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How tight should a cable tie be? Finger tight.

A bad example, notice the cables being deformed. Most consultants will refuse to sign off on a cable system if they see this, even if the test results show a pass.


You do not need to pull hard on the cable tie to secure the cable. Here is a good example where the cables are not deformed:

There is a move in the industry to use Velcro wraps. They do not apply as much pressure to the cable sheath. An interesting alternative is the Mille-Tie, shown below:

The plastic has a certain amount of elasticity. The cool thing* is that you pull the Mille-Tie tight, cut off the excess and use the excess to tie the next bundle reducing wastage. It also avoids the need to clear cut offs from the floor.

*This is not an endorsement for the Mille-Tie

Autor: A.Young

Data de criação: 28-1-2014

Última alteração: 28-1-2014

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