Aerial Support Ties

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Designed to Separate


HellermannTyton one-piece Aerial Support Ties deliver superior, long-term strength, in parallel-routing applications where wind, prolonged UV exposure and extreme temperature punish fasteners, this is the one that sets the standard.

The Aerial Support Tie separates two bundles in parallel routing applications, such as fiber and coax cables running beneath messenger wires. The all-in-one design means no wasted time doing pre-assembly and no chance of losing parts during installation. These ties can be attached without tools, which helps installers work faster.

Features and Benefits

  • UV resistant, heat stabilized and impact-resistant nylon material delivers excellent performance outdoors.
  • 15+ year life expectancy for long-term reliability, less frequent servicing*
  • One-piece design reduces installation time.
  • Plastic offers robust performance and costs less than steel fasteners.

* Data for 15-year life expectancy was collected in an accelerated test environment. HellermannTyton makes no guarantee of results and assumes no obligation or liability in connection with this information.

Applications


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Attaching the Internet

The standard installation of fiber and coax cables for telecom and internet connectivity throughout municipalities is to co-locate them with existing power poles.

Aerial Support Ties are designed to hold these cables to the messenger wires keeping the needed separation to avoid damage. The Aerial Support Tie is used throughout the aerial network to secure the cable between the messenger wire tie-off points and guide the cable passed the pole, providing both a secure hold and the needed separation from the messenger. For cables extending to the home or business, the TAS tie is ideal for securing the final drop cable from the pole to the building.

Instructions

TAS Instruction step 1

Wrap strap around the cable, with the strap serrations on the outside (1a) and insert strap upward through slot marked "Loop1" (1b). Pull strap around cable.

TAS Instruction step 2

Loop strap aerial support wire (2a) and downward through slot marked "Loop2" (2b). Pull strap and tighten around aerial support wire.

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