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Plastic Strapping Seals

 

Friction Weld

Friction welds are created when a sealing tool rubs two ends of plastic strap together at extremely high speeds. This process fuses the two straps together and creates a strong seal.

Friction Weld

Heat Seal

Plastic strapping such as polypropylene and polyester can be secured using the heat seal process. A hot knife heats two ends of the strap then joins them together to form a strong bond.

Heat Seal

Metal Seal

Special tools called sealers are used to crimp notches into metal seals, which bite into the plastic strap to form a secure hold that keeps the strapping in place.

Metal Seal

Plastic Buckle

Samuel brand plastic buckles are lightweight, durable, and secure. They're easy to thread while being very slip-resistant.

Plastic Buckle

Wire Buckle

Our wire buckles are easy to use and self-lock when under tension in order to provide a secure seal. They are ideal for polypropylene and polyester
strapping.

Wire Buckle