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POLYESTER STRAP IS TOUGH ENOUGH FOR HEAVY DUTIES

30-10-2017
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Platinum PET strap

Signode has a new range of PET (polyester) strap manufactured using new processes that enable it to provide superior strapping performance. Signode Platinum polyester strap is suitable for a wide range of medium- to heavy-duty palletising and unitising applications.

Manufactured in Victoria, the Platinum PET strap is available in 9, 12, 15 and 19mm widths, both smooth and embossed, and is designed for both manual and machine applied applications. It is particularly suitable for use with battery-operated hand tools such as Signode’s BXT2 hand tool.

Signode
1800 685 824
www.signode.com.au

 

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