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E Track Straps
E Track Straps can also be known as E Track Ratchet Straps and have become one of the most popular straps for the professional trucking and professional cargo industries. The way that E Track Straps work is by connecting into E Track Systems. E Track systems can be mounted into the walls and the floors of tractor trailers making the most out of the available space. E Track Straps connect into E Track for securement points allowing for cargo to be secured tightly and organized. This makes our Tie Down Straps a great option for almost any cargo control project you might have in the back of your tractor trailer or professional moving van.
E Track Straps come in two different sizes of Polyester Tie Down Webbing in both 1 inch and 2 inch E Track Straps. As being one of the leading manufacturers of Tie Down Straps inside of the United States we have the ability to custom make any E Track Straps into any length of Polyester Webbing that fits your application needs. We have a wide variety of different colors of polyester tie down webbings such as Blue, Yellow, Red, Black, and Green.
Before using E Track Straps we always recommend always inspecting your tie down staps for any potential defects that could have occurred from its previous use. This helps to minimize the potential risk of an accident from occurring as well as good safety guideline practices to follow. Although the likely hood of an accident is low you should always take steps to always be cautious when securing heavy loads.
If you have any questions regarding any of our E Track Tie Down Straps or if you need help determining which E Track Strap will work best for trucks or trailers give our E Track experts a call at 800-444-0956 and we would be happy to help answer any questions you may have. You can also contact our e track experts by using our online contact form located here.
What is E Track?
E Track is rails that can be fastened to the sides of a tractor truck or trailer as well as the flooring of the trailer to help secure cargo. The idea is simple E Track is installed in rows that are spaced out that allows you to fasten your cargo from different securement areas. It is always important when using any form of cargo securement to get from at least four different securement points to help reduce the potential for load shifts to happen to your cargo. Load shifts can cause large amounts of damage to your cargo during transportation from potential shifts in your load from quick braking or a sudden lane change.
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.