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Seals for PET strapping are a serrated design made with galvanized steel to prevent rusting. 

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For sealing polyester strapping serrated seals are required to provide excellent sealing performance, the serrated design inside the seal offers extra security with maximum grip for a strong seal. Polyester strap is too thick to work through a buckle and its smooth texture does not allow standard open seals to grip it well. 

How to use strapping seals with tensioners (with cutter) and sealers:

First: tension your strap:

  • Place strap around the item or items to be strapped and bring ends together so they over-lap, open tensioner and slide the overlapped strap in, lift handle back & forth until strap reaches desired tension.

Second: seal your strap:

  • Place seal in front of the tensioner on overlapped, tensioned strapping, open sealer, place on seal, clamp seal by closing the sealer completely to form a secure seal.

Third: cut the excess strap:

  • Simply cut off the excess piece of strap by pushing the tensioner handle in downward motion.

Remember: Strapping is applied using tension, therefore when removing strapping materials use caution, eye protection is recommended

Why choose polyester strapping?

Polyester strapping is very rigid, and can be used as an alternative to steel strapping in some industries.
With low elongation properties it offers an impressive retained tension period and the superior recovery properties of polyester strapping allows it to absorb heavy impacts without breaking. When using polyester on sharp edges you will want to use corner protectors to ensure the strap isn’t damaged by the vibration of the product it is protecting. Heavy duty polyester strapping can give you break strengths of up to 7600lbs!

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