A grommet wire rope sling is a particular type of strap that is a continuous loop. It has a cable body or six wires helically arranged around the center of the strand. Manual or mechanical connections then create an infinite loop.
Typically, the grommet wire rope sling consists of a steel core or several metal wires wrapped around the fibers. The material of the wire and the rod and helix structure determine the cable bundle’s final application.
Harnesses are available in single-row and multi-row knots. They are often used with crew necks, vertical hooks, and basket hooks.
- Construction industry
- Automobile industry
- Steel structure
- Oil and gas industry
- General Manufacturing
Advantages of using a grommet wire rope sling
The grommet wire rope sling remains the most popular lifting solution for the following reasons:
Due to the complex braiding structure, the steel wire rope is easy to break. In addition, the central core has an enormous power reserve.
Lightweight, flexible, bendable, and not deformed.
able to withstand wear and tear
Belts with braided or synthetic cords are strong enough to twist.
However, the central puzzle and hook can be reused even if the tie is damaged.
FRANKLIN FLESH-LOCK provides 100% and 75% higher connection efficiency than traditional passive connectors.
Modern lifting of large structures in the offshore construction industry requires technologically advanced alternatives to produce heavy-duty conveyor belts. Franklin Flemish-Lock webbing offers the added technical advantage of reducing the result. The slings are made with unique Franklin Flemish Lock nose construction technology for excellent load support.