Bay State: 24" Black Wire Ties - 50 Pieces (str: 175 lbs)

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L-24-175BLK
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$19.44

Bay State: 24" Black Nylon Wire Ties - (Part#:B24H0L)

This package of Wire Ties (Zip Ties) contains 50 individual ties.

These are a general purpose nylon that is high in strength and lightweight. It carries the same features as the natural nylon but also protects aganist UV light. It contains well-dispersed carbon black for maximum resistance to weathering. This material is designed for outdoor applications.


    Features:
  • Tensile Strength: 175 pounds (79.37 kg)
  • Bundle Diameter: 3/16" to 7"
  • Mounting Hole Diameter: 3/16"
  • Color: Black
  • Material: UV Stabilized Nylon 6/6 UL Listed.
  • MIL-Spec: 3367-1, 2, 4, 9
  • UV Stabilized: Yes
  • Operating Temperature: -40 degrees - 185 degrees Fahrenheit (85 Celsius)

∗∗ MATERIAL NOTES ∗∗

Natural Nylon 6/6: General Purpose nylon is high in strength and lightweight. It is non-toxic and offers a wide temperature range. Nylon 6/6 is a hydroscopic material, which absorbs and releases moisture.

UV Stabilized Nylon 6/6 (Black Only): Ultraviolet Nylon offers the same features of the natural nylon but also protects against UV light. It contains well-dispersed carbon black for maximum resistance to weathering. This material is designed for outdoor applications.


Manufacturer's Description:

Bay State - Now: American Elite Molding LLC (AEM) is America's leading manufacturer of nylon cable ties. Located in Crestview, Florida, the 75,000-square-foot state-of-the-art facility operates 24/7/365 and boasts the most advanced production processes in the U.S. AEM offers an extensive line of cable ties in a variety of lengths, tensile strengths, and colors, plus accessories such as mounting pads and cable clamps.

More Information
Product Name Bay State: 24" Black Wire Ties - 50 Pieces (str: 175 lbs)
SKU L-24-175BLK
Price 19.44
Brand AMERICAN ELITE MOLDING
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