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Synthetic Slings

Twin-Path® Slings with CoverMax® Cover and K-Spec® Core Yarn

Twin-Path® synthetic roundslings have Check-Fast® Inspection overload indicators, CoverMax® Covers for superior abrasion resistance, and inner red covers as an aid to inspection. Twin-Path® slings are used worldwide in place of steel rigging for heavy lifts. They are approximately 10% of the weight of a steel sling and are repairable. The Twin-Path® sling design, which has two individual paths of fiber working as one sling, gives the rigger confidence. These slings have less than 1% elongation at rated capacity. If productivity, safety, and precision are important, then Twin-Path® high-performance roundslings are your best choice. Independent testing shows that K-Spec® core yarn is the longest lasting load-bearing core yarn in any sling.

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Warning:

Sling can fail if damaged, misused or overloaded. Inspect before use. Damaged sling shall not be used. Use only if trained. Do not exceed rated capacity. Protect sling from being cut by load edges, corners, protrusions and abrasive surfaces. Avoid exposure to acid, alkali and temperature over 180 degrees.

Check-Fast® Inspection System

The Check-Fast® Inspection System is designed to improve job site safety. The Check-Fast® External Warning Indicator (EWI) provides a criteria for pass/fail inspection when the internal load-bearing core yarn may be damaged. The Check-Fast® Inspection System can also indicates ultraviolet (UV) light degradation, fiber-on-fiber abrasion, fatigue, and severe overload. If the sling is overloaded beyond its rated capacity, the EWI is designed to retract before the sling fails. The sling inspector now has an objective “GO/NO-GO” inspection device rather than relying on subjective and labor-intensive inspection techniques to guess if the load-bearing core yarns are in good condition.

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Warning:

Sling can fail if damaged, misused or overloaded. Inspect before use. Damaged sling shall not be used. Use only if trained. Do not exceed rated capacity. Protect sling from being cut by load edges, corners, protrusions and abrasive surfaces. Avoid exposure to acid, alkali and temperature over 180

Fiber Optic Inspection for All Twin-Path® Slings

Fiber Optic Inspection is an optional add-on for Twin-Path® slings. If crushing or heat damage has occurred to the sling, the fiber optic cable will no longer have the ability to transmit light from one end to the other. This indicates to the inspector that the sling should be removed from service and returned for factory inspection. The fiber optic cable will conduct light using natural, overhead, or flashlight sources.

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Warning:

Sling can fail if damaged, misused or overloaded. Inspect before use. Damaged sling shall not be used. Use only if trained. Do not exceed rated capacity. Protect sling from being cut by load edges, corners, protrusions and abrasive surfaces. Avoid exposure to acid, alkali and temperature over 180 degrees.

The Sparkeater® sling (SE) is the sling to use when the job site is in a hot environment (up to 300°F or 150°C). These slings are made with high-temperature core yarns and a high temperature cover. Sparkeater® slings, as with all Twin-Path® slings, come with an inner red cover that provides an early warning for damage, as well as the patented Check-Fast® Inspection System.

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Warning:

Sling can fail if damaged, misused or overloaded. Inspect before use. Damaged sling shall not be used. Use only if trained. Do not exceed rated capacity. Protect sling from being cut by load edges, corners, protrusions and abrasive surfaces. Avoid exposure to acid, alkali and temperature over 180 degrees.

Twin-Path® Adjustable Bridle Sling

The Twin-Path® Adjustable Bridle (TPXA with K-Spec® fiber core yarn or TPA with polyester core yarn) is a two-leg bridle made with a Twin-Path® roundsling and adjustable bridle ring. When tension is applied to the Twin-Path® Adjustable Bridle, it self-adjusts until the lifting point is over the center of gravity (COG). This allows the two legs to be adjusted for a level lift without the need for custom slings or hardware.

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Warning:

Sling can fail if damaged, misused or overloaded. Inspect before use. Damaged sling shall not be used. Use only if trained. Do not exceed rated capacity. Protect sling from being cut by load edges, corners, protrusions and abrasive surfaces. Avoid exposure to acid, alkali and temperature over 180 degrees.

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