This way of securing a pallet is an interesting question asked quite regularly. In truth, some products are easily identifiable and others that are not. Introducing strapping pallets isn’t new, it has benefits depending on its applications.
Strapping works well on the following applications:
Stretch wrap works particularly well in:
- Drinks industry
- Frozen products
- Food products
So, how do we know we are using the correct product for the correct application?
- Must the product be compressed?
- Does the product shrink or expand?
- Do cranes lift the product?
- What is the final destination of the product?
- How many times will the product be handled before use?
- Is it sharp?
- Is it heavy?
What different problems do we see strapping pallets?
In an ideal world for the best load security, strength and stability if you could use both it would be fantastic. However, if you strapped a pallet of toilet paper it would be like a ball, pallets of water would become oval and so on.
If you stretch wrapped a pallet of paving and lifted it with a crane, it will sag and collapse. Although, a pallet of microwaves having four crosses over straps and wrapped top to bottom is extremely secure. This film has some dust and weather protection. Thus, it will sustain a 45-degree vehicle tilt and arrive over the harshest conditions in good shape. So, every application is different, and some applications can only use one of these products successfully.
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