Removal From Service Criteria:
a) Missing or illegible sling identification.
Wheel Nets shall be marked to show the following:
1) Name or trademark of the manufacturer
2) Manufacturer’s code or stock number
3) Rated load for the wheel net
4) Type of synthetic material
b) Acid or caustic burns.
c) Melting or charring of any part of the wheel net.
d) Holes, tears, cuts or snags.
e) Broken or worn stitching in the load bearing splices.
f) Excessive abrasive wear.
g) Knots in any part of the wheel net.
h) Discoloration and brittle or stiff areas on any part of the net, which may mean chemical or ultraviolet or
i) Fittings that are pitted, corroded, cracked, bent,
twisted, gouged or broken.
j) For hooks, removal criteria as stated in ASME B30.10.
k) For other applicable hardware, removal criteria as
stated in ASME B30.26.
l) Other conditions, including visible damage, that cause
doubt as to the continued use of Wheel Nets.
Pad Length “H” and Gap “G” for custom Open Net Body styles.
Net Body Style:
- Vehicle Weight
- Overall Vehicle Width
- Vehicle Tire Diameter
- Overall Tire Tread Width
- Net Type:
Body Width “B”
and Length “A”
Lifting Tail Length “D”
- Closed (No Gap)
- Open (With Gap)
Wheel Net Systems are available with a wide range of sizes and capacities. Wheel Net Systems feature a spreader bar, sling bridles and a pair of wheel nets. Reusable storage boxes can be supplied to provide storage and prevent damage.
Do not store heavy, metal objects on top
of Wheel Nets.