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Cam Buckle Straps for Cargo Securement
Cam Buckle straps are known around the professional shipping industry as Cam Buckle Straps, Cam Buckle Tie Down Straps, or Cam Buckles for short. These straps work similarly to how seatbelts work as you take the slack or excess tie down webbing and pull it through the cam buckle hardware and it is tightened to the desired strength by hand and when you release the cam buckle hardware it holds it in place. When you are done securing cargo and have arrived at your final destination there is a release mechanism on the cam buckle hardware that allows you to quickly remove the excess slack by pulling it out in the opposite direction as they were secured.
Some of our wide selection of different Cam Buckle Straps include both of our 1 inch Cam Buckle Straps and our popular 2 inches Cam Buckle Straps. These tie-down straps range with a variety of different tie-down hardware such as S Hooks, Wire Hooks, and E Track Fittings to name a few. Here at RatchetStrapsUSA, we take pride in the sheer quality and durability of our Cam Buckle Straps that we have been providing to the transportation industry over the last decade. All of our Cam Buckle Straps come with their own visible Working Load Limit tag and a statement of compliance with the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) guidelines.
Our company has been manufacturing reputable tie-down straps for over the last 25 years and has the experience and knowledge needed to get the job done safely. No matter what cargo needs secured from start to finish we have everything that you need in order to get the job done right. As being one of the leading manufacturers of Cam Buckles we have the ability to custom make just about any kind of Cam Buckle Straps as well as Ratchet Straps, Winch Straps, and E Track Straps to name a few. If you are interested in learning more about our full range of customization options or if you are looking for product recommendations for your cargo give our tie-down strap experts a call today at 800-483-2189 or by using our online contact us form located at the top of the website. We look forward to assisting you with all of your tie-down securement needs!
How to Tighten a Cam Buckle Strap Instructions
1). – Firstly, you will want to wrap the cam buckle strap around the cargo you anticipate on securing for transportation.
2). – Next, you will want to pull the webbing through the cam buckle similar to using a belt.
3). – Once you have the desired tightness you can release the cam buckle hardware to secure the tie-down webbing securely into place once the desired slack of the webbing is met.
How to Release a Cam Buckle Strap Instructions
When you have arrived at your destination you will want to push on the alligator release clip to release the tension of the webbing and you will now be able to pull the excess tie-down webbing out of the alligator clip of the cam buckle. Once you have unsecured the cargo and removed the excess webbing the next important step to take would be to ensure that the place you are putting your straps for the next use is out of direct sunlight and moisture as these conditions can weaken your straps over time.
Frequently Asked Cam Buckle Strap Questions
Can Cam Buckle Straps Cause Damage from Over tightening? – Although the odds of your over tightening your cargo by using cam buckle straps is extremely low the possibility is still there for sensitive items. You will want to watch how the cargo, boxes, or surfaces react as you tighten the cam buckles to see if any bends, tears, or cracks are occurring as you tighten. You will notice it is much easier to over tighten and cause damage to your straps using ratchet straps, however.
What is the longest length of webbing I can have? – The longest length for most applications that are part of our in-stock straps are normally 16 feet and 20 feet of tie-down webbing. However, being one of the leading manufacturers of tie-downs we can make just about any length of strap needed if your application requires it. If you are interested in learning more about our custom-made strap capabilities give our team a call at 800-483-2189 today!
What are Custom Made Cam Buckle Straps? – Custom-made cam buckle straps as the name implies are completely custom-made straps from start to finish with options that fit you best. Some of the many different customization options for cam buckle straps include the choice of cam buckle hardware, the color of webbing, normal or heavy-duty tie-down webbing, length of webbing, and optional company name on the straps for an additional price. This helps to make securing a custom application easier to secure or let others know who the straps belong to.
What are the common colors used for Cam Buckle Straps in the Industry? – Standard Cam Buckle Straps come in the color Yellow for 12 foot long straps, Gray for 16-foot long cam buckle straps, and 20 foot long straps coming in the color Blue. If you order custom-made tie-down straps or a custom color this can vary but generally, these are the colors to help determine the size of the strap throughout the professional moving and shipping industry.
What are Heavy Duty Cam Buckle Straps? – Heavy Duty Cam Buckle Straps are made with heavier duty and more durable materials such as Hooks Hardware, Tie Down Hardware, and the polyester tie down webbing itself has a higher working load limit. Although the straps may not all have a higher working load limit as straps are only as strong as the weakest link the durability over time can drastically increase for most normal securement applications.
What is Endless Loop Cam Buckle Straps used for? – Endless Loop Cam Buckle Straps are used for bundling items together. Whether it be to a pallet for transport to hold it in place or if it is going to be used to bundle items together for transport these straps are extremely affordable and durable.
What Type of Tie Down Webbing does Cam Buckle Straps Use? – Polyester Tie Down Webbing is the webbing of choice for cam buckle straps as it stretches very little and provides a great amount of strength and durability. Part of the reason that polyester is so widely used for cargo securement applications is the ability to withstand the elements such as snow, rain, mud, ice, direct sunlight, and other weather elements over time.
What are the main differences between Ratchet Straps vs Cam Buckle Straps? – Ratchet Hardware can be tightened by utilizing ratchet hardware that is designed to flow in one direction providing you with a much tighter securement. Cam Buckle Straps are tightened by using the amount of physical strength that you can pull through the cam buckle hardware in order to be tightened causing less of a chance for the cargo to become damaged from overtightening. Cam Buckles are traditionally one of the most preferred types of tie-down straps for professional movers as there is less chance of damage to the customer’s belongings or antiques.