Coil Saver securement device
Coil Saver is a securement device that allows the driver to chain the coil on the outside along with the typical way of chaining through the eye. It is designed to prevent potential energy from transferring into kinetic energy during emergency-stop situations. It is not the number of chains but the placement of chains that makes the difference, according to the company.
Coils that fall off of trailers can result in property damage, injuries and death. The company says Coil Saver has a 50 percent more retention strength versus the conventional binding methods.
In anticipation of possible government standardization of load binders, Kinedyne has added features to its products to match the Web Sling and Tie-Down Associations' suggestions. Kinedyne load binders now feature stamped markings with the company's logo, a manufacturer code and reference to the manufacturing date ...
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The Kinedyne one-piece cast mandrel winch is made of steel and has a redesigned web slot radius. The mandrel cap holes were built to resist egging and elongation for improved safety. Kinedyne www.kinedyne.com (800) 848-6057
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