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Cordstrap Polyester Strapping

If palletizing bundles is one of the many tasks you manage in your warehouse, you’ll need to pick the right strapping for the job. That may mean having a variety of strapping materials on hand, or you might get away with having just one. While steel strapping is very common, it’s worth your time to consider polyester cord strapping. There are many performance benefits of this product, and very few drawbacks.


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Key Benefits

When looking for reasons to pick polyester cord strapping as opposed to the other options, there is plenty to mention. Some of the benefits of this material include:

– Easy to handle thanks to the soft nature of the straps
– Cost-effective compared to many alternatives
– Possible to hand-tie when high tension is not required
– Lightweight product
– Don’t have to worry about rusting
– Non-abrasive and should treat your products well in transit

Of course, when evaluating which type of strapping is right for your needs, you must think about what you’ll be palletizing, how heavy that load will be, and how far it might need to travel. Poly cord strapping might not be the right pick in every case, but it can be trusted in plenty of applications. If you’re unsure what type of strapping is right for your needs, don’t hesitate to reach out to our knowledgeable agents.

POLY CORD STRAPPING
TYEP
STRAP SIZE
TENSILE STRENGTH
FOOTAGE PER COIL
COILS PER BOX
COILS PER PALLET
WIDTH
INCH
MM
COMPOSITE
5/8
16
1200
2000
2
54
3/4
19
1400
1670
1
25
2000
1500
2700
1300
1 1/4
32
3500
770
WOVEN
5/8
16
1800
2000
3/4
19
2400
1650
1
25
3100
2500
1
27
1 1/4
32
3285
600
4
48
1 1/2
38
4700
600

Get Everything You Need

By shopping with Vulcan Wire, you can easily acquire all of the equipment you need to complete your strapping projects. Of course, if you would like to have other types of strapping on hand when polyester isn’t the right fit, we can help you there as well. Vulcan has you covered with a variety of strapping materials as well as the tools required to put those straps in place. Thank you for taking the time to visit, and we are excited to serve you!

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