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Round cable holder

Round cable holder

€0.17 +VAT
PLN 0.78
  • Gross weight kg: 0 kg
  • Line: HOLDERS
  • EAN: 5907559827889
  • Manufacturer: Ospel
  • Manufacturer Code: TRZ-O/3/25 WG
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DUX Albertowski Piotr
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Round cable holder

Round cable holder

€0.19 +VAT
PLN 0.88
  • Gross weight kg: 0 kg
  • Line: HOLDERS
  • EAN: 5907559827964
  • Manufacturer: Ospel
  • Manufacturer Code: TRZ-O/8/25 WG
Supplier:
DU
DUX Albertowski Piotr
verified supplier
Response time: usually up to 3 days
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Cable Grips

Cable clips are one of the types of fixings used in electrical engineering to hold cables in a specific location - both in a flush-mounted installation and in tray and ladder systems, as well as in electrical cabinets, control panels and rack cabinets. The clips prevent the uncontrolled movement of cables routed in cable tray systems and cabinets, and in the case of laying cables directly on walls, they enable their easy and aesthetic installation.

Cable & wire organization

Cable and wire fixing systems include a wide range of products. Metal cable holders are used mainly for large cross-sections, while small plastic elements of various shapes and manner of attachment to the substrate are used mainly for laying cables in flush mounted installations. The exception here are cable ties, or triptychs. This type of clips is very universal - they can be used to organize the wiring both in the traditional method, under the plaster, as well as in cable trays, PVC ducts, on ladders and in installation pipes, if necessary. They are also often used to organize cables in electrical switchboards, control cabinets and RACK. They are also widely used outside electrical installations.

Plastic cable clamps

The most commonly used mounts for flush mounted installations are

  • strip clamps with bases - classic "triptychs" which can be fastened to the substrate by means of bases. A band is pulled through the fixed base, and then a cable is put into it, on which free ends can be clamped,

  • strap clamps - are a combination of cable ties and bases. The base is mounted to the ground, and the previously opened band is clamped on the previously placed cable on the base,

  • Cable clamps with a dowel and bolt - strip clamps, one end of which is integrated with a dowel, and the other end of which is held by a bolt. The stud with an unfastened holder is placed in the hole in the base, then the cable is fastened by wrapping the strap around it and attaching the strap to the stud with a screw, which is put through the hole in the strap and tightened to the stud,

  • dowel clamps - are a combination of zip ties and dowels,

  • quick clamps - ready-made clamps with different sizes of cable fixings connected with a dowel. They are placed directly into the hole in the ground. Quick fasteners are divided into

    • hook clamps - the cable fixing has the shape of a hook, it is placed in the hole in the ground and then the cable is hung on the hooks,

    • flat - designed for flat cables,

    • round - designed for round cables.

  • nail grips - of various shapes, fixed to the ground with a nail, usually hardened,

  • flop clamps - with a nail (often hardened), their characteristic feature is that, although they are open, they form a closed loop with the surface to which they are attached, preventing the cable from accidentally falling out,

  • closed clamps - snap fasteners, sometimes with the possibility of adjusting the size of the cable eyelet,

  • collective clamps - used for holding a number of cables laid next to each other.

Metal cable clamps

Metal cable clamps are usually made from stainless steel or galvanised steel. They offer higher mechanical strength and temperature resistance than plastic clamps. They are also larger and more rigid and therefore have the ability to hold large cross-section cables and wires in place.

They are usually manufactured in the form of a metal strip bent to the size allowing for the application of a cable with a specific cross section. Most often they are mounted to the ground, or more often to a ladder or a trough by means of screws, creating a stable and durable fastening. An interesting solution designed for data communications are ZPAS clamps, made of galvanized steel of different sizes and with the location of fixings on the side of the loop, and at the bottom transversely and longitudinally. This allows many applications of the holder (directly on the cable guides in the rack, in organizers, brackets or troughs). The loop is constructed of a single wire with overlapping ends, allowing the cable to be inserted and at the same time preventing it from accidentally falling out.