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Not sure which tools go with which strapping materials? Here are some handy tips to help make the decision easier. The table below shows which tools, seals, and strapping materials go together, along with specifications. Feel free to contact us if you need assistance.

Steel strapping is the oldest and one of the more commonly used strapping materials, designed for extreme tasks that require a heavy-duty strap. Steel strapping is the traditional number one choice for transporting heavy shipments and is highly UV resistant. There are a number of safety risks associated with steel strapping, so, ensure workers are well protected with the correct Personal Protective Equipment.
Also known as PET Strapping, this material is made from high-tenacity polyester yarns bonded together. It is suitable for a variety of industries, but often found in distribution channels, warehouses or construction sites. With a number of positive features like excellent shock absorption, high retained tension, light-weight handling and a high break load. PET Strapping is available Embossed or Smooth.
Polypropylene strapping, also known as poly strapping, is an economical and light-weight strapping material designed for light to medium duty palletising, bundling or shipping. Suitable for the warehouse, factory, office or home and can be used by hand or machine. Polypropylene strapping can be used by hand (supplied in a handy dispenser box) or machine, and is also available in a Heavy Band version.
Used commonly in industrial and agricultural settings, Poly Woven Strapping is proven to have increased safety benefits due to its softer, duller edges. This material is suitable for pallet securement for transport and storage, and various bundling applications. Poly Woven strapping is strong, reusable, and can be retensioned, making it a sustainable alternative to plastic or steel.

This material has been prepared for basic informational purposes only and is subject to change without notice. This information does not take the place of professional advice or state or national legal obligations as they relate to your specific business. It is strongly recommended that businesses do their own research and consult with relevant professional services or associations to ensure adherence to the workplace health and safety standards that apply to your business and industry.