TAGAplus manufactures plastic staples and markets the staples along with a range of applicators for applying the staples for use in
- The building industry
- Applying labels onto timber
- Marine upholstery
- Furniture manufacturing
- Fitting safety matting on walkways & bridges
Recent publicity highlighting electrical accidents caused by people using metal staples demonstrates the need for a safer method of fixing to walls, floors etc. Plastic staples are ideal for these purposes.
- The staples are non conductive
- The staples are non-corrosive
- Resistant to light
- Resistant to common chemicals
- Do not chip or blunt down stream processing equipment
Installers of Alumunium Foil - 'Safe Solution' - our Plastic Staples are non-conductive
DIYers - Safety and home maintenance. Excellent for fixing loose cables & wires
Office use - Excellent for fixing loose cables & wires around the home/office
These are important aspects when dealing with conductive materials particularly in the building industry where metal staples could create dangerous situations.
TAGAplus have a range of applicators, to fix the plastic staples. The pneumatic Duoplas Stapler is specifically designed to handle the staples and is unique in that it can apply both sizes of staple simultaneously (a world first). TAGAplus also have a battery-operated applicator for portable use and, a hammer stapler in their range along with conventional hand operated staplers and tackers.
Plastic staples have been used in the timber industry for many years as they provide tamper proofing (they cannot be removed intact) and do not damage downstream processing equipment i.e. they do not chip or damage blades or cutters.
The TAGAplus range include:
- 1010 = 10mm crown, 10mm leg, 1.4mm profile
- 1013 = 10mm crown, 13mm leg, 1.4mm profile
- 1309 = 12.7mm crown, 9mm leg, 1.2mm profile
For further information contact either Derrick Woods or Lorraine Smith