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What is Webbing? Private

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  Webbing is a woven fabric that is distinguishable by its various 

material compositions, strength variations and widths. The webbing 

process essentially involves yarns that are woven via looms to 

create strips. While it is generally comparable to rope for its 

harnessing function, webbing is an extremely versatile component 

used in an array of industry applications, ranging from military 

apparel to automotive parts. Typically, webbing is fabricated in 

solid or tubular form, with each type having different applications 

and functions. While ropes are typically thick in texture, 

[url=http://www.huidawebbing.com/pret-webbing/]PRET webbing[/url] is 

produced in extremely lightweight parts. The primary materials used 

in the production of webbing include variations of polyester, nylon, 

and polypropylene. Cotton webbing is also available and is commonly 

used in commercial applications, including clothing apparel. Webbing 

is also customizable in a series of colors, designs and prints, and 

manufacturers can fabricate reflective webbing for safety 



    Standard Industry Applications 

    Webbing is found across various sectors. Standard 


webbing[/url] applications and associated industries include:

Seatbelts and harnesses; automotive industry

    Hiking, backpack and harnessing gear; sporting good retail 


    Safety bands and tapes; hospital and medical 


    Upholstery (seat bases); furniture manufacturing

    Uniform (suspenders) and accessories for various professions, 

e.g. police and military

    Web Processing: Solid (Flat) and Tubular

    Solid webbing is also known as flat webbing and is fabricated in 

varying degrees of thickness. Distinguished by its flat aesthetic, 

solid webbing is commonly used for applications like seatbelts. It 

is lightweight though it is susceptible to tearing, as stress from 

use tends to affect the outer surface of the material. Solid webbing 

is generally too stiff to function in applications that require 

knots, which is why this type of webbing is best suited for 

applications where the material can be sewn into a larger product. 

Backpack straps, for instance, are examples of this type of solid