Aerospace • Tie-Downs

Tie downs are a type of fastening system used to secure a variety of components or equipment. Tie downs utilize tension to keep parts from moving.

Tie downs are a type of fastening system used to secure a variety of components or equipment. Tie downs utilize tension to keep parts from moving.

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  • Aircraft Spruce & Specialty Co.

    Aircraft Spruce offers hook-n-pull tie downs that feature closed end "S" hooks made from steel with heavy plating. Tie down bards are made from aluminum. Aircraft tie downs are furnished with either 3/8" or 1/2" diameter nylon rope.  3/8" dia. are designed for light aircraft.  1/2" dia. are designed for heavy singles and light to medium twins.

  • Davis Aircraft Products Co.

    Davis Aircraft Products is a manufacturer of aircraft safety and cargo restraints, including tie down rings, studs and clips. Heavy duty and lightweight tie-downs are available. Other aircract products include seat belts, helicoptor slings and pendants, and helicopter blade restraint systems and hoist clamps.

  • Anchor Mfg., Inc.

    Sladek Corporation manufactures recessed stainless steel permanent tie down anchors for aircraft and mooring of marine craft. The anchor is 100% stainless steel with a work load limit of 1,000 lbs. for small aircraft.

  • Chief Aircraft Inc

    Chief Aircraft, Inc. offers Flytie aircraft tie downs offering a load capacity of 3,600 lbs. Kits includes 3 Delrin hubs, 9 steel rods, and 3 3/8" x 12' ropes. The complete kit weighs 6 lbs. and comes with a lifetime guarantee.

  • U.S. Cargo Control

    US Cargo Control offers aircraft track and L track tie downs. Rachet straps come in 1" to 4" sizes. Airline track is a heavy duty aluminum track that is FAA certified for use in the airline industry. Logistic track (or L track) is a versatile adjustable cargo tie down rail system.

  • Pacific Marine

    Pacific Marine manufactures aircraft and helicopter tie downs, including aircraft securing points, airport mooring eyes, lashing points, and mooring points. Capacities from 9,000 lbs to 200,000 lbs. are available.

  • offers "Claw" aircraft tie downs. The "Claw" aircraft anchoring system contains three collapsible triangular mechanical anchors and is designed for aircraft with 1200 lb. capacity per tie down. This systems works in hard clay, sandy soil or anything in between.

  • Storm Force

    Storm Force aircraft tie downs are compatible with all types of small aircraft. They a capable of supporting 4,200 lbs or more of force per unit. Angular construction provides maximum strength. The entire kit weighs in at 8 lbs. 9 oz.

  • Cargo Systems, Inc.

    Cargo Systems offers standard aircraft and military straps used as tie downs. They are made to IAW Mil-T-27260, Type 22 Mil-Spec natural webbing.

  • Bally Ribbon Mills

    Bally Ribbon Mills fabricates woven industrial fabrics for aerospace, military, safety, medical and industrial applications, including tie downs and strapping.

  • Flyties

    FlyTies Company is a manufacturer of aircraft tie downs with 1200 lbs. holding strength per stake. Flyties offer a small surface footprint, work on most unpaved surfaces, and weigh only 6 lbs.