Stainless Steel Cable Ties

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BAND-IT Cable Ties - Manufactured from Stainless Steel

BAND-IT Cable Ties – Manufactured from Stainless Steel

Cable Ties

Thorne & Derrick distribute Stainless Steel Cable Ties manufactured by BAND-IT for bundling, strapping and locating low, medium and high voltage MV HV cables in industrial and hazardous area locations where high temperature and exposure to corrosive atmospheres requires high specification cable tie and clamping solutions.

The cable ties are used to bundle, fasten, clamp and tie LV MV HV cables onto cable containment including cable tray, ladder or basket – high strength, corrosion-resistant cable ties provide excellent support and location for all types of power, control and instrumentation cables where resistance to chemical corrosion, UV and vibration.

We provide competitive prices for stainless steel cable ties and cable cleats from extensive stocks to UK and international destinations.

Features of Stainless Steel Ties For Onshore & Offshore Cable Management 

  • Reusable – cable ties remain securely fastened in location until manually removed
  • Metal Detectable – the stainless steel ties are ideal for use in food processing facilities
  • Temperature Resistant – unaffected by extreme heat, fire or cold conditions
  • Corrosion Resistant – suitable for aggressive locations including salt-spray resistant
  • Durable – the cable ties will not crack and are resistant to extreme cold or ultra violet (UV)
  • Quick, Easy Installation – no specialist installation cable tie tools are required

Loop Tensile Strength – the maximum amount of force, applied radially, an installed cable clamp/tie will withstand prior to failure.

Cable Ties

Electrical Cable Ties & Fasteners

Harsh & Hazardous Areas – BAND-IT cable ties are resistant to chemicals and salt spay for onshore and offshore cable bundling without risk of product failure.

➡ Should you require customer service or technical support please contact us – view the full range of BAND-IT Cable Ties below.

Band-It Cable Ties

Stainless Steel Ties

  • BAND-IT Ultra Lok Cable Ties AU Range – Max Dia 266mm | 400lbs Loop Tensile Strength
  • BAND-IT Ball Lok Cable Ties KE Range – Max Dia 305mm | 300lbs Loop Tensile Strength
  • BAND-IT Multi Lok Cable Ties AE Range – Max Dia 610mm | 400lbs Loop Tensile Strength
  • BAND-IT Reusable Cable Ties AE Range – Max Dia 280mm | 500lbs Looop Tensile Strength
  • BAND-IT Tie Lok Cable Ties AS Range – Max Dia 254mm | 350lbs Loop Tensile Strength

BAND-IT Cable Ties

➡ This table shows the general specification and construction data for the BAND-IT range of cable ties manufactured from stainless steel:

Stainless Steel Cable Ties Selection Guide
Material Tie-Lok

201SS

304SS
316SS
Ultra-Lok

201SS
Ball-Lok

304SS

316SS
Multi-Lok

304SS

316SS
BAND-IT Ties

316SS
Self-Lok

304SS

316SS
Band-Lok

201SS
Tie-Dex

304SS
Coating No No Nylon 11 Nylon 11 Nylon 11 PAA No No No
Releasable No No No No Yes No No No
Tool Required Yes Yes No No No No Yes Yes
Hand Tool A910/A920 A940 K502 M503 AE201 K502 A950 A401/A301
Self-Locking No No Yes Yes No Yes No No

 

Type of Stainless SteelCable Ties Offshore Marine DNV Cables

Type 201 Stainless Steel (EN 1.4372)
Type 201 is an austenitic chromium-nickel-manganese steel with excellent tensile properties offering good resistance to oxidation and many mild to moderate corrosive agents. Type 201 is used where greatest strength is required and is the BAND-IT material most commonly used stainless steel for the manufacture of cable ties, banding and strapping systems.

Type 304 Stainless Steel (EN 1.4301)
Type 304 is an all purpose austenitic, low carbon 18-8 chromium-nickel stainless steel with good corrosion resistance and weldability. Type 304 is the most widely used stainless steel and is found in chemical and food processing equipment, hospital and paper mill equipment, heat exchangers.

Type 316 Stainless Steel (EN 1.4401)
Type 316 is an austenitic chromium-nickel stainless and heat resisting steel with superior corrosion resistance – extensively used in offshore and marine atmospheres and environments where it is subjected to various chemicals, salts, acids and high temperatures. Type 316 has superior creep strengths at elevated temperatures.

Austenitic Stainless Steel
Austenitic stainless steels are chromium-nickel-iron (series 300) or chromium nickel-manganese-iron (series 200) alloys. Austenitic stainless steels are non-magnetic in the annealed condition but, depending on the composition (mainly the nickel and manganese content), they become slightly magnetic when cold worked. Austenitic stainless steel cannot be hardened by heat treating but only by cold working. They are the most popular grades of stainless steel due to their excellent formability and corrosion resistance.

Nylon 11 – Non-toxic polymer cable tie coating resistant to stress cracking, abrasion, impact, salt spray and
typical airborne pollutants. When subjected to fire, this cable tie coating is halogen-free and produces low amounts
of smoke.

Polyester – A high performance black polyester, non-toxic polymer coating for rolled band resistant to
stress cracking, abrasion, impact, salt spray and typical airborne pollutants. When subjected to fire, this
cable banding coating is halogen free and produces low amounts of smoke.

PPA 571 – A non-toxic polymer coating for rolled band resistant to stress cracking, abrasion, impact, salt
spray and typical airborne pollutants. When subjected to fire, this cable banding coating is halogen free and produces low
amounts of smoke.