Ribbon wound steel strapping from PARRS is a popular method of strapping and securing heavy consignments with sharp angles. The description ‘Ribbon wound’ refers to the method by which the strap is wound into a coil. Each layer is wound directly over the one below it so that the width of the strapping is the width of the coil.
PARRS offer steel strapping in the 3 most popular widths on the market, 13mm, 16mm and 19mm wide. The thickness of the strap itself, on all 3 widths of strapping, is 0.5mm thick.
Steel Strapping is popular with the building and export industries, steel strapping is used where very heavy or sharp edged loads require securing. As opposed to Polypropylene Strapping, which may not prove as robust where sharp edges are apparent, steel strapping gives extra strength and security.