Synthetic Lifting Slings & Recovery Strops
Whether lifting heavy machinery or delicate cargo or recovering a vehicle, synthetic lifting slings and recovery strops can provide the strength and stability you need to get the job done safely. Made from solid and durable materials that don’t stretch or tear under heavy loads, Synthetic Lifting Slings and Recovery Strops are less likely to cause damage to the load being lifted or recovered, as they don’t cut into the material as wire or chains can.
Here at Stenhouse Lifting, our range of synthetic lifting slings and recovery strops are lightweight, flexible, and versatile, making them the preferred lifting solution.
Explore our range below or call us on (07) 3801 6565 if you need help determining which synthetic lifting slings and recovery strops are right for you.
Why are synthetic lifting slings and recovery strops important?
There are many advantages to synthetic lifting slings and recovery strops these include, but aren’t limited to:
- They are made from high-strength synthetic materials and are designed to provide a strong and secure grip on loads.
- They are available in a range of sizes and configurations and can be used for various lifting applications.
- They are flexible and don’t cause damage to the load or vehicle. Making them an ideal substitute for heavy chains or steel wire rope.
- They are much lighter than wire rope or chain, making them easier to manoeuvre and less likely to cause injuries.
How to choose the right synthetic lifting slings and recovery strops
There are many advantages to synthetic lifting slings and recovery strops. These include, but aren’t limited to:
- Determine the type of load that will be lifted or the vehicle that needs to be recovered. Synthetic lifting slings and recovery strops are available in a variety of sizes and strengths, so it is important to select the product that is rated for the weight and fragility of the load.
- Look at the environment. Synthetic lifting slings and recovery strops are made from a variety of materials, so it is important to select a product that will not be damaged by exposure to the elements or the load itself.
- Consider the level of flexibility you need. If you’re lifting irregularly shaped objects, you need a lifting sling that can easily roll around the object and take the object’s shape.
When was the last time you had your synthetic lifting slings and recovery strops inspected?
It’s important to organise regular onsite inspections to keep your lifting equipment in good working order. Even more importantly, you need to ensure your team knows how to identify unsafe assets. This is why we created our before-use inspections and training.