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Make your packaging even more reliable with rugged strapping
Our selection of strapping products, plastic strapping, steel strapping and strapping machines fulfils a variety of uses.
Choose the best strapping for you based on the strapping system used, your product weight and dimensions and the intended transport mode as well as any applicable government or industry standards.
Many of our strapping products are approved by the Association of American Railroads (AAR).
Our product specialists analyze your needs and help you choose strapping with the characteristics you require.
Polyester (PET) strapping & buckles
This strapping is industrial-rated and just as rugged as steel strapping.
- Contracts after elongation
- Non-corrosive, UV and abrasion-resistant
- Applies securely
- Cost-effective and recyclable
Polypropylene (PP) strapping & buckles
This all-purpose strapping is perfect for irregularly shaped packages and can be heat-sealed.
- Light and very flexible
- Greatest elongation of all strapping
- Limited elastic memory
Steel strapping & buckles
This strapping is the strongest on the market. Rounded edges on many products offer enhanced safety.
- High tensile level
- Limited elongation
- May be affected by UV rays and temperature variations
Many options available: rounded edges for safe use plus a range of finishes and tensile levels.
Cord strapping & buckles
This highly resistant strapping is generally used in the construction industry or for products exposed to the outdoors.
- Industrial tensile strength
- Resistant to temperature variations and humidity
- Does not mark merchandise
- Limited elongation
Woven for high shock absorption and outdoor use or non-woven for indoor use.
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