Comparing PET and Steel Strapping for Packaging

Title: Bissett Packaging – PET vs Steel Strapping


In this fourth episode of our Bissett Packaging series, we will be comparing the two most commonly used strapping materials in the packaging industry – PET and Steel. We will dive deep into the advantages and disadvantages of both materials and help you make an informed decision for your specific packaging needs.

Video Content:
The video will first introduce PET strapping, its properties, and the benefits it offers over traditional steel strapping. We will discuss its durability, flexibility, and resistance to corrosion, which make it an ideal option for harsh environment and long-term storage.
Next, we will dive into the properties of steel strapping, including its strength, durability, and cost-effectiveness. We will highlight the advantages of steel strapping in high-tension applications, especially where sharp edges and rough handling may lead to damage of the packaging.
We will also compare the two materials on different parameters such as elongation, break strength, and cost, to give an overall picture of their performance.
In the end, we will summarize our findings and leave you with a clear understanding of which strapping material will be the best suitable for your packaging needs.

Bissett Packaging, PET, Steel, Strapping, Packaging Industry, Durability, Flexibility, Resistance to Corrosion, Cost-Effectiveness, Break Strength, Elongation, High-Tension Applications.

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