Easy to get started
You do not have to be an absolute expert to do strapping yourself. The entry-level units KOS 13 and KOS 16 from TITAN are proof. Both impress with their simple handling and intuitive operation, extremely low weight and purely manual operation.
These features make both tools extremely popular for mobile and occasional use. The applications are versatile; both tools are designed for plastic strap (PP and PET). KOS 13 covers the strap widths 12 and 13 mm, KOS 16 the strap widths 15 and 16 mm.
Joining takes place using a seal of the type KOS 13 vz or KOS 16 vz. The purely mechanical operation as well as the single-lever technology for tensioning and joining make these tools the ideal choice for beginners who demand a cost-effective solution.
KOS 13 and KOS 16 - manual and mobile in minimalist design.
|Technical Data |
|Kind of drive (tensioning) ||Manually |
|Kind of drive (sealing) ||Manually |
|Dimensions ||12.6 x 2.6 x 6.5" (L x W x H) |
|Weight ||5.1 lb |
|Type of strap ||Plastic strap |
|Strap ||PP |
|Strap width ||0.472 - 0.512" |
|Strap thickness ||0.016 - 0.028" |
|Kind of seal ||Seal-joint (single notch) |
|Sealing strength |
(depending on strap quality, strap dimensions)
|approx. 65% of the strap breaking load |
|Strapping of flat packages (e.g. packages, palletized goods) for mobile use. |