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Lashing strap 5t 6m

Code
LK5062
Price
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Strap width
Strap length
Ratchet strap
Shf
50mm
5500mm
500mm
50daN
Stf
LC
LC tie down
300daN
2500daN
5000daN

  • Lashing strap with a durable ratchet made of metal. The handle has plastic coating for comfortable usage.

  • Blue label in accordance with the regulation EN12195-2, wrapped in a long lasting protective layer.

  • 50mm wide polyester strap coated with polyurethane, with a weight of 130g/m. The coating grants longer lifetime for the strap, this way it will be hardened and more resistant to mechanical effects and UV light.

  • With a double hook made of 12mm round bars at both ends.

  • TÜV certified product.

Origin
China
Weight
2,367 kg
 
Stock
Lajosmizse
in stock
Szigetszentmiklós
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Blue label

According to EN12195-2 every PES (polyester) made cargo control product must be supplied with an attached blue label. This label provides information about the technical details of the lashing strap and tracking information about the production time, location and producer. If the label is lost or become unreadable the product cannot be used any more. It also has a hidden part sewed into the lashing material, this way the necessary tracking information can be gained even after losing the visible blue label.
This indicates that there is a strict regulation about the content of the visible and non-visible part of the label.

Visible part

GS/TÜV certificate
It is not compulsory but good to have such a certificate for the lashing strap.

Material information
PES (polyester)

Applied European Norm
EN12195-2

Elongation
< 7%

SHF (standard hand force)
Hand operating force applied on the ratchet (50daN = ~50kg).

STF (standard tension force)
Residual force in the strap after release of the handle of the ratchet.

Lashing capacity (LC)
Maximum force for use in straight pull that a web lashing is designed to sustain is use. In addition usually the tie down capacity is also listed with LC marking, its value is double of the standard lashing capacity.

Length
Length of the long end given in meters.

Serial number
Provides tracking information about the production time, location and producer.

Production date

Warning
The lashing strap cannot be used for lifting, only for lashing!

Supplier or manufacturer mark
Name, symbol or registered trade mark of the manufacturer or supplier.

Non-visible part

Supplier or manufacturer mark
Name, symbol or registered trade mark of the manufacturer or supplier.

Lashing capacity (LC)
Maximum force for use in straight pull that a web lashing is designed to sustain is use.

Material information
PES (polyester)

Applied European Norm
EN12195-2

Serial number
Provides tracking information about the production time, location and producer.

Production date

White label

Contains the generale usage information - according to EN12195-2 - for the lashing strap:

  • Inspect the lashings for damage before each use.

  • Do not use if there are any damage e.g. cut webbing or deformations in the tensioning mechanism or and fittings.

  • Observe the rated assembly strength on the label applied to the lashing mode (observe also EN 12195-1 and EN 12195-2).

  • Use protectors for sharp edges (both on the load and the vehicle).

  • Avoid heat superior to 100°C.

  • Do not twist or knot the webbing.

  • The ratchet can be operated only with the maximal allowed hand force.

LC

Maximum force for use in straight pull that a web lashing is designed to sustain in use. According to EN 12195-2 samples must be tested during the production. During the tests the complete lashing strap must sustain 2 x LC force, while the webbing must endure 3 x LC force.

LC tie down

The maximal tie down force affecting the load while the lashing strap sustains the maximum allowed force. The representation of this value is not regulated by EN12195-2, however common speech refer it as the capacity of the lashing strap. For example a "5 ton" lashing strap has an LC value of 2500daN and LC tie down value of 5000daN.

SHF (standard hand force)

Hand operating force applied on the ratchet (50daN = ~50kg). The handle has to be operated with this force to generate the standard tension force in the strap.

STF (standard tension force)

Residual force in the strap after release of the handle of the ratchet. The longer the ratchet is, the stronger force in the strap generated.

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