Securing entangled cables together is a very complex and time-intensive process. Cable ties work to counteract this. They are essential to lay cables in order and to keep them under control.
Cable ties were invented in 1954 by George M. Rapata. They are available in different widths, lengths and colours as well as from different materials such as polyamide 6.6, polyurethane and stainless steel. Since 1968 cable ties have been produced mainly from polyamide 6.6 by means of an injection molding process instead of from PVC. This results in improved product features such as weather resistance. They are also flame, abrasion- and deformation, grease, oil, chlorate and alkalis resistant as well as temperature-resistant from -40 °C to 85 °C. Acid resistance is conditional.
Cable ties - versatile use
Cable ties provide for the orderly fastening of cables to objects or to each other. For this reason, they are widely used in, for example, the following industries:
At Automation24, you will find quality cable ties from the manufacturer BIT Bierther GmbH in the category Connection technology at favourable prices. These are made from the material Polyamide 6.6. and guarantee a high tensile strength as well as reliable fastening. The cable ties can be purchased in the widths of 2.5 mm to 12.5 mm and in the lengths of 100 to 1,000 mm. They meet the fire protection standards according to UL 94 V2.
Purchase cable ties from BIT Bierther GmbH at the best prices from Automation24 and ensure secure and orderly fastening of your cables today.