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Banders, Strapping and Tying Equipment

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Equipment that applies a plastic or paper-based strip around a product. Looking at new cartoning, case packing, and multipacking machines? Learn more about what to look for in your next purchase.

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Banders are machines used to seal and wrap packages by applying a band of plastic or metal material around packages, which is then heat-sealed. Band strap machines come in different shapes and sizes, from tabletop models suitable for small businesses to high-volume machines for industrial usage. Banders are popular because they’re quick, easily operated and efficient. For these reasons, they’re also popular with companies that export products overseas, as they ensure packages are protected from tampering, and other various elements. Along similar lines, strapping and tying equipment is another way to secure and group individual packages together as a multipack. Strapping and tying machines come in different sizes and can be used to tie or strap different products, such as cartons, newspapers and packages. They work by applying tension to tightly bind products together, ensuring that everything stays in place during transportation. It almost goes without saying, the primary use case for banders, strapping and tying equipment is packaging. The ability to package goods efficiently and securely is critical to the success of any business that manufactures and packages goods, and these machines play a key role. Banders in particular are essential for companies that deal with electronics, appliances, and other such products, as they’re much heavier and complicated to package. Strapping and tying machines, on the other hand, are great for companies that produce small to medium-sized goods. They’re designed to handle lighter loads and prevent packages from rattling around during transportation, which can damage the contents. Another critical use of banders is in the manufacturing process itself, in the assembly of the actual products. For example, banders can be used to wrap and seal parts of a car, making sure that loose parts are secured during transportation. Strapping and tying equipment is also used in the manufacturing process, where they’re used to secure goods during the manufacturing process. They can hold items in place while they’re being processed or assembled, ensuring that everything stays where it's supposed to. In general, all three types of equipment are employed to help ensure that goods are packaged efficiently, transported safely, and manufactured to a high standard. These machines come in many shapes and sizes, making them very versatile and simple to use. As the industry continues to grow, the demand for these machines is likely to increase further. So, if you're in the business of manufacturing or packaging, it's worth considering investing in banders, strapping, and tying equipment to give your business the edge it needs. You can find all the best, verified manufacturers and suppliers of banding, strapping and tying equipment right here, on PMMI’s ProSource directory. Find what you need today.
The companies represented on this page and throughout this directory are members in good standing of PMMI, the Association for Packaging & Processing Technologies. Companies who are not members of PMMI are not listed in this directory.