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SDL ~ LIFTING and SHIFTING Catalogue 2020 Load Retention Straps • Recommended accessory for most sack truck models


• Load retention straps are used for securing and transporting bulky or unstable loads safely • Our load straps are designed to clip onto the chassis of most sack trucks using plastic hooks. • They are tightened and adjusted by either a standard cam buckle or a ratchet operation.


Standard Cam Buckle Ratchet


Sack Truck Accessories


LENGTH (cm)


40+150 40+300


ORDER REF PRICE


STP/CB/150 STP/CB/300


£9.00 £10.00


LENGTH (cm)


40+150 40+300


ORDER REF PRICE


STP/RA/150 STP/RA/300


£10.00 £11.00


Hand Truck Kerb Ramp


• Designed to assist hand truck operators when moving loads over kerbs or steps • Eliminates the need to lift or push loaded hand trucks over kerbs or steps • Prevents damage to the load or injury to the hand truck operator • Lightweight and portable • Molded engineered plastic • Non-skid surface prevents slipping • Easy storage • Strong and durable


• Designed for use with kerbs or steps up to 200mm high


Load Capacity


270kg


Overall Length 685mm Overall Width 685mm Height of Kerb 200mm Weight


4kg


Order Ref Price


PKR220 £59.00


55 STORAGE DESIGN LTD TEL:01446772614 info@storage-design.ltd.uk


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