Stretch wrap industrial strength is used by many industries for one of many different purposes. Industrial stretch wrap covers a wide range of industrial application solutions such as metal, food and beverage, bagged products, block and paver, and product distribution. What makes stretch film the right choice for your business would depend on the type of goods you have, how the goods are packaged, and how you wrap your products, either by machine or hand. Our goal is to offer you safe packaging solutions at the lowest possible cost. Toronto Stretch Wrap and Danshar Polybag and Resin Inc. can explain how stretch wrap industrial strength can optimize industrial packaging solutions.
Stretch wrap is defined as a stretchable plastic film that is used in commercial and industrial applications to protect, unitize, identify, and conceal products. Stretch film, as the name suggests, offers users the ability to wrap the film tightly around products on a pallet. Stretch film is made from Linear Low-Density Polyethylene (LLDPE) resins. One of the benefits of using stretch wrap is that it offers increased puncture and tear resistance compared to other ways goods can be packaged.
There are many types of stretch film available on the market. There are a variety of cast films that can suit the needs of your business, such as:
· Pre-Stretch Film. Pre-stretch film is thinner and lighter in weight than other produced films. Pre-stretch also saves you time when wrapping, requiring 10-15 times less pull for greater coverage of the pallet. This film is easier to handle and ensures a quick application. Pre-stretch film also provides superior cling, puncture resistance, and load containment, reducing incidences of unraveling and unnecessary tension to merchandise. Companies not only save money using pre-stretch, but also experience greater efficiency during use.
· Standard Stretch Film. Standard stretch film is the most common film in the industry. It has multi-layer technology and is quiet when wrapped, unlike blown films.
· Hand Wrap and Machine Wrap. Consider the needs of your business. Will you be wrapping your loads by hand or by operating a machine? Hand wrap and machine wrap each have different benefits of use and also serve different purposes. It is best to consider which one would be right for you.
The most common stretch wrap used in packaging is cast film, a soft film that reduces packaging costs because of its high stretchable ability. The most common application is easy to medium-heavy pallets in most types of industries. Because cast stretch film produces a more uniform thickness than blown film, which relies on older technology and makes noise when applied, the industry has moved to producing cast stretch film exclusively.
The industry relies on industrial stretch wrap packaging solutions to tightly wrap and bind loads together for shipment to prevent shipping damages to your merchandise. At Toronto Stretch Wrap and Danshar Polybag and Resin Inc., we provide stretch wrap that ensures efficient, quick application at a low cost price point. Contact us and we will be glad to help you find the type of stretch wrap that best suits the needs of your business.