Cam buckle straps are one of the more unique types of t […]
Cam buckle straps are one of the more unique types of tie-down straps because they do not use a mechanism to secure cargo, such as ratchet straps that use a ratchet to tighten the cargo. The cam buckle is tightened by using the force of your hand and can only be tightened with the physical tightening force of your hand. Some of the main benefits of using cam buckle straps are that when these straps are tightened, there is very little damage to sensitive surfaces such as antiques, light cargo with sensitive edges, or fragile valuables.
The cam buckle straps use a cam buckle with a clip similar to a belt, and once the tie webbing is pulled over and the cam buckle is released, the strap will stay in place. This is the ideal cargo hold for lighter-weight cargo or fragile cargo. Ideally, cam buckles are one of the most common straps used by porters who deal with customers who may lose repeat customers if their valuables are damaged beyond repair.
1. Half-knot hooking method: The half-knot hooking method is the most common method when tying a car. Just wrap one end of the rope into a circle, and then pass the vehicle hook through the middle of the rope loop.
2. Figure-eight knot hooking method: wind one end of the rope into a circle, then pass the end of the rope under the rope and wrap it back, and finally tighten the end of the rope.
3. Flat-knot hooking method: wrap one end of the rope around the city in a circle, and then place the rope end and the rope in a parallel position. Then pass the end of the other rope under the circle of this rope and wrap it under the rope, and then thread it back and tighten it.