DISCLOSURE - WEBBINGS AND SHOCK CORD
Quantity Shipping Tolerances - VBSS will endeavor to maintain a quantity shipped tolerance of +/-10% for all items. However custom lots manufactured and dyed to meet your specific order requirements will be shipped in their entirety.
Webbing and Shock Cord materials may have a splice in the roll that will cause the roll not to be continuous.
VELBUY SUPPLY SYSTEMS LLC (VBSS) PROVIDES THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION AND ALL END CUSTOMERS, END USERS AND END MANUFACTURERS ARE ADVISED TO READ THE FOLLOIWNG INFORMATIN REGARDING USE AND LIMITATIONS
VBSS conducts inspections and tests all of the textile products we manufacture. Tests are performed using common industry accepted ASTM test methods for narrow woven tapes and webbing. VBSS does not perform any end item and/or finished product testing.
VBSS does not guarantee, under any circumstances, the performance nor makes any claim or warranties to the suitability of any of the materials we sell or manufacture for any purpose whatsoever. It is understood that all item testing is the sole responsibility of the end item manufacturer, end item user and/or the consumers of their products. It is solely the responsibility of the customer and/or end user and/or consumer of their products to test all materials to determine suitability for any specific use or purpose.
VBSS does not accept any responsibility or liability for any damages, in whole or in part, caused by the use of materials supplied or manfactured by VBSS to any purpose whatsoever.
VBSS acknowledges and warns all users of VBSS manufacutured materials that environmental conditions and improper storage may result in degradation of the fibers and reduced performance. Exposure to rain, wind, weather and sunlight may also adversely affect the performance of materials. Effects of exposure may result in reduced tensile strength, increased or decreased stiffness, increased brittleness and/or color fading. The extent to which the material has degraded can only be verified by proper testing. It is strongly recommended that if material is improperly stored or exposed to any or all of the conditions above, that the material be tested prior to use.