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Cable tie wall plug TB

Cable tie wall plug to easy fasten pipes and cables

Description

The cable tie wall plug TB is used to secure cable ties to various base materials such as concrete, hollow brick or dense natural stone.

These cable tie wall plugs designed by CELO are made of technical nylon providing strong pull-out values and easy usage.

Available in black and grey colours they can be used to fasten primarily electrical cables or pipes with cable ties with a wide up to 9 mm.

These cable tie wall plugs, also known as cable tie masonry mounts or knock in wall plugs are characterized by its design which provides an easy fastening with ties requiring only a predrilling. Its self-centering rings ensure a straight and easy insertion in the hole while its fins on the head adapt to cables and pipes optimally for better fixing.

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For fixing of cables and conduits

Need a previous drill hole diameter Ø8

Colour: black

Insulating material

Halogen free

Special self-centering ring for an easier insertion in the hole

Wings on the head for better pipe fixing

Embedment length 25 mm

Temperature resistance once installed from -10 °C to +90 °C

Further specifications

  • Electric cables
  • Flexible and rigid plastic insulating pipes
  • Steel conduits
  • Cables
  • Coarrugated pipe
  • Industrial HVAC
  • Buried pipes

Areas of application

  • Concrete
  • Hollow brick
  • Solid sand-lime brick
  • Natural stone with dense structure
  • Solid brick

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