Load restraint based on Load Restraint Guide - Second Edition - 2004
NOTE: HIGH CENTRE OF GRAVITY LOADS OVERTURING MOMENT NOT CALCULATED
Direct restraint method with static friction used, no allowance for preload on restraint
Ignore restraint capacity forwards for blocked loads.
Ignore restraint capacity sideways for sideways blocked loads.
|50||AS4380 Blue||2||75||AS4380 Blue||5|
|Free Wheeled Vehicle (brakes not on all axles)||0|
|Wet or Greasy Steel on Steel||0.01 - 0.1|
|Smooth Steel on Smooth Steel||0.1 - 0.2|
|Smooth Steel on Rusty Steel||0.2 - 0.4||Smooth Steel on Conveyor Belt||0.3 - 0.4|
|Smooth Steel on Rubber Load Mat||0.6 - 0.7|
|Rusty Steel on Rusty Steel||0.4 - 0.7|
|Rusty Steel on Timber||0.6 - 0.7|
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