OTHER LASING EQUIPMENT
Renoko sells a wide range of Lashing Equipment:
RATCHET TYPE LOAD BINDER
A Ratchet Binder, also known as a atchet chain, uses a ratcheting mechanism to create tension in the chain and secure the load. It features a ratchet handle and two tension hooks on each end.
Ratchet styles are often noted as the safer option, because its design does not store as much energy in the handle, reducing the risk of the bar recoiling or snapping back.
Ratchet Chain Binders is used to tighten chain tie downs over a load.
Lever Binders, also known as a Lever Chain or Snap Binder, use leverage to tighten the chain and secure cargo. The tool features a tension hook on each end.
Lever Binders are typically easier to install because they have a more simple design. This style stores energy in the handle and can be tougher to tighten as it requires more strength.
Lever Chain Binders are designed to tighten chain tie downs over a load.
LEVER TYPE LOAD BINDER
The use of a Grab Hooks will allow 100 percent of the chain sling capacity.
When used to hook back to chain leg to form a choker, the angle of the choke must be 120 degrees or greater.
When used as a chain shortened, minimize twist of chain and ensure chain is fully engaged in hook.
Slip Hooks are made to be automatically or easily unhooked.
Not Suitable for use with Grade 80 chain and chain slings used in overhead lifting.
For slings or lifting chains, Grade 80 or 100 alloy components are recommended.
Winch Lashing Systems are required for all situations where heavy loads must be fastened with absolute security under conditions of high pre-tension; heavy loads on trailers, vehicles and cargo on board ships are examples of common applications.
Winch Lashing Systems incorporate materials selected for robustness, reality, strength and light weight.
The shape of the winch is another feature designed to assist the ease of use of winch lashing systems in cramped conditions.
Hook To Jaw Type Container Turnbuckle.
Container turnbuckles are used in combination with lashing bars to secure containers above deck on a container ship or barge.
The jaw end of the turnbuckle is secured to a d-ring or lashing plate.