50mm Heavy Duty Endless Ratchet Straps (1-Piece) with a breaking strength of 6000kg
A ratchet strap, also called a lashing strap, a tie-down strap or a tie down, is used for securing loads. These black 1-piece lashing ratchet straps are especially for use in the showbiz, entertainment industry, events sector (sound & light, concerts, shows, theatre).
This is a range of endless ratchet straps from 3m to 12m in length. Unlike the traditional ones with hooks and other fixtures, Beneca 50mm ratchet straps rely on strong webbing that can be looped around your load and then fed back through the handle of the ratchet to tighten it up.
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- Belgian Fabrication
- 1-piece version: A web stitched on to a ratchet handle assembly.
- Lightweight, Flexible and Easy-to-use (Check ratchet strap instructions below)
- Guarantees a high load-bearing capacity
- Excellent choice for regular outdoor use regardless of weather conditions
- 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
Webbing Length: 3m, 6m, 7m, 12m
Width: 2 inch or 50mm
Breaking Strength: 6000kg
Lashing Capacity(LC): 2000daN (Straight Pull) and 4000daN (Round Pull)
Belt Color: Black
Standards: In conformity with EN 12195-2
Standard Tension Force STF: 350 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 a Ratchet Strap?
- Step 1: Insert the loose end of your 2-inch ratchet strap into mandrel of the ratchet (fig.1)
- Step 2: Pull the 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 a Ratchet Strap?
- 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)