Straps, also known as straps, are used to produce stiffened cargo ligaments or ratchet belts, and in addition, large board straps are manufactured into extremely sturdy cargo crane wires used in the heavy cargo lifting industry or used in car rescue.
Ratchet straps manufactured from Polypropylene (PP) or high-strength polyester fibers have the characteristics of being resistant to grease and most salt acids or salts, in addition to resisting corrosion, rotting as well as not losing strength when immersed in freshwater or seawater.
The great benefits of using ratchet straps, composite belts, and lifting slings provide:
– The strap is woven from PP fibers, lightweight and extremely flexible, so it is easy to manipulate as well as install, with a load depending on the size of the wire plate can be up to 10 tons;
– Do not damage or scratch the surface of the product, increase the safety of transportation and lifting of goods;
– The cable tightens, and absorbs vibrations during transportation, reducing damage caused by impact and vibration;
– Cables have many colors, easily distinguishing each cable location that is ligating goods;
– The cable isn’t rusty, corrosive, and non-conductive; no consumables such as grease or gloves are needed when used;
– Easy to disassemble, storage, long service life, and low initial cost.