9" Grooved LiftGuard™ Magnetic Sling Protector | 1/2" Groove | For 7"W Slings
9" Grooved LiftGuard™ Magnetic Sling Protector | 1/2" Groove | For 7"W Slings!
- Color: Blue
- Length: 9"
- Manufacturer name: DICA
- Product weight: 2.75 lbs.
- Shipping & Returns: This item cannot be returned due to safety risks.
- Additional info: Protection rating: 6,250 lbs. WLL per inch of sling contact
Grooved Magnetic Lifting Sling Protection | 9"W
If you frequently lift steel plates or I-beams, don't settle for a standard sling protector. Choose one that is specifically designed to connect with the plate edge or I-beam flange by choosing this grooved LiftGuard™ protector.
It has a 1/2" groove, making it compatible with plate edges or flanges of the same size.
Along with the groove, this protector attaches to your load using magnets, ensuring a secure connection every time. The magnets are recessed to protect painted surfaces.
These LiftGuard™ products are made from High-Performance Cast Nylon (HPCN). This material is strong enough to withstand the high pressures generated through the lifting process, and will provide excellent abrasion- and wear-resistance.
It's also lightweight - this product is 1/7th the weight of steel!
Working Load Limit
The working load limit is 6,250 lbs. per inch of synthetic sling width. To get the full capacity, the protector must be in 100% contact with both the vertical and horizontal load surfaces.
The maximum capacity is 43,750 lbs. based on maximum sling width. To calculate the WLL of your setup, multiply the strap width by the base working load limit (6,250). So if your strap is 4" wide, 4 x 6,250 gives a WLL of 25,000 lbs.
Magnetic Sling Protector Features
- Designed for use with slings up to 7" wide.
- Operating temperatures: -20 to 220 degrees Fahrenheit.
- No tools are needed for attachment/detachment.
"Slings in contact with edges, corners, protrusions, or abrasive surfaces shall be protected with a material of sufficient strength, thickness, and construction to prevent damage." - ASME B30.9 (2021) 9-5.10.4(d)