Ratchet Straps

Ratchet straps include well-known brands like Stanley, Faithfull and Masterlock. Products include ratchet straps, bungee cords, cable ties etc.


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  • Faithfull White Cable Ties 3.6mm

    Faithfull White Cable Ties 3.6mm

    £2.69 - £6.23 each (Ex VAT)
    £3.23 - £7.48 each (Inc VAT)
    Ideal for binding and organising several cables or wires together, they feature a self-locking mechanism and are easy to use. They can be installed inside or outside of your home and are an effective way of keeping wires or cables together.
  • Masterlock Ratchet Tie Down & J Hooks 4.5m (MLK3058E)

    Masterlock Ratchet Tie Down & J Hooks 4.5m (MLK3058E)

    The 4.5m Ratchet Tiedown with J Hooks is ideal for a wide range of applications, including for towing vehicles, ensuring everything is strapped down securely inside or on top of vehicles particularly when moving, as well as securing equipment on...
  • Masterlock Ratchet Tie Down & S Hooks 5m (MLK3109E)

    Masterlock Ratchet Tie Down & S Hooks 5m (MLK3109E)

    Ideal for house moves and transporting large equipment on the back of wagons or open vehicles, the Tie Down attaches to the vehicles used hooks that are designed to be secure and reliable. The Tie Down can then be adjusted to suit each application using...

Ratchet Straps

Ratchet straps are high strength straps, featuring a ratchet on one end and a hook on the other. The ratchet straps use a ratcheting slotted drum and a ratchet crank handle to tension the strap.

Also known as tie down straps, they are incredibly versatile and are ideal for tying or securing cargo during any transportation, or just securing items within your garage.

We have a wide range of Ratchet Straps available including:

  • Tie Down
  • J Hook
  • S Hook
  • Lashing Straps

If you're not sure which type of ratchet straps you require, ask our team your friendly local Howarth branch.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do ratchet straps work
To tighten ratchet straps, slowly thread the webbing through the slot in the centre of the spool of the closed ratchet and pull the webbing through to remove the excess slack to make a firm but not tight webbing.