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Heavy Duty 900 Webbing Eye & Eye Slings

Item # N/A Category

Item # Width Ply Vertical Rated Capacity Choker Rated Capacity Basket Rated Capacity Eye Length 5' Base Weight Add/Ft Weight
91EE2 1" 2 3,200 lbs 2,600 lbs 6,400 lbs 9" .68 lbs .112 lbs
92EE2 2" 2 6,400 lbs 5,100 lbs 12,800 lbs 9" 1.30 lbs .220 lbs
93EE2 3" 2 8,900 lbs 7,200 lbs 17,800 lbs 12" 2.16 lbs .350 lbs
94EE2 4" 2 11,500 lbs 9,200 lbs 23,000 lbs 12" 2.45 lbs .444 lbs
95EE2 5" 2 13,600 lbs 10,900 lbs 27,200 lbs 15" 3.28 lbs .548 lbs
96EE2 6" 2 16,300 lbs 13,000 lbs 32,600 lbs 15" 3.78 lbs .662 lbs
98EE2 8" 2 22,000 lbs 17,600 lbs 44,000 lbs 18" 5.47 lbs .960 lbs
910EE2 10" 2 24,000 lbs 19,200 lbs 48,000 lbs 18" 7.05 lbs 1.190 lbs
912EE2 12" 2 26,900 lbs 21,500 lbs 53,800 lbs 24" 8.67 lbs 1.470 lbs

SLING TO LOAD ANGLE EFFICIENCY

Sling working load limits whether nylon, wire rope, or chain are rated with their respective vertical, choker, and basket capacities.  When selecting these slings, careful consideration must be made for the proper sling to load horizontal lifting angle.  The greater angle to sling configuration will result in a reduction of sling efficiency and a loss of rated workload limits!

 

(A) at a 90° sling to load angle the sling is at 100% of the WLL

(B) at a 60° sling to load angle a loss of 14% efficiency occurs and the sling is capable of lifting only 8,600 lbs.

(C) at a 45° sling to load angle a loss of 30% efficiency occurs and the sling is capable of lifting only 7,000 lbs.

(D) at a 30° sling to load angle the working load limit is reduced by 50% and the sling is capable of lifting only 5,000 lbs.