Cable ties

Dimension 160mm x 4,8mm

Raw material characteristics:

  • Raw Material: Produce from 100% polyamide PA-66
  • Moisture absorption:2,7 % (50% relative humidity )
  • Operating temperature:-40oC to + 85oC
  • Installation temperature:-10oC to +60oC
  • Melting point:+260oC
  • Eligibility classification:V2 acc. To UL 94
  • Resistance to sunlight UV:Black color

Resistance to chemicals:

  • Excellent strength in bases
  • Oils, petroleum products
  • Limited acid resistance
  • Seawater resistant
  • And not resistant to Phenols

Product Dimensions:

  • Max Bundl Dia / m.m.  Ø :42mm
  • Min Bundl Dia / m.m.   Ø :3,7mm
  • Maximum Strength:22 kg. 220 N
  • Width:160mm
  • Length:4,8mm
  • Thickness:1,44mm
  • QTY 100 items.
  • QTY: 35 carton/100 items.

They are suitable for the following markets and industries:

  • Solar energy sector
  • Wind energy sector
  • Rail transport
  • Electronics industry
  • Aerospace industry
  • Ship industry
  • Defense industry



  • Black
  • White
  • Black UV
  • Red
  • Yellow
  • Green
  • Blue
  • Grey
  • Brown


Cable ties, also known as zip ties or tie-wraps, is a type of fastener, especially for binding several electronic cables or wires together and to organize cables and wires. In its common form, the nylon cable tie consists of a tape section with triangular teeth that slope in one direction. The head of the cable tie has a slot with a flexible pawl that rides up the slope of these teeth when the tape is inserted. The pawl engages the backside of these teeth to stop removal of the tape.


Cable ties were first invented by Thomas & Betts, an electrical company, in 1958 under the brand name Ty-Rap. Initially they were designed for airplane wire harnesses. The original design used a metal tooth, and these can still be obtained. Thomas & Betts and others, e.g. Panduit and Hellermann, later changed to the nylon/plastic design. The design has over the years been extended and developed into numerous spin-off products.