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Type 3 Flat Eye & Eye Lifting Sling - 17600 lbs WLL

By Dawnerz

Original price $149.99 - Original price $259.99
Original price
$149.99 - $259.99
Current price $149.99
Size: 14 ft

Effortlessly conquer your most heavyweight lifting challenges with the exceptional strength and stability of Dawnerz's 17,600 lb working load limit (WLL) Type 3 lifting slings. Engineered from high-tensile, double-ply polyester webbing, these premium slings are built to dominate even the most demanding lifting operations across diverse industries.

  • Unmatched Lifting Capacity: Handle massive loads with unwavering confidence, thanks to the industry-leading 17,600 lb WLL. Effortlessly maneuver heavyweight objects without compromising safety or efficiency.
  • Safety First: Your safety is our priority. These slings are meticulously crafted to meet the industry's highest safety standards, featuring Class 5 certified webbing with a 5:1 safety factor for exceptional peace of mind.
  • Durable & Unmatched Durability: Experience long-lasting performance. These slings are built to endure harsh environments, resisting wear, moisture, extreme temperatures (-40°F to 200°F), chemicals, oil, grease, saltwater, and UV rays. They're perfect for conquering challenges in any setting, indoors or outdoors.
  • Reinforced Eyes for Extended Lifespan: Fortified eye loops provide additional protection and minimize downtime by ensuring long-lasting performance, reducing replacement costs.

Durable Polyester Lifting Slings

Dawnerz Type 3 web slings are constructed from high-tenacity polyester, making them the perfect choice for demanding environments. Unlike other materials, polyester boasts exceptional resistance to common acids and hot bleaching agents, keeping your slings reliable for extended use.

Key Advantages

  • Superior Acid Resistance: Say goodbye to worries about acidic substances. Polyester shrugs off typical acids and harsh chemicals, ensuring long-lasting performance.
  • Minimal Stretch for Precise Lifts: Maintain complete control over your load. Polyester slings exhibit minimal stretch (3-5% at rated capacity) for precise lifting and positioning.
  • Wide Temperature Range: Work confidently in diverse environments. These slings perform effectively in extreme temperatures, from -40°F to +200°F.

While polyester excels in many situations, it's important to note that concentrated sulfuric acid and alkalis require a different sling material. Our comprehensive selection of lifting slings ensures you have the right tool for every job.

Technical Specifications

High Tenacity Polyester
Stretch Rate: < 6%

Working Load Limits (WLL)
Vertical Load: 17,600 lbs
Choker Hitch: 14,080 lbs
Basket Hitch: 35,200 lbs

14 ft (4.3 m)
Item Weight: ‎13.1 lbs

20 ft (6.1 m)
Item Weight: ‎17.2 lbs

30 ft (9.1 m)
Item Weight: ‎25.2 lbs

Common Specifications:
Width: 9.4 inch (239 mm)
Thickness: 0.2 inch (5.0 mm)
Loop Diameter: 25.6 inch (650 mm)

Country of Origin

How to Choose

Equipping yourself with the perfect web lifting slings is essential for safe and efficient lifting operations. Here's a guide to help you select the ideal slings for your needs:

1. Strength for the Lift: Working Load Limit (WLL) is Key

  • Focus on WLL: Always prioritize the Working Load Limit (WLL) of the sling. Choose slings with a WLL exceeding the weight of the load you intend to lift.
  • Hitch Matters: The WLL can vary depending on the hitch type used (vertical, choker, basket). Refer to the sling's capacity chart to ensure you're using the correct hitch and not exceeding the WLL for that specific configuration.
  • Safety Factor: Lifting slings typically have a built-in safety factor (often 5:1 or 7:1). This means the sling's breaking strength is several times higher than its WLL. However, it's crucial to never exceed the WLL for safe lifting.

2. Finding the Perfect Fit: Length and Application

  • Consider the Load Size and Reach: Choose a sling length that allows for proper lifting height and attachment to designated lifting points.
  • Single vs. Double Ply: Single ply slings offer flexibility for maneuvering around tight spaces. Double ply slings provide increased lifting capacity for heavier loads.

3. Secure Connection: Selecting the Right Fittings

Web slings come with various end fittings like loops, eyes, or hooks. Choose fittings compatible with your lifting equipment and ensure secure attachment during the lift.

Remember: Safety is paramount. Always inspect your slings for damage before each use and follow safe lifting practices. Refer to the sling's manufacturer specifications and industry lifting standards for proper usage.

This guide provides a starting point for choosing web lifting slings. If you have any questions or require assistance selecting the right sling for your specific needs, don't hesitate to contact our lifting experts.


Safety is paramount when using lifting slings. Improper use can lead to serious injury or equipment damage. Here are some essential safety precautions to remember:

  • Inspect Before Each Use: Always thoroughly inspect your slings for any signs of damage, cuts, fraying, or excessive wear and tear. Never use a damaged sling.
  • Choose the Right Sling for the Job: Select slings with a working load limit (WLL) exceeding the weight of the load you're lifting. Refer to the sling's capacity chart for proper use based on hitch type (vertical, choker, basket).
  • Mind the Hitch: Use the appropriate hitch for the lifting task and ensure the sling is correctly secured to the lifting points.
  • Never Exceed Capacity: Never overload a sling. Respect the WLL and never lift more weight than the sling is rated for.
  • Maintain a Clear Work Area: Keep the lifting zone free from obstructions and bystanders. Ensure everyone is a safe distance away from the suspended load.
  • Train Your Crew: Proper lifting techniques and sling safety procedures are crucial. Ensure all personnel involved in the lifting operation are adequately trained.
  • Communicate Clearly: Maintain clear communication between the slingers, lift director, and crane operator to avoid confusion during the lifting process.

By following these essential safety guidelines, you can ensure the safe and successful completion of your lifting tasks. Remember, prioritizing safety protects your crew, equipment, and the load being lifted.

Safety Information

Web Sling Safety Bulletin
Web Sling Removal Criteria


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