What is a Cam Buckle Straps Manufacturers's cam buckle strap?
A cam buckle is essentially a lighter type of ratcheting strap commonly known as a tie-down strap.
Unlike ratchet straps, which use a ratchet to tighten the strap, cam buckle straps are tightened manually. While this makes it easier to maneuver, the cam buckle is therefore better for transporting and lifting lighter objects. This makes them ideal for transporting delicate items such as antiques.
In general, cam clasps should not be used to lift objects over 250kg, but in some cases, heavy cam clasps may be used if the object weighs slightly more than this.
How do cam buckles work?
As their name suggests, cam buckle straps operate using a cam buckle mechanism. Once the webbing has been pulled to the desired length, the cam buckle can be released. Once released, the buckle clips onto the strap, tying it up and holding it securely in place.
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