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Lifting or Lashing Hardware - Is There a Difference?

Lifting or Lashing Hardware - Is There a Difference?

In a word 'YES' there is a difference! Lifting Hooks & Lifting hardware are effectively lifting chain components and can be used for both lifting & lashing operations. Lashing Hooks & Lashing Hardware are NOT lifting chain components so can only be used for lashing operations, they are NOT for lifting.
Telltale Signs of Vehicle Recovery Equipment Wear and Tear

Telltale Signs of Vehicle Recovery Equipment Wear and Tear

We often get asked about replacement life cycles for webbing straps, lifting slings, wire ropes and chains. In a lot of cases, just because something is old does not mean it should be replaced. In this blog we will try to explain what the telltale signs are for when kit should be replaced.

Manufacturing to a Customer's Design

Manufacturing to a Customer's Design

Listening to customers. Cardno is continually adapting its product offer to include more specific customer requests where it is most likely to be relevant and interesting to many other customers.

Polyester Webbing Straps for Load Restraint

Polyester Webbing Straps for Load Restraint

Polyester webbing straps are used for ‘non-lifting’ applications, such as load restraint. For example, tying/lashing down vehicles on the back of a truck where the characteristics and weight/strength capabilities of the strap are totally different to lifting.

Made in Britain

Made in Britain

We, at Cardno, very much believe that when the phrase, ‘Made in Britain’, is used in marketing, by a company of its products, it is done so to indicate their confidence in the content, quality and reliability of the products they manufacture.

Motorcycle Transport Tie-Down Straps

Motorcycle Transport Tie-Down Straps

Motorcycles are a very popular form of transport with many thousands of them on our roads at any one time. So, the law of averages suggest that a fair proportion of them will either break down or be involved in a traffic accident at some time or another.

Are you geared up & ready with the right equipment to do the job?