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U)For all eye splices, the eye shall be sufficiently large to provide an included angle of not more than 60 deg. at the apex of the splice when the eye is placed over the hook, under the load, or on any other load bearing device (see Fig. 2). 1 Temperature. Nylon and polyester slings shall not be used in contact with objects or at temperatures in excess of 194°F (90°C), or below -40°F (-40°C). Polypropylene slings shall not be used in contact with objects or at temperatures in excess of 150°F (66"C), or below -40°F (-40°C).
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S) A sling in which the spirals are locked or without free articulation shall not be used. (t) Never hammer a sling to straighten a spiral or cross rod or to force a spiral into position. ( U ) Slings used in pairs should be attached to a spreader beam. 6 shall be followed. ( i ) visible distortion of either end fitting out of its plane; ( j ) cracked end fitting. 6). (6) The weight of the load shall be within the rated load of the sling. ( c ) Slings shall be shortened or otherwise adjusted (96) only by methods approved by the sling manufacturer.