Woven heavy-duty poly cord strapping has fibers that run the length of the cord, plus fibers that run across its width, making it a good choice for securing bundles of bricks, stone, and steel. Fibers that run the length of the strapping provide resistance to snapping and tearing, and the fibers that run across the strapping provide added strength and resistance to breaking and splitting. This nonmarring cord is used to secure heavier loads than nonwoven poly cord. It flexes around irregular shapes and won't rust. It is secured using a tensioner tool that tightens the strapping and seals a buckle.
Nonwoven light-duty poly cord strapping (sometimes called composite strapping) has embedded fibers along its length to resist snapping and tearing when securing lightweight boxes, papers, and magazines. It can be hand tied or secured using buckles. It resists shock, flexes around irregular shapes and won't rust or mar surfaces. It also withstands temperature changes and exposure to weather, so it's ideal for light-duty outdoor use.
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