Plastic   is   material   consisting   of   any   of   a   wide   range   of   synthetic   or   semi-synthetic   organic   compounds   that are malleable and so can be molded into solid objects. Plasticity   is   the   general   property   of   all   materials   which   can   deform   irreversibly   without   breaking   but,   in   the   class   of moldable polymers, this occurs to such a degree that their actual name derives from this ability. Plastics   are   typically   organic   polymers   of   high   molecular   mass,   but   they   often   contain   other   substances. They   are   usually   synthetic,   most   commonly   derived   from   petrochemicals,   but   many   are   made   from   renewable materials such as polylactic acid from corn or cellulosics from cotton linters. Due   to   their   relatively   low   cost,   ease   of   manufacture,   versatility,   and   imperviousness   to   water,   plastics   are   used   in   an enormous   and   expanding   range   of   products,   from   paper   clips   to   spaceships.   They   have   already   displaced   many traditional   materials,   such   as   wood,   stone,   horn   and   bone,   leather,   paper,   metal,   glass,   and   ceramic,   in   most   of   their former uses. In   developed   countries,   about   a   third   of   plastic   is   used   in   packaging   and   another   third   in   buildings   such   as   piping   used in   plumbing   or   vinyl   siding.   Other   uses   include   automobiles   (up   to   20%   plastic),   furniture,   and   toys.   In   the   developing world, the ratios may be different - for example, reportedly 42% of India's consumption is used in packaging. Plastics   have   many   uses   in   the   medical   field   as   well,   to   include   polymer   implants,   however   the   field   of   plastic   surgery is   not   named   for   use   of   plastic   materials,   but   rather   the   more   generic   meaning   of   the   word   plasticity,   with   regard   to   the reshaping of flesh.
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USES OF STRAPPING Examples include: Bundling items together for handling and shipment: newspapers, pipe, lumber, concrete block, etc. Attaching items to pallets, skids, and crates Reinforcing wooden boxes, crates, and corrugated boxes, such as gaylords Attaching items to flatcars, flatbed semi-trailers, Securing a unit load of bricks, packaged glass, metal parts, etc. Closing corrugated boxes and shipping containers Securing coils of steel or paper Holding bales of agricultural products or textiles Load securing items within intermodal containers, boxcars, and semi-trailers Strapping   is   most   often   used   in   complete   horizontal   or   vertical   bands.   Edge   protectors   are   used   to help   spread   the   load   at   corners   and   reduce   damage   to   the   load   by   the   tensioned   strap.   Strapping can also be used in loops attached to holding locations on rail cars, skids, etc. There   are   two   major   types   of   equipment   available   for   strapping:   hand   tools   and   strapping   machines.   A dispenser   is   used   with   both   types   of   equipment   to   dispense   the   strap.   Some   strapping   machines   have   the dispenser   built-in,   others   (typically   those   on   large   arch   machines)   have   a   separate   powered   dispenser, which can automatically load or thread new coils.
Plastic crates are the ideal  storage solution for many  homes and businesses. Suitable for multipurpose use. Plastic Crate This product offers higher  elongation at break but  tends to have irrecoverable  dead stretch with constant…  Poly Strapping Steel is used for heavy duty  holding where high strength  and minimal stretch are  desired Steel Strapping White textile strapping,  polyester threads coated  with hot adhesive, suitable for  portable manual dispenser. Textile  Strapping
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TYPES OF STRAP Strap is a flexible flat material, most commonly made from steel or various plastics. Steel Strapping used on shipment of chemical weapons slated for destruction Softgoods strapped in a bale or bundle Steel   is   the   oldest   and   highest   tensile   strength   strapping.   It   is   available   in   a   variety   of   widths   and thicknesses   as   well   as   variations   in   the   grade   of   steel.   Steel   is   used   for   heavy   duty   holding   where   high strength   and   minimal   stretch   are   desired.   Surface   finishes   for   steel   strap   include:   paint,   paint   and   wax,   bluing   or zinc   and   wax.   The   wax   is   used   to   better   transmit   the   tension   around   the   bundle   and   for   use   with   certain   types   of tensioners.   Common   applications   include   steel   coils,   bundles   of   metal,   baling   wire,   bricks   and   pavers,   and roll    end-binding.    Steel    Strapping    is    sold    by    weight    rather    than    length,    due    to    the    natural    expansion    and contraction   of   steel   in   the   manufacturing   process. A   3/4   x   .020   Steel   Strapping   Coil   yields   approximately   19.6   feet per pound. Polypropylene Polypropylene   strap   (oriented   or   tensilized)   is   an   economical   material   designed   for   light   to   medium   duty   unitizing, palletizing   and   bundling.   It   is   available   in   various   widths,   thicknesses,   and   polymer   variations   (e.g.,   copolymers). Most   polypropylene   is   embossed,   some   of   which   is   also   printed. This   product   offers   higher   elongation   at   break   but tends   to   have   irrecoverable   dead   stretch   with   constant   stress.   What   is   not   generally   known   to   end   users   is that   polypropylene   strapping   will   lose   about   50%   of   the   applied   tension   within   one   hour,   and   that   this tension   loss   is   accelerated   with   increases   in   ambient   temperature,   consequently   although   suitable   for packs   with   a   degree   of   stored   energy   that   will   take   up   any   relaxtion   that   occurs   in   the   strap,   unacceptable strap   slackness   may   occur   after   time   if   used   on   product   that   is   'Solid'   such   as   bricks   or   concrete.   Further   more polypropylene   strapping   is   susceptible   to   UV   degradation   and   can   quickly   degrade   if   left   outside   exposed   to   the elements.   The   sensible   choice   of   colour   will   retard   the   process,   such   as   specifying   black   strap.   Similarly,   a   UV inhibitor can be specified. Polypropylene   strapping   may   be   printed,   either   during   production   and   pre-embossing   for   the   highest   quality   and precision,    or    post    production    over    the    embossing    for    a    reduced    quality.    Both    offer    security    and    marketing advantages to the strapped product. Polyester Oriented   or   tensilized   polyester   and   nylon   are   the   strongest   plastic   strapping   products   and   are   used   as   a viable   alternative   to   steel   strapping   in   some   industries.   Polyester   provides   excellent   retained   tension   on   rigid loads. Its excellent recovery properties help a load absorb impact without strap breakage. There   are   specialized   types   available   for   specific   applications.   For   instance,   in   cold   climates   a   strap   bonded   in   hot melt glue is used because it is weather-proof
High quality  HDPE plastic crate commonly use for fuit and vegetables  High quality  LDPE self seal plastic bag for common use High quality  HDPE plastic crate commonly use for fuit and vegetables High quality  HDPE plastic crate for multipurpose  use - sealed  High quality  HDPE plastic crate for multipurpose  use - sealed  M10 60 cm x 40 cm  x 15 cm - green M30 60 cm x 40 cm  x 30 cm - green M10 60 cm x 40 cm  x 15 cm - green M30 60 cm x 40 cm  x 30 cm - green 1 Pallet 5 Pallet 10 Pallet 1 Pallet  5 Pallet 10 Pallet  1 Pallet 5 Pallet 10 Pallet  1 Pallet 5 Pallet 10 Pallet 1 Pallet 5 Pallet 10 Pallet PLASTIC CRATES PE strapping offers  higher elongation   with constant  stress - manual  PE strapping offers  higher elongation   with constant  stress - manual   Steel is used for  heavy duty  with a variations in  the grade of steel   White textile  strapping,  polyester threads  coated   12 mm x 0,55 mm  x 3000 m - black 16 mm x 0,7 mm  x 1700 m - black Width: 16 mm Weight: 25 kg / roll Width: 16 mm Length: 850 m 1 Pallet 5 Pallet 10 Pallet 1 Pallet  5 Pallet 10 Pallet  1 Pallet 5 Pallet 10 Pallet  1 Pallet 5 Pallet 10 Pallet 1 Pallet 5 Pallet 10 Pallet STRAPPING
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Plastic    is    material    consisting    of    any    of    a    wide    range    of synthetic    or    semi-synthetic    organic    compounds    that    are malleable and so can be molded into solid objects. Plasticity    is    the    general    property    of    all    materials    which    can deform   irreversibly   without   breaking   but,   in   the   class   of   moldable polymers,   this   occurs   to   such   a   degree   that   their   actual   name derives from this ability. Plastics   are   typically   organic   polymers   of   high   molecular mass,   but   they   often   contain   other   substances.   They   are usually       synthetic,       most       commonly       derived       from petrochemicals,     but     many     are     made     from     renewable materials   such   as   polylactic   acid   from   corn   or   cellulosics from cotton linters. Due   to   their   relatively   low   cost,   ease   of   manufacture,   versatility, and   imperviousness   to   water,   plastics   are   used   in   an   enormous and     expanding     range     of     products,     from     paper     clips     to spaceships.    They    have    already    displaced    many    traditional materials,   such   as   wood,   stone,   horn   and   bone,   leather,   paper, metal, glass, and ceramic, in most of their former uses. In    developed    countries,    about    a    third    of    plastic    is    used    in packaging   and   another   third   in   buildings   such   as   piping   used   in plumbing   or   vinyl   siding.   Other   uses   include   automobiles   (up   to 20%   plastic),   furniture,   and   toys.   In   the   developing   world,   the ratios   may   be   different   -   for   example,   reportedly   42%   of   India's consumption is used in packaging. Plastics   have   many   uses   in   the   medical   field   as   well,   to   include polymer    implants,    however    the    field    of    plastic    surgery    is    not named   for   use   of   plastic   materials,   but   rather   the   more   generic meaning   of   the   word   plasticity,   with   regard   to   the   reshaping   of flesh.
Plastic crates are the ideal  storage solution for many  homes and businesses. Suitable for multipurpose use. Plastic Crate This product offers higher  elongation at break but  tends to have irrecoverable  dead stretch with constant…  Poly Strapping Steel is used for heavy duty  holding where high strength  and minimal stretch are  desired Steel Strapping White textile strapping,  polyester threads coated  with hot adhesive, suitable for  portable manual dispenser. Textile  Strapping
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High quality  HDPE plastic crate commonly use for fuit and vegetables  High quality  LDPE self seal plastic bag for common use High quality  HDPE plastic crate commonly use for fuit and vegetables High quality  HDPE plastic crate for multipurpose  use - sealed  High quality  HDPE plastic crate for multipurpose  use - sealed  M10 60 cm x 40 cm  x 15 cm - green M30 60 cm x 40 cm  x 30 cm - green M10 60 cm x 40 cm  x 15 cm - green M30 60 cm x 40 cm  x 30 cm - green 1 Pallet 5 Pallet 10 Pallet 1 Pallet  5 Pallet 10 Pallet  1 Pallet 5 Pallet 10 Pallet  1 Pallet 5 Pallet 10 Pallet 1 Pallet 5 Pallet 10 Pallet PLASTIC CRATES PE strapping offers  higher elongation   with constant  stress - manual  PE strapping offers  higher elongation   with constant  stress - manual   Steel is used for  heavy duty  with a variations in  the grade of steel   White textile  strapping,  polyester threads  coated   12 mm x 0,55 mm  x 3000 m - black 16 mm x 0,7 mm  x 1700 m - black Width: 16 mm Weight: 25 kg / roll Width: 16 mm Length: 850 m 1 Pallet 5 Pallet 10 Pallet 1 Pallet  5 Pallet 10 Pallet  1 Pallet 5 Pallet 10 Pallet  1 Pallet 5 Pallet 10 Pallet 1 Pallet 5 Pallet 10 Pallet STRAPPING
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Strap   is   a   flexible   flat   material,   most   commonly   made   from steel or various plastics. Steel Strapping    used    on    shipment    of    chemical    weapons    slated    for destruction Softgoods strapped in a bale or bundle Steel   is   the   oldest   and   highest   tensile   strength   strapping.   It   is available   in   a   variety   of   widths   and   thicknesses   as   well   as variations   in   the   grade   of   steel.   Steel   is   used   for   heavy   duty holding    where    high    strength    and    minimal    stretch    are    desired. Surface   finishes   for   steel   strap   include:   paint,   paint   and   wax,   bluing or   zinc   and   wax.   The   wax   is   used   to   better   transmit   the   tension around   the   bundle   and   for   use   with   certain   types   of   tensioners. Common   applications   include   steel   coils,   bundles   of   metal, baling    wire,    bricks    and    pavers,    and    roll    end-binding.    Steel Strapping   is   sold   by   weight   rather   than   length,   due   to   the   natural expansion   and   contraction   of   steel   in   the   manufacturing   process. A 3/4   x   .020   Steel   Strapping   Coil   yields   approximately   19.6   feet   per pound. Polypropylene Polypropylene    strap    (oriented    or    tensilized)    is    an    economical material   designed   for   light   to   medium   duty   unitizing,   palletizing   and bundling.   It   is   available   in   various   widths,   thicknesses,   and   polymer variations    (e.g.,    copolymers).    Most    polypropylene    is    embossed, some   of   which   is   also   printed. This   product   offers   higher   elongation at   break   but   tends   to   have   irrecoverable   dead   stretch   with   constant stress.    What    is    not    generally    known    to    end    users    is    that polypropylene   strapping   will   lose   about   50%   of   the   applied tension    within    one    hour,    and    that    this    tension    loss    is accelerated      with      increases      in      ambient      temperature, consequently   although   suitable   for   packs   with   a   degree   of stored   energy   that   will   take   up   any   relaxtion   that   occurs   in   the strap,   unacceptable   strap   slackness   may   occur   after   time   if used   on   product   that   is   'Solid'   such   as   bricks   or   concrete.   Further more   polypropylene   strapping   is   susceptible   to   UV   degradation and   can   quickly   degrade   if   left   outside   exposed   to   the   elements. The   sensible   choice   of   colour   will   retard   the   process,   such   as specifying black strap. Similarly, a UV inhibitor can be specified. Polypropylene   strapping   may   be   printed,   either   during   production and   pre-embossing   for   the   highest   quality   and   precision,   or   post production   over   the   embossing   for   a   reduced   quality.   Both   offer security and marketing advantages to the strapped product. Polyester Oriented   or   tensilized   polyester   and   nylon   are   the   strongest plastic   strapping   products   and   are   used   as   a   viable   alternative to    steel    strapping    in    some    industries.    Polyester    provides excellent   retained   tension   on   rigid   loads.   Its   excellent   recovery properties help a load absorb impact without strap breakage. There   are   specialized   types   available   for   specific   applications.   For instance,   in   cold   climates   a   strap   bonded   in   hot   melt   glue   is   used because it is weather-proof
Examples include: Bundling     items     together     for     handling     and     shipment: newspapers, pipe, lumber, concrete block, etc. Attaching items to pallets, skids, and crates Reinforcing   wooden   boxes,   crates,   and   corrugated   boxes, such as gaylords Attaching items to flatcars, flatbed semi-trailers, Securing   a   unit   load   of   bricks,   packaged   glass,   metal   parts, etc. Closing corrugated boxes and shipping containers Securing coils of steel or paper Holding bales of agricultural products or textiles Load   securing   items   within   intermodal   containers,   boxcars, and semi-trailers Strapping    is    most    often    used    in    complete    horizontal    or vertical   bands.   Edge   protectors   are   used   to   help   spread   the load    at    corners    and    reduce    damage    to    the    load    by    the tensioned   strap.   Strapping   can   also   be   used   in   loops   attached to holding locations on rail cars, skids, etc. There   are   two   major   types   of   equipment   available   for   strapping: hand   tools   and   strapping   machines.   A   dispenser   is   used   with   both types    of    equipment    to    dispense    the    strap.    Some    strapping machines   have   the   dispenser   built-in,   others   (typically   those   on large   arch   machines)   have   a   separate   powered   dispenser,   which can automatically load or thread new coils.
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Monday - Friday:  8.00h - 16.30h Saturday - Sunday: close
Headquarters
+ 36/30 530 - 8940
Sales
+ 36/30 9777 - 555
+ 36/30 494 - 9905
Supplies
+ 36/92 596 - 240 / 200
+ 36/30 530 - 8940 / 200
Retail - Offline Shop - Webshop
Monday - Friday:  8.00h - 16.30h Saturday: 8.00h - 12.00h Sunday: close  
facebook.com/elastickft
+ 36/92 596 - 240
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+ 36/92 596 - 240 / 104 (webshop)
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ELASTIC KFT. SOLUTIONS FOR YOUR BUSINESS ELASTIC Hungary, 8900 Zalaegerszeg, Zrínyi út 83. Tel: +36 92 596 240 Fax: +36 92 596 241  Mobil: +36 30 530 8940  elastickft@elastickft.hu              www.elastickft.hu
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