Load containment is the most critical aspect of protecting our customers’ products — from manufacturing site to eventual destination. The cost of product damage during transportation is far too great for any business. Understanding the best ways to evaluate stretch-film products and training your teams on stretch-film application is critical to the handling, safety and transportation process.
Bulk Lift has the best product specialist to educate our customers on the proper selection of high-quality stretch films and the environments that warrant a specific film grade. Our specialist will do more than just train your employees on the proper use of stretch film. We tailor all of our applications to the customer-specific environment and its demands through…
- Machinery modifications and installations (semi- and automatic equipment)
- Ergonomics of product handling
- Film monitoring systems
- Quarterly film evaluations and certifications
- Business reviews across multi-plant locations
- Analysis of competitor film grades and specifications
- National RFQ platforms for large-scale purchasing programs
Machine Film Specifications:
- Widths: 20" & 30" (all standard in stock machine-film gauges)
- Standard Gauges: 50, 55, 60, 63, 70, 80, 90, 100, 105, 110, 115, 120
- Engineered Gauges for high performance films (in stock): 42, 47, 54
Hand Film Specifications:
- Widths: 11' – 18" films (all standard in stock hand-film gauges)
- Standard Gauges: 51, 55, 60, 65, 67, 70, 80, 85, 90, 100, 110, 115, 120, 135, 150
- Engineered Gauges for pre-stretch and high-performance films available
Custom Specifications: Available upon request (machine and hand films)
- We offer quality stretch film products from the premier stretch film manufacturers in North America
- Our engineering team can demonstrate the most efficient and functional load containment applications and measurement systems in the industry
Film Gauge Calculator
If you are unsure of a film’s gauge you can use this tool to determine the approximate gauge. Cut a sample of the film. 20 feet or more is recommended for better resolution.
Please enter inches and feet in decimal units. Measuring weight with equipment capable of displaying hundredths of an ounce will give you a much better estimate of gauge than a scale that only shows tenths. And the more accurate your length, the better your results will be. This calculator will distinguish a 63 gauge from an 80 gauge but may not be able to identify a 79 gauge versus an 80 gauge.