Webbing tape, also known as narrow fabric, is a strong woven textile that is developed and produced in a variety of forms for use in a variety of industries. It is exceedingly versatile, frequently substituting steel wire, rope, or chain in both industrial and non-industrial uses. Webbing is often made of either flat or tubular cloth. Flat is more stiff and frequently stronger than tubular, which is more flexible but occasionally thicker. The type used is frequently determined by the needs of the final application.
Seatbelts, load straps, and strapping for bags and canvas products are examples of frequent applications for webbing material. Sporting goods, furniture, equestrian saddlery, nautical and yachting equipment, pet leashes, footwear, and fitness clothes are among its commercial applications. Jacquard Webbing tape is preferred over traditional materials in industrial applications such as mining, automotive and transportation, rigging, and other industrial manufacturing processes due to its ease of usage, minimal risk, and proven safety benefits.