40' Wide Shrink Wrap - Products Below
40' wide shrink wrap is generally used for large boats and containment applications. Some larger boats may require an even greater width of film.
If the greatest measurements taken at the width or length of the boat to be wrapped exceed 40', please give us a call to discuss what the best option for your application might be.
Things to consider when determining which width is correct for your application:
The width of your shrink wrap will determine one dimension of the object to be wrapped. When securing shrink wrap to an object, the best practice is to leave an extra foot of film on each side of the object to be used for tucking around the perimeter strap and fusion of the film to itself. That foot of tuck on each side of the object allows the wrap about 2 less feet of actual spanning width and length. The shrink wrap roll is usually rolled out along the length of the object to be wrapped. This means the measurement of the object's width, from perimeter strap, up and over, then down to the other side of the perimeter strap, is at least 2 feet less than the width of the roll of shrink wrap, and the length of the object is at least 2 feet less than the length of the roll of shrink wrap. The roll may be pulled over the width of an object as well, which then limits the spanning length of the shrink wrap to 2 feet less of the roll's width, while increasing the spanning width of the shrink wrap to nearly the length of the roll used.