Gear-Driving Reverse-Action Ratchet Straps
Regular price $26.19Regular priceYou Save 0%
Reverse Ratchet Straps
Reverse-action ratchet straps are designed to make load securement safer and easier. It tightens in the opposite direction as a traditional ratchet, meaning you pull down instead of push up, and requires less effort to tighten the strap.
Watch the video below or continue reading to learn more:
Ergonomic Ratchet Construction
The feature that makes these ratchets so innovative is an additional gear.
It allows you to pull the ratchet handle down using your arms and body weight instead of pushing up with your back, neck, and shoulders. Along with supporting better posture, this also ensures you have firm footing while tightening. This is particularly important in bad weather, like when it's icy or snowy.
Reverse-Action Ratchet Strap Leverage: 2x Tensioning Power
Another benefit of this gear-driving ratchet is you don't need as much effort to tighten the strap. We tested this claim in-house and found that it's possible to get nearly twice as much tension on the strap with equal or less effort when measured against one of our standard ratchets!
The construction also provides more gear clicks when the handle is in motion, resulting in increased control over strap tension.
Quick Webbing Release
Additionally, our reverse-action ratchet straps come with a side knob that streamlines webbing take-up and release. It lets you spin the mandrel to quickly take the slack out of the straps, saving you time and effort.
Custom Reverse-Action Ratchet Straps
If you don't see the configuration you need for your flatbed, fill out our custom tie down request form. Our Iowa-based manufacturing facility has the capabilities needed to work with businesses of any size, from one-truck operations to large fleets. We'll get your custom tie down made and shipped quickly!
Want to learn more about our gear-driving ratchet? Call to speak to one of our product experts today!
Like all of our load securement products, all reverse-action ratchet straps are tagged and labeled to meet or exceed all FMCSA / DOT requirements, as well as WTSDA recommended standards.