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Load Handl ing Accessor ies – 1250
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September 2012
Phone: 573-682-5521 Email: hpsliterature@hubbell.com Web: hubbellpowersystems.com
• Most versatile
• Used in vertical, basket or choker hitch, it conforms
precisely to shape of load
• Provides best gripping and holding power in upright
• Easiest to use and lasts the longest because there are no
eyes to predetermine wearing points
• Endless construction permits the two parts of the sling
which go around the load to spread apart and provide a
“cradle” for load
Return Eye
• Designed primarily for use in choker hitch
• Works equally well for basket and vertical hitch
• Constructed with two widths of side-by-side webbing
and held in place by third width of webbing which
binds the two together
• This design results in eye openings which are in the
same place as the sling body, which is best for choking
as the sling body remains flat against the load
Features & Applications
• Made in high-visibility “safety yellow”
• Latex-treated for increased abrasion resistance
• Softest, most pliable of nylon webbing slings
• Standard fabrication does not include metal of any kind
in body or end fittings
• Designed to handle delicate loads
• Flexible design allows for easy handling and storage
• Two basic types include 10 sizes in Endless version and
one size in Return Eye style
When selecting slings, the following must be
1. Weight of load
2. Number of slings used to make lift
3. Type of hitch (vertical, choker, basket)
4. Effect of sling-to-load angle on sling capacity (see table
A). Increasing the angle of the sling increases the strain.
Therefore, it decreases the lifting capacity of the sling.
Capacities listed are for vertical lifts
5. Chance slings must be considered as non-insulating
• All Chance slings are identified with a heat-imprinted
sewn-on tag that includes capacities, width, style and
• All Chance slings carry the required OSHA identification
Return Eye