SYNTHETIC WEB SLINGS
Synthetic web slings are made using polyester flat webbing and are the preferred sling when lifting highly-polished, fragile or delicate loads that have to be protected from damage. Nylon webbing is available upon request, but not the standard material used in fabrication.
A Beam Clamp is a mechanical support used to attach a hanger rod to top flange of a beam or bar joist. Beam clamps can attach to the top flange up to 1-1/4” thickness. There are numerous types of beam clamps such as small mouth, large mouth, purlin, center-load, c-clamp, and light duty steel.
Wire rope slings have been used extensively for years and were once the industrial lifting sling of choice. Wire rope slings, sometimes referred to as wire cable slings are more robust and durable than nylon slings and also have higher temperature limits.