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Koller helps fleets tackle unsafe loads with new load securing kits 

Koller Engineering has introduced three new kits containing everything needed for versatile load securement in vehicles. 

Each kit contains everything required for load securement when using load tie-down straps

In the UK, more than 4,000 successful prosecutions for unsafe loads are brought against drivers and operators every year.

The new kits are focused on using high-strength components, finished to exacting standards, and draw on Koller’s experience and know-how of load securing solutions; it works with councils, charities, NHS Trusts, vehicle converters and other trade organisations.

Dean Koller, director of Koller Engineering, said: “It goes without saying that unsecure loads present a danger to road users. It is important to use load-securing products that will keep loads safe and have been tested for their mechanical quality and have high breaking loads.”

He went on: “The design team at Koller has put together three different load securing kits, all with high breaking loads and lashing capacity. Each kit contains everything required for load securement when using load tie-down straps. We hope the kits make it easy for people to secure objects and prevent them from moving around.”

Each load securing kit comes with different fitting configurations. The Anchor Plate-4 Stud comes with surface rail compatible with four stud rail clips and all the fittings to make it secure, including underfloor spreader plates for increased strength. It has a breaking force of 2,500kgf and lashing capacity of 1,250daN, making it strong and durable.

The Anchor Plate-Double Stud works with double-stud fittings. The kit contains all the components for securement and has a breaking force of 2,300kgf and lashing capacity of 1,150daN.

Finally, the Anchor Plate – Single Stud kit is compatible with single-stud fittings and has a breaking force of 1600kgf and lashing capacity of 800daN.

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Written by Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for nearly 20 years, previously as assistant editor on the former Company Car magazine before joining Fleet World in 2006. Prior to this, she worked on a range of B2B titles, including Insurance Age and Insurance Day.

Natalie edits all the Fleet World websites and newsletters, and loves to hear about any latest industry news.

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