English español português русский latviešu

беларуская Українська   






 In Stock 

A twine is a thin strong thread formed by twisting fibers. It is made of natural and synthetic (kapron, viscose, polypropylene) fibers. The most durable and at the same time cheap material for the production of twine is polypropylene - a chemically resistant polymer of propylene. Polypropylene has a high chemical resistance, strength, not subject to corrosion cracking. 

 Polypropylene twine is used in a variety of areas: it can be packaging twine - for packaging of goods, in trade, food and furniture industry, construction, greenhouse. The most common twine is used for automatic binding when binding bales of straw and hay in agriculture. This sort is called polypropylene baler twine – it’s a twine with a linear density of 2200 TEX. 

 TEX 1700 twine is universal and suitable for all domestic and imported balers and it is an analogue of the domestic TEX 2200 twine. Owing to unique technologies the twine turns out to be very soft that helps to double its service life, reduces loading on equipment, increases its productivity and reduces wear. TEX 1700 twine by its characteristics corresponds (and by some parameters such as linear strength, knot strength, effective length, exceeds) to TEX 2200 twine. At the same time, the length of 1 kg of the Tex 1700 twine is 600 meters, and that of Tex 2200 twine is 375-400 meters, what allows you to bind with the Tex 1700 twine a large quantity of bales (65-70 pcs instead of 50-55 pcs), and when you are recalculating for the cost of one meter, the price stays the same.



• Thermal and moisture resistance: due to these properties, the baler twines can be used both outdoors and in wet areas;

• high resistance to wear, cracking, multiple bends;

• Not influenced by rot, mold, fungus.


O tamanho máximo do arquivo é 5mb (jpg, jpeg, png, pdf, doc)

Share on social networks