How to Order Bridle Assemblies
1. Complete Stock Number
2. SLING LENGTH:
All assembly lengths are bearing hardware,
unless otherwise specified.
Nylon or Polyester
Polyester webbing is available in (9) heavy duty web class only.
For Polyester Max Edge™ webbing, add letters “PME” to stock number.
4. TOP FITTING:
Masterlinks are automatically supplied, unless you specify a Masterlink with Subassemblies, (MSA). For MSA option add letters MSA to the stock number. (Example: MLB2-EE2903-pme-hh-MSA).
5. Sling PROTECTION:
Description, location and quantity of wear pads and/or sleeves, see pages 43-52.
6. DESCRIPTION OF END FITTINGS:
Slings can be damaged and cut when lifting on load edges, corners, protrusions or over abrasive surfaces. The sling must ALWAYS be protected with materials of sufficient strength, thickness and construction to prevent damage and catastrophic sling failure. Sling protection must be installed and evaluated for suitability by raising the load slightly, and then lowering the load for an inspection of the sling and the protection devices. Several “test” lifts, inspections and evaluations may be necessary to determine the proper form of protection for a successful lift. Damaged or misused sling protection can result in sling failure. Inspect the sling protection before each use and remove if damaged. Be sure the Sling Protection is the correct type and size to protect the sling. The length of the sleeve or protection material(s) must not interfere with the sling closing to the full gripping position on the load. Sling protection may not prevent cutting or other forms of sling damage. To avoid severe personal injury or death, personnel should be kept away from the load and never be under or near the load, while it is being lifted or suspended.