LINDER Seevetal is the specialist for plastic strapping ///

In many industries steel strapping is gradually replaced by plastic strapping. This is primarily due to the following advantages offered by plastic strapping:

  • No risk of corrosion
  • Considerable price advantages (up to 50% in comparison with steel strapping)
  • Minimized risk of injuries to personnel and damage to goods

Plastic strapping can be divided into three general categories:

  • PET-strapping
  • PP-strapping
  • Polyester textile strapping


LINDER Seevetal as a strapping producer has the know-how and experience that you need. Don't hesitate to contact us!


Comparison of different types of strapping ///

The following considerations are useful to determine which type of strapping is best for a given application.


How often is strapping used? ///

For numerous strappings PET strapping is preferable because it can be applied highly efficiently – using rechargeable strapping tools or fully automatic systems. For less numerous strappings these tools are less cost-effective meaning that the use of textile strapping is preferable.


Do the strapped goods volumes change? ///

If the strapped goods volumes are subject to shrinkage, for example with drying wood or setting bulk goods, PP strapping is recommended due to its high degree of elongation - or alternatively textile strapping due to the option of retensioning the straps. Conversely in the case of significantly expanding goods, e.g. foams or in baling presses, strapping with minimal elongation is preferable.


What strengths are required? ///

The highest strength values can be attained with PET and polyester textile strapping. If only low strengths are required PP strapping is often the best option – particularly because highly economical strapping devices are available in this segment.


PP-Band und PET-Band




Ballenpressenband und Lashband