12 Day's of Training: Synthetic Slings

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A question that has been asked many times over the last 20 years in this industry is, "Do I have to wait until I see the red fiber yarn to take my sling out of service?"

Well the quick answer is NO. The red tracer is merely an iAd as to let you know that some scrubbing (abrasion) or cutting has occurred. We never want to get into that mind set of having to wait to see red yarns before we take our slings out of service.

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Amanda Henry
Amanda Henry

Amanda began her career at ITI in January 2018. She has a bachelor's degree from Washington State University in Social Sciences with a primary focus in communications and a secondary focus in Psychology. As Marketing Specialist, Amanda’s responsibilities include content creation, ad campaign management, and monitoring and reporting on customer satisfaction.

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