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Quiet Cast 70-80 Gauge Equivalent Clear Machine Grade Stretch Film

80-90 Gauge Equivalent Quiet Cast Clear Machine Grade Stretch Film

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Quiet Cast 63 Gauge Performace Dark Opaque Color Stretch Film

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Machine Stretch Film
Machine Length Stretch Film retains its grip and prevents slip. Choose from our wide variety of colors to help you distinguish and identify your shipments! The residue-free film stretches up to 200% - 250% average while being resistant to tearing. This secures your palletized loads while letting your wrapper machine stretch your savings! Machine Stretch Wrap Film is used on the world's leading brands of Stretch Wrap machines such as Highlight Industries, Arpac, Lantech, Orion, Pheonix, MacWrap, Cousins and many more!

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Frequently Asked Questions about Machine Grade Stretch Film

What is an UVI stretch film?

UVI Stretch Film has an Ultra Violet Inhibitor additive, which provides short-term protection from the elements. The additives protect this type of stretch film from photodegradation while maintaining strength and load keeping its integrity during outdoor exposure. Great for wrapping pallets that need to be stored in the elements. You should have confidence that the UVI protection will last about 12 months.

What is the high-strength eco-stretch film?

High-Strength Eco Stretch film, also known as downgauge stretch film is a specific blend of stretch film designed to retain the flexibility and strength that you've grown accustomed to in your stretch film while utilizing less Low-Density Polyethylene. This results in a stretch film that is more cost-effective and environmentally friendly than the standard gauge, traditional Machine Grade Stretch Film!

What is the difference between quiet cast stretch film and blown stretch film?

Quiet Cast stretch film is a type of stretch film that is formulated to be quieter and more flexible when it is applied. It is typically made from a blend of polyethylene resins and is designed to be used with automatic stretch wrap machines. The noise reduction and flexibility of Quiet Cast stretch film makes it ideal for use in environments where noise levels need to be kept to a minimum, such as warehouses, distribution centers, and manufacturing facilities.

Blown stretch film, on the other hand, is a type of stretch film that is made using a blown film extrusion process. During this process, the plastic resin is melted and then blown through a circular die to create a thin, continuous film. Blown stretch film is generally more durable and puncture resistant than cast stretch film, but it may be more difficult to apply. It is typically used for heavy-duty applications where a high level of puncture resistance is required, such as for palletizing large, heavy items.

What is the proper way to use industrial stretch wrap?

This question often comes up because how well stretch wrap works to protect and secure items during storage and shipping depends on a few factors. Industrial stretch wrap is often used to wrap around commerce, especially on pallets, to keep the items safe and tightly bound. The way you wrap things is very important. It includes not only how you apply the stretch wrap but also how much you stretch, overlap, and cover to make sure the objects stay together. It's especially important to do this to keep the load intact and stop it from moving, shifting, or getting damaged during transit.


Knowing how to use industrial stretch wrap properly also means knowing how to choose the right type of wrap for each individual case. The right kind of stretch wrap depends on a lot of things, such as the weight of the load, the items being covered, if security is desired, or if color coding will help with organization and the conditions of the transport. For example, heavier loads might need a thicker wrap that is more "stretchy" and less likely to tear, while smaller loads might be safe with a thinner, less expensive wrap. Other things that affect how the wrap is used are how it is applied. Will the stretch wrap be applied by hand or by machine? It is very important to consider the right way to secure a load.

  1. How to start and end wrapping
  2. The right amount of tension
  3. How many layers are needed.

These steps make sure that the full benefits of using industrial stretch wrap are realized.


They lower the risk of damage, waste, and loss, makes the packaging processes more efficient and cost-effective.

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