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Published on Aug 25, 2012

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This is what we're up to: Industrial Webbing. Hey, with its versatility, durability, and ability to provide effective solutions for many applications, it's no wonder so many people call it a modern-day wonder product.

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But why should you care about industrial webbing and what makes it so special?
"Industrial webbing" applies to web used for manufacturing applications. Although some may confuse it with commercial webbing, they're different. While industrial webbing is primarily used in manufacturing, commercial webbing focuses more on design.

Put another way, industrial webbing targets goods production while commercial webbing is about selling goods. In short, commercial webbing is the web you see, decorating a travel bag, or around a vinyl sign, or surrounding (in neon!) a volleyball net.

Back to industrial webbing. In simple terms, it's the web that gets the job done behind the scenes! Determining if webbing is industrial depends on its use. Certain webbings, by design, meet manufacturers' needs, so they're typically considered industrial.

Other webbings used for industrial applications? Nylon and polyester. A main application for these webbings is safety harnesses, which go into products like seat belts and more. Also used ofr restraints in occupations like roofing, window-washing, and painting; and safety systems for sports.

Another example of industrial webbing? Polypropylene and polyethylene webbing. Their names alone suggest industrial webbing! These webbings are made from tough yet flexible plastic polymer fibers. They're extremely strong and optimal for safety systems like barrier nets, which provide large-scale safety and security.

So that's the story, and as you can see, industrial webbing is a supreme tool, providing strength, flexibility, and safety for many manufacturing needs. But what makes it even better is the industrial technology that utilizes it, making it even more optimal and cost-effective. After all, what good is incorporating industrial webbing if it takes forever and is labor-intensive?

But with today's industrial technology, no problem! Industrial technology automates and optimizes the engineering and technology needed to reach the speed and efficiency of production required without sacrificing quality. So where does that leave you? Yes, it leads you to both time and money savings.

How does industrial technology work with industrial webbing? Here, industrial technology significantly enhances how effective the webbing is in its end-products. For instance, an automated system can pull webbing tighter and secure it more strongly than a non-automated process can. Additionally, such a system can sew webbing into place more efficiently than a non-automated counterpart.

So what's so great about industrial webbing? Everything! With a "one-two punch" of a strong, effective product and advanced automatic operations to maximize its potential, industrial webbing truly is one of manufacturing's modern-day miracles!

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