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1/2 in. High Strength Steel Strapping

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  • Suitable for securely palletizing, packaging, and bundling items
  • Features break strength of up to 1,170 lbs. to ensure reliability
  • Durable steel construction withstands harsh weather conditions
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Product Overview

The High Strength Steel Strapping is a great addition to the shipping and material handling departments. The unit provides a method of securing objects together for bulk and oversized shipping. The robust construction design withstands harsh conditions and environmental circumstances. For best use, position the products in the desired dimensions. When items are in preferred proportions wrap the steel strapping around the products to a snug fit. Steel strapping tools are not included.
  • Provides strong reinforcement for demanding jobs
  • Ideal for general packaging, bundling and palletizing
  • Steel construction for strength
  • Black in color
  • Strapping (in.): 1/2
  • Quantity (feet): 2940
  • Core size (in.): 16 x 3
  • Steel thickness (in.): .20
  • Break strength (lbs.): 1170

Specifications

Dimensions

Core Diameter (in.)
16
Product Depth (in.)
22.25
Product Height (in.)
3.3
Product Width (in.)
22.25
Roll length (ft.)
2940 ft
Thickness (mm)
5.08

Details

Color Family
Black
Color/Finish
Black
Material
Steel
Product Weight (lb.)
99
Reconditioned
No
Returnable
90-Day
Stretchable
No
Tensile Strength (lb.)
1170

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
No Certifications or Listings
Manufacturer Warranty
15 DAYS

Questions & Answers

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What the safe working load of the product when is already installed?

Asked by aaa February 7, 2019
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Break Strength 1170 (lbs.) Thank you

Do you have clips for this

Asked by Wzde October 30, 2015
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