Woven polyester strapping is made on a textile loom by intersecting the longitudinal polyester threads, the warp, i.e. "that which is thrown across," with the transverse polyester threads, the woof or weft, i.e. "that which is woven." Once the strap is woven, it goes through a dying and drying process. The dye process adds color and/or custom labeling to the once-white yarn, and the drying process gives our strap its elasticity and memory.
Kubinec Strapping Solutions offers a superior, safer alternative. Our high-tenacity woven polyester strapping, coupled with our maximum joint-efficiency buckle, is specifically designed for load containment applications. This system is tested and proven to dramatically reduce the potential for product damage and personal injury, with their associated costs. It will ultimately replace steel banding as an industry standard.