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Flat Web Slings and Roundslings

Why shop from Southeast Rigging?

Southeast Rigging is a premier source of synthetic web slings and assemblies. Businesses and contractors in Jacksonville, Orlando, Tampa, and the entire Southeast region come to us for their rigging equipment needs. From triangle choker slings to round slings to multi-leg bridles, you can find every type of synthetic web sling that you need for any project from Florida’s premier supplier of synthetic web slings. 

Our knowledgeable sales representatives will recommend the right products based on your application. We also provide USA-made products when you specifically ask for them. In addition to helping you find the most suitable slings for the job, our sales representatives provide after-sales support. You may contact us after purchasing for product-related assistance and inquiries. 

Browse your options today. Customization is available upon request. We strive to provide you with webbing slings that meet your specifications.

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Learn more about our synthetic web slings and round slings

Southeast Rigging features a full catalog of rigging and lifting equipment. Check pages 85 to 93 of the catalog for more details about our synthetic web slings and assemblies.

Choosing the Right Synthetic Web Sling

Synthetic web slings are cost-efficient, light weight and they can easily hoist, lift, and rig heavy loads. But they’re not an all-rounder type of sling. Synthetic slings are more susceptible to cuts, tears and overall wear when used incorrectly. Choose the right type of synthetic slings for your application based on these factors:

  • Load Size and Length: Always measure your load size and calculate its weight before purchasing synthetic web slings. You want a sling that can safely and securely lift your load.
  • Ply Configuration: Each layer of a synthetic web sling is called a ply. And the more plies there are, the stronger the sling will be. Check the ply configuration to match your application.
  • Accessories: Your synthetic web sling could last longer and be more durable if you accompany it with accessories like sling pads, edge guards, and corner protectors.

Customers throughout the entire Southeast region trust Southeast Rigging’s synthetic web slings and accessories because we know what we’re talking about. With over 100 years of combined experience in the industry, we supply the most efficient and dependable products for businesses and contractors.

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Find the Right Synthetic Web Slings Here

Southeast Rigging is a trusted supplier of synthetic web slings in the Southeastern United States. You may check our catalog for detailed information about our synthetic web slings. Contact us today for inquiries or if you need help finding a specific product.

Types of Synthetic Web Slings

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Eye and Eye Web Slings

Eye & Eye Flat slings have flat eyes on each end of the sling. They can be used in vertical, choker, and basket hitches.
Eye & Eye Twist slings have a 90° twist in the eye to help form a better choker hitch. They can be used in vertical, choker, and basket hitches.

Infinite Loop Web Slings

Endless Sling is a versatile circular lifting sling. It can be used in vertical, choker, and basket hitches. Because of it's round design, you can rotate the wear points during each use.

Reverse Eye Web Slings

A reverse eye web sling is similar to an endless web sling but with butted edges sewn together to double the sling width. The eyes and wear pads of both sides of a reverse eye web sling are reinforced to provide maximum resistance to abrasion and wear and tear.

Triangle/Choker Web Slings

Triangle – Choker slings have steel or aluminum triangles on each end with one being slotted. This slotted triangle allows the sling to be used in choker hitches as well as vertical and basket hitches.

Triangle/Triangle Web Slings

Triangle – Triangle slings have steel or aluminum triangles on each end for vertical and basket hitches.

Wide Lift Web Slings

A wide lift web sling has a wider width and more surface area than other web slings, making them ideal for a basket hitch. This configuration improves load stability, which is especially important for bulky and fragile loads.

Web Sling Bridle Assembly

Web Sling Bridle Assembly is a multiple leg assembly with a wide range of capacities and end fitting options for any lifting situation. Hardware is reusable to save money over total replacement.

Sliding Choker

Sliding Choker slings utilize a sliding choker hook designed specifically for web slings. The sliding choker hook allows easy adjustment when using a choker hitch to lift a load.
Sling Protection is a great option to help prolong the life of your sling investment. There are a variety of materials and configurations to suit any application.

Synthetic Web Sling Materials

Using synthetic web slings can help reduce costs, improve efficiency and increase safety when lifting heavy items. Nylon and polyester web slings are excellent options for any application requiring superior strength and flexibility at an affordable price.

Synthetic web slings come in various materials, the most popular being nylon and polyester.

Types of Materials

Nylon

Nylon web slings are particularly popular for their strength, flexibility, and affordability. They also resist abrasion, rot, mildew, oil, and other chemicals. Nylon web slings are often used for heavy-duty applications such as lifting large loads or support structures.

Polyester

Polyester web slings offer similar advantages as nylon but tend to be more expensive due to their high resistance to stretching. They are typically preferred when dealing with delicate materials that require precise positioning or uniform support around them.

Round Sling

Synthetic round body slings help better secure and stabilize rounded loads. This sling easily contours to a round shape to help lift bails, pipe, pillars, and anything else that lacks regular pick points
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Flat Web Sling

Flat body web slings have widespread use in machinery, shipping, transportation, and construction, among other industries. They feature looped ends and a high load rating to assist many lifting applications.

Ratchet Straps

Synthetic ratchet straps provide a reliable way to secure loads. Heavy-duty and durable, our ratchet straps are made to last and handle a variety of applications. These are ideal where very secure tie-down or securement solutions are needed.
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Find the Right Synthetic Web Slings Here

Southeast Rigging is a trusted supplier of synthetic web slings in the Southeastern United States. You may check our catalog for detailed information about our synthetic web slings. Contact us today for inquiries or if you need help finding a specific product.
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