Tow Strap With Hook
All the details including the webbing, hardware, protective sleeve, packing material, etc.
Will be seriously recorded for the production from your further re-order.
With the support of R&D team, we do all the production with the CAD chart to make sure that the quality meets your standard and it will be kept the same for each shipment.
Attach SPC strap to disabled vehicle frame or tow hook.
Attach other end to recovery vehicle frame, tow hook, or ball hitch. Pad all edges which may damage the strap. Take up slack in strap by gradually moving recovery vehicle forward.
See reverse for operating practices and cautions.
USE CARE AND INSPECTION REQUIREMENTS
Upon receipt of each new sling, make certain that it meets the requirements of your Purchase Order and that it has not been damaged in shipment.
ALWAYS INSPECT STRAPS BEFORE EACH USE
Remove Recovery Straps from service if any of the following are visible:
A. The rated capacity tag is missing or illegible.
B. Exposure of red core warning yarn.
C. Broken or worn threads in the stitch patterns.
D. Knots in any part of the strap.
E. Any evidence of heat or chemical damage, including melting or charring.
F. Cuts on the face or edges of the webbing.
G. Holes, tears, snags, or crushed webbing.
H. Excessive abrasive wear.
I. Any other visible damage which causes doubt as to the strap strength.
A. Straps shall not be loaded in excess of the rated capacity.
B. Straps shall not be shortened by twisting, knotting or other unapproved methods.
C. Straps shall not be lengthened by knotting, choking or basketing straps together,or by any other unapproved method.
D. Straps shall be hitched in a manner providing control of the load.
E. Web straps shall always be protected from being cut or damaged by corners,
edges, protrusions or abrasive surfaces. See Wear Pad section of Lift-All catalog.
F. Keep all portions of the human body from between the strap and the load, and from between the strap and the lifting hook.
G. Personnel should stand clear of the strap and vehicles when under load.
H. Shock loading should be avoided.
I. Twisting and kinking of straps shall be avoided.
J. Before towing, make certain that the strap, attachments, or load shall not snag.Personnel shall be continuously alert to avoid snagging or bumping.
K. Straps should be stored in an area where they will not be subject to mechanical damage, moisture, extreme heat or ultraviolet light.
L. Do not expose straps to chemicals that are not compatible with all of the strap materials. (See the Lift-All Catalog.)
M. Nylon and Polyester straps shall not be used in temperatures in excess of 200° F.
N. Exposure to sunlight or ultraviolet light will degrade the strength of synthetic web.
O. Straps should not be dragged on the floor or over an abrasive surface.