Extruded plastic netting wil stretch around your product.
Excellent for protecting metal products or chair legs from damage.
Quick and easy to apply.
Also available in pre-cut lengths and colour coded.
|Code||Description||Size||Pack Qty||Colour||Price Per unit pack|
|mm inches||1 - 5 Rolls||6 - 10 Rolls||11+ Rolls||Qty (Packs)|
|TP10||Plastic Stretch Netting||10 - 20mm x 250m||15||Orange||£494.10 £32.94||£432.44 £28.83||£345.92 £23.06|
|TP5000||Plastic Stretch Netting||40 - 60mm x 150m||2||Yellow||£106.10 £53.05||£94.32 £47.16||£77.16 £38.58|
|TP1000||Plastic Stretch Netting||70 - 100mm x 100m||2||Red||£111.28 £55.64||£86.56 £43.28||£73.50 £36.75|
|TP2000||Plastic Stretch Netting||20 - 50mm x 250m||3||Blue||£147.60 £49.20||£123.00 £41.00||£107.33 £35.78|
Available in orange, red, yellow or blue in lengths of 100m, 150m or 250m.
What is protective packaging?
Protective packaging describes packaging materials that can be used to wrap, interweave, surround or fill in between your items to keep them safe and make sure they are more likely to arrive at their destination in the best possible condition.
There are a variety of different protective packaging options, including paper, polystyrene, bubble wrap, foam, and biodegradable options.
How do I choose a protective packaging that best for my needs?
What’s most suitable will depend on what item you’re packaging, how you’re sending it and what you prefer to use.
If you are sending something that is more fragile, then to protect it against the bumps, knocks, jolts and drops that can occur in the postal or courier system, then you should choose a protective packaging that is more shock absorbent.
If you are looking to wrap or protect items for general storage, then perhaps a more ecological paper-based material would be more suitable. This would protect your items from one another, and is very flexible to fit around and between many different shaped items.
Please Note: We DO NOT deliver to residential addresses
a) We will arrange for all goods to be delivered to the address you choose but the cost of delivery may be included in our invoice.
b) You must arrange for manpower and equipment to be available to unload the goods when they are delivered.
c) We will do our best to ensure that goods are delivered on or before our estimated delivery dates but these dates are estimates only and we cannot accept responsibility for any loss arising from delays in delivery however those delays arise.
Return of Goods
No goods will be accepted for return without prior arrangement and a handling charge will be made if goods are accepted for any reason other than faults of manufacture. Drivers are unable to collect goods without an authorised collection note.