Pull tight strap seals Castalia Short

Pull tight strap seals Castalia Short

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Pull tight strap seals Castalia Short

Adjustable lenght plastic security seals with a flat and serrated strap. Easy to use and highly versatile.

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Pull tight strap seals Castalia Short

Plastic security seal CASTALIASHORT is a one time single use adjustable seal with a multitude of applications.

Pull tight strap seals, as the name implies, can be pulled tight, thus the length of the loop can be adjusted to any desired length within the overall operating limit. This type of seal is used for a wide range of  applications from sealing trucks, trailers, containers  or cash bags and many more.

Most seals are available from stock pre-numbered with each seal bearing a unique serial number. For a small additional charge, if required, can also be customized with corporate logo or text

Pull tight strap seals Castalia range has the tear-off facility so are breakable plastic seals!

Barcode and qcode security seals are also available.

Sequential numbering is standard with SEALED written on the seal.

Can be customized starting from 100 pieces.

Operational length: 33cm (13″)

Strip of 10 pieces in plastic bags of 100 hundred, carton of 1000 pieces

Something about the history of the plastic seals:

In the 18th Century, French explorer Charles-Marie de la Condamine discovered that there was a rubber tree in the Amazon forest. It was not until the 1840s that American Charles Goodyear and British born Thomas Hancock took out patents for vulcanized rubber – rubber which was treated with Sulphur to make it more durable.

Rubber also made electrification possible as it was used to insulate electrical switches. The big breakthrough which is considered the birth of modern plastics came in 1907 when Leo Baekeland invented Bakelite. Bakelite is one of the first plastics that is made from synthetic components; it was made from fossil fuels.

More synthetic plastics followed with polystyrene in 1929, polyester in 1930, polyvinylchloride and polythene in 1933, and nylon in 1935. The plastic industry grew during the war effort when they were used in everything including military vehicles and radar insulation. Properties and uses of plastics can be changed by altering their structure just a little bit. The plastic that a milk bottle is made of can be changed from polyethylene to polypropylene (a stronger material) simply by adding one carbon to it. The material made by adding a carbon can strengthen the plastic enough to make things like the first plastic seals that was adjustable but without metal insert- that came in the eigthies!

Available also  in the lenght of 43 cm (16,93″)


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