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Screw Mount Zip Tie


Date: Wed, 15 Sep 2021

Price: $400.00

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The screw mount zip tie is made of UL-approved nylon 66, with a fire rating of 94V-2, acid and corrosion resistance. There is a screw hole at the head part, which can help to fix the zip ties with a screw.

Screw Mount Zip Tie Specifications
Material: Nylon66(ULapproved material)
Structure: Self locking head
Color: White/black/nature standard color, other colors are available on request
Working temperature: Applied from -40℃ to 85℃
Length: All lengths are available
Feature: Flame-retardant(94V-2), heat-resistant
Certificate: RoHS(SGS), CE
Application: Used to bundle cables, wires, conducts, plants or other things in the industry of electrical & electronic,  lighting, hardware, pharmaceutical, chemical, computer, machinery, agriculture, etc.
Delivery time: 3-15 days (Depend on your order quantity) after confirm order.
Payment terms: T/T,Western Union,PayPal

Screw Mount Zip Tie Parameters and Drawing
Item NO. L W (mm) Max.Bundle Dia.E ( mm ) Hole Dia. ( mm) Min.loop Tensile Strength

Inch mm LBS KGS
CJS-4xl50MT 6" 145 3.6 32 3.6 40 18
CJS-4x200MT 8M 220 3.6 42 3.6 40 18

Screw Mount Zip Tie Details

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