Marine One Way Sling WLL 1700/2250kg

Item No.: 3052
Marine one way use slings are used for the loading and unloading of cargo until they are off loaded at the final destination.
Safety Factor 4:1 and 5:1(DIN 60005)
Description Marine One Way Sling
Description

The term one way use sling or one trip textile sling is given to a woven textile sling that has been designed for the specific purpose of attaching to, and accompanying, a specific product for its specified journey, from source to final destination. To avoid further use of the sling they shall be taken out of service and disposed of responsibly, to prevent further use. They must not be used as a general-purpose sling or outside of the limitations of use specified by the manufacturer. In this respect, they differ from lifting slings that comply with EN 1492-1 and that may be reused for transport and lifting operations.

The one way use sling or single use sling is simply wrapped and secured around the load and connected to a lifting device. And they will stay with the load throughout its operation until the sling is completely removed at the final destination.

 

  • Designed for single use applications, ideal for one-way transport operations, from the manufacturer to the final consumer.
  • Land transport from the factory to the loading port.
  • Loading on the vessel.
  • Discharge of the cargo off the vessel.
  • Load transport from discharge port to the final customer.
  • Low cost with simple design, which saves time & effort, which is sutiable for such cargos as timbler packages, paper reels, pallets, sacks, pipes, etc.
  • Made from high-tenacity polyester yarn (PES).
  • Color: white, yellow & other colors upon request.
  • Safety Factor 4:1.
  • Safety Factor 5:1(DIN 60005).
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Marine One Way Sling, SF 4:1 or 5:1

 H-Lift One Way Use Sling Item No. WLL(kg) Width(mm) Effective Length Product Code
WS11-1700-SF4 1700 50 2.75m 3052170004
WS11-1700-SF5 1700 50 2.75m 3052170005
WS11-2250-SF4 2250 50 2.75m 3052225004
WS11-2250-SF5 2250 50 2.75m 3052225005
Marine One Way Sling
One Way Use Sling DIN 60005

A one-way trip sling is a type of disposable sling that is intended for single-use only. These slings are typically made of lightweight materials and are designed to be used for a single lifting operation before being discarded. One-way trip slings are often used in applications where it is not practical or feasible to retrieve the sling after use, or where hygiene and contamination control are critical factors.


When using a one-way trip sling, it is important to carefully inspect the sling for any signs of damage or wear before use. The sling should only be used for lifting loads that are within its safe working load (SWL) capacity, which should be clearly marked on the sling. Additionally, the sling should be properly attached to the load and lifting equipment, and lifted smoothly and steadily to avoid any sudden or jerky movements that could cause the load to shift or fall.


After use, the one-way trip sling should be immediately disposed of according to local regulations for handling and disposing of hazardous waste or single-use products. It is important to not attempt to reuse or repurpose a one-way trip sling, as doing so could compromise the integrity of the sling and lead to potential safety hazards.

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