When truck and trailer owners want to get their cargo or recreational vehicles safely to their destination they turn to the efficiency of an etrack system. This system, typically made from a high strength steel, give you the flexibility to configure it to match the needs of the items or vehicle that you are hauling. Safety is always an issue when you move cargo along the highways. This safety can be achieved when you correctly use the proper components of your etrack system.
Etrack – This is the actual steel tracking which looks much like a railroad track. The track is welded, screwed, or riveted to the sides or floor of a truck bed or trailer.
Etrack ratchet straps and tie downs – These polyester straps offer strength and flexibility. Many prefer the polyester material since it will not scratch the surface of the items being transported. Its flexibility allow it to conform to the shape of the object. It is also available in different strengths so the working load limits should be considered when you are purchasing the straps you need.
Etrack tie down hardware – There are many hardware fittings available which include spring e fittings, tie downs with D rings or O rings, or heavy duty tie downs with or without a round ring. These various fittings will fit right into the etrack, providing you an anchor to tie down your cargo.
Shoring Beams – Most often these are used in a trailer and offer an effective solution to keep your cargo secure by providing a barrier. They come in various sizes and the lengths can often be adjusted to accommodate the width of your trailer.
Etrack wood end socket – When attached to the trailer these beam sockets make it easy to assemble a shoring or decking beam. This will help to keep your cargo in place when you place a 2×2 piece of lumber, cut to your specified length, in each socket.
Putting all the pieces together in your system allows you to design it to your specifications.