星期五, 7月 30, 2021
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Heilind Electronics now offers HellermannTyton In-Line Ratchet P-Clamps for solar providers

Heilind Electronics, a premier distributor of electronic components worldwide and an authorized distributor for HellermannTyton, has introduced the in-line Ratchet P-Clamp to its portfolio of cable management products. Engineered for heavy-duty applications, it creatively solves wire bundling challenges in OEM, automotive and solar installations.

The HellermannTyton Ratchet P-Clamp features an adjustable ratchet clamp mechanism and is offered in five sizes with multiple mounting options. The innovative design helps to reduce parts and inventory costs while saving the time required for wire harness and cable installation and maintenance.

The construction of the Ratchet P-Clamp opens the way to a more efficient division of pre- and final assembly. Simply position and fix the opened Ratchet P-Clamp first, then fasten the bundle — or conversely, apply the clamp to the bundle first, then fasten it to the mounting point. The adjustable clamp is easy to close by hand to the precise diameter required. There is no slack and the rifling on the inside of the clamp automatically centers the bundle and minimizes the risk of pinching.

The robust Ratchet P-Clamp can be used at operating temperatures between -40℃ and 125℃ (up to 150℃ for 240 hours). The polyamide 6.6 plastic used is high impact-modified, as well as heat- and UV-stabilized. The zinc-plated stainless steel mounting plate is suitable for high torque.

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