackles are mainly used on one-leg systems whereas anchor or bow shackles are mainly used on multi-leg systems. The type of lifting shackles you need will be purely dependent on the task at hand, a member of our team will be able to offer expert advice, if you are unsure.
For additional information on lifting slings and shackles generally, or if you require specific information on our lifting slings and shackles hire services, please get in touch. Call us on 0203 488 0966 at any time! Or visit our contact page here. We are always happy to help.