Composite strapping, often referred to as corded or synthetic strapping, is a type of PET strapping used for securing, bundling, and stabilizing loads. Listed below are some of the key benefits of composite strapping.

  1. Material Composition: Composite strapping is made from high-tensile polyester fibers embedded in a polymer coating. This combination provides a strong, durable, and flexible strapping solution.
  2. Strength and Durability: The high-tensile polyester fibers give composite strapping its strength, making it capable of handling heavy loads and withstanding significant tension without breaking. The polymer coating enhances its durability, providing resistance to moisture, chemicals, and UV rays.
  3. Flexibility and Safety: Unlike steel strapping, composite strapping is flexible and less likely to cause injuries during handling. This flexibility allows it to conform to various load shapes and sizes, ensuring a secure fit no matter what shape your product is.
  4. Applications: Composite strapping is used across various industries, including logistics, shipping, construction, and general manufacturing. It’s ideal for securing pallets, crates, wood and other large or irregularly shaped items.
  5. Advantages:
    • Non-abrasive: It does not damage surfaces or products it contacts.
    • Reusable: Some types can be reused multiple times.
    • Lightweight: Easier to handle and apply compared to steel strapping.
    • Cost-effective: Often cheaper than steel strapping while providing comparable strength.
  6. Tensioning and Sealing: Composite strapping can be tensioned using manual or pneumatic tools and is typically sealed using buckles, which allows for easy tension adjustment and re-tensioning if needed.

Landen Heavy Duty Composite Strapping

1 1/4 Composite Strapping
1 1/4 Composite Strapping

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3/4 Composite Strapping
3/4 Composite Strapping

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5/8 Composite Strapping
5/8 Composite Strapping

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Composite Strap Buckles
Composite Strap Buckles

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