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Lifting sling

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P/N: 2C81007G03

Country: ESTONIA

Manufactured by OEM: No

Quantity: 1


Lifting Sling

The Lifting Sling, part number 2C81007G03, is an aerospace-grade device designed to facilitate the secure handling and positioning of aircraft components during maintenance and assembly operations.

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  • Part Number: 2C81007G03
  • Load Capacity: Specified by Manufacturer (contact for exact value)
  • Material: High-strength, wear-resistant alloy
  • Connection Type: Industrial-grade hooks
  • Length: Specified by Manufacturer (contact for exact measurement)
  • Compliance: Meets aerospace industry standards for lifting equipment


The Lifting Sling 2C81007G03 is an essential tool for aircraft maintenance technicians and assembly professionals. Manufactured from a high-strength, wear-resistant alloy, the sling is engineered to withstand the rigors of the aerospace environment, ensuring long-term durability and reliability. The precise load capacity of this lifting sling is provided by the manufacturer and can be obtained upon request to ensure it meets the specific requirements of your operation.

The device features industrial-grade hooks that provide a strong and secure connection to the aircraft components, thereby enhancing safety during lifting. While the length of the sling is also provided by the manufacturer, it is designed with sufficient flexibility to handle various shapes and sizes of aviation parts. This lifting sling complies with the stringent standards set by the aerospace industry, guaranteeing that it meets the professional requirements for proper lifting practices.

Integrating this lifting sling into your tool repertoire will significantly improve the efficiency and safety of maintenance and assembly tasks. Its robust construction and design features make it an indispensable tool for ensuring that components are maneuvered with precision and care, thereby protecting both personnel and delicate equipment from potential damage during critical handling processes.