Steel is the oldest and highest tensile strength strapping. It is available in a variety of widths and thicknesses as well as variations in tensile strength.Steel is used for heavy duty holding where high strength and minimal stretch are desired. Surface finishes for steel strap include: black painted, zinc painted and waxed. The wax is used to better transmit the tension around the bundle and for use with certain types of tensioners.
Common applications include:
- Steel coils
- Bundles of metal
- Baling wire
- Bricks and pavers
- Roll end-binding, etc
PET Strapping can be used on loads requiring high, medium and low strength applications. They can be applied manually (with seals) or with semi-automatic (pneumatic or battery) strapping tools or used in fully automatic pallet strapping lines. There are two types of PET strapping: smooth surface and embossed surface. Smooth straps have higher breaking and joint strength and stiffness than embossed straps. It is available in a variety of widths and thicknesses as well as variations in strength. Polyester provides excellent retained tension on rigid loads. Its excellent recovery properties help a load absorb impact without strap breakage.
Polypropylene (PP) strap is an economical material designed for light to medium duty unitizing, palletizing and bundling. Easy handling, no rust corrosion, minimum risk of injury during usage. Applicable with fully automatic, semi-automatic, battery operated and manual strapping tools. With its soft density it is recommended for strapping cardboard boxes and light pallets. It is available in various widths & thicknesses.
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