Wire Rope Slings with Soft Eyes

Item No.: 602001
Wire rope slings with soft eye refers to the fact that the wire forms a natural loop, without the use of a wire rope thimble.
Description Safe Use of Wire Rope Sling
Description

H-Lift Wire Rope Slings with Soft Eyes

 Wire Rope Slings with Soft Eyes

Item No. Rope dia.  (mm) Soft Eye Dimensions (mm) M.B.L. (t) Working Load Limit (t) Product Code
d A B n=5 n=6
WRSSE005 5 90 45 1.25 0.25 0.21 602001005
WRSSE006 6 100 50 1.70 0.35 0.29 602001006
WRSSE007 7 110 60 2.50 0.50 0.42 602001007
WRSSE008 8 130 75 3.50 0.70 0.58 602001008
WRSSE009 9 140 75 4.25 0.85 0.71 602001009
WRSSE010 10 150 75 5.25 1.05 0.88 602001010
WRSSE011 11 166 83 6.50 1.30 1.08 602001011
WRSSE012 12 180 90 7.75 1.55 1.29 602001012
WRSSE013 13 196 98 9.00 1.80 1.50 602001013
WRSSE014 14 210 105 10.60 2.12 1.77 602001014
WRSSE016 16 240 120 13.50 2.70 2.25 602001016
WRSSE018 18 270 135 17.00 3.40 2.83 602001018
WRSSE020 20 300 150 21.75 4.35 3.63 602001020
WRSSE022 22 330 165 26.00 5.20 4.33 602001022
WRSSE024 24 360 180 31.50 6.30 5.25 602001024
WRSSE026 26 390 195 36.00 7.20 6.00 602001026
WRSSE028 28 420 210 42.00 8.40 7.00 602001028
WRSSE030 30 450 225 48.20 9.64 8.03 602001030
WRSSE032 32 480 240 55.00 11.00 9.17 602001032
WRSSE034 34 510 255 62.00 12.40 10.33 602001034
WRSSE036 36 540 270 70.00 14.00 11.67 602001036
WRSSE038 38 570 285 78.00 15.60 13.00 602001038
WRSSE040 40 600 300 85.00 17.00 14.17 602001040
WRSSE042 42 630 315 93.70 18.74 15.62 602001042
WRSSE044 44 660 330 105.00 21.00 17.50 602001044
WRSSE046 46 690 345 114.75 22.95 19.13 602001046
WRSSE048 48 720 360 125.00 25.00 20.83 602001048
WRSSE050 50 750 375 135.60 27.12 22.60 602001050
WRSSE052 52 780 390 145.00 29.00 24.17 602001052
Safe Use of Wire Rope Sling

ALWAYS:
• Store and handle wire rope slings correctly.
• Inspect wire rope slings and accessories before use and before placing into storage.
• Follow safe slinging practices, as given overleaf.
• Fit slings carefully, protect them from sharp edges and position hooks to face outward from the load.
• Apply the correct mode factor for the slinging arrangement.
• Back hook free legs to the master link.

 

NEVER:
• Attempt to shorten, knot or tie wire rope slings.
• Force, hammer or wedge slings or their fittings into position.
• Lift on the point of the hook.
• Use wire rope slings in acidic conditions without consulting the supplier.
• Use wire rope slings at temperatures above 100°C or below minus 40°C without consulting the supplier.
• Shock load wire rope slings.

 

Selecting the Correct Sling
Wire rope slings are available in a range of sizes and assemblies, select the slings to be used and plan the lift taking
the following into account:
Type of sling to be used - endless, single, two, three or four leg.
Capacity - the sling must be both long enough and strong enough for the load and the slinging method.
Apply the mode factor for the slinging method.
For use at temperatures exceeding 100°C or below minus 40°C refer to the suppliers instructions.
Where slings may come into contact with acids or chemicals consult the supplier.
In the case of multi-leg slings the angle between the legs should not be less than 30° or exceed the maximum marked.
Multi-leg slings exert a gripping force on the load which must be taken into account, this increases as the angle between the legs increases.
Due to the possibility of sparking, the use of aluminium is restricted in certain classified atmospheres, so ensure the ferrule is suitable for such conditions.

 

Storing and Handling Wire Rope Slings
Never return damaged or contaminated slings to storage. They should be dry, clean and protected from corrosion.
Store wire rope slings on a rack and not lying on the ground. The storage area should be dry and free of any contaminates which may harm the sling.

Do not alter, modify or repair a wire rope sling but refer such matters to a Competent Person.

 

Using Wire Rope Slings Safely
Do not attempt lifting operations unless you understand the use of the equipment, the slinging procedures and the mode factors to be applied.
Do not use defective slings or accessories.
Do not force, hammer or wedge slings or fittings into position. They must fit freely. Check to ensure correct engagement of fittings and appliances.
Position hooks of multi-leg slings facing outward from the load.
Do not lift on the point of a hook.
Ensure that the wire rope is not twisted or knotted.
Ensure the effective diameter of pins, hooks etc upon which soft eyes fit is at least 2 x the wire rope diameter.
Position the splices of endless slings in the standing part of the sling away from hooks and fittings.
Never join wire rope slings made from different lays of rope together as this will cause them to un-lay thus seriously affecting their capacity.
Back hook free legs to the masterlink to avoid lashing legs which might accidentally become engaged or otherwise become a hazard.
Take the load steadily and avoid shock loads.
Do not leave suspended loads unattended. In an emergency cordon off the area.

 

In-service Inspection and Maintenance
Maintenance requirements are minimal. Keep wire rope slings clean and protect from corrosion. Use non-acidic lubricants.

Regularly inspect wire rope slings and, in the event of the following defects, refer the sling to a Competent Person for thorough examination: illegible markings; distorted, worn or damaged fittings; broken or cut wires; kinks; protrusion of core; corrosion; heat damage or discolouration; signs of movement at splices and ferrules; any other visible defect to the wire rope, thimbles or fittings.

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