Exclusive to Springpack! Our Xtrastretch wrap is designed to maximise efficiency, with the ability to secure a variety of loads. With 67% more film per roll than a standard 300m roll, this gives you the benefit of reducing time changing rolls. You’ll also save on storage space too! This product will save you time, money, space and reduce your plastic usage. To see the real difference, 144 rolls of our brand new Xtrastretch contains the same amount of wrap as 240 rolls of any standard wrap! This can therefore help you to become more Eco Friendly.
This pallet wrap is also extremely easy to use as the film dispenses off the roll smoothly and ensures less pressure on the operator’s body. Investing in Xtrastretch will ensure you have a more productive and cost-effective packaging process than ever! Xtrastretch is made of a unique blend of material that has been designed to give stronger puncture resistance. You are therefore less likely to experience tearing on the corners of pallets once they have been wrapped.
When choosing a pallet wrap you need to make sure that it will keep its strength so your load is stable during transit. Xtrastretch film is multi-layered to create flexibility to cater for a variety of loads and requirements. Due to the quality of the film you can use a thinner material which performs the same as wrap twice as thick. For more information on our range of Pallet Wrap, please click here to read our blog.
If you haven’t tried Xtrastretch yet, why not contact us for a free, no obligation trial. You can either call us on 01905 457 000, or e-mail [email protected].
Xtrastretch is sold in boxes of 6. Xtrastretch is now available with a standard core too! Please click here to view the standard core alternative.
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