Our online shop for cargo securing offers a wide range of products when it comes to securing your motorhome. Shoring beams in particular are among the simplest ways to secure the motorhome or the corresponding boxes or pieces of luggage accordingly. They are very straightforward to handle and can be clamped very quickly even by non-experts. Once the beams are correctly clamped, they can achieve the maximum blocking force and thus perfectly secure objects in the motorhome. Moreover, this type of securing equipment is of course also accepted and respected by official authorities such as the police.
We offer shoring beams for motorhomes in different lengths. Whether you are looking for aluminium locking rods, locking bars with an additional PVC cover or special bars for a track with pins or an anchor combi lashing track – you are guaranteed to find what you are looking for.
Shoring beams are particularly practical when it comes to securing in the motorhome. As already mentioned above, these tools can be used very easily and in a few simple steps. In addition, the beams, each of which is placed against the wall of the motorhome, take up very little storage space, so you can pack and load your motorhome in the usual way.
Depending on the model, the load can be additionally protected, or damage to it can be avoided. This is ensured by sheathing of the locking rod in PVC furniture and luggage/boxes etc. are optimally protected. Because of the standardised hole dimensions of the shoring beams, they can additionally be combined with lashing straps etc. to provide further protection.
If you have any questions about the appropriate securing equipment, you should not hesitate to ask our staff for advice. We are professional and can help right away.
In all EU countries, it goes without saying that it is compulsory to secure cargo in motorhomes and caravans, and this is checked by the relevant authorities, such as the police, especially during the holiday season. Incorrect or improper securing may result in fines and other penalties, and in some cases the vehicle may not be allowed to continue its journey. Thus, shoring beams are definitely an optimal solution.