Cambuckle Strap

Short Description:

Cam Buckle Strap

It is used for light duty cargo securing.

Properties

– Minimal elongation in the belt reduces the chance of re-tensioning.

– Die Cast Zinc Cam Buckle.

– Available with 500kg, 800kgs, 1000kgs

Standard delivery

– Packed in POF membrane with Color Insert Card and Test Certificate.

– Packed in Blister, Display Box, Display Racks, etc.

Norm:

– EN12195-2


Details

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Product Features:

n Bespoke Straps

A comprehensive range of webbing tie down straps with either standard, ergonomic reverse action, stainless steel or other specialist types of ratchet buckle plus multiple end fittings suitable for every type of application are available.

n Quality Assured

Material and equipment used by us does not skimp on quality. Webbing is made from high tenacity polyester, UV stabilized and resistant to mineral acids. Many of the end fittings are manufactured from boron steel wire and finished on robotic welding machine to ensure consistency of manufacture.

n Consistent in Quality

Ratchet buckles are sourced from reputable manufacturers with whom we have been doing business for years.

n TUV-GS certified

Every system made by us complies with the European Load Restraint Standard EN12195-2.

 

35mm Cargo Lashing LC 1000daN, Cam Buckle
Item Series Stf Lashing Capacity Lashing Capacility
reeved
Lashing Capacility
endless
Webbing
Width
Length Buckle End Fitting
(daN) (daN) (daN) (daN) (mm) (m)
50C2000SH 1000 2000 50 4.7+0.3 White Zinc Vinyl S Hook
50C2000NH 2000 50 5 White Zinc -
25mm Cargo Lashing LC 1000daN, Cam Buckle
Item Series Stf Lashing Capacity Lashing Capacility
reeved
Lashing Capacility
endless
Webbing
Width
Length Buckle End Fitting
(daN) (daN) (daN) (daN) (mm) (m)
25C8000SH 800 1600 25 4.7+0.3 White Zinc Vinyl S Hook
25C8000NH 800 1600 25 5 White Zinc -
25C5000SH 500 500 25 4.7+0.3 White Zinc Vinyl S Hook
25C5000NH 500 1000 25 5 White Zinc -

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  • Useful Information on Cargo Control

    SPC cargo lashing are manufactured according to the European standard EN 12195-2. This standard specifies the LC (Lashing Capacity) in daN.

    The primary requirements in the EN 12195-2 standard are:

    – The hardware, i.e. the ratchet and hooks, must have a safety factor of at least to have 2x the LC value.

    – The strap, unmodified, must have a safety factor of at least 3x the LC value.

    – The entire lashing system must have a failure rating of at least twice the LC value.

     

    Explanation of lashing strap label

    According to the EN 12195-2 standard, tension straps must be provided with a label with instructions shown on it. This label must be attached to both the ratchet part (the strap fabric that is attached to the ratchet) and the tension part of the tension strap. For polyester tension straps, the label must be blue.

    The blue label that is attached to the tension strap contains certain fixed pieces of information:

    1. LC1 = Lashing capacity (for tension in straight line)

    2. LC2 = Lashing capacity (by strapping)

    3. SHF = Standard Hand Force

    4. STF = Standard Tension Force

    5. Material type of the strap (as a rule PES, polyester)

    6. Stretch percentage of the strap material (max. 7% permissible)

    7. Length (of the ratchet part or the tension part; the example illustrates the ratchet part)

    8. S/N = serial number (of the relevant lashing strap)

    9. Warning: “not for lifting”

    10. Name or logo of the manufacturer

    11. EN 12195-2: all REMA cargo lashing are produced to the European Standard EN 12195-2

    12. Production month/year

     

    Subject 1: How to understand Lashing Capacity

    The LC value is important.

    – The LC value is only important for diagonal lashing.

    – With this securing method, at least four lashing systems must be used (Fig. 2).

    – The LC value in combination with the vertical lashing angle and the horizontal angle β are important.

    – The vertical lashing angle α between the load floor and the lashing system must be between 20° and 65° (Fig. 1).

    – The horizontal lashing angle β between the long axis of the load and the lashing system must be between 6° and 55° (Fig. 2).

     

    Subject 2: How to understand Standard Tension Force (Stf)

    The Stf value is crucial.

    – The most common method of fixing down loads is lashing down; by this means, the load is pressed firmly’ on to the load floor (Fig. 3).

    – Important with this method of lashing down is the amount of force used for this, in other words how much tension can be build up in the lashing system.

    – The LC (Lashing Capacity) plays no role in this, but the tensioning of the system is important; this is indicated on the blue REMA label of the lashing system by Stf in daN (Standard tension force).

    – This Stf value is measured with an Shf (Standard hand force) of 50 daN.

    – The Stf value must be between 10% and 50% of the LC value of the lashing system (it is mainly determined by the quality and type of the ratchet).

    – When lashing down, at least two lashing systems must be used, and the angle α should be kept as large as possible (Fig. 3). Angle α must be between 35° and 90°.

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