Ratchet lashing strap | Ergo ratchet
Lashing straps with ratchet, this strap consists of 2 parts. Namely a ratchet part and a strap. A claw hook is attached to both parts so that you can easily attach the hook to a ring, for example. What makes this strap special is that it contains an ergo ratchet. An ergonomic ratchet is a ratchet that you pull instead of push to tighten the strap. This makes this ratchet more user-friendly than a standard lashing strap. You tension a 'Standard strap' by pushing the ratchet. Simply put, pulling is more ergonomic (easier to use) than pushing.
The ratchet lashing strap is designed to keep loads secure during shipping and transportation. The flexible polyester strap is shock absorbent, making it ideal for protecting fragile items.
The special thing about this strap is that it has a Black color. Therefore, the lashing strap is not visible in the dark. In addition to the black color, the strap is nicely finished with a black ratchet and hooks. These straps are ideal for the theater or other events where it should not be noticed. In addition to various purposes, it is of course also just a sturdy black strap.
- daN: 2500/5000
- Lashing capacity: 5.000 kg
- Width: 50 mm
- Thickness: 2 mm
- Length: Ratchet: 0,40 meter, Strap: 8,60 meter
- Strap: 100% polyester
- Stitching thread: 100% polyester
- Color: Black (color may differ due to different lighting)
- Hook type: 1006, Claw hook
- Inspection recommended: For every (time) use
- Norm: NEN-EN 12195-2, EC machine directive (2006/42/EG)
When transporting goods - especially heavy goods - you must use the correct load securing devices to ensure that your load does not come loose while driving. Failure to secure a load with lashing straps (or a similar system) can result in damage to goods, as well as injury and even death if your unsecured load causes an accident.
Ratchet straps should be used regardless of distance. Whether you're making a cross-country delivery or using a forklift to move a few pallets from one side of your warehouse to the other, you should always secure the load before you leave.