Polypropylene strapping: polypropylene strapping is suitable for light and medium-duty applications. It is economical and efficient.
It resists splitting and has a smooth, uniform surface.
Poly strapping is suitable for strapping machines, manual strapping machines, semi-automatic strapping machines, and fully automatic strapping machines.
Poly strapping bands are widely used in newspapers, publishing houses, bookstores, paper mills, department stores, food, post offices, confectionery shops, wood, and other industries.
PP strapping is the most commonly used plastic strapping.
Customers can choose a variety of colors and can print the logo according to customer needs.
Steel strapping: It is generally used for hefty products, such as bundling integral transport parts or fixing loads in train cars, trailers, or ocean freighters.
It is rarely used for shrinking loads that sink or shift after bundling, but It can be firmly bundled.
Compressed load is often used for lashing rigid loads.
Polyester strapping: It has the highest strength and the highest continuous tension in the plastic strapping.
PET strap is an excellent material for rigid loads requiring continuous strapping tension during loading, unloading, transportation, and storage.
Its elongation and recovery characteristics help straps stay tight and absorb impacts without breaking.
Polyester strap is commonly used for heavy applications such as can, brick, wood, Fabric, Glass, Paper, etc.
Polyester Strapping is stronger than polypropylene strapping and more affordable than steel strapping.
It offers comparable tensile strengths at a fraction of the cost.
KEEPTOP mainly produces polypropylene strapping and PET strapping.