What is Duplex Flat Webbing Sling ?
A duplex flat webbing sling is a type of lifting sling made of two layers of flat synthetic material, typically polyester or nylon, that are sewn together along the edges to form a strong, durable sling. The term "duplex" refers to the fact that the sling is made of two layers of webbing.
Flat webbing slings are commonly used in a variety of industries for lifting and moving heavy objects. They are lightweight, easy to handle, and can be used to lift loads of varying sizes and shapes. The reinforced eyes at each end of the sling make it easy to attach to lifting equipment such as hooks or shackles.
Duplex flat webbing slings are preferred over other types of slings because they offer a higher degree of strength and durability than single-layer webbing slings. The double layer construction helps to distribute the load more evenly across the surface of the sling, reducing the risk of damage or failure under heavy loads.
Duplex flat webbing slings are available in a range of sizes and load capacities, and are color-coded to indicate their load capacity and ensure proper use. They are often used in construction, manufacturing, and transportation industries, and are a versatile and reliable choice for a wide range of lifting applications.