Cross-woven strapping can be used in many different ways in the shrink wrap process. In the marine industry, strapping is used to hold and secure the shrink wrap to the boat. It is also used to support the shrink films in open areas of your product, for e.g., to support the shrink film under snow loads or to support shrink film against the wind while transporting your product in open air situations. Having low elongation and high breaking tensions makes cross woven strapping an excellent, cost-effective way to support and secure shrink film.
Ventilation and access are two more aspects that are important to the shrink wrapping process. Ventilation is a very crucial step when using shrink wrap to cover your product. Without the proper ventilation applied to your shrink wrap cover, you will have the chance of accumulating moisture and mildew.
Ventilation creates a movement of air through the shrink wrap cover to help slow down the moisture and mildew process. The stick-on vents that we provide to our customers are a quick and efficient way to provide a temperature and moisture balance between the interior and exterior of your shrink wrap cover. These are excellent for storage and shipping applications.
Access doors and zippers provide a cost-effective and easy way to gain access inside your shrink wrap cover to visually inspect or to work under the cover, or to be able to place other items under the cover. These access products have also been used as a ventilation alternative.
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