Heat-resistant cable ties are a type of cable tie that is specifically designed to be used in environments where high temperatures are present. These cable ties are made of materials that can withstand temperatures of up to 105°C, making them suitable for use in applications where heat can be a potential issue, such as in industrial processes, the automotive industry, or electrical equipment.
The heat-resistant cable tie is typically made of polyamide 6.6, which has high temperature resistance. Nylon 6.6 is a thermoplastic material that can withstand high temperatures.
Heat-resistant cable ties often have high tensile strength and are available in different sizes. This makes it easy to choose the right cable tie for the specific application. Heat-resistant cable ties are also often provided with a ribbed pattern on the outside, which gives them a good grip and prevents them from coming loose easily.
The use of heat-resistant cable ties is important because it helps to ensure safety in applications where high temperatures are present. For example, they can be used to bundle cables in machines or equipment that produce high temperatures, to prevent cables from being damaged or getting in the way. Additionally, they can be used in environments where there is a lot of vibration or movement, such as in the automotive industry, because they provide a reliable and secure fastening of the cables.
Made of heat-resistant polyamide 6.6 with a temperature range of -40…+105°C. The cable ties are silicone and halogen-free, natural in color with a light green tint, and are standardly equipped with a metal clip.
Made of heat-resistant polyamide 6.6 with a temperature range of -60…+115°C. The cable ties are silicone and halogen-free, black in color, and are not standardly equipped with a metal clip.