Twist-to-break cable ties from Connect Workshop Consumables

January 11, 2024
Twist-to-break cable ties from Connect Workshop Consumables
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Connect Workshop Consumables have introduced Twist-To-Break Cable Ties, a versatile and dependable solution for all cable management requirements. 


The twist-to-break functionality ensures easy usage and secure fastening for cables, wires, and much more. Unlike other cable ties that have sharp cut ends, these twist-to-break cable ties have a serrated-tie body which leaves a smooth and safe breaking edge after twisting. The users can just twist off with their fingers, with no cutting, and no sharp edges. No additional tools are required and the ties are self-locking to ensure a secure hold.

Four sizes are available: 102mm x 2.8mm (part number 31806), 200mm x 4.6mm (part number 31807), 300mm x 4.6mm (part number 31808), and 360mm x 8mm (part number 31809). There are  50 high-quality cable ties included in each set. 

The ties are manufactured from heavy-duty Nylon 66, a tough material that has a loop tensile strength of 8kg and excellent heat resistance. They are also RoHS and REACH compliant.

The new ties sets are part of the extensive consumables range from Connect Workshop Consumables and are available now from stockist nationwide. 
 
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