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Is Dried Concrete on a Synthetic Web Sling Cause for Removal Criteria?

If you find dried concrete on one of your synthetic web slings, is that enough to remove it from service? The latest episode of Ask the Experts is live!

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At the end of our live rigging tool box talks, we open up for a Q&A session so our viewers get their rigging questions answered in real-time. In this video, a viewer shared some concerns about a few synthetic web slings they found on a job site, and whether or not the dried concrete they found was enough to remove it from service.

In this video:
0:00 – Intro
0:10 – A viewer asks, “If you have a web sling, and it has hardened concrete on it, should it be removed?”
0:14 – Adam Franz, a Top Trainer Award Recipient, responds.
0:40 – Bob Gubanich, Mazzella’s Corporate Trainer, responds.
1:29 – Closing.

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