Consider this scenario: you need bags to store your small but heavy components, and all you have on hand are plastic bags. The gauge – that is, the measurement of thickness – of the plastic bags clocks out at 50um tops. It qualifies as light grade plastic – hardly thick or durable enough for your needs. There’s also the question of longevity – because it’s light grade plastic, it can be expected to break down fast. It’s not ideal!
On top of that, there’s the question of reusability when using plastics for storage. Most plastic bags are just sleeves with a sealed bottom and an open top; how are you supposed to seal them properly? There are impulse sealers, which seal plastics with heat, but this sealing method tends to be permanent – reopening the bag would mean tearing the sleeve open if you needed something from inside it. This limits the plastic bag’s reusability, making regular light grade plastic bags hardly a practical option when it comes to storage solutions.
And because most of our critical components tend to be made predominantly from steel (much like the steel pallet and its accessories), there’s also the challenge of keeping small components rust- or corrosion-free when stored in plastic bags.
There has to be a better option, right?
Here is where the Daywalk Heavy Duty Resealable Bags come in. Saturated with UV stabilisation and VCI corrosion inhibitors, the Daywalk Heavy Duty Resealable Bags might be the solution you’re looking for. The product is 100um heavy duty gauge, and has UV stability – the bags have a longer lifespan because of this. These bags also feature a resealable tab, which makes it easier to store components repeatedly.
The product also features corrosion prevention in the form of VCI masterbatch saturation, which means that the rusting process for steel components is mitigated when stored in the Daywalk Heavy Duty Resealable Bags.
Nothing lasts forever in this world, but the rusting process is certainly slowed down with these bags.
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