skip to main content
Endless Round Sling 2 Tonne x 3mtr

Webbing slings are constructed from hard wearing polyester that is resistant to oil, grease, and most acids, in addition, they will neither rot nor lose strength in water.

Webbing slings are constructed from hard wearing polyester that is resistant to oil, grease, and most acids, in addition, they will neither rot nor lose strength in water. The versatility offered by lifting slings means that they are used in a variety of settings, including the offshore oil industry, cargo handling and industrial applications. A test certificate is provided.

Want to know more?

Discuss your requirements or we can recommend a better suiting product.

Customer Reviews

There have been no reviews for this product so far. Why not leave a review?

Leave a review

Loading...



Interested in Endless Round Sling 2 Tonne x 3mtr?

We're experts in this field and we're more than happy to chat with you to discuss your requirements or recommend a better suiting product.

Penny Hydraulics are proud to be approved converters for Vehicle Mounted Lifting Equipment for VW, Renault and Nissan.

VW Approved Converter Renault Approved Converter Nissan Approved Converter
Safe Contractor Approved bsi-iso9001 bsi-iso9001 Construction Skills Certification Scheme bfbi NDA Supply Chain Charter Fit for Nuclear UVDB empowered by Achilles 1000 companies to inspire Britain Cyber Essentials Driving the Motor Industry

Subscribe to our mailing list

Latest Tweet

What our customers say

Vauxhall
Vauxhall
"I am suitably impressed with the installation. Thanks to you and your team for all the hard work."
Patchway Labour Club & Institute Ltd
Patchway Labour Club & Institute Ltd
"A job professionally done, from start to finish."
Haynes Hanson and Clark
Haynes Hanson and Clark
"Really refreshing fabulous efficiency! "
Stone Hardy
Stone Hardy
"It was a really good course and have walked away feeling I've learnt a varied of things that I never knew before. Once again it was brilliant. "

Latest News

Penny Hydraulics continue its links ... Read more »