Plastic Products Include:
• Plastic Bags
We stock a variety of sizes of standard stock plastic bags, such as refuse bags, butcher bags, drum liners and zip lock bags. We are also able to manufacture bags according to a customer’s specifications (printed or plain).
• Pallet Wrap
We are suppliers of cast pallet wrap. Pallet wrap has two general stock sizes, which are 450mm (w) x 400m (l) roll for hand use, and a 450mm (w) x 1000m (l) for machine use. We stock the standard sizes of pallet wrap in a variety of microns which are suitable for a broad range of applications.
We are also able to manufacture and supply pallet wrap, that is not standard, in sizes specific to customer’s needs. We supply tinted pallet wrap in red and blue, and black opaque pallet wrap. The tinted pallet wrap is generally used for colour-coding pallets, whereas the opaque pallet wrap is used to disguise the contents of a pallet.
We hold two main sizes of bubblewrap in stock. 1250mm x 80m and 1250mm x 100.
• Document Pockets
Available in sizes A4, A5, A6 and A7. These are tamper proof document bags which adhere to the side of a box. They have a full glue backing and are easy to apply to boxes.
Airothene is available in a variety of thicknesses (1.5mm, 2mm and 3mm). The standard sizes held in stock is 1250mm x 100m x 2mm and 3mm. We are able to supply as per customer’s requirements.
• Shrink Wrap
This is a plastic product where heat can be applied with a hand held gun or alternatively the product and film can pass through a heat tunnel on a conveyor. The plastic film then shrinks neatly around the product sealing the contents and protecting them at the same time. There are a variety of sizes and different microns available in this range. Strongcor will be able to quote you according to your specific needs.
Pallet wrap sold in small rolls of 100mm x 150m x 10 micron. For light-weight use in industries such as the picture framing industry. Used to protect corners and edges.
• Centrefold Shrinkwrap
A plastic film which is use to protect a product. The film and the product are passed through a heat tunnel and the plastic is shrunk onto the product.