There are multiple options for anchoring cargo nets or sheets to trailers. Of course, there are still the good old, tried and tested hooks, but innovations in the field mean that we can offer you new methods of anchorage.
Three-Hole Hooks, Polyethylene Knobs and Rope End Closures
The classic fastenings three-hole hooks which can be screwed to the trailer to hold the shock cords, ropes or nets. In contrast, rope end closures with hooks are designed to fit shock cords of any width. A clever, optically attractive option is to fasten rubber tensioning ropes using polyethylene knobs. Each nob is screwed onto the trailer to allow the tensioning rope to be attached to it without any risk of tearing, as the round polyethylene knobs have no sharp edges.
Sandowclick, Holdon® and Plastic Hooks
Plastic anchorage systems have meanwhile become just as capable of withstanding stress as metal ones. For example, “Holdon® clips”, which were developed and patented in Sweden. The Holdon® clip-on eyelet replaces the eyelets not only on cargo tarpaulins, but also on banner ads or camping equipment. They are easily attached to the edge of the tarpaulin and are reusable.