The Challenge: Securing Wheeled Stillages in Curtainsiders
Curtainsiders offer efficient loading and unloading, but securing wheeled stillages like cages within them presents a unique challenge. Traditional methods like nets or straps struggle to handle the dynamic forces these heavy, rolling loads exert during transport. Stillages can shift, tip, or even break free, impacting safety and damaging both the goods and the vehicle.
Don-Bur's Solution: EN 12641-2 Rated Curtains with Embedded D-Rings
Don-Bur tackles this challenge with its innovative curtains, specifically:
- EN 12641-2 rating: These curtains adhere to the stringent European standard for curtainsider tarpaulins, ensuring high quality and durability.
- Suitability for EN 12642-XL rated bodies: These curtains are compatible with heavy-duty trailers certified under EN 12642-XL, meaning they can handle significant cargo weight.
- Embedded steel D-rings on the inside: Strategically placed throughout the curtain, these robust D-rings provide secure anchor points for load restraint.
- High tension webbing straps: The D-rings are integrated into webbing straps that can withstand high loads and distribute tension evenly.
- Ratchet tensioners at one end of the body: These easy-to-use tensioners allow for quick and efficient tightening of the webbing straps.
Benefits of Don-Bur's Curtains:
- Enhanced safety: Securely restrained stillages minimize the risk of accidents and cargo damage.
- Improved efficiency: Quick and easy tensioning simplifies loading and unloading.
- Compliance with regulations: EN 12641-2 and EN 12642-XL compliance ensures peace of mind and avoids potential fines.
- Durability: Robust D-rings and webbing straps offer long-lasting performance.
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Published: Fri 19 Jan 2024
Updated: Fri 19 Jan 2024