Cable Management and Identification Solutions

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Routing and Protection Spiralwrap Spiralwrap Spiralwrap Spiralwrap protective sheathing allows flexible routing and lead-out of cables. The inner edges are beveled to prevent damage to cables. U.L. Recognized Spiralwrap is reusable and resistant to most chemicals. Natural and black are standard colors (see material descriptions). Colors may be available dependent upon volume requirements. Contact HellermannTyton for more information. Application Control Cabinet Doors: Protects cable from friction when one end of the cable is fastened within the panel and the other is fastened to the panel door. Allows flexibility and prevents wire chafing when door is opened and closed. Robotics: Protects hoses and wires during movement. Pneumatic Hoses: Protects hoses from abrasion while on semi-trucks and other vehicles. Spark Plug Wires: Lengthens the life of spark plug wires by reducing abrasion to wire insulation. Installation Spiralwrap can be installed in two basic ways: Polyethylene (PE) Size In a butted installation, Spiralwrap is wrapped so the sheathing completely insulates the wire bundle. This provides superior abrasion resistance and additional rigidity. 1/8″ 1/4″ Brown (1) In a gapped installation, Spiralwrap is wrapped with space between the sheathing. This accommodates wire breakouts and also keeps the wire bundle flexible. Color X 3/8″ X 1/2″ 3/4″ 1″ X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Red (2) X X Orange (3) X X Yellow (4) X X X Green (5) X X X Blue (6) X X X Purple (7) X X Gray (8) White (10) X X Pink (15) DG Orange (DG3) X X X X DG Yellow (DG4) X X DG Green (DG5) Glow in the Dark (DG9) DG Pink (DG15) X X X All size/color combinations denoted with an "X" in the table above are available upon request. Contact HellermannTyton for pricing, part numbers, minimum order quantities and lead times. Additional size/color combinations may be available upon request. Contact your local HellermannTyton representative for pricing and minimums. 137 F o r p ro d u c t info r mat i o n v is i t o r w w w. h e l l e r m a n n .t y t o n . c o m o r c a ll 8 0 0 - 5 3 7-1512

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