SAR 18mm Twin Eyed Sling - 30cm

18mm Polyester Superweb.

Break strength as a round sling is 24kN when new and the test strength for EN354 which is the most arduous of the three standards they conform to is 22kN. To produce a twin eyed sling a round sling is produced and the circle is then sewn together. The rescuers Personal Positioning Sling (PPS) has been produced the same way as the twin eye, but the top eye has a full wrap of protection and an extension tail of 1M to help with adjustment. The standard colours are Orange and Black.

These can be used with the ROCKER or as a short extension for many things such as a cow’s tails in rope access.

This size is mainly used as cow’s tail as in rope access for traversing. They can also used as a safety back-up link for yourself or a casualty in rescue, main ascender link sling in ascending and many other uses for the experienced technician.

Products specifications
Attribute nameAttribute value
Rope Access Product TypeSlings
Lifeline MaterialWebbing

SAR 18mm Twin Eyed Sling - 30cm

Length: 30cm
Type: Twin
Manufacturer: SAR
SKU: S0005
£5.08 excl vat £6.10 inc vat
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