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Container identification | Who is responsible for load securing? | Friction value on the truck | Incoming container inspection

Episode 27: What about lashing angles?

When lashing down or lashing directly, it is unavoidable that lashing angles are created on the loading area when the securing equipment is attached. What are these and what do I need to pay attention to? It is always crucial that the angles are observed in a specific situation, taking into account the respective direction of the acceleration/deceleration forces.

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Container identification | Who is responsible for load securing? | Friction value on the truck | Incoming container inspection

Episode 12: How does an anti-slip mat work?

Anti-slip mats are often seen as a panacea when it comes to load securing, but is this really the case? However, the many observations I have made during loading operations often reveal a very different picture in practice. Things are often "made worse". The how and what will be explained below. First of all, the functional principle of anti-slip mats (ARM)...

Container identification | Who is responsible for load securing? | Friction value on the truck | Incoming container inspection

Episode 10: Force-fitting

Form-fitting has already been dealt with in Episode 8. treated. Now let's take a closer look at the frictional connection. What is a frictional connection, how does it work and what is important when securing loads? A frictional connection is a connection between two parts via the surface, whereby both surfaces have a high...

Container identification | Who is responsible for load securing? | Friction value on the truck | Incoming container inspection

Episode 6: Bay- or headlashing - What does it mean?

Load securing is an inexhaustible topic and anyone with a keen eye on the road has certainly recognized that more loads are being secured than in the past. Even the agricultural sector is using more and more securing equipment. Whether they are effective, however, is questionable. Perhaps the following anecdote can illustrate this. Two mothers are talking about...

Container identification | Who is responsible for load securing? | Friction value on the truck | Incoming container inspection

Episode 5: Friction value on the truck - What really counts?

This loading area is definitely not clean. It has probably not been swept for a very long time. If you are on the Rothschenk website, it can be assumed that you have more or less heard of the subject of load securing. If you do some more research on the Internet, you will stumble across forums, information pages from...

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