Battery Powered Strapping Tools

 

Shop our range of battery powered hand strapping tools online. Designed for ultimate portability and versatility in any industrial dispatch area, our range of strapping tools are ergonomic, lightweight, and easy to use.

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P328S Battery Powered Plastic Strapping Tool

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P329S Battery Powered Plastic Strapping Tool

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Dynamic 2100 Battery Powered Plastic Strapping Tool

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P328 Battery Powered Plastic Strapping Tool

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P329 Battery Powered Plastic Strapping Tool

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P331 Battery Powered Plastic Strapping Tool

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P318 Battery Powered Plastic Strapping Tool

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Use Case for Hand Powered Strapping Machines

Hand-strapping tools are used widely as part of on-the-go operations or low-volume strapping operations that do not require the throughput of an automatic strapping machine.

Unlike manual strapping tools that require a lot of work on the operator’s part, battery strapping tools can quickly and effortlessly complete strapping tasks with minimal operator effort and consistently secure results. 

Powered by portable, rechargeable batteries, strapping tools are a safer and more efficient alternative to manual strapping that offers flexibility in use cases for remote strapping tasks.

Why Choose Us

FROMM’s battery powered hand strapping tools are designed with portability and performance in mind, offering operators greater efficiency and safety when it comes to mobile strapping tasks.

Our battery strapping tools are made under strict ISO controls and standards, and are drop-tested to ensure durability under harsh working conditions.

With over 45 years as the leading strapping tools provider in Australia, FROMM promises high performance with a two-year warranty for our electric strapping machines.

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Types of Businesses We Work With

FROMM’s battery powered hand strapping tools are suitable for a wide range of strapping applications, from bundling loose items together to reinforcing packing structures. The following types of businesses can benefit from plastic hand strapping machines:

  • Newspaper or magazine distributors
  • Fresh produce transporters
  • Construction companies or builders
  • Food and beverage business
  • Manufacturing factories
  • Export-based delivery companies
  • And more

Benefits of FROMM Battery Tools

Two year warranty

Two year warranty

Industry leading two year warranty

Environmentally friendly

Environmentally friendly

Sustainable packaging solutions

Every metre matters

Every metre matters

Clear and guaranteed product specifications

Service & Support

Service & Support

Dedicated Service department with 11 technicians.

5 star rated

5 star rated

Customer satisfaction is our priority.

Simulation testing

Simulation testing

Fromm can simulate the G forces of stress that occurs during transport

Tips for Choosing the Right Strapping Tool

When determining the right type of strapping tool for your business packaging, it’s important to first understand your operational needs. This will help you find a solution that does not incur too high an expense for your business while remaining adequate for your strapping applications.

By identifying the volume of packages that require strapping on a daily basis, you should have a good estimate of how extensive your strapping needs are. Unless your business requires several thousand packages to be strapped each day, having hand strapping tools should be sufficient.

Hand strapping tools are also a much cheaper investment than automatic in-line strapping machines, making them more suitable for small to medium-sized businesses.

If you are still unsure whether battery hand strapping tools are the right solution for your packaging needs, feel free to contact us at 1800 940 356, or via email at info@fromm-pack.com.au for more information.

A Strapping tool is a method used to apply plastic or steel strap to a range of products, items or pallet to combine and stabilize the load.

A strapping tool is a battery or pneumatic hand held device which requires an operator to apply the strapping around the product and using the machine tighten strapping, apply tension and seal. 

A strapping machine is bespoke technology which is usually used as part of a process or manufacturing line. Strapping is fed around the product automatically by the machine, and applied with correct tension and sealing for an optimized product.

Automated strapping machines have a lot of "plug in" technologies such as bearer inserters, top and or bottom corners, top, and or side compression to square the load.

There are three strapping materials, Steel, Polyester (PET) and PP (Polypropylene)

Steel strapping has been the benchmark strapping/unitizing globally for many years.

In the last 10 years PET strapping has taken the market by storm, replacing steel in probably all but the heaviest or hardest applications. It is safer, easier, strong, and meets the acceptable operational standards of all major Australian industry sectors.

Steel is still used in very small products such as pipes and tubes, because the PET strapping tool technologies cannot strap very small bundles. In addition, it is still used in hot environments where the strapping is in contact with hot products.

Beyond these critical applications polyester strap, purchased from reputable manufacturers, using quality strapping tools or machines will deliver excellent results.

PP strapping is normally used in light applications such as closing of small boxes, empty cartons, small light mixed pallets. It has a tendency to stretch beyond 22% of its original state, so is not suitable for compressing and holding heavy or large products.

FROMM is a global manufacturer of Plastic Strapping with four plants around the world. FROMM Plastic Strapping is manufactured in our production centres using up to 98% recycled polyester bottle material on state-of-the-art extrusion lines. The majority of this recycled raw material is produced, amongst others, in FROMM‘s own plastic recycling plant Texplast GmbH in Wolfen. FROMM Plastic Strap is a sustainable packaging solution. 

Click here view the manufacturing process in video format 

Used PET strapping can be recycled. Recyclers will usually ask for clean uncontaminated material chopped and placed into a sack. FROMM offers a strap recycling machine which can turn used PET strapping into a recyclable asset, reducing customer waste costs and assisting in meeting social and environmental obligations. These strap choppers can be rented or purchased. Click here for more information

FROMM has PET manufacturing capabilities around the world in 4 strategic locations.

In each facility, we manufacture using 100% recycled and 100% recyclable PET flakes (RPET)

In Europe we even collect our own raw material and process it in our own facility, reducing landfill and created a closed-loop market.

Fundamentally you have a manual, semi manual or automated process.

Manual involves using hand tools such as tensioning devices and sealing devices ( sold separately) and a buckle or a clip to create the seal. Really only useful if you strap occasionally.

The rise of battery operated strapping tools has simplified the application of strapping with the material tensioned and sealed within the tool. Modern batteries mean up to 400 plus cycles per charge and these light weight ergonomic devices are very popular.

Automated processes are found in manufacturing and processing facilities such as timber mills, steel and aluminium smelters where cargo is not or do not fit onto a pallet. Growing in popularity is the rise of logistics and distribution where the application of strapping adds to the stability and also security of the cargo.

The strapping material starts in a plastic "state". Once tension is applied to it, it becomes elastic and can hold the load intact while providing some shock absorption. Apply too much tension, and it will lose the ability to absorb shock, putting the load at risk.  As a general rule of thumb, more than 35% of the total breaking strain of the material is needed to create the elastic "state". Past the limit of 80%, the strapping material’s ability to absorb shock will be hindered.

A strapping machine will be able to consistently apply the right level of tension in the strapping material, making it easier and faster to pack items without worrying about their integrity.

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