603, 2017

Attachment Methods Is The Most Important Step to Shrink Wrap Process

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Attachment Methods for Boats and Large/ Small Equipment
Attachment may be the most important step to the Shrink Wrapping Process! Getting the tough skin tight barrier you desire, relies on proper attachment. Having a suitable attachment method ensures the plastic will not pull in or let air flow enter inside your enclosed wrap job. Make sure […]

603, 2017

Choosing The Right Mil Thickness For Your Project

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Are You Using The Right Mil Thickness For Your Project?
Choosing the right shrink wrap mil thickness for your project is vital to a successful wrap job at the right price. When it comes to plastic, a lot of people tend to think… “The thicker the better”. This statement is un-true. Industrial Shrink Wrap
(when applied […]

603, 2017

Why You Need a Propane Fired Heat Gun for Industrial Shrink Wrap…

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At Pro-Tect Plastic & Supply, Inc. our representatives have extensive experience in the field and have completed the Shrink Wrapping Process on a wide variety of projects using different methods. We know from experience: The Shrinkfast 998 Propane Shrink Wrap Heat Gun will support the most challenging projects more rapidly & cost-effectively than other heat […]

2409, 2015

Don’t Skip This Step While Shrink Wrapping Your Boat!

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Pro-Tect Your Boat During Weatherization Process:
Shrink Wrap is an impermeable material, so it is crucial to have some type of ventilation/ anti-moisture system in place if your boat is shrink wrapped for storage purposes. Moisture can lead to mold, mildew and bacteria that can ruin the interior and upholstery of the boat. Shrink wrap vents […]