Pac-Flex--Premium Alloy Chain Mesh Slings
These slings are specified for multiple lifting uses in metalworking and other applications where the loads are abrasive, hot, or tend to cut other types of slings. Pac-Flex is a uniquely engineered and patented arrangement of alloy steel chain and 1/8” wire rope. End fittings are heat-treated alloy steel. Pac-Flex fills a niche that web slings--and even wire mesh slings--cannot fill. In fact, Pac-Flex is vastly superior in many aspects to the wire mesh sling.
Available in Two Different Styles
Type 1: Choker sling, meaning the sling can be used in all three common hitches--vertical, basket or choker
Type 2: Basket sling, meaning the sling can only be used in vertical or basket hitches (the end fittings cannot pass one through the other)
- Patented combination of alloy steel chain and 1/8" wire rope
- Heavy-duty grade features 5/16" chain links
- End fittings made of heat-treated alloy steel
- Flat, smoother bearing surface compared to wire mesh slings
- Flexible…will conform to irregular shapes
- Withstands temperatures up to 400ºF
- Easy to inspect, and easy to repair (each individual component can be repaired or replaced by Liftex as needed)
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