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Tie Down Hardware
Tie Down Hardware is one of the most important pieces for the tie down and trucking industries. Tie Down Hardware is used to make Tie Down Straps which can be used to secure cargo as its main purpose, but has many different alternatives uses as well. In the professional trucking industry having a reputable tie down made from the quality tie down hardware is an absolute must .
Shippers Supplies has many different types of tie down hardware options that are used to create tie down straps among other uses. Shippers Supplies has been making custom made tie down straps for the professional trucking industry for the last 25 years and can make just about any kind of strap. If you don’t see exactly the perfect strap using any of our tie down hardware options please give our Tie Down Experts a call and we will do our best to find or make the perfect strap for you at 800-444-0956.
Ratchets work with many different sizes of tie down webbings such as 1 inch tie downs, 2 inch tie downs, 3 inch tie downs, and 4 inch tie down straps. Some of the different types of ratchets we offer include everything from Stainless Steel, Black Handle, Rubber Handles, and Swivel Hooks just to name a few of our many customization options for ratchets. We understand that it can be overwhelming having so many options if at any point you would like to receive suggestions for what works best for your application you can give our hardware experts a call at 800-444-0956 or by using our online contact form located here.
Cam Buckles are one of the most commonly used types of hardware for tie down straps in the cargo securement industry. Cam Buckle Straps can be known around the industry as Cam Buckles, Cambuckles, Cam Straps, and Cam Buckle Tie Downs. One of the best features of Cam Buckles is the ability to quickly secure and unload cargo all while not being able to damage your cargo from overtightening your cargo. This not only saves time with being able to secure cargo in under 60 seconds but allows for customers to receive their packages or cargo without damage. Damage can cost any potential returning customers as well as costing companies over 12 billion dollars a year in insurance claims in the United States alone.
We have 1 inch Cam Buckle Straps and 2 inch Cam Buckle Straps in our inventory that are both durable and yet extremely heavy duty. Some of the different styles of Cam Buckle Straps such as alligator push release clip. Alligator Push Release Clip Cam Buckles are incredibly simple to use and you can secure cargo by pulling the webbing through the mouth of the clip and closing the teeth to prevent the cam buckle strap from becoming loose and the cargo from moving. If you have any questions regarding any of our selection of different types of Cam Buckles or if you need a recommendation on what works best for your cargo load you can give our experts a call at 800-444-0956 and we would be happy to assist you further.
Hooks work with many different sizes of polyester tie down webbing and are used to provide a securement point to tie down cargo for the professional shipping industry. Some of the different styles of hooks include Utility Hooks, Swivel J Hooks, Flat Snap Hooks, Forged Snap Hooks, and Vinyl Coated Wire Hooks just to name a few. We understand that having so many different types of hooks can be rather confusing at times and are here to help. If you have any questions regarding any of our hooks or other ties down hardware options please give our tie down hardware experts a call at 800-444-0956 or by using our online contact form located here.
Rings work with different sizes of tie down webbing depending on your cargo securement needs. Some of the different types of ring styles include Bolt Plates, D Rings, O Rings, Rectangle Rings, and Anchor Trailer Fittings.
WARNING: Do not ever exceed the working load limit of any piece of hardware at anytime. The working load limit of a product can be reduced if the product is damaged. Increasing the leverage on a ratchet or winch by the use of cheater bars, pipe, etc. is not recommended and can cause serious injury to user and damage to ratchet.