Sling ID Barcode Tags (20 Pack)
By having a barcode image on a sling means that instead of typing in a sling ID into SlingSpector, or a compatible asset management system, you can simply scan the barcode with your smartphone or reader.
These Sling ID Barcode Tags feature a unique barcode image & corresponding barcode number. The label material is washable.
We use a Code 39 barcode system. See slingspector.com for more information.
The International Standard for Slings is ISO 10535: Hoists for the transfer of disabled persons – Requirements and test methods. To be compliant you must conduct and record 6 Monthly Inspections. You must also conduct a Sling Inspection Before Use to ensure it is safe to use. These Inspections Before Use, although required, do not need to be documented.
For the 6 Monthly Inspections we recommend using the SlingSpector platform and app to conduct safe, efficient sling inspections.
Item # 5-SLING-ID-TAG
The Tags are intended to stay on the sling permanently, and are therefore required to withstand general sling cleaning. Consequently, excessive chlorine/bleach can damage any material, including sling material. Slings should never be placed directly next to the heat source in dryers, as excessive heat can badly affect the sling and Tag material. If necessary to tumble dry, ensure the drum is cool and the dryer is on a cool setting. Only tumble dry for a minimum time. We do not take responsibility if excessive heat destroys the plastic in the Tag. Variations in washing processes, and the variability of other items in the wash, may mean a Tag becomes detached. A warm tumble dry may curl the edges of the arrowhead, which may contribute to a Tag detaching. We recommend marking the barcode number on the sling, so if a Tag does detach, the correct Tag and can be re-attached to the correct sling.