3 Essential Strapping Tools Everyone Should Have

If you are doing any type of work hanging signs and signals then you know that having the right tools can make all the difference between a simple job or a complicated and frustrating job. Often when you are working with signs and signals you are in awkward positions, in bucket trucks or on ladders, and you really don’t have a lot of space to get into just the right space to place the seal.

Having the right steel strapping tools will make your life a lot easier even in those awkward spaces when there are multiple signs or signs and signals all mounted on the same pole. Ideally look for steel strapping tools that are very lightweight and compact, easy to operate but still durable enough to last for years of hard work.

Stretchers

We offer four different models of stretchers because we know that every job and every worker is a bit different. We have two regular duty stretchers, one that is a feed wheel and one that is a pusher bar, both good for stainless strapping from three eighths to three quarters.

Our heavy duty stretchers handle the wider strapping from three quarters of an inch to an inch and a quarter. These come in the drum take up and pusher bar styles.

Sealers and Cutters

Our strapping sealers come in two different options, a single down notch and a double notch model. Again, we have a regular duty and two heavy duty models for you to choose from.

Three different cutters are available and these are one of the most versatile steel strapping tools that we sell. Another very popular option is a strapping dispenser that will work with all different sizes of mill wound coils and makes moving, working with and storing stain steel strapping a breeze.

If you are looking for a kit we also sell a great set of steel strapping tools that come in a handy metal carrying/storage case for your convenience. You can customize the products in the kit and select up to 400 feet of steel strapping and 100 seals or buckles along with a tensioner and a cutter, everything you and your employees need to complete the job.