Eslingas y estrobos de poliester
Gunnebo Industrier, the world’s leading
manufacturer of complete lifting
systems, introduces its new and complete range of integrated soft
and lashing systems. Our quality is highly regarded throughout the
and is fundamental to Gunnebo’s continual development.
Gunnebo started its production in 1764 and is today an internationally
growing security group with 106 companies located in 32 countries.
Group has sales to a further hundred markets via agents and distributors.
Our state of the art factory at Junsele dedicated to the production
soft products is accredited with EN ISO 9001:2000 which is consistent
the Gunnebo Group’s policy of producing high quality goods
and its dedication
to the safety of persons and property.
Lifting – Every time
operations call for a very high level of safety. The
lifting equipment and the way it is used are crucial
to your safety on site. To guarantee a high level of
quality Gunnebo has its own factory for soft products
By making webbing out of 100 % polyester in our own
weaving mill we have a systematic quality control at
every manufacturing stage from raw material to the finished
product. In that you can trust!
Quality will always be of the highest importance to Gunnebo, and
everything we do is in line with the strong dedication on safety
for persons and property in the Gunnebo group. The soft products
are certainly not an exception to that. To be accredited with EN
ISO 9001:2000 and manufacture according to the recognised standards
is a matter of course for Gunnebo!
We make webbing out of 100 % polyester in our own weaving mill,
which means that we can have a systematic quality control at every
manufacturing stage from raw material to the finished product. That
is a guarantee for a high level of safety and long life of the products!
Gunnebo´s soft lifting products are made entirely of polyester
and the raw-material (e.g. polyester yarn) is supplied from carefully
chosen producers that meet our exacting demands. Polyester should
not be confused with polypropylene since there are several differences:
Polyester resists friction and wear much better than
- Polyester is stronger if you have the same volume
of each material.
- The melting point for polyester is 260°C whilst
it is 165°C for polypropylene.
- Polyester lifting products must not be used with loads
above 100°C. The corresponding heat for polypropylene
- Lifting equipment in polyester has a blue ID tag and
lifting equipment in polypropylene has a brown ID tag.