What types of materials are used in scaffolding shrink wrap?

Verisafe scaffolding shrink wrap is typically made of high-quality polyethylene material that is resistant to UV radiation, weathering, and punctures.

Scaffolding shrink wrap in general is typically made of a strong, durable, and weather-resistant plastic material such as low-density polyethylene (LDPE) or high-density polyethylene (HDPE). These materials are chosen for their strength, flexibility, and ability to withstand harsh weather conditions.

The shrink wrap film used in scaffolding is typically a multi-layered plastic film that is heat-shrunk onto the scaffolding structure, creating a tight and secure seal. It is important that the shrink wrap used is UV stabilized to prevent degradation due to exposure to sunlight.

In addition to the plastic film itself, scaffolding shrink wrap may also include other materials such as reinforcement strapping or zipper access doors to allow for easy access to the scaffolding structure. Some shrink wrap may also include fire retardant additives to meet local fire safety regulations.