To pass a rope round, as a cask, gun, etc., preparatory to attaching a hoisting or lowering tackle.
Continuous tape loop used for making quick attachments to anchor points, eg rocks or trees, for rescue purposes.
a wire-rope loop for use in lifting heavy equipment.
n. a cable or layered length of fabric, (usually the latter), with woven loops in both ends, used to lift a safe or vault door with a boom arm lift or forklift.
a webbing loop used to extend protection
a simple weapon consisting of a looped strap in which a projectile is whirled and then released
a high strength nylon tape, in loop form, and is used in any situation in which you need to extend your anchor
A length of tape that is sewn or tied into a loop
A webbing loop often used to connect gear and sometimes belayers and climbers to anchors or pro. Slings can be as short as two feet or as long as needed for hanging portaledges, handling haul bags, etc.
Rahmen: The metal framework carrying the car or balancing weight, connected to the means of suspension. This sling can be integral with the car enclosure.
A loop of rope, very useful in erection for making a hasty attachment.
A sling of nylon or Spectra/nylon, webbing or cord. These can be single, doubled or tripled, depending on the length of the sling and have many uses in climbing (anchors, runners etc.).
A length of webbing, tied or sewn, used for a variety of purposes
a rope or chain in the form of a loop for lifting, lowering or supporting an object
A net attached by a lanyard to a helicopter cargo hook and used to haul supplies.
A wire or rope contrivance placed around cargo and used to load or discharge it to/from a vessel.
Special chain, wire rope, synthetic fibre strap or ropes used for cargo handling purposes.
A contrivance into which freight is placed to be hoisted into or out of a ship.
A loop of webbing or rope (see runner)
A piece of nylon webbing tied or sewn into a loop.
A short length of rope or webbing sewn or tied into a loop. Also known as a runner.
A length of nylon webbing which is either sewn or tied into a loop and is used in conjunction with the rope and anchors to provide protection. Also called a runner.
A webbing loop either tied or sewn used for anchors or as part of the protection
A length of nylon webbing or cord either sewn or tied into a loop. Used in conjunction with the rope and anchors to provide protection. A daisy chain is a sling sewn into loops so its length can be adjusted easily. A quickdraw is a sewn sling with a carabiner at each end.
Loop of rope or tape, useful for racking gear or looping around chockstones for protection.
Lines used to hoist heavy or awkward objects. 2) The act of using such lines to hoist heavy or awkward objects. Ropes used to secure the center of a yard to the mast.
Hoisting support, which fastens to both the hoist hook used to lift and the object to be lifted.
A looped line of strap or rope attachable to a lanyard to lift, lower, or carry cargo beneath a helicopter. Note Cargo Net.
Sling furniture is usually a suspended, free-swinging chair or bed that is made of a framework connected to hanging straps or rope. When attached to poles or a frame for carrying, a sling becomes a stretcher, a simple form of litter.
A sling is an item of climbing equipment consisting of a tied or sewn loop of webbing that can be wrapped around sections of rock, hitched (tied) to other pieces of equipment or even tied directly to a tensioned line using a special prussik knot, for anchor extension or equalisation. A gear sling is used to organise or carry equipment, and slings are also a component of quickdraws. Usually sold in lengths of 10 cm, 30 cm, 60 cm, 120 cm or 400 cm at either 10 mm or 12 mm widths, slings have a breaking strength of around 22kn.