The Quikbinder Plus Ratchet Load Binder seeks to solve many of the common issues that traditional load binders
Preparing loads for transport with binding chain has always presented challenges since load binders haven't evolved
much since their inception. The
Quickbinder Plus Ratchet Load Binder seeks to solve many of the common issues that traditional load binders
The Quickbinder Plus comes packed with a number of features that allow it to out perform traditional ratchet load
Three Position Pawl
It's three-position pawl offers the choice of ratchet extension, ratchet take-up, or a free spin setting for fast
adjustment in either direction. This feature allows the load to be secured in half the time of traditional ratchet
binders only having a two position pawl that doesn't allow for easy free spooling.
The Quickbinder Plus features drop-forged, heat treated, zinc plated hooks that provide greater corrosion
protection than painted hooks. The binder chain size and grade markings are forged into the hooks.
It's compact design features a folding handle which can easily be opened during use and then, closed once the
load is secured, or for storage purposes.
Proof Tested with Working Load Limits on Handle
Each binder is proof tested and has working load limits permanently marked on the handle.
Lock Attachment Point
The Quickbinder Plus also features a lock attachment point so the binder can be locked to the binder chain
making it more difficult to tamper with the binder, assembly, or load.
Higher Working Load Limit than Traditional Ratchet Binders
The Quickbinder Plus has a working load limit that is much higher than traditional ratchet binders and is
available in three different sizes with working load limits of 7,100lbs, 12,000 lbs, and 18,100 lbs, allowing it
to easily be matched up with Grade 80 chain.
Before operating be sure to check and follow your equipment manual and all transportation regulations for the
jurisdictions for which you'll be traveling.
Turn the pawl to the "free spool" position.
Unscrew the ratchet binder until the binder is fully extended so the color mark on the thread can be seen. Be
sure not to exceed the max extension length.
With the chain attached to the equipment at a 45 degree angle, attach the binder to the chain while taking up
as much slack as possible.
Take out any additional slack by tightening the binder by hand.
Fold the handle out, turn the pawl to the "in" position, and begin ratcheting the load to the desired tension.
For additional security, a long baled lock can be used to lock the chain to the binder.
Unfold the handle, turn the pawl to the "out" position and begin ratcheting the binder until tension has been
Switch the pawl to the "free spool" position and swiftly release any remaining tension left in the chain.
For a full video with more information on proper load binding techniques, please
We'd like to give a special thanks to Chauvin
Brothers Tractor in Belle Chasse, Louisiana for allowing us to film at their facility.
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