Woven tapes

Woven tapes

Fibres of woven tapes cross with each other, which makes the tape much more resistant to rubbing and cutting, by sharp edges of transported goods. During the process of weaving, fibres of the tape are additionally enriched with cold-applied glues, which add appropriate rigidity to the tape. When combined with phosphoresced metal buckles, this provides ultimate strength of this type of clamping loads.

Parameters

Type of tapeWidth of tape (mm)Maximum tensioning force (daN)Length of windingSleeve diameterNumber of rolls per cardboard boxNumber of rolls per pallet
GW 40 13 375  1100  76 2 80
GW 50 16 450 850  76  2 80
GW 55 16 600 600  76  2 80
GW 60 19 600 600 76 2 80
GW 65 19 750 500 76 2 80
GW 65 HD 19 975 400 76 2 80
GW 65 SHD 19 1100 300 76 2 80
GW 85 25 1000 500 76 2 60
GW 85 HD 25 1400 400 76 2 60
GW 100 35 1400 150 76 7 210

Buckles for woven tapes

Width of tape (mm)
(mm)
Type of phosphated
buckles
Number of items
per packaging
13 B 4P 1000 
16 B 5P 1000 
19 B 6P  1000 
25 B 8P  500 
32–35 B 10P  250 
40 B 12P  200 

Advantages of woven tapes

  • Resistance to sharp edges of transported goods
  • High flexibility and plasticity of the tape
  • Resistance guaranteed by the cross-threading of fibres; resistance to stretching from 375 to 1,400 daN
  • The possibility of further expanding the tape, if the load changes its volume

Applications

  • Woodworking industry
  • Furniture industry
  • Securing of export loads in many branches of industry