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How to Inspect a Synthetic Roundsling to ASME B30.9 Standards

The most basic, yet essential, part of using a synthetic roundsling is inspecting it prior to each use.

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The most basic, yet essential, part of using a synthetic roundsling is inspecting it prior to each use. Inspecting your synthetic roundsling will confirm that the equipment is in proper working condition, and that the correct synthetic roundsling is being used for the specific job requirements.

Which CMAA Overhead Crane Service Class is Best for Your Business?

Selecting the right class and duty cycle for an overhead crane is critical for balancing the initial investment of a crane system with the cost of future maintenance that will be required.

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If you put a little bit of thought and consideration into how often you will be using an overhead crane, how hard your overhead crane will have to work, and the type of environment that your crane will be working in, you can get a pretty good sense of what type of crane duty cycle or service class will be best for your business or facility.

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