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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
*maximum working load in pounds do not use slings beyond rated capacity.
chance webbing slings
rated lifting capacities
LENGth
Feet
6'
3'
4'
5'
6'
8'
3'
4'
5'
6'
8'
3'
5'
Basket
7200
4800
4800
4800
4800
4800
6400
6400
6400
6400
6400
12800
17200
Choke
2900
1900
1900
1900
1900
1900
2500
2500
2500
2500
2500
5000
6900
Vertical
3600
2400
2400
2400
2400
2400
3200
3200
3200
3200
3200
6400
8600
type
Return Eye (Eye
length: Approx. 4")
Endless
Endless
Endless
Endless
Endless
Endless
Endless
Endless
Endless
Endless
Endless
Endless
MAXIMUM CAPACITIES* (LBS.)
1,000 lb.
1,000 lb.
60°
1,000 lb.
707 lb.
1,000 lb.
707 lb.
45°
How To Carry Two Full Buckets
• Above illustrations typify the stresses imposed
on slings when legs are attached to the load at
various angles
• While rated capacities are shown in this
catalog, these tables were inserted primarily to
show the severe reduction in capacity when a
sling is operated at a wide angle
• Whenever head room permits, it is
recommended that the angle with the vertical
not exceed 45°
• Where head room is small and sling must be
spread at an excessive angle, special care must
be used in selecting a sling
• In such cases, consult your distributor or
Hubbell Power Systems, Inc.
500 lb.
500 lb.
1,000 lb.
1,000 lb.
577 lb.
577 lb.
30°
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
55
60
80
TABLE A
sling angles
Stresses per
Sling Leg
Per 1000 lb.
Total Load
500
502
508
518
532
552
577
610
653
707
778
872
1000
2880
Sling Angle
with
Vertical
WEBBING SLINGS
Catalog
Number
C4170133
C4170134
C4170135
C4170136
C4170137
C4170138
C4170139
C4170140
C4170141
C4170142
C4170143
C4170588
C4170589
Width
Inches
2"
1"
1"
1"
1"
1"
1
3
/
4
"
1
3
/
4
"
1
3
/
4
"
1
3
/
4
"
1
3
/
4
"
1"
1
3
/
4
"