Hellermann Tyton North America
The Grip Tie is a low-profile, one-piece fastening device. Constructed of a hook and loop design, laminated back to back, the Grip Tie features quick release for repetitive access to cable and wire. Reusable, adjustable, releasable, and easy to install, it can be successfully opened and closed numerous times. Grip Ties are available in a variety of colors and are versatile enough for applications ranging from network installations to bundling power cords.

Grip Tie Strap, 6.0" x .5", PA6/PP, Black, 100/pkg


GT.50X60C2
854-44336
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    Features & Benefits

    Features quick release for repetitive access to cable and wire.
    Can be opened and closed numerous times without failure.
    Adjustable so one size can accommodate multiple bundle sizes.

    854-44336
    GT.50X6
    Black (BK)
    bag
    The Grip Tie is a low-profile, one-piece fastening device. Constructed of a hook and loop design, laminated back to back, the Grip Tie features quick release for repetitive access to cable and wire. Reusable, adjustable, releasable, and easy to install, it can be successfully opened and closed numerous times. Grip Ties are available in a variety of colors and are versatile enough for applications ranging from network installations to bundling power cords.
    Grip Tie Strap, 6.0" x .5", PA6/PP, Black, 100/pkg
    GT.50X6
    40
    177.93
    6.0
    152.4
    0.5
    12.7
    1.0
    25.4


    100
    100
    3926909988
    Polyethylene (PE) Polyamide 6 (PA6)
    PA6 PE
    No
    No
    Yes
    Yes

    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).