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Whether it's to secure loads for safe transport, or lightweight jobs around the work site, Signet is your go-to for all your strapping and strapping accessory needs.

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How can strapping help in my supply chain?

Fasten & Secure Products


Fasten boxes and secure the products inside.

Secure Load Containment


Ensure safe load containment by strapping freight to pallets.

Safer Transport

Safer transport

Strap freight to vehicles for transportation.

Types of Straps

Polyester Strapping

Also known as PET strapping, this is a bonded material made from high-tenacity polyester yarns and closely resembles steel strapping in terms of performance.

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Polyester Strapping

Zinc Coated Steel Strapping

Zinc coating offers increased rust resistance for strapping products in adverse weather conditions. Unique to Signet.

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Zinc Coated Steel Strapping

Black Steel Strapping

Traditional strapping material used for rigid or bulky loads with sharp or rough edges that would not compress.

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Black Steel Strapping

Polypropylene Strapping

An economical and easy-to-use strapping material designed for light to medium duty palletising and bundling.

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Polypropylene Strapping

Heavy Band Polypropylene Strapping

Ideal for keeping heavier items or pallets secure during shipping or storage.

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Heavy Band Polypropylene Strapping

Poly-Woven Strapping

A lightweight, reusable and safer alternative to steel strapping. Retains tension for long periods of time and can be easily re-tensioned as needed.

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Poly-woven Strapping

Strapping Resources and Tips

Strapping Safety

Following safe strapping procedures should be the number one priority to ensure a safe workplace and supply chain. Click through for tips on using strapping safely.

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Pros and Cons Guide to Strapping Materials

Strapping is commonly used in securing, bundling, and unitising items in many warehouses. Make your decision easier and find out the advantages and disadvantages of these commonly used strapping materials.

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Polyester, the Safer Alternative to Steel Strapping

In the past, steel strapping has been one of the most common form of load containment. However, it has become apparently obvious that there are significant safety risk factors associated with steel as a strapping material.

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Signet's Polyester Strapping

Want to know more about our Polyester (PET) Strapping? Press play on our video content to find out more!

iGift Fruit Hampers using Strapping Machine
The strapping machine is one of our most important pieces of equipment. It has saved us a considerable amount of time and makes our hampers look more professionally packed. Maria Taverner, Owner and Founder of iGift.

Customer Success Stories


iGift Fruit Hampers stay one step ahead with Signet's Cold Chain and automation solutions

The iGift team use strapping around their gift hampers to eliminate tampering, contamination and make carrying easier for couriers. When the company first opened, they were using Signet's Yellow Polypropylene Strapping to hand strap their hampers. However, as their order volume increased... Read More


Reusable strapping solution used in Mount Zero Olives operations makes for a more sustainable warehouse

Australia's oldest olive grove uses Velcro Logistrap as a substitute for blown stretch film to safely secure pallets for storage, helping them hit their sustainability targets.... Read More


Signet's packaging solutions ensures Gympie 4WD Spares automotive parts arrive in pristine condition

Gympie 4WD Spares uses a combined packaging solution from Signet to keep their reconditioned gearboxes upright and secure in transit. Over the past 70 years, Aussie family business Gympie 4WD Spares has evolved Read More

Strapping FAQs

What is the difference between Polypropylene (PP) and Polyester (PET) strapping?

Polypropylene (PP)also known as poly strapping, is an economical and light-weight strapping. While PP is designed for lighter applications, Polyester (PET) can be compared with steel in terms of strength and durability. PET strapping is made from high-tenacity polyester yarns and is suitable for a variety of industries. For more information on both these materials, read our comprehensive guide on Signet's strapping materials and accessories.

Which strapping has the highest break load?

Zinc coated steel strapping and Polyester (PET) strapping has 904kg and 900kg break load respectively. However, there are multiple factors to consider when choosing a suitable material. For more information on both these materials, read our comprehensive guide on Signet's strapping materials and accessories.

What does 'break load' mean?

'Break load' or 'break strength' refers to the amount of force required to break or snap the strap. The break load specifications of your strapping should be much higher than the expected force it will be exposed to.

Can you re-use strapping?

It's not advised that any strapping is re-used unless it is specifically designed for that purpose (for example Poly-woven strapping).

What strapping goes with which buckles/accessories?

For more information on both these materials, read our comprehensive guide on Signet's strapping materials and accessories.

Which strapping is right for my application?

For more information on both these materials, read our comprehensive guide on Signet's strapping materials and accessories.

Is steel strapping safe?

The best replacement for steel is Polyester (PET) strapping. Its very high strength and minimal 'creep' means the strap tension is maintained throughout transit. This product is suited to most applications where steel strapping has been used previously.

What safety equipment is required when handling strapping?

The robustness of your PPE gear will depend on the type of strapping you are using; however, Safety Glasses and Gloves should always be worn. Check with your OHS supervisor as to what specific safety equipment is required for your application.

How do I order a strapping machine?

We have a range of strapping machines available for enquiry. View our range of Strapping Machines and fill out your details so that one of our customer service representatives can get in touch with you.

What does 'embossed' strapping mean?

Embossed strapping has a diamond shaped texture and provides friction against the strapping buckle or seal, therefore reducing slipping throughout transit.

Is Polyester (PET) strapping weather resistant?

Unlike steel, PET strapping won't rust, is naturally UV resistant and is virtually weatherproof.

Do you have any strapping starter packs available?

We have a couple of starter packs available for purchase.

Polyester Starter Pack: Please call 13 7446 and quote 'PETSTART'.

Polypropylene Starter Pack: Please call 13 7446 and quote 'PPSTART'.

Can I use a tensioner for hand strapping?

Polypropylene Hand Strapping can be used with a tensioner and crimper. For more information on both these materials, read our comprehensive guide on Signet's strapping materials and accessories.

Do you sell edge and corner protectors?

Yes we do. View our range of corner and edge protectors, and strap guards

What is the difference between strapping tape and packaging tape?

Strapping Tape is used for the palletising and bundling of lightweight goods. While packaging tape can be used for similar application, Strapping Tape has a higher impact strength and won't break during transit or movement around the warehouse. Can be used with a dispenser

What's the difference between Ribbon wound and Oscillated (Rope or Mill wound) steel strapping?

Ribbon wound strapping is wound onto itself so that the width of the coil is one strand wide and therefore the same width as the strap e.g. 15mm strapping is a coil 15mm wide. Ribbon wound coils weigh approximately 14kg.

An Oscillated (also known as Rope or Mill wound) coil will weigh approximately 50kg and is wound uniformly and tightly onto an inner ring (much like a garden hose). Given the weight, these coils are usually placed and stored on dispensers that have wheels.

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