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WEBBING

POLYESTER

Widths: 1 Inch | 1.5 Inch | 1.75 Inch | 2 Inch | 3 Inch | 4 Inch
Polyester Seatbelt Webbing: 1 Inch | 2 Inch | 3 Inch
Polyester is the superior webbing for most applications. It combines the benefits of nylon and polpropylene webbing while being offered at a reasonable prices. The only real downside to polyester webbing is some types are not color-fast. Non color-fast means that the webbing color can rub off. However, this minor color issue is rarely an concern compared to its many benefits. Polyester is available in both flat polyester webbing and seatbelt webbing.
    Advantages
  • High Strength (3000-6000 lbs per inch)
  • High Abrasion Resistance
  • Low Water Absorption
  • Minimal Stretch
  • Resistant to Mildew and Rot
  • High Melting Point (approx 500 deg F)
  • High UV Resistance
    Disadvantages
  • Dyes Can Be Non-color fast
  • Moderate Cost
    Common Uses
  • Heavy Duty Tie-Downs
  • Outdoor Applications
  • High Abrasion Applications

SUBLIMATED
POLYESTER

Widths: 1 Inch | 1.5 Inch | 2 Inch
Sublimated Seatbelt Webbing: 1 Inch | 2 Inch | 
Sublimated Polyester is the ultimate webbing for custom design webbing. Sublimated polyester provides all the benefits of polyester with unlimited design potential. Colors, patterns, logos and custom art can be sublimated into polyester webbing.
    Advantages
  • High Strength (3000-6000 lbs per inch)
  • High Abrasion Resistance
  • Low Water Absorption
  • Resistant to Mildew and Rot
  • High Melting Point (approx 500 deg F)
  • High UV Resistance
  • Color-fast
    Disadvantages
  • Higher Cost
  • Shrinkage during production
  • Increased stretch compared to dyed polyester
    Common Uses
  • Tie-Downs
  • Pet Leashes and Collars
  • Displays and Advertising

NYLON

Flat Nylon Widths: 1 Inch | 1.5 Inch | 2 Inch
Tubular Nylon Widths: 1 Inch
Nylon has many beneficial characteristics including strength and abrasion resistance. It is available in both flat nylon and tubular nylon. Tubular nylon has no defined edges and is great for skin contact. The biggest problem with nylon is water absorption. Due to water absorption, stretching, mildew and rought are downfalls of this webbing type.
    Advantages
  • High Strength (2000-5500 lbs per inch)
  • High Abrasion Resistance
  • Moderate UV Resistance
  • Soft to Touch
  • Color-Fast
  • High Melting Point (approx 400 deg F)
    Disadvantages
  • Water Absorption
  • Mildew and Rot
  • High Cost
  • Moderate Stretch
    Common Uses
  • Heavy Duty Tie-Downs
  • Items Requiring Skin Contact

POLYPROPYLENE

Widths: 1 Inch | 1.5 Inch | 2 Inch | 3 Inch | 4 Inch
Polypropylene, commonly call polypro, is the most cost effective webbing available. It is available in lightweight and heavyweight strengths. Lightweight polypro typically has a breakstrength of 600 lbs per inch wide. Heavyweight polypro is commonly 800 lbs per inch wide. Abrasion resistance can be a disadvantage polypropylene.
    Advantages
  • High Water Resistance
  • Color-Fast
  • Low Cost
    Disadvantages
  • Low Strength (600-800 lbs per inch)
  • Low Abrasion Resistance
  • Mid-level UV Resistance
  • Low melting point (approx 330 def F)
    Common Uses
  • Light Duty Tie-Downs
  • Marine Applications

BY THE ROLL:
  • All CustomTieDowns.com Webbing is available by the roll
  • Webbing Rolls are either 150 feet or 300 feet
  • Rolls are guaranteed to have no more than three "splices"
  • Rolls are the least expensive way to purchase webbing
  • Quantity discounts are available
  • CUT TO LENGTH:
  • Webbing cut to length is priced based on the length of the cut strap
  • Cut to length webbing is GUARANTEED to be continuous, it will not have splices or breaks
  • Quantity discounts are available based on the number of cut straps purchased

  • WEBBING WARNING!
    All webbing has a published tensile breaking strength. Break strength is tested by a straight tensile pull to failure. Webbing strength is always reduced after sewing. If using our webbing to make your own strap assemblies, always strength test your strap after sewing to ensure the proper strength is achieved. Each type of webbing has advantages and disadvantages associated with its construction.
    CustomTieDowns.com stocks hundreds of different webbing options. All of our stock webbing is shown online, but if you need a webbing not listed, let us help you find it. For more information or to receive a quote, please contact us at 1-877-360-5528 or by email at sales@customtiedowns.com.