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|Product Name:||Tow Straps||Material:||Polyester , Nylon|
|Length::||6m,9m||Breaking Strength:||4ton, 8ton, 9ton,11ton,12ton, 15ton|
|Color:||White, Orange,yellow, Green|
heavy duty recovery straps,
recovery truck straps
Tow straps, recover starps, tow strap, 4WD Recovery Heavy Duty Snatch Strap
4WD Recovery Heavy Duty Snatch Strap - 75mm / 15 metre
75mm wide x 15metres long
7, 400kg Recovery Load Limit
11, 100 Kg Minimum Breaking Strength
100% nylon genuine 20%
|min. breaking strength||8000kg||11000kg||15000kg|
|stretch||genuine 20%||genuine 20%||genuine 20%|
|material||100% nylon||100% nylon||100% nylon|
|eye & seam protector sleeves||yes||yes||yes|
100% nylon genuine 20%
Min. breaking strength : 8000kg , 11000kg, 15000kg
Length: 9m (or as requirements)
Width: 60mm, 80mm, 110mm
Stretch: genuine 20%
Material : 100% Nylon
Reinforced eye : yes
Eye & Seam protector sleeves: yes
NANJING D.L.T SLING CO.,LTD offers you strong, durable and premium quality recovery strap which help people in pull vehicles bogged in sand or mud or anywhere else to safety. Our recovery straps include snatch strap, winch extension strap and tree trunk protector that are mostly used in Australian market.
Following are tips and steps for you to use the Recovery straps correctly:
Step 1—Follow the product instructions:safety warnings, including a minimum breaking strength.2) instructions for safe use.) The minimum breaking strength must be at least double the gross vehicle mass (GVM) of the lighter of the two vehicles used in the recovery.
Step 2—Check the strap: Make sure your recovery strap isn’t damaged at all. Never use a damaged strap.
Step 3—Attach it correctly: 1)Attach the recovery strap to a point on the vehicle that is suitable to use with the strap. Make sure it has a safety rating to pull that much weight.2)You could also use a shackle, as long as it:3) complies with the legal standards4) has a working load limit that’s higher than the strap’s minimum breaking strength.
Never attach it to a standard tow ball or your vehicle’s tie-down point. becuase hese aren’t strong enough to pull a bogged vehicle. They can easily break off and cause injury or death.
Step 4—Use it properly: Only use recovery straps to pull a bogged vehicle to safety. Never use them to lift a vehicle or tow it conventionally.
Step 5—Reduce rebounding:Recovery straps are elastic. They can easily rebound when fully stretched, and this can be a safety hazard.You can reduce the risk of rebounding by covering the straps with:a recovery damper, a heavy bagor a blanket.
Step 6—Keep bystanders safe:Rebounding straps are deadly. People have died from being struck by rebounding straps. Have any bystanders move away from the vehicles to a distance of at least 1.5 times the length of the unstretched strap.
Step 7—Educate yourself: If you are likely to use recovery straps, sign up for a four-wheel-drive training course. Most nationally recognised courses will give you instructions about using recovery straps. Check with the course provider before you sign up.
Contact Person: D.L.T