ABB’s 7-in. Ty-Rap cable tie is designed to withstand the demands of space flight and resist corrosion and radiation in extreme environments. NASA used it to fasten the Perseverance Rover’s interior and exterior conduit and components and to secure research and lab equipment. Perseverance landed on Mars on Feb. 18.
HellermannTyton’s IT18R9C2 cable tie features an identification plate that allows bundles to be easily marked and identified. Plates can be marked manually with a permanent marker or with a preprinted adhesive label. It can secure wire and cable harnesses.
HellermannTyton’s 111-01715 wide stray cable tie is designed to minimize pinching of soft hoses and convoluted tubing. The low-profile head with clamping rails provide compact bundling with a full-circumferential compression around bundles. The bent tail allows for quick insertion into head or mounts.
Hellermann Tyton’s RTT750HR 26.9-in. releasable cable tie features a design feature on the head allows excess strap to be tucked away after installation. It has a 200-lb. tensile strength and features a specially designed head and trigger to allow for repeated use in temporary bundling applications.
Advanced Cable Ties’ nylon 12 cable tie is molecularly designed for solar and extreme weather applications and can withstand sun rays. The low water absorption and density maintains stability, and it is chemically resistant and insensitive to stress cracking. The smooth edges eliminate abrasion damage.
ABB’s Ty-Rap cable tie features a stainless steel locking device. It is designed with a smooth, notchless body that reduces the number of stress points, while ribs and stipples grip the bundle and prevent slipping.