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Polypropylene Strapping & Banding

Using too much material for the job at hand is almost as bad as using too little. When you don’t use strong enough strapping, for instance, you risk losing control of the load. On the other end of the spectrum, however, using strapping that is far too strong could mean you are spending money unnecessarily. The goal is to use the right product for the job each time. Polypropylene strapping can help by handling the task when light-weight loads need to be unitized and secured.


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POLYPROPYLENE STRAPPING
STRAP SIZE
TENSILE STRENGTH
FOOTAGE PER COIL
COILS PER PALLET
GRADE
STRAP FINISH
CORE
WIDTH
INCH
mm
INCH
1/2
12.7
300
9000
28
HAND GRADE
E
16X6
500
7200
E
5/8
15.9
820
6000
24
E
3/8
9.5
300
12900
24
MACHINE GRADE
E/W
18X8 & 9X8
1/2
12.7
350
9900
E/W
500
7200
E/W

Get the Right Specs

If the goal is to use the right strapping for the job, your focus should be on the specs that come with each product. Whether it ends up being polypropylene or some other material that works best for your strapping needs, the right choice can always be found on a spec sheet. For our polypropylene banding strapping, you’ll be able to select from specs such as strap width, tensile strength, footage per coil, and more.

Common Uses

This product is commonly used for securing packaging with hand tools, battery tools, or with semi-automatic and automatic strapping machines. Secure with metal or plastic buckles and friction weld equipment.

Valuable Dollars

Does your business have money to waste? We didn’t think so. Every business works hard to minimize expenses while maximizing revenue, and we are sure that yours is the same. Fortunately, polypropylene strapping is rather affordable, so it makes for a great budget-friendly choice when trying to stretch your dollars as far as possible.

With that said, using polypropylene banding is not only about cost savings. There are performance benefits to be enjoyed here as well, including its non-corrosive nature and the flexibility to avoid doing damage to the items held on the pallet.

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If you would like more information on our polypropylene strapping products, or if you would like to place an order, please contact us right away.

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