Plastic cable clamps

The use of plastic clamps in everyday life

Clamps for cable polyamide 12

Cable clamps are made of thermoplastic polyamide 12 and are designed for binding cable bundles of various sections (for cable ties). They have a lock-clasp.

They are used when tying cables and wires for subsequent laying in corrugated or rigid smooth pipes, cable channels and ducts or on trays. Clamps made of polyamide 12 are highly resistant to oils and their derivatives.

Installation temperature : from 0 ° C to + 60 ° C
Operating temperature:  from -40 ° C to + 85 ° C
They have increased dielectric strength.
They are available in various lengths and widths (depending on the cable bundle). Meet the requirements of safety standards.

Code Maximum
working
load, kg
Width (W), mm Length (L), mm D * Quantity, pcs.
packaged
45820 55 7.6 200 3-50 100
45830 55 7.6 300 4-82 100
45835 55 7.6 350 4-90 100
45840 55 7.6 400 4-105 100
45845 55 7.6 450 4-118 100
45850 55 7.6 500 4-150 100
45865 55 7.6 650 8-190 100
* D - diameter of the bunch of cables (minimum / maximum)

Nylon / polyamide cable clamps

Cable clamps are made of nylon / polyamide (thermoplastic material) and are intended for binding (tie) cable bundles of various sections. They have a lock-clasp.

They are used when tying cables and wires for subsequent laying in corrugated or rigid smooth pipes, cable channels and ducts or on trays. They are highly resistant to oils and their derivatives.

Installation temperature : from 0 ° C to + 60 ° C
Operating temperature:  from -40 ° C to + 85 ° C
They have different lengths and widths (depending on the cable bundle) and are an integral part of any electrical wiring.

Code Maximum
working
load, kg
Width
(W), mm
Length
(L), mm
D * Qty in a
package
45080 eight 2.5 80 2-16 100
45100 eight 2.5 100 2-22 100
45150 eight 2.5 150 2-35 100
45160 eight 2.5 160 2-40 100
45200 eight 2.5 200 3-50 100
45151 eighteen 3.5 150 3-35 100
45201 eighteen 3.5 200 3-50 100
45250 eighteen 3.5 250 3-65 100
45300 eighteen 3.5 300 3-80 100
45202 22 4.8 200 3-50 100
45252 22 4.8 250 3-65 100
45282 22 4.8 280 3-70 100
45302 22 4.8 300 3-82 100
45350 22 4.8 350 3-90 100
45400 22 4.8 400 3-105 100
45430 22 4.8 430 3-110 100
45451 22 4.8 450 3-130 100
45501 22 4.8 500 3-150 100
45183 55 7.6 180 3-42 100
45203 55 7.6 200 3-50 100
45253 55 7.6 250 4-63 100
45303 55 7.6 300 4-82 100
45355 55 7.6 350 4-90 100
45405 55 7.6 400 4-105 100
45540 80 7.6 540 4-150 100
45550 80 9.0 550 8-160 100
45650 80 9.0 650 8-190 100
45750 80 9.0 750 10-225 100
45900 80 9.0 900 10-295 100
45999 80 9.0 1020 10-295 100
45701 91 10.0 700 10-125 100
* D - diameter of the bunch of cables (minimum / maximum)

Cable clamps (black)

Cable clamps are made of nylon / polyamide (thermoplastic material) and are intended for binding (tie) cable bundles of various sections. They have a lock-clasp.

They are used when tying cables and wires for subsequent laying in corrugated or rigid smooth pipes, cable channels and ducts or on trays. They are highly resistant to oils and their derivatives.

Installation temperature : from 0 ° C to + 60 ° C
Operating temperature:  from -40 ° C to + 85 ° C
They have different lengths and widths (depending on the cable bundle) and are an integral part of any electrical wiring.

Code Maximum
working load, kg
Width (W), mm Length (L), mm D * Quantity, pcs.
packaged
45100 BL eight 2.5 100 2-22 100
45150 BL eight 2.5 150 2-35 100
45200 BL eight 2.5 200 3-50 100
45201 BL eighteen 3.5 200 3-50 100
45250 BL eighteen 3.5 250 3-65 100
45300 BL eighteen 3.5 300 3-80 100
45302 BL 22 4.8 300 3-82 100
45350 BL 22 4.8 350 3-90 100
45400 BL 22 4.8 400 3-105 100
45403 BL 55 7.9 400   100
45455 BL 55 7.6 450 4-118 100
* D - diameter of the bunch of cables (minimum / maximum)

Cable clamps with mounting hole

Cable clamps are made of nylon / polyamide (thermoplastic material) and are intended for binding cable bundles of various cross-sections (for cable ties). They have a lock-clasp.

They are used both for bundling cables and for direct fastening of cables, wires, as well as flexible and rigid pipes to the bearing surface. They are highly resistant to oils and their derivatives.

Operating temperature of installation and operation:  -40 ° C to + 80 ° C.

They are available in various lengths and widths (depending on the application) and are an integral part of any electrical wiring.

Code Maximum
working
load, kg
Width (W), mm Length (L), mm Diameter (D) mm Quantity, pcs.
packaged
45109 eighteen 3.5 110 22 100
45159 eighteen 3.6 150 32 100
45209 eighteen 4.3 220 42 100
45109BL eighteen 3.5 110 22 100
45159BL eighteen 3.6 150 32 100
45209BL 19 4.3 220 42 100

Determination of
Minimum Tensile Strength The minimum tensile strength of a cable tie is a critical selection criterion for a cable tie. It expresses the load on the screed - i.e. how much cable ties can carry the load.
Test procedure for determining minimum tensile tensile strength:

A  - screed mounted on the sliding tubular mandrel and tightened circumferentially
B  - A sliding mandrel is expanded vertically with a certain fixed rate
in  - Locked load at which the tie is broken. This value is indicated in N (Newtons) and is written into the test program on the built-in computer. Likewise, the recalculation of the load mass (kg) is recorded and the test graph is displayed.

Method for calculating the minimum values ​​of tensile strength

What does the minimum breaking stress with a force of 225N (Newton) mean for Russia, the CIS and the EU, or is it 50 (LBS) pounds for the USA and England?

To explain what this value means, the mass is calculated as follows. By definition, mass is expressed in kg. Accordingly, the load is calculated as follows:  H = (kg * m / s 2 )

Then the formula for calculating the mass is as follows:

Mass (kg) = minimum force stress / gravitational acceleration M = N / g Gravity acceleration = 9.81 m / s 2 Therefore: Mass = minimum force stress / (kg * m / s 2 ) / 9.81 (m / s 2 ) 




For example, with a minimum force of 225N (= 50LBS / lb) mass = Mass = 225 (kg * m / s 2 ) / 9.81 (m / s 2 ) or Mass = 225 / 9.91 kg = 22.9 kg Thus, a screed with parameters (ARTICLE EKOPLAST) with a width of 4.8 mm corresponds to a minimum breaking force of 225N and can be loaded by 22.9 kg, in fact this load is passed by a series of ties (cable clamps) EKOPLAST 3.5 mm wide (see ARTICLES EKOPLAST), respectively, we can perform the reverse payment. The calculation with the required load for the minimum breaking force is calculated through the mass: Minimum breaking force = Mass * 9.81 (m / s 2 ) If the tie is loaded, for example, with a mass = 11 kg, then the minimum breaking force = 11 kg * 9.81 (m / s 2 






) = 108 N, which corresponds to a series of ties (cable clamps) EKOPLAST with a width of 2.5 mm.
Thus, with a load of 11 kg, the tie (cable clamp) must have a minimum breaking force of 108 N.

And with a load of 53 kg, the minimum breaking force will be 520N according to the above formula. This value corresponds to a series of EKOPLAST screeds with a width of 7.6 mm