Murphy Industrial Products are the trusted sling experts. With over 10,000 slings in stock we have you covered. If you need a custom sling built we can do that too. Our heavy duty nylon slings are built to handle any lifting application you can think of.
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Nylon Slings/Synthetic Lifting Slings
We have a wide variety of nylon slings including eye & eye slings, endless slings, eye and eye round slings, multi leg slings, triangle slings and more. We also carry wire rope slings and chain slings. Our nylon web slings can be made from single or multiple plies, and are available in several configurations.
Proof Testing Your Slings
Often, when lifting slings are required for a job, the end user requests that that they be Proof Tested. This usually means that they want the slings to be pulled to 2 times the work load limit. We have a proof testing bed right on our factory floor so when you request proof testing we can test your sling quickly and then we print out a test certificate that goes with each sling showing that it is certified. This can be done for a nominal fee.
Sling care and maintenance
Our heavy duty nylon lifting slings will last for years if cared for properly. To extend the life of your slings, follow these guidelines:
• Improper loading use: Overloading, unbalanced loading can affect the strength of your slings. This includes not maintaining a proper sling angle during use. The sling angle is measured between the sling leg and a horizontal line. If the angle decreases, the load on each leg increases. Angles of less than 30 degrees should be avoided to maintain the integrity of the straps.
• Abrasions and unwanted material: Damage to the fabric of the straps can reduce its strength. Nylon can hold unwanted material which can seriously limit the working life of the sling.
• Light and heat: Repeated and prolonged exposure to sunlight and heat can stiffen the lifting strap. Nylon tends to degrade at high temperatures, so keeping your synthetic slings protected from extreme temperature and light conditions is.
• Cuts: Nylon straps are susceptible to damage from edges moving against the nylon. Make sure you inspect your sling during and after use for any signs of cuts from the load.
Whether you’re looking for a standard lifting sling or custom made slings you can count on Murphy Industrial Products.
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