Manual Hand Winches
A hand winch is a manually operated mechanical device used for lifting, pulling, and hoisting heavy objects or loads. It consists of a drum or spool, a handle, and a gear mechanism. When the operator turns the handle, the gear mechanism engages with the drum, winding or unwinding a cable or wire rope. This action allows the hand winch to either lift a load or pull it closer or push it away, depending on the application.
Ratchet Load Binder EN 12195-3
A ratchet-type load binder, also known simply as a ratchet binder, is a device used for tightening and securing chains around cargo or loads on trucks, trailers, or other vehicles. It is commonly used in the transportation and logistics industry to ensure that loads remain stable and secure during transit. The ratchet mechanism allows for precise and controlled tensioning of the binding material, such as chains.
Ratchet Tensioning Device
A ratchet buckle is a mechanical device used to secure and tighten straps, webbing, or belts. It consists of a metal or plastic frame with a ratcheting mechanism and a locking mechanism. Ratchet buckles are commonly used in various applications, such as securing cargo, fastening loads, and tightening straps for transportation and outdoor activities.
Ratchet Strap with Hook and Keeper AS 4380
A ratchet tie-down strap, often simply referred to as a ratchet strap, is a versatile and widely used tool for securing cargo during transportation. It is designed to prevent loads from shifting or falling off trucks, trailers, or other vehicles. Ratchet straps are commonly used in various industries, including logistics, construction, and recreational activities.
Synthetic Webbing Tie Downs WSTDA-T-1
Synthetic Webbing Tie Dows: Any combination of fittings, webbing and tensioners forming an assembly that attaches
to vehicle and cargo anchor / attachment points. Tie downs are used for securing articles of cargo to
a vehicle or restraining articles of cargo from movement on a vehicle.
Hand Puller
A hand puller, also known as a manual puller or hand-operated come-along, is a mechanical device designed to lift, pull, or secure heavy loads using manual effort. It operates by employing a ratcheting or lever mechanism to create force, allowing users to move or lift objects that would be difficult or impossible to do manually.
Hand Winch
A hand winch is a mechanical device used for lifting or pulling heavy loads using manual effort. It consists of a drum or spool onto which a rope or webing is wound, and a crank or handle that is turned by hand to create the necessary force to lift or pull the load. Hand winches are commonly used in various applications, such as pulling vehicles onto trailers, lifting small boats onto docks, raising loads in construction, and other tasks that require controlled manual force for movement.
Vehicle Lashing System
A car lashing system, also known as a vehicle lashing system or car tie-down system, is a set of equipment and devices designed to secure vehicles on various transportation platforms, such as trailers, trucks, flatbeds, or ships. The primary purpose of the lashing system is to prevent vehicles from moving, shifting, or becoming damaged during transit.
Lashing Chain with C Hook and D Ring with Wrap
A lashing chain with a C hook and D-ring typically refers to a specific type of cargo securing equipment used in the transportation and logistics industry. Let me break down the components:

Lashing Chain: A lashing chain is a robust and durable chain designed for securing cargo during transportation. These chains are made of high-strength steel and come in various lengths and weight capacities to accommodate different cargo sizes and weights.
C Hook: The C hook, as the name suggests, has a shape resembling the letter "C." It is a type of hook designed to easily latch onto a specific point on the cargo or the transportation equipment. The C hook is commonly used in conjunction with lashing chains for securing cargo on flatbed trailers, ships, or other types of cargo-carrying vehicles.
Grade 70 Clevis Slip Hook AS/NZS 4344
A grade 70 clevis slip hook that complies with AS/NZS 4344 would be designed and manufactured in accordance with the requirements outlined in the standard. AS/NZS 4344 covers factors such as materials, dimensions, markings, working load limits, and other performance criteria for chains and associated fittings used for lifting operations.
Ro Ro Lashing Chain Tensioner
A Ro-Ro (Roll-on/Roll-off) lashing chain tensioner is a device used to secure vehicles and cargo on Ro-Ro vessels during transportation. It is specifically designed to apply tension to lashing chains or straps, ensuring that they are securely fastened and can withstand the forces encountered during sea transport.
G70 Ratchet Load Binder with Winged Grab Hook to AS/NZS 4344
The G70 Ratchet Type Load Binder with Winged Grab Hook refers to a specific type of load binder used for securing cargo or loads during transportation. The term "G70" indicates that the load binder is made from Grade 70 chain, which is a high-strength alloy steel commonly used in the transportation and lifting industries.
50mm Cargo Lashing System
A 50mm cargo lashing system typically refers to a type of securing and restraining system used to secure cargo or goods during transportation. It consists of various components designed to prevent the movement, shifting, or damage of cargo during transit.

The term "50mm" refers to the width of the webbing or strap used in the lashing system. This width is commonly used in cargo securing applications and provides a balance between strength and flexibility. The webbing is usually made from high-strength materials such as polyester or nylon, which offer excellent durability and resistance to abrasion.
Ratchet Tie-down Strap AS/NZS 4380
H-Lift Ratchet Tie Down Assembly to AS/NZS 4380:
Ratchet Webbing Tie-Down Assembly is now widely used in the transport industry. Webbing tie-downs are light-weight, easy to handle and easy to use.
Ratchet type Load Binder
A ratchet type load binder is a tool used to secure and tighten heavy loads, such as those transported on flatbed trailers. It is also known as a ratchet chain binder or simply a ratchet binder.

The binder consists of a ratcheting mechanism, a handle, and two hooks that attach to a chain. To use the binder, the hooks are attached to the ends of the chain and the binder is placed over the load. The handle is then used to ratchet the binder, which tightens the chain and secures the load in place.
Ratchet Lashing Strap
A ratchet lashing strap is a type of tie-down strap that is commonly used to secure heavy or bulky items during transport. It consists of a strap made of durable material such as polyester and a ratchet mechanism that allows for easy tightening and loosening of the strap.

To use a ratchet lashing strap, the strap is first wrapped around the item being secured and passed through the ratchet mechanism. The ratchet is then tightened by cranking a handle, which applies tension to the strap and secures the item in place. To loosen the strap, the ratchet is released by pressing a lever, which allows the strap to be pulled out.
Grade 70 Transport Chain Fittings AS 4344
Grade 70 transport chain fittings as per AS 4344 refer to the components that are used with Grade 70 chain, a high-strength chain that is commonly used for securing heavy loads during transportation. AS 4344 is the Australian Standard that outlines the requirements for the design, testing, and performance of Grade 70 transport chain and fittings.
Ratchet Tie Down Assembly
A ratchet tie down assembly as per the WSTDA-T-1 standard is a type of cargo securing device that is used to hold and secure loads during transportation. The WSTDA-T-1 is a standard developed by the Web Sling and Tie Down Association (WSTDA) that outlines the design, testing, and performance requirements for ratchet tie down assemblies.
Ratchet Chain Load Binder
A ratchet chain load binder is a tool used to tighten and secure chains around cargo on flatbed trailers, trucks, or other vehicles. It is also known as a lever load binder or a chain tensioner.

The load binder consists of two main components - a ratchet mechanism and a chain hook. The ratchet mechanism is used to tighten the chain, while the chain hook is used to attach the chain to the cargo.
50mm LC 2500kg Ratchet Strap AS/NZS 4380
50mm/2000kg x 9m Ratchet Webbing Tie Down Assembly with Hook & Keeper each end to AS/NZS 4380.

Ratchet Webbing Tie-Downs are now widely used in the transport industry. Webbing tie-downs are light-weight, easy to handle and easy to use. Although not as durable as Grade 70 chain and components webbing tie-downs are kind on the cargo and are well suited to many types of lashing applications. Webbing lashings are more elastic than chains and therefore retain more tension than a chain assembly if the load moves or settles during transport.
Webbing with a linking device is used for the fastening of goods with trucks, trailers, pallets, boxes, and containers. This is also known as ratchet lashing, ratchet straps, ratchet tie downs, tie down straps and lashing with webbing.
Cargo strap webbing features lightweight, high pretension and less damage to cargo than load binders, suitable for general transport requirements.
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