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Lift-All 2" x 3 ft Type 2 Roughneck Wire Mesh Sling - 12 Gage - 1600 lbs WLLImage shown may be a stock photo and is for reference only.

Lift-All 2" x 3 ft Type 2 Roughneck Wire Mesh Sling - 12 Gage - 1600 lbs WLL

Item #:LA-2T212X3
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  • This product is rated for overhead lifting.

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  • Lift-All 2" x 3 ft Type 2 Roughneck Wire Mesh Sling - 12 Gage - 1600 lbs WLL

    • Widely used in metalworking shops and steel warehouses where loads are abrasive, hot or tend to cut synthetic materials
    • Each sling is proof-tested and permanently stamped with capacity and serial number
    • Will grip load firmly without stretching
    • Surface area is large and helps to distribute load forces and reduce potential damage
    • End fittings are made of zinc-plated alloy steel, mesh is high-tensile galvanized steel
    • Use in vertical or basket hitches
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    12 Gage
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