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Portable, yet very strong and stable, the VER-T-POL can support up to 42,000 pounds working load limit and is quickly set up by one or two persons in about 12 minutes.
Domestically manufactured from 17-4 PH stainless steel, the forged, center pull hoist rings provide the same working load limit as Jergens' alloy steel products with the added benefit of increased corrosion resistance in harsh environments.
It is also critical for personnel securing loads to trailers with chain to fully understand working load limit (WLL) versus maximum breaking strength (MBS) so they do not exceed chain capacities.
The model regulation required that the total, or aggregate, of the working load limit (WLL) of all tie-downs must not be less than half the weight of the cargo it secures.
The final rule clarifies how to determine the working load limit of cargo securement systems and the way carriers should use these tiedown devices to secure cargo so it does not leak, spill, blow, or fall from a CMV.
Therefore the model regulation required that the working load limit (WLL) of any component of a cargo securement system must always withstand the following forces: * 0.