IMMI provides a limited warranty, covering defects in workmanship and material for one year from date of purchase /invoice. IMMI will replace product without charge, or refund purchase price, at our option, on any products found to be
defective in material or workmanship during this period. This warranty does not apply to any product which IMMI deems subject to abuse, misuse, accident, alteration, negligence or unauthorized repair. The duration of all other express and
implied warranties, including any implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a purpose, is limited to one year from date of purchase. This warranty is not transferable.
Since the application of IMMI products are beyond IMMI’s contol, IMMI’s liability, and the purchaser’s sole remedy relating to the installation, application or use of IMMI’s product, shall be strictly limited to recovery of its purchase price, and shall
under no circumstances include recovery of any other direct, indirect or consequential damages, whether based on damage to or loss of profits, cargo, vehicle or any other damages.Warranty Claims
End user customers: To make a warranty claim, contact us at the phone number / address on the back of this catalog and follow instructions that will be provided. Any returned product that is replaced or refunded becomes the property of IMMI. Purchaser shall be responsible for any shipping costs to IMMI. Please retain your purchase receipt to verify date of purchase in order for warranty claim to be honored. Trade customers: See information under Sales Policies and Returns
below.IMPORTANT STRENGTH INFORMATION & CAUTIONS
Break Strength is the force required to cause significant permanent distortion of a component in a straight tensile test. The weakest link of any assembly determines the product’s breaking strength. For this reason, it is important that attachment
points be of equal or greater strength than the product in use to maintain the rated capacity of the product.
Safe Working Load: The safe working load limit of a component or tie-down assembly is 1/3 of the product’s breaking strength. Do not exceed the safe working load limit of any product.
Cautions / Warnings: It is the responsibility of the user to determine strength requirements for their specific applications, as well as the safe working load limit of the tie-down component or tie-down assembly they are using. Stated rated capacities are for products in new condition. Age, wear and damage to webbing or components shall result in a loss of rated capacity (breaking strength). Never attempt to use a worn or damaged tie-down assembly. Inspect each product before
each use and immediately replace any worn or damaged products. For effective operation, and to avoid serious injury, read and comply with all instructions and cautions found on IMMI packaging and products.
For more than 45 years, IMMI has been an industry leader in the design, testing and manufacturing of advanced safety systems. With the vision of a safer future for every child and adult riding in a vehicle, IMMI produces hundreds of innovative products for various sectors, including the commercial vehicle, fire/EMS, child seating and school bus industries.
Founded in 1961, the company manufactured and distributed seat belts for automotive applications operating from a small, one-room office in downtown Indianapolis. Today, IMMI operates from worldclass manufacturing and testing facilities on a 70-acre campus in Westfield, Indiana. A well-established global presence, IMMI employs more than 600 business people at facilities in the United States, Mexico and the United Kingdom, and serves customers in nearly every country in the world.
With an on-going dedication to “Bringing Safety to People,” IMMI has set the standard for safety in various industries in the U.S. and throughout the world.
BoatBuckle Brand Tie-Down Systems offer professional fishermen and weekend boaters convenient, high quality tie-down systems so they can spend more time on the water and less time on the boat ramp. IMMI is the leading marine tie-down manufacturer in North America.