What should I pay attention to when lashing down?
So that nothing ever slips.
When heavy loads have to be lashed directly, professionals generally tend to use the lashing chain. Indeed, modern lashing chains, particularly ones made of high-strength steel, offer unrivalled advantages. RUD has carried out pioneering work here and was the first manufacturer in the world to receive the approval stamp D1 for round steel chains of the highest Grade 12 as long ago as in 2007. The ICE range was born.
The ICE lashing chain stands for a particularly high level of quality and safety. It not only fulfils the European standard, it exceeds it in many points. One special advantage is its low weight. ICE has a Lashing Capacity LC (permissible lashing force) almost 60 % higher than conventional Grade 8, despite the same nominal thickness.
Image source: POLICE DE LA ROUTE LIEGE (B) _ Raymond Lausberg
RUD ICE lashing chains not only fulfil the standard, they offer much more besides.
RUD lashing chain variant: ICE-Lashing Chain-Ergo
When transporting goods, the cargo generates enormous forces. These forces have to be held securely with the corresponding lashing equipment. There are primarily two types of lashing:
What should I take into account when direct lashing?