8 Inch - 50lb - Strong Cable Ties with Mounting Hole Strap - Black - 100 Per Pack
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8 Inch - 50lb - Strong Zip Ties with Mounting Hole Strap - Black - 100 Per Pack
ShowMeCables' zip locking cable ties provide a quick, secure, and organized way to support cables and wires. The one-piece design allows for quick mechanical mounting and reduced cost. Cable ties are a great solution for many other projects as well.
- Mounting Hole
- Length: 8 in.
- Color: Black
- Screw Size: No. 10
- Quantity: 100 pack
- Tensile Strength: 50 lb.
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including phthalates, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
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The WEEE Directive set collection, recycling and recovery targets for all types of electrical goods in the European community. It stands for Wate Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive.
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Q: What is tensile strength?
A: Tensile Strength represents the weight the cable tie can support. ShowMeCables offers 3 different strengths of cable ties; 18 50 and 120 lb. 18 lb. is the most common with the 50 and 120 pound ties regularly used for heavy cable applications.
Q: What does Plenum rated mean?
A: Plenum rated cable and installation hardware is required for jobs where cable is going to be run in return air space. In most buildings this area is above drop ceilings or under raised floors. The materials required to pass plenum standards are much more expensive than non-plenum-rated designs.