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UV-resistant cable ties with metal latch fastening

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UV-resistant cable ties with metal latch fastening

For quick, problem-free and reliable bundling of cables, cable harnesses and hoses etc., at elevated requirements of minimum tensile strength.

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Corrosion-resistant, anti-magnetic metal latch fastening


  • Excellent binding behaviour even under the toughest conditions such as moisture, heat, cold etc.

  • Sturdy and insensitive to vibrations and external influences


Can be processed by hand


No additional assembly tools required



Convenient looping


Angled cable ends: 2.4 + 3.6 + 4.8 mm



Additional user safety


Increased tensile strength compared to standard cable ties with plastic tabs

UL authorisation E49405

The UV resistant cable ties meet the ISO 4892-2 standard: Plastics - synthetic irradiation or weathering in equipment – part 2: xenon-arc lamps. 1000 hours of irradiation or weathering using this test method is required by the IEC 62275, EN 62275 and UL 1565 standards for UV-resistant cable ties.



This test procedure involves a short test. This test cannot be extrapolated in accordance with the actual service life of cable ties under irradiation or weathering with UV lights.


A number of factors may impair the grade of correlation between short tests with laboratory light sources and the actual exposure to external light sources under real operating conditions.


a) Differences in the spectral distribution of laboratory light sources and daylight


b) Weathering or irradiation periods in which ongoing weathering or irradiation with light from a laboratory light source without any periods of darkness is used


c) Weathering or irradiation conditions under which very frequent changes between high and low test temperatures arise or unrealistic temperature shocks are created


d) Unrealistically high or low humidity level


e) Lack of biological agents or pollutants.