Quick Lock saves time and money and makes things more comfortable
Tarpaulin central locking system
The principle: A shaft with hooks is mounted under the loading platform. Loops on the tarpaulin fasteners are simply located into the hooks, then by means of a centrally mounted lever in the vehicle, the shaft is rotated, the hooks then pull the loops downwards, bringing the tarpaulin under tension. Triangular eyelets with different length legs are located at the loop ends, by manually turning these asymmetrical triangles prior to the attachment of the tarpaulin the amount of tensioning that the Quick Lock should exert can be specified. Prior to unloading all fastenings can also be opened in one go, simply by rotating the shaft in the opposite direction: All fastenings are released from their hooks and the tarpaulin is immediately free to be moved.