What does WLL mean on the rigging products?
WLL is the abbreviation for Working Load Limit. It means the maximum allowable load that a piece of rigging equipment can safely lift; it is also sometimes called “rated load” or “rated capacity”.
Rigging users must be aware that the WLL of a piece of rigging may be reduced by several factors such as temperature, environment, and angle of loading or type of hitch used.
Does dirt and grease affect the strength or shorten the life of synthetics slings?
Dirty in a web/round sling can promote internal abrasion that can reduce sling strength and possibly shorten sling life.
What is the difference between G80 and G100 Chain?
Grade 100 chain slings are approximately 25% stronger than grade 80 chain slings of the same diameter. The chain is harder, resulting in greater abrasion resistance and, therefore, longer life.
Can you Send Samples?
We can send samples to customers to check the quality.
Do you have the Stock?
Most of the products have no stock, but the regular products we have some several hundred quantities stock. For large quantities, we can produce them immediately. The usual production time is about 40-50 days.
Can we Accept OEM or can you Put the Logo on the Products?
Yes, OEM and ODM are acceptable.
How do you Control the Quality?
We have an inspection team to control the quality from material to finished products. Our QC will inspect and follow each step. And we can provide the test report and certificate of each product.
Do you Have MOQ Requirements?
Different products have different MOQ, please contact us for details.
What is your Production Time?
Sample order needs 5-7 days, mass production time needs about 40-50 days.