How are plastic seals generally used?
Plastic seals, also known as cable ties, cable lock seals, and lock straps. According to materials, plastic seals can generally be divided into nylon seals, stainless steel seals, and plastic-sprayed stainless steel seals; according to functions, there are many types, including ordinary seals, retractable seals, label seals, fixed lock seals, latch seals, and heavy tension Seals and so on. Usually, plastic seals are disposable products and can only be opened after violent destruction.
Plastic seals, as the name suggests, are straps for binding things. They are designed with a stop function and can only be tied tighter and tighter. Divided into metal seals (usually stainless steel materials) and plastic seals (usually nylon materials), commonly used in aviation, freight, containers, food and chemical, warehouses, cash bags, postal parcels, safes, etc.
The seal is made of UL-approved nylon-66 material, with a fire rating of 94V-2, acid resistance, corrosion resistance, good insulation, not easy to age, lightweight, safe, non-toxic, and strong. The operating temperature is minus 40 to 90 degrees. The comprehensive mechanical properties are far superior to general engineering plastics, and it is an ideal material to replace copper, stainless steel, and other non-ferrous metals.
The use of plastic seals is very simple, just pass one end of the seal through the goods to be tied, and then pass the lock bar through the lock head to adjust it to an appropriate length. When disassembling the plastic seal, you need to pay attention to the use of tools. The seal is a disposable product. You only need to align the lock strip and cut it to complete the removal of the seal.