Since beginning cargo net production in 2005, TAC employees have hand-crafted nearly one million cargo nets for the United States Air Force. Our employees take pride in cutting, gluing, and sewing cargo nets that secure the shipments vital to our military located throughout the globe. When a load of supplies, equipment, or humanitarian aid needs to travel around the world via Air Force cargo plane, TAC cargo nets secure those important loads.
- Top Net: NSN 1670-00-969-4103, HCU-15C
- Side Net: NSN 1670-00-996-2780, HCU-7E
- Low Profile Side Net: NSN 1670-01-603-0034, HCU-7A/E
- Aircrafts: Our nets are used on the C-5, C-17, C-27, CH-47, C-9 & C-130.
TAC cargo nets are used in the 463L pallet system.
TAC began its relationship with the United States Air Force in 1984 when employees began repairing cargo nets. More than 35 years later, TAC still receives cargo nets that have traveled all over the world then back to TAC to be refurbished.
The repair process begins when employees sort and evaluate incoming used nets. Those damaged beyond repair are scrapped after salvaging hooks and hardware that may be recycled. Cargo nets deemed repairable are fixed, then thoroughly inspected. Our 26 point inspection process seeks faulty hardware, faded or damaged webbing, and damaged sew points.
TAC repairs thousands of nets every year and saves the U.S. Air Force hundreds of thousands of dollars by repairing cargo nets.
TAC also creates new cargo nets, exact to specification, for the Air Force and other friendly militaries around the world.
Cargo Net Manufacturing & Cargo Net Repair Gallery
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