Reasonable price for 25MM Cam buckle Strap BS2504 Export to European
Reasonable price for 25MM Cam buckle Strap BS2504 Export to European Detail:
Length: 5m, 6m, 8m, 10m or customized
Color: blue, orange or customized
Material: zinc alloy, steel, 100% tenacity polyester
Working load limited: 225daN
Breaking strength: 450daN
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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We rely upon strategic thinking, constant modernisation in all segments, technological advances and of course upon our employees that directly participate inside our success for Reasonable price for 25MM Cam buckle Strap BS2504 Export to European, The product will supply to all over the world, such as: Pakistan , Virgin Islands (U.S.) , Bogota , The president and all the company members would like to offer skilled solutions and services for customers and sincerely welcome and cooperate with all native and foreign customers for a bright future.
Glenn Pew (http://www.glennpew.com/) for AVweb.com. An All Nippon Airways Boeing 767-300 carrying 193 passengers was damaged during a hard landing at Tokyo Narita airport, June 20th, 2012. The ANA jet touched down on runway One Six-right. Airport weather reports show winds at 230 and 16 knots gusting to 29, at that time, suggesting a potential crosswind component of more than 27 knots. However that may have affected the pilots and aircraft, security camera footage shows the airliner came down first on the right main, then on the nosewheel alone, before porpoising into a second impact that appears to impart visible flex on the airliner’s forward fuselage. No injuries were reported, but an early post-flight inspection clearly showed buckling and creases in the fuselage skin forward of the wing root. Japan’s transportation safety board is investigating. Video after the jump.
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