Zip / Cable Tie - 8" Inch x 1/8" Inch - UV Resistant

ZIPTIE8INCH

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Zip / Cable ties are one of the most popular ways to fasten wires and tidy them up.

Zip / Cable Tie - 8" Inch x 1/8" Inch - UV Resistant

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Zip / Cable ties are one of the most popular ways to fasten wires and tidy them up. They have nearly an unlimited amount of uses out there. If you are unfamiliar with zip ties, we highly recommend that you change that. Zip ties will become your best friend for every little project that you undertake. The 8" size is a perfect all around size for nearly anything.

Product:

  • 50 pounds minimum tensile strength (standard) cable ties
  • Length 8", width 1/8"
  • Made out of finest Nylon 6/6
  • Color : Black
  • Also called muti-purpose tie, wire tie, zip tie

 

Features:

  • Maximum bundle diameter: 2 inch
  • ISO9002 certified, meet all industrial standard
  • Bent tip, finger grip tip, low threading force, no sharp edges ensure smooth zip in, easiest handling and installation.
  • UV (Ultra Violet rays) RESISTANT
  • Absolutely trouble free. Satisfaction guaranteed.
  • Some Common Uses: Widely used in household, construction industry, electronic industry, cable and wire assembly, packaging and shipping, outdoor activities

Additional Information

Color Black
Size 8" (Inch) x 1/8" (Inch)
Operating Temp. (Temperature) N/A

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