527 1" Ratchet (heavy duty)

Web Size: 1 “
Breaking Strength: 1,500 kgs/3,300 lbs
Working Load Limit: 500 kgs/1,100 lbs
Weight: .34 kgs/.74 lbs

620 4K 2" Wide Handle Ratchet

Web Size: 2”
Breaking Strength: 2,000 kgs/4,400 lbs
Working Load Limit: 665 kgs/1,400 lbs
Weight: .52 kgs/1.15 lbs

5200 10K 2" Short Narrow Handle Ratchet

Web Size: 2”
Breaking Strength: 5,000 kgs/11,000 lbs
Working Load Limit: 1,600 kgs/3,600 lbs
Weight: 1.10 kgs/2.40 lbs

5600 10K 2" Short Wide Handle Ratchet

Web Size: 2”
Breaking Strength 5,000 kgs. /11,000 lbs
Working Load Limit: 1,600 kgs. /3,600 lbs
Weight: 1.10 kgs/2.41 lbs

5800 10K 2" Long Wide Handle Ratchet

Web Size: 2”
Breaking Strength: 5,000 kgs/11,000 lbs
Working Load Limit: 1,600 kgs/3,600 lbs
Weight: 1.11 kgs/2.44 lbs

5300 15K 3" Ratchet (heavy duty)

Web Size: 3”
Breaking Strength: 7,715 kgs/17,000 lbs
Working Load Limit: 2,570 kgs/5,665 lbs
Weight: 3.22 kgs/7.09 lbs

5900 20K 4" Ratchet (heavy duty)

Web Size: 4”
Breaking Strength: 10,890 kgs/24,000 lbs
Working Load Limit: 3,635 kgs/6,000 lbs
Weight: 3.71 kgs/8.17 lbs

Operating Instructions

To Tighten:

When the end fitting of the ratchet are properly in place, pull the webbing slack through the slot in the ratchet mandrel. Tighten the strap by ratcheting the handle up and down until secure. A minimum of two turns of webbing should be around the mandrel after tensioning. To secure the ratchet in a lock position, pull the handle down against the frame.

To Release:

To release, pull back on latch lock handle and rotate the handle approximately 180 degrees. At this point, the web will easily slip out of the ratchet.

WARNING: The use of cheater bars or other means of increasing the leverage on a ratchet buckle handle, other than a Multiprens USA approved device, can cause serious injury to the user and/or bystanders. All Flat Hooks and Flat D-Rings have a defender clip to prevent cutting of the web. Cut, worn or damaged strap assemblies should be immediately replaced. The strength of strap assemblies is rated at its weakest point.