Web Straps & Tie Downs
Fieldtex products can manufacture straps and belts for hundreds of applications. From slings and shoulder straps to hand straps and military back pack straps.
There are numerous materials, sizes and colors to choose from. Materials include nylon, cotton and polypro. Sizes range from 1/2" to 2" and come in a myriad of colors.
We also provide a full range of hardware that would be sure to fill any and all requirements. Visit our Hardware page to see a sample selection of our stock hardware.
Straps to attach to existing hardware that is currently on your unit or straps to slip product into.
We carry cotton, nylon, mil-spec and polyester webbing in 1", 1.5" and 2".
View our Hardware page to see our some of our snaphooks and buckles.
Heavy duty netting systems for containment, barriers, Cargo lifting nets, etc.
These nets can be made with heavy duty racket style buckles to secure them in place. See also Custom Cargo Nets
Web straps can be used to create handles and improve the tensile strength of a fabric based product.
There are many applications that can use webbing including the transfer sheet pictured on the left. Which is used to move patients that weigh up to 600 pounds.
Fieldtex Cases has been fabricating web strap assemblies since the 1970s. We have access to a large variety of webbings that can hold up to 600 pounds making them ideal for industrial cargo straps or netting. Heavy duty cargo nets are reliable enough to secure materials as they are moved by cranes to load and unload ships, freight trains, trailers or warehouses.
Other products that we can make for you include tie downs, adjustable straps, and just about anything you need that requires webbing. Replace ropes and knots with web straps and buckles that make secure loose ends quick and easy.
Lanyards give you the option to have your Id or whatever you'd like, hanging around your neck. More industrial lanyards can be made to secure objects that may not move easily or are on unstable surfaces such as boats.
Ratchet Straps are used in medium to heavy applications where you need something held tight and secure, during rough conditions including traveling by boat, train and plane.
Shoulder Straps heavy equipment can put a strain on the person carrying it so consider adding a shoulder strap to spread the weight out and reduce the strain. Add a memory foam pad to a strap to make it even easier on your shoulder and the rest of your body.