Understand The Structural Characteristics Of 2" Ratchet Buckle

  • The 2" ratchet buckle used in cars plays a big role in the transportation of goods, so what are the structural characteristics of the 2" ratchet buckle?

    The ratchet buckle is composed of a tie-down strap, a fastener, and a metal end part. The ratchet buckle is a hand-driven tension device with a maximum wrist force of 500N. The main purpose of ratchet buckle The tightener is mainly used for the tightening of goods on trucks, trailers, ships, or rails, and the binding and tightening of steel, wood, and various pipe articles.

    The ratchet buckle is suitable for vehicle towing and rescue. The ratchet buckle cannot be used for lifting goods. The ambient temperature of the fastening tape is -40℃~+100℃. When the polypropylene fastening tape is used, the ambient temperature is generally -40℃~+80℃. It is strictly forbidden to use it in a high-temperature environment. The ratchet buckle has a variety of structural forms. According to actual needs, the strength of the tightening belt will decrease when the end parts are not exposed to ultraviolet radiation for a long time. Therefore, the tightening belt should not be used for too long in a place with strong ultraviolet radiation. Ratchet buckle avoids working in molten metals, acids, glass plates, fragile objects, nuclear reactors, and special environments.

    In addition to the 2" ratchet buckle, there are also 1" ratchet buckle and other different sizes.