Velcro straps are reusable and adjustable fasteners of various sizes and styles that provide a simple and effective way to bundle or control objects. They are used by a wide variety of users and industries to bundle cables, cords, wires and other items.
Originally developed in the 1950s, Velcro quickly made a name for itself in medical and aerospace applications. Nurses affixed it to blood pressure gauges and patient gowns, NASA astronauts secured pens, food packets and equipment they didn’t want floating away in space, and automotive manufacturers used it on headliners and door panels.
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Velcro safety straps are commonly found in hospitals and other medical facilities for use on operating tables. These straps are versatile, safe for use on a patient’s skin, easily disposable, and feature residue-free features.
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Unlike traditional Velcro straps, these Velcro straps are actually made from an elastic loop that runs across the strap. This makes the straps more durable, and able to resist ripping or fraying.
These straps are strong enough to replace traditional screws, bolts and rivets on a variety of different materials. They are also very easy to re-attach or adjust.
VELCRO (r) Brand hook and loop cinch straps are available in both nylon and polypropylene. Nylon is good for general-purpose use, but polypropylene offers better sunlight and moisture resistance. This is especially useful for sewn fabric dunnage that’s stored in outdoor environments.