Hyper-V™ Series, Cable Ties - Holders and Mountings

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HVTM-05-C0
CABLE TIE HLDR SCREW #5 BLACK
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Screw, #5 (M3)
Nylon, Weather Resistant
HVTM-06-C0
CABLE TIE HLDR DUAL SCRW #12 BLK
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Dual Opening
0.81" L x 0.68" W x 0.41" H (20.6mm x 17.3mm x 10.4mm)
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Screw, #12 (M6)
Nylon, Weather Resistant
HVMPM-08-C0
CABLE TIE HLDR SGL PUSH MNT BLK
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Single Opening
0.54" L x 0.47" W x 1.63" H (13.7mm x 11.9mm x 41.4mm)
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Black
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Push In - Ribbed Shaft
Nylon 6.6, Weather Resistant

About  Cable Ties - Holders and Mountings

Cable tie holders and mounting devices are specifically designed to provide a secure attachment point for wire ties or cable ties. These devices play a crucial role in fastening and organizing cables, wires, and other similar items. They ensure that the cable ties are firmly held in place, preventing them from slipping or becoming loose. There are several types of cable tie holders and mounting devices available, each catering to different requirements. These types include dual opening, multiple opening, quad opening, signal opening, standard, triple opening, and 2-dual opening. Each type offers specific features and benefits, allowing users to choose the most suitable option for their particular application. When selecting cable tie holders and mounting devices, the mounting type is an important consideration. The mounting type determines how the holder or device is attached to another item or surface. Common mounting types include 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. Each mounting type offers different installation methods and compatibility with various surfaces or materials. Choosing the appropriate cable tie holder or mounting device depends on factors such as the size and type of wire ties being used, the nature of the application, and the mounting surface. It is essential to consider the specific requirements and conditions of the installation to ensure a secure and reliable attachment. In conclusion, cable tie holders and mounting devices are essential components for effectively securing and organizing cables and wires. By considering factors such as type and mounting type, users can select the most suitable devices to securely hold wire ties and maintain a neat and organized wiring system.