Online Exporter 29MM Cam buckle Strap BS2901 Export to Luxembourg
Online Exporter 29MM Cam buckle Strap BS2901 Export to Luxembourg Detail:
Length: 5m, 6m, 8m, 10m or customized
Color: blue, orange or customized
Material: zinc alloy, steel, 100% tenacity polyester
Working load limited: 300daN
Breaking strength: 600daN
Standard: EN12195-2; AS/NZS 4380:2001
Usage: cargo lashing
Sample time: 1-3 working days
Production time: 30-40 days after sample approval
Packing details: export carton with solid pallet package
Shipment: By sea, air or express
Payment terms: 30% deposit in advance and the balance against copy of BL after shipment
For cam buckle and hooks
1)Yellow zinc plated
2)White zinc plated
4)Black electrophoretic plated
5)Also 3/4”, 1.5”, 2” cam buckles are available
For webbing parameter alternative
2.Required elongation rate
3.Different woven methods & logo printing
- Do not use the cam buckle strap for lifting.
- Do not use the damaged cam buckle strap.
- Do not use the webbing knot.
- Do not wring or twist the cam buckle strap.
- Keep the webbing away from sharp or abrasive edges.
- Periodically inspect the cam buckle strap to ensure the tie-down or webbing in good condition, or replace the strap at once.
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Mikmaq Mama show you how to make a stretch baby wrap. Part 1 is a no sew baby wrap. Part 2 show you how to sew on a front panel for added style.
You’ll need 5 metres of fabric. Look for jersey knit fabric, it will be stretchy both in the width and length. So, if you find material for $5-$10 per metre, it will cost you about $25-50. If your fabric is 45″ wide, you’ll get two wraps at $12-25 each. If your fabric is 60″ wide, you’ll get three wraps at $8-16 each. Baby wraps retail for $80-100. This is a great example of how making something yourself makes a difference to the wallet.
Here is a link to the step by step photo instructions http://mikmaqmama.weebly.com/making-a-wrap.html
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