Brown and Perkins, Inc. 10 Type 14-9 Type 14-9 slings are 4-leg “Loadguard” that used both for balanced and unbalanced loads, as well as for heavier loads where the design calls for more distribution of weight by the use of attachment at four points. D W L 4 2.2 1.8 1.3 s 3 6 c 3.5 2.8 2 w 3 4 6 a 5 4.1 2.9 1 4 4 7 2 v 6.7 5.5 3.9 1 4 4 7 2 2 8.8 7.1 5.1 1 4 5 2 9 2 s 14 11 7.8 1 2 5 w 10 2 w 19 16 11 1 w 6 12 d 26 21 15 1 w 6 12 1 34 28 20 2 7 14 1 8 42 34 24 2 4 8 16 1 4 51 42 30 2 2 8 4 16 1a 62 50 36 2 2 8 4 16 1 2 73 60 42 2 w 9 w 18 Inside Width Inches Inside Length Inches Rope Dia. Inches Diameter Inches Tons, 2000 lbs., Design Factor 5:1 RATED EIPS CAPACITIES OBLONG UPPER LINK 4 NOTES: 1. Bridle slings made from ¾” and larger wire rope, which will use horizontal sling angles greater than 60° (more toward vertical), may require a higher capacity hook and/or shackle. Consult your B&P salesperson for more information. 2. Do not use horizontal sling angles less than 30°. 3. Large sizes and special assemblies not shown are available upon request. 4. Source: Wire Rope Technical Board, Wire Rope Sling Users Manual, 3rd Ed., Alexandria, VA 2007 STAINLESS STEEL AND GALVANIZED AVAILABLE ON REQUEST. HOW TO ORDER: Example: For 4-leg bridle sling with hooks on outer ends as shown (14-9-3) 8.8 ton safe working load at 60° X 12 ft. long. ORDER: ½ Inch dia. x 12 ft. Type 14-9-3 Type 14-9-3 4 Leg Strand Loops Joined Laid Spreader by Oval Link Bridle Mechanical Splice Type 14-9-3 Heavy Thimble and Hook on Each Outer End