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Eye-eye Round Slings


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Safety factor

5:1,6:1,7:1,8:1 all available



Color code




ISO4878, EN1492-2, ASME B30.9, AS 4497


PU impregnated ,WLL & Length printed,Low elongation


Single packed in shrinking foil or plastic with Certificate of Conformity


Logo Print on the webbing is available


Model Color WLL Approx Approx Width Length(m) Weight(kg)    (6:1)
Thickness (mm) Minimum Maximum
UL10-01 Violet 1T 15 50 1.5 80 0.33
UL20-02 Green 2T 16 60 1.5 80 0.47
UL30-03 Yellow 3T 18 70 1.5 80 0.68
UL40-04 Grey 4T 20 80 1.5 80 0.85
UL50-05 Red 5T 25 90 1.5 80 1.06
UL60-06 Brown 6T 27 90 2 80 1.28
UL80-08 Blue 8T 28 100 2 80 1.59
UL100-10 Orange 10T 29 110 2 80 2.1
UL120-12 Orange 12T 30 125 2 80 2.6

Eye-eye round slings are the strongest and safest way to lift, pull, tension, and drag heavy objects.
Eye-eye Round Slings offer superior strength and safety, allowing you to easily lift, drag, pull, or hold heavy tension objects. Our 100% highly flexible Polyester fibers come in different lengths and capacities from 1 t up to 10 t. Each sling includes a durable, tear-resistant, abrasion-resistant cover, even in extreme weather conditions. This cover is UV treated for prolonged protection against sunlight fading, enabling you to use these polyester slings outdoors for a more extended period. The eye loops on both ends of the sling make rigging safe with secure connection points every time. Suitable for repeated lifting and reusing in many places like factories, construction sites, and shipyards as support equipment.

Eye-eye Round Slings
Eye-eye Round Slings


– Highly Flexible Polyester fibers
– Abrasion-resistant Cover
– UV Treated Cover
– Secure Connection Points With Eye Loops


– Easily lift, drag, pull, or heavyweight tension objects safely – up to 10 tonnes!
– Wide selection allows you to choose the most suitable length & capacity for your job.
– Durable design can be reused & stored for long periods with minimal fading due to UV treatment.




Don’t exceed the weight limit.

One of the most common mistakes when using eye-eye round slings is exceeding the weight limit. Each sling is designed to handle a specific weight capacity, and exceeding that limit can cause the sling to fail and drop the load. Always check the sling’s weight limit before use and ensure the load being lifted falls within that limit. If the load is too heavy, use stronger or multiple slings to distribute the weight.

Don’t twist or knot the sling.

Another common mistake to avoid when using eye-eye round slings is twisting or knotting the sling. Twisting the sling can cause it to weaken and potentially fail during use. Knotting the sling can also cause it to weaken and create stress points that can lead to failure. Always ensure the sling is straight and free of twists or knots before use. If the sling becomes twisted during use, stop and untwist it before continuing.

Don’t use a damaged or worn sling.

One of the most important things to remember when using eye-eye round slings is to always inspect them for damage or wear before use. Using a damaged or worn sling can put you and your team at risk for accidents and injuries. Look for any signs of cuts, tears, abrasions, or fraying on the sling. If you notice any damage, do not use the sling and replace it immediately. It’s also important to regularly inspect your slings and replace them as needed to ensure safe lifting practices.




Don’t use the sling in extreme temperatures.

Eye-eye round slings should not be used in extreme hot or cold temperatures. High temperatures can cause the sling to weaken and lose its load-bearing capacity, while cold temperatures can make the sling brittle and prone to cracking or breaking. Always check the manufacturer’s guidelines for the recommended temperature range for your specific sling. If you need to use a sling in extreme temperatures, consider using a different type of sling that is designed for those conditions.

Don’t use the sling for lifting people or animals.

Eye-eye round slings are designed for lifting objects, not people or animals. Using a sling to lift a person or animal can be extremely dangerous and can result in serious injury or even death. Always use the appropriate equipment for lifting people or animals, such as a harness or stretcher. Also, never use a damaged or worn sling, which can lead to accidents and injuries. Always inspect your sling before each use and replace it if you notice any signs of wear or damage.

The polyester slings process is roughly divided into: 1. Purchasing raw materials 2. Warping 3. Ribbon 4. Testing 5. Dyeing 6. Cutting 7. Sewing 8. Testing 9. Packing 10. Loading
Raw Material
1. Raw Material
2. Warping
3. Webbing
4. Testing
5. Dyeing
6. Cutting
7. Sewing
8. Examination
9. Packing
10. Loading

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