Professional and legal securing of loads is child's play for Sortimo van racking including the integrated ProSafe load securing concept. More accessories can be used to lash additional transport goods so that you are on the safe side, even on tight bends or with sharp braking.
Sortimo load securing
The most important rules
Load securing with Sortimo ProSafe
The SoboPro installation and load securing floors and SoboPro restraint pole can be selected in mySortimo configuration and ordered online.
Telescopic restraint poles for load securing:
Easy securing of large items in the cargo space.
With the telescopic restraint poles, large, bulky goods can be easily and safely locked in place for transport. Thanks to the telescopic function, the restraint poles can be used flexibly and transported in a space-saving way. In addition, it is possible to continue to use the restraint poles when changing vehicles.
The length of the telescopic restraint pole can be adjusted according to the application and thus offers many possibilities for securing the load: The restraint poles can be anchored both vertically and horizontally in the vehicle. In addition, it is possible to continue using the retraint pole in other vehicles.
Ease to use
With a few simple steps, the telescopic restraint pole is first inserted into the ground lashing point and then locked into the fixing rail on the roof. The restraint pole is then firmly fixed in this position.
Protection for the load
The telescopic restraint pole has a plastic sheath. This serves as a protective cover so that the load, which is lashed directly to the tensioning pole, is not damaged.
Thanks to its eccentric shape, the telescopic restraint poles rotate with the load between two restraint poles if it should move when accelerating or braking. This reduces the distance between the two poles and thus brakes the load
Using the two ProClick interfaces on the telescopic restraint pole, ProClick tool bags can be hooked in for storage. This offers the possibility, for example, to store lashing straps within easy reach.
Minimum space requirement
When not in use, the telescopic restraint pole can be folded to its minimum size and stored compactly in the vehicle using storage brackets.
Well-thought-out load securing on the rack and in the vehicle. Also suitable for the already existing original lashing points.
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The most important rules as an overview!
Responsibility for load securing
What are the driver’s obligations for load securing?
- Obligation to check load securing and load distribution before setting off.
- Obligation to check and rectify load securing during transport.
- Obligation to adapt driving behaviour to suit the load.
- Obligation to check load securing if someone else has loaded the vehicle.
What are the dispatcher's obligations for load securing?
The obligations of the dispatcher include proper stacking, stowing, lashing, wedging, strapping and securing of the load so that, during normal carriage in daily traffic (even in extreme situations), the forces acting on the vehicle do not endanger or harm goods, persons or the vehicle.
What are the vehicle owner's obligations for load securing?
The vehicle owner is responsible for the proper condition and correct equipping of his vehicle. This also applies to equipment with load-securing items (§§ 30 and 31 German Regulations Authorising the Use of Vehicles for Road Traffic). The Higher Regional Court in Düsseldorf decided, in their resolution dated 18/07/89, that the owner must comply, in general, with the VDI Directive 2700. That means that the vehicle owner must also ensure that the vehicle is equipped with adequate load-securing equipment, suitable for the load, so that the driver can carry out load securing on the basis of the VDI Directive 2700. The vehicle owner must not authorise the use of unsuitable vehicles.
What are the loader's obligations for load securing?
The basis for the obligation for load securing by the loader is § 22 German Road Traffic Regulations, since it is not directed exclusively at the driver, as is generally assumed. Here the loader is seen as the “manager of the loading tasks” and, for the carriage of hazardous goods, the “person commissioned by the loader”, i.e. the person entitled to take independent decisions in terms of loading. Unless there is a special individual contract provision, the responsibility of the superior extends right up to the company management. This means that the company management is responsible for load securing unless they have transferred responsibility to a subordinated person. Under the law the obligation of load securing is incumbent on the loader.
However, the elements of the ProSafe system can not only be used with the van rackings, but are also compatible with the TopSystem roof rack. This means that you can also use all elements to secure loads on the roof of your van.