Length: 2m ~ 3m
Steel buckle and hooks; PVC-coated to avoid damages
According to EN 12195-2
The vessels used for RoRo are designed for carrying cars, boats on trailers and any self-propelled or towable cargo. All vessels have built-in ramps that make the loading and unloading of wheeled cargo easy. RoRo vessels comprise of multiple levels which accommodate for all sizes of vehicles and self-propelled machinery.
Once a vehicle is in position, it is secured from four points by lashing straps, ensuring that the vehicle does not move during transit and cause damages.
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.
The components of a typical car lashing system may include:
When using a car lashing system, it's crucial to follow proper procedures and guidelines to ensure that the vehicle is adequately secured and protected. Over-tightening the straps can cause damage to the vehicle, while under-tightening can lead to instability during transportation.
Moreover, it's essential to comply with relevant safety regulations and best practices for securing vehicles during transit to ensure the safety of the vehicle, the cargo, and everyone involved in the transportation process. Different types of vehicles may require specific lashing techniques, so it's essential to use appropriate equipment and methods for each vehicle being transported.