E Track Rails

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42459-2
$9.00

12 Gauge Steel
Black or Galvanized

3000343
$20.00

12 Gauge Steel
BLACK

3000340
$20.00

12 Gauge Steel
GALVANIZED

3000244
$39.99

12 Gauge Steel
BLACK

3000118
$39.99

12 Gauge Steel
GALVANIZED

42455V-2
$9.00

12 Gauge Steel
Galvanized Finish

42455V-5
$20.00

12 Gauge Steel
Galvanized Finish

3000181
$39.99

12 Gauge Steel
Galvanized Finish

E Track Rail Systems for Enclosed Trailers and Dry Vans


E Track Rails are known across the cargo control industry and professional shipping industry as one of the best ways to secure cargo inside enclosed trailers and dry vans. This is due to horizontal e-track rails and vertical e-track rails being installed along the walls and flooring of the enclosed trailers. Once the E Track Rails are installed securing cargo can become a breeze using e track fittings to latch into the rails for securement in a matter of seconds.

The major benefit to using e-track rails is that it provides numerous different securement points in angles you couldn’t traditionally reach which helps first-time movers, professional movers, and the professional trucking industry who may not always be securing the same sizes of cargo. This helps those who often change the physical size of cargo, the weight of the cargo that is being secured, and the various shapes you may face during your move.

Some of the popular e-track attachments for e-track rails include e-track cam buckle straps, e-track ratchet straps, and e-track load bars that are all designed to keep your cargo safely secured in place during a move. E Track Load Bars are designed to latch into e-track systems in order to help prevent load shifts from stacked boxes, pallets, or other various cargo loads from tipping over.

One of the major issues with dry van-enclosed trailers is the risk of opening the dock doors and cargo falling over from a load shift during transit toward the driver or other workers. You can help play a part in eliminating the odds of that happening to increase safety for both the cargo and the driver by using e-track load bars during your next move.

If you are interested in receiving a quote for our e-track rails give our e-track experts a call at 800-807-5634 or by using our online contact form which can be located at the top of the website. Our experts would be happy to help answer any questions you may have. We look forward to helping you equip your moving van, enclosed trailer, or dry van with our premium e-track systems!

The Different Types of E Track Rail Accessories


E Track Load Bars – E Track Load Bars are cargo bars that have been designed to latch into e-track rail systems that are run along the walls for dry van trailers. E Track Bars can help professional truck drivers who are securing cargo such as boxes, skids, or pallets to arrive safely at the next destination without load shifts. Load shifts can happen from cargo being top heavy, sudden brake, lane changes, or even something as simple as a quick acceleration.

E-Track Cam Buckle Straps – E Track Cam Buckle Straps are one of the most popular types of e-track straps that are designed for use with e-track rail systems. Cam Buckle Straps with e-track fittings latch into the e-track rails installed along the flooring or the walls of the trailer and are pulled by hand to the desired strength for your cargo securement. When the desired strength is reached for your strap simply let go of the opened cam buckle hardware and the cargo will remain safely in place during transit.

E Track Cam Buckle Straps are a great option for those who are transporting customers’ personal belongings such as professional movers as the chance of overtightening customers’ cargo is greatly reduced compared to ratchet straps. Cam Buckle Straps are extremely durable and are made from 2-inch polyester tie-down webbing that provides great amounts of strength with little stretching to keep cargo in the same spot throughout transit.

E-Track Ratchet Straps – E Track Ratchet Straps are another one of the most popular types of e-track straps that can quickly be latched into place on e-track rails and run either horizontally or vertically. E Track Ratchet Straps utilize ratchet hardware that flows in one direction and can be secured much tighter than alternative e-track cam buckle straps. This helps to secure heavier cargo from pallets, skids, automotive vehicles, UTVs, ATVs, and more easily.

Frequently Asked E Track Rail Questions


Does the color of Horizontal E Track Rails Make A Difference in Quality? – No, the color of the e track does not make a difference in the quality of the rails. This is solely based on the personal preference of the driver and both colors are designed to help prevent potential rust over time in certain climates.

What is the Working Load Limit for E-Track Rails? – There are no safe working load limits for both horizontal e-track or vertical e-track rails due to the differences from each enclosed trailer or moving van. During an equal break strength test, you can expect our e-track rails to be rated at 2,000 lbs strength. However, this breaking strength should not normally be used as certain trailer manufacturers may not have walls rated for 2,000 lbs of strength.

In order to remain safe you should always look at your trailer specifications instruction manual or moving van specifications manual to help keep you and your cargo safe during transit.

E Track Rails