35mm Ratchet Straps with Hooks
Ratchet straps, also called lashing straps, tie down straps or tie downs, are used for securing loads for transit on flatbed trucks, in vans and lorries, etc.
These 35mm ratchet straps are available in four versions:
- 1 Piece: A web is stitched on to a ratchet handle assembly.
- 2 Parts* with snap hooks
- 2 Parts* with chassis hooks
- 2 Parts* with claw hooks
*Manufactured by stitching a ratchet strap hook onto a length of tie down webbing. Another hook and web are stitched on to a ratchet handle assembly.
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- Various Ratchet Straps Hooks available
- Lightweight, Flexible and Handy
- Guarantees a high load-bearing capacity
- Extremely resilient belt material
- Resistant to stretching and abrasion
- Moisture-resistant fabric to eliminate frost damage, at the same time providing largely decay-resistant properties
- Low-strain and Wear-resistant material promises a long service life
- Thermally fixed
- Protected against abrasion
Material: 100% Polyester (PES)
Length: 6 m and 8 m
Lashing Capacity(LC): 1000 daN
(What is lashing capacity? The lashing capacity or LC according to EN 12195-2 means the maximum allowed force on the strap in a straight pull)
Belt Color: Yellow
Standards: All Yale ratchet straps are heat set, stretched, PU-impregnated and in conformity with EN 12195-2
- Standard tension force STF 150 daN at standard hand force SHF 50 daN.
How to Use Ratchet Straps?
The ratchet strap is absolutely a piece of extremely effective equipment to support many different weights and cargo sizes when used properly.
However, our specialists have seen many cases that lashing straps damage very quickly and seriously because of misuse. Worse still, it can cause road hazards.
Here are the two main processes of using yours!
1) How to Thread Ratchet Straps?
- Step 1: Insert loose end of the strap into mandrel of the ratchet (fig.1)
- Step 2: Pull strap through the slot of the mandrel, and make the strap tight by removing any slacks (fig. 2)
- Step 3: Move the ratchet handle back and forth to tighten the webbing (fig.3)
- Step 4: Lock the handle down after tightening (fig.4)
2) How to Release Ratchet Straps?
- Step 1: Squeeze the webbing release bar
- Step 2: Open the ratchet 180 degrees (fig. 1) for webbing removal
Ratchet Strap Storage and Application
(Source: Health & Safety Authority)