Utility Trailer Manufacturing says its Adjustable Load Securement System (ALSS) option for Utility flatbed trailers is now available for all types of hauls, now including coils.
The ALSS option was introduced earlier for flatbed, dropdeck, Tautliner curtainsided trailers, and the Conestoga 2. It’s now ready for coils when ordered with the optional J-hook tie-down plate ‘stops’. They prevent fore-and-aft movement of the plates which is essential for proper coil securement.
Utility’s ALSS provides an additional tie-down location for load securement over and above winches, side rail and pipe spools. Traditional tie-down devices such as chains, cables, and web straps can be connected to the moveable J-hook plates. The new system features a working load limit rating of 6500 lb per tie-down plate, which matches the current rating for the heavy-duty aluminum pipe spool on Utility’s 4000A flatbed.
An optional storage system can be mounted to a trailer’s main frame beam and can hold up to 12 J-hook tie-down plates.
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