Strapping is a procedure of putting in a strap to an item to hold or combine them and is also called bundling and banding. Strapping is ideal for bundling products together, securing loads on pallets, as added security on individual boxes or even just enabling easy pick up of difficult to grip packs. These are commonly used in the packaging industry as one of the most essential¬†packaging supplies. The strapping is suitably measured through strength and breaking strain. It is vital to check that the strapping you are planning to use is capable enough to safely carry your product. Therefore we have gathered some information about different types of strapping used as per your product requirement. 1. Strapping Machines: Through the strapping machine, large volumes of strapping can be done across a wide range of operations. It ensures consistency of application, guaranteeing load containment. Through this machine, wastage reduces which in turn reduces the cost. They use the minimum amount of strapping, cutting each section to the exact size required. A semi-automatic machine is generally used and is recommended for high volume, the single product runs. These machines can apply strapping quickly but require an operator to feed the strapping […]