Diagonal lashing for road transport in relation to the dynamic friction coefficients according to DIN EN 12195-1:2000

Inclined/diagonal lashing instructions

  1. Find out the dynamic sliding friction coefficient µD (surface of supporting surface and load) from the table
  2. Determine tension angles a and b using a protractor (see illustration “inclined/diagonal lashing”)
  3. Enter load weight  
As a result you get the retentive force; in order to attain this select the appropriate Braun lashing system from the table “inclined/diagonal lashing” (4 of each!)

Dynamic coefficient of sliding friction
Tension angle a[degree] see illustration
Tension angle b [degree] see illustration
Mass in [to]
Press button
FR in [kN]

Table of results – Inclined/diagonal lashing

Retention force
FR [kN]
in each case four of these Braun systems are required
750 1000 G2000
2000
G2500
2500
5000 ZK10 ZK13
 up to 7.5
 up to 10
 up to 20
 up to 25
 up to 50
 up to 63
 up to 100
x x x x x x x
  x x x x x x
    x x x x x
      x x x x
        x x x
          x x
            x


Table of µD sliding friction coefficient according to VDI guideline 2700

Pairs of materials
dry wet greasy
Anti-slip mat
Wood/wood
Metal/wood
Metal/metal
Concrete/wood
0,60 0,60 -
0,20 - 0,50 0,20 - 0,25 0,05 - 0,15
0,20 - 0,50 0,20 - 0,25 0,02 - 0,10
0,10 - 0,25 0,10 - 0,20 0,01 - 0,10
0,30 - 0,60 0,30 - 0,50 0,10 - 0,20

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