Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked QuestionsDo Quarantine’s Interior Restraints fit in all vehicles?

Our Interior Restraint System was designed for use in pickup trucks, however it has the ability to be installed in any make or model of vehicle. We have yet to come across a make or model that our interior restraints can’t fit.


 

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  • What are the current laws and legislation around cargo nets and cargo securement?

    Current legislation determines that all exterior cargo must be completely secured. A completely secured load is one where no cargo can become airborne or slide, shift, fall, sift onto the roadway.

    Alberta Transportation standards also prohibit the use of unmarked tie-downs, and apply to cargo both in and on vehicles. All of Quarantine’s cargo restraints are clearly marked and are also compliant with Department of Transportation (DOT) and North American Cargo Securement Standards (NACSS).

  • What is a Working Load Limit (WLL)?

    Working Load Limits (WLLs) are the measurement for strength in the cargo net and restraint industry. The maximum load of an item is measured through testing and then divided by a Safety Factor Ratio to determine the WLL. Maximum loads are the amount of weight or tension any item can endure before breaking. Maximum loads are also known as breaking strength or Break Strength Capacity (BSC) of an item. View all details and video in our Ratings section.

    Quarantine Restraints uses the same Safety Factor Ratio as the U.S. Cargo Control of 1/3 of the break strength or maximum load of an item, or 1/3 of the amount of load at which any component of the product broke when tested.

    Any detachable part on a restraint system must be marked independently with their specific WLL. Quarantine Restraints are comprised of more than one element, and the lowest WLL for each and every one determines the WLL of the entire group.

  • Is the WLL stamped clearly on all components?

    In accordance with the transportation industry’s standards all of the QR. components are clearly marked with their individual WLL

  • How do I store my cargo restraints?

    Both of Quarantine’s Interior and Exterior Restraint Systems comes standard with an easy-to-use carrying case. We recommend that you properly store your net after each use.

  • Where can I find replacement parts?

    Quarantine’s Accessory Pack can provide supplementary hardware for your restraints as well as extra connections for high, heavy or uneven loads.

  • What is your warranty?

    Quarantine offers a 100 per cent guarantee on manufacturer’s defects. Please contact your local dealer for complete information.

  • How Can I Wash My Quarantine Restraints?

    We recommend washing your restraints by hand using mild household soap and water solution and let to air dry.

  • Do You Make Custom-Sized Cargo Nets?

    Quarantine’s Exterior Cargo Restraint Systems were designed for both short- and long-bed pick up trucks. You may connect nets together using gear from our Accessory Pack to form a larger net. Our Interior Cargo Restraints System comes in one size, but can also be combined with another net to form a larger surface area.

  • What are Quarantine Cargo Restraints made of?

    Quarantine Restraints are made of 2” polyester seatbelt webbing and POM-A plastic with sun-resistant coating.

  • How do I purchase your products?

    Contact Quarantine Restraints and we will find dealers in your area for you.

  • How do you install the interior net?

    Follow these step-by-step instructions for properly fitting your vehicle with QR. Interior Cargo Restraints. Occasionally, a QR. Floor Mount Anchor may also need to be installed.