Webbing Slings Professional

In this category, you will find high-quality webbing slings specifically designed for climbing and mountaineering. Slings are essential to every mountaineer's and climber's gear. Whether as a connection means or for fixation - webbing slings and round slings are an indispensable element for anyone who enjoys being at great heights. Our range includes webbing slings in various lengths from 30cm to 240cm. The breaking load varies depending on the material and width and should be between 22 kN and 40 kN. We offer you a wide range of different colours and materials, such as round slings made of nylon, polyamide, or Dyneema. Webbing slings are an indispensable part of your climbing equipment and serve to connect various elements or act as a safety device. They can be used for various purposes, such as connecting carabiners, as anchor points for safety devices or for slinging rocks or trees.

Webbing slings are made of tear-resistant material and serve to secure mountaineers and climbers. They are available in various lengths and widths and are made from different materials, including nylon, Dyneema, and polyamide. Webbing slings consist of a ring that is formed by joining the two ends of the sling. This ring allows carabiners to be attached or other slings to be threaded through.

Webbing slings are typically used to connect carabiners. The carabiner is clipped into the ring of the webbing sling to establish a connection between two points. This way, for example, two fixed points can be connected to create an anchor point. Webbing slings can also be used to fix objects or as a belay sling.

• Material: Webbing slings are made from various materials, including nylon, Dyneema, and polyamide. The choice of material depends on the respective use. Nylon, for example, is very robust and well suited for use in alpine terrain. Dyneema, on the other hand, is particularly light and is often used in sport climbing.

• Length and Width: Webbing slings are available in various lengths and widths. The choice of the right size depends on the respective use. Longer slings should be used to bridge larger distances between fixed points. Wider slings are more stable and better suited for use as a belay sling.

• Standards: Webbing slings should meet common standards to ensure high safety. In Europe, there is the standard DIN EN 354 for webbing slings. This defines the requirements that webbing slings must meet to be considered safe. The breaking load varies depending on the material and width and is typically between 22 kN and 40 kN.

To ensure a long lifespan and safety of webbing slings, they should be regularly maintained. The following tips should be observed:

After each use, webbing slings should be checked for damage. If there are signs of wear or damage, they should be replaced.

Webbing slings should not come into contact with sharp objects as they can be damaged as a result.

Before storage, webbing slings should be cleaned and dried. It should be ensured that no moisture enters the ring of the sling.

Webbing slings should be protected from direct sunlight as UV radiation can weaken the material.

The lifespan of webbing slings depends on various factors, such as the frequency of use and proper care. As a rule, however, webbing slings should be replaced after a maximum of 5 years.

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