Tying Methods

TiteTie Tying Methods and Techniques

TiteTie can be used for all types of tie down needs and with your favorite tying methods. Whether you like to choke the cargo or double lash and finish off in the style of a trucker’s hitch, the TiteTie will increase tension to your load and make it easier to release the load when you arrive at your destination.

Below is a video showing each step on how to place the TiteTie onto the rope, once complete all you do is simply pull the rope as tight as you can – and don’t be afraid to go hard, the TiteTie is rated to 900kg so you’ll never break it. Use the pause button on the video to step your way through slowly if needed…

Below are 12 pages clearly describing each tying method to help you get the most from your TiteTie, or to just find out how to best secure your cargo:

1. Single Lashing Tie Down

2. Single Lashing No Knots Tie Down

3. Double Lashing No Knots Tie Down

4. Figure S No Knots Tie Down

5. Double Lashing & Hold Tie Down

6. Self Hold Hoisting

7. Use Two Ways

8. Trade Rack Tie Down 1

9. Trade Rack Tie Down 2

10. Doubled Tension Technique

11. Double Rope No Knots Tie Down

12. Load Choking

TiteTie is as easy as 1. 2. 3.

1. Load TiteTie onto the rope at a position that suits you…
2. Loop the rope through an anchor point or handrail…
3. Lock your cargo tight by pulling down on the rope.

Photo Step-by-Step Instruction Card

This instruction card steps you through every detail of tying the TiteTie, and makes for a handy quick reference card for safe keeping. Click on the image for a printer friendly version.

How it Works

When tension is applied to the rope or webbing the TiteTie’s patented Press-n-Grip 3V Design does its work. What makes the Press-n-Grip 3V Design so special is that two results are created from one action. Firstly, a gripping effect is created on the three Vs holding the TiteTie on the rope stopping it from slipping or sliding down. Secondly, at the same time the rope or webbing squeezes the two TiteTie pieces together creating gripping force on the lower hooks.

It is also worth noting at this point that the TiteTie is securely attached to the rope or webbing and no matter how much tension or shaking to the rope or webbing, the TiteTie will not fall off. Also note that the force on the rope or webbing is centered with the TiteTie, so there’s no twisting to make the TiteTie come off the rope or webbing like some other lesser products.

When the rope or webbing is placed between the two lower hooks, the force on the lower hooks prevents the rope from slipping back, resulting in holding power without tying any knots. To relase, just pull the rope or webbing up and out of the lower hooks, so easy and very quick to release loads when in a hurry and great if you need to re-adjust, add to or re-tighten a load.