Our packaging experts are skilled at auditing a variety of strapping processes and can suggest the right strap for your unique application – whether it's steel, polyester, or polypropylene. Is your strapping process automated? Automating your strapping process cuts down on labor costs and increases efficiency. We can provide hands-on training for your team upon installation of new strapping equipment. Find out if your product is suited for a strapping application and let the experts at Morrisette do the heavy lifting for you!
At a Glance
Strapping is one of the most crucial steps in the packaging process, and is often overlooked. Strapping is a quick, economical, and easy way to keep your products secure throughout the shipping process.
Types & Materials
Tensile strength 75%
Shock absorbency 65%
Tensile strength 77%
Shock absorbency 60%
Tensile strength 100%
Shock absorbency 45%
Most products are available in a variety of strengths, widths, colors, and coil lengths.
Can be custom printed
Suitable for light or heavy duty applications
Controlled elongation feature
XL coils available
Ease of handling
Less risk of injury
Less pressure on edges
Extremely strong break strength
Products on pallets
Heavy duty machinery
Mill rolls of paper
Strapping requires tools for proper tensioning, sealing, and cutting. Our dedicated team will help you decide which form of equipment is the right fit for your product, space, and budget.
Combination pneumatic tools tensioners, sealers, and cutters
Battery operated combination tools to apply polyester and polypropylene strapping
Manual tensioners and sealers
Semi-automatic power strapping machines
Fully automatic power strapping systems