3 May 2022
There are numerous advantages to Heat Shrink Wrapping over other types of packaging, which explains why it is so popular. Because of its lightweight, flexible, recyclable, and long-lasting nature, it is a great barrier material.
All forms of industrial manufacturing for a multitude of industries including mining and oil and gas, all can use Heat Shrink Wrapping to protect their assets during transport and long-term storage.
One of the most significant advantages is cost savings. Plastic encapsulations are commonly less expensive than containers made from wood or metal. Additionally, it’s also lighter and takes up less space during transportation and whilst in storage. Furthermore, because it does not degrade readily, thanks to UV stabilisers, it has a long shelf life.
In the shipping industry, the word shrink wrap material refers to any sort of film that is used to protect cargo from damage while in transit. It is typically made from polyethylene terephthalate (PET). PET films are translucent and flexible, which makes them excellent for use in the packaging of food items. They are also long-lasting and simple to apply.
Shrink Wrap Hoods made from PVC are used to protect goods from harm while they are being transported. It is frequently used for extra protection on wooden pallets, boxes, crates, and shipping containers.
Heat Shrink Film is a 200 or 250um plastic film that can be heated shrink-wrapped around your product. It not only protects against UV rays, but it also acts as a barrier against potential damage from wind, dust, and pests.
VCI Anti-Corrosive Films also offer an excellent universal protection system. These films are lined internally with Volatile Corrosion Inhibitors (VCI). These molecules migrate to metal surfaces, providing protection from moisture and corrosion replacing traditional rust preventatives such as oils and desiccants.
Stretch Wrap is a thin type of plastic film (10-25um) that is used to commonly wrap palletised goods. It stretches around the pallet load, stabilising the goods, whilst providing minimal protection.
Heat Shrink Wrap is a more durable, thicker plastic material (200-250um), when heated, can be moulded to encapsulate larger industrial-sized equipment.
In addition, it serves as a barrier between the product and the surrounding environment.
Wrap your valuable goods with AXIS Industrial’s high-quality products to protect them from corrosion and the elements in Perth.
For many years, AXIS has supplied and applied a diverse range of heat shrink wraps to Australian industries. These products are extremely versatile and can be used to line a case or welded completely around your product using heat.
AXIS has a demonstrated track record of identifying and developing superior packaging, handling, and logistics solutions for businesses of all sizes. For more information, you may contact our sales team.