Textile strapping

Textile strapping
Core: 200mm - Breaking strain: 475 kg
W 19 mm - 600 m
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Prices are without TAX (21%)

  • From 2 rolls€77.43 / roll
  • From 6 rolls €69.69 / roll
  • From 12 rolls €66.08 / roll
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  • From 2 rolls€77.43 / roll
  • From 6 rolls €69.69 / roll
  • From 12 rolls €66.08 / roll
  • Free shipping from € 250 (Belgium) or € 500 (the Netherlands)
  • Pick-up your order for free in Gistel

Description for textile strapping

Corded strapping 

Corded polyester strapping is manufactured by gluing together polyester filaments giving it extra strength. Despite its strength and high breaking strains, this corded strapping remains six times lighter than steel strapping, making it a warehouse essential.
Textile polyester strapping is designed to protect your employees and customers from injuries while providing maximum load containment strength.


  • Elastic, soft and flexible texture and high break resistance
  • Due to the elongation and shock absorbance capacities, corded polyester strapping requires more energy to break
  • Allows to be re-tensioned
  • Safe: no sharp edges when cut and does not spring back like steel banding
  • Resistant to all weather conditions
  • Can be used on virtually all surfaces
  • Alternative to steel strapping
  • Very easy to use and tension with corded strapping tensioners and steel buckles

Use this strapping when securing heavy pallets, containers or bundling industrial items.

Breaking strains up to 550kg or 1350kg (heavy duty).
Box of 2 rolls, priced per roll.

Specifications of textile strapping

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Textile strapping
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Reference CERTX0008 Type Strapping
Material Textile Width 19 mm
Running meter 600 Eco-friendly No
Print No print € / piece (biggest quantity) 66.08 €
Oven resistant No Microwave resistant No
FSC No Freezer proof No
PEFC No Climate neutral No
From renewable raw material No Reusable No
From recycled material No Made in Europe No
Recycable No Naturesse actie No