Brugg Steel Ropes sp. z o. o. sp.k.

Manufacturer of slings

If you need a manufacturer of slings, BRUGG Liny Stalowe is at your disposal. As a manufacturer of slings, we are obliged to produce in accordance with EU standards, but also to issue a declaration of conformity, operating instructions and granting the CE mark. We can offer rope slings, chain slings, polyester belt and hose slings with the load capacity and length required by you. We have all the machines a sling manufacturer needs: hydraulic presses with dies, a Grummet sling splicing machine, and strength testing machines.

In addition to standard slings, we also produce special slings for transporting unusual loads. In this case, we design and manufacture traverses according to the customer's needs.

To ensure your safety when securing loads, we, as a sling manufacturer, have prepared several instructions for the use of slings and lifting devices:

1. Checking the load hook lock – Does the load hook lock move properly? – The hook lock must close! – In case of a fault: Report to the crane operator/supervisor

2. Assessment of the transported goods - Can the material be transported with a crane in this condition (undamaged packaging, stable wooden pallet, no loose parts)?

3. Attaching slings – Wrap chains, straps or ropes tightly around the goods being transported so that they cannot shift while the load is being lifted.

4. Slow Up Hand Signal – Command the crane operator to “slow up” using hand signals, Monitor the lifting process from a short and safe distance

5. Danger - If the load tilts or the lifting points move: give a hand signal "stop", Never correct a suspended load manually!

6. Inspection of slings - Is the sling undamaged (no cracks, cuts, creases, loops)? Can the goods being transported be transported with the selected sling?

7. Selection of attachment points - Where should the sling be attached to the transported goods? The transported goods should be transported in a balanced position. Take into account the center of gravity of the load!

8. Locating the sling user - Safe posture, Alternative option when the load makes uncontrolled movements, Eye contact with the crane operator, There is no risk of falling or trapping the user,

9. Inspection of a suspended load – If the load is just above the ground, check: Is the load balanced and are the attachment points stable? If so: “Keep lifting” hand signal

10. At the finish – Move beyond the swing range of the hoist, Never stand under a suspended load