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Cargo Bars can also be known around the professional trucking and cargo industry as Load Locks, Aluminum Pickup Truck Bars, Steel Load Bars, and Load Distribution Bars. Cargo Bars work by locking into place to keep cargo secured and organized allowing for more space in trailers or truck beds to be utilized. When more space in the trailer can be utilized this saves truckers space which could result in fewer trips that require more fuel and more risk for error to happen to the customer’s cargo.
Some of the many perks of Cargo Bars include being able to find your cargo quickly, less chance of cargo becoming damaged from load shifts, and being able to quickly secured and locked into place. Although cargo bars do greatly help during transport they can help even more by helping to play a part in preventing accidents by stabilizing load that is stacked or may have loose products.
Loose products can easily fall out of the back of a tractor-trailer causing an upset customer as well as potential damage claims resulting in a loss of a potential returning customer. Cargo bars were created as a way to provide an extra fail safe to prevent damage from happening before it happens.
Shippers Supplies is one of the largest suppliers of Cargo bars for the professional trucking and moving industries. Some of the wide variety of Cargo Bars you can find in our online store include E Track Beams, Steel Load Locks, and Aluminum Pickup Truck Bars just to name a few of our most popular types of cargo bars. Chances are if you aren’t finding sizes of cargo bar that fits your needs, we have the capabilities to custom make a cargo bar to fit your needs. You can reach our cargo bar experts by calling us at 800-444-0956 or by using our online contact form located here.
All of our Cargo Bars are made out of strong and yet durable steel that helps to make these cargo bars extremely long lasting, as well as being able to keep your cargo secured. Some companies will attempt to save costs by using cheaper made Paddle Mechanisms and Jack mechanisms, all of our cargo bars are made out of strong high-quality steel that makes these bars durable.
Part of the large success behind our cargo bars is due to our load lock mechanism design that makes for an easy adjustment to fit your securement location easily usually in the pack of a pickup truck, tractor-trailer, station wagon, or moving van. Shippers Supplies has a wide variety of different cargo bars that are in stock such as Load Lock Bars, Jack Bars, Steel Load Locks, Pickup Truck Load Bars, Decking Beams, Jack Bars, E Track, Ratcheting Cargo Bars, Truck Bars, and Cargo Load Locks.
If you have any questions regarding any of our cargo bars our experts are here to help. You can reach our experts by calling us at 800-444-0956 or by using our online contact form located here. Our team would be happy to help recommend the perfect cargo bar for your application or answer any questions you may have.
Load Lock Bars
Load Lock Bars use a handle mechanism that helps to lock the cargo bars securely into place. Some of the most common uses for Load Lock Bars include being used inside the back of tractor trailers, pickup trailers, moving vans, and SUV’s to secure cargo from becoming loose or damaged by using the strength from the walls. Not only does this help fight against the cargo from getting damaged, but it can also help to prevent cargo from getting knocked over when securing or unloading the cargo as well.
Shippers Supplies has many different lengths and styles of Load Lock Bars such as Single Hoop (also known around the industry as Loop) and Double Hoops (can also be called around the industry as Butterfly Bars). Shippers Supplies also has many different replacement parts for load lock bars including options such as different sizes of feet for securing, as well as feet that are specifically designed for use inside refer flooring to prevent bars from coming unsecured during different conditions.
Decking Beams are the perfect solution to help with shoring up cargo to be secured during transport. Decking Beams work great alongside our E Track systems that allow for layers or decks of cargo to be utilized to help utilize the available space inside of the trailer. Some of the perks to E Track and Decking Beams is being able to keep cargo extremely secured while keeping the cargo neatly organized.
Some of the different hardware options we have in our online store include Garment Beams and Wood Beam Sockets to add to E Track Replacement Parts to help make your E Track System like brand new condition.
Decking Beams come in the sizes of 96”, 102”, and 106” depending on what fits your trailer needs best. Cargo bars do not have any load ratings due to the amount of different varying conditions of trailer sidewalls. Ratings that are on the Aluminum Decking Beams and Steel Beams are based on an evenly distributed weight test.
If you have any questions regarding any of our Decking Beams or any of our other Cargo Bars please give our Cargo Bar Experts a call at 800-444-0956 and our experts would be happy to provide you with any additional product information or suggestions that fit your securement needs best. You can also contact our cargo bar experts by using our online contact form located here if you prefer to contact us via email.
Jack Load Bars
Jack Load Bars are very similar to traditional Load Bars and are used to use outward pressure to help stay secured in place. Jack Load Bars are different than load lock bars due to using a different mechanism that helps to apply pressure that is similar to a car jack. You can simply pump the Jack Load Bar handle to extend the bar to apply outward force in order to keep the bar is secured in place. Once a Jack Load Bar is in place you will be able to have your cargo fully secured in place and it can greatly help organize the amount of space that is available throughout transportation.
Jack Load Bars can also be known as Steel Jack Load Bars, Trench Shoring Bar, and Ratcheting Cargo Bars just to name a few of the cargo industry most common names. These bars are incredibly heavy duty and are made to be durable and secure heavy cargo with these truck bars.
Jack Load Bars are commonly used in the professional trucking and professional shipping industries, but they also can be found in other industries such as moving vans which have started using Jack Bars. If you have any questions regarding any of our Jack Load Bars or cargo bars you can contact our experts by giving us a call at 800-444-0956 or by using our online contact form located here. Our team would be happy to help answer any questions or give production recommendations to keep you secured on the road.
Pickup Truck Bars
Pickup Truck Load Bars are by far our most popular types of cargo bars and are made from some of the top of the line materials to help make them extremely heavy duty. Pickup Truck Bars are used in the back of a pickup truck bed to help cargo from shifting around the bed which could cause damage to your cargo load. Loads of cargo tend to shift during transportation and can easily destroy cargo by having a sudden lane change or sudden hard brake that should shift the load.
Although there is no guarantee that your cargo will not become damaged from a hard brake or extremely fast lane change you can greatly reduce the chance of cargo becoming damaged. One of the many perks of steel pickup truck bars is it can also help to utilize the available space inside the bed of the pickup truck by securing objects closer together without worrying about the cargo sliding around against each other.
Pickup Truck Load Bars are made in the most common size that is made to fit most pickup truck beds. However, it is very important before ordering any pickup load bar that you make sure to measure the bed of your pickup truck to ensure the size of bar you are selecting will work with your pickup truck. If you don’t see exactly the size of pickup truck bar you need we can also custom make just about any length of pickup load bars to help suit your needs.
If you have any questions regarding any of our pickup truck bars or cargo bars please give our experts a call at 800-444-0956 or by using our online contact form located here. Our team is happy to help provide any additional product information as well as product recommendations that fit your needs best. We look forward to having the chance to help with your cargo securement needs!
E Track can be known around the professional trucking industry as Etrack, E Track Rails, or as E Track Shoring Beams. E Track during the last decade has become the industry standard for the professional trucking and professional movers industries. E Track can be easily installed into the walls or the trailers flooring to create rails that can be secured to by using E Track fittings or E Track Straps that are made specifically for E Track.
Some of the many benefits offered by e track are by utilizing the strength and the flooring to secure your load down for transport it creates a very quick and heavy duty securement method. Saving time in the professional trucking industry and moving van industries is vital in making money by keeping the drivers on the road and on to the next destination. The average time to secure cargo by using E Track rails may vary but is traditionally speaking under one minute to full securement.
The two main types of E Track in our online store include both horizontal E Track and vertical e track systems. The different between Horizontal and Vertical E Track is that horizontal E Track uses walls to be mounted on to run with the length of the trailer horizontally. Vertical E Track uses the flooring or walls to secure loads with but is ran vertically.
One of the key reasons E Track is successful is due in part to the many different hardware and customization options such as different length sections of E Track to help fit your needs best. Some of the different E Track Hardware options include Hoops, Garment Beams, and Wood Beam Socket Ends.
As well as a wide variety of E Track Straps that are designed to easily secure into Horizontal and Vertical E Track. You can check out our full range of different E Track Accessories such as E fittings with D rings, Heavy Duty O Rings, and Rolling Idler just to name a few of the great choices here.
E Track Rails are designed to be installed into rows at several different heights or widths apart depending on the cargo securement needs of the driver. This helps to allow for the E Track to secure the cargo from different securement points to help balance the load from different points to spread the weight as close to evenly as possible.
When securing cargo you have to be prepared for the worst such as a sudden break from a car stopping ahead, to a sudden lane change that causes you to swerve that could create large stress on your tie downs. When the weight is evenly secured from multiple securement points you help to create a fail safe to prevent the cargo from shifting and becoming potentially destroyed.
If you have any questions regarding any of our E Track, E Track Straps, or our E Track Accessories please give our friendly experts a call at 800-444-0956 today or by using our online contact form located here if you prefer to use email. We look forward to being able to help assist with all of your cargo control needs.
Hoop Bars can also be known around the professional trucking industry as Hoop Load Bars, Butterfly Loop Bars, Loop Bars, and Weld on Hoop Bars. Hoop Bars can help secure cargo tightly to prevent the cargo from moving which could damage the cargo while becoming more organized as well. Hoop Bars differ from other cargo bars as they have three rows of securement for each bare that makes securing the smaller type of cargo such as small boxes much easier.
Hoop Bars go perfect with the smaller cargo that could otherwise fall by using other cargo bars that may cause the boxes to go under or over the cargo bar and lose securement. Hoop Bars were made to give an extra layer to the top of the bar and the bottom of the bar to create a more secure cargo for smaller packages that otherwise could fall during transport. If you have any questions about our Hoop Bars or any of our other Cargo Bars please give our cargo control experts a call at 800-444-0956 or by using our online contact form located here.
WARNING: Cargo bars do not have load ratings due to the varying conditions of trailer sidewalls. Ratings that are on the aluminum beams and steel beams are based on and tested at an evenly distributed weight.