The tensioner is also called a binding belt or a bolter […]
The tensioner is also called a binding belt or a bolter, which is mainly composed of two parts: a fixed end and an adjustment end. There are many models of tensioners, a 2" ratchet buckle is also one of them.
The adjusting end of the tightener consists of two parts, the metal fitting, and the tightener strap. When the two parts are stitched together, only the double-row hooks need to be fixed on the sling webbing. However, you need to pay attention to check whether the end of the polyester webbing is suitable for use before sewing the binding belt.
Regardless of whether the webbing used with the tensioner is the adjusting end of the fixed end, its material and weaving method is the same as the flat sling webbing. However, it is necessary to pay attention to the conventional scissors cutting method, which cannot be applied to the tensioner strap. Since the end of the cutting end has not been coagulated with polypropylene filaments, it is easy to return to the phenomenon of fiber filaments falling off, which will cause changes in the stitched part and use length, so you need to pay more attention before use.
When we use a 1" ratchet buckle and other types of tensioners, we must remember to have a preliminary understanding of the use of tensioners to avoid unnecessary damage.