We're committed to finding the best protective packaging systems for products that travel by air, rail, road or sea.
At the heart of each of these systems are the best strapping materials available today. Each of them (steel strap, plastic strap or cord strap) is formulated to meet the demands of a particular range of applications.
To ensure the best performance of these strapping materials, we also provide a full line of application equipment and accessories, including seals, hand tools, power strapping machines and dispensers.
Regular duty steel strap is made of low carbon cold-rolled steel and is designed for light to medium-duty applications. High tensile steel strap is made of high carbon heat-treated steel and is designed for medium to heavy-duty tasks where high break strength, extra shock-resistance and elongation are needed.
Polypropylene plastic strap is an economical, light-weight strapping that has excellent elongation and good initial recovery characteristics. Polyester plastic strap has unique qualities that make it one of the best strapping materials for all kinds of palletized loads. It can be an effective and economical replacement for steel strapping.
We carry a full complement of seals and buckles for your strapping application. Open Steel Strap Seals are easy to use and can be placed over the strap before or after tensioning. Closed Steel Strap Seals (also known as thread-on seals) are used on bales and bundles with larger strap sizes. Overlap Steel Strap Seals (or push type seals) are commonly used with irregular shapes or round items.
To get the best solution to your strapping needs you need the best and most appropriate material available. Each of them is formulated to meet the demands of a particular range of applications. To ensure they perform at their best we provide a full line of application equipment and accessories, including tensioners, sealers, combo tools, balancers, cutters and dispensers.
Table top strapping systems are entry-level machines ideal for low to moderate volume shippers. Arch style semi-automatic machines are better for medium to high-volume off-line general purpose applications. Arch style fully automatic machines are built for in-line heavy duty jobs.