What do STF and LC mean in load securing?

STF stands for pretensioning force, LC stands for lashing force. It is important to distinguish which securing method is used. In the case of non-positive securing methods, it is the pre-tensioning force (STF) and also the existing friction coefficients between the load and the loading surface that are important. In the case of positive-locking variants, on the other hand, the lashing force (LC) is the decisive factor.

We will tell you more subtleties in our load securing technical article: "Episode 28: Pretensioning force STF and lashing force LC".
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