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Bushings and Grommets are used to insulate between an opening in a panel and any items (most often cables and wire) that are inserted into the opening. These devices can also hold the inserted objects securely between the two sides of the opening. The characteristics are bushing/grommet type, panel thickness, panel cutout dimensions, diameter inside, and material.
Cable Ties - Holders and Mountings
Cable Tie Holders and Mountings devices are designed to hold wire ties securely to another item. The types are dual opening, multiple opening, quad opening, signal opening, standard, triple opening, and 2-dual opening with the mounting types being adhesive, cable tie, clip on, edge mount, epoxy, magnetic, masonry screw, push in, push mount, rivet, screw, stud, staple, tie mount, torque mount, and weld stud mount.
Cable Ties and Zip Ties
Cable Ties and Cable Lacing are a strip of fabric, metal, or plastic that is used to bundle or secure items together. The two ends of the strip are connected using a variety of fastening techniques. The bundle diameters vary from 0.10” (2.49 mm) to 44.00” (1117.60 mm) and have tensile strengths ranging from 8 lbs. (3.62 kg) to 1200 lbs. (544.32 kg).
Cable and Cord Grips
Cable and cord grip products, sometimes also called cable feedthroughs, cable glands, or cable seals, are a family of products used to mechanically secure a cable or wire as it passes through an enclosure wall or exits a sealed conduit, guarding against abrasion at the exit point and damage to the internal portion from excess tension applied to the outer portion. Many such products also provide a high degree of environmental protection, allowing an enclosure to remain sealed against ingress of moisture even though a cable or wire is passed through its outer wall.
Grounding Braid, Straps
Products in this family are woven from fine strands of conductive material into a form having either a rectangular or circular cross-section, and sold as either a simple length of such material or an assembly with a terminal of some form pre-applied. The woven construction provides significant flexibility, and in the case of tubular materials, an interesting property of constricting diametrically when stretched axially allows it to function as a "finger trap". Such products are commonly used for creating electrical connections between machine or enclosure components, and in cable harness assembly for purposes of electrostatic shielding, abrasion resistance, or cosmetic purposes.
Heat Shrink Tubing
Heat Shrink Tubing are hollow tubes of woven material with both ends open. These tubes become smaller in size as they warmed by hot air or a flame. Most often used as insulation material when connecting wires together, these tubes can be used to group wires together, or insulate items from mechanical wear plus a lot more. The shrinking ratio ranges from 1.2:1 to 6:1 with lengths from 0.031’ (9.52mm, 0.38”) to 6562.0’ (2000.0m) and an inner diameter ranges of 0.014” (0.36mm) to 11.220” (284.99mm).
Items in this family are materials and products used for marking or labeling wires, circuit breakers, switches, etc. They range from bulk materials such as heat shrinkable tubing that can be written on prior to application, to rolls of pre-cut labels of uniform size designed for use with a specific manufacturer's printing equipment. Similar items with pre-printed letters, characters, or other information are not included.
Protective Hoses, Solid Tubing, Sleeving
Protective Hoses, Solid Tubing, and Sleeving are hollow pieces of Aramid, Ethylene Tetrafluoroethylene, Fiberglass, Polyamide, Polyester, Polyethylene, Polymer, Polyolefin, Polypropylene, Polytetrafluoroethylene, Polyvinylidene, Silica, Stainless Steel, and Steel in operating temperatures of -200°C to +648°C in lengths ranging from 0.062’ (19.05mm, 0.75”) to 1000’ (3048.00m) with both ends open.
Pulling, Support Grips
Pulling, support and strain relief grips are cable and cable mesh devices designed to distribute the weight of vertical or sloping runs of electrical and fiber optic cable, metal rods, tubing or hose over the length of the grip to avoid damage. Grips are selected by cable diameter, mesh length, bale length, eye type and breaking strength. Grip styles include bus drop, fiber optic, I-Grip, heavy, junior, medium and standard duties.
Wire Ducts, Raceways - Accessories
Accessories for Wire Ducts and Raceways are parts designed to help hang, modify, fasten or complete the wire duct/raceway. The accessory types are adapter, alarm box, brackets, clips, communication pole assembly, connector kit, corner, DIN rail fastener, duct, electrical box, extension box, fan or fixture box, fastener, fiber spool bracket, fittings, floor guard, hanging box, installation tool, junction box, mounting base, outlet box, power box, reducer, rivet, wallplate, and work station outlet.
Wire Ducts, Raceways
Wire Ducts or Raceways are designed to hold wires and cables that are not strung through a wall, ceiling, or inside an electrical cabinet. The characteristics are wire duct type, height, length, width, mounting type, and material. The wire duct types are flexible, round hole (raceway), slotted (raceway), solid (raceway), and solid wall with mounting types of adhesive, bracket mount, DIN Rail fasteners, fastener, rivet, and screw.