Can it be Shrink-Wrapped?

We’re often asked if certain objects can be shrink wrapped and our answer is always the same. “We haven’t yet found anything that can’t be.” Shrink wrap is commonly used to protect freight, aircraft, autos, equipment and boats during transport or storage but because it molds itself onto the shape of the object when heated, there is no limit to its applications. It is used extensively in the construction industry to contain the site and crew from inclement weather, keep the job on schedule, and to increase product cure rates.  Scaffolding is often shrink wrapped to strengthen the structure, contain crew and materials, and to protect those working underneath from falling objects. Shrink wrap is also used to create enclosures around environmental containments to facilitate the removal of asbestos, lead and other hazards. Please see our industry specific pages for more information.

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