Blog / Considering Used Strapping Tools
Tuesday, 30 August 2011 at 07:26
In the event your company ships product as well as other loose items bundled together and maybe using a pallet, then you probably use some style of strapping or banding tools to hold them together. The extensive benefits to such a packing and system are numerous: you're shipping a safer load for less money and also have less chance of damage. If it's time to select strapping tools, you should consider purchasing used strapping tools instead of a new one. You'll be able to save all the more money, and you will get a high quality tool intended to complete the task quickly, efficiently, and safely. Check out http://grantpackagingllc.com/store/strapping-t... , http://grantpackagingllc.com/store/ .
Manufacturers like Acme, Fromm, Orgapack, Delta, and MIP make tools which are durable and can last for years. They are generally simple machines, so there just isn't much to break. And when they're made out of quality materials, they will last for several years. Whenever you buy used tools from a reputable dealer, they have inspected and reconditioned the tools to get them back to their original shape. The sole difference between this tool and a new tool may be the price cut!
Be sure to determine what sort of tool you'll need to do the job. Tools like tensioners, cutters, and hybrid tools have their unique uses and they are intended to work with certain kinds of banding or strapping materials. Some are built to use metal or steel strapping and others are designed for specific purposes. You may want to have a look at a sealless type of tool that will create tension in the band, which is very important to securing the load, cut the strapping at the appropriate place, and seal it so your package is good to move.
With the prices of transportation and shipping rising with fuel prices, companies will always be searching for ways to save cash and control costs. Check the stock at your favorite shipping supplies dealers to determine what kind of used tools they've got available.