1. What is the smallest diameter item that can be placed in the eye of a wire rope sling?

a. Double the diameter

b. Equal to the diameter

c. Half the diameter

d. Three times the diameter

2. The formula to figure the angle factor on a sling is expressed by_______.

a. Sling angle factor = L/H

b. Sling angle factor = H/L

c. Sling angle factor = L1/L2

d. Sling angle factor = L2/L

3. Which of the following reductions in rope diameter would require replacement?

a. L x W x H

b. L x L x L

c. W x H1 x H2

d. H1 x H2 x H3

4. Given that steel weights 490 lbs per cubic foot, a 5’ x 6’ x 6” block of steel weights?

a. 7,350 lbs

b. 88,200 lbs

c. 51,0335 lbs

d. 61,247 lbs

5. What ANSI standard covers Below-the-Hook lifting devices?

a. ANSI B30.5

b. ANSI B30.1

c. ANSI B30.20

d. ANSI B30.9

6. If the opening of a hook is stretched over ______ percent or ¼” it must be replaced.

a. 5

b. 10

c. 15

d. 20

7. What is the minimum safety factor used for chains in hoisting applications

a. 6:1

b. 5:1

c. 4:1

d. 3:1

8. What is the lowest sling angle allowed for wire rope or chain?

a. 60 degrees

b. 45 degrees

c. 30 degrees

d. As long as the angle is estimated it is the users responsibility

9. The tension on one leg of a two-leg alloy steel chain sling lifting a load of 8.4 tons, with a horizontal angle of 45 degrees is ? (Use 1.414 angle factor)

a. 4.14 tons

b. 5.94 tons

c. 8.28 tons

d. 11.88 tons

10. The load angle factor for a horizontal angle of 10 degrees is

a. 2.924

b. 5.414

c. 5.747

d. 6.542

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