Edmonton (780) 466-2747

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​​WARNING: Never exceed the working load limit.

Capacities are based on new, unused and undamaged slings. Always inspect before each use

  • Nylon will produce significant stretch, 8%- 12% at capacity making it an excellent shock absorber . Best for live loads including towing.
  • May lose up to 20% capacity when wet, however inhouse testing has revealed our nylon broke beyond published breaking strength even when saturated.
  • Maximum temperature of 99C, 210F and low of -70C and -94F
  •  Melting point 216C - 420F
  • Fair UV resistance
  • Good resistance to Oil and Organic Solvents, Formaldehyde and Alcohols
  • Not recommended for use with Phenols, Alkalis, Iodine and Acids. Chlorine should also be avoided.
  • Nylon is Mold and Mildew resistant.


 Physical Properties:

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Campbell-Mack Supply (1985) Ltd.

Calgary (403) 250-5076