Samuel steel strapping is available in a wide range of sizes and gauges to accommodate your strapping requirements. Our edge conditioned strapping ensures a safe,...
Samuel steel strapping is available in a wide range of sizes and gauges to accommodate your strapping requirements. Our edge conditioned strapping ensures a safe, rounded edge that is problem free during application. The standard coil weight is 100 lbs.
Samuel PSG produces two types of wound coil:
- Oscillated wound coil
- Ribbon would coil.
Custom Steel Strapping (Specials)
Samuel PSG manufactures steel strap to meet your specific requirements, such as:
- Pre-punched strapping
- Tight edge
- Stainless steel strapping
- Printed strap
- Jumbo coil weights other than 1,000 or 2,000 lbs.
- Light coils (50 or 70 lbs.)
- Different payoff direction
- Painted color finishes other than black
- Aluminum strap
High Tensile Steel Strapping
Manufactured for optimum results in every application. Cold rolled steel of a high carbon and manganese analysis is heat treated to ensure uniform tensile and elongation characteristics.
For high volume applications, certain strap sizes are available in standard jumbo coils, ranging in weight from 1,000-2,000 lbs. Additional coil sizes are available on a custom order basis.
A hard baked on glass enamel paint is applied to both sides and edges to help the flow characteristics of the steel strap moving through the equipment and preventing rust. The standard color is black.
Standard Duty Steel Strapping
Manufactured to meet rigid quality specifications and close tolerances, this strapping is ideal for all general applications and is available in a number of different finishes.
Ultra Ten Steel Strapping
Specifically developed to provide our customers with a high quality, cost effective alternative to high carbon high tensile AAR-33 strapping. Ultra Ten is not suitable for applications such as open-top car loading, and as such, has no AAR marking.
Wax Coated Finish
All finishes are treated with a hard wax coating, a special Samuel "hot dip" process. This lubrication allows the strapping to flow smoothly in automatic machines, tools and around corners of all products, skids, crates and cartons.
Commonly used for prolonged outside storage, this finish offers greater rust resistance than regular painted material.