|1. Cut two lengths of Ty-Gard 2000® for each band required and one 5 ft length of TY-PATCH®. Then peel the backing sheet from the Ty-Gard 2000 and apply the adhesive strip to the wall in the predetermined position. We suggest that the adhesive start at least 1 ft (30 cm) back from the face of the load. Ty-Gard 2000 should be parallel to the floor. Using the bonding roller press firmly to the wall.
||2. Follow the same procedure on the opposite wall and bond to the contour of corrugations in Containers. Then finish loading materials in to the Container. Please contact your Ty-Gard 2000 representative to help you determine the number of bands required for your load (HAZMAT and Railroad loads require additional bands).
||3. Pull the Ty-Gard 2000 strips across the face of the load overlapping ends at least 1 ft (15cm). Cut excess if necessary.
||4. Next insert clothespin through the overlapping portions.
|5. Place the small wrench on first with the long wrench on top, position the handle flush against load. Both wrenches in matching "off" position.
||6. Use the small wrench to tension Ty-Gard 2000
||7.Remove backing and place TY-PATCH® across barrier using the bonding roller to assure proper adhesion. Use tape to attach Ty-Gard 2000 to the cargo.