Dropsafe Slings


The Dropsafe Safety Sling range offers a high standard of secondary securing for fixtures located at height.

How Dropsafe Slings Work

The Dropsafe Slings are made of SUS 316 stainless steel, and are specifically designed for use in harsh environments whilst offering exceptional performance and durability.

Tested and certified to over 5X the Safe Working Load, the Dropsafe Slings provide an effective way to increase work site safety. They boast a range of specific features, including the Trisafe™ Carabiner, double ferrules at each end, and an ID tag for increased traceability.

The Dropsafe Padlock features an integrated securing cable and carabiner which enables it to be tethered to a secure structure. This prevents the Padlock from becoming a dropped object hazard when being placed or temporarily stored on walkways and beams at height.

It is recommended to only use securing cables for fixtures where the manufacturer has built in attachment points specifically designed for secondary securing. Furthermore, due to dynamic load risk, the fixture manufacturer’s secondary attachment points must be able to withstand 5 times the Safe Working Load (SWL).

  • Benefits

  • Features

  • Integrated safety features
  • SUS/AISI 316 stainless steel wire
  • Fully tested & certified
  • Designed & tested to over five times (5X) the product Safe Working Load (SWL)
  • Fast & easy installation no tools required
  • Triple action auto locking Trisafe™ Carabiner - 316L
  • Suitable for harsh environments
  • Traditional Carabiner with spring-loaded gate nut available
  • Fire & chemical resistant
  • ID tag for improved tracebility
  • Fully recyclable
  • ABS approved for DOPP+ standard

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