It is generally used to make very heavy loads as a unit of transportation or to fix the load in a train carriage, trailer or ocean freighter. It is rarely used for shrinkage loads that sink or shift after being bundled, but can be firmly bundled and compressed. The load is often used for strapping of rigid loads.
2. Nylon packing strap
With high continuous tension, it is generally used for the binding of heavy goods and shrink-type loads that can withstand high initial tension. Its elongation and recovery rate are greater than those of polyester or polypropylene strapping tapes. It is the most expensive plastic. Strapping.
3. polypropylene strapping
Is the cheapest strapping material, it is generally used for strapping, bundling and sealing cartons with lighter loads. Polypropylene straps have high elongation and recovery, but are not as good as other plastic straps in terms of sustained tension.
4.Polyester packing strap
Highest strength and highest continuous tension in plastic strapping. For rigid loads that require the strapping tension to be maintained during handling, transportation, and storage, polyester strapping is an excellent strapping material. It is usually used in places that require high tensile strength, high continuous tension and elongation. In many cases, its performance is similar to that of steel straps with light specifications.
5.PP packing belt
This product is used in conjunction with automatic packers, and is suitable for bundling and packaging operations in newspapers, publishing houses, book offices, paper mills, department stores, food, post offices, confectionery shops, timber shops, etc.