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Webbing Sling 2 Tonne x 2mtr

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.

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