Duplex Slings are manufactured from double layers of webbing.  All of our polyester webbing sling products conform to EN standards and are delivered complete with certificates of conformity. Duplex Webbing Slings are lightweight and are less likely to scratch or damage the load being lifted. They resist mildew and bacterial growth and have excellent elongation properties in comparison to their nylon counterparts.

Duplex Webbing Slings
Features of Duplex Webbing Slings

Features of Duplex webbing Slings

  • Safety factor 7:1 and 5:1
  • Available 12Ton from stock in most standard lengths
  • Color coded for easy identification
  • Custom made lifting solutions for non-standard applications
  • Available with a choice of wear sleeves for added protection at the load points
  • Hardware end fittings optional
  • Manufactured as standard in accordance to EN 1492-1:2000 or ASME B 30.9.

100% High Tenacity Polyester.
Made of Double thickness of Webbing.
Flat & Wide Load Bearing surface.
According to EN 1492-1:2000 or
ASME B 30.9, Safety Factor 7:1 and 5:1
Low Stretch Factor : Elongation 3-7%
High strength to weight ratio : Weight 80%
less than Equivalent Wire or Chain Slings.
Available upto 600 mm width &
12 Ton Capacity.
Colour coded for easy identification.
Maximum working temperature 90°c.
Anti-abrasion sleeves and anti-cutting
sleeves protection (optional).

Duplex Webbing Slings Specifications
Duplex Webbing Slings Pricing

FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)

What is construction of duplex webbing sling?

A duplex webbing sling is made with two synthetic fabric layers stitched together for extra reinforcement.

What chemicals will affect webbing slings?

Polyester isn’t affected much by acid, but alkalis will damage a polyester webbing sling. An alkali, or alkaline is basically a substance with a pH level higher than 7. Examples of alkali substances are sea water, baking soda, bleaches, lye and even blood.

When should I not use a webbing sling?

Don’t use a webbing sling if you don’t know the SWL. Don’t use if the eyes or other part of the webbing sling is damaged, if the sling’s eye opens more than 20°.