Yale produces rope slings for a variety of industrial and other uses.
Fortis2 is a heavy-lift sling of Unitrex XS that has the durability and stiffness of a wire rope sling at a fraction of the weight.
LOUPS high-modulus endless slings utilize a strength-optimizing, multiple-strand endless braid of UHMWPE fiber with apolyethylene abrasion sleeve.
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|Rope ID||Rope Name||MET|
|47||Fortis2 Heavy-Lift Slings|
|49||Vectrus Endless Slings|
|50||Yalex Endless Slings|
|51||Double Esterlon Endless Slings|
|52||Vectrus Four Leg Adjustable Sling|
|53||Yalex Four Leg Adjustable Sling|
|54||PolyPlus Four Leg Adjustable Sling|
|55||Vectrus Eye/Eye Slings|
|56||Double Esterlon Eye/Eye Slings|
|57||Yalex Eye/Eye Slings|
|58||Vectrus Adjustable Slings|
|59||Yalex Adjustable Slings|
|60||PolyPlus Adjustable Slings|
|62||Optimus Double Adjustable Transformer Slings|
|63||Dead Eye Slings|
|92||Navy RIB Boat Slings|
Manufactured with Maxijacket-coated Double Esterlon or Polydyne, each unit has a chafe sleeve-covered small or large eye. Dead Eye slings, as with rigging lines, are color coded for easy identification in the field.
Fortis2 Slings are heavy-lift, multipart slings made with our Unitrex XS Max Wear synthetic cable that has a core of Ultra High Molecular Weight Polyethylene (UHMWPE) fiber encased with neoprene and a tough braided jacket of high-tenacity polyester. The result is a heavy-lift sling of Unitrex XS that has the durability and stiffness of a wire rope sling at a fraction of the weight.
LOUPS high-modulus endless slings, by Yale Cordage or a Yale Cordage licensee, significantly advance the technology of lifting slings by utilizing a strength-optimizing, multiple-strand endless braid of Ultra High Molecular Weight Polyethylene (UHMWPE) fiber encased in a polyethylene abrasion sleeve.
Our Navy RIB Boat Slings were developed in conjunction with NSWC Carderock Division to handle RIB Boats. The initial goal was to eliminate wire rope from existing slings, reducing electronic interference, corrosion, wire fish hooks, and generally engineering a safer system.