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    1" X 3' Single Ply Eye/Eye Nylon Sling

    Manufacturer: Ancra International
    1” x 3’ polyester sling webbing with reinforced loops and protective wear sleeve
    Polyester material for less stretch and improved moisture resistance
    Standard capacities: Vertical: 1,600 lbs; Choker: 1,250 lbs; Basket: 3,200 lbs
    SKU: 20-EE1-9801X3
    Manufacturer part number: 20-EE1-9801X3
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    1" X 3' Single Ply Flat Loop Lifting Sling

    1 inch X 3 foot, 1-ply flat loop eye-to-eye lifting sling combines high strength with a lightweight build, making the lifting sling an economical alternative to chain or wire rope. Reinforced loops add durability and reliability to the quality build, and the polyester material provides heavy-duty strength with less stretch than nylon and greater resistance to moisture, so you can be confident using the lifting sling in harsh conditions. A protective wear sleeve reduces wear and damage that can accumulate with consistent use, improving the sling’s longevity. With a flat loop design, the lifting sling can be easily secured to cargo.

    The 1" X 3' single-ply lifting sling complies with WSTDA WS-1-Type III CL7 Web Sling standards and includes a visible blue polyester marker thread and industry compliant WSTDA tri-lingual sewn warning tags with a permanent placard affixed to webbing. The lifting sling has the following standard capacities for the three sling variants:

    Vertical: 1,600 lbs; Choker: 1,250 lbs; Basket: 3,200 lbs.

    Products specifications
    Ply's 1 ply
    Width (inches) 1
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