Trailer shoring bar 60mm(H) x 40mm(W)
Length(L): Bespoke Made to Measure - (Please include the exact length your require in (mm) in the instructions section during the checkout process).
Bar inner tube thickness: 4mm
Finish: Bright zinc plating
*Bar to be used in-conjunction with 60mm x 40mm clip & pin load bar cups – (sold separately).
Trailer shoring bars provide load containment of goods during transit for fixed body vehicles and trailers fitted with internal tracks. Trailer shoring bars are used in-conjunction with specialist steel load bar cups which securely fasten to the vehicles internal tracks.
Our trailer shoring bars, also known as rigid load restraint bars and cargo shoring bars are made from tough durable steel with bright zinc plating finish.
You should use trailer shoring bars when transporting loads in trailers fitted with internal tracks when there is a risk of movement or goods. It is vital to make sure that any trailer shoring bars you’re using are secure before you set off. Failure to do so could result in damage or danger to persons or property.
Weight capacity of shoring bars
One of the most important things to consider is the weight of the load you’re using a trailer shoring bar. You’ll need to have a rough idea of how much your cargo weighs and use a suitable type and number of bars to secure it. The safe working load limit (WLL) on our trailer shoring bars is 1000kg spread equally across bar. To safely secure a load, the combined WLL must be greater than the weight of the load itself. It’s always recommended to use poles in pairs depending on where the internal tracks are fitted.
Length of bars
The trailer shoring bar needs to be long enough to reach from the face of the track on one side of the trailer to the face of the track on the opposite side to safely secure into the load bar cups. (Please confirm the length you require in the instructions section during the checkout process).
For further information regarding our steel trailer shoring bars please email; firstname.lastname@example.org