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Polyester Strapping & Banding

To move away from steel strapping while still using a product capable of getting the job done on medium loads, polyester strapping may be your best bet. The strongest of the various plastic strapping options on the market, polyester doesn’t present the potential safety risk that is seen with steel. Of course, when you order with Vulcan, you will be able to pick from numerous widths and thicknesses, coil sizes, tensile strengths, and more. Place your order today!


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POLYESTER STRAPPING
STRAP SIZE
TENSILE STRENGTH
FOOTAGE PER COIL
COILS PER PALLET
AVERAGE COIL WEIGHT
STRAP FINISH
CORE
WIDTH
INCH
mm
INCH
1/2
12.7
700
6560
28
50#
E
16
800
6500
E
5/8
15.9
1200
4600
E/W
1400
4000
E/S/W
1600
4000
24
E/S/W/AAR
3/4
19.1
1600
3280
28
E/S/W
2500
2460
E/W
1
25.4
3000
1800
S/W

Sealing Options

You have options when it comes to how your polyester banding strap will be sealed around a load. A quality seal is important to maintain tension in the strap, and there are two basic options here: metal seals or friction welding. Metal seals will be perfectly acceptable in many cases, but using friction welding equipment is great when you need to keep metal out of the equation altogether.

Avoid Steel Issues

Steel strapping remains a very important product in shipping, and we are proud to sell quality steel strap here at Vulcan. With that said, it comes with its own drawbacks, just like any other product. If some of the negatives that come with steel—safety issues, damage to cargo, etc.—are becoming a problem for your business, consider making the switch to polyester.

Opting for polyester strapping is a great way to get the performance you need while sidestepping some of the problems that may arise when using steel.

The Right Supplier

Reliable suppliers are important to almost every business. At Vulcan, we respect your need to have your orders delivered both accurately and on-time. In addition to delivering polyester banding, we can also supply you with all the tools needed to work with this strapping on a day to day basis. Thank you for considering Vulcan Wire.

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