When can I use Ratchet Buckle Suppliers' Ratchet Straps?
Unlike winch straps, ratchet straps do not require your truck to have a winch on the side. You shouldn't discredit the winch, though! Winches can wind and unwind your polyester mesh belts so they can be used for certain projects. For more information on winch straps, please go through the details of winch straps.
In contrast to winch straps, ratchet tie-down straps can be attached independently to any type of anchor point on the trailer floor or side. This makes them the first choice for most flatbed truck drivers. You can use them whenever you need to secure a piece of cargo for shipping.
Before you start hauling, it is important to ensure that your load does not exceed the working load limit of the ratchet belt. If so, you may have to use multiple straps in shorter length intervals to spread enough tension to hold the load securely. Alternatively, it may be more appropriate to use a winch strap or G70 chain to secure your load instead of a ratchet strap.
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