Cheap Load Binder | Load Binder Supplier

Cheap Load Binder | Load Binder Supplier

Load binders are typically used in conjunction with other types of load securing equipment, such as ratchet straps or lashing chains. They are passed through the load and tightened using the ratcheting mechanism, and they are secured in place using the hook or latch. The load binder is then tightened using the ratcheting mechanism, and the load is secured in place.

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Shandong Lisheng Machinery Co., Ltd. is a new generation enterprise dedicated to the hardware industry. It is located in Jining City, Shandong Province, the hometown of Confucius and Mencius. The company is a professional hardware supporting enterprise integrating design, research and development, production and sales. The main products are chains, wire ropes and their accessories: shackles, turn buckles, clips, rings, snap hooks and other forgings and castings, and accept drawings and samples for processing.

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Types of load Binders

Lever Binders are the most common type of chain binder and use an “over center" lever action to tighten or “bind" the chain. These binders are often considered more dangerous than other types as they can snap when released from the load shifting etc. and strike the operator when releasing. Combination winch bars or “cheater bars" are commonly used to tighten or lock down lever type chain binders. We offer lever type chain binders that work with chain sizes 1/4" – 5/8" and a variety of chain grades.

Ratchet Binders utilize a ratcheting mechanism and handle to operate. These binders have threaded hook ends that are tightened or loosed by operating the handle. These binders are much safer than lever type and are preferred by many fleets for this reason. We offer ratchet type chain binders that work with chain sizes 1/4" – 5/8" and a variety of chain grades.

tips to consider before buying load binders

Chain binders are essential load securing equipment in the transportation industry, there are many different chain binder options to choose from, as well as a variety of chain grades and chain hooks, follow the 2 tips, you can find the safety and properly load binders.

Load binder size
Chain binders can generally accept a range of chain diameters, so it’s important to pay close attention to the working load limit of both the binder and the chain. There are two sizes stamping on the load binder, for example, 1/4″ load binder – 5/16″ load binder, which means it can be used with 1/4″ Grade 70 Transport Chain or 5/16″ Grade 43 High Test Chain. Keep the strength of chain binders weaker than the chains’.

Importance of Proper Load Binder Usage

Proper usage of load binders is essential to ensure load securement and prevent accidents or damage. It is important to select the appropriate load binder based on load requirements, working load limits, and chain size. Users should receive proper training on load binder usage, including correct tensioning techniques and safety guidelines. Regular inspection and maintenance of load binders are necessary to identify any signs of wear, damage, or malfunction. Compliance with industry regulations and standards is crucial to ensure load securement and transportation safety.

Functions of Load Binders

The primary function of load binders is to securely tighten and hold chains in place, providing load restraint during transportation. They are used to create tension in the chains, eliminating slack and ensuring a secure connection between the cargo and the transportation vehicle. Load binders enable users to control the amount of tension applied to the chains, allowing for safe and reliable load securement. They play a vital role in preventing load movement, shifting, or falling off trucks, trailers, or other transport vehicles.

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There are two general types of load binders – ratchet binders and lever binders, defined by their method of tightening.

Standard binders are only rated at 5,400 lbs. This increased rating allows the user to tighten 5/16" or 3/8" grade 70 chain and still meet the WLL of 6,600 lbs. that the 3/8" chain is rated for. Ratcheting load binders are the safest way to tighten and tie down flatbed loads using chain.

Also known as a load binder, chain binders are tools used to tighten chain when securing a load for transport. There are two basic styles of chain binders – lever binders and ratchet binders.

Lever binders, in general, are a method of securing cargo on a flatbed truck. Flatbed cargo loads typically utilize straps or chains to bind the load and secure it to the truck bed. To secure the load properly, the strap or chain is tightened; the force of the tension is what keeps the load secure.

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