Ratchet Straps (5 Tonne Minimum Breaking Strength)
Ratchet straps, also known as cargo straps, are high-strength lashing straps that can be used to secure heavy goods for transportation.
These high-quality ratchet straps have a minimum breaking strength of 5 tonnes. Ratchet straps are specifically designed to prevent cargo falling off your lorry (or other vehicle) while in transit. We also offer an array of accessories to complement our 5T ratchet straps.
To order your ratchet strap, please choose from the following products:
(£2.75 ex VAT)
£9.96 inc VAT
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£10.10 inc VAT
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£10.43 inc VAT
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£11.36 inc VAT
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5 tonne ratchet straps from SafetyLiftinGear
If you are transporting heavy goods by road, you will need to ensure that your cargo is properly restrained before setting off. Even relatively light items can cause a lot of damage when they fall from a moving lorry, and so we recommend using our ratchet straps to secure your load and keep it from coming loose.
Be sure to check each ratchet strap's minimum breaking strength to ensure that it is strong enough to hold the load you are transporting.
What does 'minimum breaking strength' mean?
Minimum breaking strength (MBS) is the amount of weight a ratchet strap can take without breaking. Minimum breaking load (MBL) is another name for the same thing.
The ratchet straps listed on this page have a minimum breaking strength of 5 tonnes, which means that they can safely be used to restrain loads of up to 5,000kg. DO NOT EXCEED the stated minimum breaking strength, as this may cause your cargo strap to fail.
Ratchet strap accessories
In addition to our high-quality 5T ratchet straps, we at SafetyLiftinGear also offer a variety of ratchet lashing acessories, including:
- Wear sleeves in which to house your ratchet straps when not in use
- Corner protectors to extend the lifespan of your ratchet straps
- Assorted hooks for your ratchet lashings
If you have any questions about our ratchet straps and how to use them, please contact the SafetyLiftinGear team for expert advice.
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