Decking E Track Beams

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Decking E-Track Beams for Enclosed Trailers

Decking E Track Beams are the perfect solution for shoring up cargo in the back of an enclosed trailer or dry van tractor-trailer. Decking Beams can also be known around the industry as Shoring Beams, Shoring E Track Bars, or E Track Load Bars. We have several different lengths of decking e track bars in our online store such as 96 inches, 102 inches, and 106 inches in length. We stock both high-strength aluminum and heavy-duty and durable steel to ensure that the cargo you are securing in the back of your enclosed trailer remains safe and doesn’t move during transport when it matters most. Don’t forget that we also stock replacement parts, E Track Systems, Garment Beams, and Wood Beam Sockets to name a few of our popular hardware options.

Decking E Track Bars work by latching into installed E Track Systems that are installed along the walls of the length of the trailer. This provides numerous different securement points inside of the trailer, while at the same time being able to utilize the strength of the walls of the trailer to help keep your cargo secured as well. E Track Rails contains many different securement points along the rails to help provide the perfect securement spot for different layers of cargo. This also helps to make using E Track Straps extremely easy as well as the e track rails can be used for many different alternative securement applications.

If you are interested in learning more about our popular Decking E Track Beams or if you are in need of a shipping quote for large quantities our cargo bar experts are here to help lend a hand in any way that we can at 800-444-0956 or by using our online contact us form located at the top of the website. Our team looks forward to helping you with all of your cargo securement needs.

What are Cargo Bars?

Cargo Bars (also called cargo load locks or load distribution bars) are steel or aluminum beams that are used to organize cargo or hold it in place. This is to prevent damage to the cargo. Some bars hook into a track system such as e-track, and some use pressure against the walls of a trailer or truck bed to stay in place like a Jack Load Bar.

What is E-Track?

E-Track (sometimes spelled ETrack) is a logistics track standard that is popular in trailers and trucks. It allows for quick and easy connections for straps, shore bars, and many other items. Tracks are usually installed in rows at several different heights or widths apart to allow for connections in many places depending on the cargo. E-Track can also be used to help separate cargo with the use of Load Bars and Wood Beam Sockets to build decks.

Warning 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 evenly distributed weight.

Decking E Track Beams