SG350LH-TL30

Cable Ties

Super-Grip® Cable Ties are designed with high strength and flexibility to tightly grip bundles and resist lateral movement despite the rough conditions of MRO and construction environments. Plus, with heat stabilized Nylon 6.6 material, it's ideal for temperatures up to 239 degrees. Light-heavy cross section, 15.3in, Tensile Strength: 334, black, 250pc.

Specifications

Material

Nylon 6.6

Color

Black

Overall Length (In.)

15.3

Overall Length (mm)

389

Minimum Loop Tensile Strength (N)

534

Minimum Loop Tensile Strength (lb)

120

Environment

Outdoor

Overall Width (In.)

0.33

Overall Width (mm)

8.4

Minimum Installation Temperature (°C)

70

Minimum Installation Temperature (°F)

-40

Maximum Installation Temperature (°C)

70

Maximum Installation Temperature (°F)

158

Minimum Operating Temperature (°C)

-60

Minimum Operating Temperature (°F)

-76

Maximum Operating Temperature (°C)

115

Maximum Operating Temperature (°F)

239

Application

High Temperature

BMEcat - Cross section (mm²)

Light-Heavy

Length (In.)

15.30

Locking Style

Locking

Continuous Use Temperature Range

-76°F (-60°C) - 239°F (115°C)

Material Flammability Rating

UL 94V-2

Plenum-Rated

No

Thickness In (mm)

0.064 (1.6)

CE Compliant

Yes

CSA Certified

No

UL Listed (File #E56854)

No

UL Recognized (File #E56854)

No

Maximum Bundle Diameter (In.)

4.13

Part Features

High grip strength, Thin, wide strap body, Distinctive flared neck, Strong wedge and hinge, Tapered tip, Agressive tip grips

RoHS Compliancy Status

Compliant

Min. Order Qty.

250

Packaging Details

UPC

07498344013

Std. Pkg. Qty.

250

Std. Pkg. Volume (cf)

0.2164

Std. Ctn. Qty.

2500

Std. Ctn. Volume (cf)

2.1638

Resources

Selection Guides

Cable Ties Product Selection Guide: CTSG05-SA-ENG

US English

Catalog Cut Sheets

SG100M-C0 Product Page

US English

Part Drawings

Super-Grip Locking Cable Tie, SS-27441 (Pg 3) (R1)

US English

Product Bulletins

Super-Grip Cable Ties and Cable Tie Mounts

US English

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