• The big wire coils (O26) in dia’s 2.30 and 3.00 mm allow an uninterrupted smooth unwinding on fully automatic strapping machines
  • We assist our customers by putting the most suitable unwinding equipment and technical support at their disposal
  • The wires (available ex stock) provide a perfect strapping and knot formation around the bales

Product description

Pulp baling wire
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Pulp baling wire is a high carbon wire with a light zinc coating that is used on fully automatic machines to form wire straps that hold the compressed (pulp or waste) bales together via a wire knot.

Its uniform tensile strength and elongation properties allow the formation of a knot that complies with the required minimum pull-out strength so that lifting and transport of the single and the unitized bales can take place in safe labor conditions in the warehouse and during loading and unloading in the harbors.

Technological features

  • Shape Wire
  • Bulk material C-steel
  • Coating Zinc
  • Number of wires 12-100


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