Hellermann Tyton North America
Twist-In Rodent-Repellent Wrap is a self-closing fiberglass sleeving used to bundle cables and hoses and protect against rodents in infestation-prone areas such as automotive, railways, telecom, underground and waste treatment systems.

Braided Sleeving, Twist-In Rodent-Repellant Wrap, 13mm Dia. FG/PET, White, 164 ft/rl


170-01161
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    Features & Benefits

    Self-wrapping woven sleeving made of fiberglass and PET polyester protects against chewing damage.
    Provides good protection against abrasion, UV and weathering, vibration and impact.
    Quick and easy installation and removal, ideal for retrofitting.
    Lightweight material won’t add significant weight to the installation.
    Resists acids, solvents and micro-organisms for extended performance in industrial environments.

    Certifications & Approvals

    • Rohs Certified
    170-01161
    Twist-In-RR-13
    Black (BK) White (WH)
    reel
    Twist-In Rodent-Repellent Wrap is a self-closing fiberglass sleeving used to bundle cables and hoses and protect against rodents in infestation-prone areas such as automotive, railways, telecom, underground and waste treatment systems.
    Braided Sleeving, Twist-In Rodent-Repellant Wrap, 13mm Dia. FG/PET, White, 164 ft/rl
    Twist-In-RR-13-PET/GF-BK/WH
    0.39
    10
    0.51
    13
    0.5
    12.7
    0.8


    164.0
    50
    7019901100
    Polyester (PET) Glass Fiber (GF)
    GF PET
    FMVSS 302
    Yes
    Yes
    -94°F to +257°F (-70°C to +125°C)
    Yes
    Yes
    EN [45545-2]

    About HellermannTyton

    HellermannTyton is a global manufacturer of cable management and identification solutions for automotive, solar, electrical, construction, industrial automation, broadband and other OEM markets. The company's integrated approach to product design, sustainability, production, quality assurance and delivery is optimized to benefit local and global customers. HellermannTyton operates in 39 countries, with North American headquarters in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. (www.hellermann.tyton.com).