Polypropylene Hand Strapping Cardboard Core
Macfarlane strapping is ideal for bundling products together or strapping pallets.
Available in medium, heavy or super heavy duty and can be used with a designated stand.
Polypropylene Machine-Applied Strapping
Machine-applied polypropylene strapping is ideal for bundling products, magazines/ newspapers and packages together, or securing individual cardboard boxes.
Light, flexible and easy to handle, it offers excellent performance and reliability for most strapping tasks, with no staining or rusting of the product or package.
Manufactured in white and supplied on a cardboard core, with approximate breaking strains from 100 to 135kg. Available in semi-auto and fully-auto machine formats.
Hand-Applied Polyester Strapping
Polyester strapping is an extremely strong, yet soft, lightweight and weather-resistant alternative to steel strapping.
Polyester strapping takes 2.5 times more energy to break than steel strapping with the same break strain. An ‘elastic memory’ maintains tension even where there is pack settlement or shrinkage.
There are no sharp edges, creating a safer working environment and also reducing the potential for product damage compared with steel strapping.
Hand-Applied Corded Polyester Strapping
A soft, lightweight, strong and weather-resistant alternative to steel strapping. With textured finish for ultra-firm grip.
Ribbon Wound Steel Strapping
Steel is traditionally the strongest type of strapping available and remains widely within the construction sector. It has the highest tensile strength of any strapping material.
Oscillated Steel Strapping
Steel strapping wound in a tight, uniform pattern for added strength.