LOGISTIC STRAPS are constructed from 2″ webbing and designed to accommodate most interior van cargo restraint applications. All Logistic Straps feature a 4′ Fixed or Dead End. All Adjustable Running Lengths are sewn captive to the Ratchet or Cam Buckle to avoid separation and loss of either strap assembly piece. Alternate Breaking Strengths, Lengths and Widths of Webbing, as well as different Buckles and End Fittings available upon request by special order.

2 INCH LOGISTIC STRAPS

2 in. Logistic Ratchet Straps:
811P Ratchet Buckle and WBS2-6M-BL Webbing

Part Number Strap Length End Hardware Breaking Strength Working Load Limit
2150-12-SE
2150-16-SE
2150-20-SE
12 ft.
16 ft.
20 ft.
Series E, A
EFTG-2
Spring Ftg
3,000 lbs. 1,000 lbs.
Part Number Strap Length End Hardware Breaking Strength Working Load Limit
2150-12-3P
2150-16-3P
2150-20-3P
12 ft.
16 ft.
20 ft.
Series E, A
EFTG-3PC
3-PC Ftg
3,000 lbs. 1,000 lbs.
Part Number Strap Length End Hardware Breaking Strength Working Load Limit
2150-12-BF
2150-16-BF
2150-20-BF
12 ft.
16 ft.
20 ft.
Series F
BF-2
Btrfly Ftg
1,250 lbs. 420 lbs.
Part Number Strap Length End Hardware Breaking Strength Working Load Limit
2150-12-WH
2150-16-WH
2150-20-WH
12 ft.
16 ft.
20 ft.
1005P
Wire
Hook
1,500 lbs. 500 lbs.

2 in. Logistic Cam Buckle Straps:
CB-2 Cam Buckle and WBS2-6M-BL Webbing

Part Number Strap Length End Hardware Breaking Strength Working Load Limit
2160-12-SE
2160-16-SE
2160-20-SE
12 ft.
16 ft.
20 ft.
Series E, A
EFTG-2
Spring Ftg
2,750 lbs. 915 lbs.
Part Number Strap Length End Hardware Breaking Strength Working Load Limit
2160-12-3P
2160-16-3P
2160-20-3P
12 ft.
16 ft.
20 ft.
Series E, A
EFTG-3PC
3-PC Ftg
2,750 lbs. 915 lbs.
Part Number Strap Length End Hardware Breaking Strength Working Load Limit
2160-12-BF
2160-16-BF
2160-20-BF
12 ft.
16 ft.
20 ft.
Series F
BF-2
Btrfly Ftg
1,250 lbs. 420 lbs.
Part Number Strap Length End Hardware Breaking Strength Working Load Limit
2160-12-WH
2160-16-WH
2160-20-WH
12 ft.
16 ft.
20 ft.
1005P
Wire
Hook
1,500 lbs. 500 lbs.

Warning: Webbing straps (binders) must be protected when used on rough or sharp objects. All strap assemblies require inspection each time they are used. Straps that are cut, worn or otherwise damaged should not he used. Strap assemblies should never be tied into knots or allowed to becomc knotted. All straps arc load control devices and should not bc used for overhead lifting. Working load requirements should he evaluated by the user before selecting appropriate hardware and strap assemblies. All binder assemblies or systems are only as strong as the weakest component, including the point of attachment.

 

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