What are some stretch wrap uses? We have learned what stretch wrap is and how it is commonly made from LLDPE, linear low density polyethylene. Whether you call it skid wrap, pallet wrap, machine wrap, or hand wrap, the benefits of using stretch are numerous enough. But what are some of the uses for stretch wrap? Knowing what role stretch wrap plays in your company can greatly benefit your business.
Stretch wrap is intended to secure loads on a pallet for shipment and as a means to package items or bind items together. Binding loads together improves the stability of packages making them easier for workers to handle, decreasing chances of possible worker injuries. Using stretch wrap allows for better storage of products and protection from UV rays, dust, and moisture. Stretch wrap also protects products from water, creating a shelter around the products, collecting water, and keeping water out.
Not only is stretch wrap used to wrap palletized boxes, but stretch wrap can also be used in a myriad of ways. Industries will use stretch wrap to aid in disaster relief. The stretch wrap is used to wrap building or roof parts or other damage caused by such disasters. Stretch wrap can also be used for the removal of potentially hazardous materials.
Stretch wrap can also be used to wrap the following items for transportation:
There are many uses for stretch wrap, not just for wrapping palletized loads. What merchandise is your business looking to wrap? With that information, we can help you find the stretch wrap the best suits your merchandise. Contact us today for more information.