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Tie Down Straps for Cargo Securement
Tie Down Straps have become one of the number one ways to secure cargo in the back of pickup trucks, pickup trailers, moving vans, and for the professional trucking industry. Tie Down Straps can range in numerous different forms such as Ratchet Straps, Cam Buckle Straps, E Track Straps, and Winch Straps just to name a few. These straps come in a wide variety of different sizes of tie-down webbing in various lengths but ultimately all of these straps are used to secure cargo from point A to point B safely.
The most commonly used type of Tie Down Straps by far is Ratchet Straps through the cargo securement industries due to the simple-to-use and safe design. Ratchet Straps utilize a Ratchet Hardware that spins in one direction to lock cargo into place once it is threaded and tightened to desired tightness. This makes your cargo securement much tighter than securement options such as Cam Buckle Straps that can only be tightened as much as you physically can with hand strength. Ratchet Straps come in 1 inch, 2 inches, 3 inches, and 4-inch polyester tie-down webbing and can be custom-made in just about any length of webbing for your application needs.
We take pride in the quality of our Tie Down Straps and comply with Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) standards and provide a visible Working Load Limit (WLL) tag that shows you what your straps are safely rated for. You will notice a wide variety of different tie-down straps on our websites such as Cam Buckle Straps, Ratchet Straps, Car Tie Downs, E Track Straps, Endless Loops, and Winch Straps. One of the great things about shopping with Shippers Supplies is we are one of the leading manufacturers of Tie Down Straps in the United States. This means we can make just about any custom-made strap that fits you best! If you are interested in learning more about our custom capabilities give us a call at 800-444-0956 today!
Ratchet Tie Down Straps
Ratchet Tie Down Straps are most commonly used throughout the first-time and professional shipping industries as Ratchet Straps. Ratchet Straps utilize a “Ratchet” Hardware that allows for the ratchet to tighten and flow in one direction to the desired tightness. This makes tightening your straps with very little slack incredibly easy and time-saving. Once you arrive at your destination you can simply release the ratchet handle to make the strap lay flat which allows the webbing to easily pull out and store for its next use.
Ratchet Straps come in 1-inch Ratchet Straps, 2-inch Ratchet Straps, 3-inch Ratchet Straps, and 4-inch Ratchet Straps. No matter if you need small tie-down straps or big tie-down straps we have it all. Some of the different types of Hardware options that go with Ratchet Straps include Snap Hooks, Wire Hooks, S Hooks, J Hooks, and Loops. Ratchet Straps can have anything added such as Stenciling design, custom length of webbing, hardware options, and just about any combination in order to make the strap ideal for your application needs. If you don’t see exactly what you are looking for you can give our experts a call at 800-444-0956 or by using our online contact us form here.
Cam Buckle Tie Down Straps
Cam Buckle Tie Down Straps has become one of the most commonly used straps inside of the tie-down strap industry for professional movers as they are incredibly easy to use and they remove the risk of over-tightening cargo. Over tightening, cargo can damage customers or personal belongings on personal items that might not always be able to be replaced. Cam Buckle Straps are incredibly easy to thread as they use a clip that is designed similar to a belt that you use for pants. You thread the webbing around the item you are wanting to secure pull the webbing through the cam buckle and tighten to the desired strength. When you arrive at your destination you can simply push the cam buckle open and pull the webbing out and it is ready to be stored for the next trip.
Some of the popular Cam Buckle Tie Down Straps hardware includes S Hooks, Wire Hooks, and E Track Fittings to name a few. These straps can be made in just about any length of polyester tie-down webbing and can be made with 1 inch and 2-inch wide webbing options. Cam Buckle Straps include a visible and easy-to-read Working Load Limit (WLL) tag and comply with the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CSVA) industry standards. If you need a quote for bulk order, a shipping quote to your location, or if you need it completely custom made for your application needs give our tie-down strap experts a call at 800-444-0956 or by using our online contact us form HERE and our experts would be happy to assist you further.
Endless Loop Tie Down Straps
Endless Loop Tie Down Straps are exactly what the name implies they do not have hooks or tie-down hardware at the end of the straps. These straps can have Ratchet Hardware or Cam Buckle Tie Down Hardware to help tighten or bundle cargo together such as on a pallet. These straps have become known around the professional moving industry as space savers as it helps keep boxes and pallets organized during transport.
Flatbed Winch Tie Down Straps
Flatbed Winch Tie Down Straps is the most common type of tie-down straps for flatbed trucking applications as it is made for the heaviest duty and oddly shaped cargo securement application needs. Winch Straps come in 2 inches wide, 3 inches wide, and 4 inch wide varieties and are made to be extremely durable and heavy-duty. Winch Track Rails are installed along the side of the flatbed trailer and are tightened along the rail giving you one of the most versatile securement angles of any tie-down strap as it can slide into place.
Winch Straps have a wide variety of different hardware such as Delta Rings, Flat Hooks, Snap Hooks, Chain & Hook, and Wire Hooks, These tie-down straps are made with the heaviest duty tie-down material and hardware we have available. Winch Straps can be custom-made to just about any length of tie-down webbing your application needs require so if you don’t see exactly what you are looking for give our tie-down experts a call at 800-444-0956 today!
Car Tie Down Straps
Car Tie Down Straps is the ultimate way to make sure your Automotive vehicles, ATVs, UTVs, and Motorcycles arrive safely at your next destination. No matter if you are transporting a vehicle to a shop, a track, or offload these straps are durable to make sure you arrive at your destination through our proven testing. You can find Axle Straps, Ratchet Straps, Side Mount Wheel Nets, and Car Tie Down Ratchets that are specifically designed for automotive tie-down applications. As not all vehicles, ATVs, UTV’s, or Motorcycles may be the same size we have the custom capabilities to custom make just about any kind of strap that fits your application needs best. If you don’t see what you are looking for you can give our automotive tie down experts a call at 800-444-0956 or by using our online contact us form located here
E Track Tie Down Straps
E Track Tie Down Straps is one of the more popular types of tie-down straps that we sell online as they work with E Track Rails. E Track Rails can be installed inside trailers along the walls or flooring of the trailer that creates securement points vertically or horizontally depending on the application needs. Once the E Track Rails are installed the E Track Straps snap into place allowing for a rail of different securement points that give you the ultimate versatility as well as a wide range of different E Track Fittings, Tie Down Hardware, E Track Ratchet Straps, and E Track Cam Buckle Tie Down Straps.
Cargo Nets for Cargo Securement
Cargo Nets utilize the same design as Ratchet Tie Down Straps but they allow for a net-like design to be able to hold boxes as well as other cargo in place without the risk of boxes tipping over. There is nothing worse than ordering something online and waiting for the package to arrive only to notice that the package you waited for has arrived with damage. This is one of the number one ways to help avoid boxes tipping over during transport
Frequently Asked Tie Down Strap Questions
What Should I Do with Excess Tie Down Webbing? – The best way to get rid of excess tie-down webbing after your strap is tightened to the desired strength is to wrap the tie-down webbing around the tie-down strap to avoid friction from rubbing against the excess webbing that could cause friction burns. Friction burns occur when tie-down webbing rubs against a sharp edge, corner, or movement against cargo causing burns to weaken tie-down webbing. Excess Tie Down webbing can also cause tie-down hardware to jam if you are not careful when tightening hardware such as a Ratchet.
How Many Tie Down Straps Do I Need? – In general you should always have AT LEAST four different tie-down securement points in order to avoid load shifts from cornering, a quick stop, a sudden lane change, or a fast acceleration. Load shifts can happen often and are one of the number one ways to break tie-down straps as extra weight can stretch the webbing too far causing it to fail.
How Do I Find What My Tie Down Straps are Safely Rated For? – You can find out what your tie-down straps are rated for by looking for the tag on each one of your tie-down straps. If your straps do not have a label or a tag on the strap showing you the weight limitations it is often illegal to be on the road as well as extremely dangerous to do so. Working Load Limit (WLL) tags should always be present on tie-down straps as it shows you what your straps can safely secure without the risk of straps snapping or your cargo coming unsecured during transportation.
WARNING: Do not ever exceed the working load limit of any strap at anytime. Remember the assembly is only as strong as its weakest link and should be inspected before every use.