Yes SIr. Familiar with trucking industry....They use this, probably not the heavy duty unless your item is very heavy. they have the less expensive rolls also. But this one secures what it wanted it for without using as much as the regular, light duty. If your using a pallet as your base in order to get the bang for your buck use the pallet as your anchor, by this i mean secure the plastic to your pallet somewhere when your getting started...this will prevent the 48" tall box from moving, you can wrap it around and round like a cocoon inside and have it your item stable against tipping, theft, damage, protection from the elements. You can tell if the seal is broken. It should be very obvious if someone tampered with it. Good stuff.
Yes, it will wrap the furniture well and keep out the O2 to keep the furniture from rusting.
Sukie, You should have enough maybe more than enough with one roll. It depends on how you wrap it, One layer is enough for light to average duty, Double it ? you can always apply more.. I wouldn't be a afraid to have this stuff around, It's now one of my favorite household supplies . I wrap things that are stored in our basement with it to keep them dry and clean.
It's about a mil and you can increase the strength by multiple wraps. When we palatalized sharp metal stacks we went around about 4 times and it held.
No heat gun required. You start it and it will stick quickly, as you go stretch the wrap and it will stick and shrink to fit the pallet.
I don't think gauge applies to this product, because the application is a shrink film, It stretches as needed to compress for as much as can be done on any given item. The pressure it can with stand i don't think you would be capable of ripping with your bare hands, You need a cutting tool - scissors or knife to unwrap it when the time comes to get it out. If your not familiar you could probably find it on you tube. This product is used in the freight industry. But much better. Hope that helps.
Unknown, it's pallet wrapping, stretch film, heavy duty the More you apply the stronger it is. Based off weight of item. Keeps it secure. This is used for shipping freight
yes, I assume it would work fine..
Product doesn't list that info, call the MFG. If your familiar with the application of shipping and wrapping pallets, this is above average strength. remember use tension to secure it don't do top heavy, include pallet when applies, this will secure it to the pallet.
yep better than a tarp. Just make sure you have full coverage. Look it over for possible openings that you missed when wrapping initially. This is the best way to go. I like using it on wrapping boxes and containers with lids, It is a good feeling to know your stuff isn't going to be compromised.