WHY LIFT-ALL WEB SLINGS?
Lift-All web slings meet or exceed OSHA, ASME B30.9 and WSTDA standards and regulations.
All of the sling webbing contained in this catalog is recommended for general purpose lifting. Military webbing, sometimes designated as “Mil-Spec”, has not been designed for, nor do we recommend it, for general lifting applications.
What is the Difference?
Refer to Mil-Spec Webbing Diagram
- Mil-Spec webbing does not have red core yarn warning system.
- Mil-Spec webbing supports the entire load with exposed surface yarns. Lift-All sling webbing uses a combination of internal, protected yarns and surface yarns.
- Damage to the surface of Mil-Spec webbing causes greater strength reduction of the webbing.
- Sling webbing, as shown, has its surface yarns connected from side to side, which not only protects the core yarns, but positions all surface and tensile yarns to work together to support the load.
- Wear or damage to Sling Webbing face yarns cause an immediate strength loss. This is why Sling Webbing has red core yarns to visually reveal damage and act as a basis for sling rejection.
Lift All Polyester Slings (Roundslings and Web Slings)