The aluminum load lock bars with rounded notches have been designed to secure even very heavy materials, quickly and safely in the cargo area of your van.
The exclusive model is a European registered design. The bars are inserted between two aluminum tracks with matching notches. This system allows for the mounting of one bar on another, even using different models of bars. Because of the milled-notch system, it is also possible to attach accessories such as eyelets with straps or horizontal bars with hooks.
Thanks to this product, you can secure cargo in different modifiable sections of the van's cargo area.
Unlike other comparable products on the market today, this new Syncro product has been designed so that it will not rotate once it has been inserted in the tracks. It also has a rubber coating along the edges that protects cargo from being scratched or damaged during transit.
The bars come in the standard length of 1,876 mm, which is sufficient for most van heights. For vans with lower ceilings, it is possible to cut the bars to the necessary length. Custom orders can be made for lengths between 50 centimeters and 6 meters.
Syncro milled cargo bars also come in a version with a safety clip to prevent accidental release.
The system is extremely simple to use: just remove the clip, install the bar in the desired position, then fit the clip in the hole furthest from the release lever. This holds the bar securely in place and even resists moving cargo.
Syncro System’s vertical cargo bars make it easy to secure loads in the back of your van.
The bars hold cargo safely in place and prevent it from sliding around and striking your van’s bodywork or racking.
The metal rails that hold these bars in place can be fixed to the van’s walls or to its floor and roof.
Because Syncro telescopic cargo bars can be fitted and removed extremely quickly, the same van can be used to transport panels, door and window frames, etc., as a mobile workshop and to carry bulky cargo.
These bars lock in place and release by means of a simple lever.
They incorporate an internal ratchet system and an external lever that locks them in their fixing rails.
Fixing rails can be positioned anywhere inside the van, to suit your needs.
These rails are designed to hold the ends of cargo bars.
Rails come in various versions: aluminium with a T-profile, rounded profile or rectangular for recessing and stainless-steel with cross-shaped holes that allow cargo bars to be fitted facing in different directions.
Ratcheting cargo bar is provided with two rubber ends so that the rail is not required.