Steel Strapping

Steel Strapping

Steel Strapping
Ref Bag Width B/S App Weight Packed
06012 12mm 334m 509 kg 17 kg Ribbon
06016 16mm 334m 636 kg 21 kg Ribbon
06019 19mm 334m 761 kg 25 kg Ribbon
06112 12mm 980m 509 kg 49 kg Oscillation
06116 16mm 784m 636 kg 49 kg Oscillation
06119 19mm 670m 761 kg 49 kg Oscillation
Seals
Ref Ref Width Length Type
05713 12mm 25mm Snap on 1000
05716 16mm 25mm Snap on 1000
05719 19mm 25mm Snap on 1000

Tools

Sealless Combo Tool
You can use a combo tool or individual tools, depending on what you need to strap. The combination tool, shown left, does not need metal seals. It can apply tension, then seal and cut the strapping.
  • No need for seals
  • All in one tool - tension, seals, cuts
  • The joint is made by perforating the strap to itself
Another method is to use a separate tensioner and sealer, shown below, to apply the strapping. For this you will need to use metal seals. The steel is applied under extreme tension, so it is important that you use the right cutting tools to prevent whiplash or springing.
  • Use a seperate Tensioner and Sealer with metal clips to join the strap.
Steel Tensioner
06900
Steel Sealer
06912/6/9
Safety Cutters
06930

Trolleys

  • Ribbon - wound on top of itself, like a roll of tape
  • Oscillation - wound across itself, giving you more metres per roll
Trolley for Ribbon Wound
06950
Trolley for Oscillation Wound
06951