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PVC Black Strap Tree Support Belting

Product Code: 160PS1755-pro

PVC tree belting is a cost effective way of securing most trees. PVC tree belting allows some stretch, which is of benefit to the tree in aiding wind resistance, but is still strong enough to last over 10years. For best results, PVC tree belting should be used with a rubber block or spacer bars. We suggest you use 25mm for trees with a girth of 16cm or less, and 38mm for trees with a girth up to 24cm.

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PVC tree belting is a cost effective way of securing most trees. PVC belting used widely when tree planting projects are undertaken and trees require a tree tie to secure them to a stake or cross bar, to reduce wind damage. PVC tree belting allows some stretch, which is of benefit to the tree in aiding wind resistance, but is still strong enough to last over 10 years. For best results, PVC tree belting should be used with a rubber block or spacer bars. We suggest you use 25mm for trees with a girth of 16cm or less, and 38mm for trees with a girth up to 24cm.

PVC Belting Sizes Available

  • HP25 - 25mm Width - 2mm Thick - 25m Length
  • HP40 - 38mm Width - 2mm Thick - 25m Length

Applications

  • Tree Support Tie
  • Tree Belting and Block
  • Tree Cross Bar Support
Rainbow PVC Belting PVC Belting Sizes Available HP25 - 25mm Width - 2mm Thick - 25m Length HP40 - 38mm Width - 2mm Thick - 25m Length
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