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3 inch Ratchet Straps for Cargo Securement
3-inch Ratchet Straps are made with some of the heaviest duty ratchet strap materials that are made in the professional trucking industry to ensure the heaviest and oddly shaped cargo that is being transported remains safe. These straps begin with a high-quality polyester tie-down webbing blend that provides great strength with a very little stretching. Next, the straps are paired together with Ratchet Tie Down Hardware is around a foot long and weighs over 7 lbs alone to ensure the heaviest cargo that is being transported has a strap that can keep the cargo secured.
The most popular tie-down hardware for 3-inch Ratchet Straps by far is a Chain and Hook that quickly hooks into place and can be tightened by using the ratchet hardware that flows in one direction providing you with the ultimate strength cargo securement.
Our 3 inch Heavy Duty Ratchet Straps are not designed for applications such as around the house use, in the bed of pickup trucks, securing cargo in moving vans, or in use with pickup trailers. These straps are too heavy-duty for those applications and are overkill for those types of applications as the Ratchet Hardware alone weighs over 8 lbs for these straps. These straps are designed for use on flatbed trailers for heavy-duty cargo securement for transport vehicles, skids, farm equipment, and more!
Some of the customization options for our three-inch ratchet straps can be cut to almost any length of webbing, the color of webbing, or by printing your companies name on the side of the strap for an additional price. If you are interested in learning more about our custom ratchet strap capabilities or pricing give us a call at 800-483-2189 or by using the online contact us form located at the top of the website.
How to Tighten a Ratchet Strap Instructions
1. From the bottom of the ratchet strap slowly thread the webbing through the slot in the center of the spool of the closed ratchet.
2. Next pull the webbing through and remove the excess slack or loose webbing to make a firm but not tight webbing.
3. Begin to crank the ratchet handle up and down to tighten the ratchet strap into place. You will want to make sure the item you are transporting is snug, however not too tight that it damages your cargo you are transporting.
How to Loosen a Ratchet Strap Instructions
1. To release the ratchet strap, pull and hold the tab on top of the ratchet assembly to override the ratcheting function.
2. Open the Ratchet until it is completely open and the ratchet is laying flat.
3. Grab the polyester tie-down webbing from the nonfixed side and begin to pull the webbing to release.
4. Pull and hold the release tab on top of the ratchet to close the ratchet.