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Cargo Bars for Cargo Securement
Cargo Bars are known around the professional trucking industry and cargo securement industry as Load Lock Bars, Pickup Truck Bars, Steel Load Lock Bars, and Load Distribution Bars. Cargo Bars work by locking into place during transport to keep cargo secured in place to create more available space inside of moving vans and dry vans. Allowing more available space for cargo securement in the trailer can result in fewer trips that otherwise would require more fuel and more risk for error to happen to the customer’s cargo.
One of the many benefits of using cargo bars is the ability to help prevent load shifts during transit, able to quickly secure within a matter of seconds, and lock into place to ensure the cargo remains in place throughout the entire move. One thing that cargo bars provide cargo is stability and plays a part in preventing accidents by securing and stabilizing loads that are stacked or may have come loose during a sharp turn, sudden brake, or sudden lane change. Loose products can easily fall out of the back of a dry van trailer and can cause a potentially dangerous situation for the driver opening the door as well as an upset customer from damaged cargo. Although load shifts may not cause damage during every move reducing the chance of it happening can cause you a great amount of peace of mind.
All of our cargo bars are made out of strong and durable steel that helps to make these cargo bars extremely long-lasting and trustworthy when securing your cargo matters the most. Some competitor companies will often attempt to lower costs by using cheaper made paddle mechanisms or 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 provides an easy adjustment to fit in your securement location in the back of a pickup truck bed, dry van tractor-trailer, station wagon, or moving van. We supply several different cargo bars to the professional shipping industry such as Load Lock Bars, Jack Bars, Steel Load Locks, Pickup Truck Cargo Bars, Decking Beams, E Track Rail Systems, and Ratcheting Cargo Bars to name a few.
If you have any questions regarding any of our cargo bars or any of our other products in our online store give our experts a call at 800-444-0956 or by using our online contact us form located at the top of the website. Odds are if we don’t have the perfect cargo bar, we can make the perfect bar in-house for an additional price. Our team would be happy to assist you with answering any questions you may have or help provide you with recommendations for the applications you are securing. We look forward to helping you with all of your cargo securement application needs!
Load Lock Bars
Load Lock Bars utilize a handle mechanism that helps to lock the load lock bars into place without the risk of the bars coming undone during transit. Some of the most common types of applications for load lock bars include inside dry van tractor-trailers, enclosed pickup trailers, moving vans, SUVs, minivans, and pickup truck beds to name a few. Not only can this help to fight against the cargo from becoming damaged during transport, but it also can help to prevent cargo from getting knocked over when securing or unloading the cargo once you have arrived at the next stop.
Shippers Suppliers is one of the leading manufacturers of Load Lock Bars in the United States and carries many different lengths and styles of Load Lock Bars such as Single Hoop or Double Hoops (can also be known as Butterfly Bars). Depending on the type of cargo you are securing you may want to look into double hoops as they provide a larger in size space to prevent cargo from falling over the top or under the load lock bar for those who are securing numerous boxes or large size pallets at once. We also stock many different replacement parts for load bars such as different sizes of feet for securing and feet for the bars that are specifically designed for the use inside of refer trailers flooring to prevent bars from coming unsecured in different trailer conditions.
Our team would be happy to assist you with finding the perfect bar for your cargo securement or provide you with recommendations if you are stuck on what bar fits your application best. You can give our friendly team a call at 800-444-0956 or by using our online contact us form located at the top of the website if you prefer to communicate with our experts through email. We look forward to assisting you with all of your cargo bar securement needs.
Decking Beams is the perfect way to help ensure that your cargo is fully secured during transport by shoring the cargo. Decking Beams also work great alongside our popular E Track Rial Systems that allows you to create layers or decks of cargo to help utilize extra space inside of the trailer so you don’t have to make as many trips. A few of the added benefits of using E Track Rails and Decking Beams together are being able to keep cargo extremely secured while keeping the cargo neatly organized inside of the enclosed trailer.
A few of the different hardware options for decking beams that we have in our online store include Garment Beams and Wood Beam Sockets to add to any existing E Track Systems as well as replacement parts to make the e track rail systems in like-new conditions if they become old or damaged. Decking Beams come in the sizes of 96 inches, 102 inches, and 106 inches depending on the needs of the width of your trailer. Decking Beams are unable to be rated for a Working Load Limit (WLL) as there are many different varying conditions based on the sidewall strengths for each enclosed trailer. Ratings that are on Aluminum Decking Beams and Steel Decking Beams are based on an evenly distributed weight rating 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.
Pickup Truck Load Bars
Pickup Truck Bars is by far one of our most popular types of cargo bars and are designed for use in the back of pickup trucks beds. These bars are made from some of the highest quality materials in order to make the bars extremely heavy-duty and durable while out in the elements. Pickup Truck Bars help prevent cargo loads from shifting around in the rear of the pickup truck that could otherwise cause damage to your load. One thing that is for certain about being on the road is you never know when a sudden lane change or hard brake is coming next and it could quickly shift the load causing potential damage without using Pickup Truck Load Lock Bars. Our goal is to greatly reduce the odds of your cargo that may not always be able to be replaced from becoming damaged during transport.
One of the many benefits of using Steel Pickup Truck Bars is it can also help to provide more available space to utilize fewer trips all while becoming more organized well without worrying about the cargo sliding around the bed against each other. Pickup Truck Bars are made in the most common sizes of pickup truck beds. However, it is very important that before you order any pickup truck bar that you make sure to measure the width of your pickup truck bed. This helps to ensure that the size of the pickup truck bar will work with your pickup truck. If you don’t find the exact size of the pickup truck bar you need odds are we can custom make the bars to fit the width of your pickup truck bed.
|Bar Type||Adjust Size|
|Heavy Duty Square Pickup Truck Bar||46 inches to 74 inches|
|Standard Pickup Truck Bar Compact||50 inches to 65 inches|
|Standard Pickup Truck Bar Full Size||59 inches to 73 inches|
If you have any questions regarding any of our pickup truck bars or if you need it completely custom made you can give our experts a call at 800-444-0956 today! We would be happy to assist you with more information about our custom bar capabilities or provide you with further product information.
Jack Load Lock Bars
Jack Load Bars are very similar to our traditional Load Lock Bars and are used to use outward pressure to help cargo stay secured in place in enclosed trailers and professional semi-truck dry vans. Jack Load Lock Bars are different from Load Lock Bars due to using a different mechanism that helps to apply pressure that is similar to the way that a car jack works. You can simply pump the Jack Load Bar Handle to extend the bar to help apply an outward force to keep the bar secured in place. Once a Jack Load Bar is in place you will be able to have peace of mind knowing your cargo is secured fully in place and can greatly help organize and improve the available amount of space that is used for transport.
Jack Load Bars can be known around the industry as Steel Jack Bars, Trench Shoring Bars, and Ratcheting Cargo Bars just to name a few of the popular alternative names. Jack Bars are incredibly heavy-duty and are made to be durable for securing some of the heaviest types of cargo on the roads using these bars. Jack Load Bars are mainly used in the professional trucking industry but have started to move into various other industries such as moving vans over the last decade.
If you have any questions regarding any of our Jack Bars or other cargo bars in our online store give our experts a call at 800-444-0956 or by using our online contact us form located at the top of the website. We look forward to assisting you with helping to answer any questions you may have, product information, or our custom bar capabilities for your next cargo securement.
E Track Rail Systems for Enclosed Trailers and Enclosed Dry Vans
E Track Rail Systems have become a major part of securing cargo in dry vans, enclosed trailers, and moving vans over the last decade as it can easily help speed up your securement times as well as improve the strength of the securement for the cargo. E Track is installed along the walls and the flooring of the trailer and moving vans and allows for numerous different securement points along the rails that are installed vertically or horizontally based on the type of cargo you are securing.
Once the e track systems are installed you are able to utilize the added strength of the walls or flooring of the trailer for securing your cargo to ensure that the cargo does not come out of place during transport. E Track Systems can utilize E Track Straps, E Track Shoring Beams, Wood Beam Sockets, and Rope Tie Offs to create numerous different securement applications by using the already installed rails making it extremely versatile.
Horizontal E Track vs Vertical E Track Rails
Horizontal E Track – is best used for transporting cars, bikes, motorcycles, snowmobiles, UTV’s, and cargo securement. E track makes cargo securement a breeze with the ability to align the horizontal E track pieces with the side of the trailer walls, ceiling, or even floor of the trailer that you intend on using for cargo control. This allows for cargo equipment to be quickly attached and detached within seconds. Horizontal E Track works best with vehicle transportation; although it works great with its main purpose of cargo as well.
Vertical E Track – is best used when transporting cargo in the back of professional trucks and trailers. Vertical E Track can be used in conjunction with shoring beams to keep cargo from shifting during transportation. This helps prevent loss of your load or damage that could occur during the shipping process. There is nothing worse than arriving at your destination and realizing that your cargo was damaged due to a load shift in a quick movement.
The Two Main Types of E Track Straps
There are two main types of different E Track Straps that are used in the back of pickup trucks and trailers. One of these straps is Cam Buckle E Track Straps and the other is E Track Ratchet Straps. Both of these straps are used for cargo securement which is why Polyester Tie Down Webbing is used so the cargo stretches very little and remains secured in place.
E Track Ratchet Straps – E Track Ratchet Straps come in both 1 inch and 2 inches wide varieties and are made from polyester tie-down webbing that stretches very little. These straps can be latched into place in E Track rails that are run along the walls and the flooring of trailers or moving vans and can be tightened into place using Ratchet hardware that flows in one direction. This allows for the tightest and most secure way to keep your cargo from moving out of place in the back of a tractor-trailer, dry van, or pickup trailer.
E Track Cam Buckle Straps – E Track Cam Buckle Straps come in 2-inch wide tie-down webbing and are also made from our popular 2-inch polyester tie-down webbing that stretches very little. The main difference between this strap and E Track Ratchet Straps is this strap is tightened by hand strength using a Cam Buckle instead of using a ratchet that could potentially overtighten if you are not being careful. Cam Buckle Straps go great for customers’ sensitive cargo, antiques, and bundling cargo against the wall to stay organized and save valuable space in trailers.
The Different Sizes of E Track Rails
|Horizontal E Track Sizes||Vertical E Track Sizes|
|2’ Horizontal Section||2’ Vertical Section|
|5’ Horizontal Section||5’ Vertical Section|
|8’ Horizontal Section||8’ Vertical Section|
|10’ Horizontal Section||10’ Vertical Section|
Hoop Load Bars
Hoop Load Bars can be known around the professional trucking industry as Hoop Bars, Butterfly Loop Bars, or Weld-on Hoop Bars. Hoop Bars help to secure cargo tightly in order to prevent the cargo from moving or shifting out of place during transport. These bars differ from traditional cargo bars as they have three different rows of securement compared to one row of strength to hold the cargo in place. Hoop bars are great for smaller cargo as well as boxes that are larger in size and may need extra surface area to be held in place.
There are two main types of Hoop Bars with one being Bolt-On Hoop Bars and the other being Weld-On Hoop Bars. As the name describes each of the bars are Weld-on Hoop bars being professionally welded onto the bar to ensure extra added strength or bolt-on hoops that are easier to store and simply bolt into place to provide an equal amount of strength depending on preference, as well as the types of cargo you are typically transporting as well.
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.