Yale Cordage synthetic rope slings are fit for general-purpose work, and can also be highly customizable to accommodate any-sized load or lift-point arrangement.
Double Esterlon or Polydyne, Maxijacket coat
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.
8-part eye and eye sling made with Unitrex synthetic cable
U.S. Patent No. 9,296,593 B2 - Singapore Patent No. 11201507689 - China Patent No. CN 105209368 - Australia Patent No. 2014239887 - AU South Africa Patent No. 2015/07153 - European Patent No. EP 2969881 - Saudi Arabia Patent No. 7209 Fortis2 Slings are heavy-lift, multipart slings made with our Unitrex XS Max Wear synthetic cable that has a core of High Modulus Polyethylene (HMPE) 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.
Sling, Dyneema® SK78 core, HMPE from DSM protective materials sleeve
LOUPS are the most efficient synthetic slings available and far lighter than steel or conventional round slings. LOUPS bend gracefully. If you look inside a LOUP, you will find just one continuous looped piece of rope (Figure 1), which has been end-for- end spliced to itself.
Optimus is the optimal solution for your lifting needs. It is lightweight and infinitely adjustable to adapt to varying loads.
Easily replaces a variety of different slings, accommodating different-sized loads. Infinitely adjustable.
A complete loop increases the lift capacity of a sling without going to a larger-diameter line. This sling makes an excellent choker with a wider "footprint" on the load for more positive control.
Standard eye and eye sling for general-purpose work. Lightweight, very flexible, nonmaring and very strong.
Each leg adjusts to accommodate any- sized load or lift-point arrangement. Lifts using less than four legs reduce the ratings proportionately.