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Boulder/Rock Moving Sling, Twisted Eye & Eye, 2 Ply, Cap. 2400-36,000 Lbs - WiscoLift, Inc.

WiscoLift, Inc.

Boulder/Rock Moving Sling, Twisted Eye & Eye, 2 Ply, Cap. 2400-36,000 Lbs

$ 12.17

Rock moving sling is high quality twisted eye and eye sling in construction using two-plys of thickness and offers excellent load protection. Unlike other sling types, synthetic web slings generally do not mar or scratch machined surfaces. They are equally suited for use on delicate surfaces.

All of our rock moving slings are made to-order and can be customized in any width or length desired. Each of our slings are inspected by our Quality Control Manager to ensure that it exceeds design standards for overhead lifting.

We use only high quality polyester material that is also used for industrial lifting applications. To keep your sling in good condition it should be cleaned gently with mild soap and water and air dried. Dirt and grease can affect the lifting capacity of your working slings.

Care and Usage:

Both nylon and polyester webbing have a low water absorption rate, making them flexible, light, and easy to handle even after prolonged soaking in water. Both also show excellent resistance to most mildew and fungus, although dirt that accumulates on slings may support their growth, and that's why regular cleaning is very important.

Inspect your sling before each use since tensile strength may decrease with each use. Web slings should be stored in a cool, dry, and dark place.

  • Select a sling of suitable capacity. When in doubt, use a larger capacity sling.
  • Do not run a sling around sharp corners without corner guards.
  • Do not attach a sling to fittings that have sharp edges or corners.
  • Avoid formation of knots or twists in the legs or sling body.
  • Take up slack slowly to avoid shock loading the sling.
  • Use a tag line on the load if necessary to prevent sling and load rotation.

Environmental/Chemical Factors:

  • Exposure to sunlight may cause mechanical or chemical damage.
  • Nylon and polyester slings should not be used in temperatures in excess of 180 degrees Fahrenheit or -40 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • Chemicals such as acids and alkalis affect the strength of slings in varying degrees ranging from none to total degradation.
Sling widths available up to 12". For larger sling width and length, call our Material Handling Specialists at 800-242-3477 or email us at

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