What is bundling film and how is it used?

Signet's Own Bundling FilmStretch film is a product used to securely wrap a shipment for transit. It holds the goods together, wrapping around the product and the pallet to create one stable piece. It not only fastens the items to the pallet, but also protects them from the elements and any damage during transportation. There are many different kinds of stretch film, including bundling film.

Bundling film is a stretch film made to wrap and secure irregular shapes or smaller packages. It comes as a small roll of film, with a handle available for easy use. The wrap comes in clear or black and is sticky enough to stick to itself when overlapped.

Bundling film is commonly used to secure products like tiles, wood, plastic, cartons and parts. It has many benefits over other stretch films that make it the perfect addition to your packaging paraphernalia. One of the biggest benefits of bundling film is its sticky nature. Due to the blown film process, the film will stick to itself but not the goods it is wrapping. Its unique 50mm core also means it is lightweight and durable. Its small width and easy hand held application makes it suitable for odd shapes and easy wrapping. Like all stretch films, it is beneficial for securely wrapping items for transit, protecting them from weather and minor damage.

Signet is one of the largest packaging suppliers in Australia, offering a wide range of products, including bundling film. Our bundling film comes in 20um thickness, with each roll containing 250m of bundling film to allow for generous application. Signet also offers a starter kit for users new to bundling film that includes two rolls of the bundling film and a bundling film dispenser.

To purchase the products mentioned or to find out more about stretch film, call Signet on 13 74 46.

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