Renewable Design for One way Lashing Hooks TR5050DR&TR5030DR Supply to Milan
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Model Name:2” Triangle Ring
Size: 50MM / 2”
Finish: White Zinc-plated/Yellow Zinc-plated
Minimum breaking load: 5000kgs/3000kgsg
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Packing details: Safety carton with pallet for sea shipping
Delivery details: 30-35days after you confirm the order
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The QRT Deluxe was the first self-locking, self-tensioning retractable system and is now the industry standard in wheelchair tie-downs.
Features and Benefits:
* Dual Tightening Knobs – Provides additional tensioning if needed
* Automatic, Self-Locking – Allows easy, one-handed hook-up of wheelchairs
* Self-Tensioning – No manual tensioning required. Retractors automatically take up slack to ensure wheelchair passenger is always secured
* Positive Lock Indicator – Patented feature clearly indicates when fitting is locked in anchorage (L-track application only)
* Interchangeable – Eliminates confusion; no right, left, front or rear locations
* Low Profile & Compact – No mounting bracket allows retractors to fit under most footrests
* Accomodates Larger Wheelchairs – Reduced overall retractor length leaves more room for wheelchairs
* Universal Design – Accommodates virtually all wheelchair designs, including scooters
* Durable – Constructed from hardened steel and coated in zinc for maximum corrosion resistance
* J-Hook – Reduces twisting of belts and ensures proper securement with a quarter turn accommodating virtually all wheelchair designs
* Foot Release Lever – Easy release eliminates the need to bend down
This video gives you step-by-step instructions on installing cable onto every Dutton-Lainson brake winch.
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Here is the transcript of this video:
“This video will show you how to install cable onto Dutton-Lainson brake winches.
Here’s a few important notes for you to keep in mind: First, how you install cable depends on which DL brake winch you own, so follow this video’s instructions only when you see your winch’s model listed in the top left corner of the screen. Also, except for the DLB350A you’ll see near the end of this video, we do NOT recommend that you remove your winch’s reel to install cable onto it. We WILL show cable being installed on standalone reels, but that’s only so you can more easily see the processes we’re guiding you through. One last thing- we’ll start by showing the most common cable installation method (using the cable clamp that comes with most of our winches), then you’ll see a few variations of it necessary on our higher-capacity brake winches, and we’ll finish by guiding you through a couple of unique wrap methods.
So, if your winch is included in the model list to the left, rotate your winch’s reel so it’s oblong-shaped slots are up. Use a pair of pliers to put a kink close to 2 inches from the end of your cable. Slide that end through the reel’s slot, then wrap it around the outside of the drum. Next, line up the kink with the square hole next to the slot and insert the cable clamp bolt through it. Set the cable clamp and nut in place, adjust the cable so it fits under the clamp’s winged edges, then use a 7/16″ wrench to securely tighten the clamp. Get rid of any slack in the cable so the side of your winch looks similar to this. Finally, tightly grip the cable while you wind it in even layers coming off the top of the reel.
If you’re installing cable onto a DLB2500A or 2505A, the process is slightly different, in that you first move the oblong slots down so the cable comes off the bottom of the reel, and you clamp the cable using the square hole OPPOSITE the slots instead of the one right next to it, but the rest of the installation process involving the clamp is the same.
If you own one of these winches, wrap the cable around the top of the inside of the drum once, then slip it through the reel’s ROUND hole and use the cable clamp through the square hole as always.
On a B3500 brake winch, wrap the cable under the BOTTOM of the inside of the drum, through the round hole to the right of the square hole, then secure the cable using the clamp and square hole as normal.
We’ll now go over a couple of winches that require you to wrap the cable onto the drum instead of using a clamp.
Because of its small size, the DLB350A is the one brake winch where we recommend that you remove the reel before installing cable onto it. To do this, get two 1/2″ wrenches to loosen and remove the nut and bolt holding the reel in place. Pull the reel out from the winch, then position it so its oblong slots are up. Put your cable through the slot, into the bottom left hole towards the center of the reel, back out of the bottom right hole towards the outside of the reel, then slip its end underneath the first loop. Remove any slack from the knot you just created, then this area should look like this. Ensure that the end of the cable is contained within the reel and not hanging off the edge of it, then you can reinstall the reel onto the winch and wind your cable onto it.
Last but not least, to install cable onto our B4010A winch with a split reel, simply slide the cable through the slot in the center plate and feed each side with the length of cable you need. Wrap one end around the outside plate, then wind all of the cable onto the winch by engaging its loop drive.
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