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Enduratuff Timber Wrap. Better Wrap. No Sweat!

EnduratuffTM

EnduratuffTM is an exciting new product that is stronger, lasts longer and reduces the amount of moisture under the wrap. This means you will get less tears from forklifts, can leave your products in the yard longer and it will be in better condition when delivered to your customers. Hence you can see why we think this is taking your timber wrap from just a plastic wrap to Plastic Engineering! EnduratuffTM is part of our vision of delivering to our customers our promise of Affordable Quality!

 

EnduratuffTM closes the loop

We are pleased to have worked with our customers to get unneeded EnduratuffTM wrap back for recycling. This high quality film can be reprocessed and used in our black layer providing a genuine closed-loop recylcing programme.

 

Enduratuff is a registered trademark of Pakflex Pty Ltd



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Better Wrap - No sweat!

EnduratuffTM iwas developed in conjunction with Carter Holt Harvey (at the time the largest timber comany in Australia) to reduce the amount of moisture they were getting under thier packs. By working togeher, Pakaflex was able to tailor the properties for the best results in the timber yard.

EnduratuffTM is different to normal wraps, and completly different to "Panda" wrap. EnduratuffTM is:-

  • Now even Stronger and tougher.  Contact us for information about EnduratuffTM PLUS. This product has been specially enhanced to reduce damage caused by strapping.

  • Low dust attraction - so sawdust won't cling to it

  • Reduced sweating under the wrap (see below)

  • Easy open - won't snap back on itself when pulled out.

  • Available with huge logos and up to eght colour photographic print

  • Can be supplied in single sheet "mill rolls" up to 3200mm wide


Enduratuff


  • Tecnical Properties
  • By Day
  • By Night

EnduratuffTM is the latest product in the Pakaflex range. It was designed in response to customer feedback about issues with timber sweating. Enduratuff addresses this problem by incorporating both black and white plastic into the one wrap! The black inner layer absorbs heat from inside the wrap whilst the white outer layer reflects heat from the environment. This ensures that moisture does not condense inside the plastic and significantly reduces sweating. This product is based on the famous supatuff product and therefore is incredibly strong whilst thin. The combination of strong plastic and reduced moisture damage means that your timber will be in better condition for longer. This is a truly innovative wrap that will enable you to provide customers with a better product.

  • New technology and tougher polymers

  • Improved orientation and draw of the film further improving strength properties

  • Multi-layer extrusion with black on the inside and white on the outside finish for better heat and humidity control

  • Higher opacity for less UV discolouration

  • Anti-dust control and easy open out.

  • Anti-condensation control.

This information is offered solely for your consideration, investigation, verification and shall not be construed as a warranty or representation for which Pakaflex Pty Ltd assumes legal liability, except to the extent that such liability is imposed by legislation and cannot be excluded.; Values quoted are the result of tests on representative samples or extrapolated from Pakaflex Pty Ltd's suppliers polymer characteristics, and the product supplied may not conform in all respects. Pakaflex Pty Ltd reserves the right to make any improvements or amendments to the composition of any grade or product without alteration to the code number. In using Pakaflex Pty Ltd's products, you must establish for yourself the most suitable usage and control tests, to ensure the uniformity and quality of your product in compliance with all laws.;


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