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Woven Strap Comparison

One of our customers sent us this Mexican 3/4” Heavy Duty Woven Strapping and buckles for testing. They thought they were getting a pretty good deal, but in our comparison tests, Redback strapping and buckles achieved 40% higher system performance. So, today, let’s go back to the lab and take a...

What Is This Strap?

We received this box of competitor composite strapping and the label says “3/4” HD Composite Strap”, but its thinner and more narrow than our RBC65F 3/4” Composite Strap, so what is this? Well, we could see the label was stuck over another label, so we peeled it back to see what...

Redback Buckles Stay Closed

There are a lot of performance differences between Redback Strapping and other woven and composite strapping we see on the market. So today I'm here with the founder of Redback to discuss one of the major problems we see on the market. We hear many prospects complain about competitor straps slipping...

Tips & Tricks

Redback is stronger, safer and less expensive than steel banding. If you're new to Redback strapping, here are some tips and tricks to help you speed things up and get the most out of our product. When threading the buckle, keep the legs on top and pointed to the right....

5 Star Performance

Redback is the only cord strapping company in the country to offer a five-star certification. As part of this performance standard, we certify that our system strengths consistently exceed linear strength. So today, we'll take you to our lab to demonstrate that our super weave patterns, coatings and buckle geometry...

Redback Strapping

Redback strapping is strong. Redback strapping is the safe and superior alternative to steel banding. Redback strapping is used in lumberyards and many industrial applications for securing heavy loads, bundled loads and irregular shaped objects. Redback Strapping has higher tenacity than steel, so it functions like an industrial shock absorber...

DEMONSTRATION / INSTRUCTIONAL

Redback Strapping

Redback strapping is strong. Redback strapping is the safe and superior alternative to steel banding. Redback strapping is used in lumberyards and many industrial applications for securing heavy loads, bundled loads and irregular shaped objects. Redback Strapping has higher tenacity than steel, so it functions like an industrial shock absorber...

Tips & Tricks

Redback is stronger, safer and less expensive than steel banding. If you're new to Redback strapping, here are some tips and tricks to help you speed things up and get the most out of our product. When threading the buckle, keep the legs on top and pointed to the right....

Strapping Intro V2

Redback Strapping is strong. Readback Strapping is the safe and superior alternative to steel banding. Redback Strapping is used in lumber yards and many industrial applications for securing heavy loads, bundled loads and irregular shaped objects. Redback Strapping has higher tenacity than steel, so it can absorb impacts that would...

PERFORMANCE / COMPARISON

5 Star Performance

Redback is the only cord strapping company in the country to offer a five-star certification. As part of this performance standard, we certify that our system strengths consistently exceed linear strength. So today, we'll take you to our lab to demonstrate that our super weave patterns, coatings and buckle geometry...

Redback Buckles Stay Closed

There are a lot of performance differences between Redback Strapping and other woven and composite strapping we see on the market. So today I'm here with the founder of Redback to discuss one of the major problems we see on the market. We hear many prospects complain about competitor straps slipping...

Redback Low Elongation

High elongation is great for Slinkys, but it's not good for woven and composite cord strapping. Too much elongation causes say and can prevent buckles from staying closed and loads from staying tight. And when straps stretch too much, their ability to resist impacts is reduced. So high elongation strapping...

Competitor Orange Gunk

Orange dust is great on cheese puffs, but it's not good on woven strapping. Five years ago we posted the orange strap dust video on YouTube to demonstrate how much of the competitor woven straps on the market can gunk up the gripper foot of tools and prevent adequate tension...

Redback System Strength

To demonstrate the significance of our exclusive Five Star Certification, which addresses critical performance factors for cord strapping. We'll take you back to our lab to compare the system strength of Redback 1” ¼ strapping and buckles to the system strength of a leading competitors product. But first, we want...

Competitor Slip Video

Redback’s exclusive Five Star Certification addresses critical performance factors for cord strapping. Our weave patterns, coatings and buckle geometry work together to provide some of the highest repeatable performance in the industry. We demonstrated this in a previous video where the system strength of our 1,830 lbs. strap with a...

What Is This Strap?

We received this box of competitor composite strapping and the label says “3/4” HD Composite Strap”, but its thinner and more narrow than our RBC65F 3/4” Composite Strap, so what is this? Well, we could see the label was stuck over another label, so we peeled it back to see what...

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