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Termination Efficiency Factor (TEF)

As you’ll all know, the termination efficiency factor for a hand-spliced cable-laid sling (the splice used to make an eye in a large diameter sling) has been taken as 0.75 since at least the days of the HSE’s PM20 (1987 revision), subsequently superseded by IMCA’s M179 in 2005.  136 more words


How many slings do you really need?

In recent weeks I have been forced to begin a process known as de-stashing. For the uninitiated, this basically means selling off the majority of the slings I own. 1,544 more words


Buy Wire Rope Slings From Online Lifting Equipment Supplier

The internet has become such a phenomenon that buying things from online is something that most buyers prioritize. One of the greatest features of online shopping has always been the quality of shopping and time that it saves for buyers. 210 more words

The Piccadilly Experience


Since I’ve started blogging, a lot of start-up brands have approached me for a collaboration. But, the fact is that I am a little choosy when it comes to featuring a brand on the blog as the brand has to meet my own personal check list first. 250 more words

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For sale

Here are somethings i still have available for sale:

Contact galima.golightly@gmail.com for purchasing instructions

Slings $30-$35

Bibs(drool bibs and man bibs)


Nursing pads $10 for a set of 3… 18 more words

Snowsuits, Scarves, Slings and Safety

The weather has turned a little chilly, and every caring parent’s mind turns to how to keep their baby warm in the cold air. Out come the snuggly snowsuits and the hooded jackets, out come the warm cosy scarves, all aimed to keep you and baby toasty warm.  1,982 more words